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Fundraisers

Help our 2015 California FFA Horse Judging State Champions raise money to go to
the National Competition in Kentucky

Nationals and AQHYA World Show Go fund me account

 

Red Cross Fundraiser
for Nepal Earthquake Victims

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Most recent Target donation (Feb 2015): 614.12
Total of all Target donations through February 2015:  4690.52
 PHS REDcard holders  76

 

Add Pioneer High School to your Target Red Card

Contact Us

Front Desk

661-4500

Fax

662-3661

Principal's Sec.

661-4503

Vice Principal's Sec.

661-4518

Attendance Office

661-4507

Counseling Sec.

661-4602

Library

661-4589

Registrar

661-4594

Registrar Fax

 661-4628

Student Store

661-4515

Event Calendar

Today: 8/31/15
6:00 PM ELAC Meeting/Junta de ELAC

Student Services Support

Plan for College
Receive Academic Assistance

Complete your Community Services Requirement

Sign up for the SAT, PSAT, ACT and ASVAB Exams

Renew or obtain a Work Permit for a  Job

Apply for Scholarships

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Help With School?

Come to the Pioneer Learning center

Hours are:
Monday - Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Friday 8:00 a.m. - 3 :00 p.m.



Free Off Campus Tutoring

 Lord's Gym 630 Cottonwood.

Mon-Thur. 5:15 - 6:00 pm

Sign up  at www.lgwoodland.org

The Common Core
 

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PHS Around Town

Word of the Day

Yolo County Fair Results

PHS FFA Landscaping Booth: Through the leadership of Bonny Carr and   Lori Williams PHS brought home 1st place!!!

 Sheep Special Recognition
 Grand Champion Suffolk – Rachel Bentz
Reserved Grand Champion Colored –  Harper Salley-Gray
Sectional/Fair Overall Best Pen of 5 Sheep PHS Sheep received 2nd

Swine Special Recognition:
Advanced Showmanship -    Stewart Andres, 2nd Place
Large Animal Round Robin Master Showmanship Competition
7th Place Advanced Champion – Stewart Andres

Supreme grand champion Market Swine -Stewart Andres

Goat Special Recognition:
Novice ShowmanshipCraig Cheia, 1st Place
Abraham Romero, 2nd Place
Anais Romero, 3rd Place
Ian Ledesma, 4th Place

 Advanced Showmanship -
Arabella Romero, 6th Place
 Cheyenne Whitehead, 9th                                                   

 Large Animal Round Robin Master Showmanship Competition
2nd Place Novice Champion – Abraham Cardona
4th Place Novice Champion – Craig Cheia

Grand Champion Market Meat Goat – Sam Kincaid

Sectional/Fair Overall Best Pen of 3 Market Goats PHS Goats received 1st

1st in Their Weight Classes –
Cheyenne Whitehead
Anais Romero

 Ian Ledesma

2nd in Their Weight Classes –
Todd Cullen

 Poultry Special Recognition:
Novice Turkey Showmanship –
Todd Cullen, 1st Place
Isaac Patino, 2nd Place

 

Advanced Turkey Showmanship –
Conner McFarland, 1st Place
Kaylie Navarette, 2nd Place
                                        

Novice Chicken Showmanship –
Binisha Dahal, 1st Place
 Andrea Murrilo, 2nd Place

Advanced Chicken Showmanship –
Kaylie Navarette, 2nd Place

Reserve Grand Champion Market Chicken –
Andrea Murillo

Small Animal Round Robin Master Showmanship Competition
1st Place Novice Champion – Todd Cullen
3rd Place Advanced Champion – Kaylie Navarette

Rabbit Special Recognition: Advanced Rabbit Showmanship –
Rachel Bentz, 4th  Place

Floral Arrangement Special Recognition: Specialty Arrangements:
“Over the Rainbow” – PHS receives 1st
“Splash of Color” – PHS receives 1st
“Ugly Container” – PHS receives 1st and 2nd

