ZONA East Valley

Zach Talks Theater, Sports and More at James Madison Prep

Zach Talks Theater, Sports and More at James Madison Prep “In our theater program, Zach has been involved onstage and off, as an actor in leading and supporting roles, e.g. Courfeyrac in the JMPS production of Les Miserables, Father in Ragtime. He has also been extremely skillful in assisting with the technical needs of our productions, including sound, lights, and …

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Savannah Kuiper Talks Bethany Christian School

Q. What do you like most about Bethany Christian School? A. I like the teachers. I like the variety of sports to choose from. I also like that we get to choose our electives, and there is a big variety of electives. Q. Your elective is the Middle School Worship Team. When did you join? A. I joined last year …

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Cardinals Visit Imagine for Milk and Cookies

The Cardinals, SRP and Safeway have teamed up for the last two years for a program called Milk & Cookies. Each Tuesday during the regular season, a Cardinals player will travel to an elementary classroom and read to the kids as everyone enjoys milk and cookies. Robert Hughes, a player with the Arizona Cardinals visited Imagine West Gilbert along with …

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CEE Visits Nature Based Camp at Camp Tontozona

  In September, CEE took the entire Junior High to Camp Tontozona. The retreat, a leadership and education center adjacent to Tonto National Forest near Payson, is managed by Tonto Creek Camps, a Scottsdale non-profit devoted to increasing children’s experiences outdoors. The camps have a nature-based curriculum centered on science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, with the intent of …

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Nathan Succeeds at Brightmont Academy – Chandler Campus

CHANDLER, AZ – Nathan is an 18 year­-old student who was struggling at an advanced local school.  Nathan was more than capable of excelling as he is an extremely smart student, but he suffered from learning disabilities, and his grades were declining.  The more school progressed, the further behind he became.  Soon enough, he was failing his junior year. Nathan …

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Lights, Cameras and Engineering for Horizon Community Learning Center’s Senior

When not studying hard for school, how do you spend your free time? I normally spend my free time taking photos or building something new out of electronics.  I love having a new idea of something to make and designing/fabricating it into a circuit board and having it work.  It’s the best feeling.  Other that that I love spending time …

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Eagle Scout Cameron Corder

Tell our readers how you were inspired to paint the south side buildings of your school campus as your final Eagle Scout project? I have been a scout since I was eight years old and worked on many Eagle projects.  I knew I wanted to do something in the communities I am a part of, so I went to my school …

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Zachary Hansen Talks Boys Scouts

How long have you been in Scouts and what made you become interested in joining? I started Cub Scouts when I turned eight years old.  As an 11 year old, I became a Boy Scout.  My dad is an Eagle Scout and I have always wanted to be like him. What is your favorite part about being in Eagle Scouts? …

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Galveston Middle Schools Student Council Winners

Renee Ayala- Class President How did you feel to hear your name as the winner for student class President? I felt excitement and relief. What are something’s you will do in your role? I will try to meet all students’ requests and make the school a better place. How many years have you been involved in student council? This is …

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Emily Branch Swims to Success

What are your hobbies, interests, and activities?  I am a competitive swimmer, so that pretty much takes up all of my free time.  I swim before and after school everyday during the week with an extra practice early Saturday morning.  I also enjoy running and hiking; I run in Pat’s Run every year and have completed half marathons.  I’ve hiked …

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