Community Organizations & Non-Profits
A Community Coalition tackling Underage Drinking and Substance Abuse along the Copper Corridor.
Apache Junction, AZ
Arizona City, AZ
Helping those that are struggling with life’s problems including domestic violence and homelessness.
The Superior Unified School District #15 consists of two schools serving 362 students in grades K -12.
JFK Elementary (Pre K – 6)
Superior Jr./Sr. High School (7-12)
Located in southeastern Pinal County, 60 miles east of Phoenix, Arizona, the district boundaries extend to Florence Junction (west) and to Top of the World (east).
The Superior Unified School District (SUSD) is a Title I district. The designation provides additional funding to reinforce our reading and math foundations. It also allows our students to receive 100% free/reduced breakfastIlunch. SUSD has partnered with the Vail Unified School District in order to implement the Arizona college and career ready standards into our K – 12 classrooms through the Beyond Textbook curriculum guides and maps. The district is also a member of the Cobre Valley Institute of Technology. CVIT assists the district in offering programs such as culinary arts, hospitality, welding, nursing, and fire science to our students. In addition, we have built valued relationships with the Town of Superior, Superior Chamber of Commerce, Superior Rotary, Superior Optimist Club, Superior Little League, Boyce Thompson Arboretum, Red Bear Outfitters and Resolution Copper Mining Corporation. Resolution Copper has provided continued support for our athletics programs, nature club, hiking club, beyond text books, DECCA/FCCLA and staff appreciation events.
Apache Junction, AZ
Our mission is to conserve the natural Sonoran Desert open spaces surrounding the Superstition Wilderness Area for this and future generations.
We educate the public about State Trust Lands and it’s vulnerability to development. We work with multiple stakeholders to protect the lands that border the Superstition Wilderness Area. We provide public outreach programs to encourage people to experience the natural beauty of the Sonoran Desert. Finally, we build, maintain and re-establish trails in conjunction with local government entities.