Tuesday, Camp Verde Unified announced precautions the district will take at its June 2-4 celebrations, which include South Verde and Camp Verde Accommodation School graduations at 6 p.m. June 2 in the Philip England Performing Arts Center, as well as the eighth-grade promotion ceremony at 6 p.m. June 3, and Camp Verde High School graduation at 7 p.m. June 4, both at Sam Hammerstrom Field.
The Yavapai Cattle Growers Association – YCGA – present $1,000 to Mingus Union junior Brynley Taylor for her Best Bred and Fed Steer shown at the 2020 Verde Valley Virtual Fair.
“It’s positive because we get to honor more students and the work that they’ve done,” Freeman said. “There are people who like the valedictorian model, it’s what they do. But if we’re about all of our kids, the more we can distinguish, the better.”
At 5:45 p.m. Wednesday, Beaver Creek eighth graders and their families will line up in their cars for a promotion parade at Beaver Creek School, 4810 E. Beaver Creek Road, Rimrock.
The Town of Camp Verde has published a three-phase return to service plan: Guidelines Under the Opening of America Announcement.
How much will the Town of Camp Verde pay to complete Phase 1B of its sports complex? Will that phase include a permanent restroom – or portable bathrooms? Will it include a maintenance facility?
COTTONWOOD — When Gov. Ducey allowed his stay-at-home order to expire on May 15, Mingus Union decided to implement its year-end celebration for its seniors.
Densmore also competed in cross country and in track and field at Mingus Union. His ability to play well in multiple sports is only one reason why Densmore is Mingus Union’s male athlete of the year for 2019-2020.
This week, Cottonwood-Oak Creek eighth graders will participate in drive-in theater-like promotion ceremonies – but are instructed to stay in their vehicles to keep themselves and everyone else safe.
Biros’ live modeling sessions had been and will again one day be held at her Studio 203 Art Classroom, 885 Hampshire Ave. Bldg. A, Studio 203, Jerome. But with COVID-19 restrictions forcing the sessions online, she’s been able to attract a greater amount of interest by embracing the virtual model’s studio.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Arizona Department of Health Services recommends “mass gatherings, such as graduations (or) concerts, are not held at this time.”
The Class of 2020 will have an opportunity to participate in a Turning the Tassel senior celebration from 9 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. in the school’s auditorium.
The Camp Verde Community Library will reopen to its patrons at 9 a.m. Monday, May 18. But anyone age 2 and older will be required to wear a mask or some sort of face cover.
Danny Howe has a new contract with Camp Verde Unified School District.
Although the most stringent of COVID-19 restrictions could soon be a thing of the past, the Verde Valley Farmers’ Market will be open from 8 to 11 a.m. Saturdays from May 16 through Oct. 3 at the Redinger Ramada on Hollamon Street between Fort Verde State Park and the community center gymnasium.
Since 2007, Verde Valley Community Supported Agriculture – CSA – has delivered organic, freshly-picked, local produce to the Verde Valley.
With 15 libraries, including branches in Beaver Creek and Clarkdale, the Yavapai County Free Library District has been available by phone to answer questions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tuesday, the Camp Verde School Board will consider offering a superintendent contract to Administrator-in-Charge Danny Howe.
Thursday, Mike Westcott will ask the Mingus Union School Board to approve a 7% wage increase for the district’s teachers for FY 2020-2021.
Mingus Union is working with a sports production company to create a commencement video that will premiere beginning at 7 p.m. Friday, May 22, during the school’s traditional graduation time.
Regular, moderate-intensity exercise has immune-boosting benefits that may help your body fight off infections, including COVID-19.
Noah Daher is the grandson anyone would be proud to have.
The Sedona Verde Valley Association of Realtors – SVVAR – has bought 500 yard signs for the Verde Valley’s graduating high school seniors as a way of telling then that the community is #AllInThisTogether.
Cottonwood-Oak Creek has posted signs across the community to tell its students, their families and district personnel how badly they are missed.
Steve King is working on a plan for Cottonwood-Oak Creek to welcome students back to its schools in August.
The association’s May 12 meeting is an opportunity to discuss “the specific elements of the application and to give the residents in the area an opportunity to become informed with the proposed project,” Weir said.
“It needs to be community specific,” Spyrow said during Northern Arizona Healthcare’s weekly media briefing. “Our communities are experiencing vastly different incident rates. We need to work with businesses, and ask, ‘What does reopening look like?’”
Pull up, park the car, roll down your windows, watch two movies – and practice social distancing.
Thanks to coronavirus closures, restrictions and safety procedures, the Verde Valley Fair’s annual junior livestock auction will take place May 1-2 on the Internet.
For Violet King, the decision to attend college in Arizona was easy. Her older sister attends Arizona State University – and the King girls are as close as any two sisters could be.
Northern Arizona Healthcare has expanded its COVID-19 specimen collection protocols to include patients classified as “lower risk and community surveillance,” Chief Quality Officer John Mougin said Thursday during NAH’s weekly media briefing.
If you contract coronavirus, health care professionals are not certain how long it will remain in your body.
Tuesday, the Yavapai County School Superintendent’s office denied a political action committee’s request for more time to collect signatures on petitions that would allow the consolidation of the Cottonwood-Oak Creek and Mingus Union school districts to appear on the Nov. 3 general election ballot.
Tuesday, the Camp Verde School Board decided to table superintendent contract negotiations with Danny Howe until its May 12 meeting.
Northern Arizona Healthcare’s COVID-19 Steering Committee has developed a four-tiered testing protocol based on guidelines set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Chief Quality Officer John Mougin stated in an NAH news release.
In January, Celeena Johnson was named to Yavapai College’s 2020 All-Arizona Academic Team.
“Virtual graduation – that doesn’t float our boat,” Danny Howe said Monday.
More than half of Camp Verde Unified’s 1,600-plus students are using online education resources the district has made available since schools closed for the year, Administrator-in-Charge Danny Howe said Monday.