News & Announcements

  •  Ninos Info for Registration

    New Student Online Registrations

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  •  Ninos Yearbook Orders

    Order Your Yearbook Today!

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  •  Parent Drop Off - Pick Up

    New Drop Off & Pick Up Procedures

    Parent pick up is located in the same location as our morning parent drop off. Please see the included diagram. Please read for some additional information about after school.

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  •  School supplies

    Classroom Supply List

    These are the recommended supplies by grade level, but not a requirement. Thank you for your donation!

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  •  School Lunch

    Lunch Menus & Online Payments

    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 payments may be made online, as this program operates in all of the schools in the Kyrene School District. Meal applications are distributed to every student in the district at the beginning of the school year.

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  •  Students working together

    Niños Student Council

    Kyrene de los Niños has a very active Student Council. School-wide officers are elected at the beginning of each school year. These offices include, President, Treasurer, Secretary, and Historian.

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  • Follow Us on Facebook!

    Follow Niños on Facebook for latest news around our school! Follow Kyrene School District on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for the latest news around the District.

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  •  Tax Credit Donation

    Tax Credit Donations

    Your tax credit donation to Niños helps students attend extracurricular activities like athletics; art and music programs; character education; and field trips. These programs develop well-rounded students who in turn build strong communities. Arizona statute allows individuals/couples to donate $200/$400 for a dollar-to-dollar tax credit.

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  •  Boys playing ball

    Quality before/after school programs

    Community Education provides a variety of academic classes and recreation activities offered throughout the school year and during school breaks. Programs are designed to develop the “whole child” and support student achievement. Customized for various ages: elementary, middle school, early learners and adults with flexible days/times for busy schedules.

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