Parents save the morning of Friday, Jan 19th 2018 to view your children’s school options at Chaparral High School, Cocopah Middle School and (for any of the pre-K students or possible incoming students) Sequoya. We have limited space, so if you plan to attend – please register. All are invited – so if you have friends
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Check out the following morning and evening forums with the Superintendent, Dr. Denise Birdwell and members of the SUSD Cabinet at our community – Chaparral High School: [Updated: 11/08/2017]
Dear Parents, Please see the attached communication from Superintendent Birdwell, regarding the state’s new A-F accountability system.
Good Afternoon Parents, Please see the attached letter from Superintendent Dr. Denise Birdwell regarding yesterday’s DACA decision.
The Gurian Fall Institute: Michael Gurian and Rosalind Wiseman – The Learning Minds of Boys and Girls
Sign Up Now, and Join us on September 9-10, 2017!
Good morning SUSD Parents & Staff, As we approach the end of the school year, some of our campuses are preparing to become construction zones over the summer, and we want to provide you with an update on bond and override activity across the district. First, we have created a central hub for communications on
The City of Scottsdale offers a Back-to-School Program for Scottsdale students from K-12 that qualify. If you’re interested, please see below for more information or contact our Community Specialist, Mariela Duarte at (480) 389-8115. [SequoyaAPT]
Parents save the morning of Friday, Dec.2 to view your children’s school options at Chaparral High School, Cocopah Middle School and (for any of the pre-K students or possible incoming students) Sequoya. We have limited space, so if you plan to attend – please register. All are invited – so if you have friends also
It’s time to vote! Nov. 3rd is the deadline to mail in your ballot. Nov. 8th is Election Day! This year’s General Election includes two questions affecting SUSD – a bond proposal and a capital override proposal (called a “budget increase” on the ballot). These measures will work together to provide critical funding for our