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Fundraisers

May 7th- PHS Cheer Fundraiser Dinner

May 10- 3rd Annual Black and Gold Golf Tournament
Davis Municipal Golf Course
$60 (includes BBQ lunch)
Benefiting the PHS Golf & Tennis Teams

May 30th- Country for Coaches Concert

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Most recent Target donation (August 2013): 697.56
Total of all Target donations through August 2013: 2854.64
 PHS REDcard holders  64

 

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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: 4/25/14
All Day: Spring Break

Help With School?

PHS Learning center Lunch and after school until 5, Friday closes at 3 pm.

Free Off Campus Tutoring

Mon-Thur. 5:15 - 6:00 pm Lord's Gym 630 Cottonwood.


Sign up  at www.lgwoodland.org

Patriot Intramural Sports
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Wednesdays at Lunch in the Gym
October 2, 2013  - June 4, 2014

Possible Activities :
Indoor Soccer, Badminton,
Basketball, Volleyball,
Kickball, Ultimate Frisbee
and Dodgeball

Expectations/Rules

  • No food or drinks will be allowed in the gym
  • Participants only, no spectators
  • No locker room access will be allowed
  • RESPECT for all participants, facilities and equipment

PHS Summer Programs

2014 Volleyball Camp

AP Exam Equipment

  • Several sharpened No. 2 pencils
  • Pens with black or dark blue ink for completing areas on the exam booklet covers and for the free response questions
  • A watch
  • Calculators for AP Biology, Calculus or Physics
  • A ruler for Physics only

Students cannot have the following materials for AP Exams

  • Any electronic equipment including cell phones, tablets, computers, I-pods, cameras etc. .
  • Unapproved aids- books, highlighters, reference guides, mechanical pencils, dictionaries, compasses and protractors
  • Clothing with subject related information
  • Food or drink including water

Out of Area College Summer Programs

Stanford Summer College

at Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies

Summer College offer Stanford undergraduate level courses for exceptional high school students and include a full array of co-curricular offerings outside the classroom– including exciting student activities, trips, world-renowned speakers, and more– as well as free academic support [advisors and tutors] to help you perform at your best inside the classroom

Eligibility:
Secondary School students [U.S. or international] ages 16-19
Competitive Application Process
Limited financial aid available

Application Deadlines:
April 1st- Session 1
May 7th- Session 2
May 31st- Session 3

The Common Core

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2014 CST Testing Schedule

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Summer School 2014

Students who will be in grades 9-12 may attend Summer School.

Summer School will be held on the Pioneer High Campus from June 23 - July 23, from 8:00am to 1:20pm

Students who received an Incomplete or Failing grade in one or more of the following courses need to sign up for Summer School: English, Math, Science, Social Science, or Health

Registration forms are available in the counseling office. They must be completed and returned to the counseling office by Friday May 2nd

 

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Prizes For 2014 Spring Fling

9th Grade

  • Hand scheduling of classes
  • Patriot Gear
  • Free ASB Sticker

10th Grade

  • Hand scheduling of Classes
  • Patriot Gear
  • Free ASB Sticker

11th Grade

  • Hand Scheduling of Classes
  • Patriot Gear
  • Free ASB Sticker
  • Reserved Parking Spot for 2014 - 2015 School Year (including parking permit)
  • Pass to leave campus early during 2014 - 2015 Fall Semester (If academically qualified)

12th Grade

  • Reserved Parking at Graduation
  • Reserved seating (on the grass) at Graduation

PHS Around Town

Upcoming Campus Activities

4/21-4/25 Spring Break
 

4/29 CST Testing during extended 1st period- 10th grade Life Science and 11th grade Math. All students follow their daily schedule.
4/30 CST Testing during extended 1st period -11th grade ELA. All students report to 1st period and then follow their daily Wednesday schedule. 



