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Come to the districtwide STEM Showcase

See secondary science, technology, engineering and math projects May 4-6.

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Colleen Howard wins PBS Teacher Innovation Award

She is receiving a trip, a professional development course, lots of classroom resources and well-deserved national acclaim for this MPS-Boeing partnership.

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Register now for Summer Aviation Camp

Camp is for students who will be in seventh or eighth grade next school year. Students throughout the Valley are welcome.

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Support Dobson High concerts at Carnegie Hall

Cantus Choir and Symphony Strings will appear in solo performances in New York City on June 6.

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School board proclaims special days for special people

Join the board and the superintendent in honoring MPS teachers and school volunteers.

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Take Personal Finance for Teens class online

Enroll now for summer school or fall semester. The elective class is open to ninth- through 12th-graders.

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Red Mountain High wins three state titles

FFA teams are champions in aquaculture, wildlife and agronomy. They'll compete at nationals in Indianapolis, Ind., in October.

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Mesa High wins Governor's Volunteer Service Award

The football team is being honored for focusing on history and school spirit through community service.

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Mountain View wins Academic Decathlon state championship

Mountain View High School captured its 15th Academic Decathlon state championship in two decades on March 13.

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Students solve real-life policy problems

Teams from the Mesa Academy for Advanced Studies, Rhodes World Studies Academy and Mesa High participated in the Project Citizen Regional Showcase.

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Westwood to sponsor powwow March 27

Everyone is welcome. Stop by the campus at 945 W. Eighth St., Mesa, from noon to 10 p.m.

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Arizona AP Teacher of the Year

Bill Mellyn, Mountain View High School chemistry teacher, is Arizona's Advanced Placement Teacher of the Year. His school received a $1,000 grant.

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Come to the MPS Honor Concert in the Ikeda Theater

The Mesa Arts Center will host the Honor Orchestras Concert on April 13.

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Taylor wins national Teaching Excellence Award

Southwest Automotive Engineers International ranks Taylor Junior High tops in integrating math, science, marketing and public speaking.

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Mesa Public Schools to offer free full-day kindergarten

Free full-day kindergarten will be available at all elementary schools in the Mesa Unified School District for the 2010-11 school year.

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Salt River Brass presents Way Out West concert

Buy $10 tickets for the March 20 performance to help fund the Dobson High Band trip to China.

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Mesa school earns counseling award

Johnson Elementary School has been recognized as a model counseling program by the American School Counselor Association.

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25 Mesa seniors named finalists in National Merit Scholarship Program

Mesa Public Schools is pleased to name 25 seniors announced as finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program. 

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Shepherd library crew lands rave reviews

Students have earned fame and fortune, for their junior high media center, at campus book fairs.

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Students excel at music auditions

In all, 386 students earned the privilege of performing at All-Regional Festival Concerts.

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Skyline High DECA wins at Eastern Area Conference

Judges award top marks on marketing exams and business challenges.

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Mesa school earns nod for IB Programme

Frost Elementary School received authorization from the International Baccalaureate Organization for its Primary Years Programme.

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Students to hone leadership skills

The Mesa Youth Summit for 300 junior high students is set for Feb. 5.

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Students, schools, counselor win Mesa MLK Day awards

Awards include Student of the Year, Educator of the Year, Teaching Social Justice and academic honors.

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Register for 2010-11 kindergarten

Registration is being conducted throughout the school year at all elementary campuses.

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