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SBAC PRACTICE TEST

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Get accustomed to the Smarter Balanced test.


Click here for practice test.

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Aeries Portal Pilot

 

Student portals are now live.  Students can reach the portal by navigating to


and logging in with the following credentials:

 


 

 

 

Username: networkID@wjusd.org so for example ZZ999@wjusd.org

(Students your network ID is the login that you use for Google Docs and School Loop )

 

Or another way to explain it:  

The initials of your first name and last name and your ID number.  Your ID number is your lunch number.  If you can't remember it or can't find it, you will need to ask one of your teachers. 

 

The temporary password = student number, two digit birth month and two digit birthday all together (For example if you were born on February 3rd it would be  0203).   

 

Students will have to change their password upon logging in for the first time.

Student passwords must be unique to each student.  We have installed a system to limit the use of shared or common passwords. 

 

 

CLUBS & ACTIVITIES

Pioneer High School offers a variety of clubs to give students the opportunity to socialize with other students with common interests and talents.

 

Some clubs meet once a month, others meet every week to plan, organize and develop club activities, events and/or community improvements and partnerships. Some clubs have academic requirements to join. 

 

Clubs are free and open to students and there is no limit to the number of clubs a student can join. Please note that the clubs offered can change from year to year depending on student interest and availability of club advisers.

 

Academic, Career and Service Clubs

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California Scholarship Federation

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FFA

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Key Club
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National Honor Society
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SkillsUSA 
 

 

Click Here for a complete list of Pioneer Clubs