Our Community's Future

Important Announcements

 

STUFF THE BUS

Donate nonperishable food to benefit Salt River Schools students and Community members.

  

 Download the Stuff the Bus flyer for information on where/how to donate.

 

 

 

Enjoy an Afternoon of 

Holiday Music

with Salt River Elementary School!

  

When: Friday, Dec. 9, at 1 p.m.

Where: SRES basketball court

FACE, Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grades and SRES Gifted students will perform the musical “Christmas at the O.K. Corral." FACE, Kinder, Grades 1 & 2 students are to wear blue jeans and a solid-colored shirt.

The SRES Chorus, SRES Band and SRES Violin students will follow with their performances. Band and violin students are invited to dress nicely for their performance.

For more information, call SRES at 480-362-2400.

 

 

SRES Red Mountain Razors

will compete in the

FIRST LEGO League

regional tournament

Saturday, Dec. 10!

  

There are 30 teams competing in this tournament. Parents, classmates family and Community members are invited to attend; however, they are asked to remain in the audience area due to the large number of teams attending. For more information, call SRES at 480-362-2400.

Download the event flyer here

 

SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINES APPROACHING

The Higher Education department has researched and organized several scholarship opportunities that will benefit students needing financial aid for the 2017/18 school year.

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HIGHER EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP LIST 

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Take some time reviewing the different scholarships available and please share the information with others!

Higher Education staff welcomes calls/emails for assistance with the FAFSA form or any scholarship applications and essays. Please call 480-362-2547 or email highered@srpmic-ed.org

 

Click here for more information about the Sister Tribes Academic Reward (STAR) Scholarship, which was created to provide additional financial support for the higher education of students of the Four Sister Tribes (Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, Gila River Indian Community, Ak-Chin Indian Community, Tohono O’odham Nation) in the State of Arizona. It is an academic scholarship designed to promote academic excellence among our students and must be earned. APPLICATIONS FOR THE STAR SCHOLARSHIP ARE DUE DECEMBER 15. Download the application.

 

 

Salt River Schools

Adopts Next Generation

Board Management Technology

With the implementation of BoardDocs, Salt River Schools is leveraging cloud-based technology to radically improve the governance process while saving staff time and funding dollars. The remarkably easy-to-use service will allow the organization to maximize the effectiveness of their Education Board meetings with increased transparency, providing a basis for better and more open communication with the public, while dramatically improving productivity and saving thousands of dollars annually. Read more about BoardDocs here.

   

Click the image to visit Salt River Schools' BoardDocs site!

 

 

Check out Higher Education's New 

College and Career Center

at Salt River High School 

    

The new center  will be staffed by Higher Education staff every Friday (or by student appointment other days) and sits in an easily-accessible location at Salt River High School to more effectively serve students needing assistance and/or guidance with college and career planning. Learn more about the importance and impact of the College and Career Center here.

 

For more information, contact Higher Education at

480-362-2547 or email highered@srpmic-ed.org.  

 

 

 

Other Announcements:

 

   SRS Student Conduct

and Discipline Handbook

2016-2017 

  

 

   

  

Salt River Schools Recognized

as one of 100

azcentral.com’s Top Companies 

 

  

 

  

ENROLL NOW!

Salt River Schools now has a fillable

form you can complete and print!

   

Families are encouraged and welcome

to submit the packet for new and returning

students for 2016-2017 

  

  

 

Student Transportation Information