WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Williams Unified School District is encouraging the community to help keep its athletes healthy as its volleyball and football teams head into their first games of the season.
Third grade teacher Patti Jackson has been named a semi-finalist for the Arizona Rural Schools Association Teacher of the Year for Coconino County.
PHOENIX — Coconino County has met the benchmarks for returning to in-person classes state health officials announced.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — After several starts and stops and immense uncertainty because of the coronavirus pandemic, Williams High School athletics is on track for a fall sports season. Vikings football, volleyball and cheer have been hitting the gym and fields for preseason practices in preparation for the official season.
The Elephant Rocks Women’s Golf Association completed its annual club championship last week.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The debate as to whether a fall sports season would actually take place within the ranks of Arizona high schools due to the coronavirus pandemic was put to rest Aug. 5.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — As schools begin to reopen whether remotely or in-person, reports of cancelled fall sports programs are trickling in. These programs include football, volleyball, cross-country, swimming and others.
PHOENIX – Research into sports-related concussions started with football injuries but has since spread to other activities where hits and falls are routine, such as hockey, soccer and cheerleading.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — As Gov. Doug Ducey announced Aug. 17 the start of the new year for Arizona schools, Williams High School has taken the first steps toward gearing up for the 2020 football season.
The Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) has created preliminary plans for high school athletic programs following Gov. Doug Ducey’s executive action to delay the start of in-person schooling to Aug. 17.
PHOENIX, Ariz. — In response to Governor Doug Ducey’s executive order for the state of Arizona, the AIA will delay the resumption of all school-related athletics and activities until Aug. 17.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Madison Olson, a senior at Williams High School, received a $500 scholarship from the Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth (CCC&Y).
WILLIAMS, Ariz — The community of Williams rallied to honor the Williams High School class of 2020 with graduation banners placed throughout downtown.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — With social distancing restrictions being relaxed, Williams will play host to the 18U Arizona State Championship Fastpitch Softball tournament June 6-7.
The Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) released guidelines for schools to return to the field at their discretion amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Heritage Charter School recognized eighth grade and kindergarten students last week.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Williams Little League has decided to cancel the season.
SEDONA - In a move that reflects a number of trends, including plummeting K-12 enrollment, the Sedona-Oak Creek School District Governing Board made a difficult decision at its May 5 teleconference meeting.
Williams Little League continues to be on hold because of Gov. Doug Ducey’s stay-at-home order.
Bearizona has begun honoring Williams High School seniors by posting their photos on their marquee at the entrance to the wildlife park.
PHOENIX — Planning is underway to prepare for reopening Arizona’s public schools in the next school year and the state’s top education official says the resulting decisions that will be made and the guidance provided to local districts will come soon.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Just before the school closure because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Williams Elementary-Middle School announced its March Students of the Month.