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Go Lady Eagles!

We would like to share that our PHS Lady Eagles volleyball team are undefeated in our section and sitting at #12 in the state for Division IV schools. Our last home game is on Tuesday, October 28 against Ganado Lady Hornets, who are also undefeated in the our section. Read more >>>


 
PES Fall 2014 Book Fair

Please come and support the PES Fall 2014 Book Fair! The book fair runs from Monday, October 27 through Monday, November 3, 2014, at the PES library. The book fair is open daily 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Read more >>>


 
Navajo Teachings and Navajo Culture Night

Every Thursday night, beginning Thursday, November 6, 2014, and running each Thursday (except holiday weeks) until February 5, 2015, the JOM Indian education committee is hosting a Navajo Teachings and Navajo Culture Night.

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NAIC Cross Country

Last night at NAIC Natasha Begay placed 7th, Daydrion Yazzie placed 22nd, and Jessica Klah placed 44th out of 77 runners. Read more >>>


 
Results From Rattler Cross Country Meet

Pinon High School runners recently participated in the Rattler cross country meet. Read more >>>


 
Pinon High School Cross Country Results

Pinon High School attended the Many Farms Cross Country Invite last weekend with the following outcomes.

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2nd Cup of Coffee

Please join us for 2nd Cup of Coffee for October 2014. Read more >>>


 
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Welcome to Pinon USD

Yá’át’ééh! We are Piñon Unified School District. We are Diné, a proud Navajo tribal community located in the Navajo Nation of northeastern Arizona. Deeply rooted in the traditions and beliefs of our ancestors, we are an educational community committed to raising our children in the ways of our elders while embracing modern life.

We serve students in preschool through 12th grade in Piñon and the surrounding communities of Hard Rock, Forest Lake, Whippoorwill, Blue Gap, Cottonwood, Low Mountain, and Black Mesa.


A Message

Dear Piñon Families and Educators,

I am thrilled to begin working as superintendent of Piñon USD #4. On behalf of our instructional and support staff, we look forward to welcoming our community’s most precious assets, your children, into the safe harbor of our campus. We are grateful for the opportunity to partner with talented, committed educators in the instruction of our students.

We recognize how important parental and family involvement is in the success of our students. In fact, we need you! We value your example, your guidance, your experience, and your wisdom. We encourage all members of our community to join hands with us as we guide our young learners down the path of education.

Working together, we will give flight to these young eagles!


Doug Vaughan
Superintendent