Puma News

Want to know the latest happenings at Tres Rios Service Academy? We love sharing good news with you! We update this page frequently with school news and events, student awards, and helpful parenting tips. Be sure to take a look at our entire newsletter.

School Closures Update - March 30, 2020

We thank you for your support and patience as we have made the transition to remote learning during this unprecedented school closure. At this time, it appears we will have to continue on this path as this morning Governor Doug Ducey and Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman, announced they are extending the closures of schools for the rest of the school year. Please see our March 30 letter for details.

Remind Instructions

Our teachers have been using Remind to contact families regarding the next steps for remote learning. Don’t miss important updates to help support your child’s learning during the school closure. If you haven’t signed up for Remind, attached you will find instructions on how to register. We know that remote learning puts an additional burden on our families and we want to assure you that we will continue to work as partners to keep your child academically engaged.

Nuestros maestros han estado utilizando Remind para comunicarse con las familias sobre los próximos pasos para el aprendizaje remoto. No se pierda actualizaciones importantes para ayudar a apoyar el aprendizaje de su hijo(a) durante el cierre de la escuela. Si no se ha registrado en Remind, adjunto encontrará instrucciones sobre cómo registrarse. Sabemos que el aprendizaje remoto supone una carga adicional para nuestras familias y queremos asegurarle que continuaremos trabajando como socios para mantener a su hijo involucrado académicamente. 

COVID-19 Updates

Please visit our COVID-19 page for the latest updates.

Resources for Academic Learning

Many of you have inquired about online resources to keep your child academically engaged during the school closure. Here is a list of online resources broken out by grade levels and subjects that you can use. Many of the activities listed on the Choice Board Activities sheet require no technology.

Community Resources During COVID-19 Pandemic

Below is a list of community resources to help you during this difficult time. Here you will find information on free meals for children, food pantry and food boxes, local take out deals, as well as emotional support resources. Please stay safe, and we will get through this together.

COVID-19 Update - March 12, 2020

In the Littleton District, the health and safety of our students and staff is our number one priority. Please know that we are monitoring the spread of this infectious disease closely alongside of our public health department. In addition, officials assure us that the risk in our community is currently low. We invite you to read through our March 12 letter to parents to learn more.

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

Attention, Littleton families! We want you to know that Littleton Elementary School District is working to help limit the spread of infection by consistently supplying schools with soap, sanitizers, paper towels, and tissues in our facilities. We have a routine cleaning schedule for all of our campuses because we care about the environment of our students and staff. We also take extra measures prescribed by the Maricopa Department of Public Health when there is any evidence of something that might be community-spread. Currently, there is no confirmed community spread of COVID-19. People should take all of the precautions they might take during any flu season such as good hand-washing, covering a cough, and wiping common area surfaces. Please see the letters below for more information.

Safety Tips

When picking children up from school, please park in a designated parking space. For safety reasons, we cannot allow cars to park by the building, dumpster, or alongside other cars. Please remember to drive slowly at five miles per hour in the parking lot.

Service Projects

Second grade is currently collecting hygienic products for the local shelters. We will sort these products and package them before we donate. Eighth grade has begun putting their learning and passion into their service-learning projects. Students will be planting trees, creating blankets, etc. We are proud of our students and their service!

VITA Program
At this time, the VITA Program has suspended its free tax preparation service. However, they have an alternate way for you to still get your taxes done for free from home. Please see their closure notice as well as their My Free Taxes flyer.