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Wells Fargo honors Arizona Teacher of the Year

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Wells Fargo is honoring Arizona’s Teacher of the Year on its ATMs across the state. For the month of August, most of Wells Fargo’s 557 ATMs in Arizona will feature a screen congratulating 2016 Teacher of the Year Christine Porter Marsh. Wells Fargo’s ATM customers will see a picture of Marsh and some details about… Read More →

Scottsdale Charros appoints new executive director

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The Scottsdale Charros appointed Scottsdale native and lifelong resident Dennis Robbins as its new executive director. “I am very excited to be leading the Scottsdale Charros in this capacity,” Robbins said. “The Scottsdale Charros is a premier community service organization and its members are great community stewards. I look forward to continuing to make a… Read More →

Scottsdale schools, TGen launch bioscience initiative

bioscience

The Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD) Foundation is teaming with the Phoenix-based Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) to create an Excellence in Bioscience Teacher Initiative. Scheduled to take place in July 2015 at TGen, the new pilot program will benefit teachers and students within the Scottsdale Unified School District. The Excellence in Bioscience Teacher Initiative… Read More →

Education: Arcadia Neighborhood Learning Center

Arcadia Neighborhood Learning Center, AZRE September/October 2011
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ARCADIA NEIGHBORHOOD LEARNING CENTER Developer: Scottsdale Unified School District General contractor: McCarthy Building Companies Architect: Corgan Associates Location: 3811 N. 44th St., Scottsdale Size: 61,877 SF The $16M project will be a K-8 campus rebuild and will include a new, 2-story classroom building and full-size multipurpose building. Subcontractors include Echo Canyon Electrical, Stone Cold Masonry, TD Industries and Hardrock Concrete.… Read More →

Chef Eddie Matney Pushes Good Nutrition For Schools

Good nutrition for schools

Ants on a log are an old favorite of parents trying to sneak some nutrition into their children’s diets. Now this classic treat has made its way to several Valley schools, thanks to the clever tricks of renowned Chef Eddie Matney. Parents and administrators alike were worried about the lack of nutritional choices on schools’… Read More →