Pre-K-6th grade students returning for in-person learning came back on February 16, and students in grades 7-12 returned on February 22.
At Eagle Ridge Elementary School, we provide quality, appropriate and rigorously challenging instruction to students. Teachers plan focused lessons using the Arizona State Standards as outlined in Arizona Learns and No Child Left Behind federal legislation.
The learning environments are productive and safe for children. Eagle Ridge has the anti-bullying and anti-violence Make Your Day Citizenship Program in place, and is a designated No Place for Hate school that develops character traits in the areas of responsibility, fairness, citizenship, caring, trustworthiness and respect.
Average class size is 26, and special area classes include art, P.E., and music. Our students attend library once a week. Students have daily access to laptops in the classroom. They also can participate in sports club, drama, cheer, and creative arts.