• If you are playing for the Spartans this year, you must download and complete a physical form to submit before you begin competing.  The good news is, the form is right here.

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  • Open House--For the last time, our Open House is going to be alfresco.  We welcome our friends, family and potential new Spartans to school on Thursday March 28.  We have a regular day schedue, and then finish with a Minimum Day on the Friday.  We are going to have our band and choir and cheer squad spreading their good cheer starting at 6:00 p.m. at the lunch tables and then folks are free to see our staff and administration in the Blue room and Gold room the rest of the evening.  Our counselors will be here to answer questions and our AP teachers will be doing a presentation around 7:00 for any and all interested in what comes next.  Use this night to connect with your teachers and learn what is ahead for the next ten weeks (if you are enrolled) or for next year (if you intend to enroll).  We are hoping you take a last look around at the campus too.  This will be our last significant school function at the portables, so if you have the opportunity for a victory lap, this might be the night to do it.  Open House--Full Hearts!

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Open House! Join us Thursday March 28 from 6:00-8:00 p.m..

     Inside Pinole Valley-March 23-30

    Saturday March 23

    • Ceramics Guild selling art on the Pinole Farmer's Market
    • Mr. Frattini's AP US History giving test prep
    • Drag Show at DeAnza High 7:00 p.m.
    • Golden Gate Science Fair for round 2
    • EAOP crew at UC Berkeley
    • Track at Laney College
    • Robotics at UC Berkeley
    • MESA Day at Cal State East Bay in competition
    • Ultimate Frisbee in competition
    • School of the Deaf hosts ASL Class
    • Youth Commission hear your voice day

    Monday, March 25

    • Summer School applications available now
    • Last Week of Quarter three
    • Two new job listings in building 1—Pizza Hut and Chipotle
    • Blood Drive sign ups continue today at the Science Wing
    • Baseball at Alhambra, Softball at Kennedy, Tennis at St. Patrick
    • SBAC test will begin on Monday April 15, all week we bring you test tips—today: Dominate your Keyboard

    Tuesday, March 26

    • Senior Conductor Night—band show at DeAnza High tonight
    • Cooking Class for Parents and Students
    • Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors celebrates student Raven Richardson at luncheon
    • Chemistry tutoring now with Ms. Townsend every Tuesday after school room 14.
    • Jerry Deuker awards deadline approaching
    • Last regular length day of the week
    • Golf at Hercules, Softball at Swett, Tennis at Jesse Bethel
    • SBAC test tip for the Day: Be best at Reading Directions—they may ask for something very specific!

     Wednesday, March 27

    • Blood Drive all day
    • Collaboration Wednesday schedule today
    • Sign ups for Alex Forristall Memorial Golf Tournament see Mr. O’Shea
    • Rocket Club resumes join us at Collins School
    • Get your spring sports T-shirt in building 4 today
    • Softball home vs. Acalanes, Tennis home vs. Pittsburg
    • SBAC test tip for the Day: It’s all about Informational Text—try practicing with some more

    Thursday, March 28

    • Minimum Day—Open House
    • AASU goes to the Museum
    • Performances by Cheer, Band, Choir and More
    • Track meet today for all Spartans, golf at Salesian
    • Junior Statesmen now on Thursday at lunch with Mr. Rossi. Car Club also Thursday with Mr. DeVancee.
    • Tutoring today after school in the library for general tutoring, room 83 for Spanish and room 19 for Biology
    • SBAC tip of the day: Maybe it’s all about Close Reading—is three times really too many?

    Friday, March 29

    • Top 10% Junior Meeting today
    • Muslim Student Association Study trip
    • Minimum Day—Report Card marking for Q3
    • Spring Break begins, School resumes on April 8
    • Baseball HOME vs. Salesian
    • SBAC tip of the day: Make Flash Cards of Test Prep.
    • Saturday--Earth Team Day in the community
    • Spring Break--School back on April 8


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     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.


    Pinole Valley High School strives to prepare its graduates to succeed in both the academic and professional worlds.  Our high-quality, challenging academic programs enable students to develop the cognitive, emotional, social, and behavioral skills necessary to become both lifelong learners and engaged, responsible, respectful participants in our diverse local and global communities.

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     Thanks to Earl Combs photographer of Pinole Valley March 2019
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