The Dysart Unified School District is focused on raising the relevance and rigor of education. Ensuring students are equipped with the skills necessary to meet the challenges and opportunities in a 21st century global society are at the heart of the mission and vision. The goal is to graduate all students ready for college, career and a productive life in this new century. Dysart is dedicated to going beyond providing preschool through grade 12 students with just the educational basics. To accomplish this, the district must work collaboratively with all stakeholders and actively involve parents and community members as partners.
Profile of a Dysart College and Career Ready Graduate
The Dysart Unified School District developed profile skills that a Dysart graduate should possess to be successful in the new century. The district then established how to assess and use these skills throughout the curriculum and through professional development and training across all grade levels and content areas.
- Global Citizen
- Tech Literate
- Critical Thinker
The Dysart School District offers a variety of Academic Pathways to meet individual student needs and aspirations to ensure they are college and career ready. Pathways are broken down into middle school and high school and have specific websites so that parents and students can further explore these options.
Middle Level Pathways:
High School Pathways:
ECAP and Parent Portal
An ECAP (Education and Career Action Plan) reflects a student’s current plan of coursework, career aspirations, and extended learning opportunities in order to develop the student’s individual academic and career goals. It provides valuable learning experiences in setting and attaining goals. Visit the ECAP website at www.azed.gov/ecap/
or you can access ECAP through the Parent Portal
. The Parent Portal is provided to give the students and parents an opportunity to create an account to access specific information such as grades, assignments, and attendance that pertains to a student who is enrolled in the Dysart Unified School District.
This virtual college and career center is designed to help parents and students seek pertinent information regarding high school, college and careers. It is a resource to guide in the exploration of all aspects of high school success and postsecondary planning. Each bookshelf is composed of applicable information regarding topics that may include high school graduation, college requirements, resume and job-interviewing tips and much more. The help desk is available for any questions you may have and can direct you to a specific counselor.
Parent Academic Success Tips
Your involvement in your child’s academic success, at every stage, opens the door to opportunities and increases their options for the future. Part of being an engaged parent is knowing about key academic milestones and what to do at each stage of your child’s academic development. In order to help parents understand what the standards mean for their child, Expect More Arizona
has provided materials that can assist you in creating a high expectation culture in your home and help guide your student toward academic success. Below, you can download the Expect More Arizona
Parent Brochure and Grade by Grade Academic Sheets for grades K-12.