CARSON ONLINE WEBSITE:
carsononlineschool.com

PHS FACEBOOK PAGE:
https://www.facebook.com/phspanthers/

JAG (Jobs for America's Graduates)
http://jagnv.org/

CONTACTS:

PIONEER HIGH SCHOOL
775-283-1300
202 E. Corbett Street
Carson City, NV 89706

Jason ZonaMr. Jason Zona, Principal
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Ms. Conny Hernandez, Office Manager

Jill Council, Carson Online Coordinator
Carson Online 283-1317

2016-2017
WELCOME BACK LETTER TO FAMILIES



Staff 2016 2017
PIONEER HIGH SCHOOL STAFF 2016-2017





STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS & PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE

09/26/16
Article from carsonnow.org
"Pioneer High School Student Heroes, Showing Others the Way"

We congratulate our students who serve at school, the Carson City community, and their country!

Heather Wright
Heather Wright, a 12th grade student at Pioneer High School, earned her rank as the cadet commander and Senior Master Sargent in the Civil Air Patrol, Nevada Wing. CAP is an arm of the US Air Force, similar to JROTC, but it is not affiliated with high schools. Heather was invited to highlight her volunteer work at a student luncheon where other PHS students in the CHS Naval JROTC participated. After graduation this year at PHS, Heather plans on working as a combat medic in the US Army. Heather has been able to fly and co-pilot several types of aircraft including an F-16 as a three year member in the Civil Air Patrol.

Shayne Jeremiah Beauford
Shayne Jeremiah Beauford, 10th grade PHS student, was elected by staff to represent Pioneer at School Board Meetings. Outside of school, he recently earned his Life rank in the Boy Scouts of America. He has plans to earn his Eagle rank soon and is working on a service project in cooperation with Pioneer High School. Shayne was featured in a Boys' Life article, in July 2016, titled: "A True Story of Scouts in Action." This article describes a heroic act where he saved his younger brother's life in a dangerous water rescue.

08/21/16 (Article from Nevada Appeal)

PHS and Carson Online student, Noah Giron, local ski cross racer, is gearing up for his second season with Team USA. 

Giron competed in the semipro North American Cup circuit in the United States and Canada. He will head to Australia where he will train with other international skiers, and he will compete in International Ski Federation events. 

Giron, a junior, is ranked in the top 10 in the United States. His goals are to compete in the World Junior Championships, the X-Games and the 2022 Olympics. After that, he hopes to race professionally. 

Giron studies online in the winter and trains at Squaw Valley five days a week. Training days are 7 to 13 hours a day and include skiing, weight lifting and conditioning. He maintains a 3.7 GPA. He welcomes sponsorships to help fund his training expenses, travel costs, and competition fees. 


06/17/16


Dear Families, Fellow Educators, and Carson City Community Members,

We are extending a heartfelt thanks to families, K-12 staff and administrators, district office staff, and members of our community for helping our students achieve such an important milestone in their lives. 

We are proud to report that 58 seniors at Pioneer High School graduated in the class of 2016. This is the 2nd largest graduating class in the history of Pioneer High School since the high school was established in 1998.  It is the largest group of honors, advanced, and standard high school diplomas ever issued from PHS.  Pioneer also had the school’s first dual graduate with a student earning an Associate of Science degree from WNC and an Honors High School Diploma from PHS.  Other items to note and celebrate this year included; the largest group of Jump Start, JAG, and CTE students to walk across the stage.  We also had two honors diplomas, two advanced diplomas, five Millennium Scholarships, a wrestling scholarship to Kansas, four local scholarship recipients, and five students were accepted into the United States Army, Marines, and Air Force. 

Your roles and influence as family members, educators, and members in the community to their education throughout the years has made all the difference!

Sincerely,

Jason Zona, Principal


Graduation Class of 2016 Highlighted Students:
Honors Diplomas:

  1. Chelsea Goss, Valedictorian, Honors Diploma, Jump Start, Millennium Scholarship, WNC or UNR
  2. Nathan Hammock, Salutatorian, Associate of Science Degree, WNC, Phi Theta Kappa International Honors Society, PHS High School Honors Diploma, Jump Start, Millennium Scholarship 

    Advanced Diplomas:

  3. Samantha Hinton, Advanced Diploma, Jumpstart, Millennium Scholarship, WNC
  4. Emily Jannsens, Advanced Diploma, Millennium Scholarship

    Standard Diplomas:

