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Peninsula Merchandise Order Form- turn in by December 1st to get your gifts for the holidays!
Capitol Convoy Application (Due Dec. 1)
WASC Survey for Parents and Students
Camp Coed for PVPUSD students grades 3-12
Athletic and Activity Clearance for Winter Sports
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Peninsula High continues to serve as a satellite campus for Harbor College. Students can enroll in Mr Wheeler's Sociology class or Dr. Coleman's Film Appreciation class for the spring semester and earn college and high school credits. Classes are open to juniors and seniors only. Application forms are available in the Counseling Office. Completed forms should be returned to Mrs. Juge in the Counseling Office by Nov. 21. You do not need to go to Harbor College to sign up. Classes meet twice a week from 3pm to 4:30pm on the Pen High campus starting the first week of February.

Click here for details.


Clean out your closets, look under your bed - our annual Athletic Shoe Drive is under way! Please donate athletic shoes (new or used) to the collection bins set up near the Main Office and by the track. This event is sponsored by our Shoes For Athletes club whose mission statement is To provide athletic shoes to the less fortunate in an effort to enhance their experience in sports and to encourage an active lifestyle.

The deadline to drop off your donations is Friday, November 17. Click here for details.


Each year, the Peninsula Education Foundation (PEF) provides grants of up to $1500 each to PVPUSD teachers through the Chuck Miller Teacher Grant Program. This program was established by the PEF in 1990 through the generosity of Chuck Miller, former Rancho Vista Elementary principal, past president of the PEF, and local business leader. Through the years, Chuck and and his wife Betsy have continued to provide annual funding for Chuck Miller Teacher Grants, making it possible for teachers to bring a multitude of ideas to the classroom. These grants are an important resource for teachers so that they can implement new ideas and programs for their students.

This year, Peninsula High teachers have qualified for five Chuck Miller Grants based on the strength of the applications they submitted in September. They are:
Civil Rights Education in Graphic Novel Form - Ms. DeWitt
The Odyssey: A Dramatic Retelling of Homer’s Epic - Ms. DeWitt
Inquiries in the Biological Sciences - Ms. Kealey
Ultimate Cell Biology Journey - Mr. Snodgrass
Ultimate Chemistry Exploration - Mr. Snodgrass

All of this year's Chuck Miller Teacher Grant recipients will be honored at the PEF’s Donor Appreciation Food and Wine Festival on Nov. 16.


Camp Coed

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Time: 2:30 PM – 6 PM
Location: Gym
Nov 18

PTSA Meeting

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Time: 8:45 AM
Location: Community Room
Nov 28
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