AIA PRESS CENTER
Madison Joanne Fields
Joseph City High School
Student of the Year
Madisonâ€™s academic record reflects near perfection: an exceptional attendance record, a cumulative GPA among the highest in her class, and National Honor Society standing all while completing â€˜honorsâ€™ courses to meet her graduation requirements. Miss Fields combines a bright intellect with an uncompromising work ethic, unwavering determination and fierce competitiveness. Madison has participated in numerous sports throughout her years at Joseph City; most of which were at the varsity level. She has also been involved with the Theater/Drama program all four years at Joseph City and has contributed to the Varsity Cheer squad.
Madison is personable and possesses many characteristics of leadership. Demonstrating these abilities through student government, she will be concluding her service as President of Student Council at Joseph City. Maintaining as high a level of energy and commitment in her position in Student Council as she has given to her academic and athletic endeavors has led her to become an outstanding role model to her peers.
Dr. Anna Battle to serve on NFHS Board of Directors
The National Federation of State High Schools (NFHS) National Council has elected Dr. Anna Battle, assistant superintendent of plant operations, Tempe Union High School District (TUHSD), to serve as the at large representative from Sections 3 and 7 on the NFHS Board of Directors. Read More.
2014 Sollenberger Classic
The 2014 edition of the Sollenberger Classic, presented by Station Casinos, will again be held in Las Vegas at Fertitta Field on the campus of Bishop Gorman High School. The Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) participants will feature 2013 Division I State Champion Mountain Pointe High School and a Division I Quarterfinal team in Brophy Prep. The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association (NIAA) participants will feature 2013 Division I State Champion Bishop Gorman High School and Division I Runner-up Reed High School. Read more.