Pueblo Elementary School

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Pueblo Elementary School

Pueblo Elementary School

Welcome Back

Crane Schools - ISTE
Another school year is upon us at Pueblo Elementary School and we are enthusiastically awaiting the return of the students to our campus. Although we had to say goodbye to some teachers from last year, we are encouraged by the new teachers joining our family as well as the activities from our staff over the course of the summer.
 
I would like to extend a congratulations and a job well done to all of the 21st Century Coordinators and Teachers for our first ever summer camp activities. Approximately 30 students participated in a 3 week summer camp where they learned about the superheroes in our community. From hands on activities in the classroom to meet and greet activities with fire fighters, police (men, women, and dogs), soldiers, veterinarians, professors, and more, the students were able to create fantastic tribute videos to these superheroes. With hands on guidance from certified Apple trainers, the students were also able to learn new uses for the various programs on their iPads. Without the hard work of the teachers and staff of this program, it would not have been possible, and I want to thank everyone involved.
 
Additionally, over the summer, we were able to travel with other representatives from the schools throughout the district to San Antonio for the annual ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) conference. Throughout this fabulous four day conference, some teachers and administrators were able to learn about new programs, activities, and tools that will enhance what we are already doing in our classrooms. We are excited to see some of the new programs and changes that will be coming to the technology education on our campus.
 
Finally, I want to welcome each and every one of you back to our campus for the upcoming school year. Ultimately, each and every professional on this campus shows up for one reason alone, the students. We are always excited to share in their successes and growth throughout the school year. We mourn when they mourn, we struggle when they struggle, and we hurt when they hurt. In the end, we challenge the students to succeed and help them reach the goals put in front of them. We choose to do this to help these students achieve the loftiest goals they can and to aim for the brightest stars and highest peaks in the cosmos. As Dr. Seuss states in Oh, the Places You'll Go!, "You have brains in your head, you have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose."
 
Welcome back students, staff, and families for the 2017-18 school year.
 
Bobbie Henry
Principal - Pueblo Elementary School 

Pueblo Elementary School - Traffic

Crosswalk Regulations
As the start of the new school year approaches, we want to ensure that all students, staff, families, and visitors to our campus are safe and secure not only while at school, but also while coming and going to school. For this reason, the Yuma Police Department has sent a reminder to all schools regarding the updated laws in Arizona regarding the speed limits at crosswalks. We encourage you to read the information below from Officer Luchtman from the YPD - Traffic Unit and take a look at the image they have provided. Additionally, if there are any questions, please contact the front office (928-373-3600), or the Yuma Police Department, for more information:
 

Greetings!

My name is William Luchtman and I work for the Yuma Police Department Traffic Unit as a motor officer and I’m emailing you to request the assistance of the Crane School District with a safety matter related to Arizona traffic law. In the recent past, Arizona changed the verbiage of ARS 28-797.F which will affect your schools and the community passing through the posted school zones. It previously stated that vehicles should reduce their speed for the posted school zone signs (15-MPH) from the first sign until they passed the crosswalk. The new verbiage reads as follows:

               

28-797. School crossings; civil penalty; assessment; definition

F. A vehicle shall not proceed at a speed of more than fifteen miles per hour between the portable signs placed on the highway indicating that there shall be no passing, that school is in session and that the driver shall stop when children are in the crosswalk.

 

As I’m sure you understood, the new verbiage states “between the portable signs”. Just for clarification, the “last sign” is usually the one facing the opposite flow of traffic, as depicted in the picture. 

 

The YPD Traffic Unit will also be addressing the changes to ARS 28-797.F and the safety concerns in the following manner:

- The YPD Traffic Unit will conduct a focused-enforcement special detail of school zones with an emphasis on school crossings.

- Creating a flyer to be handed out by officers during traffic stops/contacts to educate the public of the changes to ARS 28-797.F.

- Requesting the assistance of available SRO’s, NSRO’s and Patrol Officers to conduct the same enforcement when their regular duties permit, and/or conduct educational presentations to the students, staff and community as needed. Please let me know if your district or schools would like a presentation or additional information regarding the changes and upcoming enforcement efforts.

