ALL students will be dismissed from back gates by Calle Isabel, parents will remain in their vehicles and students will be walked to the cars by a staff member.
Please NO parking and getting out of your vehicle.
For more information, please see maps and letters below, or contact the Front Office.
School ends at 2:30 pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
Wednesday dismissal is at 1:30 pm.
Located on the northeast side of campus (by the 4th grade building).
Please pull up as far as you can so we can fit as many cars as possible.
The flagpole is not a drop off or pick up zone.
It creates traffic issues and there is no monitor to ensure student safety.
On Friday, March 20, Governor Ducey and Superintendent of Public Instruction Hoffman extended the state-wide closure of all Arizona public schools until April 10.This was a preventative measure in order to help stop community spread of COVID-19. Miller Elementary School fully supports the Governor's call for closure and TUSD's plans for supporting our families through these extraordinary times.
We have several important links on our homepage that can help families find a wide variety of information. The "FREE Grab and Go Meals" link http://www.tusd1.org/GrabAndGo will give you information on where all children, 18 years and younger, can get free meals from TUSD. The "Learn From Home" link www.tusd1.org/LearnfromHome will provide learning resources for students of all ages. This will help students access their Clever accounts and other non TUSD resources. We recommend the Scholastics at Home website because it has a great section for everyday learning based on specific grade levels.
We are working with the district this week to adapt our teaching and will have a plan soon. As these plans are finalized we will share them with you and provide updates soon.
Please know that school closures are not "extended vacations". Follow social distancing whenever possible as the Center for Disease Control recommends. Avoid outings to parks, malls and other places where there are large gatherings of people. Make a daily schedule, like this one on http://www.tusd1.org/Portals/TUSD1/District/docs/LearnFromHome/SampleSchedule.pdf so that your student can continue to have a learning structure in place. Find new ways to learn as a family and don't forget to continue reading every day.
Thank you for your continued patience and support.
Maricella Carranza, M. Ed.
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