NO SCHOOL in observance of Thanksgiving.
December 2: Parent/Teacher conferences – MINIMUM DAY w/early dismissal
Last Day of Parent/Teacher Conferences
Dec. 21-Jan. 1
Winter Break – NO SCHOOL
Credit Card Payments
At the request of many of our valued parents & guardians, SBUSD is taking a step into the 21st Century and offering on-line and in office credit card payments options.
If you have any questions, please call either of our outstanding front office secretaries.
Below is a button to take you to the Square website where you can pay directly online.
Pine Hill & South Bay After School EXPLORE EXPANDED
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No School Nov. 23-27
Pine HIll Elementary School will be closed November 23 through Nov. 27 in observance of Thanksgiving. School will resume on Monday, November 30.
Pine Hill Test Scores Improve Dramatically
The following article was taken from the Lost Coast Outpost. You can link to the article here.
"Last spring and for the first time, California schools administered the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) test, part of the Common Core initiative, which replaced the Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) system of yesteryear. Students in grades three through eight and high school juniors were given online tests (bye bye, bubbles) divided into English and mathematics sections"
English: 44% of students met or exceeded the state standard; Math: 33% of students met or exceeded the state standard."
The Lost Coast Outpost then ranked schools in Humboldt County. In the Elementary School section Pine Hill School was ranked 12th out of 57 schools. We scored higher than any of the Eureka City Schools, Cutten, and the Eel River valley schools. We are proud of our students and the teachers who worked so dilegently to prepare them for this new style of testing.
Thank You Provident Central Credit Union
Thank you Provident Credit Union and Pine Hill Families for the matching funds fundraiser! Our hearts are full.
Our parking lot can be very busy. We all need to follow the same procedures for it to be safe.
- If you are dropping your child off, please pull as far forward as you can to do so.
- Do not park in loading/unloading zone. If you would like to walk your child in, you will need to find a parking spot.
- Keep in mind the bus needs plenty of room to pull in, and it needs to be able to park promptly. The driver has no time to wait for a car to stay in loading zone.
- Please keep children’s safety in mind at all times.
- Don not let your child walk across the drive way without an adult supervising.
- Do not park in handicapped spot without a placard.
- Keep the left lane open for cars to drive-through.
- Be patient. Allow for plenty of time to get to your next destination.
It’s simple. If your child is not present, learning will not take place. Please make every effort to be sure your child is at school. Make appointments for after school or after lunch, if at all possible. Being on time is equally important. Please help us to ensure your child has a successful year. Get your child to school, on-time!
Every Wednesday, school is released at 1:30. Please have arrangements for your child to either ride the bus, attend the after-school program, or be picked up promptly at 1:30. We are unable to keep students waiting for a ride in the office. Thank you.
Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)
The Parent Teacher Organization is wonderful. They do many things to support our schools. We strongly urge you to join and to participate.