PASS PALS ICARE PACE

To provide students with an educational foundation for life-long success

Principal's Message

In the years since the 1990-91 school year when PASS began, as high school
alternative programs coordinator, I have met many talented and promising
students who have attended PASS, PALS, PACE and I-CARE. For various reasons,
each one of them had been unsuccessful within traditional school settings and
had been considered high-need and at-risk. During the first 21 years of PASS,
1200 students earned their high school diplomas, ranging from 9 the first
year to 94 graduates our top year. These students are productive citizens in
Kingman as well as around the world, and I am proud to say they are teachers,
nurses, business owners, secretaries, servicemen in the Army, Navy and
Marines, as well as continuing students and parents of the next generation.
We see them working everywhere we shop, eat or do business in Kingman!

Our PALS, PACE, and I-CARE students go on to graduate from PASS or KHS. The
PACE program is for students who are significantly behind on credits who need
self-paced classes and extra help on core academics. PALS provides PACE and
PASS students who need more structure an opportunity to focus on academics and
learn skills needed upon return to PASS and PACE. I-CARE students have had problems
with following rules, but most who finish I-CARE go on to succeed at PASS or
KHS.

You might ask "Why?" We feel that it is because many students need a small,
intimate educational community that nurtures individual social, academic, and
personal growth. PASS, PALS, PACE and I-CARE offer a safe learning
environment for students to build skills and increase personal resiliency.
This increases the likelihood of success in society as young adults. I
appreciate our school staff who work diligently each day to meet student
needs and provide students with support and encouragement to realize their
full potential. With me, they welcome you to PASS, PALS, PACE and I-CARE and
hope you will have a successful and rewarding school year!

Sincerely,

Sandy McCoy
Alternative Programs Coordinator

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News and Announcements

Flyer for Application
Alternative Program Application
Food Drive
PASS and PACE students collected 352 pounds of cans for the Kingman Food Bank!
Second AIMS Celebration and Community Project Day
Parent Forum October
The Parent Forum for October is Audra Jalbert, who is discussing the Strengthening Families Program, Harbor House, Life Skills Course for Youth.
Top Phoenix August/September
Top Phoenix for PASS: Skyler Shepherd, for PACE: AJ Begay, Michael Gotcher, Rachael Bryan, and for I-CARE: Jimeana Muro. Congrats
Parent Forum September 12
There will be a guest speaker, prosecutor Megan McCoy, to discuss Teens and Sex Crimes. This forum is open to parents and students of the Positive Alternative Campus.
Positive Alternative Campus Registration
Registration Materials will be mailed out for pre-registered and interviewed PASS, PALS and PACE students. Registration will be held the first days of school, 8/8 and 8/9.

Preregistered I-CARE students will register 8/7. Information will be mailed.

Students who do not receive their registration materials by 8/1 should call, 753-8400.
Top Phoenix 2012-13 School Year!
Brady Lollar was named the 2012-2013 Top Top Phoenix for excellent attendance, average percent, and great attitude.
Top Phoenix April!
Rose Ahlheim, PASS, Tiffany Fluette, PALS, and Kalynn Pittman, PACE are the Top Phoenix students for April.
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