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April 30 -

5th Annual Black and Gold Golf Tournament

Proceeds to benefit the PHS Golf and Tennis Teams

$60.00 per player (doesn’t include cart)

Tee Times @ 8 A.M.

2016 Pioneer HS Boy's Golf Challenge


Most recent Target donation (Jan 2016): 1413.41
Total of all Target donations through February 2015:  6103.93
 PHS REDcard holders  78

Add Pioneer High School to your Target Red Card

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Event Calendar

Today: 5/3/16
All Day: AP Spanish Language and Culture Exam @ 8:00 am
All Day: Blood Drive

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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

Room D406

Monica Moncada


Olivia Hernandez
Monday - Friday from 9:30am - 6pm.

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

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Upcoming Campus Activities


5/2-5/6 AP Exams
5/3 - Blood Drive - 8:30 - 2 pm
5/4 - Spring Fling  6 pm - 8 pm
5/6 - Star Wars Night - Begins @ 5 pm

5/9-5/13 AP Exams

5/13 - Summer School Priority Registration Deadline. Forms available in the Counseling Office
5/13- Senior Community Service Paperwork deadline
5/14 - Senior Prom


Senior Prom,
Saturday 5/14

at the CA Auto Museum, 7-11 p.m.


Tickets are $35 with ASB,

$40 without ASB,

and $45 at the door.  

When purchasing tickets, students may reserve a spot on the one-way trip on the bus returning from prom. 


Grand March will be at 3 p.m. in the PHS Amphitheater.

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Pioneer Music Department


The Spring Fling BBQ Tri-tip Sandwich Dinner Deal


Dinners will be ready at 6:00 pm near the PHS Cafeteria during the Spring Fling event


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


May 6 - SAT registration deadline for June 6 Exam - Class of 2017
May 6 - ACT Registration deadline for June 11 exam- Class of  2017

Academic and Service Clubs

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California Scholarship Federation
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Key Club

National Honor Society


Competitive Clubs  



Robotics Club
(@ Robotics World Championship)
  Other Pioneer Clubs  

School Loop Login

School Loop

Students -2015-2016 Student School Loop Login Procedures.

Your Username is 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
Once you log in, you must change your password.  It must have at least 8 characters, include 1 number and have no spaces, capitals, or special characters.  Your School Loop Login is the same as your computer network login.  

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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Senior order packets
Please order your official class ring and all senior announcements
& photo announcements at:


College & Career Readiness Scholarship
Funded by
Superintendent Dr. Maria Armstrong
There will be three College & Career Readiness Scholarship awards of $500 each.
One scholarship will be awarded to a senior at each high school: Cache Creek High School, Pioneer High School, and Woodland High School.

The scholarship dollars are to be used by a senior to assist with tuition and/or materials once enrolled in a 2-year community college or vocational school, following graduation from Woodland Joint Unified School District
Scholarship Application


The Common Core



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.