Keepin' up with Carden!

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Family Survey

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Survey Link


Carden is currently enrolling for the 2020-2021 school year! Invite friends and family to join the Carden community. We are excited for the adventures this year holds!

Below is the link for the 2020-2021 school calendar. Click on the image below to check it out!


Back to School Night

Monday, August 31st


We will be using zoom to chat with all our families. More information to come on zoom times.


Don't forget to send in your tax credits for 2020 by April 15th! It is $200 for an individual or $400 for a married couple. Please put in the memo line the tax credit year.

Thank you for your continued support and donations.



Click the link above to print out a copy of the 2020 Tax Credit paperwork. Please designate on the memo line the Tax year.


Start where you are.

Use what you have.

Do what you can.

-Arthur Ashe


A great way to support Carden of Tucson is linking your Amazon account to an Amazon Smiles Account. Follow this LINK to start using Amazon Smiles. You have the option to choose the charitable organization which would be Carden of Tucson. Thank you for your continued support!


Shredded Chicken Tacos - Mr. Moore

1 lbs chicken

1 jar of your favorite salsa

salt and pepper to preference

4 hours on high or 8 hours on low in a crock-pot 

You've made ready to go, shredded chicken to add to your taco bar. Add cheese, lettuce, tomato, onions and any of your other favorite taco fillings for a quick dinner.




• Monday, August 10th -- First day of 2020-2021 School Year

• Monday, August 31st -- Back to School Night


• Monday, September 7th -- Labor Day - No School

• Tuesday, September 8th -- Tentative Return to In-Class Learning

• Friday, September 11th -- Noon Dismissal

• Friday, September 25th -- Noon Dismissal and Parent/Teacher Conferences


• Friday, October 9th -- Noon Dismissal

• Monday, October 12th thru October 16th -- Fall Break


• Tuesday, November 10th -- Noon Dismissal

• Wednesday, November 11th -- Veteran's Day - No School

• Wednesday, November 25th -- Noon Dismissal

• Thursday, November 26th & Friday, November 27th -- Thanksgiving Break - No School


• Friday, December 18th -- Noon Dismissal

• Monday, December 21st thru January 1st -- Winter Break


Return to In-Class Learning Update

Dear Carden parents,

Thank you for your patience and trust as we continue through life.  We are all ready to get back to normal.  But we have to be aware of the risks associated with coming back too quickly.
Carden of Tucson school board voted today to hold off returning to in-classroom learning until Tuesday September 8, 2020 and continuing with our on-line learning process.  Although the infection rates are getting better they are still not at a level to return to in-person school.  This decision is based on the benchmarks set forth by the Pima County Health Department on the recommendation of Governor Ducey. 
See benchmark link:   Carden of Tucson board will meet on Sept 3, 2020 to confirm the county is hitting the benchmarks and we can start in class on the Sept 8.
While the reopening of Carden for in-person classroom learning appears to be a few weeks out still, the District will begin to provide free learning opportunities and on-site support services for students who need a place to go during the day, as per the Executive Order. These support services begin Monday, August 17 and are intended to serve our more vulnerable students, including those with special education services, and those in care of the Arizona Department of Child Safety, including Foster Care. If you believe your student is in need of these targeted support services, please contact the office.
We will all need to continue being flexible and adaptable to change. Furthermore, we will continue to monitor the data and consult with public health experts in the ongoing evaluation of the information and determination of when it is safe to move on to the more traditional school norms with all students attending.
The health and well-being of our Carden community is always going to be our first priority.  We understand that this is a tough situation for our students, families and staff but we feel that this is best for the health of everyone in the Carden community.  Please don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions. 
Thank you again for your patience and trust. 
Mr. Moore

Week two complete! Each day we all learn more and grow and we are so proud of everyone's efforts to work together.

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