School News

Pre-Order yearbooks Now!
The 2014-2015 Salt River Elementary School Yearbook is now on sale.

The cost of the yearbook is $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

SRES Christmas Program with penguins, music and songs.
Special thanks to Mrs Decker for a a truly impressive program.

Robotics team meets with member of a US President’s Cabinet
Our team was invited to meet the visiting US Secretary of Energy, Dr. Ernest Moniz, at Arizona State University. Dr. Moniz is visiting our state as part of a series of meetings with tribal leaders across the country on energy issues. He will be accompanied by DOE (Dept of Energy) Office of Indian Energy Director, Pilar Thomas. Dr. Moniz spoke to our students about the importance of science, stressing that they would find many jobs in the country if they stuck with science.

Mathapalooza Family Night Slideshow- Click here

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

Mon, Dec 22 - Fri, Dec 26
Winter Break
Tuesday, December 23
Thursday, December 25
Merry Christmas

Saturday, December 27
Mon, Dec 29 - Fri, Jan 2
Winter Break
Wednesday, December 31
Thursday, January 1
No School / No Staff
New Year's Day Holiday

Character Counts

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

December Character Counts Pillar: Fairness What does Fairness mean? It means such things as the following: Play by the rules; take turns and share; be open-minded; listen to others; don’t take advantage of others; don’t blame others carelessly; treat all people fairly. As for fairness, this is a theme that can be taught in various ways. For example, in the fictional story of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, there is a lesson Santa learns about the importance of treating everyone fairly. He did not treat the “Misfit Toys” fairly and had been sending them away unwanted because the toys were not perfect. At the end of the story though the “Misfit Toys” are cheered up when Santa and Rudolph arrive to pick them up and deliver them to children around the world. The Santa character in Rudolph chose to show fairness when he realized he was not treating all “people” fairly.

As for this month’s rally, there is no Character Counts Rally in December. Rather there is a Holiday/Christmas music program titled “How the Penguins Saved Christmas” set for 1pm on the SRES basketball courts on Dec.12. There is also our annual holiday Fun Run set for 10am on Dec.19.

Thank you! And remember to do your best to treat all people fairly.


Today, 12/20/2014
High: 65 Low: 42
Partly sunny
0% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 12/21/2014
High: 66 Low: 44
Partly sunny
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:
• Food Service
• SRES Math Specialist
• ESS Teacher (Co-Teach)
• SRES 2nd Grade Teacher
For more opportunities with Salt River Pima-Maricopa
Community School
Employment Opportunities  May 2014