SUSD Parents of Students in Grades 5, 6 and 7:
Information about your students’ middle school math placement for the 2017-18 school year is now available in Parent Data Central.
Step by step directions for how to access Parent Data Central:
For more information about math course placement processes at the middle level, please see the Frequently Asked Questions document in the SUSD Information Backpack located at: https://concrete.susd.org/directory/information-backpack/middle-school/middle-level-math-information/
On May 19, the vendor request form below will go away and will be replaced by our new electronic flyer service provider, Peachjar. Our district will cooperate with approved community partners by posting digital flyers online and through email distribution. Thank you for helping us be more environmentally friendly, embrace innovative technology and maintain fiscal responsibility. Watch this space for more details as our transition date gets closer.
SUSD offers Honors level coursework in English Language Arts (ELA) at all middle schools, grades 6-8.
The phrase for Red Ribbon Week this year is "Hats off to you for making good choices", which means that students can wear a hat daily! There are different themes for each day:
Monday - Sock it to Drugs - wear crazy socks and hats
Tuesday - Power-up Against Drugs - wear superhero clothes and hats (but no masks or full costumes please!)
Wednesday - Black Out Drugs - wear black colors and hats
Thursday - Team Up Against Drugs - wear team jerseys/clothes and hats
Friday - Brighten Your Life by Saying NO to Drugs - wear neon clothes
AzMERIT Results are Now Available!
Student score reports for the 2016 AzMERIT ELA and Math assessments are now available as a digital download. To access your score report(s), please follow these instructions. Paper versions of the family score reports will be available from your school when school resumes in August; information on paper report distribution will be available from your school.