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Bully Free Zone

PG Takes a stand against Bullying Anonymously Report it(click here)!

Take action and report any Bullying to:

Hope Migliaccio , Principal

Todd McGinnis   Asst. Principal

Melissa Carroll ,   Counselor

Phone: 530-672-4400
Fax: 530-677-5829
Office Hours 7:30am-3pm
HUB: 530-672-4400 ext 4060
We Tip: 1-800-78-CRIME

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Also, Family Tip Sheet: Common Sense on Dealing with Digital Drama


Yearbook Order forms in office or on-line at

Click here for order form

8th grade parents order recognition ads online at through December 31st

1/8 page =$25

¼ page = $50

½ page = $75

Full page = $100

Parents will make their own ad from home and be the designers of their ad! 

After Jan.1, the price will increase $20 per ad. 


Parents and Students: Share your photos for the 2014-2015 school year! Replay it- Your online home for all the photos of the school year! Click around to see your friends. Use the timeline, or just from tag to tag to view photos. Get in on the action and share your photos. Get into the yearbook! Create the story of your year. Together. Go to Enter the password: pumas2015

Set up your account with an email address and password and begin uploading pictures.



An After School program for Middle Schoolers. Pleasant Grove Students can spend their afternoons having fun with their friends without having to leave campus. Click here for more information or call 530-295-2298

PUMA Radio 97.5

While in the Pleasant Grove’s parking lot, please tune in to Puma Radio!



Please take a few minutes to review the following papers,. You will find a lot of information regarding Pleasant Grove PTO. Some of which needs to be returned to the school office. Click here for Packet

> PTO Membership

>PTO Annual Calendar of Events and Activities

>Shop with Scrip


>Box Top and Labels for Education


Please Sign Up For the Schools and support PG Middle School

Online shopping and sharing that goes towards fundraising








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Today: 12/19/14
All Day: Minimum Day

Food Bank El Dorado County

Annual Holiday Outreach 2014

Friday & Saturday, December 19th -20th, 10am-2pm@ the Food Bank of El Dorado County located at 4550 Business Drive Cameron Park.                                                   Click here for more information

Attn: Parents Avoid Un-Winnable Power-Struggles and Arguments

Parenting the Love and Logic Way

A six session parenting program designed by the love and logic Institute.

     Learn how to: 

  • Stay calm when your kids do incredibly upsetting things
  • Set enforceable limits
  • Avoid enabling and begin empowering
  • Help your kids learn from mistakes rather than repeating them
  • Raise kids who are family members rather than dictators

click here for program dates/times and information

El Dorado High School, 8th Grade Preview Night Flyer, Feb 26th

Welcome Class of 2019! We would like to invite the 8th grade students and their families to an informative evening at El Dorado High School. You will have the opportunity to meet our students and staff and learn about your academic, elective and athletic options at El Dorado.

Come and see what opportunities await you! 

Click here for flyer: English....Spanish

Also, Parents/Guardians of those students taking Health Education. Please plan to attend the following preview nights Click here for date and times



Health News


Parents of Current 6th Grade Students, Next Years 7th Graders:

All students entering 7th grade need proof of a Tdap (Tetanus toxoid, reduced diphtheria toxoid, and acellular pertussis vaccine) booster shot before they will be allowed to start school.  This requirement will be met by receiving one dose of Tdap vaccine on or after their 7th birthday.

Once your child receives the Tdap vaccine, please bring his/her immunization record to the school office so a copy can be made and your child can be cleared to start the 2015-2016  school year.  If you are unsure if your child has received this vaccine, please contact your health care provider.

If you have any questions regarding the Tdap requirement. please contact the school nurse at your school.

Friday, Dec 5th letters were mailed to current 6th grade students who do not show record of having a Tdap immunization.


