PHS Announcements
PHS Announcements
Monday, May 8, 2017

THE OUTSTANDING SENIOR ARTIST ART EXHIBIT is open to the public everyday from 2:30 - 3:30pm through this Friday, May 12 in the Auditorium Lobby.

SENIORS:  Complete the Senior Plans and Senior Awards Survey posted on the Moodle Homeroom.  All Seniors should complete the survey regardless of their plans or attendance at Senior Awards Night.

SOPHOMORES:  Youth Leadership St. Louis applications are due today, May 8 to Ms. Passarelli, room D111; only current Sophomores are eligible to apply.

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN A CAREER IN LAW ENFORCEMENT such as police officer, dispatcher, FBI, DEA, etc?  Stop by the Bridgeton Police Department table during lunch today, May 8 in the Commons to learn more about the Explorer's Program.

PIRATE PETE'S has summer clothes, shoes, purses, and belts.  Clean out your closet and donate your gently worn clothes and leave with something new.  Located in C203.  Stop by and check us out, before or after school.

INTERNATIONAL CLUB is hosting its annual henna tattoo fundraiser all week during lunches.  The cost: $2 donation for small hand henna design and $5 donation for larger hand design.

ALL STUDENTS:  Interested in Science Careers?  9-12 grades are invited to attend the Science Careers Lunch and Learn tomorrow, May 9 from 11:30am-12:30pm.  Meet scientists in biology, chemistry, research, environmental engineering, dietetics, and more.  Sign up in the Guidance Office.

DETENTIONS FOR TOMORROW, MAY 9 will be held in G201, the ISS room.

AUTHORS OF TELL ME THREE THINGS AND THE GOODBYE DAYS are coming to the PHS Library this Wednesday, May 10.  For more info, ask the Library staff.  

THERE WILL BE NO AFTER-SCHOOL TUTORING tomorrow, May 9 due to the faculty meeting; the Library and the Math Help Center will both be closed tomorrow after school.

BOYS BASKETBALL:  Open gym starts this Thursday night, May 11 from 6pm to 8pm.

THE WORD OF THE WEEK IS VET.  In informal usage, “vet” is often a noun that is short for “veterinarian” or “veteran”.  The origin of the verb “to vet” relates to veterinary medicine and the vetting of animals to determine their fitness for horse racing.  However, as a verb in more general use, to vet is to check or validate information, ideas, or the credentials of a person.

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Remember the Pirate Code.  Be Respectful.  Be Responsible.  Be Involved.

ACTIVITIES PHYSICAL EXAMS WILL BE OFFERED at Pattonville High School on July 13 from 6-8 pm.   Students entering grades 9-12 at PHS in 2017-18 may register by contacting the Activities Office before the July 5 registration deadline.  Cost is $30 (cash only) payable on exam day.