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Ash Fork Joint Unified School District #31 consists of 3 schools and serves both Coconino and Yavapai Counties. The Elementary School, which is Kindergarten through 5th grade, has an enrollment of approximately 130 students. The Middle School serves 6th, 7th, and 8th grades with an enrollment of about 70 students. Our High School has an average enrollment of 80-95 students.

Ash Fork transit sign

STATISTICS

Superintendent: Seth Staples

Grade Levels: K-12

Total Teachers: 11

Elementary-5
Middle School- 4
High School- 4

Note: Two of our high school teachers are also teach in the middle school.

HOURS OF OPERATION

Days: Monday-Thursday
Office Hours: 7:15 AM - 4:30 PM

School Hours

Elementary: 7:50 AM—2:45 PM
Middle School: 7:50 AM—4:00 PM
High School: 7:50 AM—2:45 PM

Dining Hours

Breakfast K-12: 7:15 AM—7:45 AM

Lunch

Kindergarten—2nd: 10:30 AM—11:00 AM
3rd—5th: 10:40 AM—11:10 AM
Middle School: 11: 30 AM—12:00 PM
High School: 12:02 PM—12:40 PM

TECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM

K - 1st: One to one Chrome OS Tablets

2nd - 12th: One to one Chromebooks

Interactive Smart Boards in every classroom

Document cameras

Middle School computer lab

High School computer lab

Mobile virtual reality system

WHAT'S COOL ABOUT US

HIGH SCHOOL

Dual enrollment with Yavapai College

Associate Degree Program

After school study hall is offered to all student athletes

Friday school

JTED

Pre-engineering

Culinary 

Automotive Repair

Diesel Mechanic

Autobody

Electrical Lineman

CNA

Sports Medcine

Welding

MIDDLE SCHOOL

3 day character building canoe trip (8th grade only)

Before school study hall

Friday school

Student leadership class

STEM Robotics

Intervention during breaks

ELEMENTARY

Friday school

After school intervention

Intervention during breaks