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No School November 24, 25 and 26th!
Cimarron Springs Middle School and the Dysart school district will be closed for the Thanksgiving Holiday, Wed - Friday, November 24th - 26th.  School will resume Monday, November 29th.
Our Cimarron Stallions wishes you a safe and wonderful Thanksgiving!
Posted : 11/16/2021 | Direct Link
School Spelling Bee!
Our CSMS School Spelling Bee will be held Friday, November 19th at 8:30 a.m. in our school cafeteria. 
All parents and family members of the participants are welcome to be present for the competition!
Good Luck Stallions!
Posted : 11/16/2021 | Direct Link
Fall Dance - October 29th All Grades Welcome
PTA Sponsored:
Fall/Halloween Dance at Cimarron Springs Middle School
*October 29th from 6-8 p.m.
*All grades 5-8 welcome!
*Price: $10:00 includes entry and pizza + drink
*Costumes OK: NO Halloween Masks, 1/2 face may be painted, school dress code must be followed.
*Only Cimarron Students permitted; no guests.
Please use this link to purchase tickets:
https://cimarronspringspta.memberhub.com/store
Flyers will be handed out at school, or you can print the one attached, as well, if you wish to pay with cash return to 1st period teacher to put into the PTA school safe.
There will be a D.J.; dance is in the courtyard.
Costume Contest will happen!
Prizes given by the PTA!
Please email: [email protected] for any questions
Posted : 10/14/2021 | Direct Link
Fall Break - No School October 18 - 22
Students, teachers and office will have a week off for Fall Break starting Monday, October 18th through Friday, October 22.  School resumes with a normal schedule on Monday, October 25th.
Enjoy the time off and the beautiful October weather!  
Posted : 10/14/2021 | Direct Link
Cimarron Springs celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month
Cimarron Springs celebrates Hispanic History MonthStudents, parents, teachers, and community members came together to gather artifacts to help celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month at Cimarron Springs Middle School for Mrs. Trujillo’s Spanish class. Items included a variety of food, clothing, and kitchen items with historical value from different Spanish-speaking countries. Students will be researching a figure from Hispanic history and presenting a small biography on them over the next four weeks. On September 24th, students had the opportunity to view and learn about customs and traditions of Spanish-speaking countries through artifacts brought in by Mrs. Trujillo and Lidia Goodman, a former Cimarron teacher and current district volunteer and substitute.  Mrs. Goodman shared several artifacts from her upbringing in Sonora, Mexico.

National Hispanic Heritage Month is observed annually from September 15 to October 15, by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America.

Photo Gallery
Posted : 9/27/2021 | Direct Link
Share your good news and celebrations!
Good News and CelebrationsThe Dysart Unified School District would like to celebrate students, staff and community members who are contributing to the greater good during this unprecedented time. Do you have a teacher or staff member who is going above and beyond in assisting a student in remote learning?  Is your student/club working on a community service project or spreading cheer through a positive action? Did a community group or organization donate time or goods to your school? We want to hear from you. Please fill out the form below with the information and share a photo of the kind act so we can share these #DysartExtraordinary actions with our community.

Good News and Celebrations Form
 
Posted : 4/14/2020 | Direct Link
Problems to Solve: Survey (Sustainable Engineering Program)
Take this survey to support our students in problem solving with a Sustainable Engineering Focus.
Posted : 9/3/2019 | Direct Link
Site Council Parent Members Needed!
The school site council is a group of teachers, parents, classified employees, that works with the principal to develop,
review and evaluate school improvement programs and school budgets.

We are in need of three parent volunteers to serve on our schools site council. 

If interested in serving please e-mail Principal Richards at [email protected].

Thank you and we look forward to hearing from you!
Posted : 8/16/2019 | Direct Link
Drive Wise Surprise - Back to School Tips
The start of another school year is right around the corner! YOUR Surprise Police Department would like to share some basic back-to-school safety tips for drivers and for students. 
 
Next week, school will begin and school buses, young pedestrians and some young bicyclists will soon be making the early morning commute to school throughout Surprise. To ensure the children make it to their destination safely, please be on the lookout for the students. 
 
For parents, or those students that are driving, please pay attention to all traffic signs as well as signs that prohibit or restrict parking. As a reminder, if a sign says that “stopping, standing, and parking” is prohibited, you cannot wait there.
 
