Come Join NFL All‐Pro Toby Wright at San Tan Foothills participate in this multi‐sport camp and be taught speed and agility drills by Toby Wright.
San Tan Foothills Coaching Staff will teach the fundamentals of the following sports. Each day a new sport will be introduced by Head Coaches and players. (Volleyball, Baseball, Basketball, Football)
Toby played 7 years in the NFL. He recorded over 110 tackles in ONE Season with the St. Louis Rams. He’s trained many elite athletes in the Phoenix area.
Bright and motivated students make up the San Tan Foothills Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) program.These motivated future leaders recently completed their FBLA regional competitions at the ASU Polytechnic campus. The competition included 14 other schools with over 300 students. San Tan Foothills competed with 25 well prepared students. That preparation propelled them into victory lane throughout the competition.
Who is more right? Landowners who wish to make changes to their property or neighboring landowners who fear those changes will forever alter their quality of life and, perhaps, permanently damage the desert landscape.
The question was one of many raised during the Dec. 5 Queen Creek Town Council meeting, held at the town hall, 22350 S. Ellsworth Road. Queen Creek residents lined up to express their opinions during the public hearing that addressed numerous changes being proposed to the town’s General Plan to accommodate new residential and commercial developments.
Coolidge Unified School District is requesting a 10 percent Maintenance and Operations budget increase that would increase taxes for property owners within the district and increase available funds for the 2013-2014 school year, officials said.
The 8 percent override that was approved in 2004 expired June 30.
CUSD Superintendent Cecilia Johnson said the requested override percentage was upped from 8 percent to 10 percent because of inflation and higher costs the school district is facing.
San Tan Foothills High School’s 3rd Annual Golf Tournament was a huge success and fun for all who participated. Superstition Springs Golf Course in Mesa was filled on a recent Saturday with San Tan Foothills High supporters.
A crowd of more than 50 golfers enjoyed an entertaining day with friends while enjoying delicious food, great prizes, fabulous awards, and great camaraderie.