Desert View Elementary School

5A School that is ranked #1 in all of Yuma County!  The Race for Excellence Has No Finish Line!  NIET Founders Award finalist 2019 and 2020.  We  prohibit the copying of any student’s work or photo without express written permission of the school, the student’s work or photo without express written permission of the school, the student and his/her parent.

2017-18 staff picture

National School Choice Week Coordinator 2017

Art Club Fair Entries 2017
AZELLA reclassification rate 2016

Student Council 2017-2018

Aug. 2019

2020 3rd place boys' basketball

Founders' Day Parade 2016
Science Fair 2017 1st Fluffy Colored Slime, 2nd Solar Lego Car, and 3rd Diet Soda and Mentos Explosion

2019

2017-2018

2017-2018 Label - Staff Picture

2017-2018 Motto

1st place Girls Softball 2020

Color Me Run Nov. 2017

2017 AZ

2018

Spelling Bee winners 2016-2017
Ambassadors of Excellence at Ed Pastor School 2016

Our Mission

At Desert View Elementary School, our mission is to empower all students to become life-long learners and be productive contributors in a global society by:

  1. instilling academic excellence

  2. setting high expectations

  3. developing solid foundations with high quality programs

  4. creating a safe environment

  5. preparing students for college and career readiness

  6. increasing parent, teacher and administrator involvement

 

“One Team, One Goal, Making A Difference!”


Gadsden Elementary School District No. 32
Mission Statement:

Our Mission is to ensure high quality educational programs by providing each student with the skills necessary to contribute to our society and to successfully compete in the global economy. We will accomplish this by emphasizing the development of both academic and social skills.

Nuestra Misión

Nuestra Mision es garantizar programas educativos de alta calidad proporcionando a cada estudiante las destrezas necesarias para aportar a nuestra sociedad y existosamente competir en la economia global. Esto se lograra enfatizando el desarrollo academico y sus habilidades sociales.


News & Announcements

Food Service Department was awarded the $50,000.00 “No Kid Hungry Grant”

San Luis, AZ- Gadsden Elementary School District #32 Food Service Department has been awarded $50,000 for all schools in the district from the “No Kid Hungry Grant”
The No Kid Hungry grant is a national campaign run by Share our Strength, a nonprofit working to solve problems of hunger and poverty in the United States and around the world. Millions of vulnerable children are losing the healthy meals they depend on as the coronavirus closes schools nationwide. No Kid Hungry worked with states and the USDA to develop a map to help families easily find free meals for their kids.
Gadsden Elementary School District #32 is using funds to serve all children an estimated 6,400 meals a day in at least eight feeding sites.
Thank you to the Albertsons Companies Foundation who generously funded this grant, and thank you to the Food Service Department for your hard work and dedication during this difficult time!!!

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