Laveen’s Kids Club is now enrolling for Fall Break Camp. Camp is open to children in Grades preschool-6 and will be held Oct.9-13 at Desert Meadows School. Visit our Day Camp page for details and to register.
Eight Laveen schools were recognized by PBISAZ for installing and sustaining Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) systems to improve the academic and behavioral outcomes of students. All eight received the highest level of award, Level 4, which recognizes schools with fidelity at all levels. The Laveen School District has more Level 4 awards than any other district in Arizona.
Congratulations to Laveen, M.C. Cash, Vista, Cheatham, Desert Meadows, Paseo Pointe, Rogers Ranch and Estrella Foothills!
Check out the September issue of our school newsletter, The Hawk. Past issues can be found under the “About Us” tab.
Each year one teacher from each school is selected to receive the district’s Excellence in Education Award. This prestigious award is given to those who attain high academic achievement for their students, provide exceptional service and leadership at their school, and make a positive difference outside of the classroom and in the community.
Congratulations to Laveen Elementary School, Jonathan Clauss
Academic Services is seeking community members, teachers, instructional coaches, and administrators to serve in a leadership capacity to research and evaluate math programs for Grades K–8. Participants chosen for this role will be trained in evaluative criteria prior to reviewing programs and accompanying resources. Our first meeting dates are scheduled for September 21st and October 2nd at the Laveen Education Center, 5001 W. Dobbins.
To apply, community members, teachers, and instructional coaches must submit a brief letter of interest to their school principal by Thursday, September 7th. Letters of interest will only be accepted with principal approval. Please direct any questions to Dr. Tracy Watkins, Executive Director of Curriculum and Instruction at email@example.com.
Check out the August issue of our school newsletter, The Hawk. Past issues can be found under the “About Us” tab.
All Laveen students and their families are encouraged to join us on Thursday, August 3rd for Meet the Teacher Night.
Participants will receive their class assignments and have the opportunity to meet their child’s teacher, learn about the classroom, and gather any other information needed to start the 2023-2024 school year. Families are welcome to stop by their child’s school between 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
The Laveen School District is transitioning to a new communications platform for the 2023-24 school year.
ParentSquare is a robust communications platform that combines tools such as email, text, classroom updates, sign-ups, scheduling, and updates into one easy-to-use platform.
Laveen families can download the app or log in to the dashboard. From there, you will see secure messages from your child’s teacher, classroom updates, classroom photo galleries, and school event calendars. You’ll be able to sign up for conferences and volunteer opportunities. If you have multiple children in our schools, you can see all these notifications at once or toggle between children to see relevant information for each individual child.
Learn more at www.LaveenSchools.org/Parentsquare
Check out the June/July issue of our school newsletter, The Hawk. Past issues can be found under the “About Us” tab.
Laveen Child Nutrition Services will be serving free breakfast and lunch to children in the Laveen community at all nine Laveen schools through the Summer Meal program.
Children 18 years and younger may enjoy a nutritious breakfast and lunch in our school cafeterias. All kids’ meals are free. There are no income requirements and you do not need to register. Children do not need to be enrolled in a Laveen school to participate. The summer meal program is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Summer meal service begins May 30, 2023. Meals will be served in the school cafeteria on select dates and times. Curbside meal pickup is no longer offered due to the expiration of federal waivers that permitted this practice. Adult meals are available for purchase; breakfast is $2.50 and lunch is $3.50.
Visit our Summer Meal page for the schedule and more details.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.