Pioneer Regional School Corporation
PO Box 577
413 S. Chicago St.
Royal Center, IN 46978


Dr. David Bess, Supt.
Phone: 574-643-2605
Fax: 574-643-9977
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School Board Note

School Board Note

“We would like to thank everyone who took the time to provide us with input in our superintendent search.  We continue to work our process and know we will select the right person to fill the position.  We appreciate all the comments you have provided.”

 
Respectfully,

The Pioneer School Board



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Welcome to Pioneer Regional School Corporation

Welcome to Pioneer Regional School Corporation

Bess.jpgWelcome to the Pioneer Regional School Corporation Website. We hope you find the information available here both informative and helpful. The students and staff are very proud of their schools and we hope you join us in celebrating our successes and helping us to become even more effective in meeting the educational needs of our students. We are looking forward to another outstanding school year.

Sincerely,
Dr. David Bess

  • Bess.jpgWelcome to the Pioneer Regional School Corporation Website. We hope you find the information available here both informative and helpful. The students and staff are very proud of their schools and we hope you join us in celebrating our successes and helping us to become even more effective in meeting the educational needs of our students. We are looking forward to another outstanding school year.

    Sincerely,
    Dr. David Bess

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    • Pioneer Regional School Corp.

      Chemical Spray Application May 20, 2017 & May 21, 2017


      Proscapes will be on Pioneer Jr. Sr. High School and Pioneer Elementary grounds May 20, 2017 and May 21, 2017 for fertilizer application.

      The Armament ZnB is a spray on granular fertilizer. This will be the 22-3-11 only on the athletic fields. This product contains no herbicides or pesticides, this is just a fertilizer.

      If you have any questions please contact Kenny Wheeldon, Maintenance Director 574-721-5645
    • Dear Parents, Guardians and Students,

      Indiana State Law IC 20-30-5-18 requires that school systems provide important information to parents and guardians of all students about meningitis and the vaccines available to prevent one type of this serious illness at the beginning of each school year.

      One type of meningitis is caused by a bacteria called Neisseria meningitidis. Infections caused by this bacteria are serious, and may lead to death. Symptoms of an infection with Neisseria meningitidis may include a high fever, headache, stiff neck, nausea, confusion and a rash. This disease can become severe very quickly and often leads to deafness, mental retardation, loss of arms or legs, and even death.

      The bacteria can mainly be spread from person to person through the exchange of nose and throat secretions. This can occur through coughing, kissing, and sneezing. The bacteria are not spread by casual contact or by simply breathing the air where a person with meningitis has been. However, sometimes the bacteria that cause meningitis have spread to other people who have had close or prolonged contact with a patient with Neisseria meningitidis. People in the same household or anyone with direct contact with a patient's oral secretions (such as a boyfriend or girlfriend) would be considered at increased risk of getting the infection.

      There are two vaccines (Menactra and Menveo) that can prevent most cases of meningitis caused by this bacteria in people over the age of 9 months. The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends vaccination against this disease for all children 11-18 years of age. CDC recommends vaccination of children with the meningococcal vaccine at 11 or 12 years old, with a booster dose at 16 years old. Children ages 9 months-10 years old who have sickle cell anemia or problems with their immune systems should also receive the vaccine.

      One dose of meningococcal vaccine is required for students in grades 6 – 12. This is a legal requirement (Indiana Administrative Code 410 IAC 1-1-1). All students entering grades 6-12 need to have a record from the child’s doctor indicating the vaccine was given or a record of this immunization in the state immunization registry (CHIRP) prior to the start of the school year.

      Many local health departments and private healthcare providers offer this vaccine. Please contact your health care provider for specific instructions regarding your child.

      Additional information about meningococcal disease can be found at:

      The Indiana State Department of Health
      The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
      The Indiana Department of Education School Health Student Services
    • Bess.jpgWelcome to the Pioneer Regional School Corporation Website. We hope you find the information available here both informative and helpful. The students and staff are very proud of their schools and we hope you join us in celebrating our successes and helping us to become even more effective in meeting the educational needs of our students. We are looking forward to another outstanding school year.

      Sincerely,
      Dr. David Bess

      • Pioneer Regional School Corp.

        Chemical Spray Application May 20, 2017 & May 21, 2017


        Proscapes will be on Pioneer Jr. Sr. High School and Pioneer Elementary grounds May 20, 2017 and May 21, 2017 for fertilizer application.

        The Armament ZnB is a spray on granular fertilizer. This will be the 22-3-11 only on the athletic fields. This product contains no herbicides or pesticides, this is just a fertilizer.

