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Cibola High School's Vocational Culinary Arts program showcased its talent and skills at the FCCLA Regional Culinary Arts Competition held on February 13-14, 2024.
The event, hosted by Cibola, which saw participation from Gila Ridge High School and Yuma High School's vocational culinary classes, provided an opportunity for students to compete in various categories against other schools in the county.
Kofa High School alum Isaac Navarrete (Class of 2022) opened his fourth-annual “Grant a Gown” fundraiser to support high school seniors who cannot afford their cap and gown for graduation.
Somerton High School’s spiritline team competed in The Spirit Consultants (TSC) Sonoran Desert Classic on Feb. 2-3, 2024 at Millennium High School in Goodyear, Arizona.
The No. 2 Sidewinders face No. 4 Perry High School for the Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) State Championship. Kickoff is at 6:30 p.m. at Mesa High School
During the annual county-wide professional development day, Yuma Union High School District security and nursing staff members completed the Integrated Community Solutions to Active Violence Events (ICSAVE) training at Kofa High School.
Yuma Union High School District’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) Executive Director Lorie Honeycutt has been selected as a nominee for the national SkillsUSA Honorary Life Membership Award.
The Yuma Union High School District Governing Board elected Jacqueline Kravitz as its new Board President at the onset of its meeting on Wednesday, February 14, 2024.
Kofa JROTC Cadet Mildreth Hernandez advanced to the All-Service National Championships.
Eight students from Yuma Union High School District were selected as members of the West Region Honor Band, Choir, and Orchestra last month.
Vista High School and Kofa High School science students last month participated in the second annual Joint Science Fair hosted at Kofa High School.
The district launched its newly redesigned district and campus websites on Feb. 9, 2024.
Kofa High School photography students Adriel Valenzuela and Kai Evans participated in a work-based learning event, taking pictures for a Greater Yuma Economic Development Corp (GYEDC) luncheon event last month.
The Gila Ridge High School spiritline competition team earned first place in the USA Virtual Spirit Regionals One, against 14 other teams in the small crowd-leader division.
Three Yuma Union High School District schools hosted a group of educators from the Inspirational Study Tour on Thursday, January 25 as part of the group’s ongoing look at education across the Southwestern United States.
Cibola High School teacher Kourtney McClellan received an honorable mention for the 2023 High School Teacher of the Year at the 69th annual Arizona Science Teachers Association (ASTA) conferences in November.
Gila Ridge High School, Cibola High School, and Somerton High School were all selected as three of the fifteen schools in Arizona that will receive a $10,000 grant from the Arizona Diamondbacks “Chase your Dreams” initiative to support baseball and softball programs.
The Kofa High School Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (MCJROTC) rifle team placed 16th out of 233 teams during the Marine Corps Postal, conducted in November 2023.
Vista High School held its semiannual Completion Ceremony on December 12, 2023 for Career and Technical Education (CTE) students who have completed their program and passed. Students were awarded their certifications and received recognition for their hard work and dedication throughout their respective program.
Gila Ridge High School and Vista High School were approved by the Arizona State Board of Education to approve an increase in their A-F school accountability letter grades. Both schools improved from a ‘C’ grade to a ‘B’ with the state board voting unanimously in favor of the appeal
Kofa High School forensics teacher Andrea Ward and San Luis High School biology teacher Christine Sainez both received the Arizona Public Service (APS) Phoenix Suns Science Technology Engineering Math (STEM) Grant.