Capps Middle School
Capps Middle School enjoys a close-knit community of students and faculty, where 132 students attend the fourth through sixth grades. We are proud of our students’ drive to succeed, our teachers’ academic and personal professionalism, and our parents’ willingness to give of their time and talents. Together, we will continue to be a top-performing school in Arizona.
Our mission is to prepare all students for success. All students can learn and will have opportunities to develop in academics, vocational skills, arts, fitness, social, and civic responsibilities. Parental support is vital to student success. We will help students prepare to master the Arizona State Academic Standards and to do well on mandated high stakes tests.
Back to School Protocol
In partnership with our parents and community, the Heber-Overgaard Unified School District retains our commitment in providing a quality education for all of our students in a safe and nurturing environment. Our back-to-school protocol provides information on the following:
- Return dates
- Student responsibilities
- Parent responsibilities
- Teacher/staff responsibilities
- Start and end times for each school
- And more
Please take a moment to review our back-to-school protocol below for more information.
A Message from our Principal
I hope you are having a wonderful summer. It is my pleasure to be a part of two schools known for their academic excellence at a state level and all the way down to our local level. I am delighted to be your principal at Mountain Meadows Primary School and Capps Middle School. Thank you for your support!
We are looking forward to a normal start to the school year this year. The school will officially begin on Wednesday, August 4.
We will host meet the teacher night at both campuses on the evening of Tuesday, August 3.
- Mountain Meadows at 5:00 p.m. (Please meet in the cafeteria.)
- Capps at 6:00 p.m. (Please meet in the PAC.)
Capps and MMP will start school at 8:00 a.m. and end at 3:00 p.m. Please do not drop your child off before 7:30 a.m.
I would ask that you please do not park in the student drop-off zones at either campus and leave your vehicles. I will have signs at both schools in regards to these zones in hopes to promote a safe area for our students to load and unload.
We have a few new staff members at both campuses. Glory Polley is now a fifth-grade teacher. She served as an aide for us last year. Capps school has a new secretary, Shirley Heeringa. Mrs. Heeringa comes to us with many years of experience. Stop in and say hi to Mrs. Heeringa. We also welcome a new school nurse, Marsha Nine. At Capps, we welcome Joy Koke and Joleene Booeher as instructional aides. At Mountain Primary we welcome Adeline Jones, Briana Ojeda, and Susan Thorson as instructional aides.
Your students should bring a student handbook home the first week of school. We urge all of you to read through the handbook with your child.
If you should have any questions, please call us at (928) 535-4622.