10475 E. Lakeview Drive Scottsdale, AZ 85258   MAP
Phone: 480-484-2400 | Fax: 480-484-2401
Office Hours: 7:30am - 3:30pm | School Hours: 8:45am - 3:15pm
Dr. Katie Root, Principal | Brooke Williams, Assistant Principal
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Laguna Announcements

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Health Office: End of the School Year

Medications & Health office items: Please remember to pick up all medications and medical supplies brought to the health office this school year by the last day of school, May 25th.
All items left after that day will be disposed of.

Immunization records: are a requirement for school attendance. New records are needed for entry into kindergarten and 6th grade. Current pre‐K and 5th grade students will need updated paperwork next school year. Please bring in all new/updated immunization records after you make those well visits. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions about requirements.

Wishing you all a healthy and happy summer!

Nurse Patty


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Middle Level English Language Arts
 
SUSD Parents of Students in Grades 5, 6 and 7: 
SUSD offers Honors level coursework in English Language Arts (ELA) at all middle schools, grades 6-8.

Information about your student’s middle school  English Language Arts registration and placement for the 2017-18 school year has been sent to all parents via email.  This information is also available for parents to review in Parent Data Central.  
 
Click here for step by step directions for how to access Parent Data Central. English | Spanish
 
Please notice the Summer Reading expectations for middle level students enrolled in general education English Language Arts or honors English Language Arts are included in the information available for parents as well.
 
If you have any questions, please contact your son/daughter’s teacher or principal.

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Open House

Apr 18, 2017

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Each year an invitation to join the Laguna Improvement Team (LIT) is extended to parents, community members and staff. LIT is a site-based council comprised of parents, a business representative, teachers, and classified staff that monitors the business of the school. This includes providing input about school processes and practices, tax credit expenditures, and gathering information to inform key stakeholders. This is a two-year commitment. Please consider submitting a nomination form for yourself or for someone else who would like to be considered for this important leadership role.

Nomination Form


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Flyer-Click here to learn information about the program and the income requirements. 

 


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Laguna Event Photos

Mar 17, 2017

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Empty Bowls Activity

Oct 24, 2016

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The students in Robin Wynne's PANDA preschool classes have created two beautiful, ceramic bowls to be sold at the annual Alli Ortega Empty Bowls sale.  The sale is on November 30th, from 11am-6pm, at the Scottsdale Community College's, Student Center Cafeteria.  All proceeds of the sale will be donated to Vista del Camino Social Services, which provides a variety of assistance for Scottsdale residents that are in crisis and require basic needs, including food.  The preschool students first learned about community with Ms. Robin, and then on Monday, October 17th, they were visited by representatives of Scottsdale Arts. 

Together they read the story, Curious George Makes Pancakes, in which Curious George make delicious, blueberry pancakes for a fundraiser in his community.  Afterwards, inspired by the story, the children made blueberry pancakes out of clay using rollers, spatulas, paint, and cookie cutters.  All of their delicious-looking pancakes were connected together in a bowl form, and of course "syrup" was poured on top.  These outstanding citizens were all eager to do something in order to help others, and, at $10/bowl, their efforts will help feed their fellow community!  After their hard work, the students enjoyed a well-deserved treat--blueberry pancakes!  

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Frankenstein Projects

Oct 24, 2016

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This project was made possible due to a grant from the National Science Foundation, ASU’s Center for Science and the Imagination (CSI) will present a range of engaging activities and events for the public to address questions of learning and efficacy with regards to science and emerging technologies. Victor’s Workbench outreach residencies provide experiments, crafting, and problem-solving activities for students that pose questions relating to science’s social and ethical implications.


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DESERT MOUNTAIN FLYER

The Football Booster Club: The Grid Iron: is excited to invite your students to attend our upcoming home game, Friday, October 28th vs Boulder Creek. 

There will be VIP seating for any future wolves, gifts and even a snack from the snack bar. Students should arrive by 6:30, wearing their Laguna Shirt, enter through the west endzone and will be directed to their reserved seats for them. 

Desert Mountain is going to announce Laguna, so let's be there to cheer loud and proud for our Wolves.

 


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Happy Fall Break!

Oct 07, 2016

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Happy World

Oct 04, 2016

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August Stetho-Scoop

SPANISH TRANSLATION

This month's issue covers a lot of great topics including immunization requirements, maintaining healthy summer habits, and overall health office expectations and descriptions. 


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Author visits Laguna

Aug 18, 2016

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Mr. Savage visited and got our students super excited about reading his new Mysteries of Cove series. In addition, he spent time with the students focusing on the idea; Anybody could change the world one idea at a time. Such a great message! Finally, as a group Savage and some of our students created a story in which our "Protagonist" has to over a "Problem" encountering many "Obstacles" along the way, and finally reaching the "Consequences" (Good and Bad) for her actions throughout the story! It was fantastic!

J Scott Savage is the author of 17 published novels, including the Farworld series, the Case File 13 series, and the Mysteries of Cove series. He lives in a canyon of the Rocky Mountains. He has four children, five grandchildren, and an awesome wife. He loves camping, reading, playing games, and of course WRITING! He has met lots of cool authors, including; Rick Riordan, James Dashner, Shannon Hale, and many others. 

 


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Letter from Superintendent

-Dr. Birdwell advises you on our districts goals and how we can work together to make your child's education the best it can be. 

Letter from Assistant Superintendent

-Dr. McNeil explains important information about the first 3 days of school (early release days)


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Please see attached letter explaining the application process for free and reduced lunch. 

You may also skip the letter and go right to this link. 

FREE AND REDUCED LUNCH (WEBSITE)

Explanation Letter

 


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Laguna truly has some amazing students. Click on this link below to learn more about our outstanding WordMasters achievement. Celebrations to Kate Farrell, Jordan Wolff, and Youssef Nasef

WordMasters Press Release


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Laguna Elementary School is moving full S.T.E.A.M ahead! This means learning revolves around Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics.  In the past fifteen years Laguna has earned three national and six state awards for excellence, which include an A School of Excellence by the Arizona Educational Foundation and an Excelling “A” Label from Arizona Department of Education. Our academic rigor, innovative enrichment programs and our investment in developing the whole child are strengths that have been recognized from Washington DC to the Arizona State Capitol.


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Laguna's Mission Statement and Vision

Click the link above for the full statement. 

 

Mission Statement

To provide each student with the highest quality education, to create a passion for learning, and to empower each student to contribute positively to our global community.


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Twitter

Jul 27, 2015

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Laguna is now Tweeting!

Follow us @LagunaSUSD for another great way to stay informed about Laguna Announcements, Upcoming Events, Celebrations at School, and more.

Encourage your friends to follow as well.

DIRECT LINK TO OUR TWITTER PAGE

 


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Students from the Desert Mountain STEM Club have joined our 4th and 5th grade Laguna Eagles for afterschool science fun. These intermediate and high school students are showing their creative side with motorized WeDO Legos. Our 2nd and 3rd graders are touching upon their creative side in their club by designing windmills. Science, Technology, Engineering, ART and math – the children are very excited! Action abounds in these two awesome clubs. Laguna thanks the Arizona Science Foundation for providing the seed dollars to start these clubs. More coming soon… AZ STEM Network.


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We did it! Laguna is an A School of ExcellenceTM award recipient presented by the Arizona Educational Foundation. A School of Excellence is a trademark or service mark of Arizona Educational Foundation and is used by permission. Congratulations parents, students and teachers!

Laguna is a fabulous A school that offers unique programs with quality instruction. We offer tours of our school to prospective families so you may see first hand what we can offer your children. Tours can be scheduled by calling (480) 484-2400. 


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