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Her desire for the positive future for Arizona a driving force, Governor Brewer announced the endorsement of Jo Grant in the House of Representatives race for District 11.
Marana Unified School District Superintendent Doug Wilson will now serve as president of the Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) Executive Board. He had previously served as vice president and is serving his third year on the board.
During its regularly scheduled meeting on Thursday, April 24, the Marana Unified School District Governing Board voted 3-0 to hire Rex Scott as principal at Tortolita Middle School. Maribel Lopez and Suzanne Hopkins were not in attendance.
Marana High School, in the Marana Unified School District, announces the selection of Kevin Corner as head basketball coach.
While Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer’s recently passed budget will have little effect on the town governments in Marana and Oro Valley, the local school districts are anticipating at least some impact.
As the deadline passed for the nation’s across-the-board budget cuts known as sequestration, the failure of Democrats and Republicans to strike a deal before March 1 now means $85 billion will be reduced from government programs and federal agencies over the next 10 months, the consequences of which could also be felt locally, though likely not immediately.
Former Amphitheater School District Governing Board Member Jeff Grant died Sunday after a long battle with cancer.
Amphitheater Governing Board Member Jeff Grant resigned.
The ballots for the November election have hit voters’ mailboxes, so it’s endorsement time. I don’t have enough space to cover the entire ballot in any detail, so I’m focusing on one race -- Pima County Supervisor, District One -- and one initiative -- Prop 204. Then I’ll do a quick run through other candidates on the ballot.
In Regards to Al Melvin’s tirade on Democrats
After running unopposed in the primary election, Democrat Nancy Young Wright will look to defeat Republican candidate Ally Miller in the General Election for a seat for Pima County Board of Supervisors, District 1.
With Chicago teachers officially going on strike after this week, the nation and media are now looking at the necessity of having teachers in position, but also the lack of pay and how they should be evaluated. As a CNN columnist wrote this week, American historian and journalist Henry Brooks Adams once said, “A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.”
Name: Nancy Young Wright
As the 2012-2013 school year is soon to kick off, a total of six seats from the Amphitheater and Marana School Districts’ governing boards will be up for grabs come the November General Election.
A different view on the ACA
Five candidates are competing to become the supervisor for District 1 in Pima County after current supervisor Ann Day steps down later this year.
The Amphitheater School District named Patrick Nelson as its new superintendent on April 24, following a rigorous interview process that began with 23 applicants. Nelson, who has served as the district’s associate superintendent since 2002, received a unanimous vote by the Amphitheater Governing Board.
Nancy Young Wright is running for the Pima County Board of Supervisors, District 1 in November.
On April 24, the Amphitheater School District Governing Board appointed Patrick Nelson to be the next superintendent.
Thursday, April 19
The Amphitheater School District has selected three finalists to interview for the position of Superintendent for the Northwest Tucson School District. With the finalists in place, the Governing Board is providing an opportunity for the public to meet the candidates on April 12.
Monday, April 9
Thursday, March 22
Thursday, March 8