Our annual Meet Your Teacher Night is August 1 from 5pm to 7pm at all Laveen schools. Visit your child’s classroom, meet the school staff and other families, and complete any last minute paperwork. School starts August 5.
The Arizona Department of Health Services requires that all 11-year-old children entering sixth grade obtain two adolescent vaccines, Tdap and Meningococcal (MCV4), or provide a valid exemption. These new immunizations are important as they will provide protection against serious illness.
Tdap is a combination vaccine that provides protection against three bacterial diseases — Tetanus, Diphtheria, and Pertussis (Whooping Cough). Meningococcal prevents against four types of bacterial meningitis.
Parents should review their child’s immunization records. If these vaccinations have not been received, the child should obtain the vaccination at either their doctor’s office or an immunization clinic. Proof of immunizations will need to be received before the student can begin school on August 6.
Students who do not have these required shots, or a valid exemption, will not be allowed to start school. Children who are not yet 11 will be required to get the new immunizations once they turn 11.
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All Laveen schools are currently enrolling students for the 2019-20 school year. Visit any of our school offices to enroll your child.
Please bring the following documents:
- Proof of Residence (examples include: utility bill, rental agreement, mortgage statement, etc.)
- Child’s Immunization Record
- Child’s Original Birth Certificate (copies not accepted)
- Parent/Guardian’s Photo ID
Visit our registration page for more information.
Extended Enrollment Hours
On Tuesday, July 23 all Laveen schools, with the exception of Vista del Sur, will be holding extended office hours to accommodate new registrations. All school office will be open on this date from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
*Please note, Vista del Sur is an accelerated school and students must take an assessment prior to enrolling. Paseo Pointe is a dual language immersion (DLI) school. Students entering kindergarten – second grade must enroll in the DLI program (DLI will expand a grade level each year).
Desert Meadows is currently enrolling preschoolers for the 2019-20 school year.
This full day academics-based preschool is open to children ages 3-5 years old. Desert Meadows School’s signature program is computer science. Preschoolers are exposed to basic computer science skills, including coding, that encourages critical thinking and prepares them as they move up into the elementary level classes.
Preschool registrations must be completed in person at the Kids Club office located at Desert Meadows School. Visit our preschool page for more details including fees, requirements, and program offerings.
Classes in the Laveen Elementary School District resume Monday, August 5. Click on the links below for all the information you need for the new school year.
Beginning on May 20, all Laveen school and district offices will generally be open Monday – Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. throughout the summer. Please visit the school’s website for individual closings. Our regular Monday – Friday schedule will resume July 22.
All offices will be closed on May 27 for Memorial Day and July 4 for Independence Day.
All schools, except Vista del Sur, will be holding extended registration hours on July 23 from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
For information on Summer Meal hours visit Child Nutrition’s Summer Meals page.
School might be out, but Laveen schools are serving breakfast and lunch to all kids all summer!
Children 18 years and younger may join us throughout the summer for nutritious breakfast and lunch. All kids’ meals are free. Breakfast and Lunch will be served at five of our school sites. New for 2019, we will also be serving an afternoon snack and dinner at the Playa Margarita Community Center, 3615 W. Roeser.
There are no income requirements and you do not need to register. Children do not need to be enrolled in a Laveen school to participate.
The summer meal program is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Visit our Summer Meals page for locations, serving times, and additional information.
Laveen School’s MESA (Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement) team placed in the AZMESA Day state competition. Held at the University of Arizona, this annual statewide competition challenges teams to solve problems through engineering and design.
Laveen’s team took 3rd Place in the Tape and Paper Canoe challenge and 4th Place in the Cargo Bottle Rocket challenge.
Additionally, 6th grade student Haden Morales was named Student of the Year.
Ms. Tiffany Lorona is the team’s sponsor.
Laveen School 6th grade student, Haden Morales, has been named Student of the Year by AZMESA (Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement), a school based outreach program designed to increase access to Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) pathways and encourage college readiness.
Morales was a member of Laveen School’s MESA team which competed at AZMESA Day at the University of Arizona. This annual statewide competition challenges teams to solve problems through engineering and design.
In addition to Morales’s award, the Laveen team took 3rd and 4th Place in two categories, the Tape and Paper Canoe and Cargo Bottle Rocket.