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Campus Behavior Coordinators

Austin                                 Lacie Jones, Principal

Lamar                                 Bethany Davis, Principal

Travis                                  Byron May, Principal

Wilson                                 Lisa Smith, Coordinator

Pampa Junior High             Sachio Petit, Principal

Pampa High School            Clay Jones, Principal

Pampa Learning Center      Carrie Williams, Director

College Credit

College credit can be earned at Pampa High School in two different ways. First, all AP courses offer an AP Exam at the end of the course. Students must make a 3 or above on the exam to gain college credit. One note….not all colleges accept the AP Exam as a credit for the course. Some will accept a 3 while others require at least a 4. Dual credit is done here through Clarendon College. The student receives college credit if they pass the class. Note….this credit will transfer to any college that accepts transfer credits from Clarendon College. College Credit can be earned in one of the above ways in the courses listed below. 

  • English
    • English III AP
    • English III DC (3 hours college credit)
    • English IV AP English IV DC (6 hrs college credit)
  • Mathematics
    • Pre-Calculus DC (6 hrs college credit)
    • Calculus AP
  • Foreign Language
    • Spanish V AP
  • Science
    • Biology AP
    • Chemistry AP
    • Physics 1 AP
    • Anatomy & Physiology of Human Systems DC
  • Social Studies
    • United States History AP
    • U. S. Government DC (3 hrs college credit)
    •  Economics DC (3 hrs college credit)
    • Psychology AP
    • Psychology DC (3 hrs college credit)
    • Human Geography AP

Pampa Academic Virtual Experience Parent Guide


Asynchronous Learning Plan


Synchronous Learning Plan


Please select your region and LEA from the list below.
   ESC Region
      ESC 16 - Amarillo
   LEA Name and Number
      PAMPA ISD, (090904)

Your Information
   Name   Tanya Larkin
   Role   Superintendent
   E-Mail Address

By selecting "Yes," I attest that I have been authorized to submit this survey on behalf of my LEA.

All students, including students with disabilities and English Learners, are able to receive instruction via synchronous methods, and LEAS are able to provide accommodations or resources to support when necessary.

Student IEPs are followed regardless of learning environment such that students with disabilities receive a Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE).

Families and students are provided with clear communications about expectations and support for accessing and participating in synchronous instruction.

Families are aware of options for transferring between instructional settings and the design of the synchronous remote options allows for transitions to occur with minimal disruption to continuity of instruction.

Educators are trained and supported to do synchronous instruction on the LEA chosen platform, including practice with the platform prior to delivery with students.

Educators receive ongoing, job-embedded support to continuously improve their practice in the synchronous remote setting.

LEA IT staff are trained on the platform and can troubleshoot access issues for parents and students when issues arise. A helpdesk or other support line is accessible for parents and students for this purpose.

Consistent, daily platform is identified by the LEA for delivery of instruction to students

Educators have technology equipment that allows them to deliver synchronous remote instruction including proper internet bandwidth and devices with enabled cameras and microphones.

Curriculum is fully aligned to the TEKS and designed to ensure all TEKS are covered by the end of the year.

Instructional schedule meets the minimum number of daily minutes to meet full day funding: 3rd through 5th grade – 180 instructional minutes 6th through 12th grade – 240 instructional minutes PK - 2nd grade are not eligible to earn funding through the synchronous model.

School grading policies for remote student work are consistent with those used before COVID for on campus assignments.

The Superintendent and the Board attest that these commitments are being met as of the date the attestation is submitted.

Please enter LEA Superintendent's email address.

Include the date the Board approved the final attestations or the date the Board authorized the Superintendent to submit the attestations. Note: the date selected should be today's date or earlier.

Title IX


Title IX Coordinator: Dr. Abigayle Barton

Physical Address: 1233 N Hobart, Pampa, TX 79065

Email Address:

Telephone Number:(806)669-4700

Any individual may report sex discrimination, including sexual harassment, at any time, including during non-business hours, by mail, phone, or email.

During district business hours, reports may also be made in person.


To view an electronic copy of the District’s Title IX policies, FFH(LEGAL) and (LOCAL) and DIA(LEGAL) and (LOCAL), please go to:


To obtain a copy of the District’s Title IX policies, including the grievance process that complies with 34 C.F.R. § 106.45(b) of the 2020 Title IX Regulations, please contact : Dr. Abigayle Barton, Title IX Coordinator at 1233 N Hobart, Pampa, TX 79065 or or 806-669-4700.

Upon receiving an allegation of sex-based harassment, the Title IX Coordinator will promptly respond in accordance with board policies FFH and DIA.

Inquiries about the application of Title IX may be referred to the district’s Title IX Coordinator, to the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights of the Department of Education, or both.

Title IX Training Materials

All materials used to train Title IX personnel are available here: and are also available for inspection upon request by contacting Dr. Abigayle Barton, Title IX Coordinator at 1233 N Hobart, Pampa, TX 79065 or or 806-669-4700.

Suspension of Guidelines and Procedures