Country Concert benefiting the secondary athletics programs in Woodland
The Woodland Schools Foundation,
Along with local talent (TBA), Country 4 Coaches will feature Steven Lee Olsen and Josh Dorr.
Tickets are $20,
Advanced Math Tutoring
Tuesday and Thursday
3:15pm to 5:15pm in room C503
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:
PHS Around Town
This is an important message from Pioneer High School:
High Tech industry sponsors are offering our students the opportunity to attend a FREE, three day workshop during Spring Break. The program is called “SEMI High Tech U” and it focuses on the skills needed to work in tech related industries. All delivered in a fun, hands –on environment.
On Wednesday, April 8 through Friday, April 10, students are involved in experiential learning at industry sites, KLA-Tencor, Ebara Technologies and UC Davis. Attendance at the program counts toward “Career Ready Certificates.” The program is FREE and snacks, lunches and supplies are provided.
Students will be transported from the District Office each morning to be bussed to the day’s activities.
Enrollment is still open and applications are being accepted to this prestigious program. Apply online at htu.semi.org or download an application at www.semi.org/foundation and fax or scan an email today!
Go to our school website at http://www.phs.wjusd.org or call Lori Williams at the District Office for more information: 530-406-3155.
Upcoming Campus Activities
Community Service Opportunity:
The Woodland Elks Lodge is looking for volunteers to help out at the Easter Egg Hunt at the Fairgrounds on Saturday, April 4th. Students are needed in the face painting booth. If you are interested stop by the Counseling office to sign up.
AP Test Fee Notices / 2015 Testing Schedule / Late Testing
AP Test Fee Notices:
Students received their AP Exam fee notices the week ending 2/20/15. They received a separate notice for every AP class they have along with the cost of that specific exam. Students should visit Vice Principal: Mr. MIlisci if they plan to take the AP exam for the course in which they are enrolled but did not receive a fee notice. Cash and checks are accepted at the ASB office. Please make checks payable to: Pioneer High School. The final day to pay for AP Exams will be: Friday, March 13, 2015.
2015 AP Testing Schedule: Click Here
Late Testing: Late testing is not offered at Pioneer High School. Please see the information below for information on where students may participate in the late testing program..
Parents - you and your student may contact the sites listed below to inquire about scheduling late testing for the AP Exams. Please note that no additional fee is charged when the cause of the late testing is beyond the control of the school or students. An additional fee of $45 is charged for each additional exam that does qualify as “out of the control.”
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 !
Register at least two weeks before the registration deadline !
School Loop Login
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.
College and Career Readiness Scholarship
Class of 2015
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.