As mandated by Arizona Administrative Code (A.A.C.) R7-2-401 (C) and (D), ASU Preparatory Academy is required to establish a process to ensure that any academic and/or developmental concerns of its students are not overlooked and to determine this within the first 45 days of each child’s attendance at a new school. To comply with this mandate, your child’s classroom teacher will screen your child on aspects of your child’s development such as language, cognition, perception, and motor skills. Screening is a process of rating skill strengths and weaknesses.
Should you have any questions with regard to the screening process, please feel free to contact your child’s teacher or school office.
In the 2020 Arizona Legislative Session, the Legislature passed Senate Bill (SB) 1061 ( Laws 2020, Chapter 64 ) which the Governor signed on June 5, 2020. SB 1061 established ARS § 15- 249.16 which requires the Arizona Department of Education (Department) to establish and post a statutory handbook of parental rights. Additionally, each school district and charter school must prominently post a link to the statutory handbook of parental rights on a publicly accessible portion of their website.
Please click here to view the Parental Rights Handbook.
Click here to download the 2023-2024 Family/Student Handbook.
Click here to view the Kindergarten through 5th grade supply list.
View PDF Version.
Click here to view the 2023-2024 ASU Prep Digital Calendar.
An important note to families with multiple students in one household sharing a single device.
Please note that student logins for ASU Prep Digital are accessed via the Google Suite. This means that, similar to other Google or Gmail logins, it is possible that your browser (especially if you are using Chrome) will save each set of login credentials. It is vitally important that if multiple students are using the same device, that they ensure that they are logged into their own account before they begin coursework each time. Please be mindful of this in order to prevent one student inadvertently accessing and completing the course work in another student’s account.
Click here for directions on how to check whether or not you are logged into Google Suite and Canvas.
Here are some DOs and DON’Ts when it comes to device sharing:
- DO check before each session that you are logged into the correct account
- DO log out of courses and your student portal after every session
- DO clear your browser cache and cookies often
- DON’T close the browser after completing course work without logging out
- DON’T allow your browser to log in automatically without checking that you’re using the correct account
When sharing devices among families, please ensure that each student has fully logged out of their account before the next student begins using that device.
Click on the list below to see all the supplies you’ll need.
Middle School Supply List