Sept 15-21

1620
Mayflower departs England

1780
Benedict Arnold commits treason

1793
Capitol cornerstone is laid

1858
The first transcontinental
mail service to
San Francisco begins

1963
Four black schoolgirls killed in Birmingham


2014-15 School Calendar

  • News
    <  Native American Exemption and the Affordable Care Act

    Does your  family have medical insurance? Having  an assigned doctor ensures an understanding of your child's whole health history.

    The Department of Health & Human Service will be providing information about the Affordable Care Act, help with applications and answer questions regarding Medicare. Join us at these Neighborhood Centers:
    Sept 161:30-3:30pm at Dobson Heights
    More Information


    < Safety In Schools

    We are currently assessing the overall safety and security of our school and facilities.
    Please know that we can assist if you and any student who become anxious about our safety procedures and drills. We care about your safety and the safety of our kids!

    Safety Letter to Parents



    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.  Fall Classes & Schedules >

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Calendar

Tue, Sep 16 - Wed, Sep 17
Education Board Meeting
Wednesday, September 17
Late Start ECEC
10am

Early Release
SRHS 11:45am

Friday, September 19
SRES Picture Day Retakes

Education Board Meeting

Education Board Work Sessions
Sept 16
and Sept 17 • 12pm

Ed Boardroom
This is a Board Work Session and is
 open to the public

  9-16-14 Agenda
 9-17-14 Agenda

Our Community

    School Supplies for Tribal Enrolled Students (attending public school) available at School & Community Relations • Map • Must present student’s SRPMIC Tribal ID for grades (K– 12 grades).Call 480-362-2534

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

Employment

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

Our Schools

SRPMIC-Ed Division Board Goals 2014-19

Student Performance, Support and Curriculum
• To inspire all students to strive for academic excellence and personal success
• To support the individual needs of each student
• To provide resources and knowledge within our schools for the O’odham and Piipaash cultures 

Communication
• To openly and effectively communicate across all levels
• To provide professional and courteous customer service to all  

Personnel
• To recruit, hire and retain highly qualified and effective personnel with emphasis on Community members  

Resources
• To assure adequate operating resources and ensure fiscal responsibility and stewardship of all school and Community assets
• To create and maintain a safe and nurturing environment for students and staff

Letter Grade Process & Appeal for SRPMIC schools
  SRPMIC Press Release 8-4-14
All Arizona schools are 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. Link to: Arizona Department of Education (ADE)