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Articles from February 2021

Kids Club Adjusts Programming Due to Vacancies

Due to a high number of vacant staffing positions in our Kids Club programs, we are making temporary adjustments to the following childcare programs:

  • Rogers Ranch – Morning Care Suspended Until Further Notice
  • M.C. Cash – Afternoon Care participants will be bussed to Cheatham School
  • Laveen School – Before Care Suspended Until Further Notice
  • Laveen School – After School Care will be bussed to Cheatham School

Parents of participants bussed to Cheatham will need to pick their child up at Cheatham School  until the programs at the home school are staffed according to state licensing regulations.

We are actively recruiting new staff members. Interested in applying? Open positions can be found under the Employment tab of our website. Search “Kids Club”

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Laveen Online Academy Now Enrolling For 2021-22

Over the last year Laveen has found the online learning option to be a popular choice among families. In an effort to continue to meet this need, the Laveen School District plans to open a full online school, Laveen Online Academy, beginning with the 2021-22 school year.  For those students accepted, the Laveen Online Academy will be their new home school for the entire school year. Unlike this year’s Distance Learning Model, students will not have the flexibility to move in and out of online instruction.

Visit our Laveen Online Academy page for more details and to register for next year.

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Three Laveen Students Receive “I Can Do It!” Award

Three of Laveen’s special education students have been recognized with the 2021 “I Can Do It!” award.

Jesus Milan Valenzuela, MC Cash 8th grade student; Mia Carbajal, Laveen 7th grade student; and Brianna Gonzales, Laveen 7th grade student were nominated for the award presented by the Arizona Council for Exceptional Children.

This award recognizes students for excelling, despite their disability, in academics, art, athletics, community service, employment, self-advocacy, technology or independent life skills.

Jesus was nominated by teacher Lauren DiDonna, Mia was nominated by teacher Leah Hall, and Brianna was nominated by Speech Pathologist Kim Horack.

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