Pointe Schools will officially be providing distance learning opportunities for our students August 3rd – August 14th. Our school calendar will remain the same. More information including our summer newsletter will be available very soon! As always, thank you for your patience during this time.
Kinder Camp is coming! July 13th – July 16th. We have limited enrollment remaining for kindergarten and a wait list for several other grades. So, if you haven’t enrolled for kindergarten, reserve your place soon!
All parents should have received an update regarding plans for next year in their email. Included was a link to a survey. The survey is regarding needs for next year and your input would be highly appreciated! The survey is open until Monday, June 22nd. Please check your email and let us know if you did not receive it.
We are so excited for next year and have a lot of great things planned. Once we have details finalized, we will be sure to let you know!
Happy Last Day of School, My Friends! It has certainly been a historic year and I am so proud of all of you for the hard work you have put into it!
I know there is much uncertainty as we transition into summer about what the new year will bring us, especially with the newest guidelines released by the CDC. As always, we place the safety of our students, staff, and families with the highest priority and have been busy planning the different ways we can utilize the recommendations while still meeting the social and academic needs of our kiddos.
Because of our small school and community, we are confident that we can meet these needs in the least restrictive ways possible. Please, keep in mind that regulations and guidelines are consistently changing during these uncertain times but we will continue to navigate them together. I am happy to discuss any concerns you have and will always provide information as soon as possible. Thank you for continuing to trust us and being part of our Lion Family!
Monday – Thursday
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Our office be closed for Memorial Day and the week of June 29th – July 3rd.
Have a great summer!
Good morning, Lions! As we start this week, I want to remind everyone of our Be Kind pledge. Now, more than ever, it is important to practice kindness – especially to everyone who lives in our homes!
We are off to a great start in Week 2 of our distance learning opportunities. Packets and materials are still available for pick up and will continue to be each week unless absolutely necessary for us to cease operation.
As always, feel free to email your teacher with any concerns, especially regarding classroom content. Let me know if you need anything or if we can help you in any way. Give us a call if you need any help. Our office is open Monday – Friday between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm to assist you!
Have a safe week, Lions!
We are on Spring Break this week so we hope you are trying some new things this week.
As we are entering these confusing times, we wanted to provide some resources for you to use while we are planning for what comes next. We will be sending detailed information to everyone in the next week. In the meantime, we all want to keep our kids actively engaged.
There are TONS and TONS of free resources available for families right now. It can feel a bit overwhelming so here are some we recommend:
Scholastic Learning at Home (no login necessary): https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome.html
Age of Learning (which includes ABCmouse, Adventure Academy, and ReadingIq) There is something here for everyone from K-6+. See the attached for login information specifically for Canyon Pointe Academy students.
The Pointe Schools Governing Board will hold a telephonic meeting on Thursday, March 19th at 6:30.
The Board will hear the Superintendent’s Report on the status of school closures. The Board will also discuss and take action on a resolution to close the three Pointe schools through March 27th, to continue paying Pointe’s employees, and to grant the Superintendent authority to execute documents with the Arizona Department of Education. The full agenda may be found at https://pointeschools.org/board-agenda/
Due to current events, there will be no in-person meeting. The public is welcome to listen to the meeting by calling in at:
1 (425) 436-6386
Access Code: 423441
Please place your phone on “mute” and listen to the meeting.
Please, see the notification from Dr. Williamson, Superintendent of Pointe Schools:
Pointe Schools family,
As of 4:00 PM on Sunday March 15, 2020, Governor Doug Ducey and State Superintendent Kathy Hoffman jointly announced the closure of all Arizona schools from Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 27.
Therefore, all 3 of Pointe’s schools, including the school offices, will be closed from March 16th through March 27th.
At this point, this is an extra week for spring break and we do not plan on requiring teachers or students to engage in online teaching/learning during the two weeks off.
However, if the school closures go past March 27th, we will notify you and give directions on how to access online platforms.
Advanced Placement Students, please check in with your teachers during the second week of the break for ways you can continue to prepare for your AP tests.
All of us at Pointe Schools hope you and your family have a safe and healthy Spring break. We look forward to seeing everyone when school resumes!
Dr. Jody Williamson
Principal, North Pointe Prep
Superintendent, Pointe Schools
The official announcement and letter from Governor Ducey and Superintendent Hoffman can be found here: https://www.azed.gov/communications/2020/03/10/guidance-to-schools-on-covid-19/
Don’t forget Micro/Macro Night is this Friday, February 7th from 7:00 – 9:00 am. We will have the telescopes, the Bone Box from Arizona Game and Fish, and some science projects completed by our students.
Bring your friends and family for a great evening focused on science.
We loved celebrating both academic and behavior excellence today. Take a look at our highlights.
Club signups for Quarter 2 are posted now! Click here to see what we have to offer this time around! Also, this week Lion’s Den information will be going home for parents.
On Thursday, October 17th, we will be having 50s Dress Up Day to celebrate the 50th day of school. Please make sure student attire is school appropriate (closed-toe shoes only) and relatively simple. Students are fine in a white t-shirt and jeans (with the bottoms rolled up if possible), girls can wear full skirts if they want. There are a lot of ideas online and feel free to use your imagination.
On Friday, October 4th we had our first 4A day of the year. The 4A days let us spend some time focusing on one of the 4As that are the heart of everything we do at Canyon Pointe – academics, athletics, arts, and activities. This 4A day was all about academics in a Brain Bee format. Kids had fun making volcanos, creating race tracks, trying orienteering, learning about constellations (and making slime), and doing experiments. Some of the pictures are below.
Watch for an update very soon for all of the upcoming events between now and Winter Break!!