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Cave Creek challenges students to perform community service

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  • Julia Scotto/Cave Creek Unified School District


Cave Creek Unified School District Superintendent, Dr. Debbi Burdick, has issued a Superintendent’s Challenge to students in grades 5 through 12 throughout the district to perform community service.

The Superintendent’s Challenge began with Cactus Shadows High School Students July 2012 – accumulate 200 hours of community service by your senior year and receive an honors cord.

Cave Creek challenges students to perform community service KidsCommunityServiceHPThe following year the Superintendent’s Challenge was opened up to Sonoran Trails Middle School 7th and 8th graders – accumulate 25 hours by May of the school year and receive a community service pin and certificate.

This school year, Dr. Burdick opened up the Superintendent’s Challenge to all five elementary school 5th and 6th graders. The elementary students need to accumulate 15 hours by May of the school year to receive a certificate.

Cactus Shadows High School students may now earn a Varsity letter by accumulating over 200 community service hours in one year! Students who are active in sports will generally receive a Varsity letter by their senior year – CCUSD students will receive a Varsity letter for giving back to their community.

For more information about the Superintendent’s Challenge or the Cave Creek Unified School District, an “A” rated district by the Arizona Department of Education, ranked the #1 District in the Northeast Valley, #2 District in Maricopa County and #5 District in the State of Arizona, please contact the Superintendent, Dr. Debbi Burdick at 480-575-2016 or