By Becky Maxedon
When the Lake Havasu Unified School District Board of Directors met Tuesday, the announced the 2020-2021 outstanding educators.
“As a component of the America’s Best City competition, the community formed Vision 20/20 Lake Havasu City. One of the pillars for change was f...
By RSM Team
Lake Havasu High School presents "12 Angry Jurors" this week, Thursday & Friday at 7 p.m., and Saturday at 2 p.m. Admission is waved for this special series of performances and all are welcome to attend.
"12 Angry Jurors", previously known as "12 Angry Men", is widely considere...
New Day School hosted a Thanksgiving feast for student's families Wednesday morning. Staff and family members contributed to make this day come together.
All who attended enjoyed lunch with their kids and participated in the crafts and activities that the students have worked on throughout the ...
By Erin O'Callahan
WAVE - also known as the Western Arizona Vocational Education - has its culinary and business management programs located in a building that many high school students as well as community members have come to know and love.
The WAVE building is located at 1540 Palo Verde Blv...
By Cortez Fields
ASU Lake Havasu students, staff and families came out to support the graduates of the Class of 2019.
The Arizona State University campus has been in Havasu for almost seven years, and it has turned out its largest graduating class to date: 29 students. Many of them were from ...
By Jayne Hanson
Four of Starline Elementary School’s brightest students are set to advance to a national competition after prevailing over at least 10 other Arizona teams during a recent state competition at Arizona State University’s Tempe campus.
“It was really cool for a first-year co...
LHCPD Chief Dan Doyle, Mayor Cal Sheehy and Dr. Sandy Breece read to Telesis Preparatory Academy students Friday morning to celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss.
The school was also decorated in Dr. Seuss-themed decorations donated by Hilltop Community Church for Dr. Seuss Day.
Lake Havasu City's fifth graders were awarded for their participation in the N.O.V.A. Principles Program.
N.O.V.A. was designed to provide a resource to children, families and communities to fight against harmful influences, while providing guidance toward positive opportunities and values.
By Jayne Hanson
Starline Elementary School teacher Bridget Hagest, of Lake Havasu City, has a knack for teaching that extends beyond the ho-hum standard to nurture critical thinking and kindness when it comes to her 39 combination fifth- and sixth-grade gifted students.
Hagest’s latest ventu...
By Jake Schwab
After a summer of fun in the blazing sun and time to spend with loved ones, it is finally time that Lake Havasu City's youth must get in the swing of school. School for new students can be scary on the first day; however, Havasu's students are in luck with teachers and support staf...