Ever wonder how solar energy works or how you could make a solar oven from recycled or found materials? Just ask one of our middle schoolers! CAS middle school studied solar energy, light refraction, and geometric construction in a unit that culminated with cooking chocolate chip cookies in their own solar ovens. Click here to read the delicious whole story of project-based science at CAS.
CAS Middle Schoolers Capture Solar Energy in Homemade Solar Ovens
Sierra Vista Campus
30 September -- Red Cross Blood Drive from 8:30 AM - 2:00 PM in the Sierra Vista CAS conference room.
6 October -- 1st Grade Choir Concert. 4:00 PM performance for family and friends in the Sierra Vista CAS cafeteria.
The Center for Academic Success is accepting applications for K-8 Educators. Submit your résumé and cover letter online at CASapplyonline@gmail.com or mail it to Attn: Wendy Koop, 900 Carmelita Drive, Sierra Vista AZ 85635.
As per the Department of Health and Human Services Transparency in Coverage Rule, finalized in November 2020, insurers and group health plans will be required…
This document reflects health and safety strategies based on guidance for the safe return of in-person classroom instruction. This plan is subject to change as…
Center for Academic Success is announcing an increase for teachers’ salaries for the 2022-2023 school year. A.R.S. 15-903 Average salary of all teachers employed in…
During the 2020 Arizona Legislative Session, the Legislature passed Senate Bill 1061 which went into effect on August 25, 2020. The new statute requires the…
Sierra Vista Campus Pre K – 12
900 Carmelita Drive
Sierra Vista AZ 85635