About Us

Nadaburg Unified School District Community Education

  •  Community Education

    Extending Learning Opportunities from Sunrise to Sunset

    The Community Education Department of the Nadaburg Unified School District is responsible for three key programs. The Early Childhood program provides preschool services for students 3 and older who are not eligible for kindergarten. The ASSETS program is our signature before and after school program for our Kindergarten through sixth grade students. The third program is our 21st Century Learning Centers. Through a competitive grant awarded through the Arizona Department of Education this program provides academic and enrichment services for students K-8.

    Mission Statement

    Our purpose is to build a foundation of learning by providing stimulating child-centered opportunities where children learn through exploration of their environment, while valuing individuality and respecting the diversity of all families.

    Vision Statement

    The Nadaburg School District Community Education program will become a prideful leading provider in community education as a highly rated and recognized program that is respected and valued by the community it serves. This will be accomplished by providing outstanding services while keeping abreast with the most current research based best practices.


    James Scott, Director of Educational Services             jscott@nadaburgsd.org

    Barbara Staten, Administrative Assistant                     bstaten@nadaburgsd.org

    Jen Carlson, 21st Century Assistant                                 jcarlson@nadaburgsd.org

    Phone:  623-388-2120

    Office Hours: Monday through Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

  • Site Directors:  Mary Soto (Nadaburg Elementary) msoto@nadaburgsd.org
  • Patricia Delgado (Desert Oasis)  pdelgado@nadaburgsd.org