Welcome to Nadaburg elementary

Angel Tree Tags
This year's Angel Tree is up and going strong!  Choose a tree tag to gift a student, choose a bell tag to gift a teacher!  Let Ms. Veronica or Ms. Erika know what number tag(s) you have.


Please have gifts wrapped and bagged together to help out the elves!  Items must be returned to the school no later than December 14th. 
Thank you, Angel!!




NADABURG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL RECEIVES STATE GRADE

We are proud to announce we have earned a 'B' grade for the 2016-2017 school year from the state of Arizona!
Every year, we are required to file a plan with the state with goals in it to make our school even better. This is referred to as our SIAP.


Click here for our 17-18 Plan


PTSA NEWS!!
We invite all parents and community members to our PTSA meetings,
held the 3rd Wednesday of every month, at 6:00 pm in the gym.

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Phone Numbers

Please call the attendance line directly to report students absent or late. 
Attendance: 623-388-2106
Front Office : 623-388-2321
Fax: 623-388-2204
District Office: 623-388-2100



SCHOOL HOURS 
MONDAY - THURSDAY
8:45 - 4:15


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4-Day Schedule

  Fun Fridays include:
 
·         Preschool is at both campuses
·         21st Century enrichment is available 8am to 1pm at DOES
·         Childcare for school-age students runs from 6am-8am and 1pm-6pm
·         Limited bus routes are available
·         Contact Barb Staten at 388-2100 ext 2603

Click here to see the FANTASTIC FRIDAY flyer !
 

NES Sidewinder

If you are interested in volunteering on our campus, use the button
 below to sign up for the perfect job!



Click to View Volunteer Opportunities on SignUp.com

Calendar

 We're looking 
for a few good men and women!
Click here for information 
about openings in our district.     

Help Wanted







A Little History Lesson          

In 1920, W.H. Griffin settled his family in what is now
known as Wittmann. When he moved his family into a
larger structure (right where Grand Avenue is now)
he donated the original home site to the Maricopa County
School District. Early in 1921, the School District built a
permanent structure which, in those days was painted white.
The original building was damaged by fire in 1926, and
was rebuilt, becoming the building that is commonly known
as 'The Little Red School House'.  The LRSH is kept alive,
currently being used as the Nadaburg Unified School District
Governing Board’s Boardroom. 
We look forward to the 2020-2021 school year, so we can
celebrate educating children for 100 years!


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