Model Creek Elementary School

Student instructional time is 7:45 AM - 3:00 PM.  Students should be on campus by 7:40 AM. 
Students should not arrive before 7:20 AM or remain after 3:00 PM, unless for sports or clubs. We do not provide supervision for your child beyond the designated instructional times, unless your child is involved in sports or clubs. Your child's safety is a priority and we appreciate your cooperation.

We are a four day week school:  
Tuesday through Friday.  
Campus is closed on Mondays.

Please click on the Emergency School Information link for information on school closures. Mandatory school closure are in effect through the end of the 2019-2020 school year.  Learning opportunities for the regular school year will continue for students until May 21, 2020.

During the mandated closure, breakfast and lunch will be provided free to all students 18 and under.  The breakfast and lunch program has been extended through June 26, 2020.  Deliveries will be on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays each week via the local bus route.  If you child does not ride the bus, parents may pick up the meals on campus in the parent pick up lane at 11:15 AM.

The weekend food backpack program will continue during the closure period.  Backpacks will be delivered on Fridays with the breakfast and lunch distribution via the local bus route.

Click on the event calendar to see upcoming activities at Model Creek.

Spelling Bee Winners:  Congratulations to Anella 1st Place, Justin 2nd Place, and Josh 3rd Place.

 The Yarnell Elementary School District Governing Board has held several public study sessions to discuss options for high school attendance choice.  Mr. Tim Carter, Yavapai County School Superintendent; Kellie Burns, District Executive Officer; and Renee Raskin, Deputy Chief, Yavapai County Education Services; have been present for the sessions to work on options for YESD.  The school board is responsible for the fiscal management of funds and has reviewed tuition costs.

 Previously, our eighth graders had a choice between Prescott High School and Wickenburg High School.  On November 8, 2018, The YESD Board met limiting that choice to one high school: Prescott High School.  For more information regarding this decision, please see the above link, High School Tuition and Transportation per Student.

 By only having one home high school district (which is typical of most rural schools), YESD can help keep local tax-rates down.

What's Happening in Education?
Please click on the link:  Model Creek - Session 2 - 2018 
Please click on the link:  Model Creek - Session 1 - 2017

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