Everyone is welcome. Stop by the campus at 945 W. Eighth St., Mesa, from noon to 10 p.m.
Bill Mellyn, Mountain View High School chemistry teacher, is Arizona's Advanced Placement Teacher of the Year. His school received a $1,000 grant.
The Mesa Arts Center will host the Honor Orchestras Concert on April 13.
Southwest Automotive Engineers International ranks Taylor Junior High tops in integrating math, science, marketing and public speaking.
Free full-day kindergarten will be available at all elementary schools in the Mesa Unified School District for the 2010-11 school year.
Buy $10 tickets for the March 20 performance to help fund the Dobson High Band trip to China.
Johnson Elementary School has been recognized as a model counseling program by the American School Counselor Association.
Mesa Public Schools is pleased to name 25 seniors announced as finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program.
Students have earned fame and fortune, for their junior high media center, at campus book fairs.
In all, 386 students earned the privilege of performing at All-Regional Festival Concerts.
Judges award top marks on marketing exams and business challenges.
Frost Elementary School received authorization from the International Baccalaureate Organization for its Primary Years Programme.
The Mesa Youth Summit for 300 junior high students is set for Feb. 5.
Awards include Student of the Year, Educator of the Year, Teaching Social Justice and academic honors.
Registration is being conducted throughout the school year at all elementary campuses.
The Mesa Public Schools board approved the seven recommendations of the Defining the Future initiative.
The Mesa Public Schools Governing Board elected David Lane as its president for 2010. Steven Peterson will serve as the board clerk.
Attend an informational meeting Feb. 2. Applications are due by Feb. 19.
U.S. News and World Report named five MPS schools in its list of the nation's top high schools.
The award-winning Barbara Carson of Lindbergh Elementary is a top-notch teacher with a track record of extraordinary student achievement.
Poston Junior High's Jay Higbee was named Middle School Teacher of the Year by the Arizona Science Teachers Association.
of the district's unprecedented excellence in education abound. Here's a
sample of our impressive achievements in 2010-11. There's no better place
Arizona law provides a tax credit for contributions to Arizona public schools for extracurricular activities or character education programs.
Entz, ranked in the top 10 percent statewide, received a plaque and a flag from the U.S. Department of Education.
MPS is proud to recognize the 29 students named semifinalists in 2010 National Merit scholarship competition.