PHS Announcements
PHS Announcements
Thursday, August 31, 2017
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICER VOTING has been fixed, but you must vote using the Homeroom 2021!  Log in and vote ASAP!  Voting will be closed at 9 AM tomorrow morning, September 1.

BOOK CLUB MEMBERS should stop by the Library today, August 31.

THE COMMUNITY SERVICE CLUB will be recycling paper today, August 31 after school.
STAFF:  Please place your blue recycling bins in the hallway after school today prior to heading to Professional Development.

COMMUNITY SERVICE CLUB MEMBERS:  Meet in room D114 at 1:20pm today, August 31.

SENIORS:  Common Application Workshop today, August 31 from 1:15-2:10 in the Career Center; bring your laptop.

CHECK OUT THE PHS LITTLE FREE LIBRARY ON WHEELS this week near room F110.
  • Borrow a book to enjoy; return it when you finish.
  • Share a book you might want to donate.
  • Write a mini book review right on the shelf!
  • Read something for fun and new ideas today!
  • Stay tuned for next week's Little Free Library location - we move through the school to take you places with books!
Brought to you by the Literacy Focus Group

ATTENTION JUNIORS AND SENIORS:  National Honor Society applications are due tomorrow, September 1.

SUMMER READING FORMS are due to the Library tomorrow, September 1.

ALL STUDENTS ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND THE EID (EED) PARTY hosted by the Muslim Student Association after school on Tuesday, September 5 in room G101.

CALLING ALL DANCERS!  If you are interested in being a part of the Drill Team program, now is your chance!  Winter tryouts will be held Tuesday, September 12 and Thursday, September 14 from 4:30-6:30pm in the upper gym.  Swing by the Activities Office to pick up an information packet.  You will need a physical on file to participate in the tryout.

THE WORD OF THE WEEK IS AESTHETIC.  Here are our Opposite Day Antonyms: grotesque, hideous

FOR MORE ANNOUNCEMENTS, go to the PHS website, phs.psdr3.org

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

WANT BETTER GRADES?  Students that attend school at a rate of 90% or higher achieve better grades than students who miss school on a regular basis.  The goal for PHS students is to attend school at a rate of 90% or higher.  90% attendance or higher is required to purchase tickets to all school dances and a parking sticker.  Track your attendance percentage rate by logging on to Power School.