The Laveen Elementary School District curriculum is directly aligned to the Arizona State Standards. A rigorous curriculum combined with creative teaching strategies ensure that students achieve at the highest level possible.
You are your child's first and most important teacher, and we value and encourage your involvement in your child's education. Studies have shown that children do better in school when their parents are involved in their education, and we want to help you in that important mission. In this section you will find information to help you support your child's learning.
The Arizona Department of Education utilizes an A-F Letter Grade System to hold schools accountable for the academic achievement of its students. Each school is equally evaluated both on how many of its students are passing AIMS and how much its students grow academically each year. We are proud to report that all of our schools earned a letter grade of A or B this past school year.
The Laveen Elementary School District continues to make strong academic progress. We not only earned a district letter grade of B for the second straight year in a row, but also increased our overall points earned from 2011 to 2012.
Preparing Arizona Students for College, Career, and Life
Across the state, schools are implementing Arizona’s Common Core Standards to ensure that all students have the academic knowledge and skills they need to be successful in college, career, and life. Laveen Elementary School District is committed to ensuring that our curriculum and instruction meet these rigorous standards.
As parents, you can play an instrumental role in supporting your child’s learning at home and at school by:
Common Core Standards Resources:
Are you currently experiencing temporary living arrangements due to eviction, job loss, or a traumatic event? Laveen Elementary School District offers services to families through the federal McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act. The act requires that children and families who are in a temporary living situation be offered services and supports such as enrollment assistance, nutrition services, clothing or school supplies, community referrals, and in some cases, transportation. If you are living in any of the following temporary circumstances, you may fit the criteria for assistance under this act which includes:
Please contact Lin Murnane at 602-237-9100, ext. 3052, or via e-mail for more information about this program.