The Coolidge Performing & Visual Arts Center is proud to present the first annual Spring Gala Concert featuring Sons of Orpheus, the Male Choir of Tucson. The Sons of Orpheus are a not for profit, community based choral organization, founded and directed by Professor Grayson Hirst from the University of Arizona School of Music.
The group takes their name from the legendary Greek figure named Orpheus who possessed magical powers to move living things through his voice and singing. The Sons of Orpheus have toured throughout the US and abroad. This will be their last concert in the group’s 22nd Spring Anniversary Performances.
During the December 12th Governing Board meeting, the Governing Board approved the acceptance of Superintendent Dr Cecilia Johnson’s resignation.
Having been placed on FMLA at her own request due to health reasons last month, Johnson has now chosen to resign.The District is appreciative of her efforts and contributions, and wishes her well in future endeavors.
The decision to enroll in college brings with it numerous choices. Which classes do I take? Which major should I choose?
Looking for something to do this Friday night?
How about an IMPROV Comedy show?
"Come laugh your socks off" with this family friendly improvisational comedy troupe at the Performing Arts Center in Coolidge! A high energy 90 minute show that you don't want to miss!
Great for date night or a night out with friends!
Event is this Friday, October 12th at 7pm!
At Coolidge Unified School District’s June 13th regular Governing Board meeting, the Governing Board was asked to vote on whether to adopt a resolution that would call for a special override election for the school district.
Superintendent Johnson and the District’s Director of Business Services, Shalee Ziegler, presented the Governing Board with information and a recommendation from a district and community exploratory committee and data from a recent survey taken of both the Coolidge and San Tan Valley communities.
Central Arizona College’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) program is offering a series of summer camps to students currently entering or currently enrolled in high school.
Students will benefit from learning more about different majors and careers in these fields while participating in fun activities with their peers.
The Mountain Vista Middle School’s student council sponsored a holiday food drive to benefit Saint Mary’s Food Bank.
With tough economic times still facing may people, the Wolverines wanted to step up and do their part.The students collected a little over 1000 non-perishable food items to donate to needy families.