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Civics

Governor Ducey Signs Landmark Legislation from Reps. Burges and Nguyen

Governor Doug Ducey signed legislation that ensures Arizona students demonstrate greater competency in civics before graduating high school, further bolstering Arizona’s position as a national leader in civics education. “We have a real responsibility to equip the leaders of tomorrow with knowledge of our nation’s founding principles,” Governor Ducey said. “Those timeless principles have inspired

Education

ASU High School Leadership Academy – July 30, 2021

In partnership with the Truman Presidential Library’s White House Decision Center, the Political History and Leadership program at ASU is pleased to offer incoming high school sophomores, juniors and seniors an opportunity to join us on the ASU Tempe campus on Friday, July 30, 2021 for a High School Leadership Academy. The program will challenge students to step into

Sports

Badgers Blow Out Volunteers 16-1 – PHS Sports Roundup

Photo: 22 Leigha Walker doubles off a Volunteer trying to get back to third base, in the second inning of the Badgers win over Lee Williams. Varsity Softball Leigha Walker had a double and five RBIs in the Prescott Badgers 16-1 thrashing of the Lee Williams Volunteers, on a cool and rainy afternoon at Prescott

Sports

Badgers Unable To Ground The Eagles – PHS Sports Roundup

Photo: 34 Tyson Potts hit a solo home run in the second inning. Varsity Baseball The Badgers comeback came up one short in a 6-5 loss to the Flagstaff Eagles. Flagstaff managed to get a run off Badger starter Tyson Potts in each of the first three innings. Potts got one back in the bottom of

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