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Phone: 480-484-7100
Absence Line: 480-484-7299

Fax: 480-484-7101
Office Hours: 7:00am - 3:30pm School Hours: 7:45am - 2:20pm

Saguaro High School
6250 N. 82nd Street
Scottsdale, AZ 85250  MAP
Brian Corte, Principal
Trina Ganster, Ann Achtziger APs

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Upcoming Events
Today
- ASSEMBLY
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Home Game - BOYS BKB vs WASHINGTON
4:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Away Game - GIRLS BKB vs WASHINGTON
4:00 PM - 9:00 PM
2/3/2015
 
District Announcements
ATTENTION: Measles
Maricopa County Department of Public Health has confirmed 2 cases of Measles in Maricopa County. Read Measles Update | EspañolGet Vaccinated | Information about exposure
What is happening at Saguaro?

 

Sabercat Announcements!
Measels
Measels update from the Maricopa Health Dept
Please click here to read the letter from SUSD
                                       
Saguaro Fine Arts
Presents

LEGALLY BLONDE
March 25-27  @7:00 PM
$7 Students/ $10 General Admission/ Free for SUSD Employees


Congratulations to the following
Saguaro Student Musicians
They have made the North Central Region Orchestra, Choir and Band


Orchestra
Alex Garza, Tyler Jones, Daniel Matloff, Grayson Meadows, Sarah Perleberg, Hayden Stone, Cameron Whyte
and Harrison Whyte


Choir
Kati Jory Miller, Sabrina Kemmer, Seth Tutnick, Chance Robson, Tino Velez and Daniele Foglesong

Band
Chance Robson


 
Spirit Day
GOT SPIRIT
Monday-ASU vs UofA vs NAU
   

Tuesday- Stripes vs Spots


Wednesday- America vs the World

Thursday-City vs Country
 

Friday-Boys vs Girls


Lets have some fun this week!!
Pesticide Application Notification
Pesticide Notification

Date: January 20, 2015      Time:6:00 AM
                    Location:Fencelines, granite bays, all fields, right of ways
Type: Speedzone/Quickpro
Herbicide / Weeds


Additional Treatment
NA



 

 
Whopping Cough
Dear Parent / Guardian
Your child may have been exposed to pertussis (also known as “whooping cough”).
 Pertussis is a highly contagious disease caused by a bacteria which is spread through the air by coughing or contact with infected secretions from the mouth, nose or throat. Adults, adolescents and even fully immunized children can get pertussis and pass it on to babies and very young children who are more likely to develop serious illness and complications. 
Saguaro High School administration and nurse urge parents to contact their family’s health care provider if any of the following signs/symptoms are observed in their student or other family member.
  • Coughing illness lasting longer than one to two weeks (without another known cause). 
  • Coughing illness which becomes worse over 1-2 weeks with long series of violent coughing lasting several minutes, person appears and feels well between “fits” of coughing. 
  • Spasms of cough (sudden spells or “fits” of coughing where one cough follows the next without a break for a breath, a whooping sound may be heard in children). 
  • Throwing up/vomiting after a “fit” of coughing. 
  • Trouble catching their breath or turning blue after a “fit” of coughing.  
  • Coughing is often worse at night and cough medicines usually do not help.
If you observe any of the above symptoms, please keep your student home and contact his/her health care provider. If these symptoms appear while your student is in school, you will be called to pick him/her up. Your student will not be allowed to return to school until he/she is checked by their health care provider.  Please show this letter to the health care provider when your student is seen.  If whooping cough is diagnosed and your student is placed on treatment, he/she can return to school after five full days of appropriate antibiotic therapy. Your student can return to school immediately if the doctor verifies they do not have pertussis.
We also recommend that families with infants/children review their child’s immunization record with his/her health care provider to assure they are up-to-date on all their DTaP and Tdap vaccine doses.  All children should have three doses of DTaP vaccine by six months of age with a booster dose given at 12-15 months of age and again at 4 years of age. Adolescents should have one dose of Tdap at 10-11 years old. Adults can also receive Tdap to protect against pertussis. Families with infants should avoid contact with people who have coughing illnesses and adults with cough should not be close to infants. 
 
