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UPCOMING EVENTS:

 

Wednesday, April 25th - 2nd Grade (Eaton, Sisney & Waechter's classes)

Musical Performance - "Anansi" 8:30 am to 9:15 am (MPR)


Tuesday, May 8th - Spring Band Concert 6:30 pm to 7:00 pm (MPR)

Tuesday, May 15th - 5th Grade Musical: "Of Thee I Sing" 5:30 pm to 6:15 pm (MPR)

Friday, May 18th - Pioneer Day (Brentwood Family Aquatic Complex)

Tuesday, May 22nd - Open House 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm

Thursday, May 24th - 1st Grade Musical "How Does Your Garden Grow" 9:00 am to 10:00 am (MPR)

Monday, May 28th - Memorial Day Holiday - NO SCHOOL


Friday, June 1st - 2nd Grade (France, Horan & McMullen's classes) Musical Performance

"Character Matters" 9:40 am to 9:15 am (MPR)


 


 

Measure B Information

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Please click on the Measure B icon above for more information.

 

 

PAY FIELD TRIP DONATIONS HERE!

You will need your student's ID number


Online Field Trip Donation Instructions

OUR VISION

PIONEER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL: PUTTING STUDENTS FIRST

Our Beliefs:

  • We believe each person deserves to be treated with kindness and respect
  • We believe that staff should follow through on professional commitments and responsibilities
  • We believe our school should have a safe and inviting atmosphere where parents, students, staff and community members feel welcome and included
  • We believe in the partnering of parents and teachers to ensure student success
  • We believe that children can maximize their individual potential when expectations are high and support is provided
  • We believe in supporting the whole child: academic, social, emotional and physical
  • We believe all school members should embrace diversity including differences in skill sets, learning styles, backgrounds and individual contributions

NEWS

end of the school year cafeteria reminders

  • NO CHARGING Policy Starting May 1st thru June 7th
  • Please add money to your child's lunch account or bring money daily to purchase meals in the cafeteria
  • Please clear up any outstanding balances due
     
  • No Charging allowed- Alternative BK  & Lunch Meal will be given: Cheese sandwich, milk and fresh fruit/vegetable at no charge. If needed child can go to the school office to call home to add money
  • Is your student moving to another district and have money left on account??  You can get a refund or transfer it to a sibling still enrolled in a BUSD school. Please Complete a “Refund/Transfer/Donate Request Form” located on our website or pick one up in the cafeteria

Pay by Cash or Check in the cafeteria or by credit/debit card online through Parent Connection.

Did you know Food and Nutrition Services is a special revenue fund that does not receive General Fund Support? As a result, we must balance our budget through meal sales, snack sales and State/Federal Reimbursements. If charges go unpaid, our ability to purchase food, pay employee salaries and other expenses, is reduced. Please assist us in making the meal experience pleasant every day by ensuring your child has adequate funds available.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.

-BUSD Food Services-

 

 

16th Annual Districtwide Student Art Show

  • Artwork that have been selected to be part of the 16th Annual Districtwide Student Art Show will be on display at the Brentwood Community Center, 35 Oak Street from April 9 to May 3, 2018. 
  • Artwork will be displayed in the front salon, side salon and upstairs salon of the community center and can be viewed during business hours of Monday – Friday from 8:30 to 5pm.
  • Student Artist Reception:  April 10 from 5:30 – 7:30pm with awards presented at 6:30 pm.

open enrollment period

OPEN ENROLLMENT PERIOD 2

MARCH 2, 2018 THROUGH MAY 1, 2018

The second open enrollment period allows for Intradistrict Transfer Applications from March 2 through May 1, 2018.  The second period allows consideration of Intradistrict Transfers for families who have had a change in circumstances, or may have forgotten to apply.

Applicants who submit an Intradistrict Transfer request no later than 4:00 p.m., Monday, May 1, 2018 will be notified on June 1, 2018.  Forms are available at all school sites, and at the District Office.  Intradistrict Transfer Forms MUST be returned to any school office, or the District Office, no later than 4:00 p.m., Monday, May 1, 2018 to be considered by the June 1ST notification date.

PLEASE NOTE:

 

 

 

**For 2018-2019, all schools will be open for intradistrict transfer requests.  All requests will be evaluated for approval based on capacity

**In accordance with board policy, intradistrict transfer requests on behalf of students who have been previously displaced from a closed school site    will be considered on a priority basis.

PERIODO 2 DE MATRICULA ABIERTA

2 DE MARZO DEL 2018 AL 1 DE MAYO DEL 2018

El segundo periodo de matrícula abierta permite las Solicitudes para Transferencias Dentro del Distrito, empezando el 2 de Marzo al 1 de Mayo, 2018.  El segundo periodo permite la consideración para Transferencias Dentro del Distrito para familias que han tenido algún cambio en circunstancias, o que hayan olvidado solicitar.

Los solicitantes que sometan un pedido de Transferencia Dentro del Distrito no más tarde de las 4:00 p.m. el 1 de Mayo del 2018, serán notificados el 1 de Junio del 2018.  Las hojas están disponibles en todos los planteles escolares y en la Oficina del Distrito Escolar.  Las Hojas de Solicitud para Transferencias Dentro del Distrito DEBEN ser regresadas a cualquier oficina escolar, o a la Oficina del Distrito Escolar, no más tarde de las 4:00 p.m., el 1 de Mayo del 2018, para ser consideradas para la fecha de notificación, el 1 de Junio.

