|Thursday, April 13, 2017|
TODAY, APRIL 13 IS A C DAY; 1:14 DISMISSAL
THERE WILL BE NO SCHOOL for PHS tomorrow, April 14 due to Spring Holiday.
THE WEIGHT ROOM will be closed after school today, April 13.
CONTACT TIME MEETINGS FOR TODAY, APRIL 13:
CLASS OFFICER CANDIDATES are posted on the STUCO Store window. Campaign flyers must be submitted to the Activities Office for approval before posting in the building. The election is April 25-27 on the Moodle.
SENIORS: Auditions to give Graduation speeches will be on Friday, April 28 at 2:30pm. in room D107. Your speech must be no more than 3 minutes and you will need a typewritten manuscript to submit at the audition. See Mr. Lopinot if you have questions or concerns or to reserve a time.
THE MATH HELP CENTER will be closed after school today, April 13 and also next Tuesday & Wednesday, April 18 & 19.
THE COMMUNITY SERVICE CLUB will be recycling paper today, April 13 after school.
STAFF: Please place your blue recycling bins in the hallway after school today prior to heading to Professional Development.
COME SEE THE ONE-ACT PLAYS Monday, April 17 and Tuesday, April 18 at 7pm in room A213. Tickets are $3 and you can get them from Ms. Corvera or at the door.
PHS PTO GRANT APPLICATIONS are due on Monday, April 17 to the Activities Office. See the application, available online under PTO, for more detailed requirements.
DETENTIONS TUESDAY, APRIL 18, WILL BE HELD IN THE ISS ROOM - G201.
THERE WILL BE NO AFTER-SCHOOL TUTORING Tuesday, April 18 due to the faculty meeting.
ATTENTION STUDENTS WHO ARE TAKING THE AP EXAMS OFF CAMPUS: A required transportation permission form has been posted on your Homeroom Moodle. Please fill out the form, get it signed, and turn it in to Mrs. Michel by Wednesday, April 19.
PROM IS FRIDAY, MAY 5 at the Westport Sheraton Chalet. TICKET SALES begin next week during all lunch sessions. Ticket prices are $55 Monday-Friday, April 17-21 and $65 Monday, April 24-Wednesday, April 26. Your school ID is required to purchase a ticket.
THE WORD OF THE WEEK IS STAGNANT. Synonyms for stagnant include: dormant, stale, static, inert, lifeless, and sluggish.
SOFT SKILL OF THE WEEK IS TIME MANAGEMENT. Time management is the art of simply being on time, which includes delivering things before deadlines as well as being on time for work and meetings. This is achieved by being organized and sticking to a schedule that you have created. You may not be able to create more time in your day, but applying time management skills can help you make the most of the time you do have!
FOR MORE ANNOUNCEMENTS AND COLLEGE REP VISITS, go to the PHS website, phs.psdr3.org
Remember the Pirate Code. Be Respectful. Be Responsible. Be Involved.
THANK YOU TO ALL THAT HELPED IN ORGANIZING AND PARTICIPATING IN THE PEYTON PALS' GAME. Peyton Pals has helped children and families that face the challenges of Fox G1 and bring awareness to this rare disorder. FOXG1 is a severe neurological condition characterized by seizures, small head size, inability to control body movements, and lack of speech. While the spectrum of abilities is broad depending on the exact genetic mutation, many children and few adults cannot walk or talk. Since the condition is rare there is lack of funding and support for these children and families. So thank you for supporting and bringing awareness to the cause. Order forms and t-shirts will be in the STUCO Store or see Ms. Lopez.
SUPPORT PATTONVILLE ROBOTICS: Join us at Chipotle (3533 McKelvey Road in Bridgeton) this evening between 5:00-9:00pm. Pick up a flyer in the Front Office, or show it on your smartphone, or tell the cashier you're supporting the Pattonville Robotics Fundraising Cause… 50% of the proceeds will be donated to the Pattonville Robotics.
ALL STUDENTS ARE INVITED TO THE BUSINESS CAREERS LUNCH AND LEARN on Friday, April 21. Learn about careers in accounting, finance, human resources, marketing, and business from business professionals. Sign up in the Guidance Office.
JUNIORS: Will you be the 1st in your family to earn a 4-year college degree? If so, apply for the College Academy and get a head-start on your college applications, financial aid, and scholarships. See Mrs. Luraschi for a brief application.
COLLEGE FAIR AT MARYVILLE UNIVERSITY on Sunday, April 23: 65 colleges attending. Pick up info in the College Center.
"ATTENDANCE BATTLE OF CLASSES" THROUGH APRIL 7.
1st Place - Juniors - 90%
2nd Place - Freshmen - 88%
3rd Place - Sophomores - 87%
4th Place - Seniors - 86%
STUDENTS: Remember… 90% attendance = PROM, Ice Cream, Parking Sticker & BETTER grades.
Be sure to track your attendance percentage by logging on to Power School.