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Sam Baker Inspires Kids Through His Second Children’s Book

Everybody could use some joy and a reminder that we are all connected. Scottsdale author Sam Baker promotes this through his children’s books. Baker is a 98-year-old former Marine who served in World War ll. Today, his passion is creating ...

Arizona History: A Rootin’ Tootin’ Legend of the West

By Jill “MamaBug” Frier On Valentine’s Day, Arizona will celebrate its 109th birthday. It took 49 years for Arizona to become a state from the time it was first declared a territory, but the 48th state finally was admitted to ...

Smile Bright

Use Children’s Dental Health Month as an opportunity to teach kids about tooth-healthy habits  February is Children’s Dental Health Month, making it the perfect time to educate younger audiences on the best ways to keep their teeth healthy. Maintaining good ...

Phoenix Water Debuts New Activity Book with Stormwater Hopper

Phoenix Water’s mascot, Hopper, is a friendly desert toad that represents stormwater education. In Hopper’s newly released activity book, Hopper’s Stormwater Adventure, students go on a journey to discover what happens to rainwater that flows into the storm drain. One of Hopper’s most important ...

Meet St. John Vianney Third Grader, Sophia Gonzalez

Sophia has been off to a fantastic start at St. John Vianney, earning an Eagle of the Month Award for the month of October, achieving Principles List for 1st quarter academics and is currently preparing herself to receive the sacraments ...

RSPS eighth Grade Student Wins Award at Carnegie Hall

Over the summer, RSPS 8th grade student Lauren Puryear celebrated her National Best In Grade Award for her poem, Corroded Heart, at Carnegie Hall with other winners and the Board of Directors and Donors for 2018 Scholastic Art & Writing ...

Girl Scout Ashley Lucas completes gold award project

Q. What inspired your Gold Award project? A. The lack of recycling bins on Peoria High School’s campus. Our goal was to not only get more recycling bins on campus but to also promote the importance of recycling. Doing this we ...

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