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The Outstanding Young Man and Young Woman Program 2017The Outstanding Young Man and Young Woman (OYMYW) of the Year program recognizes and honors the outstanding achievements of young people, enhances the perception of youth and raises community awareness of the positive contributions of youth.
Phoenix Volleyball FestivalThe 31st annual Volleyball Festival was hosted at the Phoenix Convention Center, where girls volleyball teams from all over the world participated in the tournament.
Pendergast School Drone ClubThe Pendergast School District provides a unique and enriching experience for middle-school-aged students as they learn the latest in drone technology and engineering.
Phoenix Symphony in the SchoolsThe Phoenix Symphony brings a woodwind quartet to a school to teach the importance of music appreciation to children.
2016 Outstanding Young Man Yash PatelThe Outstanding Young Man and Young Woman (OYMYW) of the Year program recognizes and honors the outstanding achievements of young people, enhances the perception of youth and raises community awareness of the positive contributions of youth.
School Connect SummitSchool Connect helps build partnerships by engaging the faith community and collaborating with community partners to adopt local schools. This Summit at Grand Canyon University brought together superintendents from all over the Phoenix area to explore ways to collaborate.
Phoenix Youth R.I.S.E. - Reach and Invest in Summer EmploymentPhoenix Youth R.I.S.E. (Reach and Invest in Summer Employment) is seeking applicants for summer work internship opportunities offered by the City of Phoenix Mayor’s Call to Action.
Academic DecathlonThe Glendale Union High School District hosted the final round of the Academic Decathlon 2015. The Arizona Academic Decathlon gives high school students a chance to compete with other schools in ten subject areas.
2016 Outstanding Young Woman Angela EsonoThe Outstanding Young Man and Young Woman (OYMYW) of the Year program recognizes and honors the outstanding achievements of young people, enhances the perception of youth and raises community awareness of the positive contributions of youth.
Arizona Project WET at Rio SaladoDozens of students visited Rio Salado this spring to explore wildlife and learn about natural habitats and water conservation in Arizona. As a part of Project WET, these students gained a better understanding of the importance of water in the Valley and ways they could help the state of water in Arizona.