        If you have any questions please contact Kenny Wheeldon, Maintenance Director 574-721-5645
      • Bess.jpgWelcome to the Pioneer Regional School Corporation Website. We hope you find the information available here both informative and helpful. The students and staff are very proud of their schools and we hope you join us in celebrating our successes and helping us to become even more effective in meeting the educational needs of our students. We are looking forward to another outstanding school year.

        Sincerely,
        Dr. David Bess

        • Pioneer Regional School Corp.

          Chemical Spray Application May 20, 2017 & May 21, 2017


          Proscapes will be on Pioneer Jr. Sr. High School and Pioneer Elementary grounds May 20, 2017 and May 21, 2017 for fertilizer application.

          The Armament ZnB is a spray on granular fertilizer. This will be the 22-3-11 only on the athletic fields. This product contains no herbicides or pesticides, this is just a fertilizer.

          If you have any questions please contact Kenny Wheeldon, Maintenance Director 574-721-5645
        • Bess.jpgWelcome to the Pioneer Regional School Corporation Website. We hope you find the information available here both informative and helpful. The students and staff are very proud of their schools and we hope you join us in celebrating our successes and helping us to become even more effective in meeting the educational needs of our students. We are looking forward to another outstanding school year.

          Sincerely,
          Dr. David Bess

          • Dear Parents, Guardians and Students,

            Indiana State Law IC 20-30-5-18 requires that school systems provide important information to parents and guardians of all students about meningitis and the vaccines available to prevent one type of this serious illness at the beginning of each school year.

            One type of meningitis is caused by a bacteria called Neisseria meningitidis. Infections caused by this bacteria are serious, and may lead to death. Symptoms of an infection with Neisseria meningitidis may include a high fever, headache, stiff neck, nausea, confusion and a rash. This disease can become severe very quickly and often leads to deafness, mental retardation, loss of arms or legs, and even death.

            The bacteria can mainly be spread from person to person through the exchange of nose and throat secretions. This can occur through coughing, kissing, and sneezing. The bacteria are not spread by casual contact or by simply breathing the air where a person with meningitis has been. However, sometimes the bacteria that cause meningitis have spread to other people who have had close or prolonged contact with a patient with Neisseria meningitidis. People in the same household or anyone with direct contact with a patient's oral secretions (such as a boyfriend or girlfriend) would be considered at increased risk of getting the infection.

            There are two vaccines (Menactra and Menveo) that can prevent most cases of meningitis caused by this bacteria in people over the age of 9 months. The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends vaccination against this disease for all children 11-18 years of age. CDC recommends vaccination of children with the meningococcal vaccine at 11 or 12 years old, with a booster dose at 16 years old. Children ages 9 months-10 years old who have sickle cell anemia or problems with their immune systems should also receive the vaccine.

            One dose of meningococcal vaccine is required for students in grades 6 – 12. This is a legal requirement (Indiana Administrative Code 410 IAC 1-1-1). All students entering grades 6-12 need to have a record from the child’s doctor indicating the vaccine was given or a record of this immunization in the state immunization registry (CHIRP) prior to the start of the school year.

            Many local health departments and private healthcare providers offer this vaccine. Please contact your health care provider for specific instructions regarding your child.

            Additional information about meningococcal disease can be found at:

            The Indiana State Department of Health
            The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
            The Indiana Department of Education School Health Student Services
          • “We would like to thank everyone who took the time to provide us with input in our superintendent search.  We continue to work our process and know we will select the right person to fill the position.  We appreciate all the comments you have provided.”

             
            Respectfully,

            The Pioneer School Board



          • Pioneer Regional School Corp.

            Chemical Spray Application May 20, 2017 & May 21, 2017


            Proscapes will be on Pioneer Jr. Sr. High School and Pioneer Elementary grounds May 20, 2017 and May 21, 2017 for fertilizer application.

            The Armament ZnB is a spray on granular fertilizer. This will be the 22-3-11 only on the athletic fields. This product contains no herbicides or pesticides, this is just a fertilizer.

            If you have any questions please contact Kenny Wheeldon, Maintenance Director 574-721-5645
          • pdf
            (593 KB)
             
            Golf Scramble

              pdf Click Here (593 KB) to download a copy of this flyer.
          • Bess.jpgWelcome to the Pioneer Regional School Corporation Website. We hope you find the information available here both informative and helpful. The students and staff are very proud of their schools and we hope you join us in celebrating our successes and helping us to become even more effective in meeting the educational needs of our students. We are looking forward to another outstanding school year.

