On Sept. 27, teens and their parents are invited to explore options for high school grads.
Attend the district's free string quartet concert Sept. 10 during Mesa's Second Friday celebration.
Blast boredom blues for the kindergarten through eighth-grade crowd with enrichment and athletic activities.
The AgriScience Department also won Teacher of the Year, National Chapter; and first-place Reporter, Newsletter and Website awards.
Seventeen Mesa schools received the top grade on the state's annual report card.
To safeguard students, here are some basic guidelines for drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians.
The fall issue features the district's latest news, information and photos for parents and the public.
MPS offers a variety of free and tuition-based preschool programs. Enroll soon.
Graduates in the class of 2010 exceeded last year's offers by more than $3 million.
Education Week magazine lauded Mesa Public Schools for its graduation rates compared with districts in the nation’s big cities.
The Smith Junior High faculty member is one of our nation's top science teachers.
The Wind Symphony and Jazz Big Band will preform at 7:30 p.m. June 5 in the auditorium at 1501 W. Guadalupe Road, Mesa. Come cheer for them on their way to the World Expo!
Choose elementary or junior high string or band classes Monday through Thursday, June 1-17.
Graduation ceremonies were held May 27. The Class of 2010 has received more than $53.7 million in scholarship offers.
Karthik Uppaluri is one of nine students worldwide who will join field expeditions with leading scientists.
Enroll between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. May 12 at East University Church of God, 6630 E. University, Mesa.
A new class in Mesa highlights what's right about Arizona public schools.
See secondary science, technology, engineering and math projects May 4-6.
She is receiving a trip, a professional development course, lots of classroom resources and well-deserved national acclaim for this MPS-Boeing partnership.
Camp is for students who will be in seventh or eighth grade next school year. Students throughout the Valley are welcome.
Cantus Choir and Symphony Strings will appear in solo performances in New York City on June 6.
Join the board and the superintendent in honoring MPS teachers and school volunteers.
Enroll now for summer school or fall semester. The elective class is open to ninth- through 12th-graders.
FFA teams are champions in aquaculture, wildlife and agronomy. They'll compete at nationals in Indianapolis, Ind., in October.
The football team is being honored for focusing on history and school spirit through community service.