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PGHS Redirect Notice

Due to continued growth in the attendance area for Katherine Albiani Middle School and Pleasant Grove High School, any current elementary-aged student who has moved into the Katherine Albiani Middle School attendance area on or after July 1, 2016 will be redirected for 7th grade to either Joseph Kerr Middle School (JKMS) or T.R. Smedberg Middle School (TRSMS), based upon the location of their residence. This redirection is necessary because both Katherine Albiani Middle School and Pleasant Grove High School are projected to once again exceed their facilities capacities for the upcoming school year. 


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April is Parkinson's Awareness Month

Support Mrs. Harpreet Sidhu by joining Team Harpreet for a Moving Day Walk organized by the National Parkinson's Foundation held in San Francisco on Sunday, May 7, 2017. 


Letter from Mrs. Sidhu March 31 2017

Order Team Harpreet tshirts 2017



Cosumnes River Elementary School:

Community Service Opportunity:  Volunteers needed for the Mother/Son Kickball event at Cosumnes River Elementary School. The event will be held on Sunday, April 30th, 1:00-5:00 p.m.  If you want to volunteer contact Ms. Taylor Johnson at taylorjohnsonphotography@yahoo.com 



High school students ages 16-18!! Spend your summer volunteering with horses and special kids at Project Ride!!

The Summer Leadership Institute is designed to help develop leadership and horsemanship skills in older teens while performing community service in conjunction with our horseback riding lessons for people with special needs. 


Please see attached documents for more information and for the application.  Applications are due 4/28/17projectride.org



Volunteers are needed to run softball league snack bar.  Sign up to help by going to:  https://m.signupgenius.com/#!/showSignUp/409094FA8AF29A1F94-snack

Questions should be directed to Valerie Rile at 916-837-0049(call or text) or  valerieyorba@gmail.com



Summer school registration forms are now available.  Simply click on the posted link and follow the online instructions.  


Once you fill out the form online, a printable copy will be emailed to you.  You will print out the form, sign it, and turn it in to the counseling office.  


Once you turn it in to the counseling office, it will be timestamped and you will be enrolled in the class on a first come - first serve basis.  So don't delay.


The LAST day to submit a form to the counseling office is April 28th.


Please see attached flyer for OCA Sacramento's essay contest:

"Why is affordable health care important for generations to come?"

Deadline for entries is 4/28/17.



14 Eagle Tracksters traveled to Torrance, California to participate in the prestigious Mt. SAC Relays this past weekend. This was a greater number than the 11 we took last year - a sign of an improving program. Another sign? We came back with 3 SCHOOL RECORDS!!!

If there was one name to remember from our journey there, it would most certainly be that of Sophomore powerhouse Nick Myers... Nick was EVERYWHERE!!!

This tremendous young man competed in 3 events, and in doing so, scored a PR, going 1:58.64 in his Top 10 finish in the 800m. The other two events were the 4x800m Relay (with Sami Araya, Joe Blakely, and Andrew Jackson) and 4x1600m (with Sami Araya, Blake Miller, and Aidan Singh). Both of these performances were good for School Records. The 4x800m Relay also finished in the Top 10.

Other Top 10 Performances were turned in by Junior Eby Ifyefobi (Discus), Senior Josh Smith (Discus), and, while academic, our Men's 1600 SMR (Oliver Gates, Andrew Jackson, Brock Miller, and Joe Blakely) - which also set a school record.

Our other events:
- Women's 4x1600m (
Kaylie Pak, Bella Martinez, Grace Erbe, Rachel Victor)
- Katelyn
Cuneo - High Jump

I am TREMENDOUSLY proud of these kids. They gave their all out there and selflessly thought enough of their teammates to spend Easter morning traveling back.

Special thanks for Brock Miller, Alison DeWolfe, and Emily DeWolfe, who, though not selected, came anyway (spikes and uniforms in hand) and contributed!!



Free AP Prepathon

Taking the AP Bio or APUSH exam?  Join Kaplan for a free AP Prepathon online Saturday, April 22 and Sunday, April 23 from 10am - 2pm PT to help you get ready for Test Day.  Register today at www.kaptest.com/apprepathon.


Note: this free prep is meant to compliment the prep instruction students are receiving within the classroom.




























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