            Sincerely,
            Dr. David Bess

            • “We would like to thank everyone who took the time to provide us with input in our superintendent search.  We continue to work our process and know we will select the right person to fill the position.  We appreciate all the comments you have provided.”

               
              Respectfully,

              The Pioneer School Board



            • Dear Parents, Guardians and Students,

              Indiana State Law IC 20-30-5-18 requires that school systems provide important information to parents and guardians of all students about meningitis and the vaccines available to prevent one type of this serious illness at the beginning of each school year.

              One type of meningitis is caused by a bacteria called Neisseria meningitidis. Infections caused by this bacteria are serious, and may lead to death. Symptoms of an infection with Neisseria meningitidis may include a high fever, headache, stiff neck, nausea, confusion and a rash. This disease can become severe very quickly and often leads to deafness, mental retardation, loss of arms or legs, and even death.

              The bacteria can mainly be spread from person to person through the exchange of nose and throat secretions. This can occur through coughing, kissing, and sneezing. The bacteria are not spread by casual contact or by simply breathing the air where a person with meningitis has been. However, sometimes the bacteria that cause meningitis have spread to other people who have had close or prolonged contact with a patient with Neisseria meningitidis. People in the same household or anyone with direct contact with a patient's oral secretions (such as a boyfriend or girlfriend) would be considered at increased risk of getting the infection.

              There are two vaccines (Menactra and Menveo) that can prevent most cases of meningitis caused by this bacteria in people over the age of 9 months. The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends vaccination against this disease for all children 11-18 years of age. CDC recommends vaccination of children with the meningococcal vaccine at 11 or 12 years old, with a booster dose at 16 years old. Children ages 9 months-10 years old who have sickle cell anemia or problems with their immune systems should also receive the vaccine.

              One dose of meningococcal vaccine is required for students in grades 6 – 12. This is a legal requirement (Indiana Administrative Code 410 IAC 1-1-1). All students entering grades 6-12 need to have a record from the child’s doctor indicating the vaccine was given or a record of this immunization in the state immunization registry (CHIRP) prior to the start of the school year.

              Many local health departments and private healthcare providers offer this vaccine. Please contact your health care provider for specific instructions regarding your child.

              Additional information about meningococcal disease can be found at:

              The Indiana State Department of Health
              The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
              The Indiana Department of Education School Health Student Services
            • pdf
              (593 KB)
               
              Golf Scramble

                pdf Click Here (593 KB) to download a copy of this flyer.
            • Bess.jpgWelcome to the Pioneer Regional School Corporation Website. We hope you find the information available here both informative and helpful. The students and staff are very proud of their schools and we hope you join us in celebrating our successes and helping us to become even more effective in meeting the educational needs of our students. We are looking forward to another outstanding school year.

              Sincerely,
              Dr. David Bess

              • Pioneer Regional School Corp.

                Chemical Spray Application May 20, 2017 & May 21, 2017


                Proscapes will be on Pioneer Jr. Sr. High School and Pioneer Elementary grounds May 20, 2017 and May 21, 2017 for fertilizer application.

                The Armament ZnB is a spray on granular fertilizer. This will be the 22-3-11 only on the athletic fields. This product contains no herbicides or pesticides, this is just a fertilizer.

                If you have any questions please contact Kenny Wheeldon, Maintenance Director 574-721-5645
              • pdf
                (593 KB)
                 
                Golf Scramble

                  pdf Click Here (593 KB) to download a copy of this flyer.
              • Dear Parents, Guardians and Students,

                Indiana State Law IC 20-30-5-18 requires that school systems provide important information to parents and guardians of all students about meningitis and the vaccines available to prevent one type of this serious illness at the beginning of each school year.

                One type of meningitis is caused by a bacteria called Neisseria meningitidis. Infections caused by this bacteria are serious, and may lead to death. Symptoms of an infection with Neisseria meningitidis may include a high fever, headache, stiff neck, nausea, confusion and a rash. This disease can become severe very quickly and often leads to deafness, mental retardation, loss of arms or legs, and even death.

                The bacteria can mainly be spread from person to person through the exchange of nose and throat secretions. This can occur through coughing, kissing, and sneezing. The bacteria are not spread by casual contact or by simply breathing the air where a person with meningitis has been. However, sometimes the bacteria that cause meningitis have spread to other people who have had close or prolonged contact with a patient with Neisseria meningitidis. People in the same household or anyone with direct contact with a patient's oral secretions (such as a boyfriend or girlfriend) would be considered at increased risk of getting the infection.

