At their Sept. 11 Governing Board meeting, members proclaimed Citizenship Day on Sept. 17 and Constitution Week from Sept. 17 to 23 in Mesa Public Schools.
Parents of ninth-graders are invited to preview the district's sexual-awareness curriculum and meet the teachers Aug. 13; parents of seventh-graders, Aug. 22.
The Gifted and Talented department specialist has been named one of the nation's top STEM educators.
Red Mountain High School and the City of Mesa Adaptive Leisure program present Shrek the Musical JR. June 14-16
Dobson High senior Kelli Brown is one of 22 Arizona students to earn the scholarship award from the Flinn Foundation.
Red Mountain High School's Robin Jackson, and Westwood High School's Katrina Clontz, Hanna Morgan and Jessica Yan have won scholarships from the Mesa Citizen of the Year Association.
Mesa Public Schools won more 2016-17 Civic Engagement awards than any other district in the state.
Mesa Public Schools superintendent will complete distinguished career at the end of the 2017-18 school year.
Franklin educators will accept the nation's most prestigious school award in Washington, D.C., in November.
At their Sept. 12 Governing Board meeting, members proclaimed Citizenship Day on Sept. 17 and Constitution Week from Sept. 17 to 23 in Mesa Public Schools.
National Merit® Scholarship Program semifinalists hail from Mesa, Mountain View, Red Mountain and Westwood high schools.
Parents of ninth-graders are invited to preview the district's sexual-awareness curriculum and meet the teachers Aug. 14; parents of seventh-graders, Aug. 23.
Dobson, Mesa, Mountain View, Red Mountain, Skyline and Westwood high schools will hold graduation ceremonies May 25. The East Valley Academy and Crossroads graduation is May 24.
Spilsbury is a dedicated volunteer at Mesa High School. He was recognized at the April 25 Governing Board meeting.
Employees from Native American Education Program, and Lowell, MacArthur and Salk elementary schools were celebrated for their service at the April 25 Governing Board meeting.
2017 A+ School of Excellence™ award winners include Stapley Junior High School, and Crismon, Jefferson and Pomeroy elementary schools.
The Governing Board honored six outstanding Mesa Public Schools students at the April 11 board meeting. Students from Dobson High School, Fremont Junior High School, and Brinton, Ishikawa, Sirrine and Washington elementary schools have been named April Students of the Month.
Teachers from Kino Junior High, Mesa Academy for Advanced Studies, and Hale, Mendoza and Porter elementary schools will travel to Johnson Space Center April 9-14, 2017, to perform orbital-insertion experiments.
Stamey is a dedicated volunteer at Red Mountain Ranch Elementary School. She was honored at the March 28 Governing Board meeting.