The Waldron Weekly ‘21-'22

volume 37

May 16th-20th

Tuesday, 5/17

Site Council – 3:30pm

Wednesday, 5/18

Crumbl Cookies Fundraiser

Thursday, 5/19

Strings Concert 5:00pm at MMS

Friday, May 20th

5th Grade Recognition

  • 9:00-9:30 (students only)
  • 9:30 - parents join for celebration

Upcoming Dates

May 23 – All Star assembly 8:55am

May 23 – Cartoon Character T-shirt day- Wear your favorite character t-shirt (no costumes)

May 24 – Sports Day – Wear your favorite sports team t-shirt

May 25 – Vacation Day – Wear your tropical vacation clothes

May 25 – Last Day, Early Release

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A Note from our Community Specialist

Dear Families:


The deadline for the Back to School Program registration is May 18.

Please call me to set up an appointment so that I can register your children. Remember they get a back pack, school supplies, clothing, underwear and shoes. You also have the opportunity of completing your free and reduced lunch application and visit with many sponsors.


My direct line is 480-484-4614.


Thank you!



Luz Dicono-McClenny

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IB Corner

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On to the next phase for IB Accredidation

We officially hit submit on our IB Application this week. We now wait to hear from the IB World Organization to see when they will come next school year for the official authorization visit.


Thank you for your continued support as we travel on this IB journey.

This month's IB Learner Profile Attribute is Balanced

This month we are focusing on being Balanced.



We understand the importance of balancing different aspects of our lives—intellectual, physical, and emotional—to achieve well-being for ourselves and others. We recognize our interdependence with other people and with the world in which we live.


Please remember to look at the Anasazi in Action page on our PYP Parent Portal to learn more about what your children are learning.

Anasazi PYP Parent Portal

We have created an Anasazi PYP Parent Portal for you to be able to find information about Anasazi and our PYP journey. Here is a link to an introduction video about our portal and the information that can be found there.

Updated SUSD COVID Return to School Guidelines

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Important Updates and Reminders Regarding Covid at Anasazi and SUSD Schools

According to the CDC and Maricopa Department of Public Health (MCDPH) guidance, SUSD is still monitoring our school sites for illness and COVID positive cases. We will continue to ask that you keep your child home from school if they exhibit COVID illness symptoms even if they seem like allergies. SUSD will continue to follow the SUSD COVID-19 Return to School/Work Guidelines for the remainder of the school 2021-22 school year with the hope for a change for the next school year.

Reminders from Nurse Renee

Please keep your child home if he or she has any of the COVID-like symptoms listed below, even if your child only has one of them and you attribute it to a minor cold or allergies. Discuss with Nurse Renee prior to sending your child to school:

  • Fever or chills
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Headache
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea
Also, please notify Nurse Renee if your child is a close contact of a COVID-positive person or if someone in your household has tested positive for COVID-19.

Anasazi Family Handbook

Scottsdale Parent Council

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Attendance

A reminder that if your child will not be at school for the day, please call the attendance line 480-484-7360.

Front Office Contacts

Dijana Schlegelmilch

Administrative Support Coordinator

dschlegelmilch@susd.org


Elise Hepner

Administrative Support Assistant/Registration

ehepner@susd.org


Renee Tosto

Nurse

rtosto@susd.org


Andrea Martin

Assistant Principal

amartin@susd.org


Jennifer Waldron

Principal

jwaldron@susd.org

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BE SURE TO CONNECT WITH US!

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About Us

Anasazi is an International Baccalaureate® (IB) candidate school for the Primary Years Program (PYP).


Our Mission - Anasazi is a diverse learning community committed to fostering a rigorous, compassionate, and inquiry-based environment, that empowers students to be globally competitive in a complex and changing world.


Our Vision - Empower and inspire each child to become life-long learners, within a culture of academic excellence, creativity and critical thinking, to take action and serve in our global community.