Our Mission

  • P.T. Coe students are challenged to progress academically and socially every day.

  • January 6, 2020

    Dear Isaac Resident:

    Recently, the Arizona Department of Education released A-F School Letter Grades. The new A-F letter grades are just one measure of how a school is doing. The letter grades are based largely on how students did on the AzMERIT assessment, as well as a range of other measures.

    P.T. Coe Elementary School has received a state accountability grade of D and a federal accountability designation of Federal Comprehensive Support and Improvement (CSI) Schools.


    State Accountability

    The A-F Accountability System is designed to empower schools to achieve and increase student success in Arizona. It provides schools with feedback on what areas they are excelling and in what areas they may need to focus on. It is a tool to help schools improve, parents to better understand what school is best for their child with empowering quantitative information when making school choices, and to help the state, policy makers and community leaders identify which schools are in need of support and how to better prioritize resources.

    Federal Accountability

    Being named a Comprehensive Support and Improvement (CSI), “D” School allows our school to receive more resources and support to improve student achievement.

    School Improvement

    We would like to inform you of the efforts we are making to improve the academic success of our students:

    • Extensive data analysis to conduct a comprehensive needs assessment
    • Develop an Integrated Action Plan for improvement based on the data
    • Before/After School Tutoring through 21st Century Program
    • Saturday School
    • Individual grade level strategic plans to address to student needs


    We will hold a public meeting to share our improvement plan:

                   Date: Thursday January 16,  2020

                   Time: 8:30 - 9:30 a.m

                   Location: P.T. Coe Elementary School 3801 W. Roanoke Avenue Phoenix, Az. 85009                           



    Chelsia Y. Stallworth



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  • P.T. Coe Site Council Agenda

       3801 W. Roanoke Av. Phoenix, Az. 85009

    Rm. 20

     Tuesday February 11th, 2020

     3:15 - 4:15 p.m.


    1. Welcome
    2. Norms
    • Honor the start and end time
    • Actively participate
    • Look for solutions
    • Listen with an open mind and assume positive intent
    • Decision making is by consensus


    1. Review Site council positions
    2. Share out the following:
    3. District Assessment Data
    4. Discuss Importance of Student/Parent Surveys
    5. Discuss What is Working and Needs Improvement in Instruction regarding IAP
    6. Discuss CNA Process and steps
    7. Next meeting (Tuesday March 17th, 2020 3:15 - 4:15 p.m. Rm. 20)
    8. Agenda will be posted by (February 25th, 2020)


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    PURSUANT TO A.R.S. section 15-351, notice is hereby given to members of the Isaac School District No. 5 Governing Board and the general public that the P.T. Coe Elementary School Site Council Meeting will be held at 3:30pm to 4:30pm on Tuesday January 21st, 2019 at P.T.Coe Elementary School located at 3801 West Roanoke Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85009.  Agenda is subject to revision 24 hours prior to the meeting and can be picked up at the school office or accessed at the website http://www.IsaacSchools.org/PTCoe.  This meeting is open to the public.


    Persons with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation, such as a  sign language interpreter, by contacting Info@isaacschools.org or 602-4555-6700.  Requests should be made as early as possible to allow time to arrange the accommodation.


    Chelsia Stallworth, Principal

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  • Are you ready to join the PT Coe Site Council?

    The school site council is a group of teachers, parents, classified employees, and students that works with the principal to develop, review and evaluate school improvement programs and school budgets. The members of the site council are generally elected by their peers. For example, parents elect the parent representatives and teachers elect teachers.

    The exact duties of school site councils vary from state to state and even between districts in the same state, but site councils generally either make decisions or advise the principal on the school budget and the academic or school improvement plan. In addition to academic planning, many site councils are also responsible for making decisions about parent engagement, safety and discipline.

    Over the course of a year, a typical council might consider the goals of the school or district and then work with the principal to evaluate the school’s progress toward those goals. In this evaluation, the council might consider school test scores, attendance and discipline records, parent surveys and input from students.

    After looking at the big picture of the school’s progress, the council and the principal create a plan for improvement. This plan might involve a new academic program, staff member or parent outreach strategy. For example, one council might use funds to develop a new math program, while another might decide to hire a reading specialist. Another council might decide that hiring an additional teacher to reduce class sizes in a particular grade or a parent liaison to get more parents involved would be the best use of its money. Because school budgets are limited and many funds can only be spent in certain ways, there are always tough decisions to make.

