About San Tan
San Tan Elementary School is a community school in the Higley Unified School District serving kindergarten through sixth grade students. We provide a challenging and supportive learning environment for every student. Our curriculum is rigorous and engaging. San Tan offers music, art, band, library, and computers on a weekly basis. We are a Leader in Me school that promotes the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People in all areas of the educational experience. We believe that every student is a leader that will do great things at San Tan and in the community.
San Tan provides students with the opportunity to join clubs and other extra-curricular activities throughout the year. We invite you and your child to join us at San Tan Elementary School where together we are committed to providing a compassionate, safe and supportive learning environment to foster academic excellence for all. We believe in the whole-child.
Unite · Learn · Lead · Inspire
San Tan Elementary is committed to uniting students, staff,
and the community to inspire leaders that will contribute in
a competitive and global society.
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Dual Language Classes
Teachers will be administering the STAMP Test in their classes over the next few weeks. The STAMP Test is the “Standards-based Measurement of Proficiency”. It is a test that assesses students’ language proficiency in the areas of reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Proficiency is an outward expression of spontaneous, unrehearsed communication and is measured on a spectrum of novice, intermediate, advanced, and distinguished. For more information on proficiency, please visit our website: https://sites.google.com/view/languageproficiency/home. The STAMP Test gives us a measure of a student’s language ability according to benchmark levels based on our state and national language standards. Our language teachers will use this information to inform instruction, align curriculum, and craft future goals.
During the STAMP assessment, students may not use or have access to paper, writing utensils, or cell phones. Also, no other application may be open on their computers. Students must use school appropriate language in their responses on the writing and speaking portions of the test. Students will need to come prepared to class with their charged computer. They may also bring a headset with a microphone.
ParentVue is the Higley Unified School District portal to student schedules, student grades and attendance history. It is also used for registration and re-enrollment each year.
Families that need help to access ParentVue, should contact their school offices.
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