Announcements


Picture Day

posted Aug 21, 2019, 4:21 PM by Shauna Bryan


 

 

 

 

Picture Day is coming to your school!

¡El día de la foto llegará pronto a su escuela!

 

Arroyo Elementary
Picture Day is 08/30/2019

 

Pre-pay online ordering!
Paque por su orden en línea.

Parents have the ability to order pictures using the link above or by visiting ios.dorianstudio.com and using the school's access key,
GBC2Z4UR, also found on your picture day envelope before and up to four (4) days after picture day.
Los padres pueden ordenar las fotos con la clave de accesso imprimido en el sobre de fotos hasta cuatro (4) dias después del día de la foto.
 

After the 4-day grace period expires, a personalized access key will be sent home with picture delivery. A $7 shipping and handling fee will be added to all orders made with a personalized access key and orders ship directly home.
DESPUÉS DE QUE EXPIRE EL PERÍODO DE GRACIA DE 4 DÍAS: Un código de acceso personalizado le será enviado a su hogar con sus pedidos. Estas órdenes incluyen una tarifa de $7 de envío. 

 

For order accuracy, please return your completed envelope on picture day for all payment types. Para la exactitud de su pedido, por favor devuelva su sobre el día de fotografía para todos los tipos del pago.

 

 

 

 

Here are some tips to make picture day great!
Aquí tiene algunos consejos para hacer de día de la foto un gran día.

Schedule Haircuts
7-10 days prior to picture day is best!

Programe los cortes de cabello.
Es el mejor 7 a 10 días antes del día de la foto!

Simple Clothing
Solid shirts or small patterns, along with sleeves, photograph best. A simple collared shirt is a timeless classic.

Ropa sencilla.
Las camisas sólidas o los diseños pequeños junto con las mangas fotografían mejor. Una camisa sencilla con cuelloes una prenda clásica qe simpre queda bien.

Logo and Text
Graphics or wording may not photograph completely and become partially cropped out of your picture.

Logos y texto.
Es posible que los grácos y los textos no sean captados  completemente o se vean cortados en la foto

If you have questions please call our
Customer Advocate Department at (800) 826-3535

 

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Meet The Teacher Night

posted Jul 26, 2019, 10:51 AM by Shauna Bryan

Dear Parents,

                Welcome to the 2019 - 2020 school year!  I am excited to have your child join us for a school year where we instill our vision, “Be a Better ME; Make a Better YOU “. 

 

                Please join us on Thursday, August 1st  for Back To School Title One Curriculum Night.  In addition to getting your child’s schedule and meeting your child’s teacher, you will get an opportunity to hear about our curriculum as well as Title One Services we offer.  We will also be providing an update on the construction that began in May 2019!  Members from McCarthy Construction and BWS Architects will be available, in the cafeteria, to answer questions and provide important information regarding the progress.  If possible, please come during one of the assigned times below (each grade level has 2 options) so we can provide you with the highest quality service:

 

Time

Pick Up Schedule in Cafeteria

Classroom Presentation

Title 1 Presentation

4:30 p.m.

Kindergarten, 2nd Grade, 4th Grade

 

 

5:00 p.m.

1st Grade, 3rd Grade, 6/7/8 Grade

Kindergarten, 2nd Grade, 4th Grade

5:00 – 5:30 - Library

5:30 p.m.

Kindergarten, 2nd Grade, 5th Grade

1st Grade, 3rd Grade, 6/7/8 Grade

 

6:00 p.m.

1st Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade

Kindergarten, 2nd Grade, 5th Grade

 

6:30 p.m.

5th Grade, 6/7/8 Grade

1st Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade

  6:30 – 7:00 - Library

7:00 p.m.

 

5th Grade, 6/7/8 Grade

 

               

                I would also like to invite you to become involved in your child’s education at Arroyo by joining our PTA.  This organization does so much for our students, their families, and the staff at Arroyo.  Joining is a simple way to become involved and you can do so on August 1st.  In addition, please pay attention to our monthly newsletters, our website (arroyo.wesdschools.org), which includes an online calendar, and other communication that comes home with your child.  We highlight upcoming school-wide events.

 

I would also like to welcome several new staff members.  Christine Wang (2nd Grade), Taijah Lee (3rd Grade), Maggie Hanson (4th Grade), Amanda Hillman (K-1 PE), Michelle Romero (Psychologist), Candice Gunion (CCSCA Instructional Assistant), Nora Vaughn (Office Technician), Heidi Deary (Speech), Kathi Harrell (Head Start Teacher), Franca Osso (Head Start Support Instructor), and Isabelle Barrett (Head Start Instructional Assistant).   We are working on filling the following positions:  Social Worker, Facility Manager, and CCSCA Instructional Assistant. 

 

Thank you for trusting us with your most valuable possession.  It is our goal to see that your child is stimulated, challenged, and engaged as a student at Arroyo.  We want to instill confidence, create a desire for lifelong learning, and teach your child the responsibilities of good citizenship.  If there is any way that I can assist you, please contact me at 602-896-5105 or email me at Philip.liles@wesdschools.org.  I look forward to meeting you and your child on Thursday, August 1st.