                There are two vaccines (Menactra and Menveo) that can prevent most cases of meningitis caused by this bacteria in people over the age of 9 months. The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends vaccination against this disease for all children 11-18 years of age. CDC recommends vaccination of children with the meningococcal vaccine at 11 or 12 years old, with a booster dose at 16 years old. Children ages 9 months-10 years old who have sickle cell anemia or problems with their immune systems should also receive the vaccine.

                One dose of meningococcal vaccine is required for students in grades 6 – 12. This is a legal requirement (Indiana Administrative Code 410 IAC 1-1-1). All students entering grades 6-12 need to have a record from the child’s doctor indicating the vaccine was given or a record of this immunization in the state immunization registry (CHIRP) prior to the start of the school year.

                Many local health departments and private healthcare providers offer this vaccine. Please contact your health care provider for specific instructions regarding your child.

                Additional information about meningococcal disease can be found at:

                The Indiana State Department of Health
                The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
                The Indiana Department of Education School Health Student Services
              • Bess.jpgWelcome to the Pioneer Regional School Corporation Website. We hope you find the information available here both informative and helpful. The students and staff are very proud of their schools and we hope you join us in celebrating our successes and helping us to become even more effective in meeting the educational needs of our students. We are looking forward to another outstanding school year.

                Sincerely,
                Dr. David Bess

                • Bess.jpgWelcome to the Pioneer Regional School Corporation Website. We hope you find the information available here both informative and helpful. The students and staff are very proud of their schools and we hope you join us in celebrating our successes and helping us to become even more effective in meeting the educational needs of our students. We are looking forward to another outstanding school year.

                  Sincerely,
                  Dr. David Bess

                  • Bess.jpgWelcome to the Pioneer Regional School Corporation Website. We hope you find the information available here both informative and helpful. The students and staff are very proud of their schools and we hope you join us in celebrating our successes and helping us to become even more effective in meeting the educational needs of our students. We are looking forward to another outstanding school year.

                    Sincerely,
                    Dr. David Bess

                    • Bess.jpgWelcome to the Pioneer Regional School Corporation Website. We hope you find the information available here both informative and helpful. The students and staff are very proud of their schools and we hope you join us in celebrating our successes and helping us to become even more effective in meeting the educational needs of our students. We are looking forward to another outstanding school year.

                      Sincerely,
                      Dr. David Bess

                    • Dear Parents, Guardians and Students,

                      Indiana State Law IC 20-30-5-18 requires that school systems provide important information to parents and guardians of all students about meningitis and the vaccines available to prevent one type of this serious illness at the beginning of each school year.

                      One type of meningitis is caused by a bacteria called Neisseria meningitidis. Infections caused by this bacteria are serious, and may lead to death. Symptoms of an infection with Neisseria meningitidis may include a high fever, headache, stiff neck, nausea, confusion and a rash. This disease can become severe very quickly and often leads to deafness, mental retardation, loss of arms or legs, and even death.

                      The bacteria can mainly be spread from person to person through the exchange of nose and throat secretions. This can occur through coughing, kissing, and sneezing. The bacteria are not spread by casual contact or by simply breathing the air where a person with meningitis has been. However, sometimes the bacteria that cause meningitis have spread to other people who have had close or prolonged contact with a patient with Neisseria meningitidis. People in the same household or anyone with direct contact with a patient's oral secretions (such as a boyfriend or girlfriend) would be considered at increased risk of getting the infection.

                      There are two vaccines (Menactra and Menveo) that can prevent most cases of meningitis caused by this bacteria in people over the age of 9 months. The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends vaccination against this disease for all children 11-18 years of age. CDC recommends vaccination of children with the meningococcal vaccine at 11 or 12 years old, with a booster dose at 16 years old. Children ages 9 months-10 years old who have sickle cell anemia or problems with their immune systems should also receive the vaccine.

                      One dose of meningococcal vaccine is required for students in grades 6 – 12. This is a legal requirement (Indiana Administrative Code 410 IAC 1-1-1). All students entering grades 6-12 need to have a record from the child’s doctor indicating the vaccine was given or a record of this immunization in the state immunization registry (CHIRP) prior to the start of the school year.

                      Many local health departments and private healthcare providers offer this vaccine. Please contact your health care provider for specific instructions regarding your child.

                      Additional information about meningococcal disease can be found at:

                      The Indiana State Department of Health
                      The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
                      The Indiana Department of Education School Health Student Services
                    • pdf
                      (593 KB)
                       
                      Golf Scramble

                        pdf Click Here (593 KB) to download a copy of this flyer.
                    • Pioneer Regional School Corp.

                      Chemical Spray Application May 20, 2017 & May 21, 2017


                      Proscapes will be on Pioneer Jr. Sr. High School and Pioneer Elementary grounds May 20, 2017 and May 21, 2017 for fertilizer application.

