-Walla Walla Public schools -

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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12/20 - 1/4 - Christmas Break - No School
1/5 - School Resumes

School Closures
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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To report an absence, tardiness, or doctor/dental appointments, please email or call Student Services at 527-3053.

School news

MorrisClassroom Close-Up

The Walla Walla School Distict features
Pioneer's Donna Morris in Classroom Close-Up series.

Click the link at the left to read the rest of the story and peruse other Pioneer teachers who have been featured in the past.

Classroom Close-Up is produced by
Mark Higgins.

Sports News

Registrations for winter II sports (girls basketball and wrestling) are now available. Please stop by the main office to pick up your packet today.

NJHS Salvation Army Fundraiser

Salvation Army

Pioneer Middle School National Junior Honor Society members and adviser, Alba Biagi, would like to thank everyone who participated in their Salvation Army fundraiser. NJHS students raised money through concession sales and movie nights. NJHS students and their adviser went shopping on Sunday, December 14th and spent more than $1,000 raised to support the Salvation Army with the purchase of toys, clothing, and shoes for kids in our community.

"Our Salvation Army drive was a success! The Salvation Army Holiday Assistance program was our community service project for the year and our kids worked hard to help other kids in our community have a great Christmas. I'm so proud of them and we had a great time shopping!" said Biagi.



School Resumes Monday, January 5th

A Bad Hair Day or a Lesson in Science?          

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Eighth grade students got a charge out of science,
as they ventured into the world of static electricity!