Willett Elementary celebrates its 50th Anniversary this year. To recognize this milestone, the school invites all alumni to join current staff and students at a presentation on Mr. Willett and a history of the school during the Willett Annual Open House, April 13th at 6PM.
Please email Pam Porter at email@example.com if you’re interested in attending or if you have memorabilia to share.
This year is the 50th Anniversary of Davis’ Holmes Junior High School! Holmes was founded in 1966, and has been one of Davis’ Junior High schools, teaching thousands of children and contributing to our community. Its mascot is the Patriot. The namesake of the school is Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr., a well-known American poet and author.
To celebrate, Holmes is holding our 50th Anniversary Open House on April 27th, 2017. We are also collecting artifacts to be placed in a time capsule that will be buried in the grounds of Holmes. If you have any items that you feel could be put in it, bring them to the front office of Holmes. We are also creating a Display Case in the library. The theme of this is “50 years of faces”. Feel free to bring anything that you feel will represent this subject, prior to the event. The deadline for these items is April 21st.
The Open House Celebration begins at 6:00pm, and ends at 8pm. It will be at Holmes. The address is 1220 Drexel Drive, Davis CA. All families are welcome! We would especially like to invite any Holmes alumni from years past or former Holmes students currently attending district schools. Wear any Holmes memorabilia that you own and come ready to have a good time! There will be food vendors, music performances, and activities around campus, so bring your family and get food and sit in the grass to watch students perform. We hope to see you soon!
Welcome to Pioneer Elementary School
Pioneer School Mission Statement
To provide a safe, positive, challenging educational environment which nurtures self-esteem and allows each child and adult to positively contribute to the educational experience.
To develop socially responsible life-long learners who use education as the key to understanding the past, exploring and enriching the present and preparing for a highly technological future.
1.All students are entitled to develop their individual powers of intelligence: to think, to know, to reflect, to observe, to imagine, to appreciate, to analyze and synthesize in complex real life situations.
Principal's Back to School Message:
Dear Pioneer Families,
Welcome to the 2016-2017 academic year! As Pioneer Elementary school embarks on its 51st year serving of South Davis, our team is excited to welcome back students and get to ...more