Home School Applications
Applications for return to comprehensive school sites will be available from Ms. Jassal and Mr. Navarro starting and are due .
Late applications will not be accepted.
Remember that in order to return to a comprehensive site, students must be fully caught up on credits and have excellent grades, attendance, and behavior.
In the Spring semester, PAHS will launch the MANA Program in partnership with the Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center. While the program is designed for Pacific Islander students, all are welcome to participate in this exciting after-school opportunity to earn elective credits and get academic support with their peers in a fun and social environment. Our MANA Program Facilitator will work with students, parents, and faculty to provide great support for students in and out of school, help them to build cultural awareness, and help prepare them for college. At the end of the year, students will have the opportunity to take part in the MANA Conference, a gathering of students from schools all over the Peninsula to celebrate Pacific Islander culture and the students' achievements throughout the year.
The MANA Program will run Tuesdays and Thursdays fromthroughout the Spring semester. Transportation home will be provided via district bus. There is no cost to PAHS students or families, and students can earn up to 5 elective credits through their regular attendance and participation in the program.
Students can see Mr. Faber for more information. We hope to get a big turnout for this valuable and fun way to earn more credits toward graduation!
Wednesday Remedial Sessions
Good attendance and passing grades
get you home early!
Stay on top of your work and earn your early pass!
The Teen Health Van will be here Tuesday, November 18 th
Please sign up with Mrs. Maliga at the Health Office.
It is first come first serve.
The Health Van will be located in the rear parking lot.
10th Grade Academy
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