BLACKWATER COMMUNITY-AKIMEL O'OTHAM PEE POSH CHARTER SCHOOL
"QUALITY EDUCATION BEGINS HERE"

Professional Development Calendar 17-18 (pdf format) (doc format)
Cheer-Leaders' Events Schedule
SY 2017-18:Event Calendar {in PDF-Click Here} {in Word-click Here}
School Calendar SY 2017-18 (pdf)
BWCS 5th Grade Promotion May 25, 2017:Students Enterance
BWCS 5th Grade Promotion May 25, 2017:Principal Mr. Sharma-Welcoming
BWCS 5th Grade Promotion May 25, 2017:GRIC Hon'ble Gov. Lewis-Addressing
BWCS 5th Grade Promotion May 25, 2017:GRIC Lt. Gov. M Antone-Addressing
BWCS 5th Grade Promotion May 25, 2017:Students Celebrating
McKinney-Vento Program Can Help Our Parents and Students-Learn More

"Proud to be a Partner of Blackwater Community School"

"RAISING A READER"

Blackwater Community School hosts monthly Family Literacy Night events to promote community wide Literacy movement. We are very proud of our parents and guardians committed to this cuase and who have been partnering with the school to ensure our "Raising A Reader" vision comes to fruition. These images above represents a strong committment and partnership with the Community that we proudly serve. We want to thank all our parents and Our Staff for working together as one Team towards achieving the Community-Wide vision . Big Thanks goes to our Community Council for providing resources to make these events possible for this noble cause.

Local School Wellness Policy...

Blackwater Community School/Akimel O'Otham Pee Posh Charter School Inc. Wellness Policy focuses on improving students’ health and well-being which includes offering healthy food choices and encouraging physical activity. School districts that participate in the USDA Child Nutrition Programs are required to maintain a Local Wellness Policy.

Our School invites interested employees, parents, students and community members to participate in the development, implementation, review and update of the Our Local Wellness Policy. Please contact Jack Sharma for more information. Jagdish.Sharma@bwcs.k12.az.us

Other Related Information:

The National School Lunch Program is a program sponsored by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Through this program, eligible students may be offered free or reduced-price meals. Meal applications are distributed to every student at the school at the beginning of the school year. Application information will remain confidential and will be used only to determine eligibility for free or reduced-priced meals. Applications are also available at our school office. Please contact Ms. Ofelia Inurriaga or Ms. Robin Settle at (520)215-5859 for more information.

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