News and Announcements

Schools closed for the 2019-2020 School Year!!

On March 30, 2020, the Governor of Arizona, Doug Ducey, has ordered all schools in the state closed through the end of the school year 2019-2020. While this may bring up many questions regarding graduation, promotion, and retention. We will continue to update via the FAQ and One Call Now as details become available.
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Distance Learning Packets

Thanks to all who picked up work packets! If you haven’t gotten a packet, there are still packets in the office (which is open from 8-2, M-F) and available on the website’s distance learning menu. Please turn in completed packets to drop off locations or the school office each Wednesday and you’ll receive a new packet. If you are unable to drop off the packets, you may also email them to your child’s homeroom teacher.
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Added Breakfast Locations

Attention Parents: We are expanding our emergency food service starting Monday, March 30. In addition to our current stops of Wallace Elementary School, Mochem, the fire station in Poston, and Cienega Springs, we are adding the following: 100 homes at CRRMC and Bluewater Lagoon at the bus stop.

The Cienega Springs stop is changing to the following to provide for more families: 7:30 to 7:55 Bean Pot Hill at Admiral and Harbor, 8:00 to 8:25 Lakeside 5 at the Construction site/Rio Vista, 8:30 to 8:55 Christ Church on the River, 9:05 to 9:30 Near Buckskin Fire Station number 2. All other spots (WES, Mochem, Poston Fire) will be from 7:30-9:30 daily. Homework packets will be available every Wednesday at the food locations. If you cannot make it to a food location on Wednesday, packets are at the WJH office between 8AM -2PM.
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Distance Learning Update & Survey

Wallace Junior High will have packets of work ready on Wednesday, March 25. Packets may be picked up at the breakfast/lunch grab and go or at the Wallace Junior High Office. Also, we invite you to please take the short survey below. It will help us in planning for the upcoming weeks. Thank you for your patience and understanding through this time.
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CPIH Treatment, Support & Rehabilitative Services: Why does Mental Health Matter In Schools?

Children and youth with mental health challenges sometimes experience difficulty at school for a variety of reasons. CPIH receives frequent calls from parents hose kids are struggling to be successful or sometimes not even being allowed to stay at school due to unaddressed mental health needs. Accessing the services that children and youth need to help them better manage and support their mental health needs at school can be quite challenging. CPIH is here to help! If you would like more information, please feel free to contact: Stephanie McDowell at 928-575-6066 or
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