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Fundraisers

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

Nationals and AQHYA World Show Go fund me account

 

Red Cross Fundraiser
for Nepal Earthquake Victims

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Country 4 Coaches

Country Concert benefiting the secondary athletics programs in Woodland

The Woodland Schools Foundation,
along with 101.9 The Wolf is proud to bring former American Idol runner-up and Country Music Sensation Casey James
to the Yolo County Fairgrounds on Saturday, May 30, 2015.

Along with local talent (TBA), Country 4 Coaches will feature Steven Lee Olsen and Josh Dorr.

Tickets are $20,
or $35 at the gate.
Blankets and chairs are welcome.
No outside food or drinks allowed.

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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

Pioneer Summer Programs

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2015 SUMMER VOLLEYBALL CAMP

Session 1: June 8th-12th from 9am-12noon

Session 2: June 15th-19th from 9am-12noon 

Both sessions will be open to all 7-14 year old girls and boys. 

Volleyball Camp Information Flyer

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WTC Wolves and Patriots

Tennis Camp

All Abilities Welcome:

From Beginners to Advanced Players

Who:     Incoming grades 7-12 (ages 12-17)

When:   June 15 - 19, 8:30 AM – 11:30 AM

Where:  Woodland High School Tennis Courts

 

Summer Tennis Camp

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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: 5/27/15

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 Summer 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

Advanced Math Tutoring

Tuesday and Thursday

3:15pm to 5:15pm in room C503 

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PHS Around Town

Word of the Day

Textbook Collection

All textbooks and library books are due by June 5th (the last day of school).  If you no longer need your textbooks, returns are happily accepted NOW.  The library will be open at 7:30 am for book return. 

Remember, books not returned will delay obtaining your fall class schedule and any athletic clearance.

All Seniors,  your deadline for all books is May 28th.

 

Upcoming Campus Activities

5/26-5/28 Senior Finals
5/28 Senior Check Out Sheet Deadline, Senior Yearbook distribution after school
5/29 Senior Trip

Mini-Day on the Green

Period

Start

End

0

7:00 AM

7:55 AM

Passing

7:55 AM

8:00 AM

1

8:00 AM

8:43 AM

Passing

8:43 AM

8:48 AM

2

8:48 AM

9:31 AM

Passing

9:31 AM

9:36 AM

3

9:36 AM

10:19 AM

Passing

10:19 AM

10:24 AM

4

10:24 AM

11:07 AM

Passing

11:07 AM

11:12 AM

5

11:12 AM

11:55 AM

Lunch

11:55 AM

12:35 PM

Passing

12:35 PM

12:40 PM

6

12:40 PM

1:23 PM

Passing

1:23 PM

1:28 PM

7

1:28 PM

2:11 PM

Rally

2:11 PM

3:07 PM


6/2 - First Period Finals (all other classes shortened schedule) regular release time
6/3 - Second and Third Period Finals/Senior Activities
6/4 - Fourth and Fifth Period Finals/ Senior Activities
6/5 - Sixth and Seventh Period Finals/ Senior Activities
6/5 Graduation and Commencement Ceremony @ 6:00 pm in the PHS Stadium

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Pioneer High School

2014-15 Finals Week Bell Schedule

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Wednesday/ Thursday/ Friday
June 3/June 4/June 5

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7:55 AM

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First Period Final

8:00 AM

10:00 AM

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8:00 AM

10:00 AM

Passing

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Break

10:00 AM

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10:05 AM

10:45 AM

Passing

10:10 AM

10:15 AM

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10:45 AM

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10:15 AM

12:15 AM

3

10:50 AM

11:30 AM

     

Passing

11:30 AM

11:35 AM

     

4

11:35 AM

12:15 PM

     

Lunch

12:15 PM

12:52 PM

     

Passing

12:52 PM

12:57 PM

     

5

12:57 PM

1:37 PM

     

Passing

1:37 PM

1:42 PM

     

6

1:42 PM

2:22 PM

     

Passing

2:22 PM

2:27 PM

     

7

2:27 PM

3:07 PM

     

Junior Parent/Guardian Information Night

WHEN: Tuesday, May 26, 2015

WHERE: PHS Theater

TIME: 6:00 PM

 

AGENDA:

Introduction – Jerald Ferguson

Senior Year Counseling Information – David Scolari

                Community Service

                SAT/ACT

                College Applications

                Scholarships

                Graduation Requirements

                Summer School

Senior Year Activities – Kimberly Banta & Laura Nielsen

                Senior Trip

                Senior Week Activities

Senior Yearbook Pictures

                Life Touch

                Brian Hofland (Yearbook Advisor)

Caps & Gowns, Announcements, Rings, and Other Things

Karl Hanf; Herff Jones Representative

Senior Information – Jerald Ferguson

                Senior Off-Campus (SOC) Passes

                Senior Conduct Policy

Community Summer Programs

WJUSD Summer School

Students who will be in grade 9-12 may attend Summer School held at Pioneer High School

Summer School runs from June 15, 2015 - July 15, 2015
Instruction begins promptly at 8:00 am and ends at 1:20
 

Class Registration
The Summer School pre-registration deadline was May 1st

  • Walk-in registration will be held on the following days & times:
  • Wednesday, June 10, 2015 from 9:00 am to 12:00pm for Seniors
  • Wednesday June 10, 2015 from 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm for Juniors and Seniors
  • Thursday June 11 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm and 1:00 - 4:00 for 9th through 12th graders

 

  • Walk in registration will be in the PHS counseling office in the Student Services building
  • Both the student and at least one parent/guardian must attend the walk in registration session with their completed summer school form signed by their counselor.

