Outstanding Students & Educators salute celebrates bright horizons[Read more…]
The heavens were smiling down on Scottsdale Ranch’s Laguna Elementary School on April 18, when almost 150 neighbors, Scottsdale Unified School District administrators, teachers, students, community leaders, neighbors, friends and family gathered to dedicate a tree in honor of Bill and Jean Mack. [Read more…]
For nearly 60 years the Scottsdale Charros have been instrumental supporters of public education and all things Scottsdale.
And, for more than 30 years The Charro Foundation has supported specifically the men and women of the Scottsdale Unified School District.
The Scottsdale Charros present the 33rd Annual Outstanding Students & Educators Awards Banquet 6 p.m. Friday, April 26 at the The Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch, 7700 E. McCormick Parkway. [Read more…]
With a dog whose name is “Snickers,” Maya Medrano aspires to be a culinary connoisseur who wants to educate people on eating healthy.
The 17-year-old Coronado High School senior is the recipient of a $5,000 scholarship to Scottsdale Community College. She was recently granted the two-year award from the Scottsdale Charros. [Read more…]
The Scottsdale Charros were honored at the Scottsdale Unified School District last month for their 2017-18 financial contributions to the local education system. [Read more…]
Through hard work and dedication, Scottsdale Unified School District student Lilly Tritch has earned an opportunity to fulfill her dreams of becoming a teacher. [Read more…]
While many her age had an idea of what they wanted do for the rest of their life, then-seventh grader Ashley Zubiate did not.
That all changed once Zubiate joined a program at her middle school called AVID and since that point, the Arcadia High School senior has had her sights set on working in education.
Access to a quality public education is a hallmark of the ideals making the United States of America the greatest nation to ever grace the world’s stage. [Read more…]
The school year is nearing its halfway point and Coronado High School’s students and faculty members appear to be adjusting to the number of changes that have come with the Coronado Success Initiative. [Read more…]