FAVOR DE NOTAR:

 
   

**Para el año escolar 2018-2019, todas las escuelas estarán abiertas para pedidos de transferencia dentro del distrito.  Todos los pedidos serán      evaluados para aprobación en base a los espacios disponibles.

**De acuerdo aI reglamento de la junta directiva, los pedidos para transferencias dentro del distrito de parte de estudiantes que han sido desplazados anteriormente debido a la falta de cabida en alguna escuela serán considerados con prioridad.

 

CASSPP information

From April 26 to May 18, students in grades 3 - 8 will participate in the CAASPP (California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress).  CASSPP consists of the following:

·         CAST (California Science Tests) which will be given to students in grades 5 & 8 

·         SBAC (Smarter Balanced Assessments) which will be given to students in grades 3 through 8 in English language arts/literacy (ELA) and Mathematics. 

·         Students who have the most significant cognitive disabilities, as designated in their active individualized education program, are eligible to take the California Alternative Assessments (CAAs).

 The State of California requires that 95% or greater of our students participate in the state tests. More information on CAASPP can be found at http://www.smarterbalanced.org/parents/ 

You can look at sample test questions on the practice tests, which can be found on the CAASPP Web Portal at http://www.caaspp.org/practice-and-training/index.html.

smart911

SMART911 is a free service available for all residents and travelers into or through Brentwood and can provide key information to the dispatchers and first responders in case of an emergency. When a 911 call is made, the information provided in the SMART911 profile will be displayed to the dispatcher, allowing them to better inform first responders of services that may be needed. Families are encouraged to create their Safety Profile with SMART911 to have their information available to our 911 dispatchers and to receive emergency notifications.

Smart911 is private and secure, is only used for emergency responses and only made available to the 911 system in the event of an emergency call. To learn more information about SMART911 click on the link below.  To sign up for SMART911, please visit the website at Smart911.com


 

School Traffic Improvement Information

Please click on the following links to learn more about the improvements being made to better facilitate our school traffic in and around Pioneer.

School Traffic Letter.English

School Traffic Letter.Spanish

School Traffic Letter.Chinese

second chance breakfast


 

Safe and Welcoming for all students

The District recently adopted a resolution declaring Brentwood Schools as Safe and Welcoming for All Students. 

Read information here


El Distrito recientemente adoptó una resolución declarando a las Escuelas de Brentwood como Seguras y Acogedoras para Todos los Estudiantes. 

Lea la información aquí.

Substitute Teachers Needed

COME TO WORK IN THE

BRENTWOOD UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS NEEDED

Do you love working with kids?

Do you have a bachelor's degree and passed CBEST?

Apply to be a substitute teacher in our district!

For more information,

ask for the substitute teacher application packet at the

BUSD District Service Center

 255 Guthrie Lane

 or call Jasmin Perales at 513-6313

WHAT'S HAPPENING AT PIONEER...

tk/kindergarten playground makeover

Principal/Vice Principal of the Day!

Read Across America Spirit Week - PJ Day!!

Read Across America Spirit Week - Thing 1 & Thing 2 Day!

Read Across America Spirit Week - Fox in Sox day

Read Across America Spirit Week - Cat in the Hat Day!

pioneer's got talent!!

Gung Hay Fat Choy

This is how Ms France's 2nd Graders celebrated Chinese New Year!!


 

history repeats itself

Mrs. Cauley's 5th Grade class recently came "up close and personal" with History when they reenacted the American Revolution.


 

2nd Grade Holiday Musical


 

spirit week - twin day!

Pioneer Students Learn About Compassion

Under the guidance of Pioneer's Counselor, Ezra Smith, a group of 5th graders did a phenomenal job with their Compassion skit. Mr. Smith wrote the script, choreographed the moves/steps, and action sequences. The end result was relevant, powerful, and completely engaging!  To view the full skit, please click on the compassion icon below.



 

friday pioneer pride games

Kinders' Musical performance

Moms, Dads, Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles, Friends were all on hand to watch Pioneer's Kindergarteners perform "No Turkey For Perky."  The students did a great job, and the audience loved it!  What a great way to kick off the Holiday Season!


 

In Honor of Veteran's Day...


 

Spelling Bee Winners!!

Congratulations to the winners of Pioneer's 2017 Spelling Bee!

5th Grade Winners

1st Place - Tristan Salvo (Mrs. Tonkel's class)

2nd Place - Jaden Lugue (Ms. Cauley's class)

4th Grade Winners

1st Place - Travis Simpson (Ms. Rothrauff's class)

2nd Place - Andrew Strong (Mr. Destro's class)

3rd Grade Winners

1st Place - Devon Osotio (Mrs. Mulholland's class)

2nd Place - Ishita Khanna (Mrs. Musumeci's class)


 

Halloween--pioneer style!

Abilities Awareness Week

California Proud!!

Barnes & Noble Book Fair

Pioneer's very own Clyde the Colt with Dr. Eaton at the Barnes & Noble Book Fair!


 

Check Out Pioneer's Newly Designed Library!!

Welcome to Pioneer

Attendance:

Please remember to call the Attendance Line (925.513.6411) each and every time your student is absent.  Be sure to include your student's first and last name; teacher's name, date and reason for the absence.

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