Pioneer Valley HS

September 18, 2017

Issue 22, Vol. 3

Sports:  
                        
Tues    19-Sep    3:30    G V Tennis @ Arroyo Grande           
Tues    19-Sep    3:30    G JV Tennis vs Arroyo Grande           
Tues    19-Sep    4/5/6    F/JV/V Vball vs SLO           
Tues    19-Sep    4:30    BWPolo @ Paso Robles           
Tues    19-Sep    2:30    G Golf @ Paso Robles CC
            
Thurs    21-Sep    4:00    FR Fball @ Dos Pueblos           
Thurs    21-Sep    3:30    G V Tennis vs Atascadero           
Thurs    21-Sep    3:30    G JV Tennis @ Atascadero           
Thurs    21-Sep    4/5/6    F/JV/V/ Vball @ Arroyo Grande

Thurs    21-Sep    2:30     G Golf @ Dairy Creek
            
Fri    22-Sep    4:00    JV Football vs SMHS           
Fri    22-Sep    7:00    V Football vs SMHS           
Fri-Sat    Sept 22-23    TBA    B Wpolo @ RHS Novice Tourney
            
Sat    23-Sep    9:00    Xcountry @ Atascadero

Sports & Activities

Activities:

Monday, September 18

 

Music Day - dress up in your favorite kind of music attire

Key Club - lunch - library

 

 

Tuesday, September 19

 

Dynamic Duo Day - dress up as your favorite Dynamic Duo - with one of your friends

PV Smash - Lunch - Room 611

Homecoming Petitions Available - Room 508

BSU - lunch - Room 603

 

Wednesday, September 20

 

What Not to Wear Wednesday - Fashion Faux Pas

FCA - Lunch - Room 555

GLO Club - lunch - Room 614

 

Thursday, September 21

 

Athletes vs Mathletes - High School Musical Edition

UNICEF Club - lunch - Room 214

Club Salsa Caliente - Lunch - Room 603

 

Friday, September 22

 

Panther Pride Day

Panther Rally at lunch

Freshman Class President voting - at lunch in the amphitheater

War with Korea??

North Korea’s most recent threat to Japan, our ally, increases tensions further. Is war imminent?

Look for survey results in this Friday's issue of the PT's

The Beauty Corner

Sometimes it can be a real hassle to find a good skincare product that works for your skin type and keeps helping you improve your skin. Lucky for you, we found a few skincare products that you can try yourself and start to love. 

Mario Badescu Facial Spray with Aloe, Herbs, and Rosewater

  • This facial spray is great to use as a primer when doing your makeup and as asetting spray when finishing your makeup

  • This facial spray is also great to use for hot weather to hydrate your skin throughout the day

This product retails for $7 for the 4oz bottle and $12 for the 8oz bottle on the Mario Badescu web site https://www.mariobadescu.com/product/facial-spray-with-aloe-herbs-and-rosewater

Ology Oatmeal & Honey soap bar

  • This soap is great to use to wash and clean your face in the morning and night

  • This soap has actual pieces of oatmeal that help exfoliate naturally

  • This soap isn’t necessarily just for your face so you can also use it to shower

  • This soap comes in a pack of 3 and it retails for $4.99 at Walgreens

Mario Badescu Drying Lotion

  • This lotions helps spot treat unwanted blemishes

  • The lotion is composed of two layers the first layer is a salicylic acid layer and the bottom layer is a calamine layer.

  • You are supposed to dip a cotton swab inside the solution and get to the second layer and add that to you blemishes and sleep on it by the morning you will see that the redness of your blemishes reduced a significant amount

  • This product retails for $17 for a 1oz glass bottle on the Mario

FreemanGel Mask + Scrub

  • This scrub is great to use when your skin feels a little dry and needs a boost

  • This product retails for $4.29 at Bed Bath and Beyond

Shea Moisture African Black Soap

  • This soap is great to use mornings and nights

  • This product retails for $4.99 at Target

Clean and Clear dual action moisturizer

  • This moisturizer is great for anyone who has dry skin because it moisturizes to make your skin feel soft and healthy

  • It’s great to use in more dry weather or during the winter when you feel your skin needs an extra boost

  • This moisturizer retails for $4.99 at Target

Makeup Remover cleansing towelettes by Neutrogena

  • These makeup removing towelettes are great to use when removing your makeup they are especially great to remove waterproof mascara or any waterproof makeup product

  • These 25 pre-moistened wipes retail for $4.49 at Target

Hell-Pore Clean Up Mask

 

  • This mask helps to remove impurities from your face like whiteheads and blackheads

 

  • A tip is to NOT use this product super close to your eyes because this product contains alcohol which makes the product have a strong smell which can make your eyes water and burn

  • This product costs $13.99 online on Walmart.com

Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask

  • This mask is great to use when your skin fells it needs a little freshness

  • It is great mask to use to make your skin feel clean and refreshed

  • This mask starts to foam after a while you had it in your face

  • This mask retails for $20 on Amazon

Olay Professional Pro X

  • This face cleansing brush is great to use when you are washing your face and you want a deeper clean

  • This brush removes any left over makeup that your makeup remover couldn’t take off and any dirt.

  • This brush retails for $29.99 at Target

Neutrogena Alcohol-Free Toner

  • This toner is great to use to prep your skin after you’ve washed yourface and you are ready to use your face serums and lotions

  • This toner retails for $5.99 at Target

St. Ives Fresh Skin Apricot Scrub

  • This face scrub is great to use after a long day and whenever your skin needs a little boost

  • This scrub removes any surface dirt and leftover makeup but also gives you a deeper cleanse

  • This product retails for $3.64 at Target

What do you think is the most important thing when it comes to taking care of your skin?

