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STEM students taking an astronomical imaging and research class up at the Robert Ferguson Observatory given by SPARQ mentor Steve Smith.
They are getting ready for their STEM Level 3 Research Projects using the SPARQ Observatory and Telescope. They are standing in front of RFO's new imaging telescope
the RC-20. These kids are members of SRG (SPARQ Research Group) in cooperation with the Robert Ferguson Observatory. They will be able to also use the RC-20 for
data collection during 2018-2019.
Congratulations to Piner's Class of 2018! Read the Press Democrat article and check out the photo gallery by Kent Porter, PD Photographer.
Graduation photo gallery by Mindy Breslin
Congratulations to Piner's 2018 Varsity Golf Team on their first winning season in 20 years!
With 7 student athletes on the roster, the Prospectorsí completed a 6-4 season before coming up short in the SCL Championship tournament.
Read the entire YSN365 article.
Piner's Go Green Club celebrated the end of a year of recycling program at Piner with some fun at Scandia.
Patty Michiels retires after 40 years of service! Hear the
wonderful singing from her retirement party with her beloved colleagues and friends singing along, just like being back in her Spanish class. Felicidades Pati!
All students planning on playing football next year for Piner. You must attend a concussion education and screening session on
either Saturday June 2nd here at Piner High School or Sunday June 3rd at Maria Carillo High School. 9th and 10th graders need to arrive by 9am, 11th and
12th graders need to arrive by 2pm. You must have a permission slip (English/Spanish) to attend which can be picked up in the main office, in Mr. Aubin's office or printed out online on our website.
Ms. Spearman's AP Language and Composition class broke records again! This year's class was the largest ever, standing proud at 76 students.
All students signed up and took the test on exam day: 76/76 = 100%! The students wore their matching t-shirts and marched into their testing rooms ready to analyze and
compose rhetoric. It was a glorious day.
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