School Improvement Act of 1994 (amended in 1995) mandates that public
schools provide open enrollment opportunities throughout Arizona. the
law was passed to allow parents/guardians to register their children in
neighboring schools and school districts in an effort to give them a
choice in school selection.
Parents/guardians, whether living
within or outside of the Cottonwood Oak Creek School District
boundaries, are welcome to apply for enrollment in a Cottonwood school
of choice. Placement is based upon space availability and highest
priority for placement is given to students who reside in that school
attendance area and/or were enrolled the previous year.
the upcoming school year, parents should submit an open enrollment
application to the school of their choice when they register their
child. Please visit your school of choice to complete the correct
forms. Your request to enroll will not be completed until you meet with
your school of choice.
Shel Silverstein Visit for the games (such as Finish Shel's Poems), the terrific printables (a coloring book, a bookmark, and two Poetry Kits) and to watch animated video clips from Silverstein's poems and books (some performed by Silverstein himself.)
Difference Triangle Swap tiles so that each number in the triangle is the absolute difference between the two numbers below. The absolute difference is effectively the same as subtracting the smaller number from the larger number, whatever order they appear in.
Flip Over In this puzzle you must arrange the pattern of shapes so that there are 4 octagons followed by 4 stars with the 2 blanks on the far right. The twist with this puzzle is that every time you move the two shapes they flip relative positions.
Hop Over The goal is to reverse the order of the counters so that there are 3 purples, then 3 blues and finally the blank space.
Letter Blocks The challenge is to arrange the numbers 1 to 15 so that each adjacent pair, when added together, result in a square number.
Lock Down In this puzzle each row, column and the two diagonal lines add up to 12. The catch is that one of the numbers cannot move and must be locked before the tiles can start to be moved. After this the puzzle works like any other slide puzzle where you must try to meet the finishing condition by sliding the tiles into position.
Magic Star Each line of the star and the enclosing circle need to have the numbers rearranged on them until they add up to 26.
Route Finder Choose your start point from any of the circular nodes on the grid. You must then visit each straight section in only 19 moves. They will fade out to show they have been visited. As there are 17 straight pieces and the minimum you can complete this puzzle in is 19 you will obviously have to revisit a couple of straight sections.
Square Sums The challenge is to arrange the numbers 1 to 15 so that each adjacent pair, when added together, result in a square number.
Two at a Time To solve the puzzle all of the stars must be grouped together and so must the pentagons. The two empty spaces can be left at either end of the row.
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Thank you! A tax receipt will be forwarded to you. You can mail your contribution to: Cottonwood-Oak Creek School District One North Willard Street Cottonwood, AZ 86326
Cottonwood-Oak Creek School District says,
INVEST IN CHILDREN
Keep your Arizona Tax Dollars Local
authorizes a dollar-for-dollar tax credit for income taxpayers who
make a donation to an Arizona public school. This means that for every
dollar (up to $200 per individual filing single, $400 per married
couple filing jointly) per year that you donate in support of
extracurricular activities you can subtract that entire amount from
your state tax liability. In addition, you may also qualify for a
donation as a charitable contribution on your federal tax return.
DETAILS: You don’t have to have a child in school to apply for the
credit. The school must use the money for extracurricular activities.
Please check with whomever prepares your taxes to see how best to take
advantage of this tax credit.
For more information, please call (928) 634-2288
El Distrito Escolar de Cottonwood-Oak Creek dice,
“INVERTEN EN NIÑOS
Guardan Local sus Dólares de Impuestos de Arizona”
autoriza un crédito de impuestos de dólar por dólar para
contribuyentes de impuestos que hacen un donativo a una escuela pública
en Arizona. Esto significa que para cada dólar (hasta $200 por
individuo que archiva solo, $400 por la pareja casada que archiva
colectivamente) por año que usted dona en apoyo de actividades
extracurriculares, puede restar esa cantidad entera de su deuda de los
impuestos del estado. Además, puede calificar por una donación como una
contribución caritativa en su declaración de impuestos federales.
DETALLES: Para aplicar por el crédito, no necesita tener un niño en
escuela. La escuela necesita usar el dinero para actividades
extracurriculares. Favor de verificar con la persona quien prepare sus
declaraciones de impuestos para ver como puede aprovechar mejor este
crédito de impuestos.
Para más información, favor de llamar (928) 634-2288