Skull Valley School District
3150 Old Skull Valley Road
Skull Valley AZ 86338
P.O. Box 127
Skull Valley, AZ • 86338
Phone & Email
Phone (928) 442.3322
Fax (928) 442.9198
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Frequently Asked Questions
What are the school hours?
Are there any charges for my child to attend Skull Valley School?
Do you provide transportation to and from school?
Yes, Due to the rural nature of our area, and the nearby highway, all students who reside within our district boundaries are eligible for transportation. Eligible students include preschool through 8th grade who attend on a full-day schedule. Preschool students who attend our half-day program are eligible to ride only in the morning. We also offer transportation to and from Prescott both morning and afternoon.
Do you offer school meals?
Yes. Skull Valley School has always been well known for the quality of its lunch program. Hot lunches are offered each day to students for just $1.00 ($.40 for students who qualify for reduced rates). All meals are homemade by our cook, using as much organic and fresh produce as possible. We do not bring in prepackaged meals.
Unfortunately, we do not offer breakfast at this time, but we do provide a healthy, mid-morning snack.
How long is your school year?
Our school year typically begins the first week of August and ends by the third week in May. A copy of our current calendar is available on this site. We take one week off for spring break, one week off for fall break, and two weeks for winter break. Other various single-day holidays are observed throughout the year.
Drop-off / Pick-up Procedures
Skull Valley School will welcome parents to visit anytime, with or without advanced notice. Currently, enrolled parents wishing to visit are asked to coordinate visits with the classroom teacher. Visitors not known to the staff at the school must report to the Administration office and sign in. They will then be accompanied during the visit.
The administration at Skull Valley School encourages regular communication between teachers and parents. Two formal conferences will be held each school year at the end of the first and third quarters. Parents or instructional staff may call off a conference at any other times as the need arises. Conferences must be held before or after school so as not to interrupt instruction.
The AASA or MSAA tests for ELA and Math are given to all students in grades 3-8 each spring. The AzSCI test for science is given to students in grades 5 and 8 only each spring.