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Latest News
Geo Bee

Congratulations to all of our Geo Bee participants! Read more >>>


 
Cheetah Clean Up

Mrs. Miranda Valencia, NEHS members, and the Corridor Keppers spent a Sunday morning cleaning up by the river. Read more >>>


 
Registration for the 2020–2021 School Year is Now Open

We are accepting applications for open enrollment, boundary exceptions, and kindergarten. Read more >>>


 
Geo Bee

Congratulations to all of our Geo Bee participants! Read more >>>


 
Cheetah Clean Up

Mrs. Miranda Valencia, NEHS members, and the Corridor Keppers spent a Sunday morning cleaning up by the river. Read more >>>


 
Registration for the 2020–2021 School Year is Now Open

We are accepting applications for open enrollment, boundary exceptions, and kindergarten. Read more >>>


 
Geo Bee

Congratulations to all of our Geo Bee participants! Read more >>>


 
Cheetah Clean Up

Mrs. Miranda Valencia, NEHS members, and the Corridor Keppers spent a Sunday morning cleaning up by the river. Read more >>>


 
Registration for the 2020–2021 School Year is Now Open

We are accepting applications for open enrollment, boundary exceptions, and kindergarten. Read more >>>


 
Geo Bee

Congratulations to all of our Geo Bee participants! Read more >>>


 
Cheetah Clean Up

Mrs. Miranda Valencia, NEHS members, and the Corridor Keppers spent a Sunday morning cleaning up by the river. Read more >>>


 
Registration for the 2020–2021 School Year is Now Open

We are accepting applications for open enrollment, boundary exceptions, and kindergarten. Read more >>>


 
Geo Bee

Congratulations to all of our Geo Bee participants! Read more >>>


 
Cheetah Clean Up

Mrs. Miranda Valencia, NEHS members, and the Corridor Keppers spent a Sunday morning cleaning up by the river. Read more >>>


 
Registration for the 2020–2021 School Year is Now Open

We are accepting applications for open enrollment, boundary exceptions, and kindergarten. Read more >>>


 
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Welcome To San Cayetano Elementary

We are an A school, a Title I High Performing & High Progress School


Welcome to San Cayetano Elementary, Home of the Cheetahs!

We are one of five schools in the Santa Cruz Valley Unified School District No. 35, located in Rio Rico, Arizona. San Cayetano believes that a positive partnership between teachers, students, and parents is the formula for success, and we have tremendous support available for our students. These include, but are not limited to, an engaged parent community that supports student learning, and a qualified and dedicated teacher and paraprofessional workforce.

Please visit this site often to stay up-to-date on San Cayetano!

Go Cheetahs!

 

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A Message from our Principal

Dear Families,

Attendance continues to be of the utmost importance. We are working diligently to help your child master their current grade level skills as well as prepare them for the upcoming year. Please ensure that your child is here every day ready and on time. Every minute counts! SC recognizes the importance of developing strong character within our students. Our staff implements the Character Counts Program and Making Good Choices. The Six Pillars of Character are: Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring, and Citizenship. Character development of a child is a team effort. We need family and community support in embracing these values and common language as essentials to living a good life. We encourage you to talk to your children about making good choices and playing their part in making San Cayetano a great place to be! February is the month for Caring; please help encourage our students to: be kind. Be compassionate and show they care. Express gratitude. Forgive others. Help people in need. We appreciate your efforts!

Your Partner in Lifelong Learning,

Mimi Renteria

Mimi Renteria
Principal

"At the end of the day the most overwhelming key to a child's success is the positive involvement of parents." - Jane D. Hall


A Message from our Assistant Principal

Dear Families,

One of the most valuable life skills a student can learn is taking the responsibility of arriving at school every day on time. As parents and adults in the workforce, we know the importance of punctuality. As parents/guardians, we are our children’s first and most influential models of this critical life skill that will help our children become more successful adults. Let’s teach our children to always be on time starting now! The whole tone of a child's school day is set in the first part of the day. This is the time when we announce important school news, teachers define the plans/objectives for the day, and instruction begins. Please help support your children in learning habits that will help them be successful at school and throughout life.

Please be aware that beginning on October 1 any student who has three or more tardies for the month will not be eligible for Cheetah of the month or fine dining with the principal.

Thank you,

Dominic Armijo
Assistant to the Principal