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PARENTS:  DON’T FORGET TO EXPLORE THE PARENT RESOURCES AVAILABLE!

There are various menus to navigate the website.  Under the Resources menu, there are pages dedicated to Parents, Students, and Staff.  Current topics on the Parents Resource page include:

We hope you make use of these helpful, practical resources during this difficult time!


Term 2 – September 21- November 6th, 2020

Pantano High School

2020-2021 Bell Schedule:

To class                     8:55

1st Period                  9:00 – 9:55                 (55 min)

2nd Period                9:55 – 10:50              (55 min)

Mindful Minutes        10:50 – 11:00            (10 min)

Comm. Time             11:00 – 11:20            (20 min)

3rd Period                 11:20 – 12:15            (55 min)

4th Period                 12:15 – 1:10              (55 min)

Lunch                         1:10 – 1:50                 (40 min)

5th Period                 1:50 – 2:45                 (55 min)

6th Period                 2:45 – 3:40                 (55 min)


2020-2021 1/2 Day Bell Schedule

To class                     8:55

1st Period                  9:00 – 9:35                 (35 min)

2nd Period                9:35 – 10:10              (35 min)

3rd Period                 10:10 – 10:45            (35 min)

Mindful Minutes        10:45 – 10:55            (10 min)

Community Time      10:55 – 11:15            (20 min)

4th Period                 11:15 – 11:50            (35 min)

5th Period                 11:50 – 12:25            (35 min)

6th Period                 12:25 – 1:00             (35 min)

 

Remember lunch is NOT served on half-days.

ON-SITE SERVICES FOR STUDENTS (Friday, August 14, 2020)

On August 17, 2020 the Vail School District will start providing On-Site Support Services for students who will most benefit from these opportunities. Site administrators are making direct contact with families of students who have been identified to have a critical need. Categories that are being prioritized include – students with disabilities, who receive free/reduced lunch services, designated
English Language Learners (ELL) , and those in the care of Foster Care/Arizona Department of Child Safety.

To read the entire letter click here.

 

PROJECT SAFE PLACE 

If you have suffered trauma and need some help, contact Project Safe Place at (520) 795-0300.

Project Safe Place is making a difference in Pima County.  This grant-funded program is free of charge to all who qualify.  Referrals can be made by any front-line staff in an emergency situation and can also be submitted via email to intake@jfctucson.org.

For more information, click here.


 

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