Developing in our children the knowledge, skills, and character to achieve academic excellence, personal growth, and success in a safe, positive environment.
The Arizona Department of Health Services requires that all 11-year-old children entering sixth grade obtain two adolescent vaccines, Tdap and Meningococcal (MCV4), or provide a valid exemption. These new immunizations are important as they will provide protection against …Read More about Immunizations Required for 11-Year-Olds Entering 6th Grade
The distribution of school meals will be changing once classes start on August 3. Meals will again be served on a free, reduced-price, or paid basis depending on a family’s eligibility status. Meals will be served curbside daily …Read More about Child Nutrition Announces New School Meal Distribution Beginning August 3
Classes start on August 3 for all students through online/distance learning. Laveen has created a number of resources for parents to better understand how this will work. Be sure to watch our Distance Learning Overview video and check …Read More about Learn More about Laveen’s Online Learning Plan
Located in the southwest valley, the Laveen Elementary School District serves over 7,000 students in grades kindergarten through eighth across eight schools. Laveen offers a complete curriculum that is aligned to the Arizona College and Career Ready Standards. Laveen is proud of its 1:1 student to computing device ratio to further support student achievement. In addition to offering art, PE, and music, each of our eight schools offer a spotlight program that further meets the needs of their students. Find out more on our “Choose Laveen” page.
See what makes each of Laveen's 8 great schools outstanding.