A Mountain View High School teacher has been selected to participate in the national Teacher Leadership Initiative.
Marana High School’s Special Olympics basketball team faced an unlikely opponent — a squad of officers from the town’s Police Department — in preparation for an upcoming basketball competition.
Students, teacher honored by the state
Two Tucson teens have been awarded $1,000 each for college.
Mountain View High School junior Angie Jones is an all-around athlete. She works every day on her basketball, tennis, bowling, track and field and golf skills, and also dabbles in table tennis and soccer.
The girls swim coach at Mountain View High School was fired Friday.
With $2 million in bond funding, two Marana Unified School District high schools are revamping their football fields with synthetic grass.
Mountain View's Corbin Gouby plays tight end and linebacker, where he was a first-team All-Southern Arizona player last year as a junior with 80 tackles.
Over the next three days we will feature our picks of Southern Arizona's top preseason high school football players.
Because schools are now in session, the Oro Valley Police Department is advising drivers to be extra cautious when driving in populated areas and school zones.
Explorer academy graduates 43 teens
A woman who died after being struck by an SUV as she and family members left a graduation ceremony at Mountain View High School Thursday night has been identified.
From front, flutists Hillary Rizzi, Angel Aguayo and Karli Wilson practice a piece as Todd Ponder directs.
Todd Ponder, left, leads the newly formed Marana Winds in a rehearsal, their sixth since getting together as a group. The new orchestra taps the musical skills of Marana district employees and students, and the group is preparing for its first concert this coming Monday at Mountain View High…
As musician-turned-Tortolita Middle School associate principal Todd Ponder dedicated his life to professional matters. He felt he was neglecting his musical side.
Tucson's Quinton Anzalone, left, and Mountain View's Justice Summerset have both jumped 6 feet 8 inches.
When it comes to the boys high jump in Tucson, there is Quinton Anzalone and Justice Summerset - and then there is everyone else.
Mountain View High School pitcher Josh McKinney grimaces as he is gently guided through a rehab exercise with athletic trainer Leah Oliver. Oliver was recently inducted into the state trainer's hall of fame.
Leah Oliver, right, and Lauryn Manning, student athletic trainer, wrap the shoulder of pitcher Josh McKinney with ice as Oliver's daughter Shea Oliver, left, watches.
Left: Leah Oliver fills out paperwork for a student athlete in the school training room.