Navajo Elementary School
In August 2018, a fire in a storage area on the campus of Navajo Elementary School, 4525 N. Granite Reef Rd., forced students and staff to relocate to 7501 E. Oak St. In October 2018, the SUSD Governing Board decided to use insurance money to restore fire-damaged areas of the campus. At its regular board meeting on February 12, 2019, the SUSD Governing Board approved $4.26 million in bond funds for additional renovations to the campus.
The next community forum for the Navajo renovation project is August 22, 2019 at 3:30 pm. in the community room at 7501 E. Oak Street, Scottsdale. For details, call (480) 484-2600.
Community Engagement & Stakeholder Outreach Timeline
May 30, 2019 — Principal Patzlaff Letter to the Community, Spanish Version
May 20, 2019 — Stakeholder Community Input Meeting
March 6, 2019 — Stakeholder Community Input Meeting
February 14, 2019 — Principal Patzlaff Letter to the Community , Spanish Version
February 12, 2019 — SUSD Governing Board Approves $4.26 Million in Additional Funds to Renovate Navajo Campus, Video
January 30, 2019 — Stakeholder Community Input Meeting
January 11, 2019 — Principal Patzlaff Letter to the Community , Spanish Version
December 6, 2018 — Principal Patzlaff Letter to the Community, Spanish Version
November 2018 — Superintendent Letter to the Community, Spanish Version
October 19, 2018 — Principal Patzlaff Letter to the Community , Spanish Version
October 16, 2018 — SUSD Governing Board Decides to Restore the Fire-Damaged Navajo Campus With Insurance Money
October 16, 2018 — CFO Jeff Gadd Presents Options to SUSD Governing Board - Video
August 23, 2018 — Navajo Students and Staff Relocate 3 Miles Away to Oak Learning Academy campus at 7501 E. Oak
August 22, 2018 — Fire Damages Navajo Elementary Campus at 4525 N. Granite Reef Road
Navajo Documents & Links
August 2018 Community Connection: How Do You Move a School in One Day?
November 2018 Community Connection: Governing Board Decides to Restore Navajo's Fire-Damaged Campus
November 2018 Community Connection: Governing Board Decides to Use Bonds Funds to Further Renovate Navajo Campus
Navajo Project Commitee
Since this project involves both insurance monies to restore only the fire-damaged areas and SUSD Bond monies to upgrade and update additional systems, there have been a series of actions taking place involving the community, parents, teachers, the school Principal as well as SUSD Facilities staff and representatives from the insurance trust.