Pleasanton Junior High School

News and Announcements

Morning Math tutorials for 6th graders

Morning Math tutorials for 6th graders will begin November 7. Students may attend voluntarily, or be assigned by the teacher. The topics are listed below & start at 7:30AM in each indicated classroom:
* November 7: Dividing fractions (Room 630)
* November 14: Long Division (Room 620)
* November 21: Rounding Numbers (Room 404)
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Parent Technology Survey

Our school is partnering with BrightBytes, an educational research organization, to learn more about our school’s technology use for student learning. Our goal is to gather metrics on technology access, skills, and on our school’s technology environment, in order to further understand the connection between technology use and student achievement. We would like parents to participate in the survey at the following link: www.BByt.es/6P3EP
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Annual Fall Pumpkin Carving

Junior High is accepting reservations for the Annual Fall Pumpkin Carving. Please sign-up for the October 24th event at http://signup.com/go/KuyruRf. The Bookfair will be open from 4:30-6:00PM that evening, also.
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Closed for the Holidays!

Everyone is invited to come and see the Theatre Dept.’s Presentation of Closed for the Holidays at the Performing Arts Center on Wednesday November 29 and Thursday November 30 at 6:00 pm. The doors open at 5:30 pm and everyone will be met by the joyful voices of our Choir Dept. Come and join us in the celebration of Christmas. Admission is free.
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Fall Individual Pictures

If you missed sending money for your child's Fall individual picture today, you can order online at www.mylifetouch.com using the picture day ID #XY617095Q0, for easy processing.
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Parent-Teacher Conferences

PJHS is dedicated and obligated to conduct parent conferences with 100% of our parents. Teachers will be sending home sign-up information soon, so please be looking for it. We will conduct a majority of our conferences on October 9, when students are not in school. Please help us in accomplishing our goal in this research-based, student-success tool.
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