Superior School has kindergarten round-up!

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The Superior Unified School District is enrolling children for Kindergarten. On Monday, May 12, 2014, the John F. Kennedy Elementary staff will begin registration for next year’s Kindergarten. Children must turn five (5) years-old before September 1, 2014 to attend Kindergarten in Superior Schools. A Birth-certificate, Immunizations record, and proof of residency are required for registration. Parents will need an appointment for their child.

Superior Schools offers all-day Kindergarten. The schedule is Monday – Friday from 8am through 2:30pm. Kindergarten students participate in many literacy-based activities to further develop reading skills as well as math-based and social skill activities. Superior Schools also offers every student a free breakfast and lunch each day. Bus transportation is available.

For more information or to get an appointment, please call Angela Olmos (520-689-3051) or Maria Munoz (520-689-3105) at the school.

Superior Unified School District is a full-service public school with a federal designation as a “C” district. We strive to provide each student with a rigorous and relevant curriculum, a highly-qualified staff, where each person is accountable.

You are encouraged to please visit Superior Schools and discuss our successes and programs.

We are located at: 1500 Sunset Dr, Superior, AZ 85173. Office Phone: 520-689-3000

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