Welcome to Taylor Intermediate

Welcome to the online home of the Lobo Pups! Taylor Intermediate School, a place where you can “come be a part of the pack,” is one of six schools in Snowflake School District #5. We serve over 250 fourth through sixth grade students in the community of Taylor, along the banks of Silver Creek in Navajo County in eastern Arizona.

Please take a few minutes to browse through our website and learn more about who we are and what we can offer your child. Don’t forget to check out our Events page to stay informed about all that’s happening at Taylor, and be sure to contact us if we can answer any questions for you.

A Message from Our Principal

Dear Parents,

I hope you had a merry Christmas and a great start to 2021! Thank you for taking time to visit our Taylor Intermediate website. I hope as you do that you find our staff and programs are here for the education, benefit, and development of your students. As always, this past year was a very special year with many positive memories that will last a lifetime. I look forward to what this current year has in store for us as we work side by side with these very special fourth, fifth and sixth grade students. 

Events to take note of:

  • Civil Rights Day – Monday, January 18–No School
  • President’s Day – Monday February 15–No School
  • End of 3rd Quarter – Friday, March 12
  • Spring Break – March 15–19
  • Parent/Teacher Conferences on March 25th & Early Release Days–March 25 and 26, at 11:10 a.m.
  • AzM2 (formerly AzMERIT) Testing – in April
  • School Wide Activity Days –TBA 
  • Last Day of School – May 28 – Early Release at 11:10 a.m.

I can’t say enough good about all the students, the staff, as well as all you parents. I appreciate so much the support you have given to your students and my staff. We couldn't fully accomplish what we need to with your children without your support at school, and especially at home. We have an incredible community that values education and recognizes the importance of supporting their students as they are building their educational foundation.


Debbie Muder