2040 W. Omar Dr.
Tucson, AZ 85704 (Google Maps)
7:30 AM - 3:30 PM, Mon - Fri
Grades K - 5:
8:15 AM - 2:45 PM, Mon, Tue, Thu & Fri
8:15 AM - 1:15 PM, Wed (Early Out)
AM Class 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM Tue - Fri
PM Class 11:45 AM – 1:45 PM Tue - Fri
*Playground supervision & breakfast services starts at 8:00 AM.
2017-2018 Early dismissal will be on Tuesdays.
If a student is tardy, she/he must report to the office to sign in before going to class.
Students are not to arrrive to school until 8:00 AM. The playground is supervised from 8:00 A.M. until classes begin. If you have a need for child care earlier than 7:30 A.M., the Community Extention Program (C.E.P.) may be able to help you. You may call 888-2727, Extension 107 (Main CEP Line), 696-6172 (Donaldson Direct) for information about this day care program. We don't want your child to miss out!
There was so much celebrating at our April Spirit Assembly! Mrs. McCabe gave away awards for the reading challenge including bikes! We also celebrated students of the month, Kind Kid award, Invention Convention winners and of course, the golden dolphin winners! Click for more pictures.
Our Catch Me If You Can Odyssey of the Mind Team is headed to the World Competition in Michigan next month! We are so proud of all your hard work! Thank you to Mrs. Deatherage and Mrs. Yewell for coaching this amazing team.
We had an EPIC celebration at our January Spirit Assembly! Click the headline to see more pictures! Congratulations to Mrs. Smalley's class for winning the Little Golden Dolphin Award, Mrs. McCabe for winning the Big Golden Dolphin Award and Mrs. Mons' class for winning the Spirit Stick.
Mrs. Yewell was awarded $5,000 through the Wishes for Teachers grant. The grant is sponsored by the Fiesta Bowl.The grant recipients were honored at the Cactus Bowl in Phoenix on December 27th. Mrs. Yewell's wish is to have the opportunity to experience a MakerBot Replicator+ which is a 3D printer. The printer will be used to positively impact our school and students by allowing them to have the opportunity to create whatever they imagine! Way to go, Mrs. Yewell!