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General Info

 

Primary Parent Contact

jamie@prideschools.org

(509) 309-7680


ATTENDANCE LINE

(509) 309-7680, opt. 2


Notification System

Pride Prep has an email and text notification system. If you are not receiving this information in the manner that you wish, or if there is another member of the family that you would like to include in these communications, please contact
jamie@prideschools.org


POLICIES & BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Visit our district site at www.prideschools.org/policies

Office Hours

The Pride Prep office is open during school hours

Monday through Thursday:
8:00am – 3:30pm
Friday:
8:00am – 12:30pm
For important dates and holiday information, visit our calendar page or download the PDF calendar.


2018/19 SCHOOL YEAR INFORMATION

Fees: (Fees can be paid at our Pride Schools Store)

  • Project Supply Fee -- $50

  • ASB Card -- $20 fee + $20 per activity or sport
    (except for activities provided by outside vendors, i.e. Chess)

  • PSAT -- $10 optional for all 8th graders in October

School Supplies:

  • 2" 3-ring binder

  • 200 sheets of college ruled for their 3-ring binder

  • 5 divider tabs

  • 3-hole pencil pouch


Uniform shirts must be purchased from us directly. 

Items are now available for purchase at our Pride Store.


Need lunch info? 

Click "View" below to learn how to pay for student lunches

 

Looking to be a leader of the pride pack?

Click the "Apply" button below to view career opportunities

 
 

Free and Reduced applications are available now, you can download the form below. 
This needs to be filled out each year to be eligible.

Free & Reduced Application 

 

S U P P O R T:  M C K I N N E Y - V E N T O  P R O G R A M

Supporting the educational rights of students who are living in emergency, temporary, and/or transitional housing situation.

Please contact:
Marcia Via, liaison
509.309.7680, opt. 3
marcia@prideschools.org

Who we serve:

  • "Doubled up" with relatives or friends due to loss of housing, economic hardship, or a similar reason

  • Living in motels or campgrounds due to the lack of alternative living accommodations

  • Living in emergency or transitional shelters

  • Abandoned in hospitals

  • Living in places that are not regular sleeping accommodations for people, such as cars, parks, public spaces, abandoned buildings, substandard housing, bus or train stations, or similar settings

  • Youth not residing with their legal parent or guardian

  • Runaways

What we do:

  • Recognize and support students protected by McKinney-Vento

  • Communicate to each school regularly about students currently enrolled and contact teachers and/or school officials about developing issues

  • Serve as a liaison between the school, parents, students, and community agencies to meet the educational needs of the students

  • Accumulate statistics about the mobility of homeless students

  • Be available to visit school buildings to support students, staff, and parents with any issues/concerns

  • Network with other community agencies and programs involved with homelessness to coordinate advocacy efforts and link community services

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