 

In Arroyo Tradition………HOWLLLLLL!!


 Philip Liles

Principal


Estimados Padres,

                ¡Bienvenidos al año escolar 2019 - 2020!  Me emociona tener a sus hijos con nosotros para un año escolar dónde inculcamosnuestra visión Al Mejorar NOSOTROS; Les Ayudaremos a Mejorar a USTEDES”   

 

                Favor de acompañarnos el jueves, 1o de agosto para la Noche Curricular del programa Título I de Regreso a la Escuela. Además de obtener el horario y conocer a los maestros de sus hijos, tendrán una oportunidad de escuchar acerca de nuestro currículo al igual que los Servicios del programa Título I que ofrecemos. ¡Nosotros también les proveeremos una actualización acerca de la construcción que comenzó en mayo 2019!  Miembros de ‘McCarthy Construction’ y ‘BWS Architects’ estarán disponibles en la cafetería para responder preguntas y proveer información importante en cuanto al progreso. Si es posible, favor de venir durante uno de los horarios asignados abajo (cada nivel de grado tiene 2 opciones) para poder proveerles con el servicio de mejor calidad:

 

Hora

Recoger Horario en la Cafetería

Presentación en el Salón de Clase

Presentación del Programa Título I

4:30 p.m.

Kindergarten, 2o Grado, 4o Grado

 

 

5:00 p.m.

1er Grado, 3er Grado, 6/7/8 Grado

Kindergarten, 2o Grado, 4o Grado

5:00 – 5:30 Biblioteca

5:30 p.m.

Kindergarten, 2o Grado, 5o Grado

1er Grado, 3er Grado, 6/7/8 Grado

 

6:00 p.m.

1er Grado, 3er Grado, 4o Grado

Kindergarten, 2o Grado, 5o Grado

 

6:30 p.m.

5o Grado, 6/7/8 Grado

1er Grado, 3er Grado, 4o Grado

6:30 – 7:00 Biblioteca

7:00 p.m.

 

5o Grado, 6/7/8 Grado

 

                Además, me gustaría invitarlos a involucrarse en la educación de sus hijos en la Escuela Arroyo al unirse a nuestro PTA. Esta organización hace tanto por nuestros estudiantes, sus familias y el personal en la Escuela Arroyo. Unirse es una manera simple de involucrarse y pueden hacerlo el 1o de agosto. Adicionalmente, favor de prestar atención a nuestros boletines mensuales, nuestro sitio Web (arroyo.wesdschools.org), el cual incluye un calendario en línea y otras formas de comunicación que van a casa con sus hijos. Resaltamos eventos venideros en toda la escuela.

 

Además, quiero darles la bienvenida a varios nuevos miembros del personal. Christine Wang (2o Grado), Taijah Lee (3er Grado), Maggie Hanson (4o Grado), Amanda Hillman (K-1 Educación Física), Michelle Romero (Psicóloga), Candice Gunion (Asistente de Enseñanza CCSCA), Nora Vaughn (Técnica de Oficina), Heidi Deary (Habla), Kathi Harrell (Maestra del programa Head Start), Franca Osso (Instructora de Apoyo del programa Head Start) e Isabelle Barrett (Asistente de Enseñanza del programa Head Start).  Estamos trabajando para cubrir los siguientes puestos:  Trabajador Social, Gerente de Instalaciones y Asistente de Enseñanza CCSCA.

 

Gracias por confiarnos con su posesión más valiosa. Es nuestra meta estimular, retar y comprometer a sus hijos como estudiantes en la Escuela Arroyo.  Queremos inculcar confianza, crear un deseo para aprendizaje de por vida y enseñarles a sus hijos la responsabilidad de ser buenos ciudadanos. Si existe alguna manera en la que pueda ayudarles, favor de comunicarse conmigo al 602-896-5105 o enviarme un correo electrónico a Philip.liles@wesdschools.org. Espero con anticipación conocerlos a ustedes y a sus hijos el jueves, 1o de agosto. 

 

¡En la Tradición de la Escuela Arroyo ………HOWLLLLLL!

  

Philip Liles

Director

2019-2020 Supply List

posted Jun 4, 2019, 12:07 PM by Shauna Bryan   [ updated Jun 4, 2019, 12:11 PM ]

     **All students need tennis shoes/sneakers for PE days**


Kindergarten

Backpack – 1 large (name clearly marked)

Crayola Crayons - 2 boxes (16 count)

Crayola markers - 1 box (washable)

Pencils – 1 pack (regular size)

Glue sticks – 3 pack of small (no gel)

Dry erase markers (1 package black Expo)

Ziplock bags – gallon and sandwich size

Lysol wipes

Tissue box(es)

Hand sanitizer

Paper towels

Baby wipes

All items, with the exception of backpacks, will be shared with the entire class.

 

1st Grade

Backpack (name clearly marked)

Pencil box

#2 pencils

1” 3 ring binder

Glue sticks

Crayons –1 box (16 count)

Tissues - 2 boxes

Lysol wipes – 2 packages

Dry erase markers – 3 black Expo

Colored pencils

Washable markers

2 Durable pocket folder

Ziplock bags – sandwich, gallon and snack size

1 Composition books

All items, with the exception of backpacks, will be shared with the entire class.

