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Check out the April/May Early College Magnet Program newsletter.
Piner students, Wendy Tran, Lindsey Snetsinger and Joussie Camacho, with a view of Toledo, Spain behind them.
Some of our wonderful volunteers for the recent campus cleanup and a before/after of the area behind the Senior Wall.
Read about Piner's 2017 Inquiry Fair. Over 60 students showed off their
projects at the 2017 Inquiry Fair, Friday March 10th in the Piner High Library. Projects ranged from exploring how microwaves work to creating the best
protocol for creating geodes and crystals. Students are encouraged to use the Inquiry fair as their start to hone their research skills in preparation for
our STEM certificate capstone Level 3 projects- and this year there were many projects that have this potential.
Piner High School and the friends of former PHS English Teacher Dick Latimer are delighted to invite current and former students,
administrators, colleagues, friends of Dick Latimer, and the public to the dedication of the Piner High School Library in his honor on Wed. April 19th at 4PM.
Dick Latimer, who died in 2014, was a cherished teacher, mentor, colleague and friend throughout his many years at Piner High School. He moved to Piner
when it opened to serve as its first English Department Chairman, hiring and mentoring many of Piner's early teaching staff. His teaching mastery, wit,
calm demeanor, and mentorship continue to be deeply valued and admired by Piner students and colleagues. Please join the entire Piner Family in honoring
Dick Latimer on April 19 at 4PM at the Piner High School Library and to remember and celebrate one of Piner's Greatest Prospectors!
Please join us Tuesday March 14th. After a brief PTSA meeting, we will be having a speaker from Sonoma County Department of Health Services. See the attached flyer (Espanol) for details.
Read about Piner High School's recent visit to SSU's School of Science and Technology.
Interested in Girls Tennis in the Fall, Wrestling in the winter, or Badminton in the Spring? Call for athletes.
Congratulations to Alysa Gallegos for receiving the Rotary Club of Santa Rosa
Leadership and Achievement Award for Piner High School. Alysa was nominated by Tim Zalunardo, Piner High School Principal.
Piner's Lauren Martinez is the Physical Education Student of the Month for February.
Day One of the 28th year of the Elementary Spanish Program.
In that awful rainstorm, 38 Advanced Spanish students went off to teach at Schaefer and Olivet Elementary Schools.
Left: Paul Nikol, former Olivet teacher and Piner Soccer & Golf coach, holds the umbrella for Brenda Reyes and Shania Hamid.
Middle: Sophia Flores and Kristin Hoang returned completely soaked after their umbrella broke.
Right: Dressed all in Piner wear to promote our school, (from left to right) Brian Duong, Ben Somma, Huy Ly, and Ernesto Carrera all taught Kindergarteners.
Piner NorCal Honor Choir Members. Front Row: Devin Smithers, Quinn Mervin, Kevin Ruiz, Shayna Reed. Back Row: Kristina Allen, Lily Thrailkill, Meilina Maulupe, Jimaima Veresabaga.
Congratulations to Shea Dorrell, Maritza Camacho, Addison Gaspar, and Aryanna Rodriquez: this year's winners in the Poetry Out Loud contest last week. Special thanks to all who read some terrific poems and to those who helped make it all a great success!
The Piner High School Hall of Fame, Boosters Club, and Foundation would like to thank everyone who donated to the January 21, 2017 Crab Feed. We appreciate their generosity!
Piner Freshman, Brian Elias, at the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Speech Contest. He won second place in his division and did Piner very proud!
Piner's Teydid Rojas is the Physical Education Student of the Month for January. Teydid is a leader and great encourager.
She supports all students as well as she actively participates in the freshmen curriculum and activities. Teydid is certainly an example of what a student
of the month represents as seen in her amazing character qualities and her willingness to actively engage with her best effort in 9th grade P.E. It is a
great privilege to have Teydid as a student.
Piner Alumni Class of 2016, Christian Banard, was lead trumpet at Wreaths Across America honoring those laid at Arlington cemetery.
Piner's Kate Tena Lozada is the Physical Education Student of the Month for December. "It is my pleasure to inform the
students & staff members of Piner High School that Kate Tena Lozada has been selected PE student of the month for December. Kate has commited herself
the entire semester to maintaining a consistent effort & dedication to the course. In addition, Kate brings with her a wonderfully positive attitude
each and every day. Congratulations, from Mr. Aubin & the entire PE Department."
Piner Soccer 2016-2017. Last Saturday 12/17 our soccer teams did great! Our JV soccer team tied with Ukiah 1-1 and our Varsity team won 4-0.
Congratulations to the following Girls Soccer players. First Team All League: Yesenia Aguilar and Lindsey Snetsinger.
Second Team All League: Jackie Reyes and Hannah Tavares. Honorable Mention: Leslie Garnica.
In 2016 Piner Boosters raised and donated $15,000 to Piner High School Athletics. Thank you to all of the families for their support!
Piner Spirit Wear Order Form
Free tutoring at PHS - extra support in all subjects. Where: Library. When = Monday through Thursday from 3-4 PM. Monday = Mr. Papaik,
Tuesday = Ms. Langhals, Wednesday = Ms. Graves (she is bilingual; no tutoring the 2nd Wednesday of each month due to a staff meeting), and Thursday = Mr. Boulais
2016-2017 STEM Cafe Schedule
...more Piner Highlights and Student Testimonials