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:
Help With School?
PHS Learning center Lunch and after school until 5, Friday closes at 3 pm.
Mon-Thur. 5:15 - 6:00 pm Lord's Gym 630 Cottonwood.
Woodland Summer Reading Program
The Woodland Public Library has provided us with a link to their website with information and schedule of their Summer Reading Program.
The program kicks off on June 14th and runs through August 2nd and is for all ages.
With a Woodland Public Library Card, people can get into several museums in surrounding areas for free!
Free SAT Prep Course
Interested in preparing for the SAT college entrance exam but don’t want to spend tons of money?
La Semilla - The Center For Families is offering a FREE prep course from the makers of the exam. This is an online course and you will receive detailed lessons, take quizzes to see where your progress is, and have the chance to take practice tests as well!
Classes are Monday-Wednesday 2-5PM @ Pioneer High School
PHS Summer Programs
PHS Around Town
Upcoming Campus Activities
Summer 2014 Campus Events
8/11-8/13 Schedule Distribution- All 2013-2014 textbooks must have been turned in in order to receive schedules for 2014-2015
Upcoming College Planning Activities
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 !
8/8 - ACT registration deadline for September 13 exam - Class of 2015
School Loop Login
Students - Your password was reset on June 16. To use your school loop account, you will need to reset your password upon return to school. Summer school students will reset their passwords when they start school, others will reset in August.
Pioneer's Core Values & Beliefs
We ensure that all students develop and demonstrate the skills necessary for success during and beyond high school.
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.
Peer Mediators for the 2014-2015 school year
If you are interested in being trained to resolve conflicts between students, and receive community service hours.