Career Success Schools

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Parent Information

District Information

  • Title IX – Sexual Discrimination Policy and Sexual Harassment Grievance Procedures

    Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and the Title IX regulations prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex, including gender-based and sexual harassment discrimination, in the School’s educational programs and activities, including employment.  Career Success Schools is committed to maintaining an educational and working environment free from sex discrimination and harassment and encourages any student or employee who believes they have been subjected to discrimination on the basis of sex, whether by students or by Career Success Schools employees, to utilize this procedure.  For more information please read the full sexual discrimination policy and sexual harassment grievance procedures.

    Title IX Coordinator’s Name and Contact Information

    Jeremy Howell, 8537 N. 27th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85051, Phone: 602-396-7896, jhowell@csschools.com

    Nondiscrimination Statement

    It is the policy of the Career Success Schools to prohibit discriminatory harassment based on actual or perceived race, color, religion/religious beliefs, sex, gender, gender identity, age, national origin, sexual orientation, creed, citizenship status, marital status, political beliefs/affiliation, disability, home language, parental status, status with regard to public assistance, limited proficiency in English, or family, social or cultural background, or any other reason not related to the student’s individual capabilities or on the basis of association with others identified by these categories. Career Success Schools shall investigate all complaints, formal or informal, verbal or written, of discriminatory or other harassment, and shall take appropriate action against anyone who is found to have violated this policy.

    Training Material

Career Success Schools is a non-profit organization that is Corporate Accredited through Cognia.

Download and Print  District Homeless Policy

Career Success School District Homeless Policy

The Career Success School District recognizes its obligation to ensure that homeless children have access to the same free and appropriate public education provided to other children within the district.  The district shall remove barriers to enrollment and provide homeless students with access to education and other services necessary for these students to meet the same challenging performance standards as other students.  Students shall not be segregated into a separate school or program based on their statutes as homeless, nor shall homeless students be stigmatized in any way.

The designated homeless liaison shall ensure that placement decisions for homeless students are based on the student’s best interest as defined in law and administrative regulation.

Corporate & Governing  Boards

Jean Duffy
President/CEO, Director, Agent
Kevin Zirk
Secretary
Joni Sucato
Treasurer
Daniela Bulmini
Officer
Ditza BenShalom-Pillow
Officer

2022 / 2023

Jean Duffy, Board President
Charter Rep/Business & Operations Manager
Career Success Schools

Kevin Zirk, Board Secretary
Financial Planner-Broker
Primerica

Ditza BenShalom-Pillow, Member
FA Director
SMART

Jeffrey S. Olson, Member
Retired
Shefrin, Olson & Olive

Daniela Bulmini, Member
Director Of Education
Accord Healthcare Institute

Charter Board Compliance

Charter holder’s performance dashboards
Financial, operational, and academic dashboards

Charter school academic dashboards
Tech campus
R.L. Duffy campus
Stem Academy
Sage elementary

Public Records Request – Dr. Edith Macklin emacklin@csschools.com / Jean Duffy jduffy@csschools.com 602.341.6393

Parental Rights Handbook

View or Download Handbook

Teacher Pay Increases

Average Teacher Salary (A.R.S. §15-189.05), as added by Laws 2018, Ch. 285, §3

Average salary of all teachers employed in budget year 2023 – $51,081
Average salary of all teachers employed in budget year 2022 – $49,698
Increase in average teacher salary from the prior year 2022 – $1,383
Percentage increase in average teacher salary from the prior year 2022 – 2.8%
Average salary of all teachers employed in budget year 2018 – $39,785
Increase in average teacher salary since 2018 – $11,296.00
Percentage increase in average teacher salary since 2018 – 28.4%

Community Partners

Career Success Schools has partnered with members of our community in order to provide any services or assistance our students may need.