Uniting the vision for Pinal County
Call Us: 602-810-7448

Archive for the Education Category

Governor Ducey Visits Pinal County; discusses budget, education and Florence Copper Project

Governor Ducey Visits Pinal County; discusses budget, education and Florence Copper Project

 Governor Ducey Visits Pinal County; discusses budget, education and Florence Copper Project by SanTainValley.com Governor Doug Ducey wrapped up his Opportunity Express tour‬ in front of about a hundred people at Sun City Anthem in Florence, AZ.  He was accompanied by Senate President Andy Biggs, House Majority […]

Read more

Maricopa graduation rates higher than falling state average

Maricopa graduation rates higher than falling state average

Maricopa graduation rates higher than falling state average By Adam Wolfe | inMaricopa With Arizona graduation rates declining, Maricopa High School has seen a rise in both total graduation and minority graduation rates. “Our goal is for Maricopa High School to be an A school,” Maricopa Unified […]

Read more

CAC to Close Olympic-size Pool

CAC to Close Olympic-size Pool

CAC to Close Olympic-size Pool By Angela Askey, Director of Marketing Pinal County, AZ – Central Arizona College is closing the Signal Peak Campus pool effective May 14, 2015. The 40 year old Olympic-sized pool is not repairable in its current condition nor is it sustainable. “This […]

Read more

Central Arizona College tacks on $2 a credit in tuition hike

Central Arizona College tacks on $2 a credit in tuition hike

Central Arizona College tacks on $2 a credit in tuition hike By Rodney Haas | Casa Grande Dispatch The Central Arizona College Governing Board on Tuesday approved a $2 per credit increase in tuition to take effect in the fall. The board voted 4-1 for the increase, […]

Read more

Pinal County legislators get some CAC funds back in budget

Pinal County legislators get some CAC funds back in budget

Pinal County legislators get some CAC funds back in budget By Rodney Haas | Casa Grande Dispatch Central Arizona College and local school districts came out better than expected with the state Legislature’s passage of a $9.1 billion budget Saturday. CAC, which last week was staring at […]

Read more

CAC president says state budget cuts ‘devastating’

CAC president says state budget cuts ‘devastating’

CAC president says state budget cuts ‘devastating’ By Rodney Haas | Casa Grande Dispatch Already facing a 50 percent cut meaning up to $1.5 million less in state funding, Central Arizona College now may lose much more. The college could receive nothing at all from the state. […]

Read more

Florence Unified earns “Energy Star K-12 District Award”

Florence Unified earns “Energy Star K-12 District Award”

Florence Unified earns “Energy Star K-12 District Award” On February 12, the Florence Unified School District received the “Energy Star K-12 District Award” for being one of the most energy efficient school districts in the state. Energy Star is a national performance benchmark for building energy efficiency […]

Read more

Pinal Partnership February Breakfast: Educational improvement, funding issues dominates debate at legislators forum

Pinal Partnership February Breakfast: Educational improvement, funding issues dominates debate at legislators forum by James J. Hodl | Southeast Valley Ledger A lively debate on the future of education in Arizona broke out among six members of the state legislature during a Pinal Partnership breakfast forum staged […]

Read more

CAC board delays vote on tuition increase

CAC board delays vote on tuition increase

CAC board delays vote on tuition increase By Rodney Haas | Casa Grande Dispatch Action on a possible $2 per credit tuition increase at CAC was delayed until March. College Governing Board members decided Tuesday to wait a month to decide whether to increase tuition and some other […]

Read more

Central Arizona College Empty Bowls event coming Feb. 24

Central Arizona College Empty Bowls event coming Feb. 24

Central Arizona College Empty Bowls event coming Feb. 24 MEDIA ALERT: CAC is proud to host its 13th Annual Empty Bowls on Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015. To date, the event has donated over $30,000! Empty Bowls, is a worldwide grass roots initiative, begun in 1990 to help […]

Read more
Page 10 of 12« First...89101112
Pinal Partnership's Mission Improve research, planning and coordination of private and public efforts related to infrastructure, natural resources and community development in Pinal County.

P.O. Box 904, Florence, AZ 85132
Harold Christ, President & CEO:
602-810-7448
Melissa Johnson, Executive Director:
602-459-5265

Subscribe Now!
Follow us on social media