April Rubasch, Title I Coordinator, shared some summer educational ideas for parents with a small summer budget this morning on KOLD. She showed viewers how to make a lava lamp during an in-studio interview. KOLD also posted a link with other educational ideas that parents can do with their children.Read More
From June 1-25, Mondays to Thursdays, 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. this great, teacher-recommended camp is being offered as a way to keep students’ learning skills fine-tuned and primed for next school year.
We will specifically be working on key standards that Kindergartners need to master in order to be ready for their next grade level. Students will have the opportunity to grow accustomed to the expectations of entry into a new grade level.
For more information please contact April Rubasch at email@example.com.Read More
Our teacher-recommended, Title I program is the excellent way to keep students’ learning skills fine-tuned and primed for next school year. Specialized ELA, math, reading and writing classes are being offered June 1-25, Mondays to Thursdays, 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
In order to address the academic needs of students who are currently receiving Title I support, or who have been recommended by their classroom teacher, we will specifically be working on key standards that students need to master in order to be ready for their next grade level.
Enroll today! For more information please contact April Rubasch at firstname.lastname@example.org.Read More
Reporter Kevin Adger with KOLD-TV visited La Paloma Central Campus to learn about the Summer Camp programs being offered. Sean Watins, Summer Camp Director, spoke about the importance of keeping children engaged and learning during the summer months.Read More
La Paloma Academy Central teacher honored by Tucson Values TeachersRead More
Central’s own Autumn Sullivan has been named the winner of the February 2015 Teacher Excellence Award by Tucson Values Teachers! As part of her honors, Ms. Sullivan received a $100 OfficeMax/ Office Depot gift card, a Teacher Excellence Award plaque, flowers and school supplies.
This honor just confirms what the Central community already knows: Ms. Sullivan is an amazing educator. Congratulations to Ms. Sullivan and her lucky fourth grade class!Read More
Community leaders to read to students Feb. 9-13Read More
La Paloma Central is working to promote kindness on its campus. For a visual reminder to be kind, Ben’s Bells installed a Kindness Mural! La Paloma has also accepted the Ben’s Bells challenge to perform 1,000 acts of kindness.Read More
What: La Paloma Academy and Stelcor Energy solar project groundbreaking ceremony
Who: La Paloma students, staff and charter holder Raena Janes, and Stelcor Energy Director of Commercial Projects Robert Neifert
When: 9:30 a.m., Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Where: La Paloma Academy Central Campus, 2050 N. Wilmot Road
Why: Launch of installation of solar panels at the Central and Lakeside campuses. The addition of solar power this summer will potentially save the charter school more than $1 million over the next 20 years. La Paloma students will use a golden shovel to dig the first hole for the installation, which will ultimately free resources that will benefit their academic environment.