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SIERRA VISTA — Center for Academic Success students in Katarzyna Gacek’s middle school art classes are creating colorful, outer space-themed mosaic murals.

Yui Salazar will be heading to the YES (Youth, Engineering and Science) Fair later this month with her scientific investigation that delves into the “five-second rule.”

REGION — Cochise County Superintendent of Schools Jacqui Clay is in the process of implementing ‘stock inhalers’ for schools across the county.

Parent-teacher conferences are an excellent opportunity for parents and teachers to team up for raising students achievement. When teachers schedule parent-teacher conferences, they are signaling how important parent partnership is to the success and achievement of their children.

TOMBSTONE — Bridging the gap between Huachuca City School’s and Tombstone High School’s football programs is what administrators and coaches feel will grow the high school program, which struggled to field a complete team last season.

SIERRA VISTA — The county school superintendent’s office is looking for top elementary and middle school spellers to compete in an upcoming spelling bee.

Before the winter break, Huachuca City School had many festivities, including a schoolwide holiday concert. It was a great time and all students did a wonderful job. Thank you to all of the parents who came to our program.

SIERRA VISTA — With 2019 winding down, Sierra Vista Unified School District is approaching the new year on a positive note, according to district board president Barbara Williams.

SIERRA VISTA — More than 200 Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps cadets gathered at Buena High School on Nov. 23 for the eighth annual Huachuca Challenge, a competition hosted by the Buena High School Fighting Colt Battalion.

SIERRA VISTA — Cochise College president J.D. Rottweiler accepted $12,000 from Bisbee Vogue Inc. Monday afternoon.

Cochise County residents and visitors will have an opportunity to preview some holiday dishes, or even get new ideas for their own holiday meals, on Saturday as four area schools compete in the first-ever Cochise County School Superintendent’s Culinary Challenge.