Additionally, as parents, please talk to your children about some of the dangers of the roadway. Remind them to stop and look left, right and left again to see if cars are coming before they cross the street.
 
As the start of the school year is a busy time for everyone, we recommend you leave a little earlier than you may normally need to. The extra time you gain by leaving early can help to reduce the stress level.
 
Starting August 1st, 2019, officers from YOUR Surprise Police Department will be enhancing our enforcement efforts around local schools. The school zone enforcement will primarily be focused on the following issues:
 
• Speeding in school zones
• Speeding near crosswalks
• Passing in school zones
• Not stopping when people are in the crosswalks
 
Remember, we all share the streets, so please, Drive Wise, Surprise!
Posted : 8/1/2019 | Direct Link
Community Letter
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Dear Amazing Stallion Community!
 

I am honored to start my third year as principal and look forward to working with you again to ensure our students receive an unstoppable education!
 
At Cimarron, we are dedicated to inspiring our students to be lifelong learners, well equipped with the skills they need to continue their education and jump into and be successful at whatever comes next!  Working together, we will ensure each and every Stallion is prepared and excited to make an impact on our community and the world!
 
Below are a few informational items to ease your transition back to school.
 
First and Foremost:  There will be a Student Handbook coming home on the first day of school; please tear out the Technology Agreement and sign BOTH sides and return to homeroom teachers ASAP, as students will be unable to use computers/school technology after AUGUST 20TH if we do not have a signed copy.  
 
Communication:
  1. During the school year, we will continue to communicate with you in a variety of ways.  Typically, we communicate through the school website by keeping our NEWS and CALENDAR up to date on upcoming events. If you have a question about an upcoming event, we encourage you to look at our calendar and click on the event for details.   
  2. We also have Twitter @CSESStallions,/ Facebook: Cimarron Springs Elementary School,/ and Instagram: @csesstallions.
  3. We also will, occasionally, send an AutoDialer phone message and important information via paper in students’ backpacks.  
  4. Teachers send weekly email blasts and some communicate with you via Teacher/Parent communication notebooks home.
 
NEW Drop Off/Pick Up Procedures:  click for information!
 
Faculty and Staff:  Our front office remains the same;  We have only a few new teachers joining us this year so please click on Faculty and Staff to see the list of teachers.  
 
Office Hours:  Our office is open from 8:00 am - 4:30 pm Monday through Friday beginning July 29th.  Our experienced staff are here to answer your questions and offer assistance.  The office phone number is 623.523.8600. 
 
Homeroom Assignments:  Your student’s homeroom teacher will be located on the Parent Portal as of August 2nd.  Find directions to access the Parent Portal Here.
 
Meet the Teacher Night/Curriculum Night:  This night will be held tomorrow, Friday, August 2nd.  
Both times will be the same presentation.  We are splitting the times for convenience in attendance.  Please choose ONE time to attend.  
First Session:  5:00 - 5:45 PM 
Second Session:  5:45 - 6:30 PM  
Please Remember to Check the Parent Portal for Your Student's Teacher.
 
Bus Transportation:  Please click this link for information.  
 
First Day of School:  Students are scheduled to return on Tuesday, August 6th.  School hours will be 9:00 to 3:45. On the first day of school, parents may walk their students to class, but need to leave the building no later than 9:00 a.m.
 
School Hours:  
  • Tuesday - Friday:  9:00 - 3:45. 
  • Mondays are early release days: 9:00 - 1:45.  
Gates will open at 8:40 a.m. Please ensure your student does NOT arrive before this time as there is no supervision until 8:40.   Students will either go directly to class or to the cafeteria for breakfast.  Instruction starts promptly at 9:00. 
 
PreSchool:  Tuesday - Friday                         Monday Early Release
  • A.M. - 9:00  - 11:45am               9:00 - 10:45
  • P.M. - 1:00 - 3:45                           12:00 - 1:45
 
Parent Teacher Association (PTA):  Please be sure to join our PTA this year! They are amazing and the impact they make for your students and CSES teachers is incredible!  The fee is small, but the impact is huge!  Please click the above link for more information!
 
7th/8th Grade Softball/Baseball Tryouts:  Begins August 12th.  First game is August 26.  Playoffs Sept 27 - Oct. 9th..
Posted : 8/1/2019 | Direct Link
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