Students who register during the Walk-in session may be placed on a waiting list, based on enrollment.

Attendance Policy

Students are only allowed a total of three (3) days absence from Summer school. Students will be dropped on the 4th absence, excused or unexcused.


General School Rules

School rules will be consistently enforced beginning the first day of school, including the WJUSD Dress Code. Please ensure your child is appropriately attired and prepared to begin summer coursework.

Pioneer High School Counseling

Pioneer High School Counselors will NOT be on campus during Summer school for Fall schedule changes. All new enrollments and Fall schedule changes can and will be done in August prior to the start of the Fall semester.

Summer Classes @ WCC
Six Week Courses
June 8 - July 15

Students who have completed the Eighth grade may be admitted on a part-time basis subject to the following requirements.

  • No physical education courses may be taken

  • Students must complete the appropriate College Placement Exam when registering for English, Mathematics or Reading courses

  • Students must have met any course prerequisite requirements

  • Concurrently enrolled students receive the lowest priority registration

Students are subject to all rules, regulations and fees at the college. The enrollment fee will be waived for eligible students, but the Student Services Fee (and Non-Resident Tuition if applicable) will be charged.

Contact your counselor for further information if you wish to enroll in a college course, and complete the High School Permit to Attend


Special warning- If you choose to enroll in a college level class it will appear on both your high school and your future college transcripts. If you decide to withdraw from the class because of a poor grade, you MUST withdraw before the WCC deadline or you will risk receiving a poor grade  your permanent college transcript.

June 8- WCC Classes begin
June 10- Last day to add a class/register without special permission for 6 -week courses
June 15 -Last day to drop class(es) without a “W” grade on permanent record for 6-week courses
June 16 - Refund Deadline for 6- week courses

SAT Prep
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Interested in preparing for the SAT college entrance exam but don’t want to spend tons of money?

La Semilla/POP will be offering a FREE prep course to help prepare YOU for the SAT.  The class is instructor-guided and similar to independent study, but in a classroom setting.  Purchase of a $22 Book is necessary (exceptions will be made for low-income families). There will also be extra college prep during the summer, including help with personal statements and researching colleges.

 Classes will be Mondays-Wednesdays 2-5PM starting June 15 and ending July 29

At 175 Walnut St. on the corner of North St. & Walnut St.

YCFF ASSETs

La Semilla & P.O.P.

(530) 662.4678 ext. 5422 or

(530) 406.7221

Lasemilla.assets@gmail.com

SUMMER COLLEGE PREP!
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Come to our seminars so you can be prepared to submit your applications in the fall!

Join us for a series of FREE workshops to prepare you for college application (app) season! Whether you’re applying to WCC, a CSU, a UC or another college, you want to be ready to go when Fall comes around!

 

All seminars will be held at
The Yolo Center for Families
175 Walnut St. Woodland, CA

 

FRI. 6/19 @ 2-3PM            Breaking Down App Process
FRI. 6/26 @ 2-3PM            Personal Statement Part I
FRI. 7/10 @ 2-3PM            Personal Statement Part II

FRI. 7/17 @ 2-3PM            Researching Colleges
FRI. 7/24 @ 2-3PM            Resume 101
FRI. 7/31 @ 2-3PM            Financial Aid & Fee Waivers

Questions? Call or email the ASSETs program at (530) 406-7221 or lasemilla.assets@gmail.com

2015-2016 Programs

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(POW) Pioneer Orientation Week

Student Activities for Incoming 9th graders (Students attend each day)

When: August  10 & 11 2015
Where: PHS Gym

Time: 9-12

Top 5 Reasons to Attend:

5.Get Your Textbooks, Take Your School Picture & Get Your Class Schedule*

4.Meet Pioneer High School 10th, 11th & 12th Grade Student Mentors

3.Take a Campus Tour & Learn Where Your Classes Are

2.Participate in Team Building Activities

1. Build Relationships with Your 9th Grade Team Teachers

For more POW information

School Loop Login

School Loop

Students - To use your school loop account, you will need to reset your password in the library or in one of the computer labs.  If you forget your password, 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 2015:

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

 

On campus orders: 3rd Wednesday each month!

Questions: kjhanf@herffjones.com

Graduation Gown Announcement

Class of 2015

Grad Night Information

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 (424)-277-2120

In the body of the text: 

Seniors write @pioneer15   
Juniors write @phs2016
Sophomores write @phs2017
Freshmen write @pioneer18

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!

August 7 - ACT registration deadline for September 12 Exam - Class of 2016

Fall 2015 SAT registration deadline dates will be announced in early July, sign up when you can ! 

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.

The Common Core
 

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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
 
Other Pioneer Clubs
Words Within Words