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Latest News
New Superintendent at Santa Cruz Valley Unified School District #35

Congratulations to our school principal, David Verdugo, for being selected as our new superintendent! 


 
Site Council Meetings

Calabasas Middle School invites all parents to attend our site council meetings. Meetings are on the third Monday of the month at 3:45 p.m. in the library. Students whose parents are in attendance at the meeting will receive a free pass for a Friday dress down.


 

Calabasas Middle School

Welcome to the website of the Calabasas Middle School Cougars! We are located in beautiful Rio Rico, Arizona, and are one of two middle schools in Santa Cruz Valley Unified School District #35.

Backed by a strong community of supporters and highly qualified teachers, we are ready and excited to take on the challenges of educating the middle school student. Please enjoy your visit to our website, as you learn more about us and find out what makes Calabasas MS and the Cougars the best in Arizona.


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A Message from the Principal

It is hard to believe that we are already in the fourth quarter grading period, and soon we will be ending another successful school year. We ask parents and guardians to continue to be partners in your child’s education. As our partners, we need you to continue to instill in your children the value of education. The best way to do this is to make sure your child ends the school year positively, including arriving each day on time and ready to learn, helping them with homework, and talking with them about ideas and topics they are studying in school. Calabasas will continue to provide outstanding teachers, a caring and supportive staff, and a safe and fun learning environment for your children.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me by e-mail or by calling (520) 375-8601.

Sincerely,


David Y. Verdugo, Principal