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Greenway Middle School Bell Schedule

Greenway Regular Bell Schedule

Block/AB Block C/D Block E/F
8:00-8:28 Mentor 8:00-8:28 Mentor 8:00-8:28 Mentor
8:28-9:38 Block A 8:28-9:14 Period 1 8:28-9:14 Period 1
9:41-10:51 Block B 9:17-10:03 Period 2 9:17-10:03 Period 2
10:54-11:40 Period 4 10:05-10:51 Period 3 10:06-10:51 Period 3
11:43-12:13 Lunch 10:54-11:25 Lunch 10:54-11:25 Lunch
12:16-1:02 Period 6 11:28-12:38 Block C 11:28-12:13 Period 5
1:05-1:51 Period 7 12:42-1:51 Block D 12:16-1:27 Block E
1:54- 2:40 Period 8 1:54-2:40 Period 8 1:30-2:40 Block F


Greenway Half Day Bell Schedule

Block A/B Block C/D Block E/F
8:00-8:53 Block A 8:00-8:39 Period 1 8:00-8:39 Period 1
8:56-9:36 Block B 8:42-9:08 Period 2 8:42-9:08 Period 2
9:39-10:05 Period 4 9:11-9:37 Period 3 9:11-9:37 Period 3
10:08-10:33 Lunch 2 9:40-10:05 Lunch 1 9:40-10:05 Lunch 1
10:36-11:02 Period 6 10:08-10:48 Block C 10:08-10:34 Period 5
11:05-11:31 Period 7 10:51-11:31 Block D 10:37-11:17 Block E
11:34- 12:00 Period 8 11:34- 12:00 Period 8 11:20-12:00 Block F

NB: Lunch is served on half days

Absences / Attendance

Each student is expected to be present and punctual for all classes throughout the school year. When a student is absent, parents must call the 24-hour attendance line by 10:00A.M. each day in order for the absence to be excused. If an absence is not excused by 10:00A.M., it becomes a truancy.

For the safety of our students at Greenway Middle School, we will only release students to those persons authorized on the emergency card. Please have your photo I.D. ready to show before you come to the Attendance Office to pick up your child.

Attendance Program (C.U.T.S.)

Greenway uses C.U.T.S. (Court Unified Truancy Suppression Program) through the Maricopa County Juvenile Court Center. Its primary purpose is to improve school attendance.

Arizona State law 15-803 requires that children must attend school between the ages of 6 to 16 years. Parents are required to ensure that their children attend school during school hours. A child who is habitually truant or who has excessive absences may be issued a citation to court for violation of this law. Absences may be considered excessive when the number of absent days exceeds ten percent of the number of required attendance days. Paradise Valley Unified School District requires 180 days of school attendance for the school year. Chronic illness and other documentation from a physician will be accepted as an excused absence and will not be considered an excessive absence or truancy. It is, therefore, important that all documentation for illness or medical appointments be submitted to the nurse and attendance office.