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  • Thanks and Giving--Leadeship class leads in many ways.  If you imagine that all they do is lead rallies and put up posters, you'd only be partway right.  The class has been especially busy this Fall, supporting efforts to help those impacted by hurricanes and other natural disasters.  They are going from room to room this week collecting canned foods and non-perishable items for Thanksgiving.  Sounds like it could be kind of a downer, but Ms. Marroquin and her team manage to find the fun in fundraising.  We have students who have crafted a giant cardboard turkey where they have affixed feathers to indicate things they are thankful for.  Our giant bird is on display throughout the holiday season to call attention to those people and things that make them grateful.  We see everything from, "my sixthy period teacher" to "fuzzy socks".  And every day, we notice new feathers that we missed before.  Students in leadership are there whenever we need them to be; serving as hosts for visitors, and providing assistance and entree to those who want to know more about the school.  The students host a monthly rep council meeting where they run the multipurpose room with over sixty students, one from each period 6 class, who sit and authorize major decisions.  All this is student run, all this is great practice for future endeavors.  Our Leadership students take part in the Youth Commission, have served as student reps on the School Board and do the non glamorous work of setting up and cleaning up after events.  Leadership lives up to its name, and takes on the burden every morning starting at 7:10 a.m.  For that and so much more--we give thanks.

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Upcoming Events

WCCUSD Highlights

Sonoma State University visit to Pinole Valley Monday November 20.

  • Welcome to PVHS--HOME OF THE SPARTANS!
     Inside Pinole Valley-November 20-25
     

    Monday, November 20

    • Sonoma State University visiting here today
    • Engineering juniors meeting today at lunch with Ms. Johnson in room 34
    • CSU application early application due midnight tonight
    • Food Drive last two days
    • Tutoring after school in the Library and starting today in Spanish at lunch in #83
    • Spartan Ink meeting today at lunch.  Muslim club resumes at lunch in room 5
    • Work Experience for students with 2.0 or better and with a job. See Ms. Desiree
    • Rising Scholars today. Spartan Ink in room 37 at lunch
    • Baseball hosts fund raiser at Yogurt Land after school

    Tuesday, November 21

    • Holiday Card Contest all this week
    • Boys basketball foundation game home tonight vs. Arroyo at Pinole Middle
    • Tutoring after school in the library
    • Tutoring for Biology in Ms. Tabbutt’s room 19
    • KPop with Mr. Flanagan at lunch #64. Fashion Club with Ms. Barzottini in #9
    • Math Club with Mr. Wright after school #50. Mock Trial today after school in #39
    • Culinary Club in the Blue Room after school. Indo Pak after school with Ms. Elliot
    • PLATO today after school—only 9 school days remain for catch up this quarter
    • Girls Basketball foundation game at Moreau Catholic

     Wednesday, November 22

    • Minimum Day Schedule
    • Boys Soccer home today vs. Novato first game!  4:00 JV 6:00 V
    • School dismissed at 1:40 p.m.
    • Canned foods pick up today for the Holiday
    • Native American week continues into next week as well
    • Boys Volleyball informational meeting at lunch in the Gold Room

    Thursday, November 23

    • Give thanks
    • No School through Friday

    Friday, November 24

    • Thanksgiving holiday continues
    • Boys basketball at Mt. Diablo High School 7:00 p.m.

    Saturday , November 25

    • Girls Basketball scrimmage at Monte Vista High School 10:00 a.m.
    • School resumes on Monday November 28

     

     

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     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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