                      The Armament ZnB is a spray on granular fertilizer. This will be the 22-3-11 only on the athletic fields. This product contains no herbicides or pesticides, this is just a fertilizer.

                      If you have any questions please contact Kenny Wheeldon, Maintenance Director 574-721-5645
                    • “We would like to thank everyone who took the time to provide us with input in our superintendent search.  We continue to work our process and know we will select the right person to fill the position.  We appreciate all the comments you have provided.”

                       
                      Respectfully,

                      The Pioneer School Board



                  • Pioneer Regional School Corp.

                    Chemical Spray Application May 20, 2017 & May 21, 2017


                    Proscapes will be on Pioneer Jr. Sr. High School and Pioneer Elementary grounds May 20, 2017 and May 21, 2017 for fertilizer application.

                    The Armament ZnB is a spray on granular fertilizer. This will be the 22-3-11 only on the athletic fields. This product contains no herbicides or pesticides, this is just a fertilizer.

                    If you have any questions please contact Kenny Wheeldon, Maintenance Director 574-721-5645
                  • Dear Parents, Guardians and Students,

                    Indiana State Law IC 20-30-5-18 requires that school systems provide important information to parents and guardians of all students about meningitis and the vaccines available to prevent one type of this serious illness at the beginning of each school year.

                    One type of meningitis is caused by a bacteria called Neisseria meningitidis. Infections caused by this bacteria are serious, and may lead to death. Symptoms of an infection with Neisseria meningitidis may include a high fever, headache, stiff neck, nausea, confusion and a rash. This disease can become severe very quickly and often leads to deafness, mental retardation, loss of arms or legs, and even death.

                    The bacteria can mainly be spread from person to person through the exchange of nose and throat secretions. This can occur through coughing, kissing, and sneezing. The bacteria are not spread by casual contact or by simply breathing the air where a person with meningitis has been. However, sometimes the bacteria that cause meningitis have spread to other people who have had close or prolonged contact with a patient with Neisseria meningitidis. People in the same household or anyone with direct contact with a patient's oral secretions (such as a boyfriend or girlfriend) would be considered at increased risk of getting the infection.

                    There are two vaccines (Menactra and Menveo) that can prevent most cases of meningitis caused by this bacteria in people over the age of 9 months. The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends vaccination against this disease for all children 11-18 years of age. CDC recommends vaccination of children with the meningococcal vaccine at 11 or 12 years old, with a booster dose at 16 years old. Children ages 9 months-10 years old who have sickle cell anemia or problems with their immune systems should also receive the vaccine.

                    One dose of meningococcal vaccine is required for students in grades 6 – 12. This is a legal requirement (Indiana Administrative Code 410 IAC 1-1-1). All students entering grades 6-12 need to have a record from the child’s doctor indicating the vaccine was given or a record of this immunization in the state immunization registry (CHIRP) prior to the start of the school year.

                    Many local health departments and private healthcare providers offer this vaccine. Please contact your health care provider for specific instructions regarding your child.

                    Additional information about meningococcal disease can be found at:

                    The Indiana State Department of Health
                    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
                    The Indiana Department of Education School Health Student Services
                  • pdf
                    (593 KB)
                     
                    Golf Scramble

                      pdf Click Here (593 KB) to download a copy of this flyer.
                  • “We would like to thank everyone who took the time to provide us with input in our superintendent search.  We continue to work our process and know we will select the right person to fill the position.  We appreciate all the comments you have provided.”

                     
                    Respectfully,

                    The Pioneer School Board



                • “We would like to thank everyone who took the time to provide us with input in our superintendent search.  We continue to work our process and know we will select the right person to fill the position.  We appreciate all the comments you have provided.”

                   
                  Respectfully,

                  The Pioneer School Board



                • Dear Parents, Guardians and Students,

                  Indiana State Law IC 20-30-5-18 requires that school systems provide important information to parents and guardians of all students about meningitis and the vaccines available to prevent one type of this serious illness at the beginning of each school year.

                  One type of meningitis is caused by a bacteria called Neisseria meningitidis. Infections caused by this bacteria are serious, and may lead to death. Symptoms of an infection with Neisseria meningitidis may include a high fever, headache, stiff neck, nausea, confusion and a rash. This disease can become severe very quickly and often leads to deafness, mental retardation, loss of arms or legs, and even death.