Please contact the Maricopa County Office of Community Health Nursing at (602) 506-6767
(ask for a surveillance nurse) if you or your student’s health care provider have any questions.

 

Thank you for your cooperation,
 
Nancy Tillinghast RN, BSN
@Saguaro High School
480-484-7111
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Please click here to read/print out Fact Sheet
Please click here to read/print cover your cough
Please click here to read/print Letter from Maricopa County Health Dept.

Parking


Starting Monday January 12, 2015
Security Staff will be checking
for student parking permits.

All Students are REQUIRED to have a parking permit displayed if you are parking
a vehicle on campus.

NO PERMIT-NO PARKING
Vehicles without a parking permit
will be tagged with the orange sticker and Administration will be notified.


 
2015-16 High School Planning Guide

2015-16 High School Planning Guide
Please click here to review/print out the HSPG

      


 
SUSD Celebrates its Newest National Board Certified Teachers
National Board Certification is one of the highest achievements in the teaching profession. Recently, 15 Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD) teachers earned this credential by completing the rigorous National Board Certified Teacher (NBCT) process and two teachers renewed their credentials. SUSD now has 89 board certified teachers.
 
The newly certified teachers are: Jackie Switalski Oates, Kiva; Darci Aronson, Redfield; Judy Droz, Cherokee; Jessica Valencia, Hohokam; Robin Wynne, Laguna; Amy Johnson, Saguaro; Casey Boerner, Chaparral; Joe Olney, Chaparral; Ted Anderson, Chaparral; Tom Roxborough, Coronado; Linda Graham, Laguna; Emily Cochran, Hopi; Diana Bode, Hopi; Debbie Hawkins, Laguna; and Jill Schadt, Cherokee. Nancy Rose, Arcadia, and Malcolm Leinwohl, Chaparral, renewed their credentials. They will be recognized at the February 10, 2015 Governing Board meeting. See NBCT
Graduation information

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NEW Graduation information has been added to the student/parent tab 10/31/14
Please click on either tab to see all graduation information

*New Information has been added: September 30 2014*

With Due Respect to All:
Please do not decorate your caps for the commencement ceremony.



CLASS OF 1970
CLASS OF "1970" REUNION
Save the date!
The Saguaro High School Class of 1970 will be having its 45th reunion on April 18, 2015.
Details available soon on the class Facebook page and at
www.saguaro70.com

 
2 Saguaro Students Earn Perfect ACT Score
Two seniors from Saguaro High school have earned a top composite score of 36 on a recent ACT test. The students who earned this achievement Harrison and Jontito Casalena. “We are extremely proud that Harrison and Jontito earned this amazing achievement,” said Dr. Mitch von Gnechten, executive director of Secondary Schools. See ACT
 
Transcript link
High School Transcripts
 
www.parchment.com
Please contact Lisa Steinheiser 480 484-7113 or lsteinhesier@susd.org
for all transcript questions and or concerns
House of Tutors
House of Tutors
Peers helping Peers

Begins on August 18th, 2014
Every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
2:30-3:30 PM
Meet in the Library


 
ID's


District Policy
requires that All STAFF AND STUDENTS
wear their school ID's every day.
ID's must be visible at all times.



Silver Apple Award
Do you have a Teacher you would like to nominate for the
SILVER APPLE AWARD

HONORING OUTSTANDING TEACHERS FOR OVER 20 YEARS
Winning Teachers will be featured on 3TV and will receive
$500.00 to use in their classrooms!
For more information:
www.azfamily.com/silverapple
nominations accepted through
February 28th, 2015

Admin Team


2014 2015 Saguaro High School Administration Team
Trina Ganster, AP Student Services
Ann Achtziger, AP Educational Services
Brian Corte, Principal

2014-2015 Bell schedules w/counselor info

Bell Schedules

Please click here to print / view the
2014/2015 Daily, Pep Assembly and Early Release Bell Schedule

2014-15 Athletic Packet

Interested in trying out for a Sport for the 2014-15 School Year?


All students who wish to try out for a sport must complete the
2014-2015 Saguaro High School Athletic Packet.

Please click here to read and print out your packet

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