Celestino Fernandez Learning Center – Tucson

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1840 E. Benson Highway
Tucson, AZ 85714
P | 520.741-4396
P | 520.741-4388
F | 520.741-4389
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CELESTINO FERNANDEZ LEARNING CENTER will be offering an opportunity for students to attend summer classes. For more information MSG us on FB or call the school at 741-4380. To register online now, visit us at www.ppeptechs.org/cflcsummerschool ... See MoreSee Less

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For students who have not yet submitted their pre-enrollment for the 2020-21 School year, ONLINE sumbissions are now available. For more information, or to submit your continuation form please visit us at ppeptechs.org/continuation-form-2020-21. ... See MoreSee Less

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Have a great day! Call/e-mail if you need ANYTHING!
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School is still happening! Please don't let the media allow you to think that we are closed. We are still providing curriculum remotely, via the Internet, and students can come pick up work and meals at the school site between 10am and 3pm, Monday through Friday. You want credit, you have to do the work! Do not hesitate to call!
520-741-4396 or email spurkiss@ppep.org.
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While the school building will be closed for class attendance until the end of the year, we will continue to use all of our tools to keep working together, and classwork can continue to be submitted via alternate methods. Please continue to communicate with staff and submit work utilizing alternative methods just as you have been. Your crew mentors and teachers will continue to reach out and remain available to students to offer support and assistance. If you have any questions. please contact the school via phone, email, social media, or any other methods already being used by staff and students. Stay safe and healthy!

Here's the Governor's message:
Governor Doug Ducey and Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman today announced the extension of Arizona school closures through the end of the school year. The extension follows updated guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and an announcement from the White House extending physical distancing guidelines until April 30, 2020.

Governor Ducey and Superintendent Hoffman released the following joint statement:

“In alignment with yesterday’s updated federal guidance, today we are announcing the extension of school closures through the remainder of the school year. Today’s announcement is intended to give parents and educators as much certainty as possible so they can plan and make decisions. While this isn’t the outcome any of us wanted, we are grateful for the partnership of schools around the state, who have stepped up to offer virtual and take-home learning opportunities for our students. These efforts are crucial, and we recognize that schools are making every effort possible to continue providing instruction during closures. We also thank our legislative partners for passing legislation ensuring all educators and staff see no disruption in pay. Our number one priority will continue to be health and safety, and we will continue to work closely with public health officials to make the best decisions for kids, families, and our school communities.”

On March 27, Governor Ducey signed legislation to support schools during closures, ensure school letter grades are held harmless, suspend statewide testing requirements, ensure school days are not extended into the summer, require learning opportunities for students to continue, and ensure teachers and staff see no disruption in pay as a result of COVID-19.

That same week, the Governor joined Superintendent Hoffman to launch Arizona Enrichment Centers, which will offer childcare for first responders, critical healthcare workers, and essential public sector workers, including child safety workers.
Additional information about meals for kids, childcare, special education considerations, learning resources for families and educators and more can be found at azed.gov.

Today’s announcement applies to Arizona public schools, both district and charter. Private schools are required to remain closed in alignment with federal guidance recommending closures through at least April 30, 2020. School leaders have the option of announcing closures through the end of the year, or waiting for additional guidance.

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Choose one face of Purkiss... One is when you don't check-in with your teachers and the other is when you do check-in with your teachers! ... See MoreSee Less

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