Manuel Peña, Jr. Elementary School
Welcome to Manuel Peña, Jr. Elementary School!
We are a K - 5 School with an A label!
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Manuel Peña Elementary school opened for it's first year of school for the 2003-2004 school year. Our school is named after former state lawmaker and human-rights activist Manuel "Lito" Peña Jr., who spent 30 years in the Arizona Legislature.
We are one of twenty schools in the Cartwright School District and serve approximately 950 students, grades K-5.
Afternoon Dismissal Change!
Due to safety concerns, parents will no longer be allowed to park and pick up their students during afternoon dismissal. Please use the drive thru pick-up lanes only.
Cambios en el tiempo de la salida!
Debido a cuestiones de seguridad, los padres ya no tendran la autorizacion de enstacionarse y recoger a sus hijos durante la salida de clases. Por favor use solo la linea de recoger a los alumonos.
Peña students may wear collared shirts in the following colors:
solid white, hunter green, burgandy, light blue, navy blue, and red. Kindergarten students may only wear collared purple shirts. Undershirts must be the same solid color as the shirt.
Students may wear bottoms in the following colors:
solid navy blue, black, or khaki.
Closed-toed tennis shoes must be worn.
Socks or tights must be solid white or navy blue only.
The Manuel Peña Elementary School Community is committed
to ensure every learner is academically motivated and socially prepared to be a productive, accountable citizen.
Manuel Peña Elementary School Community is committed to academic excellence where everyone learns and is given the opportunity to be a leader in an enviornment of mutual respect,
trust, and high expectations.
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Peña Student Hours
Mrs. Tracy Baker-Weigold,
Mrs. Jaclyn Farrer,