5/3 Senior Prom 2013-2014 Dance Contract Must have it signed in order to attend any dance, including Senior Prom

5/5 AP Environmental Science Exam 7:30 AM in Theater    
5/6 AP Spanish Language and Culture Exam 7:30 in Library AP Art History Exam 11:30 AM in C401

5/6 Spring Fling
5/7 Blood Drive

5/7 AP Calculus A/B and B/C Exams 7:30 AM in  Library    
5/8 AP English Composition and Literature Exam 7:30 AM in Theater    
5/9 AP English Language and Composition Exam 7:30 AM in Theater AP Studio Art All Day- Online

5/9 Community Service Paperwork deadline for all Seniors

5/12 AP Biology Exam 7:30 AM in Theater    
5/12 AP Music Theory Exam 7:30 AM in C401 AP Physics B Exam 11:30 AM in C401
5/13 AP US Government and Politics Exam 7:30 AM in Theater    
5/14 AP US History Exam 7:30 AM in Theater AP European History Exam 11::30 AM in Theater
5/16 AP Spanish Literature 7:30 AM in Theater    

5/28 Senior Awards and Scholarship Night

 

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BLOOD DRIVE! ! WEDNESDAY, MAY 7th

Permission slips for the Blood Drive are now available! You must have a signed permission slip turned in to D202 by Monday, May 5 to reserve your spot and be part of this life saving event. Thank you for your support!

  • You must be at least 16 years old, weigh at least 110 pounds and be in generally good health
  • Under 18 – must have a parent or guardian sign a Blood Source Parent Consent Form
  • Bring a picture I.D. (driver’s license or student body card)
  • Eat a good meal and drink plenty of water before and after giving blood

 

Special Circumstances:

Cold/Flu: You must be symptom-free for at least 48 hours. Do not give blood if you have a fever, stomach or body aches, chills, diarrhea or sore throat.

Diabetes: Acceptable if controlled by diet or medication, with no complications and no medication change for two weeks.

Acne Treatment: Acceptable if taking antibiotics for acne, but wait one month after having taken Absorica, Accutaine, Amnesteem, Claravis or Sotret(isotretinoin).

Body Piercing: Piercings are acceptable if performed with single use or disposable equipment. Otherwise, it is a one-year wait from time of procedure.

Tattoos: Wait one year from time of procedure.

You cannot give blood if you are in a high risk group such as HIV/AIDS, Drugs/Alcohol addiction – mainly IV drug users, and during pregnancy or wait six weeks after recent pregnancy.

Upcoming College Planning Activities

5/3 National College Fair- Cow Palace, San Francisco
5/3 SAT Exam - Juniors
5/9 ACT and SAT registration deadline for June exam - Juniors
6/7 - SAT Exam - Juniors
6/14- ACT Exam - Juniors

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School Loop

Students - Your password for School Loop is the same as your password to login on the school computers.

Students must have an Internet Release form on file to have access to both School Loop and the school computers.

Student Services Support

Receive Academic Assistance

Complete your Community Services Requirement

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

Renew or obtain a Work Permit

Apply for Scholarships

Class of 2014 Senior Cap & Gown/Ring Orders

Please go to
www.highschool.herffjones.com
to order senior announcement packages, class rings and cap & gown grad pack
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Class Specific Messages

Remind 101 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 Remind101.

Create a new text message to (424) 273-8484

In the body of the text: 

Seniors write @phs2014
Juniors write @pioneer15
Sophomores write @phs2016
Freshmen write @phs2017

Local College Summer Programs

CSUS Summer Academies for High School Students

Summer Academies provide high school students with the unique opportunity to explore various career paths during one-week, specialized courses while being introduced to the college experience.  Open to high school students who have completed the 8th grade.

Classes are offered on weekdays, Monday through Friday from June 23-27 and July 14-18, 2014.

Choose the academy below to register online.

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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Community Service Opportunity

The Yolo County Family Justice Center is looking for high school age volunteers to be assistant counselors at the FJC's Camp Hope program from June 29 through July 5th.  Camp Hope 2014 is an outdoor adventure camp for abused children where they can experience normal childhood activities without fear.  If you are interested, see Mrs. Ewing for an application