Portola Jr./Sr. High School

"Home of the Tigers"

Food Club News

  • QUICK! Which way do you scoop soup into your spoon when you’re eating it?!? This group knows. A huge THANK YOU to Cuccia’s for hosting the Portola High School Food Club on Tuesday. They learned about etiquette and dining out. From calling to make reservations to “paying” and calculating a tip/signing a credit card slip at the end (and everything in between), these teens learned the basics of dining WHILE dining so they are ready to meet a potential employer over a meal in a business setting, or enjoy a great evening out with friends or on a date. You won’t catch these kids biting into their bread, scooping soup towards them or having their phones out during dinner! Thank you, Gina Cuccia and staff, for your generosity and opening your restaurant up to us, and thank you to Mrs. Sheridan for your support of our club this year. Until next year, keep your elbows off the table, and happy eating! Club Adviser Klytia Dutton

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Above and Beyond

Above and Beyond Each week, we would like to acknowledge staff members and supporters who go above and beyond their call of duty for PJSHS. Please help us appreciate Chef Robin Adrian Murray and her Culinary classes for preparing the great food for the Assist-A-Grad Interview nights!

Jr. High Dance Garden Tonight!

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8th Grade Testing

8th Grade testing begins next week. Students should be getting plenty of rest and eating regular nutritious meals to obtain their highest performance levels. Thank you, parents/guardians, for reminding the students to do their very best on the tests, as the results reflect the funding and needs for our school!

P.U.S.D Dress Code

Dress Code Reminder

PLUMAS UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT UNIFORM DISCIPLINE POLICY

Please see the district website www.pcoe.k12.ca.us for the complete policy.

DRESS CODE

Students who fail to maintain the following standards may be withheld from instruction and shall be required to correct the conditions found to be hazardous to safety or health or disruptive to teaching or learning. Continued violations of the dress code will result in disciplinary action.

· No logos promoting or displaying:

o Derogatory, racial, ethnic phrases or pictures

o Illegal groups or gangs and their insignias

o Illegal substances/items including drugs, alcohol, tobacco, weapons or violence

o Sexual connotations and/or innuendoes

· No cleavage showing

· No buttocks showing

· Pants MUST be attached at the waist/hip (no sagging)

· Shoes must be worn at all times

· No “see-through” or bare midriff clothes, tube tops, halter tops or tops with straps less than 1 ½ inches wide. There must be a strap on each shoulder.

· Shorts and skirts shorter than mid-thigh are prohibited. Clothing accessories (spiked neck or waist bands, pointed rings, large medallions, heavy or long chains or other hazardous objects) that could create a danger are not allowed on campus or at school events.

· Hats and hoods are not to be worn in the building

· Dark glasses, goggles and non-prescription eyewear are not allowed inside buildings.

· Undergarments (underwear, bras) should not be seen.

· No bandanas shall be displayed or worn, regardless of color.

All clothing shall conform to standards of decency and shall be sufficient to conceal undergarments at all times.

Lost and Found Kids Bike Race

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Rotary Seeking Host Families for Youth Exchange Program!

Check out this life-changing opportunity! Looking for families to be part of Rotary's Youth Exchange Program. Families would host exchange students for 2-3 months at a time, August through June. Please contact Rachelle Ramelli at 530-519-5581 or Sam Wilbanks at

530-906--2253

Graeagle Independence Day

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Sports Calendar

Spring Sports

5/10 First Round Baseball playoffs

Softball vs. Quincy 4 PM

5/14 Golf Masters Tournament @ Baily Creek

2nd Round Baseball playoffs

6/22 Lions All-Star Football Game- Chico High School

Congratulations to Owen Bowling

The Golf Team had an impressive that ended them qualifying to play at the NSCIF Sectionals in Redding. Resulting from a 2nd place individual standing by golfer Owen Bowling with a score 92, Owen will now move on to compete at the NSCIF Masters Championship on May 14th at Bailey Creek. Good luck Owen, we're proud of you!

Lions All Star Football Norcal 4-C1 Football Game

Saturday, June 22nd, 4pm

901 Esplanade

Chico, CA

Gates open at 4:00 PM

Kick-off for 8 man game at 5:00 pm

Kick-off for 11 man game at 7:30 PM

Upcoming Events

5/10 Jr. High Garden Dance 7-9 PM

5/14 AP Calculus Test

5/15 AP English Test

5/15-17 8th Grade Outdoor Education Trip

5/30 Senior Projects Presentations

6/7 Tiger Day

6/12 Senior Awards Banquet 6 PM

6/14 Graduation 5 PM

Summer Camp

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Tiger's Lair Cafeteria Menu

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Portola Jr./Sr. High School

Principal * Mrs. Sheridan Ext. 4400

Vice Principal * Mr. Sheridan Ext. 4405

Athletic Director * Mr. Sheridan Ext.4405

Counselor * Lori Marquette Ext.4416

Administrative Assistant * Laury Riggins Ext. 4401

Registrar/ Attendance Secretary * Audra Cormany Ext. 4402

Nurse * Emilee Pruitt Ext 4413

Student Services Coordinator * Shannon Harston Ext.4433