- Posting the changes to ARS 28-797.F on the YPD website and social media applications as well as City of Yuma notices to employees and the public.

- Working with the YPD Public Affairs Unit to broadcast the changes to ARS 28-797.F and notice of the focused-enforcement special detail to televised news and radio channels.

 
 Additionally, we would like to remind all visitors to our campus that, for flow of traffic, the exit of the parking lot is a right turn only exit. This ensures that we are able to keep traffic moving both on 20th Street and out of our parking lot. We hope for a fantastic and safe school year and appreciate everyone's cooperation regarding these changes.

Fundraisers

Chipotle Takeover - Fundraiser

Please join us for our first fundraising activity of the 2017-18 school year. We will be taking over the Chipotle located at the Yuma Palms Shopping Center (1525 S Yuma Palms Parkway, Suite 3) on Wednesday, August 16th from 4:00-8:00 pm. Anybody who comes and makes a purchase during this time (with the exception of gift card purchases) and presents the flyer, shows the flyer on their smartphone, or mentions that they are here for the Pueblo Elementary School fundraiser will be counted to the sales eligible. Pueblo will receive 50% of all proceeds made that night as a donation from Chipotle. Ultimately, the more families we have come, the better, so if you know anybody else that might be interested, please invite them to come as well.
 
Please see the image for the fundraising flyer.
 
 

21st Century Grant

Pueblo Elementary School - 21st Century Community Learning Center (21st CCLC) grant for the 2017-2018 school year.

The 21st CCLC grant supports the creation of community learning centers that provide academic enrichment opportunities during non-school hours for children, particularly students who attend high-poverty and low-performing schools. The program helps students meet state and local student standards in core academic subjects, such as reading and math; offers students a broad array of enrichment activities that can complement their regular academic programs; and offers literacy and other educational services to the families of participating children.

We are excited to continue offering the many after school activities that have been offered in the past as well as some new and engaging classes in the future. Possible areas of interest that students will have the opportunity to participate after school include:

  • Remedial education activities and academic enrichment learning programs, including those which provide additional assistance to students to allow the students to improve their academic achievement;
  • Mathematics and science education activities;
  • Arts and music education activities;
  • Entrepreneurial education programs;
  • Tutoring services, including those provided by senior citizen volunteers, and mentoring programs;
  • Programs that provide after-school activities for limited English proficient (LEP) students and that emphasize language skills and academic achievement;
  • Recreational activities;
  • Telecommunications and technology education programs;
  • Expanded library service hours;
  • Programs that promote parental involvement and family literacy;
  • Programs that provide assistance to students who have been truant, suspended, or expelled to allow them to improve their academic achievement;
  • Drug and violence prevention programs;
  • Counseling programs; and
  • Character education programs.

Information regarding this program and how to sign up will be available during open house and the first week of school. However, if you'd like additional information sooner, please contact the Pueblo Front Office at 928-373-3600.

Mission and Vision

Motto

Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow

Mission

At Pueblo Elementary, our mission is to challenge each student to reach their full intellectual, creative, and physical potential through a fully integrated curriculum.

By instilling a passion for discovery and achievement, we prepare our students to become life-long learners and the leaders of tomorrow.

We are a community that fosters cooperative learning, mutual respect, social, and academic responsibility, enhanced by a strong partnership between staff, students, and families.

First Day of School

 
FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL - AUGUST 1ST!
Electronic devices including Chrome - books, Laptops, Netbooks and iPads will be deployed as a 1:1 initiative at the start of the school year.Pueblo  looks for ward to providing every student with an electronic device. Pueblo teachers are excited to add these tools to the classroom to support student learning here at Pueblo Elementary School.

Hours

Main Office
Monday - Friday: 7:00 - 3:30 p.m.
Student Schedule
Regular Day:  7:45 - 2:35 p.m.
Early Release: 7:45 - 1:05 p.m.

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Upcoming Events

Nov
10
Nov
22

Thanksgiving Break - NO SCHOOL!

Wed Nov 22 2017
to Fri Nov 24 2017

Dec
18

Winter Break - NO SCHOOL!

Mon Dec 18 2017
to Fri Jan 5 2018

Jan
1

New Year's Holiday

Mon Jan 1 2018

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