Welcome To Pine Hill School
Welcome to the 2014-2015 school year! Teachers, staff, and administrators have been busy preparing for an exciting, challenging, enriching year! It is our commitment to give your child the best education possible in a safe, nurturing, and positive environment.
We will continue to implement our Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS). Students showing safe, respectful, and responsible behavior will earn Panda Paws, be awarded with exciting assemblies, and ultimately be proud they exhibit appropriate behavior in and around school, and beyond!
Did You Miss Back-To-School Night?
If you were unable to attend our annual Back-To-School Night on Thursday, August 28 you can view the presentation given by some of the teachers online. We will post links as we receive them from the staff.
You can view the kindergarten presentation with slides you can read at your own pace here.
You can watch the kindergarten presentation as a movie on our YouTube channel here.
Cross Country Schedule
Download the schedule as a pdf here.
Schedule for 2014 Cross Country Season
Divisions: K-2; 3-5; 6-8; Boys and Girls Separated
Race directors may change the division. Boys and girls may be run together, but scored separately.
DATE RACE/LOCATION TIME
Thurs, Sept 18 Rio Dell Run, Rio Dell Elementary, Center Street 4:00 PM
Josh Quintal: 764-5694; firstname.lastname@example.org
Thurs, Sept 25 Arcata Marsh, Jacoby Creek School 4:00 PM
S. I St., West of Klopp Lake, Chris Sundeen
Thurs, Oct 2 Pacific Union Run: 4:00 PM
Molly Wasko: 822-4619; email@example.com
Sat, Oct 4 Clam Beach Run: South entrance to Clam Beach $5.00
9:30-High School; 11:00-K-2nd & 3rd-5th; 11:30 6th/7th/8th per
Jason Lewis: 661-401-0390; firstname.lastname@example.org runner
Tues, Oct 7 Open: 4:30 PM
Sat, Oct 11 CASA Kid Walk-Wharfinger Building 10:00 AM
See the attached flier, http://www.humboldtcasa.org/support/kid-walk.html
Tues, Oct 14 Cutten Run: Winship Middle School 4:00 PM
Rachel Pesch: 834-1004; email@example.com
Thurs, Oct 16 Pumpkin Run: Rohner Park, Fortuna 4:00 PM
Lanore Bergenske: 725-5197; firstname.lastname@example.org
Thurs, Oct 23 Cross Country Championships 4:15 PM
Arcata Community Center
Mike Pigg and the City of Arcata
Panda Press Issue #1
The first Issue of our newsletter Panda Press for the 2014-2015 school year is now available online.
Meet The Principal
MEET THE PRINCIPAL this Thursday prior to Back to School Night between 5:30 – 6:00 in the front foyer near office. Or, stop by the office anytime during school hours.
Principal Beall’s contact information:
Office Phone: 443-4596
Principal Tami Beall is returning to Humboldt County from Mount Shasta. She is excited to help lead a team of amazing teachers and an energetic, professional staff devoted to your child’s education. She has 3 children, 3 dogs, 3 cats, and enjoys running, swimming, and everything to do about education! Ms. Beall is beyond delighted to be at Pine Hill Elementary!
- Be sure to label all jackets and lunch boxes with your child’s name.
- Check our Facebook Page frequently!
- Follow Principal Beall on Twitter @TamiBeall
- Laps at Lunch Club! See box for more info!
Use the school menu page to view menus online or download a pdf to print at home.
Absences and Tardies
Please be sure your child attends school, each and every day. We have 179 days to prepare your child for the next grade. Every day is important. Plan appointments for after school, or at least later in the day, if at all possible. Make every effort to have him/her arrive at school on time. Being here on time sets the tone for the day. Frequently, rich instruction takes place immediately after the bell rings. We don’t want your child to miss out!
Navigating the Site
To find out more about what is going on at Pine Hill School, click here to go to the News page orclick on the NEWS button. To contact the school or personnel at the school click here to go to the Contact page or click on the CONTACT button. Finally we have the Resources page which has listings of documents, menus, schedules, web sites, and other items of interest.
- Prepare today's students to succeed in tomorrow's world by doing the following:
- Provide a safe and nurturing school environment
- Instill the basic skills necessary to prepare students for secondary education
- Instill in students a sense of global awareness and civic responsibility
- Instill in students problem solving skill in a technological world and a desire to become lifelong learners.