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Veterans and their families are invited to the eighth annual Veterans Day Celebration on Thursday from 9 to 11 a.m. at Paseo Hills Elementary School, 3302 W...The event will include performances by the Paseo Hills band and choirs. Veterans from the
The Arizona Republic A capital-override election may loom for voters in the Deer Valley Unified School District next fall. The district's seven-year, $52.5 million capital override is set to expire after next school year. If not renewed, it would
The Arizona Republic The district is asking for gift-card donations, preferably to Walmart, in $25 increments as part of the Deer Valley Head Start program to provide holiday gifts and meals to less-fortunate children who live in the district.
The Arizona Republic A referee claims Deer Valley High School's athletic director slapped him and made an offensive comment last week after the school's varsity football team lost a tense game by one point, according to a Glendale police report.
The Arizona Republic Three Deer Valley teachers have been nominated for Teacher of the Year awards by the Arizona Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance: William Shane Hesse, Deer Valley Middle School, won the 2011 Middle
The Arizona Republic Dusting itself off from last year's failed superintendent search, the Deer Valley Unified School District has revived the process to find a worthy candidate. The school board opted to go with a new search firm, the Cascade
The Arizona Republic There were quite a few more birdies flying around the Northwest Valley this fall. Prompted by law and fueled by eager participants, badminton in Glendale gained tremendous steam in 2011. To meet Title IX requirements, the Deer
The Arizona Republic Despite its efforts to boost enrollment, the Paradise Valley Unified School District gained two students over last year based on the 40-day enrollment count. Enrollment in the K-12 district in northeast Phoenix and north
The Arizona Republic Park Meadow Elementary School in the Deer Valley Unified School District received the second highest label of "highly performing" under the state's outgoing rating system, but moved into a top tier "A" under the new system.
The Arizona Republic Minutes before the first bell at 7:40 a.m. Monday, Jacob Moss anxiously scoured the hallways at Mountain Ridge High School for his honors Algebra I classroom. The 14-year-old was one of nearly 3,000 freshmen experiencing their