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Parent Volunteers

It is tough for working parents to cram volunteer work into an already packed schedule. We have some ideas to help you out! 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,

Our vision is for our students to be successful and prepared, leaving paw prints of lifelong learning. Our mission is our staff C.A.R.E. - Come together as a team, Are successful only when students learn, Reteach and enrich, and Ensure every minute counts, and our students L.E.A.R.N. - Love learning, Excel in all we do, Achieve goals together, Respect one another, and Never give up!

There is no better way to teach your child the importance of school than be being involved. Your engagement tells your child "Your school maters to me because you matter to me." Just as we expect our students to be active in class and campus lie, we want our parents to participate and engage. We look forward to our partnership with you. "Together may we give our children the roots to grow and the wings to fly."

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