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Are you looking for a unique learning enviornment?

Welcome to Civano K-8, a place where natural curiosity and imagination lead to exploration and discovery in learners of all ages.

“Where Children Want to Learn!”

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Lower School Campus Hours Grades K-4

Monday - Friday

8:24 am - 3:00 pm

* Lunch 12:00 to 12:30

  • Gates close at 8:24 am and Community Time promptly begins
  • Students arriving after 8:24 enter through the front office and sign in

Upper School Campus Hours Grades 5-8

Monday - Friday

8:10 am - 3:00 pm

* Lunch 12:15 to 12:45

  • After gates close at 8:10 am students need to sign in at the front office and be escorted.
  •  Students gather for community time starting promptly at 8:15

Office Hours

Monday - Friday

7:45 am - 3:30 pm

  • Office opens at 7:45 am and closes at 3:30 pm
  • (Phone lines open at 7:45 and close at 3:30pm daily)
  • Scheduled meetings may occur before or after posted times upon request

Grade K Info

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Unique Offerings at Civano

Art K - 4

Pencil shaving

Julie Galloway teaches students mix media and helps enhance their art appreciation.

Art 5 - 8

Child with paint on hands

Middle school student  work with Vince Sebastian, in unique art pieces. Vince is very active in displaying students completed work at Miller Golf Links Library, in student classrooms, and office.

Drama

Children laying on the floor

Our drama teacher, Mika Deslongchamps, meets with all our students once a week. Students practice voice projection and practice for a play performance in February. Mika helps students to put on short 10minute plays for their annual performance; where students can be actors,  production managers, stage directors and design.

Brain Exercise

Libby Bishop, a parent in our community,  volunteers her time, and expertise on our campus to teach students about mindful breathing, yoga practices, and other brain exercises.  These exercises help improve attention span, memory, and learning, they can also reduce stress and the effects of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and even delay cognitive decline in old age.