Upcoming Events

  • Friday, May 29
    • Crazy Hair Day!
    • Donuts with Dad
    • Fun Run & Beach Party
  • Monday, June 1
    • School Board Meeting
    • Taylor Town Estuary Field Trip - 4th Grade

Grades 1-3 Music Program

Pioneer Elementary Music Presents "A Year in Song"

Wednesday, June 3rd
10:00 - 10:30 am
Pioneer Elementary Stage

A concert featuring Pioneer's 1st - 3rd graders, performing favorite songs from music class!  Please mark your calendars and join us for this fun, 30 minute program.

 

Published: 2015-05-27

5th grade visit to WMS - new date

The 5th grade visit to Washington Middle School is rescheduled.  The 5th graders will walk to WMS Wednesday morning at 9:15 a.m. (May 27th).  The students will return to Pioneer by 10:30 a.m.

Published: 2015-05-22

Kindergarten Registration Materials Now Available

School specific registration information and materials for the 2015-16 school year are now available.  Please visit our Kindergarten Registration page for all the specific details you need to prep for the upcoming school year. Registration packets will soon be available at the front office of your home elementary school.

Published: 2015-03-13

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Common Core State Standards and the Smarter Balanced Assessment

Would you like to know more about the Common Core State Standards and the Smarter Balanced Assessment that many of our students will take this spring? Click on the link below for a host of resources, including a link to sample tests you can use to help your student get prepared. 

Published: 2015-03-12

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New Crosswalk Warning Lights at Carlyon and Henderson

What exactly is an RRFB? RRFB stands for Rectangular Rapid Flash Beacons, recently installed at Henderson and Carlyon, where many of our students travel on the way to and from school. These beacons have been successful at slowing and alerting drivers that pedestrians want to cross. Here is how to safely use the new RRFBs and the crosswalk:

  • Push the button to activate the flashing lights. This does not guarantee cars will stop, only that the crosswalk will draw extra attention for drivers. This is only the first step to a safe crossing.
  • Look left, right, and left again before crossing.
  • Make sure drivers see you before crossing in front of them. Make eye contact with the driver.
  • If you are on a bike, dismount and walk your bike across the crosswalk.

Although we have crossing guards to help students cross safely before and after school, it is still important to emphasize these skills repeatedly with students. Thank you for your help ensuring our students have a safe journey to school! 

Published: 2015-05-11

Friday, June 12 Information

Friday, June 12 will now be a full day of school, including kindergarten (full day, plus morning and afternoon half days) at all elementary schools. 

Published: 2015-05-27