                  The bacteria can mainly be spread from person to person through the exchange of nose and throat secretions. This can occur through coughing, kissing, and sneezing. The bacteria are not spread by casual contact or by simply breathing the air where a person with meningitis has been. However, sometimes the bacteria that cause meningitis have spread to other people who have had close or prolonged contact with a patient with Neisseria meningitidis. People in the same household or anyone with direct contact with a patient's oral secretions (such as a boyfriend or girlfriend) would be considered at increased risk of getting the infection.

                  There are two vaccines (Menactra and Menveo) that can prevent most cases of meningitis caused by this bacteria in people over the age of 9 months. The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends vaccination against this disease for all children 11-18 years of age. CDC recommends vaccination of children with the meningococcal vaccine at 11 or 12 years old, with a booster dose at 16 years old. Children ages 9 months-10 years old who have sickle cell anemia or problems with their immune systems should also receive the vaccine.

                  One dose of meningococcal vaccine is required for students in grades 6 – 12. This is a legal requirement (Indiana Administrative Code 410 IAC 1-1-1). All students entering grades 6-12 need to have a record from the child’s doctor indicating the vaccine was given or a record of this immunization in the state immunization registry (CHIRP) prior to the start of the school year.

                  Many local health departments and private healthcare providers offer this vaccine. Please contact your health care provider for specific instructions regarding your child.

                  Additional information about meningococcal disease can be found at:

                  The Indiana State Department of Health
                  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
                  The Indiana Department of Education School Health Student Services
                • pdf
                  (593 KB)
                   
                  Golf Scramble

                    pdf Click Here (593 KB) to download a copy of this flyer.
                • Pioneer Regional School Corp.

                  Chemical Spray Application May 20, 2017 & May 21, 2017


                  Proscapes will be on Pioneer Jr. Sr. High School and Pioneer Elementary grounds May 20, 2017 and May 21, 2017 for fertilizer application.

                  The Armament ZnB is a spray on granular fertilizer. This will be the 22-3-11 only on the athletic fields. This product contains no herbicides or pesticides, this is just a fertilizer.

                  If you have any questions please contact Kenny Wheeldon, Maintenance Director 574-721-5645
              • “We would like to thank everyone who took the time to provide us with input in our superintendent search.  We continue to work our process and know we will select the right person to fill the position.  We appreciate all the comments you have provided.”

                 
                Respectfully,

                The Pioneer School Board



            • Pioneer Regional School Corp.

              Chemical Spray Application May 20, 2017 & May 21, 2017


              Proscapes will be on Pioneer Jr. Sr. High School and Pioneer Elementary grounds May 20, 2017 and May 21, 2017 for fertilizer application.

              The Armament ZnB is a spray on granular fertilizer. This will be the 22-3-11 only on the athletic fields. This product contains no herbicides or pesticides, this is just a fertilizer.

              If you have any questions please contact Kenny Wheeldon, Maintenance Director 574-721-5645
        • Dear Parents, Guardians and Students,

          Indiana State Law IC 20-30-5-18 requires that school systems provide important information to parents and guardians of all students about meningitis and the vaccines available to prevent one type of this serious illness at the beginning of each school year.

          One type of meningitis is caused by a bacteria called Neisseria meningitidis. Infections caused by this bacteria are serious, and may lead to death. Symptoms of an infection with Neisseria meningitidis may include a high fever, headache, stiff neck, nausea, confusion and a rash. This disease can become severe very quickly and often leads to deafness, mental retardation, loss of arms or legs, and even death.

          The bacteria can mainly be spread from person to person through the exchange of nose and throat secretions. This can occur through coughing, kissing, and sneezing. The bacteria are not spread by casual contact or by simply breathing the air where a person with meningitis has been. However, sometimes the bacteria that cause meningitis have spread to other people who have had close or prolonged contact with a patient with Neisseria meningitidis. People in the same household or anyone with direct contact with a patient's oral secretions (such as a boyfriend or girlfriend) would be considered at increased risk of getting the infection.

          There are two vaccines (Menactra and Menveo) that can prevent most cases of meningitis caused by this bacteria in people over the age of 9 months. The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends vaccination against this disease for all children 11-18 years of age. CDC recommends vaccination of children with the meningococcal vaccine at 11 or 12 years old, with a booster dose at 16 years old. Children ages 9 months-10 years old who have sickle cell anemia or problems with their immune systems should also receive the vaccine.

          One dose of meningococcal vaccine is required for students in grades 6 – 12. This is a legal requirement (Indiana Administrative Code 410 IAC 1-1-1). All students entering grades 6-12 need to have a record from the child’s doctor indicating the vaccine was given or a record of this immunization in the state immunization registry (CHIRP) prior to the start of the school year.