“I think it’s really good that us women should clean our faces because it helps us look our best and feel good about how clear our skin looks but I really don’t get that much acne so I just wash my face with regular face wash twice a day.”

What is your favorite skin care product and why?

“My favorite skin care product would be my moisturizer because I have really dry skin so I just get mine at any store where they sell skin care products.”

Do you have a skin care routine? If so are you strict with it?

“I wash my face twice a day and yes I’m very well strict with my routine.”

Is skin care something you make very important in your life?

“Not really because it’s everyday routine for me but I take it seriously though I would like to improve on it more.”

For people who don’t know much about skin care, what would be your number one tip?

“I would let them know that if they want to take care of their skin they would have to be really committed to what their routine is and follow that every day.”

-Serena Andrade (11)

What do you think is the most important thing when it comes to taking care of your skin?

"I think the most important thing is to take care of your skin is to avoid getting infections."

What is your favorite skin care product?

                            "My favorite skin care product is the Self-Preserving Ocean Salt Face Scrub."

Are you strict with your skin care?

                            "Yes, every day, morning and night, I scrub my face three times a week."

Is skin care something important or very relevant in your life?

                            "I think skin care is very important."

To people who don’t know much about skin care, what do you think would be the most important tip they should know?

                            "To exfoliate there, face at least three times a week." – Oralia Velasco (10)

What do you think is the most important thing when it comes to taking care of your skin?

“The most important thing when it comes to taking care of my skin would have to be knowing what skin type I have and how to cleanse it properly.”

What’s your favorite skincare product?

“My favorite skincare product would have to be either aloe vera or black soap because they both helped my scars fade and got rid of my actual acne.”

Do you have a skincare routine and are you strict with it?

“Yes, every day I wash my face with black soap, dab to dry, put some aloe vera on, then rub E oil on my skin and put lotion on that has no fragrance because all of that and chemicals makes me break out, so yes I’m pretty strict with it.”

Is skin care something you make very important in your life?

 “Yes, because I struggled with acne for like three years and I remembered it was so stressful and it made me super insecure and shy and I never really wanted to go back to feeling that way. It’s very important for me to take care and maintain my skin so I can feel good on the outside and the inside.”

 For people that don’t know much about skincare what would be your number one tip?

 “First to figure out what type of skin you have (by a dermatologist) and what will work for it.”

 -Maria Guadalupe Mungia (12)

What’s your skincare routine? Do you take it seriously?

“My skincare routine is to wash my face daily. I do take skincare seriously.”

What would you recommend people to use as a daily skincare product?

“I don’t have a recommendation for a skincare product because I don’t use any products.”

 What’s one tip you’d give people to maintain their skin healthy?

 “One tip I’d give people to maintain their skin healthy is to eat right because what you eat can affect your skin.”

-Aracely Moreno (12)

Involvement in theater is one of the most beneficial experiences that a high school student can have. Our theater arts program holds very outgoing students who aren't afraid to act in front of others. For a teenager in this world today, the theater can provide an outlet to be creative. For example, the students that are in our theater arts class present themselves with a lot of confidence which allows them to express their inner personalities. Already, with in the first 4 weeks of school, they have turned in a short silent movie which turned out amazing!

Express Yourself

-Keydi Gracida

‘Theatre arts will and has helped me in the future because I can speak up more easily rather than being shy or not being able to say my opinion on things. It also lets people be creative because you get to express our own ideas, then being able to put them all together and show the whole class what's your point of view on things." -Chely Moreno (12)

“These kinds of classes help you learn and grow as a person. Not only that, but it lets you stand out and get out of your comfort zone. I think my pantomime was hard because you had to act without speaking and the improvising wasn’t any easier." -Dulce Herrera (11)

"I feel like this class will help me in the future because it’s a classroom where you can be yourself and have a good time. I had fun doing my pantomime because I couldn’t be serious due to my partner laughing all the time but it just shows that it can be fun!" -Jennifer Ortega (12)

”Theatre arts is a means of expressing yourself. As creative as you are it comes across like your art form. I would recommend to take this class because it's fun and it will help in the future with public speaking. It also helps you be less of an introvert." -Daniel Geiger (12)

"Drama is going to develop your inner skills. This class lets you be creative because you put your thought into the act. Also, my pantomime was fun because it helped me be myself." Leslie Mora (11)

Panthers Struggle with Eagles

-Brenda Linares &  Elizabeth Morales

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Noodle Challenge

Certain PVHS teachers were selected to have a jar in their classroom to raise money for the people affected by Hurricane Harvey in Texas and Hurricane Irma in Florida. The first-place winner for raising money was Mr. O’Neil with $105. For the spicy noodle eating challenge, Mr.Ilac took the win for first place. The Santa Maria Saints, Righetti Warriors, and Pioneer Valley Panthers all worked together to have $1,500 to donate to the ones affected by the Hurricanes.

-Andrea Meza & David Penaloza

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Q: What was the rate on the soup from 1- 10 ?

A: Well it came in stages, the top part where it first started it was like 4 or 5 but then you got to the bottom where all the sauce was and everything it was a seven. Then the after math was a 10 and the only thing that is helping is the ice-cream.  

Q: What was your game plan for winning this challenge?

A: My plan was put it all in there, swallow it, and deal with the consequences later. Which I am now, as of being done for 15 minutes now my mouth is still on raging fire. My whole idea was this fat guy can eat a lot of food so, I'm just going to shove it down my throat and deal with it later; that was my plan.

 Q: What was your reaction when you got the email for the challenge?

A: I figured since I deal with a lot of the seniors, seniors usually being the ones who are most involved with fundraising and things on campus. So I thought it was pretty probable that I was going to get picked because more than half the classes I teach are seniors. I just felt like, it's probably going to happen so when it happened I was just like "Alright. Let's do it. Let's go."