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Registration for the 2020–2021 School Year is Now Open

We are accepting applications for open enrollment, boundary exceptions, and kindergarten. Read more >>>


 
English Classes

We are currently teaching level I and level II adult English classes here at Coatimundi! Read more >>>


 
Registration for the 2020–2021 School Year is Now Open

We are accepting applications for open enrollment, boundary exceptions, and kindergarten. Read more >>>


 
English Classes

We are currently teaching level I and level II adult English classes here at Coatimundi! Read more >>>


 
Registration for the 2020–2021 School Year is Now Open

We are accepting applications for open enrollment, boundary exceptions, and kindergarten. Read more >>>


 
English Classes

We are currently teaching level I and level II adult English classes here at Coatimundi! Read more >>>


 
Registration for the 2020–2021 School Year is Now Open

We are accepting applications for open enrollment, boundary exceptions, and kindergarten. Read more >>>


 
English Classes

We are currently teaching level I and level II adult English classes here at Coatimundi! Read more >>>


 
Registration for the 2020–2021 School Year is Now Open

We are accepting applications for open enrollment, boundary exceptions, and kindergarten. Read more >>>


 
English Classes

We are currently teaching level I and level II adult English classes here at Coatimundi! Read more >>>


 
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Welcome to Coatimundi Middle School
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Our school is located in the town of Rio Rico, Arizona, approximately 15 miles north of the Mexican border town of Nogales and is part of the Santa Cruz Valley Unified School District. Our school population is primarily of Hispanic heritage with a cultural capital centered on family and community.

The adage “it takes a village to raise a child” in the context of education can be translated to, “It takes a professional learning community to effectively educate our students.” Here at Coatimundi Middle School we are always striving to be an effective professional learning community. We were rewarded for our efforts by the Arizona Educational Foundation with an A+ Status in 2011. The Arizona Educational Foundation created the A+ Schools of Excellence Program as a comprehensive school assessment tool to identify, celebrate, and recognize overall educational excellence in schools throughout Arizona.

Our mission and vision statements are our school’s guiding forces. You might notice that present in both the mission and vision statement is the word “everyone.” All stakeholders must be involved in the learning process in order to be successful; we must act in rhythm to achieve a true professional learning community.

COVID-19 Info & Updates

Bond Projects Information


A+ School of Excellence


A Message from Our Principal

Dear Parents, Guardians, Teachers, and Staff,

We began our first week of virtual learning! While we miss seeing you in person, our teachers and staff have been working really hard to ensure you are not missing out academically during this time. Students, please make sure you are checking your Google Classroom and emails on a daily basis. Your teachers have posted lessons, messages, and assignments for you to follow. Please make sure to look at the due dates! If you have any questions, need help, or anything else, don't hesitate to contact your teachers. We are all here to help and guide you during this time!

Due to COVID-19, SCVUSD No.35 has decided to cancel fourth quarter middle school sports for the remainder of the school year as an added measure to protect all concerned.

Stay healthy and safe. Looking forward to seeing you soon. We all look forward to seeing amazing things happen! Thank you! In closing, I hope you have a great day, make good choices, and remember it's always a great day to be a Cavalier!

Don’t forget to like us on Facebook to see more of all the wonderful things going on! Thank you all for your continued support as we work together to ensure our students are successful.

With kind regards,

Rebekah Cabrera

Rebekah Cabrera, Principal


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Governor Ducey and Superintendent Hoffman announced the extended closure of Arizona schools until the end of the 2019–2020 school year as a necessary step in stopping the spread of COVID-19.

Although all school sites and activities will remain closed through the end of the school year, the at-home learning opportunities which have been communicated by your student's school will continue as planned. 

Meal services for students will also continue throughout the remainder of the school year.