Tax Credit

  • Support HUSD and receive up to a $400 AZ Tax Credit. Your tax dollar donations fund extra-curricular activities and opportunities for students. If you wish to make a donation, please see our Tax Credit page for more information.


  • 1st Quarter Athletics

    It is not too early to register for 1st quarter sports for the 2019-2020 school year!   Sports offered 1st quarter are baseball, girls volleyball, flag football and cheer.  Please add all of the sports for the year that you think your athlete might be interested in  Be sure to visit the Cooley website under the Athletics tab for all of the information on how to register including the forms needed for a physical and where to go to take the concussion course.  Tryouts begin July 23rd and students need to be cleared through Register My Athlete prior to tryouts.  


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  • WFHS Summer Volleyball Camp

    Interested in trying out for WFHS volleyball?  Williams Field will be holding summer trainings and a camp prior to tryouts. 

    Below are the dates, times and locations.

    Week of July 8th: Camp: Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 4:00-6:30 p.m. in the Main Gym

    Week of July 15th: Camp: Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 4:00-6:30 p.m. in the Main Gym

    Week of July 22nd: Open Gym: Monday & Wednesday: 4:00-6:00 p.m. in the Main Gym

    Week of July 29th: Open Gym: Monday - Friday: 4:00-6:00 p.m. in the Main Gym

    Week of August 5th: Clearance Day: Monday: 2:30-3:30 p.m. in Room 112

    Week of August 5th: Tryouts: Tuesday - Friday 4:00-6:00 p.m. in the Main Gym

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  • 8th Grade Year End Update

    Hello 8th Grade Cooley Families and Community,
    As we approach the end of the school year, we begin to plan the next step in your student’s academic path. This is a significant time, as they will take on more responsibility and greater challenges in the years ahead. We have observed your student’s repeated exhibition of strength, determination, and success in the classroom and we look forward to the wonderful things that awaits them as they continue to pursue their academic journey. Our students’ capacity to exceed expectations and make a definitive mark on our community fills me with optimism about their future.

    We will have a two part plan of celebrating 8th grade promotion. Please be aware that students who fail ANY class, have excessive absences, and/or are suspended during 4th quarter, will not be allowed to participate in either 8th grade celebration. In addition, all fines must be paid and iPad with charger and cord must be turned in to the library in order to participate.

    First: Awards Celebration
    Students and their families will be invited to an awards ceremony celebrating academic and
    extra-curricular excellence on Friday, May 17th at 5:00 p.m. We will have special awards including department awards, the “All Cooley Awards”, and the Principal’s List, just to name a few. Please note, if your son or daughter will be recognized, an invitation will be mailed home later this month.

    Second: Promotion Celebration
    All students in good academic and behavioral standing will be invited to Jakes Unlimited in Gilbert on May 22nd from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and will have a cost of $25.00. Permission slips will be sent home on May 1st. Students will enjoy games, fun with their classmates and lunch. Transportation will be provided by bus to and from Jakes Unlimited. No students will be allowed to be dropped off or picked up from there.

    If you have any questions regarding activities taking place in May, please contact our campus at (480)279-8300.

    Shawn Varner, Principal

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  • Summer school options available middle, high school

    Registration is now open for summer school. Students wishing to take a high school course must meet with their current counselor prior to registering. Incoming seventh-grade students must meet with their current math teacher prior to registering

    High school summer school will be available for credit recovery or acceleration (P.E.) in June 2019. The P.E. course is open to incoming freshmen through seniors. The credit recovery courses are available for incoming sophomores through seniors.

    The District will also offer two non-credit options for middle school students: a pre-algebra boost and a mathematics boost course for incoming middle school students who need assistance before next school year.

    For more information on summer school, visit

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  • 2019-20 Back to School Information

    Classes begin July 22 for the next school year. Families can find back-to-school information, including event dates and school supply lists, on our new webpage. Additional details will be released over the summer. Be sure to download the Higley App for information and update your e-mail address with your campus.

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  • ParentVue Reminder

    All HUSD families should sign up for a ParentVue account. This allows parents to view student grades and absences, as well as see – when they are posted – class schedules and teacher information. The district also uses ParentVue during class selection times at the middle schools and high schools.

    Sign up requires an IN PERSON visit to the school office. If you already have a ParentVue account, and your child is moving from one HUSD school to another, no action is required. The updated information will appear when it is available.

    If you have questions, please contact your school's office.

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  • Follow us today on Social Media

    The District maintains three social media accounts to celebrate school, student and staff accomplishments, as well as update the community on events. We invite you to join us!

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    Should an emergency situation arise that impacts the school day please visit the school's website where a parent notification will be displayed to provide you with the most up-to-date information.

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  • Attendance Policy Changes

    This is to inform you that we have a new board policy on attendance.  A student will be considered absent from class if they enter the classroom more than ten minutes after the designated start time.  If the student has a valid reason to be late to class it will be an excused absence. The absence will be considered unexcused if the student is late without being excused by the school administration or the parent signing in the child late.  If you would like to receive attendance updates throughout the day, you have the option to sign up in ParentVUE. Thank you.

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  • Emergency Contact Information

    As a reminder, emergency contacts are designated adults that are able to pick up your student when they need to leave school due to a medical emergency. The school cannot release a student to an emergency contact for other reasons such as to go to lunch, appointments, etc.  To release a student during the school day to someone other than a parent/guardian, the school needs parent permission ahead of time.  Thank you!

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  • CMS Front Office Procedure Change

    In order to minimize the disruptions to instruction, we are restricting deliveries to students to items that are essential to the educational process. Therefore, classes will not be interrupted for delivery of items.

    If it is absolutely necessary to drop off an item for your student, it will be stored in the front office storage area.  Your student can come and get their item between classes or during lunch.  Please note that we are not responsible for dropped off items.

    Flowers, birthday items, pizza, etc. will not be accepted from businesses for delivery. Restaurant deliveries are also not allowed including Door Dash, Uber, etc.

    The front office will NOT be responsible for delivering items to students.

    Please also note that we do our best to deliver phone messages.  Messages are delivered the last 5 minutes of a class period in order to not interrupt instructional time.

    Thank you for your understanding!

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  • Follow Us On Twitter

    Follow us on Twitter to keep up to date with CMS activities and events: @cooley_news.

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  • Arizona Tax Credit

    Arizona allows taxpayers to take a tax credit up to $200 ($400 for married couples) when you donate directly to a public school. Learn how this works in an educational video found at   

    Support our students and receive up to $400 in state Tax Credit!

    We will use your tax dollar donation to provide additional support and learning opportunities for our students. The state allows us to use these dollars for extracurricular school-sponsored activities that are optional, noncredit, educational & recreational in nature to supplement the educational program of the school. We appreciate your support and are dedicated to spending your tax dollars responsibly. Thank you.

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