Upcoming Campus Activities

9/1 - Back to School Night 6 pm -8 pm
9/4 CSF Fall Application Deadline
9/7 Labor Day - No Classes

New for 2015-2016
Delivery of Items/Information to Students on Campus

Students are expected to come to school every day with the essential items they need to be successful in their classes. Additionally, parents are expected to communicate necessary information (pick-up schedule, medical appointments, etc.) with students prior to the start of the school day. These expectations ensure that instructional time is maximized for your student and their teachers and that work time is maximized for our office personnel. Please support these efforts by ensuring your student comes to school every day prepared to learn and informed of home-related needs.
 

In the event that items need to be delivered, students will not be released from class, to ensure instructional time is not interrupted.  Students will be expected to pick up delivered items at the end of the school day. Exceptions will be made for emergency situations.
 

Off campus food vendor deliveries to students will be turned away at the main office.  If a parent/caregiver wishes to deliver food to a student, the parent/caregiver must bring the food to the Attendance office, and hand the delivery directly to the student during the lunch hour.  Students will not be allowed to pick up food outside of the main office or the school gates.  Additionally, please refrain from delivering balloons and flowers to students. These items are distracting and will be kept in the main office until the end of the day when students can pick them up. Students who bring these items onto the school campus may be asked to take them to the main office for storage until the end of the day.

Upcoming College Planning Activities

Helpful hint

If you want to be able to take either an ACT or SAT exam when it is held at PHS, you need to register early !
 

Register at least two weeks before the registration deadline !
If you wait, you may be assigned a testing site in Sacramento.  



The Fall ACT and SAT tests are frequently filled up with students from Davis, Esparto and Winters because Pioneer students waited too long!

September 7 - SAT registration deadline for Oct 3 Exam - Class of 2016
September 18 ACT Registration deadline for Oct 24 Exam - Class of 2016
October 1 - California State University (CSU) application window opens
October 9 - SAT registration deadline for Nov 7 Exam - Class of 2016
October 28 - PSAT - Class of 2017 and 2018, sign up in the student store
November 1 - University of California (UC) application window opens
November 5 - SAT registration deadline for Dec 5 Exam - Class of 2016
November 6 - ACT Registration deadline for Dec 12 Exam - Class of 2016
November 30 CSU and UC application window closes

Academic and Service Clubs

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California Scholarship Federation

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Key Club
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National Honor Society
     

Competitive Clubs


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FFA
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SkillsUSA  
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Robotics Club
(@ Robotics World Championship)
   
Other Pioneer Clubs

School Loop Login

School Loop

Students -2015-2016 Student School Loop Login Procedures.

You will learn your Username from your English teacher which will consist of the first initial of your first name/last name followed by a randomly generated 3-digit number i.e. ab942.  Your starting password will be your initials followed by a dash and then your lunch number…i.e.: ab-4356
 

If you forget your password this year, you must reset it in the library, sending a "forgot password" request will not work.

Parents- If your child is new to Pioneer this year, you will need to register for an account. All you need is an email address and your child's student ID number, which is printed on their schedule.  School Loop accounts do not transfer from Douglass Middle School.

Attention Class of 2016:

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Please order your official class ring and all senior announcements
& photo announcements at:
www.highschool.herffjones.com

Questions: kjhanf@herffjones.com

Class Specific Messages

Remind is an on-line site that sends text messages to all who sign up.  It will be used to send information about school events and reminders about important deadlines. 
 

Here are the instructions for signing up for Remind.

Create a new text message to 81010

In the body of the text: 

Seniors write @phs2016
Juniors write @phs2017
Sophomores write @pioneer18
Freshmen write @phs2019

Pioneer's Core Values & Beliefs


Our Mission:

We ensure that all students develop and demonstrate the skills necessary for success during and beyond high school.

 

Our Vision:

In partnership with the community, we build positive relationships, value diversity, maintain high academic and behavior expectations, and provide relevant, engaging learning opportunities in a safe environment.

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