STEM Club by Mary C. Miller
Robles Elementary fourth grade students are enjoying STEM Club with Ms. Wallace, Ms. Nicholas, and Elizabeth Nyugen from the University of Arizona. Read more >>>
Welcome to the Internet home of Robles Elementary, part of the Altar Valley Elementary School District, where we strive for the best for both our students and staff. Located about 20 miles west of Tucson, Arizona, our school offers small-town charm with all the conveniences of a big city.
Dear Robles Families,
March is here and that means that we are getting ready for our new state standardized test, AZMerit. Your child will be reviewing all of the skills taught this year. Check with your child's teacher to see what you can do to help review at home. The students have been working hard all year, and I know they will do well.
Fourth graders are getting ready for their trip to Mt. Lemmon. We will send home more information about parent meetings and volunteering. We would love your help with fundraisers, needed items for the trip, and helping during the trip. We have challenged the fourth graders to earn their way to Mt. Lemmon through completing their class work, having positive behavior in class, and turning in homework. Check with the teachers for more detailed information.
Thanks for helping your child with reading and math facts. Their scores are continuing to rise as we check their progress and award Paws each month. Each student that reaches the end of the year benchmarks, will get their name entered into a drawing to win an E-Reader. We will be giving away two E-Readers in May. Ask your child how close they are to reaching the end of the year goal.
The preschool students have been learning their letters and sounds and are beginning to read! They have been taking home books to read with their families. Parents, ask your child to show you what they have learned and let them read their books to you. The students are doing an awesome job!
Thanks for your continued support and the staff and I are working to help all students reach their educational potential.
Chandra Young, Principal