          Many local health departments and private healthcare providers offer this vaccine. Please contact your health care provider for specific instructions regarding your child.

          Additional information about meningococcal disease can be found at:

          The Indiana State Department of Health
          The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
          The Indiana Department of Education School Health Student Services
        • pdf
          (593 KB)
           
          Golf Scramble

            pdf Click Here (593 KB) to download a copy of this flyer.
        • “We would like to thank everyone who took the time to provide us with input in our superintendent search.  We continue to work our process and know we will select the right person to fill the position.  We appreciate all the comments you have provided.”

           
          Respectfully,

          The Pioneer School Board



      • Dear Parents, Guardians and Students,

        Indiana State Law IC 20-30-5-18 requires that school systems provide important information to parents and guardians of all students about meningitis and the vaccines available to prevent one type of this serious illness at the beginning of each school year.

        One type of meningitis is caused by a bacteria called Neisseria meningitidis. Infections caused by this bacteria are serious, and may lead to death. Symptoms of an infection with Neisseria meningitidis may include a high fever, headache, stiff neck, nausea, confusion and a rash. This disease can become severe very quickly and often leads to deafness, mental retardation, loss of arms or legs, and even death.

        The bacteria can mainly be spread from person to person through the exchange of nose and throat secretions. This can occur through coughing, kissing, and sneezing. The bacteria are not spread by casual contact or by simply breathing the air where a person with meningitis has been. However, sometimes the bacteria that cause meningitis have spread to other people who have had close or prolonged contact with a patient with Neisseria meningitidis. People in the same household or anyone with direct contact with a patient's oral secretions (such as a boyfriend or girlfriend) would be considered at increased risk of getting the infection.

        There are two vaccines (Menactra and Menveo) that can prevent most cases of meningitis caused by this bacteria in people over the age of 9 months. The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends vaccination against this disease for all children 11-18 years of age. CDC recommends vaccination of children with the meningococcal vaccine at 11 or 12 years old, with a booster dose at 16 years old. Children ages 9 months-10 years old who have sickle cell anemia or problems with their immune systems should also receive the vaccine.

        One dose of meningococcal vaccine is required for students in grades 6 – 12. This is a legal requirement (Indiana Administrative Code 410 IAC 1-1-1). All students entering grades 6-12 need to have a record from the child’s doctor indicating the vaccine was given or a record of this immunization in the state immunization registry (CHIRP) prior to the start of the school year.

        Many local health departments and private healthcare providers offer this vaccine. Please contact your health care provider for specific instructions regarding your child.

        Additional information about meningococcal disease can be found at:

        The Indiana State Department of Health
        The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
        The Indiana Department of Education School Health Student Services
      • “We would like to thank everyone who took the time to provide us with input in our superintendent search.  We continue to work our process and know we will select the right person to fill the position.  We appreciate all the comments you have provided.”

         
        Respectfully,

        The Pioneer School Board



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    • “We would like to thank everyone who took the time to provide us with input in our superintendent search.  We continue to work our process and know we will select the right person to fill the position.  We appreciate all the comments you have provided.”

       
      Respectfully,

      The Pioneer School Board



  • Pioneer Regional School Corp.

    Chemical Spray Application May 20, 2017 & May 21, 2017


    Proscapes will be on Pioneer Jr. Sr. High School and Pioneer Elementary grounds May 20, 2017 and May 21, 2017 for fertilizer application.

    The Armament ZnB is a spray on granular fertilizer. This will be the 22-3-11 only on the athletic fields. This product contains no herbicides or pesticides, this is just a fertilizer.

    If you have any questions please contact Kenny Wheeldon, Maintenance Director 574-721-5645
  • Dear Parents, Guardians and Students,

    Indiana State Law IC 20-30-5-18 requires that school systems provide important information to parents and guardians of all students about meningitis and the vaccines available to prevent one type of this serious illness at the beginning of each school year.

    One type of meningitis is caused by a bacteria called Neisseria meningitidis. Infections caused by this bacteria are serious, and may lead to death. Symptoms of an infection with Neisseria meningitidis may include a high fever, headache, stiff neck, nausea, confusion and a rash. This disease can become severe very quickly and often leads to deafness, mental retardation, loss of arms or legs, and even death.

    The bacteria can mainly be spread from person to person through the exchange of nose and throat secretions. This can occur through coughing, kissing, and sneezing. The bacteria are not spread by casual contact or by simply breathing the air where a person with meningitis has been. However, sometimes the bacteria that cause meningitis have spread to other people who have had close or prolonged contact with a patient with Neisseria meningitidis. People in the same household or anyone with direct contact with a patient's oral secretions (such as a boyfriend or girlfriend) would be considered at increased risk of getting the infection.

