• Open House Together--Why have Open House in one place?  Because parents and community members get more out of their time.  We are starting at 6:00 with some performances that we think will impress, from our Choir to our award winning band to our cheer squad, fresh off their National appearance, we then move our evening to the Multipurpose rooms 28 (the Blue room), 29 (the Gold room) and 30.  We know that putting all of us within fifty feet means that we can be more proficient with our limited time.  Having parents search in the dark for a room number and then to leave seven minutes later to transition is not a very reliable guide to what your child is doing.  While we lose the element of seeing the actual room, teachers are more than happy to take names and numbers or arrange for a better time to do one-on-one conversation.  The ability to meet a teacher and then be walked over to the next teacher, or to meet a whole academy or a whole department will also allow for parents to meet next year's prospective teachers and to see what the future might bring.  We want it to be festive.  During a traditional open house, you may only see your own child's classmates, this way, everyone's together in one (or two or three spaces.  But those spaces are totally close).  We are going to have some breakout sessions, so that means that parents are also not wedded to a bell schedule.  Want to talk with the counselors?  Take a mid-evening break and do so.  Want to meet the contractor of Pinole Valley 2.0?  He'll be here too.  And lastly, if you want to spend less than 90 minutes, you can do that too.  We look forward to seeing you on Open House and as always want to hear what you see so we can help serve you better.

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WCCUSD Highlights

Open House for Pinole Valley Thursday March 30th
Welcome to PVHS--HOME OF THE SPARTANS!
 Inside Pinole Valley-March 27-31

Monday March 27

·         Last Week of Quarter Three

·         Welcome McKenzie from Contra Costa College here today period 5,6 and after school

·         Weekly focus on WCCUSD graduate profile

·         Newsela every day.  Log in and keep up with the news

·         Go to the After school coordinator and sign up for Auto shop or corsage class

·         Sign ups for Spartan clean up with Earth Team, that happens Wednesday

 

Tuesday  March 28

·         Last full day of Quarter Three

·         Tutoring available today after school in the Library and After school office

·         Golf today vs. Albany (they’re 6-0!)

·         Volleyball boys play Salesian

·         Tennis boys against the Pride too

·         Softball travels to Redwood

·         Detention for those in hall sweeps today after school

·         Coffee Break today

·         Select students on the road to Historically Black College Tour through April 8.

 

Wednesday March 29

·         Pinole Creek Cleanup—thanks Earth Team

·         Senior Class Conductor’s Night—playing at DeAnza High School tonight

·         Southeast Asian Student summer opportunities continue

·         Last day left in Quarter three

·         WE Science night

·         Softball vs. Albany

·         Golf vs.St. Patrick’s

·         Baseball home today vs. St. Mary’s

·         Multiple scholarships end at month’s finish—come to building 4 and don’t be left out

·         Meeting today—ASL club, Chess, Earth Team, Home Economics, Poly Club, Celtic Club, Uprise

 

Thursday March 30

·         Open House tonight

·         Tennis boys vs. Richmond

·         Golf vs. El Cerrito

·         .Quarter Three grades locked in today

·         Yoga go go after school today in the Dance room

 

Friday March 31

·         Start of Quarter 4

·         Baseball travels to St. Mary’s

·         Law and Justice goes to the Napa Police Academy

·         Swim  team home today at CCC pool

·         Unigo Superhero Scholarship ends today

·         Meeting today—Anime, Art, Asian Pacific Islander, Junior Statesmen,  Rocket Club

 

Saturday April 1

·         Junior Senior Prom

·         Robotics to Cal

·         Saturday School

 

 

 

 

 

PVHS 2017
 
 
PVHS 2018?

 VISION

 Pinole Valley High School’s vision is to become recognized as a California distinguished school.  We will become a vital part of our community—a school that serves our city by sharing our work and talents while utilizing the city and its resources to best serve our students.

MISSION

Pinole Valley High School will provide for every student an academic challenge to prepare them for college and career and to develop, for students, the confidence to become lifelong learners

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March photos courtesy of Mr. Earl Combs--it's going up!
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