Maine Consolidated School District is dedicated to achieving educational excellence for all.
Through high expectations, the development of lifelong learning habits, promoting active parental involvement, and quality professional development; we enable our students to embrace the change, growth, and opportunities for achievement in the diverse world of their future, and thereby become productive and successful citizens.
Dear Maine Consolidated Families:
Earlier this week the Arizona Department of Education released the 2022-23 A-F School Letter Grades for all public schools statewide. These reports provide information about student achievement and growth, as well as other key areas of interest to families and the general public. A-F Letter Grades are awarded to Arizona school districts yearly.
We are proud of the daily efforts of our dedicated staff to provide our diverse students with meaningful learning experiences and the support needed, we are encouraged by the growth made by many of our students. While we are seeing many positive trends in the data, it is clear that we have much work to do to ensure our students achieve their full potential. There are a number of areas where our students performed well, at the same time there are areas where we can improve.
Maine Consolidated School District A-F 2022 School Letter Grade: A (total points 89.29)
As a district, our focus is on continuous improvement and ensuring our students are prepared for their next educational endeavor. Our focus moving forward is on accelerated learning across our grade levels and school. Maine Consolidated teachers and staff are ready and driven to ensure our students have the resources and support they need to truly flourish.
Thank you, families, teachers and staff for your continuous support; very proud to be a mustang!
If you have any questions, please let me know. email@example.com or 928.606.8240.
Dr. Justin Roberson
Maine Consolidated School District
AASA Smart Goals
MCSD students will increase from 38% to 48% on AASA ELA Assessment by April 2024.
MCSD students will increase from 47% to 57% on AASA Math Assessment by April 2024.
This is how we will meet our goal:
- Standards-based instruction in both ELA and math in the classroom; weekly observations providing immediate feedback
- Standards focus within curriculum; essential elements of instruction; DIBELS; utilized with fidelity
- RTI/ MTSS focus with timely and purposeful interventions in ELA and Math for tier 1,2,3 groupings; progress monitor.
- Social Emotional Learning implemented based on student need, assessed and reflected with positive behavior and intervention supports within the curriculum
- Consistency with grading and homework expectations
- Incorporate SMART goals setting in the classroom and recognizing mastery and improvement
PARENTVUE LOGIN / REGISTRATION
- Contact 928-635-2115 before beginning the registration process
- Use your ParentVUE account to review your student’s information.
BREAKFAST / LUNCH APP
- Log in to your current account or sign-up for a new account.
| Meals|| Monday|| Tuesday|| Wednesday||Thursday|
| Breakfast|| Cereal, Yogurt, Fruit, Milk|| Pancakes, Turkey Sausage, Fruit, Milk|| Muffin, Hash Browns, Fruit, Milk||Biscuit/Gravy, Hard Boiled Egg, Fruit, Milk|
| Lunch|| Spaghetti, Green Beans, Dinner Roll, Fruit, Milk|| Mac & Cheese, Salad, Fruit, Milk|| Turkey/Cheese Sandwich, Cucumber Slices, Fruit, Milk||Hamburger, Fries, Fruit, Milk|
Holiday Movie Night – Wednesday, December 13th @ 5-7pm in the gym
End of 2nd quarter – Thursday, December 14th
Winter Spirit Week – Monday, December 18th – Thursday, December 21st
Winter Program – Wednesday, December 20th @ 6:00 pm in the gym
Christmas Break – Monday, December 25th – Thursday, January 4th
The kitchen manager may change the menu as necessary. The menu is an important method of communication with students, faculty and parents. Menus will be issued weekly.
Health and nutrition are alive at Maine School!!! Every breakfast includes a FRUIT AND MILK and every lunch includes a FRUIT, VEGETABLE AND MILK.
Breakfast : $3.25
Breakfast : $0.30
Free language assistance, auxiliary aids, and/or accommodations are available upon request
Wellness Policy Goals Goal for Nutritional Promotion: The school district encourages students to participate in appropriate meal programs with the menus posted to the district website each week. The school district also encourages both staff and students to be actively engaged in the school garden and other local events when appropriate (county fair, local farms, etc.). Students will not be permitted to bring soda, energy drinks, or other drinks high in sugar and/or caffeine. Unopened confiscated beverages will be returned at the end of the school day, and replaced with a more appropriate beverage from the cafeteria.
Goal for Nutrition Education: Nutrition education will be taught based on the current standards to all students, kindergarten – 8th grade. Nutrition education is to be included in both health and physical education classes along with other subjects, such as math, science, language arts, and social sciences. Through teaching and through example, staff will cover a variety of nutrition topics with students throughout the year, including the importance of breakfast and water consumption, eating a variety of foods each day, choosing foods with little added sugar, and more.