Parents of Pinnacle
Be Informed, Get Involved, Stay Involved
We do not have a PTO or PTA we are POP and with your help and support, POP pledges support and assistance to our Pinnacle family of students, staff, and parents.
POP goals for the 2012-2013 school year include providing:
- Up-to-date communication informing parents of PHS happenings
- Club support
- Teacher and staff appreciation & support
- Special programs for students and parents
- The all-night safe party for the graduating seniors, "Project Grad”
We are all connected to PHS, we are all Members of POP. Go to the POP website below to see what we are all about and get registered today!
For more information on how to obtain student insurance for your child please check out www.studentinsurance-kk.com
Questions about Attendance....
Check out the handbook links at the top of the page or click here for more information on our attendance policy!
Infinite Campus Parent Portal
For more info on the Parent Portal for Infinite Campus see the parents guide
Pinnacle High School Emergency Response Plan
Click here to read about the Pinnacle High School Emergeny Response Plan
No Child Left Behind
Click here to read the No Child Left Behind DIP Letter
Click here to print a map of the school grounds
Online meal payments
PVUSD parents can manage their child ’s school meal
account online through EzSchoolPay, a secure, online service
which parents may register for using their e-mail address,
a password, school name or ZIP code, a major credit card and
their child ’s student ID number (if your child does
not know his/her ID number, contact the PVUSD Nutrition and
Wellness department at 602-493-6330). Parents can check the
balance or add funds to the online meal account at any time.
Each student listed in the family's account will keep a separate
balance, and checks and cash will continue to be accepted in
all school cafeterias for meal accounts.
EZSchoolPay.com charges a small service fee ($2 per transaction,
which is automatically added to the payment amount, not subtracted
e-Backpack community flyers
Because student work should be the emphasis of take-home information, PVUSD has created an "e-backpack" Webpage to make flyers available to parents interested in the activities, programs and events being promoted by non-profit organizations in our community.
As a community service, the PVUSD Governing Board authorizes the distribution of information (flyers or other promotional material) of outside organizations that is intended solely to notify students and their parents of opportunities to participate in youth-related programs, activities or events that aim to improve the health, education or welfare of the students.
Click here to go to the e-Backpack
PVUSD Voluntary Drug Testing Program
Paradise Valley Unified School District piloted an expanded drug testing program for students in our district in 2006. This was as a result of survey results from parents of middle- and high-school students in the spring of 2005. Prior to the 2005-2006 school year, the only students who were part of our district’s random student drug testing program were those who participated in activities sponsored by the Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA). Nearly 90 percent of the parents and guardians who responded to the survey were in favor of expanding voluntary, random drug testing to the broader student population, with parent permission.