Santa Cruz Valley Students
SCV Teaching Fellows
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Santa Cruz Valley Unified School District No. 35 (SCV) and the University of Arizona (UA) College of Education are looking for dedicated and determined individuals committed to making a difference in a student's life.

SCV and UA have partnered to create a unique program which supports teacher candidates both professionally and financially throughout the program. Students in the program work closely with the district throughout their teacher preparation program, completing all of the fieldwork in our district with one or more mentor teachers who are also dedicated to working with children and adolescents in Southern Arizona.

Financial Support

Acceptance and start of participation in the SCV Teaching Fellows program  $1000
Start of student teaching in a SCV school  $1000
Mid-point of student teaching in a SCV school  $400
Successful completion of student teaching in a SCV school  $400
Completion of 1st year of successful teaching in a SCV school  $400
Completion of 2nd year of successful teaching in a SCV school  $600
Completion of 3rd year of successful teaching in a SCV school  $1000
Total Financial Support    $4800

The SCV Teaching Fellows program can help you reach your goal of becoming a teacher.


How do you become an Arizona Teaching Fellow?
 
Please follow the directions in the section that best describes you.
 
Are you a high school graduate?
  1. The first step is to apply to the University of Arizona via the Undergraduate Admissions application.
  2. Then, you will need to apply to the teacher preparation program of your choice in the spring of your sophomore year, by the second Friday in February, for fall admission. For more information about the process and required documents, please visit the Apply page on the UA College of Education website.
  3. Last, you will need to apply by February 23, 2018, to the Teaching Fellows program, selecting your first and second district of your choice. The application will open on February 1, 2018, and is accessible on the UA College of Education’s Apply page.
 
Are you a community college student?
  1. The first step is to meet with a UA College of Education advisor. Once you determine your ideal term of admittance, you will apply to the University of Arizona via the Transfer Admissions application.
  2. Then, you will need to apply to the teacher prep program of your choice (typically in the spring of your sophomore year if you are full-time, by the second Friday in February). For more information about the process and required documents, please visit their Apply page.
  3. Last, you will need to apply by February 23, 2018, to the Teaching Fellows program, selecting your first and second district of your choice. Application will open on February 1, 2018, and is accessible on the UA College of Education’s Apply page.
 
Are you a college graduate looking to teach in elementary (grades K-8)?
  1. Contact a College of Education advisor based on your last name. Your advisor will assist you with exploring the post-baccalaureate elementary education program.
  2. Then you will need to apply to the elementary education program for the upcoming fall semester.

Are you a college graduate looking to teach secondary education (grades 6-12)?

  1. Review the Teach Arizona program information on the UA College of Education website.
  2. Contact the Teach Arizona program director, Patty Stowers at pstowers@email.arizona.edu. Indicate the content area you hope to teach, and please attach scans of your unofficial transcripts for review.
  3. Then, apply to the University of Arizona via the graduate college application, and select the Master of Arts in Secondary Education, Teach Arizona program. Preference given to students applying for 2018-19 academic year admittance by January 31, 2018, and they will continue to accept applications until filled.
 
Are you a college graduate looking to teach special education K-12? 
  1. Review the Special Education Master of Arts Mild-Moderate Disabilities program information.
  2. Contact Dr. Carl Liaupsin, program director, at liaupsin@email.arizona.edu to arrange an interview and information session.
  3. After your interview and information session, you should apply to the Special Education Master of Arts Mild-Moderate Disabilities program through the UA Graduate College site. Preference given to students applying for 2018-19 academic year admittance by January 31, 2018, and they will continue to accept applications until filled.
  4. Last, apply by February 23, 2018, to the Teaching Fellows Program. Application will open on February 1, 2018, and is accessible on the Apply page.
 
Once you receive admission to a teacher preparation program and you apply to the Teaching Fellows program, the district will consider your application, select candidates for interview, and choose Fellows for the district.
 
If none of these options describe you, please e-mail the College of Education-Arizona Teaching Fellows at coe-aztf@email.arizona.edu.


Important Information

For further inquiry, please contact Julieta Quiroz at jquiroz@scv35.org or at (520) 375.8267.


Contact the UA for Information

College of Education-Arizona Teaching Fellows
coe-aztf@email.arizona.edu
(520) 621.7865
1430 E. 2nd Street
PO Box 210069
Tucson, AZ 85721






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All SCVUSD35 schools will be closed Thursday, April 26 and Friday, April 27.

 

Despite our best efforts to keep our schools operational, we have learned today that we will not have sufficient staffing to safely supervise all students.  Regretfully, we will close schools for these dates.

 

We will continue to provide food service to any SCVUSD35 student at the following locations:

 

Calabasas School

131 Camino Maricopa

 

Coatimundi Middle School

490 E. Avenida Coatimundi

 

Rio Rico High School

590 Camino Lito Galindo

 

Meals will be provided at the following times:  Breakfast:  7:00-8:00 a.m., Lunch: 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

 

No student ID will be required.  Unfortunately, no transportation will be available. Adult meals will be available for $2.25 (Breakfast) and $3.25 (Lunch).

 

Middle and high school scheduled athletic games will continue as scheduled, as will high school field trips.  Details regarding field trips will be provided by instructors.

 

The District Office and Welcome Center will remain open during regular business hours:  7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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Estimados padres: Este es el Distrito Escolar Unificado del Valle de Santa Cruz. Todas las escuelas del Distrito Escolar No. 35  estarán cerradas el jueves, 26 de abril y el viernes, 27 de abril. A pesar de nuestros mejores esfuerzos para mantener operativas nuestras escuelas, hoy hemos aprendido que no contaremos con personal suficiente para supervisar de manera segura a todos los estudiantes. Lamentablemente, cerraremos las escuelas para estas fechas.

 Continuaremos brindando servicio de alimentos a cualquier estudiante del Distrito Escolar No. 35 en las siguientes ubicaciones: Escuela Calabasas 131 Camino Maricopa Escuela secundaria de Coatimundi 490 E. Avenida Coatimundi y en  Rio Rico High School 590 Camino Lito Galindo.  Las comidas se proporcionarán en los siguientes horarios: Desayuno: de 7:00 a 8:00 a.m., almuerzo: de 11:00 a.m. a 12:00 p.m. No se requiere identificación de estudiante. Lamentablemente, no habrá transporte disponible. Las comidas para adultos estarán disponibles por $ 2.25 (desayuno) y $ 3.25 (almuerzo).

Los juegos atléticos programados para la escuela secundaria y preparatoria continuarán según lo programado, al igual que los viajes extra curriculares de la escuela secundaria. Los instructores proporcionarán detalles sobre los viajes extra curriculares.

 La Oficina de Distrito y el Centro de Bienvenida permanecerán abiertos durante el horario de atención habitual: de 7:30 a.m. a 4:00 p.m.