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Douglas Unified School District 27

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1132 E 12th St, Douglas, AZ 85607
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Mission: The mission of the Douglas Unified School District is to provide each student with the opportunity, means, and motivation to reach his or her potential for intellectual and personal growth, and to develop those skills and attitudes essential...read more
Mission: The mission of the Douglas Unified School District is to provide each student with the opportunity, means, and motivation to reach his or her potential for intellectual and personal growth, and to develop those skills and attitudes essential to lifelong learning in a changing society. Douglas Unified School District #27 : Our progress as a nation can be no swifter than our progress in education. The human mind is our fundamental resource. Douglas Unified School District #27 encompasses 552 square miles, extending from the border with Mexico on the south and 15 miles to the north, and from the Arizona/New Mexico border on the east to a line one mile west of King's Highway In 2005, the Douglas School District was serving nearly 4,300 students in grade pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade and employs over 560 people. We have over 260 certified staff, made up of 230 teachers, 17 administrators, seven counselors, four nurses, and a communications coordinator. We employ more than 300 support staff, including 118 teaching assistants who support the classroom teachers and our students. The Early Learning Center/Challenge Center consists of pre-kindergarten classes for four year-olds and the pre-school for disabled children. There are six elementary schools serving students from kindergarten through fifth grade. Two middle schools serve our sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students, while Douglas High School educates the young people in ninth through twelfth grade. The Douglas High School East Campus serves the high school age students who dropped out of school, who are more than one year behind in high school, or in situations that prohibit their attendance or success in the traditional high school setting. The Douglas area's population is about 94% Hispanic and 66% of our students are considered English Language Learning (ELL) or Limited English Proficient (LEP). Therefore, our district has developed exceptionally strong English as a Second Language (ESL) programs to serve our students. Our teachers are urged to get and maintain either an ESL or Bilingual endorsement-and those who maintain these endorsements receive a stipend to their regular contract amounts
 
 

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Mission: The mission of the Douglas Unified School District is to provide each student with the opportunity, means, and motivation to reach his or her potential for intellectual and personal growth, and to develop those skills and attitudes essential to lifelong learning in a changing society. Douglas Unified School District #27 : Our progress as a nation can be no swifter than our progress in education. The human mind is our fundamental resource. Douglas Unified School District #27 encompasses 552 square miles, extending from the border with Mexico on the south and 15 miles to the north, and from the Arizona/New Mexico border on the east to a line one mile west of King's Highway In 2005, the Douglas School District was serving nearly 4,300 students in grade pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade and employs over 560 people. We have over 260 certified staff, made up of 230 teachers, 17 administrators, seven counselors, four nurses, and a communications coordinator. We employ more than 300 support staff, including 118 teaching assistants who support the classroom teachers and our students. The Early Learning Center/Challenge Center consists of pre-kindergarten classes for four year-olds and the pre-school for disabled children. There are six elementary schools serving students from kindergarten through fifth grade. Two middle schools serve our sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students, while Douglas High School educates the young people in ninth through twelfth grade. The Douglas High School East Campus serves the high school age students who dropped out of school, who are more than one year behind in high school, or in situations that prohibit their attendance or success in the traditional high school setting. The Douglas area's population is about 94% Hispanic and 66% of our students are considered English Language Learning (ELL) or Limited English Proficient (LEP). Therefore, our district has developed exceptionally strong English as a Second Language (ESL) programs to serve our students. Our teachers are urged to get and maintain either an ESL or Bilingual endorsement-and those who maintain these endorsements receive a stipend to their regular contract amounts