Oct 20-26

1803
U.S. Senate ratifies the Louisiana Purchase

1867
Plains Indians sign key provisions of the Medicine Lodge Treaty in Kansas
This new system in which the Plains Tribes were required to relocate to a clearly bounded reservations.
More information

1968
Fosbury flops to an
Olympic record

2014-15 School Calendar

  • News

    < Fall Carnival Fun for Families • Oct 24
    6-9pm
    C
    ostume Contest Age categories 0-5, 6-10, 11-15, 16+
    Sign up begins at 6pm • Contest begins at 7pm
    limit 10 per group to sign up 1st and 2nd place winners
    Sign up at stage area, first come first serve, No Exceptions!!   
    This is CASH ONLY EVENT, tickets will not be sold
    Contact: Melissa Cooper • 480 362-5783



    < Visit if you dare!
    Haunted Library • Oct 31 • 6-8pm
    As our host Count Dracula says, “It’s better to read than bleed”
    Kid friendly “Tunnel of Terror” • Haunted games & prizes & candy
    Blood punch & Soylent Green cookies
    Salt River Tribal Library 480-362-2557



    < The SRHS "Eagles" welcome Mr. Dwayne Manuel
    Everywhere you go around Salt River High School you see smiles and feel the energy in students and staff. The High School welcomes Dwayne Manuel as their newest art teacher who brings his love and energy to teaching his students.. Read More >



    < October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
    Domestic violence is a pattern of behavior that includes the use or threat of violence and intimidation for the purpose of gaining power and control over another person. Violence is characterized by: Physical Abuse, Sexual Abuse, Economic Abuse, Isolation, Emotional Abuse, Control, or Verbal Abuse.
      DHHS October Events

    •SRP-MIC Prevention Intervention Program 480-362-2706/5616
    • Shelter & Services List in Arizona- click here

    • Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence
    602-279-2900 or 1-800-782-6400 (8:30am-5pm, M-F)
    • National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)

     



    First Things First Programs For Families

    A child's most important developmental years are those leading up to kindergarten. 
    First Things First is committed to helping Arizona kids five and younger receive the quality education, healthcare and family support they need to arrive at school healthy and ready to succeed.  Classes & Schedules >

Our Community

Special Needs Resources Program
October Calendar 2014

LEARN Opportunity Center • October Workshops
October Calendar 2014
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Employee Benefits Fair
11/5 • 7-4pm Casino Arizona
11/6  • 7-4pm Talking Stick Resort
11/7 • 7-4pm Round House/Two Waters
Read more...

Native American Exemption and the Affordable Care Act
Read more...

School Supplies for Tribal Enrolled Students
(attending public school)
Read more...

Our Schools

More about SRPMIC-Ed Division Board Goals for 2014-15

Letter Grade Process & Appeal for SRPMIC schools
  SRPMIC Press Release 8-4-14
All Arizona schools are evaluated on how many of its students are passing AIMS and student academic growth each year. To view a listing of results of Arizona schools: Arizona Department of Education (ADE)

Employment

Our success depends on the strength of our team!
SRPMIC Indian Community Schools is looking for qualified team members:
• Elementary School Teacher
• Technology
• Transportation
• 
High School Teacher(s)
• Substitute Teacher(s)
For more opportunities with our Schools
Employment Opportunities