COVID-19 Update March 31 st , 2020 As we as a nation and Arizona deal with the Health Crisis changes continue. On Monday, March 30 th , Governor Ducey announced schools will remain closed until the end of the school year. For our district this is May 21, 2020. Later Monday, Governor Ducey issued the Stay Home, Stay Health, Stay Connected Executive Order. Schools have been deemed an Essential Operation . . .
COVID-19 Update 3-25-2020 2:30 p.m. As we end the 1st week of the school closure and head into next week I wanted to post an update. Governor Ducey has closed schools through at least April 10th. Mr. Rodriguez or a Villa Oasis staff member has contacted Villa students and parents. If you have any questions or concerns please call the school office. Mrs. Ryamond or a MCOB staff member has also contacted elementary . . .
Friday, March 20th, 2020 4:45 p.m. Governor Ducey and Superintendent Hoffman announced on Friday afternoon that schools will remain closed through April 10th. As Spring Break ends on Monday we are making plans to support our students. Mrs. Raymond, Mr. Rodriguez, and many other staff members have been developing plans for learning opportunities and meals starting on Monday, March 23rd. Mr. Calderon has made . . .
Update March 16, 2020 1:30 p.m. School Closure Survey Our goal is to ensure our school community is up to date with ongoing district initiatives regarding Coronavirus COVID-19. We continue to monitor the situation very closely and are in regular communication with Pinal County Public Health Department, Arizona Department of Health Services , and Arizona Department of Education. We are . . .
School Clsure Letter - Governor Ducey and Superintendent Hoffman March 15, 2020 Dear Arizona families, educators, school leaders, and education community members, In our roles as Governor and Superintendent of Public Instruction, we stand united in working with you to keep Arizona’s kids, families, and school communities safe and healthy. Over the past few weeks and in . . .
Mary C. O’Brien Accommodation District #90 (MCOB #90) was established in 1948 to provide a school for students in the “New Camp” area at Eleven Mile Corner. The school was originally called the Eleven Mile Corner Accommodation School. It has since been named for Miss Mary C. O’Brien who was Pinal County School Superintendent for 26 years (1950-1976). The school at Eleven Mile Corner served . . .
First Things First is Arizona’s early childhood agency, committed to the healthy development and learning of young children from birth to age 5. Why Early Childhood Matters 90% of a child’s brain develops before they start kindergarten. And research shows that the quality of a child’s experiences in their first five years helps shape how their brain develops. Kids with positive, stable relationships with . . .
Watch and read Pinal Superintendent Jill Broussard's interview .
Students are at more risk on our roads, in fact there are over 17 million near misses due to stop arm violations each year. As we near the start of another school year, it’s important to know the rules when sharing the road with school buses. Here’s what you need to know: Slow Down. Leave yourself extra time the first week of Back to School, there will be more traffic on the road. Set a Good Example. . . .