Mesa Public Schools teams up with University of Phoenix June 8 for the It's Great to Be a Teacher event at Mesa Community College.
More than 3,500 students graduated May 26, 2016, from Dobson, Mesa, Mountain View, Red Mountain, Skyline, Westwood and East Valley Academy high schools.
Get the kids out of the house and take them on a literary road trip this summer.
Dobson, Mesa, Mountain View, Red Mountain, Skyline and Westwood high schools will live-stream May 26 graduation ceremonies.
The school board and superintendent proclaimed May 2-6 as Teacher Appreciation Week and May 3 as Teacher Day in Mesa Public Schools. Join us in acknowledging the lasting contributions of teachers to our lives, our community and our country.
McGee is a dedicated volunteer at Ishikawa Elementary. She was recognized at the April 26 board meeting as Volunteer of the Month.
Employees from Kino Junior High, Westwood High School, and Mendoza and Red Mountain Ranch elementary schools were recognized for their service at the April 26 board meeting.
2016 A+ School of Excellence™ award winners include Brinton, Las Sendas, Taft and Whitman elementary schools, Shepherd and Smith junior high schools, Mountain View and Westwood high schools, and Summit Academy.
With 3,000 positive comments from students, Friends of Rachel Club members Jessica Yan and Dax Alvarado built a massive chain of kindness in Westwood's main classroom building.
Student Service Award winners will be honored during the 47th annual celebration at 7 p.m. April 29 at Mountain View High School, 2700 E. Brown Rd., Mesa.
Skyline and Westwood seniors won the competitive scholarship package from the Flinn Foundation. The merit-based scholarship, given to only 20 Arizona seniors this year, is valued at more than $115,000.
Red Mountain High School, Mendoza Elementary and Sirrine Elementary are part of the first cohort of schools accepted into the new AZ STEM School Community of Practice.
The Governing Board honored six outstanding Mesa Public Schools students at the April 12 board meeting. Students from Westwood High School, Poston Junior High, and Crismon, Jefferson, Red Mountain Ranch and Redbird elementary schools have been named April Students of the Month.
The Governing Board and superintendent proclaimed April 18-22 as Public School Volunteer Week in Mesa Public Schools. Join us in celebrating the contributions, service and dedication of our volunteers.
Kutzbach is a dedicated volunteer at Whittier Elementary. She was recognized at the March 29 board meeting as Volunteer of the Month.
Employees from Eagleridge Enrichment Program, Information Systems, and Longfellow and Zaharis elementary schools were recognized for their service at the March 29 board meeting.
The Governing Board honored six outstanding Mesa Public Schools students at the March 8 board meeting. Students from Summit Academy, Stapley Junior High, and Bush, Kerr, Madison and Whittier elementary schools have been named March Students of the Month.
The annual Mesa Partnership Scholarship assists eligible district graduates, employees and dependents of employees with college tuition at the Mesa university.
Tulcy Patel and Luke Taylor each won a $1,000 scholarship from the Mesa Citizen of the Year Association.
Employees from Matériel Distribution Center, Red Mountain High School, Patterson Elementary and Operations were recognized for their service at the Feb. 23 board meeting.
Milligan is a loving, supportive volunteer at Porter Elementary. She was honored at the Feb. 23 Governing Board meeting as Volunteer of the Month.
See the future of STEAM at this year's SciTech Expo, Saturday, March 5, at Skyline High School.
The Governing Board honored six outstanding Mesa Public Schools students at the Feb. 9 board meeting. Students from Mesa Academy for Advanced Studies, Shepherd Junior High, and Edison, Lehi, Porter and Sousa elementary schools have been named February Students of the Month.
Miranda Krist and Bailey Jayes were named QuestBridge National College Match Scholarship recipients. Only 657 students nationwide were awarded the scholarship this year.
White dedicates her time and love to fourth-grade students at Sirrine Elementary. She was honored at the Jan. 26 Governing Board meeting as Volunteer of the Month.