Arizona Public Service Company (APS) has partnered with Central Consolidated School District (CCSD) and Navajo Technical University to create an innovative and unique program that benefits not only CCSD students but the entire community.
We can all do our part to ensure that students get to and from school safely by remembering these safety tips:
SLOW DOWN: Look for children waiting at the bus stop, walking or riding their bicycles to school;
RED flashing lights and the extended ‘STOP’ arm means traffic (in both directions of a 2 lane roadway) is required to stop until the lights stop flashing and the extended ‘STOP’ arm is withdrawn;
YELLOW flashing lights indicate the bus is preparing to stop;
Use caution when coming to a bus stop. Children could be running out to the bus;
Follow all school zone speed limits;
Look for crossing guards and students in cross walks;
Never pass a bus on the outside of a turn.
An important message from the New Mexico Public Schools Insurance Authority and Central Consolidated School District.
Indian Education Committee
Indian Education Committee Vacancies
Parents and guardians of students enrolled in the Central Consolidated School District, the Indian Education Committee has VACANCIES in the Gadii'ahi Chapter, the Naschitti Chapter, the Nenahnezad Chapter, the Two Grey Hills Chapter, and the Upper Fruitland Chapter.
Be a parent or guardian of a student currently enrolled in the Central Consolidated School District, Loco Parentis;
NOT be employed by the Central Consolidated School District;
Be certified by a Navajo Nation Chapter Resolution.
Purpose: The CCSD Indian Education Committee gives parents/legal guardians the opportunity to provide input on the Johnson O’Malley, and Title VII-Indian Education programs which serve Indian students. Parental involvement is essential to the educational success of the students in Central Consolidated Schools.
Get involved: Interested parents or guardians should attend the local chapter meetings to be certified by a Chapter Resolution.