School News

  SRES Mathapalooza Family Night
Tuesday, Nov 25  Fun starts at 5:30pm

Join us for a fun filled evening of
Food • Games • Family • Raffles • Treats • Prizes • Music and MATH Fun!!  Judges are SRHS Student Council.

< Build a robot (1 robot entry per family)
Here are some ideas to help you build your robot: Cereal Boxes, Plastic Bottles, Milk Cartons/jugs, Shoe Boxes, Juice Containers, Any type of box, Paper, Any empty container, Use tape, glue, staples, or hot glue to put it together. Tell us what your robot’s job is. What will be its purpose?
  Mathapalooza & Robots

Christmas Program • Dec. 12 • 1pm
How the Penguins Saved Christmas!

This year the Christmas program will be held at the SRES basketball court. This is a change from our usual location at Salt River High School. All students in the FACE program, Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade will be in the program, and will be dressed as penguins. SRES will be providing each student with a shirt and a penguin mask.  Students need to wear black pants and have black socks for their hands. Also featured will be the SRES Chorus, Band and Violin Students. 

It's time to order Yearbooks!
The 2014-2015 Salt River Elementary School Yearbook is now on sale. Pre-order and save!

The cost of the yearbook will be $15 until December 19. After the Holiday Break, the price will increase to $20. After Spring Break, the price will increase to $25. Yearbooks will be delivered to students in May. Please complete this order form and pay with exact change, cash only. Receipts will be issued as record of payment. and return with payment to Mrs Yurek.

Yearbook Order Form 2014-15

Dear Parents/Guardians
Salt River Elementary School will be conducting lockdown and other safety drills at various times during the school year. This year we will be doing some “situational” lockdown/safety drills...
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Our Schools

Annual Yearly Progress for
SRES from the Spring 2014 AIMS
AYP Letter 2014

Parents Right To Know
Title I - Parents Right to Know

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)

Upcoming Events

Wednesday, November 26
Early Release
SRHS 11:45am

Thursday, November 27
No School / No Staff
Thanksgiving Holiday

Friday, November 28
No School / No Staff
Thanksgiving Holiday

Character Counts

Eye of the Tiger singers and musicians at the
November Character Counts rally.

Our November theme for Character Counts is

Our November theme for Character Counts is Responsibility.  What does Responsibility mean? It means such things as the following: Do what you are supposed to do; plan ahead; always do your best; use self-control; be self-disciplined; think before you act — consider the consequences; be accountable for your words, actions, and attitudes; set a good example for others; persevere: keep on trying! Since perseverance is a quality of being responsible the Principal will be leading students and the crowd in singing the song Eye of the Tiger. The message of this song is if you work hard enough at a goal and never give up, you can achieve that goal!


Today, 11/25/2014
High: 69 Low: 43
0% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 11/26/2014
High: 76 Low: 50
0% chance of precipitation.

We're Hiring

Our success depends on the strength of our team!
SRPMIC Indian Community Schools is looking for qualified team members:
• Early Childhood Education Teacher

• Elementary School Teacher
• Food Service
• High School Teacher(s)
• Junior High Teacher(s)
• Substitute Teacher(s)

For more opportunities with Salt River Pima-Maricopa
Community School
Employment Opportunities  May 2014