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  • We need your help!

    Parents & Guardians,

    Do you currently have a WCCUSD Volunteer Badge? If so, please bring it with you to orientation so that we can have a copy of it on file.

    Would you like to become a volunteer to help out in the future? If so, sign up at www.BeAMentor.org to begin the process.

    As a volunteer, you can help teachers in the classrooms and chaperone on field trips.

    If you have any questions about becoming a volunteer or how you can help, please contact our Bilingual School Community Outreach Worker, Maria Robertson at Maria.Robertson@wccusd.net or Ext 26329.


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  • Website updated for Parents in "A Good Page for Study Help" Found in Teachers Websites

    Just wanted to let parents know that there is a wealth of resources for homework help and tips for parents to help their students succeed in middle school. It was created a few years ago, but I try to add to it as I can. I was just tweeted this article and decided to place it in the homework help page.

    - Ted Dunn PMS Webmaster

    Please Click Here to see it.

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  • Pinole Middle School

    Today is Friday June 7, 2019

    This is the last day of school!


    12:02 PM Dismissal


    Per  Begin       End        Minutes       Notes

    1. 8:30        8:56     (26 Min)     Instruction for all


    1. 9:01        9:27     (26 Min)     Instruction for all


    1. 9:32        9:58     (26 Min)     Instruction for all


    1. 10:03      10:29    (26 Min)     Lunch for 7th graders /Instruction for 8th graders


    1. 10:34      11:00    (26 Min)     Lunch for 8th graders /Instruction for 7th graders


    1. 11:05      11:31    (26 Min)    Instruction for all


    1. 11:36      12:02    (26 Min)    Instruction for all







    August 2019



    • Tuesday, August 6th

    • Registration

      Thursday, August 8th

    •  Registration

         Monday, August 19th

    • First Day of School - noon dismissal


    • none




    Yearbook sales notice.


        Hey Pinole Middle School students!  Yearbooks will be here soon! Don’t miss out on all the yearbook excitement with your friends on the last day of school–place your order today to get in on the fun!


        Yearbooks are now on sale at the price of $55.00 dollars until they run out on delivery day. 



    Thank you and have an awesome Pinole Knight Day!!



    Please Remember to bring your Tablets to school Every day fully charged!

    Important Information on Tablets for parents & students


    Google Site on Tablet usage

    What questoins to ask when your student brings a school issued tablet home.


    open this link to watch a great video on how to take care of your tablet!


     Make sure to bookmark this very important website that can help Parents and students keep good care of the tablets that have been given to every student at Pinole Middle School.



       PowerSchool Login Information

    Thank you to Korematsu Middle School PTSA for a well done introduction to Powerschool resources that you can watch on YouTube


    Powerschool is the District's grade, attendance and assignment management system. Both students and parents will eventually establish Powerschool accounts. Take a moment to familiarize yourself with Powerschool now.

    Two video links are included below.


    POWERSCHOOL OVERVIEW       PowerSchool for Parents 


    WCCUSD Login     Creating Parent PowerSchool Accounts for WCCUSD 

    you will need an Access ID and an Access Passowrd that can be picked up at the school office.


     Please join Remind.com  many of your teachers are using it this Year! sing up and then look up Pinole Middle and your teacher to join.


    Our Mission Statement

    The mission of Pinole Middle School is to provide every student the opportunity to maximize his/her ability to learn. The opportunity will encompass and celebrate the diversity of our community and will guarantee equal access for every student. We recognize that education is fostered through cooperation between the school, home and community.