    In some schools, the site council merely advises the principal and does not have any authority to make decisions. In other schools, site councils are powerful and have the last word on staffing and budgeting decisions, including evaluating the principal and hiring teachers. Even at schools where the official duties are the same, some site councils generally defer to the principal’s judgments, while others are actively involved in developing new programs or overseeing major school change.

    Successful school site councils, regardless of their specific agendas, are more than a “rubber stamp” committee, and always ask thoughtful and challenging questions.

    School site council members don’t just represent their own interests. They have an obligation to make decisions that will best serve the whole school community. In fact, many site councils are specifically charged with finding ways to close gaps in achievement between groups of students.


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  • school bus

     Dear P.T. Coe Families:


    Welcome to the 2019-2020 school year! I am very excited that school is about to start again!

    The first day of school is Monday August 5th! We will start school instruction at 8:00 a.m. Breakfast will be from 7:30 a.m. until 8:15 a.m. (Breakfast will be served in your child’s classroom this year). Any time after 8:15 a.m. your child will be marked tardy, and breakfast stops serving. The school day is over at 3:00 p.m. Every Thursday is early dismissal at 1:10 p.m. This is also a reminder that we are a uniform school. Our colors are the following: (Tops – white, light blue, navy blue, maroon) (Bottom – navy blue, khaki) No other colors will be accepted.

    I want to personally invite you to attend our Back-to-School (Title 1) Open House Night on Thursday, August 1st, from 3-5 PM. This will be a great time to strengthen our P.T. Coe community, meet teachers and other families, and learn about the upcoming school year. You will have the opportunity to visit with teachers at each grade-level. Our school goal is to see 90% of our families at this event. I hope to see each of you on Thursday August 1st!

    Lastly, I wanted to remind all parents as always, please feel free to reach out with questions or concerns


    Chelsia Y. Stallworth

    Principal. P.T. Coe Elementary School



    Estimado P.T. Familias Coe:


    ¡Bienvenido al año escolar 2019-2020! ¡Estoy muy emocionado de que la escuela esté por comenzar de nuevo!

    ¡El primer día de clases es el lunes 5 de agosto! Comenzaremos la instrucción escolar a las 8:00 a.m. El desayuno será de 7:30 a.m. a 8:15 a.m. (El desayuno se servirá en el aula de su hijo este año). En cualquier momento después de las 8:15 a.m., su hijo será marcado tarde y el desayuno deja de servir. El día escolar termina a las 3:00 p.m. Todos los jueves es salida temprano a la 1:10 p.m. Esto también es un recordatorio de que somos una escuela uniforme. Nuestros colores son los siguientes: (Parte superior: blanco, azul claro, azul marino, granate) (Parte inferior: azul marino, caqui) No se aceptarán otros colores.

    Quiero invitarlo personalmente a asistir a nuestra Noche de Casa Abierta de Regreso a la Escuela (Título 1) el jueves 1 de agosto, de 3 a 5 p.m. Este será un buen momento para fortalecer nuestro P.T. Coe comunidad, conocer maestros y otras familias, y aprender sobre el próximo año escolar. Tendrá la oportunidad de visitar a los maestros en cada grado. Nuestro objetivo escolar es ver al 90% de nuestras familias en este evento. ¡Espero verlos el jueves 1 de agosto!

    Por último, quería recordarles a todos los padres como siempre, no dude en comunicarse con sus preguntas o inquietudes.



    Chelsia Y. Stallworth

    Director de escuela. P.T. Escuela primaria de Coe


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P.T. Coe Start and End Times


    School start times 


    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday:  7:50 am-3: 00 pm

    7:50  - 1st Bell

    7:57 -  Warning Bell

    8:00 -  Late bell, Announcements

    8:10 - Start Instruction

    3:00 - Dismissal


               Early Release Thursdays:  7:50am-1:10pm


    Half Days:  7:50am-12:00pm



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  • Adult ESL Classes are back at Coe

    Registration will start on August 5th. Parents can register with Ms. Erica Carrera-Coronado in room 3 or at the HOI. 
    Their will be English class 4 levels available: 
    • Basics
    • Beginner
    • Intermediate
    • Advanced
    Parents will be assessed to determine the appropriate English level.
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