Saddle Mountain Unified staff and administrators, along with other dignitaries, gathered at Desert Sunset Elementary School in Buckeye on July 27 to cut the ribbon for the district’s newest facility.
Located at 30919 W. White Tank Vista Drive, the 80,000-square-foot building accommodates kindergarten through eighth grade and will welcome over 600 students this upcoming school year.
Buckeye Mayor Eric Orsborn thanked the families that continue to invest in the education of his city’s students and expressed his gratitude for the new facility that will contribute to the success of the students.
“As our community grows, I can proudly say that Desert Sunset Elementary is another great asset for the parents of Buckeye, to provide their children with the best education possible,” he said.
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