Photo: Kaitlin McGill Following an extensive search by Chino Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) staff, Kaitlin McGill has been offered the position as Principal at Heritage Middle School (HMS). The next step in the process is presentation of the offer to the CVUSD Governing Board for approval at its next meeting, Monday, April 10, 2023,
Public education has never been more controversial. As the makeup of our society changes, the quiet consensus about what should be taught in public schools, who should run them and how they should be funded is breaking down. School board elections are now hotly contested. Angry factions have started to turn up at school board meetings
Dirty Tricks In Prescott School Board Race Triggers Law Enforcement Investigation – Arizona Independent
[Editor’s Note: Prescott eNews thanks Arizona Independent for the permission to republish this article.] A supporter or supporters of school board candidates Linda Conn, Michele Hamer and Andy Nelson, weren’t happy to see that the Yavapai County GOP were also supporting Republicans Stan Goligoski and Brooks Compton for election to the Prescott Unified School Board,
The Citizens Tax Committee (CTC) has announced they will host PUSD School Governing Board Candidate, Brooks Compton, at their next monthly meeting, Wednesday afternoon, September 14, 2022, 1:30pm at the Rowle P. Simmons Adult Center, 1280 Rosser Street, in Prescott. Mr. Compton will be joined by Prescott eNews columnist, Buz Williams. The Citizens Tax Committee
Brooks Compton is running for the Prescott Unified School District Governing Board, in Prescott, Arizona. In this second interview, Buz Williams and Brooks discuss solutions for the problems that Brooks mentioned in the first interview, such as Critical Race Theory (CRT) being taught in the schools, and the lack of communication with parents.
Many people, maybe a majority of voters, don’t vote in School Governing Board elections. In the Tri-City area, with all our retirees, many of them may think that since none of their children or grandkids attend local schools, school board decisions don’t effect them. Those who feel this way are greatly mistaken. First, since a