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.
Yes votes totaled 23,804 to keep the district's override funding in place.
This fall's community newspaper is online and in print now for parents and the public.
Lowell Elementary students and staff say "thank you" to Target Stores and Heart of America Foundation.
Articles, photos and videos focus on Defining the Future public meetings, summer school teaching jogs, Gates Foundation grant, unique employee numbers, payroll information, school and district highlights
Colette Bos of Smith Junior High is in the running for national recognition, prizes.
Learn about child development and effective parenting skills from national consultants and prominent Valley educators. You need not be a Mesa resident to attend.
Vicki Tolman, Skyline High business teacher, was honored by peers throughout the state.
All parents and area residents are invited to attend at 7 p.m. Feb 2.
Mesa Public Schools received a second grant to enhance history education. This is the second year for the Teaching American History grant to be awarded to the district. The grant amount is $962,000.
Westcor and Fiesta Mall donated $3,100 to MPS through the School Rewards Program.
Franklin Junior High is open to seventh- and eighth-graders districtwide.
Eagleridge Enrichment Program offers ninth-grade homeschool students a personalized transition to a more traditional setting. Benefits abound, including a rigorous curriculum, small classes and free tutoring!
Graduating seniors of the seven high schools in Mesa Public Schools have received scholarship offers of more than $50 million. The total is $6 million more than the previous class.
The Sabercats achieved the top ranking among more than 140 schools nationwide.
Several options will be available in the 2009-10 school year for children whose birthdays are after the regular kindergarten deadline of Aug. 31.