Does  your child need to take medication while at school?  If so, California Ed Code requires that any prescription or over the counter medication be ordered by a physician.  Forms are available in the health office or online for you to take to your physician over the summer so you're ready for fall.  If you have any further questions please feel free to contact the front office. Click here for MEDICATION AT SCHOOL FORM..........

Sugarloaf Application Announcement

Online applications for the 2015 Sugarloaf Fine Arts Camp sessions will take place Feb 2 – Feb 16, 2015

The link for the online application website can be found at


The dates for Sugarloaf Fine Arts camp are: 
Session 1 July 12 – July18, 2015
Session 2 July 19 - July 25, 2015


For updates regarding registration and other camp information, please visit  As a reminder, campers that enroll in performance majors MUST participate in the final Saturday performance.

For families without computer access to complete the online application, the El Dorado County Libraries and the front lobby of the El Dorado County Office of Education, 6767 Green Valley Road, Placerville, have computers available at no charge.  The Office of Education staff can also enter camper registration information upon request.  Please contact the EDCOE office, if you need assistance, at 530-295-2261.

Click here for Application Announcement


Weather Forecast

 Many of you are aware of the potential significant storm coming to the area tomorrow and Friday. Please note that school will be open as scheduled, barring any unforeseen circumstances. Please allow for extra time to bring your child to and from school, as traffic may be slow if the weather is extreme. Make sure your child is dressed appropriately with a jacket.  District facility crews are prepared to address any issues that may arise as a result of the storm and potential high winds. Please know that we are taking every precaution possible to ensure normal school days. In the event of a school closure or delayed start time, you will receive a message early in the morning. If no message is received, then school is in session as usual. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the school office at 674-4400..

Every Day Counts

Every Day Counts in a child’s educationEvery day a student misses school, he gets more than two days behind his peers, because he must make up missed learning and catch up with new learning at the same time.  Regular and punctual attendance will help increase student academic growth.  California Education Code Section 46010 states that there are valid reasons for absences from school.

A new attendance accounting system became law beginning with the 1998-99 school year.  Excused absences no longer count toward school funding for ADA.  This means that absences, excused or unexcused, reduce our school funds ($35-$40 a day per child) as well as you child’s successful learning time in school.  Please be sure to assist your child in maintaining exemplary attendance to insure the best possible education for him/her, as well as maximum state funding for student attendance.

The primary responsibility for regular and punctual attendance is that of the parents and students. School staff will work closely with students and parents to assist them in meeting this responsibility. Every effort should be made by parents to clear their child absences by calling the school office (530) 672-4400 or send an absence note when your child returns.

Students who arrive after the start of the school day or leave before the end of the school day are required to check in/out of the school office.  Prompt attendance is an important factor in classroom success. 

We know you want the very best education for your child, and we do too. By understanding that Every Day Counts. Together we can give your child the very best.

Please discuss this at home so attendance problems can be avoided.  Please let us know if there is something we can do at school to support your efforts to improve your child’s attendance.  If your child had perfect attendance or missed days that were unavoidable we appreciate your efforts. Thank-you for understanding that Every Day Counts, together we can give your child the very best education.




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Thank-you, Pleasant Grove PTO and Stacy Williams for all your time/efforts involved in making  "Shopalooza" a successful event! Also, all the local vendors/parents for supporting "Shopalooza".



Pennies for Patients

2015 Pennies for Patients February 9th-February 27. Mr.Dubin and Pleasant Grove's Middle School 8th Grade CJSF will be coordinating this program.



Common Core

More information and resources about the Common Core Standards are available on the homepage of our District website at the following link:







Presents the


Washington D.C. / New York / Boston

7 Days and 6 Nights (Red-Eye Fight) WEEK OF MAY 31st, 2015

For additional information, please contact your program leader:

Janice Araujo



Click here for Flyer 

Sample Itinerary


Got Wrestling?

Wrestling Information Meeting

Wednesday, November 19th 5:30 PM

Pleasant Grove Multipurpose Room

Click here for flyer

2015 Wrestling Schedule



Future Sports Schedules