* RaeAnn Ramsey - President
* Lori Tierney - Vice President
* Alan Sharman - Treasurer
* Noelle Pillsbury - Secretary
* Nancy Rogers
* Sabrina Lin
* Tina Williams
* Persi Kanga
* Herb Espiritu (PHS Principal)
* Tim Gavello (PHS Assistant Principal)
* Steve Odom
Paper Shredding Event—Saturday April 22nd from 9-1
Paper Shredding Event Flier
E-Waste Drop off: - Feb 4th, and May 6th 2017
EWASTE COLLECTION AT PIONEER HIGH SCHOOL - Feb 4th, 9am - 4pm
-E-Waste pick up drives are held several times during the school year in the back parking lot of the school.
-Money raised will benefit the Pioneer High Education Foundation!
-E-Waste is defined as any consumer electronic equipment that has reached its ‘end-of-life,’ ‘end-of-usage,’ whether in full or non-working condition.
-FREE RECYCLING: Computer Monitors, Televisions/LCD’s, PC’s, Servers, Laptop/Tablets, Cell Phones, PC Boards, Wire
-$5 per ITEM Fee Recycling: Printers, Small Copiers, Scanners, Fax Machines, UPS & PDAs, Main Frame Units, Networking devices, VCR/VCD/DVD Players, Home Entertainment Systems, Landline Phones, Radios, Stereo Equipment, Medical Devices, and small household electronic devices.
-Not accepting: Microwaves, Florescent bulbs, Large Appliances, Batteries, or Fitness Equipment.
ALL ITEMS ARE PROCESSED IN A CERTIFIED CA RECYCLER. NOTHING GOES TO THE LANDFILL.
Winners of the 2016 NHS Scholarship are:
Winners of the 2015 Pioneer Foundation NHS Scholarship:
1. Alicia Kim
2. Danika Lam
3. Roy Blume
4. Melat Birbo
Winners of the 2014 Pioneer Foundation NHS Scholarship:
1. Nicole Sun
2. Jeana Lindsley
3. Carl Canteenwala
Congratulations to Halin Estepanse for receiving the 2014 Turn-Around Scholarship. This award is presented to the Pioneer Student who overcame significant obstacles in the pursuit of achieving academic success.
Winners of the 2013 Pioneer Foundation NHS Scholarship:
1. Shane Kim
2. Peter Lymberopoulos
3. Ryan Macon
4. Lucy Tate
5. Tiffany Trannguyen
Winners of the 2012 Pioneer Foundation NHS Scholarships:
1. Alex Armacost
2. Allison Rogers
3. Austin McGlaggen
Dear Pioneer Families,
The Pioneer High School Education Foundation welcomes you to Pioneer High School, a California Distinguished School and a California Gold Ribbon School with an exceptional record of academics, athletics, and performing arts. In fact, Pioneer is the only school in San Jose Unified School District with the Gold Ribbon award!
The PHSEF is committed to supporting the academic programs and technological improvements at Pioneer. Last year, thanks to your generous support, we were able to support a number of Pioneer’s wonderful programs – including the National Honor Society and Turn-Around Awards. Foundation funds also support Pioneer’s nationally recognized Service Learning Program, subsidize the cost of producing the student run newspaper, Pony Express, and provides student scholarships and senior awards. In addition, several requests for departmental materials and equipment were funded for the Woodshop, Science and Drama departments along with an Art field trip, Journalism national conference and Gym/Quad microphone & speakers.
Thank you for your support!
RaeAnn Ramsey, President
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