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VIEW THE 2019-2020 STUDENT HANDBOOK

Parents and students, you can view the new Pantano High School Student Handbook here – PHS Student Handbook 2019-2020


VAIL SCHOOL DISTRICT’S GRAB & GO MOBILE MEAL PROGRAM

The Grab & Go Mobile Meal program will start on Tuesday, March 31st and will run until the school closures end. 

Daily lunch and breakfast will be provided Monday through Friday, 10 am-12 pm.

If possible, children should be present to receive meals.  If children are not present, parents must complete additional verification to receive meals for their children. 

No reservations necessary… just head to any one of the stops most convenient to you
that are listed on the flyer and on the Vail School District website!

Please stay in your cars, as we are implementing a drive-through system of pick-up.

If you are walking to one of the stops, remember to wait in line with proper social distancing.

If you have any questions or would like further information, please email Heather Stough at stoughh@vailschooldistrict.org.

For a list of sites where meals may be picked up, click here.  


PANTANO HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS

Hi All!!!  Hope you are doing well and staying healthy. Attached are instructions on how to access your work over the next few weeks. To see detailed instructions, click here.

It may be helpful for you to look over this document prior to tomorrow when your work will be available.

PLEASE follow the directions and reach out to any of us with questions or concerns.

It is imperative that you work on these activities in order to finish the Term 5 classes and earn those credits.

We GREATLY miss all of you, and please know that your Pantano family is here for anything you may need!!

Ms. Lange


PANTANO HIGH SCHOOL PARENTS & STUDENTS

Parents and students:  Be on the lookout for general education opportunities coming your way by Wednesday afternoon!  Students check your G-Mail for further instructions!


UPDATES REGARDING CORONAVIRUS AND GENERAL HEALTH

If you would like current updates from Vail School District, click here.


LETTER FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT

RE: School Closures – March 15, 2020

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Governor Doug Ducey has just announced statewide school closures to take effect March 16th through March 27th. 

Please review the announcement from the Governor and the State Superintendent to parents here.

This means that Vail students will have an extended Spring Break through March 30th. We are making plans to provide learning opportunities for the week of March 23rd through March 27th and beyond if necessary.

The Governor’s announcement encourages the continuation of childcare options. As of now, our Community Services and VIP childcare will remain open.

Please be on the lookout for further communication before school resumes on March 30th.

John Carruth – Superintendent

 


2020 VAIL PRIDE DAY:  CONGRATULATIONS TO SCOTT HAGEN & IRENE SIFUENTES!

Teacher of the Year

2020 Pantano Teacher of the Year

2020 Pantano Support Staff of the Year


PARENT CHOICE NIGHT

Monica Wright, principal of Pantano High School, presenting at Old Vail Middle School


Parent Letter: Vaping on Campus

Please see the attached letter from Mrs. Wright about vaping on campus. Click here to read more.


Vail Transportation Letter

Here is a Q&A from Vail Transportation regarding bus routes for the 2019-20 School Year. Click here to read more.


Congratulations to the Winter Graduation Class of 2019!

 


Congratulations, Irene Sifuentes!

On August 15th, Irene Sifuentes was honored by the Heat Optimist Club as their 2019 Partner in Education Award Winner! Irene was recognized for her dedication to the students at Pantano High School where she is the Student Services Coordinator and works with multiple agencies, as well as Youth on their Own, to provide students with food, clothing, toiletries, and school supplies. In addition she helps students schedule doctor and dentist appointments, and apply for and secure social security cards, birth certificates, and driver’s licenses when needed. If there is a need for transportation to and from activities, she is quick to volunteer her time. Irene does not stop there. If there are some students who want lunch, but don’t have the money, she digs deep into her own pockets to ensure that students don’t go hungry! She is seen here being presented her award and a coaster engraved with the Optimist’s Creed by President Jim Pekny!