PAWS Student Request Form - Fall 2019
Students,

PAWS will be held on Tuesday and Thursday. To complete the PAWS Request form, please follow these steps:

1. Select your first choice for PAWS and indicate if you would like to attend this class one or both PAWS days (if offered).
2. Select your second choice for PAWS and indicate if you would like to attend this class one day, or both days (if offered).
3. Select your third choice for PAWS should one of your first two choices not be available or there is a conflict.

Seniors - For Early Release, please select the early release option. A parent permission form must also be submitted to the front office.

There is no need to complete this form if you are not scheduled for a class in the building for 7th period. If you are unable to leave the building by 2:55 p.m., you must make a PAWS selection

TAG classes - Classes that begin with "TAG" are seminars for TAG students only, unless indicated that it is open to other students. These seminars are for TAG credit.


Parents,

Students are asked to complete the PAWS request form to advocate for their interest or where they need support. Should a student require support in a specific subject area, the student's teacher, grade-level administrator, or counselor will make a request to have a student's PAWS schedule changed to support that need.

What is your Last Name? *
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What is your First Name? *
Your answer
What is your Student ID number? *
Your answer
What is your email address? *
Your answer
What is your Grade Level? *
What is your 1st PAWS choice? *
How many days do you want to attend this PAWS selection? *
What is your 2nd PAWS choice? *
How many days do you want to attend this PAWS selection? *
What is your 3rd PAWS choice? This selection will be used if one of your first two choices are not available or there is a conflict with another PAWS selection. *
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