Distance learning recommenced for PVSchools students on Monday, November 23.
Wildfire Elementary School (WFES) is located in the Desert Ridge area of north Phoenix. We currently educate over 700 students in kindergarten through 6th-Grade and house two Community Education preschool classes.
WFES has an implementation of 1-to-1 student technology. Every 1st-6th-grade student is supplied with either an iPad or Chromebook to enhance learning, engagement, and creativity opportunities throughout the day. We are a group of educators who care for any and all students who come through our doors. Teachers at Wildfire Elementary continually implement the latest online educational resources to help enhance student understanding and provide them with enriched learning opportunities.
At Wildfire Elementary School, we work collaboratively to engage students in individualized, rigorous, and authentic learning experiences. We do this by utilizing a variety of print, digital, and off-site resources to provide students with opportunities to increase their understanding and academic abilities. Our teachers and staff strive to develop lasting relationships that support and foster social, emotional, and academic needs to ensure individual student success. We believe that WFES is a place that all students, regardless of background and prior learning, will thrive and become better students and people.
The mission of Wildfire Elementary School is to lead students to high achievement and individual excellence in a collaborative learning environment.
Wildfire Elementary School is returning to online learning on November 23rd. All students will participate in their classes remotely utilizing the Google Classroom and Google Meets/WebX platforms.
To help keep our students and staff healthy and safe, WFES has updated our arrival and dismissal procedures. Please click the link below to view the changes and familiarize yourself with the procedures to help us have a safe and smooth drop-off and pick-up.
If you are experiencing technical difficulties while utilizing the PVConnect and PVOnline learning models, the PV Assist website is here to help. PV Assist is an Information Technoloy support site which will help students and their families navigate logins/passwords, issues with Chromebooks, Google Classroom, and much more.
Request a School Tour - Due to the school closure, all school tours are currently postponed for a future date and time. We will be making a virtual tour available for those interested. To view videos of the school in action, please visit our Youtube Page.
While we couldn't have our traditional Harvest Parade this year due to COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines, we still had a great time showing off our costumes for the camera!
1:1 Technology Ratio
Core Knowledge Curriculum