For the past three years, substitutes filled about 97% of Yavapai County’s short-term and long-term teacher vacancies.
Tuesday, Copper Canyon Fire Board Member Carol Keeton was not able to log onto the board’s Zoom meeting, and not able to vote in what became a 2-to-2 vote that rejected the board sending a pro-Verde Connect resolution to Wednesday’s Yavapai County Board of Supervisors meeting.
Thursday, the Mingus Union School Board will decide whether its students should continue taking classes online rather than on campus.
Nearly 90% of Mingus Union employees who responded to a recent survey said they were concerned about coming to work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thanks to COVID-19, Camp Verde’s varsity played three football games this season.
Tuesday, the Copper Canyon Fire Board will consider asking the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors to move forward with the proposed Verde Connect road project.
Copper Canyon Fire Board Chairperson Linda Welsch said Friday she will consider calling a special meeting to allow the board to either support or not support Verde Connect.