 

1st Grade self-contained class

Backpack (name clearly marked)

Markers

Crayons

2 pocket folders with prongs

Pencils

 

 2nd Grade

Backpack (name clearly marked)

Small pencil box

Glue sticks – 4

Crayons – 1 box

#2 pencils (no mechanical pencils please)

6 Odorless dry erase black markers

2 Wide lined composition books

1 Pocket folder

Baby wipes

Lysol wipes

Tissues – multiple boxes

2 Highlighters - any color

All items, with the exception of backpacks, will be shared with the entire class.

 

3rd Grade

Backpack (name clearly marked)

Crayons – 1 box (16 count)

Glue stick – 1 large

Pink eraser – 1 large

Markers – 1 package (not permanent markers)

3 Spiral notebooks – different colors

Tissues – 2 boxes

4 or more dry erase markers – black only

Ziplock bags – gallon, sandwich – 1 box of each

Clorox wipes - NO BABY WIPES

3 Highlighters- 1-pink, 1-green, 1-yellow

  

3rd Grade self-contained class

Backpack (name clearly marked)

Crayons 1 box (16 count)

Glue stick 1 large

Pink eraser 1 large

1 spiral notebook

2 plastic pocket folders (1red, 1 green)

Ziplock bags any size

Clorox wipes

 

4th Grade   Needed first week of school

Backpack (name clearly marked)

Tissues – multiple boxes (at least 4)

Clorox wipes -1

3 Composition books/spiral notebooks

Dry erase markers - 3

Pencils – 2 sets

Pens

4 Pocket folders

Crayons/markers/colored pencils - 1 set each

2 packs of loose-leaf paper

Highlighters


5th Grade   Needed first week of school

Backpack (name clearly marked)

3” Binder and tabs or/6 - 2 pocket folders

6 notebooks

3 Dry erase markers

Scissors

Crayons/markers/colored pencils

#2 Pencils

Glue sticks

Clean, old sock or whiteboard eraser

Tissues

Ziplock bags

Clorox wipes

Small pencil sharpener

 

5th grade self-contained class

Backpack (name clearly marked)

Clorox wipes

#2 pencils

3 Highlighters (1pink, 1green, 1yellow)

Tissues (at least 2 boxes)

Small pencil sharpener

2 composition note books

3 inch blinder with tabs or 6- Two pocket folders

2 packs of wide-ruled paper


6 - 8th Grades     Recommended for the first week of school

Gym shorts or sweat pants for PE days are required!  (Needed by the end of 1st week of school)

Backpack (name clearly marked)

Black binder - 1 ½ inch (6th and 7th graders only)

Pencil pouch

Colored pencils - 2 sets

#2 pencils

5 different colored college ruled spiral notebooks

Highlighters- multicolored pack

1 composition notebook

2 packages of college ruled paper

3 folders with both pockets and brads (green, red and blue)

Blue, black and red pens

Scientific calculator (optional for home use)

2 glue sticks

Scissors

Clear ruler

Washable markers (NO SHARPIES)

Expo markers – multiple colors

Clorox wipes

Tissues – multiple boxes

Hand sanitizer

*8th grade math 4 green folders

*8th grade writing 3-subject spiral notebook

Choir

Black binder

Pencils

  If you have difficulty obtaining any items, please ask homeroom teacher for assistance.

  

The Washington School District will supply essential materials for a successful year for students who cannot supply their own.  The list provided will give you an idea of what your child may need.  It includes items that the entire    grade level feels a student may want to have at school.  Please make sure that your child’s name is on all personal 

items.


Arroyo School Information Sheet

posted Jun 4, 2019, 12:02 PM by Shauna Bryan


School Budget 101 in 5 Minutes!

posted Aug 10, 2016, 2:00 PM by Pam Horton

YouTube Video


Title 1 Program

posted Sep 9, 2015, 3:10 PM by Shauna Bryan

Arroyo operates a Title 1 school-wide program.  Title 1 provides federal funding to schools to help students who are low achieving or at most risk of falling behind.  Title 1 funds are used to upgrade Arroyo’s entire educational program and to serve all of our students in order to raise academic achievement.  In addition, funds are used to provide additional assistance to all students who experience difficulties in meeting academic performance targets.  Services that Arroyo offers include:  reading intervention (push-in and pull-out, support for math intervention, progress monitoring with regularly scheduled data meetings to review data from DIBELS, IRI, phonics screeners, District assessments, and AzMerit), quarterly Curriculum Nights, and parent involvement opportunities. 

Parents Right to Know Title I School-wide and Title I Targeted Assistance Programs

posted Nov 20, 2012, 11:42 AM by Shauna Bryan

Did you know that parents may request information on the professional qualifications of the student’s teacher?  The information must state if

  • the teacher meets State Qualifications/licensure requirements,
  • the teacher is teaching under an Emergency Teaching Certificate,
  • the teacher has a baccalaureate degree,
  • the child receives services from a paraprofessional and
  • the qualifications of the paraprofessional.      

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