Kindergarten & Transitional Kindergarten Students "Meet Your Teacher" Event 4-5
First Day of School
Back-to-School Night ~ 6:00-8:00 pm
Labor Day ~ 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.
Pine Hill & South Bay After School EXPLORE EXPANDED
Kindergarten Registration Forms
Directory Release Refusal form
Interdistrict Agreement (for those living outside the South Bay Union School District)
Go to the Registration Page for more information.
Monday, August 31, 2015 – School Begins at 8:20 AM
The school office will open on August 17.
The first day of school for students is Monday, August 31. Classes begin at 8:20 am.
Find out early who your child's teacher will be!
The packets of information for parents to read, fill out, sign, and return that have traditionally been sent home on the first day of school will be available to parents in the school office starting on Friday, August 21.
Step 1: Stop by the school office and complete the packet.
Step 2: Turn in your completed packet to the school office.
Step 3: Learn who your child's teacher is.
It's that simple!
Completing the New School Year Packets early will allow students to utilize our libraries and computer labs much earlier than in years past... and you get to find out which outstanding teacher you will have for your child this year.
Class lists will be posted for public viewing in the office window on Friday, August 28 at 4:00 pm. This will be followed by our annual Kindergarten Meet The Teacher Event from 4-5 pm. During this time kindergarten and transitional kindergarten students can go to their newly assigned rooms and meet their teachers. We have found that this helps to greatly reduce anxiety on the first day of school.
Hello, Pine Hill Families!
It is an honor to begin another school year with you. Teachers are eager to meet their students and begin a year of rich academics and social skill development. Support staff are ready to assist teachers and be at their post to ensure safety and to reinforce appropriate behavior in the lunchroom, playground, and after-school. The maintenance crew worked diligently all summer long painting, cleaning, and rearranging. Administration is prepared to support their staff, students, and families to enable us all to have a memorable, positive year. Welcome back to the Pine Hill Family. We know you’ll like it here!~ Principal Beall
Thank you for considering Pine Hill School . You may visit the school office to pick up a registration packet. In the packet you will find the Pupil Registration, Oral Health Assessment, and Report of Health Examination for School entry and the Directory Release Refusal forms along with resources to help you determine if your child is ready for kindergarten. You may also use the links to the right or visit our registration page to download copies of the necessary forms or visit our registration page.
However you obtain the forms, they need to be returned with a copy of your child(s) birth certificate, copy of shot records and the dental form to the school office before your child can be enrolled.
Feel free to call 707-443-4596 with any questions I can assist you with.
Pine Hill, Secretary
Picture Day is Tuesday, September 1 (2nd Day)
LifeTouch Photography will be at Pine Hill School on Tuesday, September 1, the second day of school to take individual school pictures. Look for an informational flyer to come home with your child on the first day.
You can either go online to mylifetouch.com and complete your order online using the code from the flyer, or you can fill out the order form and return it to school with your child on Tuesday.
Success for All
Our school has adopted a new program called Success for All. This is a reading program for grades 1-3 and a comprehensive program for Kindergarten and TK. We can’t be more EXCITED to be able to offer this program to our students. It is proven to be the best of the best in teaching reading to students. It involves a whole-school reform, and incorporates attendance, behavior, academics, and family support.
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!
Minimum DayEvery 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.