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Questions? Email the School Communications & PR Director Taté Walker at email@example.com or call 480-362-2570.
March 22, 2017: Community Forum Presentation
Salt River Schools reaches out to stakeholders, including students, parents/guardians and the Community, in multiple ways. Recently, our Superintendent, Dr. Louis Laffitte, Jr., began sharing critical Division information and his vision with stakeholders at what will become quarterly "Community Forums." These forums are a chance to meet with Dr. Laffitte, learn about the challenges and opportunities of Salt River Schools and share ideas, suggestions and concerns with Division leadership. A full meal (and snacks!) will be served at the next Community Forum March 30. The event will be held at the Lehi Community Building from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Can't make it? Download Dr. Laffitte's presentation here.
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March 21, 2017: Communicating Student-Focused Change & Progress
A letter to Salt River Schools staff, students and families regarding changes seen and felt in the Division, as well as ways to actively engage in the Division's decision-making process.
March 13, 2017: Invitation to Participate in Strategic Planning
A letter to Salt River Schools' stakeholders (staff, parents/guardians and families, students and Community members) to join us as we embark on a 5-year strategic planning process.
February 2, 2017: In emergency situations, student and staff safety is our No. 1 priority
An informational letter to parents and guardians about the lockdown emergency that occurred Feb. 1, 2017.
January 9, 2017: Preview: Robots take over at Salt River High School tournament
Students in the robotics class at Salt River High School create snap-together robots to compete against each other. Photo by Taté Walker, Salt River Schools Communications and Public Relations Director.
January 9, 2017: Salt River High School hosts first-ever STEAM Night on Jan. 24.
See how students infuse cultural knowledge (for instance, learning the indigenous uses of devil's claw) into STEAM curriculums (science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics) at Salt River High School's first-ever STEAM Night for families and the Community! Photo courtesy of Salt River Schools.
December 20, 2016: Year-End Reflections from Superintendent Dr. Louis Laffitte, Jr.
Salt River Schools Division staff and administrators, as well as extra helpers, prepare to deliver food and gifts donated during the 2016 Stuff the Bus campaign. Photo by Taté Walker, Salt River Schools Communications and Public Relations Director.
December 8, 2016: SRHS drama students pen their own showcase, Hamlet at Hogwarts
October 21, 2016: Salt River Schools opens the doors to the Division's first College and Career Center
Salt River High School 8th grader Ava Chiago holds up her "college cookies" during the College and Career Center Open House Oct. 21. Photo by Taté Walker, Salt River Schools Communications and Public Relations Director.
October 21, 2016: Salt River Elementary commitment to health, wellness exemplified in new running track
SRPMIC President Delbert Ray and Salt River Schools Superintendent Dr. Louis Laffitte high-five students running on the Salt River Elementary School track for the first time Oct. 21. Photo by Taté Walker, Salt River Schools Communications and Public Relations Director.