The Waldron Weekly ‘21-'22
SUSD's 2021-2022 Calendar
Virtual Scholastic Book Fair: September 20th - October 3rd, 2021
Our virtual Scholastic Book Fair starts this Monday! Discover new books, favorite characters, and more! Every purchase will earn our school 25% in rewards for much needed resources and help our classroom libraries grow! Shop at:
NEW! You can help set up an eWallet for your child today! You'll be able to share your eWallet with your family and friends to fund your child's account. It's a great way to get more books into your child's hands! See the book fair home page for more details!
Don't miss out on Ms. Waldron's Story Time to kick off Book Fair this Sunday, 9/19 on Facebook Live at 5pm!
Site Council 3:30pm
SPIRIT FRIDAYS: Every Friday we ask students to wear Anasazi spirit wear or our school colors of silver & turquoise. New spirit wear can be purchased here: www.anasazispiritwear.com
Virtual All Star Assembly
Anasazi Upcoming Events
Sept 28 – Chipotle Fundraiser 4-8pm
Sept 29 – Early Release 1:15pm
Oct 7 – Panera Bread Fundraiser
Oct 8 – End of 1st Quarter
Oct 11-15 – Fall Break
Oct 20 – Picture Retakes
Oct 21 – Papa John’s Fundraiser
Oct 26 – Site Council Meeting 3:35pm
Oct 27-29 – Early Release Conferences
Oct 29 – All Star Virtual Assembly
To expedite the hiring process, applicants are encouraged to complete an online application by visiting at susd.org/Jobs prior to arriving.
At the hiring fair, applicants will be able to speak to supervisors, complete on-site interviews and, in some cases, receive a conditional offer of employment on the spot, pending the results of background investigations and reference checks.
Positions working 30 hours or more each week are eligible for benefits, including medical, dental and vision insurance. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age. Some positions require additional certifications, such as a food handler card, first aid certification, and, in the case of bus drivers, a Commercial Driver License.
No appointment is necessary to attend the hiring fair; anyone is welcome to attend. For more information, call the SUSD Human Resources Department at (480) 484-6174 and visit susd.org/Jobs for a listing of all available position.
Anasazi Wonder Wall
This month's IB Learner Profile Attribute is INQUIRER.
“We nurture our curiosity, developing skills for inquiry and research. We know how to learn independently and with others. We learn with enthusiasm and sustain our love of learning throughout life. ”
The students will be creating one large Anasazi Wonder Wall to document all of their questions and things they are curious about. Students are encouraged to take action and research their questions to find answers. If your child completes this action at home, please take a photo and send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org or to his or her teacher.
This is a great way to encourage learning outside of the classroom!
Interested in purchasing a school device protection plan? Please see the forms below.
Anasazi Family Handbook
Scottsdale Parent Council
From the Desk of our Community Specialist
As you know there are a few deadlines soon approaching. Evictions will begin to take place in our community. Should your family be going through a rough time, please give me the chance to provide you with resources that can help a little in these trying times.
Also, the week before our Fall Break, we will be having two (2) food distribution events. One will take place on October 5th at the McKellips warehouse for the police department, and the other one will be held on October 7th at the Church of Nazareth. Once registered, you will be provided with exact date, time, and location of the events. Please contact me at 480-484-4614 to be put in the list/s. It is very important for me to have names so that we can arrange for the proper amount to distribute to our families.
There is no judgement nor compromise. We keep the upmost confidentiality.
Hope to be of service soon.
Families please call me to DCMS at (480) 484-4600 X 4614 if interested in any of the following:
- Deadline to register for food boxes is September 24, 2021. Boxes will be distributed October 6 and 7 at two different locations.
- Deadline to register for the Turkey Distribution the Monday before Thanksgiving is November 10, 2021.
- Deadline to register in the Saint Patrick's Christmas "Adopt a Family" Program is October 29, 2021.
- At this time SUSD schools are not having volunteers on campuses. Anasazi LOVES. LOVES, LOVES our volunteers and we miss you greatly. We will communicate volunteer and visitor changes as they emerge.
- Only items related to academics may be dropped off in the office. No lunches or water bottles are to be dropped off. Students who forget a lunch will be provided one for free.
- Parents/Guardians are unable to eat in the cafeteria with their children at this time.
A reminder that if your child will not be at school for the day, please call the attendance line 480-484-7360.
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
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- Muscle or body aches
- New loss of taste or smell
- Sore throat
- Congestion or runny nose
- Nausea or vomiting
UPDATES from CAFE
FREE meals for ALL – The USDA has extended the waiver to allow for ALL in person learners at SUSD to receive FREE breakfast and lunch daily, throughout the entire 2021/2022 school year! We will also offer FREE after school snacks daily to the students enrolled in after school programs here at SUSD. This means ALL students, PK–12 will not be charged for any meal throughout this entire year.
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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.