New Bell Schedule After Spring Break!

Upon students return from the Spring Break, on Monday, April 2, 2018, Palomar will be instituting a new bell schedule. Start and end times for the day will remain the same, with passing periods being lengthened and break times changing. Please review the new bell schedule here, to ensure your student is arriving to school on time for their first period.

Lunch will be served only once daily on the new schedule, so afternoon students will need to plan to arrive a little early during the lunch period prior to the start of sixth period.


Spirit Week: Friday, Nov. 3

We wrap up Red Ribbon Spirit Week, in which we bring focus to the dangers of drug use and trafficking in our community, with a show of school spirit. Wear your  Palomar Panthers gear and black and purple school colors!


Spirit Week: Thursday, Nov. 2

Today we will be celebrating Dia de los Muertos campus wide. Wear something that reminds you of a loved one who has passed. You can learn more about the history of this tradition on the breaks as well as honoring them at our Palomar oferenda.


Spirit Week: Wednesday, Nov. 1

Wear a t-shirt or outfit that reflects your drug-free high activity of choice! What do you do that gives you a natural high? Do you skateboard? Cook? Run 5ks? Sing in a band? Showcase it on WEDNESDAY!


Spirit Week: Monday October 30

Make sure you find a partner today to plan your outfit for Monday, October 30, because it’s TWIN DAY!

Get wild, get creative, just make sure you’re twinning!

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny Devito wearing the same outfit from the movie "Twins"


Misfit Sock Day to Combat Bullying- Friday 10/27

Next week is Red Ribbon Spirit Week! Each day will have a fun theme. Check the poster in the lunch area for details, and watch the posted announcements here!

We will kick it off a day early on FRIDAY, October 27, with Misfit Sock day.

October is National Anti-Bullying Month. The Misfit Sock movement asks people to celebrate what makes them different and take a stand against bullying by wearing misfit socks with purpose: to celebrate what makes us different. Many kids hide their differences for fear of being bullied. Taking a stand as a school community sends a strong message that DIFFERENCES MATTER.

As a nationwide movement, last year over a million people participated.


You can learn more about the movement on the Misfit Sock Movement website.

Celebrate what makes you different, take a stand against bullying. Wear Misfit socks. Million misfit sock march, October 27, 2017.

                   2017 Misfit Sock Movement Flyer