  5. Kayla Andrews, CTE, JAG
  6. Khaslynne Andrews, HOSA CTE HIM Student Leader, Job Shadow Mentee
  7. Peyton Brawner, Accepted to Arizona State University
  8. Kati Ceragioli, Jump Start, Concert Choir, All State Choir, WNC
  9. Jazmyn Conde, HOSA CTE, JAG, JAG Officer, Leadership Officer, Accepted to the Career College of Northern Nevada, Reno
  10. KennyLee Durrer, WNPAC Dance Studio (state and national competitions), Western Nevada College Performing Arts Program / 42nd Street production
  11. Megan Edwards, Advanced Diploma, Concert Choir, Millennium Scholarship
  12. Kailee Fiorica, JAG & Leadership Officer, Washington DC Rep, School Mascot
  13. Alexa Garcia, US Army (Boot Camp at Ft. Jackson, SC)
  14. Alyssa Hernandez, HOSA CTE
  15. Andrew Hill, US Marines, (MCRD San Diego)
  16. Raziel Juarez, JAG Officer
  17. Rylee Lawrence, Jump Start
  18. Taylor Lynch, JAG Officer, Institute of Cosmetology
  19. Greg Martin, JAG
  20. Annay Mejorado-Ruiz, US Army
  21. Sierra Moreno, Yearbook Staff, JAG
  22. Rene Moriarty, US Air Force (Already at Boot Camp)
  23. Brady Okeefe, Accepted at Kansas, Wrestling Scholarship
  24. Kaley O’Neal, Feather River Beauty School or WNC
  25. Savannah Pimentel, JAG, Leadership School Board Representative
  26. Zach Shaw, PHS Ski Club
  27. Brittanie Sisson, WNC
  28. Tiffany Spraycar, JAG, WNC
  29. Travis Underhill, US Army
  30. Edward Victorio Lara, Guest Speaker for CCSD Transitions, PHS Student Mentor, Ski Club, Attendance Award 2016, WNC



04/11/16

See the new Pioneer Facebook page, great items to learn more about your school. Special thanks to Mrs. Long for volunteering to help manage this social media site. Congratulations to Mr. Bland and his CTE students, Mr. Stokes invited them to present some information about their Las Vegas trip tomorrow at the school board meeting. Congratulations to Mr. Rotter and his 6th period class for best attendance.

04/07/16
See the Pioneer High School and Carson Online facebook pages.
Welcome new staff to our Panther family:  Jolene Dille, Social Worker, Phil Molleson, Lead Custodian, and Monica Ward, Office Specialist.

04/06/16
Congratulations to Mr. Bland and the CTE Health Science students for their competition in Las Vegas and for Bland's work with writing State standards in Health Information Management!

01/25/16
Congratulations to Harley Woods for being awarded 1st place by the State of Nevada for a video contest to promote summer reading. Also to our honor roll and excellent attendance award recipients. 

12/10/15
Congratulations to Kailee Fiorica for being selected as one of 23 students in Nevada to attend the JAG leadership conference in Washington D.C.

11/10/15
Congratulations to Kenny Mottram and Trenton Lynn who are performing in the production of Mary Poppins in Carson City.  Congratulations also to Mr. Bland, Jazmyn Conde, Khaslyn Andrews, Julia Albiter, and Alyssa Hernandez for their work in the Health Science Information CTE class.

11/02/15
NEVADA DAY PARADE

Congratulations to the students and staff who created the PHS float and represented Pioneer at the parade.  (Mr. Jordan, Mr. Fulton, Mrs. Rowbottom, Mrs. Granucci, Mr. Johnson, McKayla Fortner, Kailee Fiorica, Ramon Medrano, Kayla Andrews, Araceli Vasquez, Sparkle Taylor, Samantha Perrioriot, Edward Johnson, Monica Lopez, Cera Fuller, and Edward Victorio)

10/29/15
PHS Speech and Debate Team

Congratulations to Mrs. Rowbottom and her Speech and Debate students who participated at Fallon High School in their first Speech and Debate Team activities.  (Elizabeth Crandell, Catherine Taylor-Dillon, and Jazmyn Conde)

09/27/15
ROCK CREEK

Congratulations to the students and staff who completed the 4 day expedition at Rock Creek.  There will be a Rock Creek Survivor Luncheon to highlight the events this coming week.

PERFECT ATTENDANCE
Congratulations to PHS/Carson Online students with perfect attendance. These students will be invited to a recognition assembly on a quarterly basis.

07/17/15
Congratulations to the Class of 2015!
PHS had 48 graduates with students earning Honors, Advanced, and Standard High School Diplomas.  There were 4 Millennium Scholarship recipients and 2 local scholarship recipients.  Students in the class of 2015 were accepted into UNR, Sierra Nevada College, Western Nevada College, the US Army, and the New York Film Academy.
 
