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Constitution Day is September 17th!

In 2004, the U.S. Government passed legislation requiring that all educational institutions that receive federal funds provide lessons and/or programs relating to the U.S. Constitution on September 17th of each year in order to increase constitutional knowledge and promote citizenship. To help our teachers accomplish this goal, our Social Studies team has compiled an extensive list of resources, lesson plans, games, and more! Click the button below to check out these resources, and don't forget to take a look at our September Lesson of the Month for even more!

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Solar Eclipse 2017

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2017 AzSEF Winner Results


Best in Fair winners recognized at the Mesa City Council Meeting on April 17th

From Left: Mayor John Giles and Bonny Hayward, Best in Fair teacher Awardee from Mesa Academy; Danijela Covo, Best in Fair Student from Mesa High School, and District 6 Councilmember Kevin Thompson.

From Left: Mayor John Giles; Bonny Hayward, Best in Fair Teacher Awardee from Mesa Academy; Danijela Covo, Best in Fair Student Awardee from Mesa High School; District 6 Councilmember Kevin Thompson

Our Programs

Chief Science Officers

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Virtual MA10
Flight Centers

5th Grade


Space Integration Module
6th Grade

Project M.E.S.A.
Drivers Education

Important Events

Arizona Science & Social Studies Standards Review

Please click here for the ADE Stardards and Review Survey
and Framework for Science and Social Studies

Martin Luther King, Jr. Creative Contest