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Frequently Asked Questions

What if my child is absent?

Just be sure that he/she returns to school with a note excusing the absence. Be aware that there is an attendance limit of 5 absences per class – any more than that is considered excessive and an attendance notification letter will be sent home. Further absences will result in additional action being taken by school personnel and possible prosecution.

Some absences do not count toward the attendance limit, such as a school activity, doctor's appointment, hospitalization, death in the family, or religious ceremony.

Feel free to read Page High School's attendance policy.


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Is late busing available for after school tutoring and clubs?

Yes. The after school day ends at 4:25 p.m., and late buses run for students who are using the open lab, tutorial, library, and all other extended-day programs. Students must have a pass from the activity in order to ride the bus at 4:30 p.m.

For more information, feel free to review Page High School's late activity route detail.


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Does Page High School have a dress code?

Students should dress neatly and appropriately. We recognize that everyone feels more at ease when properly dressed and groomed. To uphold the image of the school as a place of business, please review our dress code


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What are the meal prices?

Page High School cafeteria serves breakfast and lunch daily. The high school lunch program uses the student's ID number in place of a breakfast/lunch ticket.

Breakfast: $1.85 for full paid students a day/ $.30 for reduced students daily
Lunch: $2.50 for full paid students a day/ $.40 for reduced students daily 
Milk: $.60 when purchased separately 
Orange juice: $.60 when purchased separately

 **Prices are subject to change**

Feel free to review all cafeteria guidelines and meal prices.


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My son/daughter will be driving to school. What are the rules for parking?

For the safety of the students, students may park in the CAB (Cultural Arts Building) parking lot. We will not allow students to “hang out” in the school parking lots during the instructional day.


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What are the attendance requirements for my child to participate in school activities?

Students need to attend the entire school day in order to be eligible to attend an activity occurring the same day. For weekend competitions or activities, students must attend the entire day prior to the competition. Exceptions need to be cleared through the principal or his designee prior to the activity. Unexcused tardies over 15 minutes will be counted as truancy and will disqualify students from participation.

Please review our attendance for activities policy.


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What are the academic eligibility requirements for participation in athletics?

In order to participate in all AIA sponsored athletic events, AIA sponsored drama events, or competitions/festivals for band, WGI, orchestra, and choir, a PHS student must pass all classes every three weeks.

Please feel free to review all academic eligibility requirements.


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What is the High School Site Council?

The mission of the Page Unified School District is to provide each student with a challenging academic education in a caring and safe environment. The Page High School Site Council meets the last Tuesday of each month and consists of parents, students, community members, high school staff (classified and certified), and high school administrators. For more information or to learn how you can get involved, contact Greg Stanfield at (928) 608-4185.


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When are AIMS tests administered?

High School AIMS    
Writing October 25, 2011 Junior/Senior Not Passed
Reading October 26, 2011 Junior/Senior Not Passed
Math October 27, 2011 Junior/Senior Not Passed
     
Spring AIMS    
Writing February 28, 2012 Sophomore/Junior/Senior
Reading February 29, 2012 Sophomore/Junior/Senior
Math April 10, 2012 Sophomore/Junior/Senior
Writing Retakes March 6, 2012 Sophomore/Junior/Senior who missed
Reading Retakes March 7, 2012 Sophomore/Junior/Senior who missed
Science  April 11, 2012 Biology students (not a graduation requirement)
Math Retakes April 17, 2012 Sophomore/Junior/Senior who missed

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What are the Page High School Graduation Requirements?

We have several diploma options from which to choose, including a standard diploma and an academic diploma.


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What are the Page High School Transition and TSW Programs?

The Transition Program at Page High School provides individualized transition services for students who are eligible for special education services and are on an IEP. The services provided through the Transition Program focus on basic, entry-level employability and workplace skills for non-VR students. Non-VR students include those with severe disabilities, the higher level Learning Disabled (LD) students, those students who choose not to apply for TSW/VR services, and students who are not eligible (Priority One) as determined by the VR Counselor. These students would be in the Transition Program and receiving the mandated transition services through IDEA and would not be receiving the gamut of services provided through the TSW. In accordance with IDEA, every student with an IEP will have a transition plan implemented in their IEP, which includes measurable post-secondary goals and a coordinated set of activities updated annually to better prepare them to meet their post-secondary goals.

We encourage you to read more about the Page High School Transition and TSW Programs.


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