05/21/15
Jobs for American Graduates Competition
Congratulations to our JAG students and JAG Teacher, Mrs. Rowbottom! The following JAG students competed at the Jobs for American Graduates Competition in Las Vegas on 05/19/15: Savannah Pimentel, Kailee Fiorica, Emily Johnson, Jazmyn Conde, Nicolas Manzo, Christian Burrows, Jonni Escobar-Ruiz, and Johnny Lopez. Special thanks also go to Mr. Jordan for going on the trip. Congratulations to Christian Burrows, who won 1st Place in the "Employability" event.

05/21/15
Performing Arts Highlights (PHS and Carson Online Students)
Henry Wilson
, Performer at the Carson Community Center in Pippin
Kati Ceragioli, Performer at the Carson Community Center in Pippin
Trenton Lynn, Guest Vocalist at the WNC Graduation Ceremony
Christian Burrows, Performed (guitar and vocal) at A to Zen
Chea Zevnick, Performed (guitar) at A to Zen

03/23/15
Health Science CTE Competition (HOSA)

Congratulations to our health science CTE teacher and students: Mr. Don Bland, Khaslyn Andrews, Julia Albiter, Jazmyn Conde, and Johnny Lopez! They presented and competed in the HOSA conference in Las Vegas representing Pioneer High School and Carson City.  Students attended seminars, presented projects, and made connections with students from other schools in Nevada.  We are very proud of their dedication to the health science career and to their professionalism at the event.

PHS STAFF
Pioneer High School has the most talented and caring group of staff I have ever had the honor to work with during the last 19 years of being an educator. I deeply appreciate their dedication to our students, ability to adapt, the high level of professionalism they model, and how they show leadership in our school district and the Carson City community. I continue to learn from them every day and have a great deal of respect for our team.

SCHOOL INFORMATION
PHS is the CCSD high school for students to consider if they prefer smaller class sizes, a smaller campus environment, a flexible classroom and or online hybrid schedule, and the other unique options listed below. Students can earn a minimum of 9 credits per year in the new 2017-2018 block schedule.

PHS is pleased to offer CCSD students with Career and Technical Education (CTE) choices in medical technology.

PHS offers students outdoor sporting activities in cooperation with the Project Discovery Partnership.  Sports include cross country skiing, downhill skiing, rock climbing, ropes challenge courses, the Rock Creek expedition, yoga, weightlifting, and other field trips throughout the school year.

Some of the PHS elective classes consist of:  art, graphic arts, guitar, yearbook/media, web-design, and dozens of additional online electives.

The Jobs for American Graduates (JAG) program offers graduating seniors the chance to work with internships, refine their resume skills, and work in job shadowing positions in careers they have shown interest.

PHS offers a high school Standard Diploma, Advanced Diploma, and Honors Diploma.

Pioneer is a great place to work and get a top notch education provided by our highly qualified and talented staff.

-Jason Zona, principal

THE CARSON CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE AGAINST ANY PERSON ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, DISABILITY, AGE, OR ON ANY OTHER BASIS PROTECTED BY STATE OR FEDERAL LAW, AND IT PROVIDES EQUAL ACCESS TO THE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA AND OTHER DESIGNATED YOUTH GROUPS.  THE FOLLOWING PERSON HAS BEEN DESIGNATED TO HANDLE INQUIRIES REGARDING THE DISTRICT’S NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICIES: TITLE IX AND 504 COORDINATOR, 1402 W. KING STREET, CARSON CITY, NV 89703, (775) 283-2130.  FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION, CONTACT THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, OFFICE OF CIVIL RIGHTS, 1-800-421-3481.

Recent News

Welcome New Staff to PHS!
Posted on 09/27/2015
Welcome New Staff to PHS!  READ MORE...
Back to School
Posted on 07/25/2015
See Back to School Welcome Letter to All Families  READ MORE...
Bell Schedule:
Posted on 01/08/2014
PHS 1st Period starts at 7:40am and dismisses at 1:51pm  READ MORE...
Recommended back to school supplies for students:
Posted on 01/08/2014
Click "read more" view the recommended supplies for returning studends  READ MORE...
LUNCH
Posted on 01/08/2014
PHS has a cafeteria, please see if your student is able to get free or reduced prices by applying with the main office.  READ MORE...
Early Release Days
Posted on 01/08/2014
Most Mondays are minimum day schedules and students are released from campus after lunch at 12:45pm.  READ MORE...
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