Pendergast Community Center
The Pendergast Community Center is located at 10550 W. Mariposa St. Phoenix, AZ 85037 (623) 772-2319 and provides a variety of services including:
Pendergast Community Center serves to provide education, family and social support by extending the school experience with quality programs and resources to meet the diverse needs of the Pendergast District community. Our community consists of children, families, employees, businesses and service organizations.
Pendergast Learning Center
The Pendergast Learning Center is located at 3841 N. 91st Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85037 (623) 772-2203 and is home to a number of education supporting departments for the District including:
The Pendergast Learning Center is also the site of the District's Early Learning Center, a childcare center for children ages 6 weeks to 4 years of age. The center features a complex of spaces available for teacher training, workshops and professional development; meetings by District and community members; and a West Valley site for state-sponsored education forums and meetings. The PLC is also home to Charlies' Cafe & Catering.
The Pendergast Learning Center is located at 3841 N. 91st Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85037
For details on reserving a space for meetings or special events, visit the Pendergast Learning Center Site »
Safety & Security at Pendergast
Pendergast Elementary School District and its twelve campuses are committed to creating safe and secure environments for learning. To this end, each school within the District, as well as the District Office, has crisis management guidelines and a comprehensive plan designed to inform staff and students of what to do in the event of an emergency. The plans are based on the State of Arizona's Emergency Response Plan. The District's Crisis Manual contains vital information necessary to assist in any emergency situation. In addition to the manual, each school and the District Office have Crisis Response Teams that are mobilized in the event of an emergency to assist in providing information to the students, staff, families and community. Fire and lockdown drills are practiced regularly at each site to ensure that routines and safety procedures are well established and familiar to all. Parents / guardians can expect effective and efficient information communicated in a timely manner regarding school-related situations that may occur on campus.
In the event of a school or District emergency, parents will be notified in the following ways:
- With a message sent home in the school newsletter
- With a special parent advisory sent home from the school; and/or
- With a call, email text and website posting from our Emergency Messaging System
If you have any questions or would like further information, contact:
Regina Robles, Risk Management Supervisor
Phone: (623) 772-2215