Sedona author D.D. Kaczmarek Coffee saw her first book go into worldwide distribution, but it wasn't cause for celebration.Instead, she contacted the FBI.
- Published: February 22nd, 2013
Sedona-Oak Creek School District trudges forward with its effort to implement Arizona’s Common Core Standards by next year, even though infrastructure to support the system is missing.
Administrative and support staff joined teachers Friday, Feb. 15, for a day of staff in-service to work on integrating the new standards into their teaching. This way, everyone, regardless of whether they give instruction or support those who do, will understand where the district is going.
“I want everyone to know what we are doing,” SOCSD Superintendent Dave Lykins said.
For the full story, see the Wednesday, Feb. 20, edition of the Sedona Red Rock News.
Organizers of the Sedona International Film Festival and the Illuminate Film Festival have partnered [ ... ]
Following an early, intense team camp at Blue Ridge High School that ended July 17, new Sedona Red Rock High School head coach John Bradshaw has helmets and pads on...