5/20 All Textbooks & Library are Due
5/23 - 6/1 - Activity Day Sales in Office
5/23 - 5/27 - 8th Grade Promotion Party Sales in front of the office
5/24 Qdoba & Goldenspoon Dine-Out All Day
5/25 Spring Choir Concert @ PJH 7 PM
5/30 NO SCHOOL - Memorial Day
6/1 8th Awards Night (Invite ONLY) @ UHS 6:30 PM
6/3 Field Day
6/3 8th Grade Promotion Party 6 PM - 8 PM
6/6 Yearbook Distribution Day
6/7 Activity Day
6/8 8th Grade Promotion 1 PM @ Bridges Auditorium in Claremont @ 450 N College Way, Claremont
7th Grade Minimum Day-dismissal @11:50 (report to school @7:45 AM
8th Grade Report to School at 11 AM to take bus to Promotion
6/9 Last Day of School - Report cards and Promotion Certificates Recieved
Minimum Day - Dismissal at 11:50 for All Students
There is NO SCHOOL on Monday, May 30th in observation of Memorial Day - Enjoy your 3 day weekend!
All boys interested in playing soccer at Upland High School for the 2016-2017 season must attend the UHS Summer Soccer Camp.
They will meet every Tuesday and Wednesday beginning Tuesday June 28, 2016 through Wednesday July 27, 2016 from 6:30-8:45 am. The camp will be held at the YMCA (1150 E. Foothill Blvd, Upland 91786).
See the attached flier for more information.
All student athletes must have a current sports physical on file with our athletic trainer, Crystal Norman, prior to showing up on June 28th. You can either get a sports physical from your personal doctor or at UHS on Monday, June 6, 2016 (See the attachments for more information). If you are not cleared by Crystal you will not be allowed to participate in summer camp.
If you have any question or concerns please don’t hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
7th & 8th Grade Activity Day is on Tuesday, June 7th.
7th Graders will be going to Ontario Mills for a Movie, Lunch & Game Works. Cost is $30. The price includes the bus, a movie, lunch and a 2-hour unlimited Game Works Card. Students will return to Pioneer at approximately 2 PM.
8th Graders will be going to Knott's Berry Farm. The cost is $37.
Students with a Knott's Berry Farm Pass are $7 (they must show the pass when they purchase their tickets and bring it with them on Activity Day).
Students will return to Pioneer at approximately 7 PM.
The school dress code will be enforced on Activity Day & all school activities!
Tickets will be sold in the office beginning on Monday, May 23rd – Wednesday, June 1st. To purchase tickets students MUST bring in their signed permission slip, clear slip and EXACT change – CASH ONLY to the office BEFORE school, AFTER school or during your lunch.
DO NOT turn in anything to your homeroom teacher.
Remember, you will NOT be able to purchase a ticket if you have ANY holds.
If you owe the cafeteria money DO NOT wait until the last second to pay them – it takes a few days for them to clear your hold. Tickets are CASH ONLY and exact change.
Message from Our Principal
Welcome to Pioneer Jr. High School, home of the 49ers. We are excited about our learning community here on campus!
I look forward to seeing all of our returning students and meeting our new arrivals. I am generally out in front of campus before and after school, so if you see me and have a question, please don’t hesitate to come by.
Our mission statement is “We reach, teach and touch the lives of junior high students, preparing them for tomorrow. We expand their intellectual and physical abilities, develop high levels of proficiency in a diverse curriculum, and address the needs of the whole individual”. Guided by our core values of “integrity”, “respect”, “learning”, “honesty”, and “responsibility”, we take this mission as sacred to our calling as educators charged with meeting the educational needs of all students. We invite the community to help us carry out this mission as we are all play an integral part in shaping the lives of our students.
We have a history of strong parent involvement at Pioneer, and strive to work together to meet the academic and socio-emotional needs of all children. Our staff has been working hard to prepare your children for rich and meaningful learning experiences inside and outside of the classroom walls. In addition to the implementation of Common Core, it is our desire to foster what is best in all of our students to become college and career ready upon graduation from high school.
Please check back often on our website to find out about all the wonderful activities and programs available at Pioneer Jr. High. If you have questions please contact the main office, and we will direct your call to the right person.
Here’s to an excellent 2015-2016 school year!
Pioneer Jr. High School