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IMPORTANT UPDATES, RESOURCES AND INFORMATION

ARIZONA TEACHER WALKOUT
BEGINNING THURSDAY, APRIL 26TH

As you have heard, all Scottsdale Unified School District campuses will be closed starting Thursday, April 26, 2018 and for the duration of the Arizona Teacher Walkout. 

Due to the uncertain nature of the walkout, we do not know if there will be further closures . However, we will continue to work closely with SUSD, Mrs. Slover and our teachers to provide you with timely and accurate information, resources and updates.

RESOURCES AND INFORMATION

  • Scottsdale Kids Food Drive: Tuesday, April 24th and Wednesday, April 25th - Copper Ridge School will be conducting a food drive for students at Navajo Elementary School. Over 50% of students at Navajo receive free or reduced meal service. The goal of the food drive is to gather breakfast and lunch items for these students. Items may be dropped off at CRS before and after school on 4/24-4/25. For a complete list of items, please download the Scottsdale Kids Food Drive flyer
  • Scottsdale Unified Nutrition Services will be serving free meals to any child 18 years or younger during school closures. Selected school sites are open to serve ALL children regardless of meal status or enrollment during closures. Please see the SUNS flyer for school sites and more information.
  • SUSD Frequently Asked Questions - SUSD has compiled a list of Frequently Asked Questions to help address your immediate concerns. This document is also available on SUSD.org
  • Scottsdale Parent Council Letter - SPC has compiled detailed information regarding food resources and safe places for students to go during the Arizona Teacher Walkout. For complete information, please visit www.scottsdaleparentcouncil.org or SPC Facebook page

IMPORTANT UPDATES


We encourage you to visit SUSD.org for continued updates and information. As always, please feel free to reach out with questions or concerns to president@CRPTO.com

We thank you for your understanding during this unprecedented time in our school, district and state's history.