Combs Middle School seventh grade honors students recently participated in the ASU Honeywell Fiesta Bowl Aerospace Challenge at the ASU Polytechnic Campus in Mesa, Arizona.
J.O. Combs Middle School students will have several exciting new elective course options to choose from for the 2017-2018 school year.
The following letter was sent to families with children attending Combs High School, February 8th.
The advanced Ag Science students at Combs High School are involved in building raised plant beds with a hands-on project. After the initial build of the greenhouses, students are now involved in implementing scientific practices by mixing their soil with the proper proportions of water and plant nutrients. The students will be growing all the vegetables needed to make salsa for the CHS staff.
Preschool Pathfinders is a new club at Simonton Elementary in San Tan Valley.
Students in grades 5 and 6 apply to be a leader in the preschool classrooms to support our youngest Stallions.
In partnership with the College Football Playoff Foundation, Extra Yard for Teachers, the Fiesta Bowl granted $500,000 throughout the month of December by fulfilling 100 randomly-selected wishes. One of those wishes went to a local San Tan Valley school.
Combs Middle School was honored to celebrate Veterans Day with its school community on Thursday, November 10. To honor veterans within the middle school community, students were able to invite a veteran to CMS for a variety of festivities.
Jack W. Harmon Elementary School's annual Veterans Day Assembly is scheduled for Thursday, November 10th at 9:30 am. The students and staff invite all members of our community who have served in our nation's armed forces to attend the assembly.
Each spring, students in 3rd through 12th grades take the AzMERIT test in English Language Arts and Mathematics. Students are assessed on their proficiency with state standards in both content areas and results are shared with schools and the community in the fall. Combs Traditional Academy, a “back-to-basics” school of choice in the J.O. Combs Unified School District in San Tan Valley, once again earned high marks in student proficiency on the assessment.
Combs Traditional Academy invites the community and veterans to help them recognize Veterans Day on November 10th.
“Congratulations” to the Combs Middle School baseball team for winning the Desert Middle School League Tournament Championship 2-0 defeating Cactus Canyon Junior High of Apache Junction.
The POPS (Program for Outstanding Preschool Students) classrooms at Ranch Elementary are filled with preschool students that receive special education services as well as typical peers who are in the class to be peer models.