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Pioneer middle school | 450 bridge st. Walla Walla, WA 99362  |  509-527-3050   |  fax: 509-522-4484  |  Nurse Fax: 509-529-5842 |


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4/20, 21, 22 - 6th Grade AVID Parent Nights
4/28 - Pioneer Parent Night Canceled
4/29 - WEB Meeting
4/29 - WWPS Orchestra Festival; 7 pm - Wa-Hi

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If school is delayed or closed due to poor weather, announcements are made on local radio and TV stations beginning at 6:00 a.m. If no announcement is made by 6:30 a.m., you should assume schools are running on time. School closure notices will be posted on the school district website by 6:30 a.m. and will be updated throughout the day as needed.
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groupPioneer Store?

Want to help out manage the school store? Sign-ups are available on Mr. Fortney's door.

This is the last chance to sign up for the rest of the school year!

BalancePioneer's SBAC and MSP schedule coming in May can be found here:

 

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New Vaccine Requirement

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The new vaccine requirement will start in fall 2015 for students in 7th and 8th grades.

They will need two doses of the vaccine.

Additional information found here.

Flyer(pdf)

Visit the Department of Health at:
www.doh.wa.gov/Vaccine



Senator Maria Cantwell visits Walla Walla
to participate in STEM activity

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Senator Maria Cantwell visited Pioneer Middle School Thursday afternoon to meet with students in the 21st Century Community Learning Centers After-School Program. An all-girls group of middle and high school students conducted a science experiment using balloons. They completed hands-on demonstrations on the properties of air. They filled the balloons with helium and launched the balloon clusters in front of school. This activity was a planning step in the process of launching a real weather balloon later this year. Cantwell said she was impressed with the students and program.

Story and photos by Mark Higgins