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Healthy Celebrations at Guerrero Elementary

Guerrero is a Healthy Birthday Celebrations School. This means we find ways to celebrate the day without cookies, cakes and cupcakes.  Birthday celebrations and family events are great opportunities to promote a healthy lifestyle, provide consistent  messages and create excitement around nutritious choices at school. In 2018, Guerrero Parents on the School Improvement Advisory...
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COVID-19 Mitigation Strategies Update, Aug. 25, 2021

A message to the Mesa Public Schools community from superintendent Andi Fourlis and associate superintendent Holly Williams.

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Guerrero Students Learn Coding through Robotics Challenge

In the fall of 2020, students in grades 4, 5 and 6 were invited to join the FIRST® LEGO® League at Pedro Guerrero Elementary. Using hands-on learning to gain real-world experiences, the team engaged in research, problem-solving, coding, and engineering as they built and programmed robots using LEGO® educational materials.  Assisted by the ASU Engineering Outreach Department,...
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Third Graders Invited to Join Choir

Third grade students have been invited to join the choir starting in April. It is an extracurricular activity that supports a child's interest in music, singing and performance. Students will learn how to sight sing and read from a score. We will be developing vocal technique while also incorporating movement.  Rehearsals are held every Friday afternoon from 2:45pm until 4pm in the...
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Second Semester Learning Model

Mesa Public Schools is committed to studying public health data and school-level data to determine the most appropriate learning model for each school. At this time, the data for our school supports a safe transition to a five-day modified in-person learning model beginning Tuesday, January 19.

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