• Pioneer Trailblazers Mascot

    Welcome to Pioneer School, The Home of the Mighty Trailblazers! 

    As we kick off the beginning of the new school year with distance learning, the Pioneer School staff are more than prepared and ready to meet our students online. Embracing the opportunity to learn in a non-traditional way may present some challenges; I encourage everyone to stay positive and focused. Teachers are prepared to set our students up for success. They are committed to teach from a distance and I ask that our Trailblazers commit to learning all they possibly can online. Together we will see it through. It is important that students log in every morning. School attendance counts every day! Attendance will be taken every school day. 

    Every instructional minute matters, even during distance learning. Thank you for helping your child stay connected so that they can fully participate in their learning. If wifi connectivity is something your household needs, please contact the school, so that we can help. We have solutions and answers. 

     The Pioneer School staff look forward to seeing your child online while they participate in class and of course, on campus when we can safely do that. I understand that these times are unprecedented. If you need any support which will make your situation a positive one, please never hesitate to reach out and contact the school. Pioneer’s phone number is (661) 474-4911. Be safe, stay well and have a Mighty day!



    Ms. Anna Wyatt



  • Coronavirus Message

    Although there are no reported cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Kern County, the Delano Union School District is taking proactive measures to keep our students healthy and safe. Across the district, administrators, teachers, and staff are reminding students that the most effective way to stay healthy and minimize the spread of infectious disease is to follow some basic health practices

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  • Aeries Parent Portal

    DUESD is proud to provide access to the Aeries Parent Portal for students grades 6th, 7th, and 8th grades.

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  • Say Something Sandy Hook Promise

    Say Something is a youth violence prevention program from Sandy Hook Promise – a national violence prevention organization. Say Something Anonymous Reporting System allows youth and adults to submit secure & anonymous safety concerns to help identify and intervene upon at-risk individuals BEFORE they hurt themselves or others.

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