Although funding for public education has been significantly reduced since 2008, Pointe Schools teachers have received an average increase of 3% over each of the last 10 years. New Pointe Schools certified teachers make similar salaries to teachers in our neighboring districts. Prior to the 2017-2018 school year, Pointe Schools full-time returning employees received a 3% raise and the starting pay for part-time employees was increased to $12.50 per hour.
Please join the North Pointe community at their Spring Extravaganza May 7-11, 2018. Festivities begin each night at 5:30pm in the Plaza with a Car Show and Eats from Arnold’s Diner. Dress in your best retro outfit and get a free drink! Then at 7pm, those with tickets will move into the Theatre and watch the Falcon Players presentation of Grease. There is no cost for the show but a free ticket is required. Intermission will feature Live Music and Treats in the Plaza. Stick around after the show for our Sock Hop featuring a DJ set and Sweets!
Tickets are completely free but limited! Please sign up for free tickets for the evening of your choice in Pinnacle’s Front Office! The forms are ready and waiting for you!
Unfortunately, our adventure had to come to an end but not before we crammed in as much fun as possible! We woke up extra early in hopes of seeing the sunrise over a gorgeous hike in the mountains. Although it was a bit too foggy to see the clouds, the hike was still beautiful!
After cleaning out our dorms and another fantastic breakfast, we set off on another hike over the canyon. In addition to learning all about the flowers and animals of the area we also discovered that the camp was actually used for filming portions of Jurassic World! If you look closely on the beach, you can even see our new friend, Mike Bison, taking a stroll!
It has truly been an incredible adventure! Thank you, so much to the staff of Catalina Island Marine Institute for having us! We will miss the relaxing ocean, gorgeous landscape, and all of the awesome activities but we are excited to come back home to our families. See you soon, Panthers!
Food at camp has been delicious and the best part about it is the All-You-Can-Eat style of every meal! Obviously, our kiddos are taking full advantage of this!
We hit the ground running with labs studying sharks, algae, and fish. This included creating our own algae press to take home with us and interacting with marine life.
After another fantastic meal we went to our second snorkel and even got to do some free swim off the dock! Thank goodness for the wetsuits because that water is cold! We ended the evening with some rock climbing, music, and roasting of marshmallows on the beach!
On Day 1 of our adventure, we started out very early in the morning for California. We watched a few movies on the incredibly comfortable charter bus and slept most of the way!
We then arrived and hopped onto The Catalina King, our vessel which would ferry us to our destination!
Upon arrival we were instantly welcomed by the staff of the Catalina Island Marine Institute and made ourselves at home in the dorms!
Once we were settled, we got to do our very first snorkel, eat an incredible dinner, and went on an Astronomy hike in the evening. Whew what in incredible and exhausting day!
Pinnacle Pointe is scheduled to be open for classes this Thursday, April 26, 2018.
Pointe Schools Superintendent Dr. Jody Johnson letter
In honor of our Annual Family Movie Night tomorrow, students may come to school in Coco-themed attire. If you choose not to dress up, uniforms must be worn.
We will see you tomorrow at 6:30pm on the Field! A variety of concessions and yummy food truck options will be available to purchase!