Children are provided with a sequential and well-balanced educational program aligned with the Arizona Common Core State Standards and follows the guidelines established by the Arizona Department of Education.
Children learn the required skills by using a back-to-basics approach, practicing and mastering the skills in a safe and supportive environment, and applying the skills to real life situations through specialized programs.
Children in K-8th grades earn letter grades (ie: A, B, C, D, F) in all academic subjects.
Stepping Stones Academy is a friendly, family-oriented campus,
where parents are always welcome!
- Safe Learning Environment
- Caring and Dedicated Teachers
- Strict Code of Conduct
- Challenging Educational Program
- High Academic Standards
- Excellent Teamwork and
- Excellent Administration Support
- Full-day Kindergarten
- Full-day Pre-Kindergarten
- Back-to-Basics Emphasis.
Welcome to Stepping Stones Academy!
Governing Board Meeting Notice
Governing board meetings are held at least six times per year and are conducted in accordance with the Open Meetings Law. The agenda is posted forty-eight hours in advance in the School Office and on the website. The public is invited to attend. Anyone wishing to be placed on the agenda should contact the school principals.
Scheduled Meetings for the 2018-2019 School Year
* July 12, 2018 @ 6 PM
* October 3, 2018 @ 6 PM
* November 8, 2018 @ 6 PM
* January 24, 2019 @ 6 PM
* March 28, 2019 @ 6 PM
* June 27, 2019 2019 @ 6 PM
*The Board will be meeting on June 14, 2018 for a planning session to map out the upcoming school year calendar
and set goals for the 2018-2019 school year.
The Mustang Village is the name of the Stepping Stones Academy’s Micro Society program, which is a student-operated miniature society. In the Mustang Village students apply their basic academic skills towards learning to successfully function in a community as productive members of a society.
The Mustang Village includes a democratic government system, safety monitors, court system, post office, warehouse, bank, commerce department, and several entrepreneurial businesses. Students complete job applications and resumes, interview for jobs, and are then hired. They are paid when they attend work, as well as pay taxes each week. Students write and vote on laws, open checking and savings accounts, and keep business records, such as payroll ledgers and expense sheets. Through these many hands-on experiences, students better understand how their education is beneficial to them.