IMPORTANT NEW CHANGES AT PINE HILL SCHOOL

New Drop Off System

New parking lot system going in to effect.

1. The far right lane is for drop-off only, and you must pull all the way forward to drop off your child.

2. The first gate near the cafeteria will be closed.

Thank you for helping to keep our children safe.

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Pine Hill Elementary School’s Penny Drive for Weed Elementary raised $1,303.61. WOW! In addition, many donations were brought in that filled up a UHaul truck! Thank you to our students who emptied their piggy banks, the parents who supported them and brought in donations, the teachers and staff at PH for donating supplies, gift cards, and money, retired teacher Linda Burghart for sewing 30 hats and donating a TON of household items, and Daman and Kim Mullins from American Auto Detail for donating $200. The staff at Pine Hill would like to thank everyone who participated. It warms our heart to know we have such caring people in our community. Weed Elementary will be very surprised and touched when we present them with our generous donations!

October is Bullying Prevention Month. 

To raise awareness and prevention of bullying, we are having an assembly this Thursday at 1:00.  “Quack and Wabbit” is a theatre performance aimed at providing students with strategies to encourage empathy and tolerance, improve communication skills, and learn about conflict management. The show is musical, humorous, and tender-hearted.

Panda Press Issue #5

The fifth Issue of our newsletter Panda Press for the 2014-2015 school year is now available online.

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Cross Country Information

2014 Pacific Union
Dune Challenge!
When: Thursday, oct. 2rd
where: mad river beach
who: all k-8 humboldt country runners tough enough to take on the dunes!
Prizes: 1st 200 runners receive a dune challenge band(bracelet)
Contacts:molly wasko or mark huchle at Pacific Union school (707)822-4619.
 On race day molly @ 707-498-9708. email: mwasko@humboldt.k12.ca.us or moedoca@yahoo.com

Coaches: Please keep your runners away from the water and make sure all wear their shoes the whole time!

directions: Exit west onto the Giuntoli Lane interchange off Hwy 101 north of Arcata proper, then turn north onto Heindon Road. At 0.4 miles on Heindon, turn left (west) onto Miller Road. At 0.8 mile on Miller Road, turn right (north) on Mad River Road. At 2.7 miles turn right into a large parking lot (with boat ramp and Mad River access), or continue straight ahead till you reach the beach parking area.

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Positive Behavior Interventions & Support

haase

Great Job Mr. Haase's class for being safe, respectful and responsible on the school playground.

Important Announcements

  • We are closing the gate closest to the cafeteria.  Families will need to drive all the way forward and drop their child off so they enter at the main gate.  We hope this eases congestion, thus allowing for a safer parking lot. 

Upcoming Events

Weds: Early Release 1:30
Thurs.: Quack and Wabbit Assembly
Thurs:  Cross Country at Pacific Union School, 3:30
Saturday: Cross Country at Clam Beach, 10:30

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School Menus

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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! 

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Mission Statement

  • 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.