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Staff Handbook 2017

Staff Handbook
Sacaton Elementary School District seeks to provide a positive and encouraging learning environment for alltudents with clear expectations.  We are sharing this handbook with you to help guide us in our mission and vision to provide excellence in student achievement, community involvement, and educational guidance for the future success of our students.  At Sacaton, we do our jobs, improve our jobs, and love our jobs. YES!
 
  
 
 
 
 
 
Student Handbook 2017 Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook
Our goal is to create a successful pathway for all students. This handbook is shared with you to help build a common understanding among every member of our learning community of students' rights and responsibilities in creating a positive and productive school culture. We value your partnership in every aspect of  your child's experience and believe this handbook will provide you information and direction in working with our school.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 In keeping with the mission statement of the district, the major goal of the volunteer   program is to assist schools in providing the best possible education for each   student. The services of volunteers are utilized in schools to accomplish the   following   objectives: 1) Assist teachers and support personnel with non-   instructional tasks, 2) Provide teachers with more time to work with students, 3)   Enrich the curriculum and students’ learning opportunities, 4) Provide individual   attention to those children   needing additional assistance, and 5) Promote a school-   home-community partnership   for quality education.
 
 
 
 
  Student Bullying/Harassment/Intimidation Handbook
 The Governing Board believes it is the right of every student to be educated in a   positive, safe, caring, and respectful learning environment. The Board further   believes a school environment inclusive of these traits maximizes student   achievement, fosters student personal growth, and helps students build a sense of   community that promotes positive participation as members of society.

 

 

 

 
 

IPP 2018-2019

It is the intent of the Sacaton Elementary School District that all Native American children of school age have equal access to all programs, services and activities offered within the school district.  To this end, the Sacaton Elementary School District will consult with local tribal officials and parents of Native American children in the planning and development of Indian Policies and Procedures (IPPs), general education programs, and activities.  These policies and procedures will be reviewed annually and revisions will be made within 90 days of the determination that requirements are not being adequately met.

 
 
 
This handbook is shared with you to help build an understanding among every member of our learning community on how the Governing Board conducts business and meetings and how it works closely together with the Superintendent to insure that the school district's mission and vision is carried out. Click here to read the Standard Operating Procedures. Assist teachers and support personnel with non-instructional tasks.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 To serve the transportation needs of all district students with dependable and   friendly delivery to their destinations while maintaining student safety at all times.
 
Sacaton Elementary School District No. 18
92 S. Skill Center Road • Sacaton, AZ 85147
Phone: (520) 562-8600
Fax: (480) 763-4410
Elementary School
Phone: 520.562.8600 x 3001
Fax: 480.763.4430
Middle School
Phone: 520.562.8600 x 2001
Fax: 480.763.4420
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