Crane District Demographics
Crane Elementary School District No. 13 was established in 1899 to serve a community today known as Yuma, Arizona. Although, initially, Crane was a small school serving a small community, the school and the community have together grown through the years.
Crane schools have a diverse community of students with many different ethnic groups represented and provides Exceptional Education Services to more than 700 students.
All Crane schools offer 100% free breakfast and lunch to students, with several schools also offering summer breakfast and lunch programs.
Specialty Schools and Programs
Crane Schools offer a variety of specialty programs within our schools.
Gowan Science Academy
Gowan Achievement Project (GAP)
All Day Kindergarten programs at Pueblo Elementary, Gary A. Knox Elementary, Ronald Reagan
Elementary, HL Suverkrup Elementary, Valley Horizon Elementary, and Salida del Sol Elementary
21st Century Community Learning Centers
Great Beginnings Preschool
Accelerated Reading Program
Kagen Cooperative Structures
Yuma County Science Fair participation
RTI Model of Intervention at Pueblo Elementary
YRMC Walk for Wellness Program
Quarterly Parent Involvement Nights
MAC-Ro Math Program
LEGO League Team participation
GREAT Program participant
Beginning and Intermediate bandBusiness/ Civic Involvement
Grant Partnerships with Apple Inc, A.T&T. and Intel Math
Parent Groups include site councils, PTO/PTA's
Business Partnerships with Gowan Company
and Endeavor Ballooning
Crane district also has a partnership with the Rodel FoundationFiscal Responsibility
As of Budget Adoption on July 12, 2016:
M&O Budget- $30,150,289
Capital Budget- $1,074,165
Bond Elections- $10 million authorized by voters in the November 2014 election
Override Elections- None during this fiscal year