Sept 1-7

    Treaty of Paris signed

    United States nicknamed Uncle Sam

    Atlanta falls to Union forces

    Geronimo surrenders

    First ATM opens for business

    British developed the tank nicknamed Little Willie

2014-15 School Calendar

  • News
    < School Meals and Student Wellness

    New meal patterns:
    • Age appropriate calorie limits
    • More variety and larger servings of fruits and vegetables every day. SRES students will be able to choose more of their own fruits and vegetables and SRHS students will be required to choose a fruit or vegetable with lunch.
    • More whole grain products— including brown rice, whole grain breads, cereals, and pastas.
    • Limit salt, fat, and sugar.
    • A variety of fat-free and low-fat milks.

    School Meal /Wellness for Students
    ECEC Lunch Menus
    SRES Lunch Menus
    SRHS Lunch Menus 

    < Letter Grade Process & Appeal

    All Arizona schools are held accountable in a fair and equitable fashion, each school is equally evaluated both on how many of its students are passing AIMS and how much its students academically grow each year. Other factors such as dropout rate, graduation rate and English language learner reclassification information are taken into consideration.
    SRHS appealed to the AZ Education State Board for Charter Schools regarding the letter grade for 2013 year. We are happy to announce the state has our numerical grade as a 96 (which is our third D), the approved grant appeal PREVENTS the third “D” from being converted into an “F.”  Out of sixty-eight appeals by triple D schools, only three were granted and we are one of the three.
    We can achieve GREAT things this year.
    State Accountability & Letter Grade Info

    Autism/Asperger's Conference •
    Sept 12- 13

    Breakout Sessions tracks: Medical, Family and Teen/Adult
    The Special Needs Resources Program with assist SRPMIC Members with attendance, registration fee, & transportation.
    Registration Info   Conference Flyer
    Contact Zandria Ransom • Special Needs Coordinator
    480.362.6980 or 480.362.7844 (Resource Line)

    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.
    W.I.S.H. Parent Education Program • Starts Sept 10 >
    Fall Classes & Schedules >

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Monday, September 1
No School / No Staff
Labor Day Holiday
Monday, September 8
Tuesday, September 9
Education Board Meeting
Wednesday, September 10
Early Release
SRES 1:15pm


    School Supplies for Tribal Enrolled Students (attending public school) available at School & Community Relations office located Longmore & McDowell Rds • Map • Must present student’s SRPMIC Tribal ID for ages (5-18 yrs) and grades (K– 12 grades).Call 480-362-2534

Loop 101 Widening Project - Expect Delays
Construction has begin and is expected to be completed late 2016.  As a result, motorists and the public should expect periods of active construction zones on Loop 101 from Shea to Loop 202. Visit ADOT:
web page or call 1-855-712-8530.

SRPMIC Community Schools

Arizona Department of Education (ADE)
2014 A-F Letter Grades for our schools


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