Arizona Public Charter School Pre-K - 8th Grade
Non-Profit 501(c)3 Charitable Organization
Are you a determined explorer looking for employment in the field of education? We are now hiring for both the 2017-18 and the 2018-19 school years.
Click here to find out more about our openings, how to apply, and what we are looking for.
Are you a parent, student, teacher or community member interested in volunteering this summer with the charitable, human service, nonprofit Benevilla, to help the elderly in the Southwest Valley?
Click here to download the flyer from this past summer explaining who they are and how you can help. Opportunities to serve through this organization are still available.
October Cooking Demo & Lesson
At the culmination of our middle school Nutrition Class in early October, Chef Ingrid Agudo of Georgia Day Café and our own Captain Sharps conducted a cooking demonstration and lesson. Chef Ingrid showed the class how to prepare fresh mayonnaise using olive oil and 6 other ingredients: eggs, lemon, white wine vinegar, dijon mustard, salt and sugar.
Chef Ingrid wanted the students to know that they no longer needed to buy commercially produced mayonnaise. They learned how simple ingredients found in their own pantry and fridge at home, could be put together to make fresh mayonnaise from scratch! During the demo, Captain Sharps collaborated with Chef Ingrid, adding helpful information and relevant detail. After preparing the mayonnaise, all the students were given hard boiled eggs with which they prepared egg salad. Students learned about presentation and visual appeal as they prepared their egg salad sandwiches on whole wheat bread with fresh cucumbers and parsley as a garnish.
All in all, it was a fun and unique hands-on activity for our middle schoolers.
Together with your family we will engage and inspire your children to
Discover, Learn, and Grow.
Watch the video below to see how our students will build a community with their teachers and parents through a rewarding online environment and iPad app called