Lost in the political whirlwind that was last week’s Pima County Board of Supervisors’ meeting was something akin to the Hail Mary pass.
For eighth-grader Abigail Austin, P.E. class doesn’t involve running around in a school field with a throng of other students her age.
Tough political criticism on how the county has managed — or mismanaged — funds for road repairs may have backfired on Supervisor Ally Miller.
More than 10,000 people are expected at the 15th anniversary of the Vail School District’s Vail Pride Day.
For years, local school districts have made no secret of their efforts to lure students away from Tucson’s largest district. Now, it’s the Tucson Unified School District’s turn.
The Vail School District has confirmed another case of whooping cough, this time at one of the district’s smaller charter schools.
The Vail School District is hosting a community wellness fair and Color Me Healthy 5K run Saturday.
The Vail School District has confirmed four cases of whooping cough since the beginning of September, officials said.
The Vail School District will partner with the Vail Community Action Board and the United Way to host a food drive during October.
College prep program seeking applicants
A shortage of Vail School District bus drivers and construction on Houghton Road are causing many of the district’s students to be late for school.
U.S. Rep. Ron Barber will visit the Vail School District Tuesday to honor the district for its academic achievement.
Kevin Abbott-Spitzer greets students as they file in for seventh-grade social studies at Rincon Vista Middle School in the Vail School District, which wants to convert Rincon Vista and two other schools into charters. Vail converted two schools earlier.
Stephanie Abeyta works with her seventh-grade language arts students during the first session of the day at Rincon Vista Middle School.
Arizona has seen an unprecedented surge in school districts wanting to convert some of their schools to charters, raising concerns over whether districts are unfairly using the law just to generate more money.
Sasha Glassman selects art for the book from entries in a contest run by the Phoenix Public Library.
All kindergartners in the Tucson Unified and Vail school districts should be taking home a free, new book that they can keep.
Eight Pima County JTED students won scholarships at the Careers Through Culinary Arts Program final competition.
A proposed change in state school funding that would give extra money to high-achieving and improving school districts has caused a rift between school officials in poor and middle-class districts.