While school officials said standardized test results from spring 2021 are concerning, they believe they can help students get back on track from the pandemic.
Here is a look at data about the three school districts that serve Gilbert.
The tables reveal test scores from the 2020-21 AzM2 exam, the state’s standardized test for schools
Gilbert mayor calls for staff investigation; Dutch Bros Coffee coming to Chandler and more top Phoenix-area news
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The store, part of a national chain, carries parts and accessories for off-road vehicles.
The city of Chandler will pilot blockchain technology in a mock mobile election to be held in November.
The Arizona Department of Transportation plans to close the interchange ramp from the westbound Loop 202-Santan Freeway to westbound I-10-Maricopa Freeway in Chandler from 4 a.m. to noon Oct. 23 for maintenance work.
Educators, district officials and education advocates are actively searching for ways to mitigate the effects of COVID-19 on kids in school—including addressing a gap in learning many attribute to online learning.
Don Herrington, the interim director of Arizona Department of Health Services, sent out a blog Oct. 20 addressing COVID-19 vaccinations for kids ages 5-11.
A new Dutch Bros location is coming to Chandler.
Mayor Brigette Peterson apologized to Gilbert residents and her fellow council members for the moment of poor judgment and said she has been working to grow and learn.
Gilbert mayor calls for investigation into allegations of staff promoting personal political agendas
Gilbert Mayor Brigette Peterson said Oct. 19 she plans to call for an investigation into whether town staff members targeted employees for their political beliefs and used town resources to further their personal political agendas.
The city of Chandler is hosting a local event for National Make a Difference Day on Oct. 23, where nearly 1,000 volunteers will come together in observance of For Our City Day Chandler.
Gila River Hotels & Casinos broke ground on its newest project—Santan Mountain—Monday, Oct. 18, on Gila River Indian Community land just south of Chandler on Gilbert Road and Hunt Highway.
Contractor crews began work Oct. 18 on a water pipeline in the Powerline Trail on the west side of Gilbert Road off the roadway.
Here are two different types of schools that have opened in Gilbert recently.
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Whataburger coming to Chandler; median home prices continue to soar in Gilbert and more top area news
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Germann Road traffic will be shifted starting Oct. 17 to the road’s north side onto newly placed and temporary asphalt through the intersection at Lindsay Road and to the west on Germann Road.
Dignity Health and Kindred Healthcare broke ground Oct. 13 on Dignity Health East Valley Rehabilitation Hospital-Gilbert, which the partners hope will open in the fourth quarter of 2022.
The store sells contemporary and modern furniture for home and office spaces.
Higley USD officials presented before the governing board Oct. 13 how the district has used its maintenance and operations override funds and reallocated bond money from the 2019 election.
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Seven new businesses are headed to Chandler.
A Chandler landmark is getting a new home, according to a news release from the city of Chandler.