FAQ

How do I register my child for school?

If you are new to our area and need to register for school, simply visit the school office. We will be happy to help you fill out the necessary paperwork for registration. When you come, please be sure to bring the following documents with you:

  • Your child’s birth certificate
  • Your child’s immunization records
  • Proof of residency (in the form of a utility bill)
  • Any records from your child’s previous school

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What time does school start and end?

Students begin school at 8:00 a.m., and we dismiss them at 4:00 p.m.


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How much does lunch cost?

Breakfast and lunch are both free to all students in our school.


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Is busing available?

Yes. For more information on bus routes and times, please give our office a call at
928-859-3806.


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What do I do if my child is late to school?

Tardies affect the entire class, so we appreciate all students who get to school on time. If your child must be late, we ask him or her to stop by the office to pick up a pass before heading to class.


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My child needs to be absent from school. How do I proceed?

If you know your child must be absent, please send a note to your child’s teacher explaining the circumstances and date(s) of the absence(s). We will try our best to get any work together that your child might miss. If your child is sick, please call the office the morning of the absence, and let us know where your child is. Not only do we want to make sure your child is safe, we also want to mark your child as “excused.” If we do not receive a call or note explaining the absence, we will record it as “unexcused.”


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What do I need to do in order to withdraw my child from school?

Please let us know if your family will be moving. You’ll need to complete a “withdrawal slip,” and your child will need to turn in any textbooks or library books he or she may have at home. You’ll also need to clear any debt you may have with our school.


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