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Plaza Robles Mission Statement


It is the mission of Plaza Robles High School to provide a unique educational setting to assist students in reaching their academic and personal goals.  The school promotes respect for cultural diversity and inspires integrity and respect of self and others. The Plaza Robles staff provides alternative strategies for students to access the curriculum. These classroom practices foster intellectual and social development and engage students in problem-solving, higher-order thinking skills, and learning activities that make the subject matter relevant to daily life. Furthermore, through the daily incorporation of our Schoolwide Learner Outcomes, we equip students with the skills and knowledge that empower them to be ethical, literate, responsible, and contributing members of their community.                                     

Principal's Message

Dear Students, Parents, and Community of Plaza Robles High School:


I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself.  My name is Yuri Penermon and I am honored to have been selected by the Board of Education as your new Principal of Plaza Robles High School.  I am excited to be given the opportunity to support students, teachers, parents, and staff in maintaining the traditions of excellence and achievement for all students attending Plaza Robles High School.


I bring to Lodi my recent experience as an Executive Director and Principal of Natomas High School in the Natomas Unified School District, Principal of James Rutter Middle School in the Elk Grove Unified School District, and Vice Principal of Sheldon High School in Elk Grove School District. During my tenure in Elk Grove Unified, I also worked as a teacher at both T.R. Smedberg Middle School and Sheldon High School where I taught English, theatre, and business communications.  In all of these positions I worked closely with students and staff on academic leadership, campus climate, student programs, discipline, and in helping to maintain a strong 7-12 grade articulation plan, thus giving students a seamless 7-12 educational experience. My other administrative experience comes from being a Program Manager at the Sacramento County Office of Education in addition to the twenty years as an educator in Natomas and Elk Grove Unified School Districts.  At the county office I worked with middle and high schools throughout the county along with Juvenile Hall and Boys Ranch encouraging students to make positive productive choices.    


In addition to being a dedicated educator, I am also a proud father of three kids.  As an educator and a parent, I am proud to be in the Lodi Unified School District and am dedicated to ensuring a quality education for all students.

Over the next few months, I will be transitioning into my new role.  Once school begins, I look forward to opportunities of meeting students, parents, and the community at our various events, meetings, or individually and discuss ideas, plans, and any questions you may have.  In the meantime look for me out and about on campus in the morning, during lunch, or after school and introduce yourself.  I look forward to working with you and your children along with the community of Plaza Robles High School to build pride, respect, and academic excellence at our school. 


Please take time to familiarize yourself with the academic, attendance, and behavioral expectations of our school. This will insure that you will be contributing to a positive and productive school environment from the very first day of your attendance.


One of our annual school-wide priorities will continue to be improving school attendance. Regular school attendance is crucial to being successful in student’s quest for obtaining a high school diploma. Attendance will be monitored very closely and students who do not attend regularly will be required to have a conference with the principal. At this meeting, an Attendance Contract will be developed and immediately put into action. Failure to comply with this contract will result in consequences, which can result in the student being withdrawn from Plaza Robles High School. Mandatory state attendance laws require notification to parents of truant students. Irregular attendance negatively affects class progress, grades, and graduation.

This handbook will acquaint you with the practices and procedures employed at Plaza Robles High School. The school’s mission is to provide students with a smaller learning environment; more individualize attention, easier access to needed course requirements, better home/school communication, and the ability to work with staff to maximize each students’ potential. Parents are encouraged to work with the school in supporting students’ regular and timely attendance as they work towards completion of the Lodi Unified School District graduation and testing requirements.



Yuri Penermon





Plaza Robles High School

Security Update

In an effort to maintain a safe and secure campus the front door to the office at Plaza Robles will remain locked throughout the school day. We ask that visitors ring the bell located just to the right of the doors. This will alert the office staff to your presence. Thank you in advance for your cooperation in our efforts to maintain a safe and secure campus. 

Schoolwide Learner Outcomes

Plaza Robles High School students will demonstrate Literacy, Mastery, and Responsibility:

Literate Students will

  • Be able to speak, write and read Standard English.
  • Be able to read, comprehend and ...more
Today: 8/23/17

After School Intervention


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