School News

Student Council Elections
 A great success


A special thank you to all Salt River departments who helped the students. Thank you to Officer Brown (shown here) and Officer Cendejas from the SR Police Dept., Chief Makil from the SR Fire Dept. and Dr. Clary from Education. They are helping students know that their vote counts!!!
   

    International Dot Day Student Projects

We have dots in many things we use today, in language, math, science and also in technology.(Exclamation points, decimals, web addresses.)

International Dot Day was celebrated by SRES September 15 and the event was named after a book, The Dot, by Peter H. Reynolds. The Dot, which has become a worldwide phenomenon, is about encouraging children to create something that could ‘make their mark’ in the world. That’s exactly what we want to do to celebrate International Dot Day at Salt River Elementary. It fits perfectly with many strands we have begun in school: Helping children believe in themselves, encouraging them to be better writers and creating their own content, leaving a mark as good citizens!

Mr. Fernando and Mrs Yurek are encouraging every class to let students take a dot (a circle) and do something creative.
For more information visit: International Dot Day
Mr. Fernando Blog
     


Check out the silly fun students & teachers had at the Character Counts Assembly.

 


Our Schools

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)

Education Board Meeting

Monday, September 22  • 5:15pm • Ed Boardroom
4815 N. Center / Center & Chaparral

Board Meetings are open to the public

  9-22-14 Agenda

Character Counts



Our September theme for Character Counts is Trustworthiness.

What does trustworthiness mean? It means such things as the following: Build trust and credibility with integrity (consistency between beliefs, words and actions); honesty (truthfulness, sincerity and candor); promise-keeping, and loyalty (fidelity to family, friends, and country). Please help reinforce the importance of trustworthiness with your child.


Upcoming Events

Friday, September 19
SRES Picture Day Retakes

Monday, September 22
Education Board Meeting
Tue, Sep 23 - Thu, Sep 25
Thursday, September 25
Friday, September 26
No School / No Staff
Native American Day Holiday
Sunday, September 28

Weather

Today, 9/19/2014
High: 93 Low: 77
Slight chance thunderstorms
17% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 9/20/2014
High: 96 Low: 77
Slight chance thunderstorms
22% 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
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Employment Opportunities  May 2014