Superintendent of Schools
Economic Independence for our Students,
Economic Success for our County,
Teacher of the Year Finalists!
We will be recognizing our Champions at the Sierra Vista Mall (Sears parking lot), on the 17th of April, starting at 9:00 a.m.
It is not too late to donate to this event (monetary, coupons, gift certificates, baskets, or items to go in their gift bags).
If you are interested, please contact Ben Reyna (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will add your name and/or logo to our program on our "Supporters" page.
Thank you for supporting our educators.
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For Immediate Release, March 17, 2021
Contact: Nikki Madden
County School Superintendent’s Office Relocating
The Cochise County School Superintendent’s Office will be relocating from Bisbee to Sierra Vista on March 30, 2021. Computer and telephone equipment will be moved on this date, so communication may be intermittent.
4001 E Foothills Drive
Sierra Vista, AZ 85635
New Phone Number
Valuable Information for Parents and Community Members from Cochise County Health Department and University of Arizona Mel & Enid Zuckerberg College of Public Health
Click the Image Links below to download the files as PDFs in both English and Spanish.
Two Cochise County Students Nominated to Air Force Academy
Congratulations to Jade Luinstra of Tombstone High School, and Ashlynn Sweet of Buena High School, for their nominations to the United States Air Force Academy!
Buena High School
Tombstone High School
We are proud of you!
Masks & Schools
Presented by Kayla Percy, PNP,MPH, COVID-19 Taskforce Lead - CCHCI
The Cochise County School Superintendent's Office hosts weekly meetings bringing together the educational leaders of Cochise County schools, and health professionals from numerous agencies to ensure that schools are benefitting from the most up to date information to ensure students are getting a safe and effective education. The video was presented by Kayla Percy, PNP, from Chiricahua Community Health Centers, Inc. (CCHCI) at the most recent meeting.
The group is grateful to Dr. Edward Miller, DO, FACOG from Copper Queen Community Hospital, Dr. Jonathan Melk, MD and Kayla Percy, PNP from CCHCI, and the members of the Cochise County Health and Emergency Services departments for their efforts and insight into the rapidly changing landscape of school health and student safety.
IF YOU WANT TO SUCCEED YOU SHOULD STRIKE OUT ON NEW PATHS, RATHER THAN TRAVEL THE WORN PATHS OF ACCEPTED SUCCESS
- JOHN D ROCKEFELLER
Monday - Friday
8:00 AM- 5:00 PM