Gadsden Elementary School

WE DREAMED, WE BELIEVED, WE ACHIEVED A LETTER "A" GRADE!!                      FREE breakfast and lunch to all of our students!!   Our office is currently CLOSED to the public we are ONLY taking phone calls please call 627-6971 if you have any questions...Monday thru Friday 9:00 to 1:00.

5th Grade Team Rocks

18 GES students passed the ACT test 2019!!!  Congratulations Panthers!

Science project based learning happens at GES!

Ambassador of Excellence - September 2018

District Letter "A" Celebration.

Panthers, dream, believe and achieve!

Staff Winter Luncheon is a great time to say we appreciate all that you do Panthers!

NIET President, Dr. Josh Barnett and Patti Cruz visit GES for 2019 Letter "A."

2019 Letter Grade "A"

2019 Letter "A" Grade

Winter Programs are amazing with awesome parent/guardian supporting our treasured students!

August Ambassador of Excellence

NIET President, Josh Barnett, Patti Cruz and Dr. Aguilera visits GES for 2019 "A" Letter Grade.

4th Grade take overs at Carl's Jr. and Applebee's funding for science trip!

Awards » Awards Page

Awards Page

Gadsden Elementary School has been recognized with the TAP Ambassador Award which honors schools that has gone beyond its campus to represent the principles of the TAP system and assist others in the state and region.

For its school-wide student growth, and teacher and administrator commitment and implementation to the TAP System as part of the Arizona Ready-for-Rigor Project, Gadsden Elementary School was honored as the runner-up in the prestigious educational “Golden Bell” Elementary (Pre-K through grade 6) category, presented by the Arizona School Board Association.

Recognition as a National Center for Educational Achievement (NCEA) Higher Performing School Indicates a school’s deep commitment to raising student achievement and putting more students on the path to college and career readiness—regardless of socio-economic barriers or any other obstacles that might otherwise impede success. Gadsden Elementary School stands out as a shining example of what can be achieved when staff, students and parents work together toward a unified goal of better preparing students for life after high school.