    There are two vaccines (Menactra and Menveo) that can prevent most cases of meningitis caused by this bacteria in people over the age of 9 months. The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends vaccination against this disease for all children 11-18 years of age. CDC recommends vaccination of children with the meningococcal vaccine at 11 or 12 years old, with a booster dose at 16 years old. Children ages 9 months-10 years old who have sickle cell anemia or problems with their immune systems should also receive the vaccine.

    One dose of meningococcal vaccine is required for students in grades 6 – 12. This is a legal requirement (Indiana Administrative Code 410 IAC 1-1-1). All students entering grades 6-12 need to have a record from the child’s doctor indicating the vaccine was given or a record of this immunization in the state immunization registry (CHIRP) prior to the start of the school year.

    Many local health departments and private healthcare providers offer this vaccine. Please contact your health care provider for specific instructions regarding your child.

    Additional information about meningococcal disease can be found at:

    The Indiana State Department of Health
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    The Indiana Department of Education School Health Student Services
  • pdf
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    Golf Scramble

      pdf Click Here (593 KB) to download a copy of this flyer.
  • “We would like to thank everyone who took the time to provide us with input in our superintendent search.  We continue to work our process and know we will select the right person to fill the position.  We appreciate all the comments you have provided.”

     
    Respectfully,

    The Pioneer School Board



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Chemical Spray Application May 20, 2017 & May 21, 2017


Proscapes will be on Pioneer Jr. Sr. High School and Pioneer Elementary grounds May 20, 2017 and May 21, 2017 for fertilizer application.

The Armament ZnB is a spray on granular fertilizer. This will be the 22-3-11 only on the athletic fields. This product contains no herbicides or pesticides, this is just a fertilizer.

If you have any questions please contact Kenny Wheeldon, Maintenance Director 574-721-5645

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Dear Parents, Guardians and Students,

Indiana State Law IC 20-30-5-18 requires that school systems provide important information to parents and guardians of all students about meningitis and the vaccines available to prevent one type of this serious illness at the beginning of each school year.

One type of meningitis is caused by a bacteria called Neisseria meningitidis. Infections caused by this bacteria are serious, and may lead to death. Symptoms of an infection with Neisseria meningitidis may include a high fever, headache, stiff neck, nausea, confusion and a rash. This disease can become severe very quickly and often leads to deafness, mental retardation, loss of arms or legs, and even death.

The bacteria can mainly be spread from person to person through the exchange of nose and throat secretions. This can occur through coughing, kissing, and sneezing. The bacteria are not spread by casual contact or by simply breathing the air where a person with meningitis has been. However, sometimes the bacteria that cause meningitis have spread to other people who have had close or prolonged contact with a patient with Neisseria meningitidis. People in the same household or anyone with direct contact with a patient's oral secretions (such as a boyfriend or girlfriend) would be considered at increased risk of getting the infection.

There are two vaccines (Menactra and Menveo) that can prevent most cases of meningitis caused by this bacteria in people over the age of 9 months. The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends vaccination against this disease for all children 11-18 years of age. CDC recommends vaccination of children with the meningococcal vaccine at 11 or 12 years old, with a booster dose at 16 years old. Children ages 9 months-10 years old who have sickle cell anemia or problems with their immune systems should also receive the vaccine.

One dose of meningococcal vaccine is required for students in grades 6 – 12. This is a legal requirement (Indiana Administrative Code 410 IAC 1-1-1). All students entering grades 6-12 need to have a record from the child’s doctor indicating the vaccine was given or a record of this immunization in the state immunization registry (CHIRP) prior to the start of the school year.

Many local health departments and private healthcare providers offer this vaccine. Please contact your health care provider for specific instructions regarding your child.

Additional information about meningococcal disease can be found at:

The Indiana State Department of Health
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The Indiana Department of Education School Health Student Services

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    • Corporation Office

      Pioneer Regional School Corporation
      413 S. Chicago St.
      Royal Center, IN 46978

      Dr. David Bess, Supt.
      Phone: 574-643-2605
      Fax: 574-643-9977

      Jr./Sr. High School

      Pioneer Jr./Sr. High School
      417 S. Chicago St.
      Royal Center, IN 46978

      Mr. Jeremy Tucker, Principal
      Phone: 574-643-3145
      Fax: 574-643-2020
    • Elementary School

      Pioneer Elementary School
      109 E. Black Lane
      Royal Center, IN 46978

      Dr. Beth Dean, Principal
      Phone: 574-643-2255
      Fax: 574-643-4029
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