Miner Mondays

Placerita Jr. High School - August 26, 2019

Pride In Excellence

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Welcome to Week Three!

August 26, 2019

Welcome to Week Three!

This week is quieter week; however, there are some things to know about for in the next few days.

Don’t forget that Monday is make-up day for pictures. Remind your students to go to Tanner Hall during brunch if they were in need of a retake.

There is a show choir meeting on Wednesday after school in Tanner Hall for Major Minors. Remind you students if they have an interest. This is a great opportunity to participate and compete at the middle school level. It is also a great preparation for the Show Choir programs at Hart.

Next Monday is Labor Day so there is no school On September 2nd.

We also have our FALL BOOK FAIR beginning on September 3rd. Please encourage your students to participate by purchasing a book.

Our Back-to-School activities will be taking place on September 5th. That’s one week from this Thursday.

Have a great week!

Awesome Picture from Movie Night

Courtesy of Mrs. Clack

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Who is this guy from 1998?

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Click on the link below for a PDF of the calendar above

Important Upcoming Dates at Placerita

    • Make-up picture day at Brunch in Tanner Hall August 26

    • Labor Day - September 2

    • BOOK FAIR Begins - September 3

    • Minimum Day - September 5

    • Back-to-School Night - September 5

    • First Progress Report - September 13

    • Vision Screening (8th Grade) - September 13

    • Field Trip to Museum of Tolerance - September 12 and 27 (7th Grade)

    • Step-it-up Assemblies (School Fundraiser) - September 17

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Placerita Jr. High School

Placerita has been serving Jr. High students in Newhall for almost 60 years. Placerita is just north of Los Angeles in the Santa Clarita Valley.