Share your thoughts and ideas with your State and U.S. Lawmakers
The Arizona Legislature meets annually and makes decisions on education bills that have a major impact on the state’s educational system and your neighborhood school. State lawmakers are also responsible for creating a state budget.
A majority of Amphitheater Public School's funding comes from the state of Arizona.
The school district also receives funding from the federal government for programs such as:
- Title I (Federal funding for schools/districts with a high percentage of low-income families.)
- Special Education (Serving students with disabilities.)
- English as a Second Language (Serving English language learners.)
It is important for lawmakers to hear from the people they represent regarding:
- School funding
- Educational priorities
- Education bills
Contact your lawmakers | CLICK HERE for a helpful PDF
To find out who your State and U.S. Legislators are: https://www.azleg.gov/findmylegislator/
Contact Information for Legislators: http://www.azleg.gov/MemberRoster.asp
To contact the Governor’s office: https://azgovernor.gov/engage/form/contact-governor-ducey
To show your support or opposition of a bill directly online, use the “Request to Speak” system: https://apps.azleg.gov/Account/SignOn
The following organizations have advocacy toolkits available for you to take action. You can also subscribe to newsletters from these organizations to receive up-to-date legislative updates and alerts.