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Great News! 

The Quincy School District will be purchasing school supplies for all Kindergarten through 5th grade students again this year. Students will only need to bring a backpack to school. Thank you QSD! 

 

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Greetings Pioneer Families and Friends,

We are so excited to begin our school year together in person full time on Wednesday, September 1, 2021. Students may arrive starting at 7:45am and class will begin at 8:15am. Mondays will go back to being a late start with school starting at 9:30 AM. Students may arrive on campus Monday at 8:45 AM. Monday through Friday our school day will end at 3:00pm. Students will be returning to a traditional schedule which includes going to music, PE, enrichment, and library. Students will also be eating inside the cafeteria. Breakfast and lunch will be served at school. At this time, both meals are free to all students. Currently, masks are still required. We are continuing to watch closely for updated guidance from the Washington Department of Health and our local Grant County Health District regarding mask requirements. I will let parents know if that requirement changes. Students will still be able to take mask breaks outside during recess and lunch time. More information about our return to school will be sent out to all Pioneer Elementary families through the Remind app and via Facebook & Instagram. If you have Facebook and/or Instagram, please make sure to like the Pioneer Elementary pages to access more information and fun content throughout the school year. Our office staff is now off for a well deserved summer break so the office is closed. Our office will re-open on August 16th, Monday through Friday from 7:30 am-4 pm.  

Our Pioneer Elementary Open House is currently scheduled for Monday, August 30th from 4:00 to 6:00 PM. We look forward to seeing you all in person! We are also planning to walk in the Farmer Consumer Awareness Day parade on Saturday, September 18th. Families are welcome to join in the fun!

We are looking forward to launching a new year of learning and fun!  

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Alesha Porter  

Principal, Pioneer Elementary 

Summer Fun

Summer vacation is an exciting time for many students. The students no longer have to wake up early, no longer have to go to school, no longer have to read.  However, if students stop doing these things all summer it can have a drastic effect on all the information they worked so hard to learn during the year.  The process of students losing information is known as the “summer slide.”  The summer slide is real, in fact research shows that some students can lose as much as two months of reading progress.  That is like missing approximately 40 days of school in one year!

Parents can help students maintain the learning skills they have developed by helping their kids complete academic tasks into their daily routine. These don’t have to be difficult or necessarily follow a “set curriculum.”  The students simply need to continue using their brain, practice basic math skills, and interact with books and reading all summer.  

Your children should also try to do the following every day so their child stays healthy and happy.

  1. Eat vegetables with their meals
  2. Enjoy healthy snacks like fresh fruit
  3. Drink several glasses of water a day
    • The more they sweat they more they need to drink
  4. Play/exercise outside for 60 minutes a day
  5. Challenge their brain in a math activity
  6. Read and discuss a story/book with an adult.
  7. Get at least 10 hours of sleep a night
    • It is important to maintain a routine of going to bed a certain time and waking up at a set time.

Click on the link to gain access to a fun bingo card your children can use to track their healthy habits every day!

Healthy Brain Bingo Game

The Quincy Public Library has a list of great activities to participate in all summer and they are free of charge!

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Here is a link to their web page Quincy Public Library  and down below is a list of activities you can participate in over the summer, 

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Como Ayudarle a su Niño Durante El Verano!

Verano 2019

Vacaciones de Verano es un tiempo de emociones para muchos estudiantes. Los estudiantes no se tienen que despertar temprano, no más de venir a la escuela, y nos de leer.  Aunque, si los estudiantes paran de hacer todas esas cosas todo el verano podría hacer un drástico efecto en toda la información que ellos han trabajado tan duro en aprender durante el año. El proceso a que los estudiantes pierden información que es conocido como “deslizamiento de verano” (summer slide).  ¡Esto es real!  En efecto, investigación demuestra que algunos estudiantes pueden perder hasta dos meses del progreso de lectura. ¡Esto es perdiendo aproximadamente 40 días de clases en un año!

Padres puede ayudar a los estudiantes en mantener las habilidades de aprendizajes que ellos han desarrollado en ayudar a sus hijos a incorporar las tareas académicas a sus rutinas diarias. Esto no debe de ser difícil o necesario en seguir un “currículo.” Los estudiantes simplemente necesitan en continuar usando sus cerebros, practicando matemáticas básicas, interactuar con los libros y leer todo el verano. 

Sus hijos deben de tratar en hacer lo siguiente todos los días para que sus hijos se mantengan saludables y feliz.  

  1. Comer vegetales con sus comidas
  2. Disfrutar meriendas saludables como fruta fresca
  3. Tomar varios vasos de agua al día
    • Lo más que ellos sudan mas necesitan tomar
  4. Jugar/ejercicio afuera por 60 minutos al día
  5. Retar su cerebro en actividades de matemáticas
  6. Leer y discutir una historia/libro con un adulto
  7. Tomar por lo menos 10 horas de descanso en la noche
    • Es importante en mantener una rutina de llevarlos a dormir a cierta hora y despertarse a una hora.

Haga un Click en la página para acceso tarjetas de bingo para sus niños pueden usar para repasar su hábitos saludables cada día.

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¡La biblioteca pública de Quincy tiene una lista de buenas actividades para participar todo el verano y son gratis!  

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Pioneer Elementary will be having "Picture Day" soon! Students will get their pictures taken outside under a large tent on Friday, May 14th. We will be sure to have students socially distanced while outside since students will be taking their masks off. We will be sending home ordering forms from Parsons as soon as we get them. 

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Important!
On Thursday, September 3rd from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm you will be able to drive up to Pioneer to pick up all your student(s) curriculum, supplies and technology! You’ll also be able to meet your child’s teacher from the safety of your car. Teachers will be scheduling remote meetings with each student and family within the first 3 weeks of school. If remote is not an option for your family, we can accommodate in-person meetings on a limited basis.

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¡Importante!

¡El jueves 3 de septiembre de 5:00 pm a 7:00 pm podrá conducir hasta Pioneer para recoger todo el currículo, materiales y tecnología de su estudiante (s)! También podrá conocer al maestro de su hijo desde la seguridad de su automóvil. Los maestros programarán reuniones remotas con cada estudiante y familia dentro de las primeras 3 semanas de clases. Si el control remoto no es una opción para su familia, podemos acomodar reuniones en persona de manera limitada.

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Pioneer Elementary

224 J Street SE
Quincy, WA 98848

Phone: 509-787-1595
Fax: 509-787-2583

Hours: Mon 9:30-3:00, Tues-Fri: 8:10-3:00

Principal:  Ms. Alesha Porter
School Counselor:
Gus Winter

Administrative Assistant:
Ana Argueta

Administrative Assistant:
Zoila Castillo

Parent Liaison:
Lisset Tamayo Ibal

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