News & Events at San Carlos
Students and staff at San Carlos Unified School District are always up to something new, and we love to showcase their achievements and share news about our schools. Check back here often for all the latest news and information.
The San Carlos High School freshman class of 2022 is hosting a semi-formal Winter Woods Winter Ball on Saturday, February 2, 2019, from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. Pre-sale tickets are available from January 14 through January 25 and are $5 for singles and $8 for couples. After-sale tickets are available from January 27 through February 2 and are $6 for singles and $10 for couples. Please see our dance request form for more information, or pick one up in the front office.
San Carlos community leaders had a chance to see what quality early learning looks like firsthand.
The First Things First (FTF) San Carlos Apache Regional Partnership Council hosted community leaders from San Carlos recently to learn how high quality early education makes a difference in the lives of babies, toddlers, and preschoolers.
Please take a moment to read this news article to hear more about what our community leaders experienced.
By: Ms. Lyn Cerilla, 2nd Grade Teacher/Rice Elementary School
How do we cultivate a love of reading in students? What do we do as teachers toward this end? How do we do this with our own students?
In my classroom, I share my reading experiences with my students, and I tell them what I have been reading. Sometimes, I use audio books as well. To me, audio books also count as reading.
We invite you to read this article by Ms. Lyn Cerilla in its entirety.
San Carlos High School’s C.A.R.E. Center is helping many students and staff with invaluable skills in an effort to improve and promote a positive learning environment.
The C.A.R.E. Center, which stands for ‘Caring, Accepting, Restorative, Empowerment,’ is a refuge, a safe haven, a place for students to feel welcome, wanted, and cared for. We invite you to read more about the C.A.R.E. Center in our recent press release.
Platform to focus on language preservation, revitalization.
San Carlos, Arizona — Kiyasha Joy Harvey was crowned the new Miss San Carlos High School 2018–2019 during a competitive pageant held on October 17 at San Carlos High School.
Harvey is a sophomore and is from the Peridot District. The first attendant is freshman Lorena Cosen and second attendant is freshman Heaven Bullis. We invite you to learn more in our press release.
Kiyasha Joy Harvey was crowned Miss San Carlos High School 2018–2019 on October 17. Pictured L–R: freshman Lorena Cosen, first attendant; sophomore Kiyasha Joy Harvey, Miss San Carlos High School; and freshman Heaven Bullis, second attendant.
Kiyasha Joy Harvey, Miss San Carlos High School 2018–2019 poses with Principal Susan Poole. Photo, L-R: Principal Susan Poole, Kiyasha Joy Harvey, and an unidentified person.
Team advances to Arizona-New Mexico State Championship on February 23.
The San Carlos High School Braves Robotics Team, called the Circuit Breakers, recently attended the FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics “Rover Rockus” Gilbert Qualifying Tournament on November 17 where they received a second runner-up Inspire Award at Gilbert Christian High School in Gilbert, Arizona. For more information, please read our press release.
The Child Find program ensures that we identify, locate, and evaluate all children with disabilities who are in need of exceptional student services (special education) and related services. Screenings and evaluations are essential elements in the exceptional student services (special education) process. We still have screening dates remaining during the 2018–2019 school year. Please take a moment to read through this Child Find flyer to learn more about the program and to sign up for a screening today!
Our governing board consists of five elected members of our community who volunteer their time in order to ensure that our students receive the outstanding education they deserve. They work with the administration to meet our district’s educational goals, and they hold regular meetings. If you'd like to learn more, please visit our Policies and Information page.