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Student Services

Cochise Services

Code of Conduct

Important Notice:

The purpose of this form is twofold: 
(1) To give the parent or guardian an opportunity to opt out ot any of the items listed below and 
(2) To affirm acknowledgement of the Code of Conduct If SUSD does not receive this form (or printed copy) within fourteen (14) calendar days from your receipt of this form, SUSD will assume consent to the release of the categories of information contained in this form.

2017-2018 Uniform Code of Conduct (English)
2017-2018 Uniform Code of Conduct (Spanish)

Student Release Form

English Language Development

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Philosophy Statement for the ELD Department

The Scottsdale Unified School District’s English Language Development (ELD) Department’s philosophy is to provide specialized, academic English instruction to students who are not yet proficient in English and empower their families to achieve success and personal growth.

  • Uphold high academic expectations for all students through highly effective teaching and data analysis
  • Seek active partnerships with families and provide access to resources
  • Ensure that administrators, teachers and staff are in compliance with the state and district initiatives through collaboration and professional development 
C O N T A C T  L O C A T I O N P H O N E
Donny Dalton ANLC, Kiva 480-484-7548
Sonia Otero-Hanley Arcadia, Hopi 480-484-6308
Maria Shipley Mohave, Pueblo, Saguaro


480-229-0012 (cell)

Rebecca Rivera Coronado 480-484-6822
Mariela Duarte

Anasazi, Chaparral HS, Cheyenne, Cherokee, Cocopah, Copper Ridge School, Desert Canyon Elementary/Middle, Desert Mountain HS, Laguna, Mountainside MS, Redfield, Sequoya


480-389-8115 (cell)

Angelica Amaya Pima 480-484-2803
Fabiola Ordonez Cochise, Navajo 480-484-2619
Gloria Vargas Tonalea K-8 480-484-5803
Sandra Padilla Tavan 480-484-3522
Maria Padilla Yavapai 480-484-3800 x3851
Lily Saldana Hohokam 480-484-1806
Chayito Hernandez Ingleside 480-484-4914

Health Center

Contact information: 
Melissa Siegel, BSN, RN & Patrice Phillips, BSN, RN
Phone:  480-484-1111   Fax: 480-484-1101
Email: msiegel@susd.org or pphillips@susd.org

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Note: You need to use Single Sign On when not on an SUSD Campus

Lunch Information

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What is PBIS?

School-wide Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (PBIS) is a proactive, team-based framework for creating and sustaining safe and effective schools. Emphasis is placed on prevention of problem behavior, development of pro-social skills, and the use of data-based problem solving for addressing existing behavior concerns. School-wide PBIS increases the capacity of schools to educate all students utilizing evidence-based school-wide, classroom, and individualized interventions. 

Shannon Cronn
Clinical Services Coordinator

Matthew Lins
Safe and Supportive Schools Specialist

Special Education

Special Education is defined by the specially designed instruction developed to meet the unique needs of a student with a disability.

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Parent involvement in program development, support services and school and home collaboration is very important to us.

We hope you find information on the web site helpful.  For student records please contact Ana Hulbert at 480-484-5074 or email her at ahulbert@susd.org

Destruction of Records

Special Education records are destroyed five (5) years after a student has withdrawn, transferred, graduated or been exited from special education services at Scottsdale Unified School District.  This year we will be destroying the records of students who left the district or exited services in the 2012-2013 school year.  If you are a parent or student and need a copy of your student’s special education records for any reason, e.g., social security benefits, please contact Ana Hulbert in the Special Education department at 480-484-5074 or email ahulbert@susd.org prior to November 1, 2016.

Special Education is defined by the specially designed instruction developed to meet the unique needs of a student with a disability.  Students with disabilities are those students evaluated and found eligible as having;

Development Delay (until age 10) 
Emotional Disability 
Hearing Impairment 
Mild/Moderate Intellectual Disability 
Multiple Disabilities 
Multiple Disabilities with Severe Sensory Impairment 
Orthopedic Impairment 
Other Health Impairments 
Preschool Severe Delay 
Specific Learning Disability 
Speech/Language Impairment (including preschool age) 
Severe Intellectual Disability 
Traumatic Brain Injury 
Visual Impairment

Adapted Physical Education
Behavior Management
High School Transition Specialists
Hearing Impaired
PreSchool Program PANDA
Speech-Language Therapy

Testing Information

Accountability & Assessments Page