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Piner High School's 14th Annual Crab Feed Jan. 26, 2019.


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The Piner High School PE student of the month for December is Christopher Lopez. Christopher currently has 117% as his grade for this semester. He has exceptional attendance, a quiet yet respectful demeanor and he gives his full effort in class every single day. Christopher is the perfect PE student and his presence in class makes all of his classmates enjoy a better experience. Christopher sets the bar high for himself and provides all of our PE students with an example that they should all strive to replicate. Congratulations from Mr. Aubin and the entire PE Department.


January 15, 2018 PTSA meeting - Due to the cancellation of November 13, 2018 meeting, the Eco2 presentation did not go forward and has been rescheduled to January 15, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. This is an important presentation that all parents should attend and/or provide feedback.


Eco2 presentation: The High School Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Program at Piner High School will be convening a community meeting during the January 15th PTSA meeting (see above). To be successful, we need input from various stakeholders in the community. This means you! In leading up to this Community Meeting, the project team has gathered background and existing conditions information on walking and biking to/from campus. In addition, a walking audit was held in Spring 2018 with School officials, students and community members around the access points to the school grounds to identify critical pedestrian and bike safety issues. Based on that research, the following was completed in draft form:
o Suggested Routes to School maps (both walking and biking)
o List of critical walking and biking safety issues which need to be addressed
o List of associated recommendations for improvements to address these crucial issues
These three elements will be reviewed at the meeting. We are looking for input from the public to see if there are any comments or to tell us if we have missed anything. Your input will help to finalize the map and plans for future improvements in your community. For further information, contact ECO2school Coordinator: Amanda Begley Amanda@climateprotection.org


--new dateSenior's formal pictures for the yearbook are rescheduled to Tuesday Dec. 4th. The list of time slots is in the Office and Library.


Piner Boosters, in conjunction with the Piner Hall of Fame and Piner Foundation, will be hosting their 14th Annual Crab Feed Dinner on Saturday, January 26, 2019 at Friedman Event Center, 4676 Mayette Avenue, Santa Rosa (see attached flyer). Please show your support to Piner High School and our student athletes!


Got some time? Our Boosters organization could use some help working the fall/winter snack bar. Sign up here. Boosters supports all athletes and sports at Piner High School.


Go to the Santa Rosa City Schools website for information regarding new air quality guidelines.


Yearbook information is available on the Yearbook web page


Twin Day from the recent spirit week.


Director Ron Kristof presented a Santa Rosa City School Student of the Month Award to Kristina Allen from Piner High. Congratulations!


Director Ron Kristof presented Certificated and Classified Employee of the Month Awards to Susan Cleek, English Teacher, Dept Chair and TOSA - Hilliard Comstock Middle; Megan Langhals, Science Teacher - Piner High; Antonio Chavez, Head Custodian - Piner High; Leah Hernandez, Student Engagement Facilitator - Helen Lehman Elementary; Mary Fierro, Reading Teacher - Helen Lehman Elementary; and Renee Clay, Administrative Assistant - Hilliard Comstock Middle. Thank you all! Congratulations!


Mr. Vences’ Spanish class showing school spirit for Homecoming week-Pink Out!


Mrs. Pepper and the P.E. department would like to congratulate Mason Siemsen as the P.E. Student of the Month for OCTOBER. Mason has gone through the entire first quarter with perfect attendance, no suit cuts, a positive attitude, and gives 100% effort in all aspects of class! Mason is a great role model for his classmates. Wish we had more like you Mason!
 


Piner Culinary students in our SRCS Food Truck! They make bomb sliders!


Piner Band and Choir


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Piner's Garden at sunset


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The Sept/Oct ECMP Newsletter is available


Christian Hernandez Reyes is the Piner High School PE student of the month for September. In my 6th period weight lifting class, Christian is the best small group leader that I have ever had. Christian leads the students he has by getting them to accomplish more than they would be able to do on their own. He encourages and helps fellow classmates to reach beyond their potential. In my 30 years of teaching, Christian stands out as one of the finest students I have ever had. Because of his hard work, his leadership skills, and his willingness to push students to do their best, Christian is the Piner PE student of the month. Congratulations, from Mr Jackson.


Piner's first game under the lights. Read the Press Democrat article


Boosters Live Stream: Piner High School Athletic Boosters Club is proud to announce live visual streaming of every home sports event that is in the gymnasium or on the stadium field. In addition, there will be limited coverage of baseball, softball and some away games. Refer to the flyer for full information including subscription pricing. This is a student run program. A portion of your subscription fee will directly go to Boosters to support ALL PHS sports.


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  • Clearing Absences: To clear an absence, call the School Office at (707) 528-5349. You can leave a message.
  • Common Core Standards for High School: The Common Core State Standards Initiative is a state-led effort to establish a single set of clear educational standards for English-language arts and mathematics that states can share and voluntarily adopt. Parent Guide - English Language Arts and Parent Guide - Math.
  • Pertussis (Whooping Cough) Immuninization Required. All students entering into grades 9, 10, 11, or 12 will need proof of a Tdap shot before starting school. Tdap must be given ON or AFTER the 7th birthday.
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