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Announcements

  • Testing Sign

    DATES TO REMEMBER FOR TESTING
    PLEASE NO INTERRUPTIONS 

    March 31st for 4th grade AIMS SCIENCE
    April 1st for 5th grade AIMS SCIENCE
    April 6th - April 29 AzMERIT for 3rd-6th grade
    During testing we ask for no interruptions.  Please make sure your student comes to school with everything they need for the day including lunches and instruments. 
    Have your student(s) eat a healthy breakfast, get to school on time, and are here on their testing days. Please try to make appointments for after school or on a day they do not have testing.  Different grades will test different days so make sure to check with teachers for that information.  

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  • Parents Walking with Student    
    Temporary Notice for All Visitors
    Due to Covid-19, RPS will not allow any visitors on campus. Thank you for your help in keeping our campus and students safe!

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Start & Dismissal Times

  • School Time

    Start and Dismissal Time for 2020/2021

    First bell will ring at 8:10
    Tardy bell will ring at 8:15
    The Cafeteria will be open at 7:45 for students to eat breakfast
    Dismissal will be at 2:15 pm

    Lafe Nelson will begin at 8:10
    Dorothy Stinson will begin at 8:00


     

Information

  • Parent Picking Up Student

    All transportation changes need to be called in by 12:00pm for regular release days and 10:30am for early release days.

     

     PowerSchool Mobile App PowerSchool Parent Portal

     Parents are encouraged to use the Powerschool Parent Portal to access your child's grades, lunch balances and attendance records. If you have any questions or would like directions on using this wonderful tool, please call the office at 928-348-7030 and we would be happy to help.

    This is also available as a mobile app for Apple and Android phones. Just search for PowerSchool Mobile. You can set it up to get notifications for absences etc.

Grade A

  • Letter A         "A" SCHOOL
    Ruth Powell Elementary School has achieved a letter grade "A" from the Department of Education.  Grades are earned by each school based on their performance on the AZMERIT state mandated test that takes place in the Spring of each year.  An "A" grade means a high number of students at Ruth Powell School in the proficient and highly proficient categories on the test. 
    Our teachers work hard each year to get the students to perform well on the test.
    Congratulations to our students, out teachers, you parents, and our school for achieving an "A" letter grade.

Latest News

Safety

  • MASKS  MASKS ARE STILL REQUIRED ON CAMPUS FOR ALL
    Even though Graham County madate of wearing face covering has expired, they are still required for our campus
    For the health and safety of all those on our campus, we are still asking that all parents help in this process.  Please WEAR YOUR MASK when walking your student across parking lot, coming in the office, and/or waiting on campus for your child.

    St. Lucie West Car Line Procedures Video – St. Lucie West K-8  STUDENT PICK UP/DROP OFF
    The safety of all our students is a priority. We continue to ask that you walk your child from the parking lot to the side walk for safety reasons. As you drop off in the morning we ask that parents pull up to the flagpole in front of the school so students can walk along the sidewalk. Please DO NOT allow your child to exit your vehicle until you have reached the fence opening. Also, please know, students are NOT allowed to walk across the parking lot without an adult. We would also ask that if you are parking on the northside of 10th Street, that you also walk your child to and from the school sidewalk.

Arizona Tax Credit Donations

  • field trip  Arizona tax law allows married couples filing jointly to take up to $400 in tax credit or $200 for singles   if they donate to extracurricular activities. This tax credit is available to all taxpayers, even if they don’t have   children in school. Contributions are donated directly to the school, not to the state or even to the district.   Though contributions to public schools have always been tax deductible, a tax credit is subtracted from the   amount of taxes you owe. A tax credit is a full refund of your money. You can choose what school/teacher or  an extracurricular program you would like it to go to. Teachers use this money to pay for class field trip.

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