|Wednesday, February 7, 2018|
ANIME CLUB will meet today, February 7 from 2:15 to 4pm in B111.
THE AFRICAN AMERICAN ACHIEVERS SOCIETY (TRIPLE A) will meet today, February 7 from 2:30 to 5:30pm and tomorrow, February 8 from 2:30 to 5:00pm in room H215. All members should attend.
NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETY will have a brief meeting after school today, February 7.
THE SCIENCE ACT REVIEW CLASS will be held tonight, February 7 in room F116 from 6-8pm.
SENIORS: Come to the Understanding Your Financial Aid Award & Finding Scholarships program tonight, February 7 from 7-8:30pm. in the PHS Auditorium; bring your financial aid letters & questions.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN TEACHING SWIM LESSONS TO YOUNGER, BEGINNING LEVEL CHILDREN AND ENJOY THE WATER, please contact Ms. Patrick in Guidance or Mr. Thompson. Swim lessons will begin at the Pattonville Aquatic Complex beginning February 13.
STUDENTS WHO HAVE TAKEN CHILD DEVELOPMENT: If you have 1st lunch and need Community Service hours, please see Mrs. Twila Harris in E203. She is taking applications for students who want to help preschoolers during lunch on Mondays and Tuesdays of 2nd Semester beginning February 12.
COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITY: Table workers are needed at the Junior Pirate Wrestling Tournament this Sunday, February 11. Wrestling starts at 9:00am; be here at 8:30am. Sign in with Ms. Patrick on Sunday morning in the Commons.
NORTH TECH IS CURRENTLY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR STUDENTS that are interested in attending during the 2018-2019 school year. If you are a student that would like to begin focusing on a career direction, complete an application at northtechnical.org or visit the Guidance Office. Mrs. Jones, the admissions representative, looks forward to speaking with you about your future.
SENIORS: New scholarships are posted on Family Connections. See Mrs. Luraschi if you need assistance.
BASEBALL PLAYERS: Anyone planning on trying out for Baseball this spring should attend a meeting tomorrow, February 8 during Contact Time in the Multi-Purpose Room. See Coach Simpson or Coach Fink for a pass.
THE COMMUNITY SERVICE CLUB will be recycling paper tomorrow, February 8 after school.
STUDENTS: Do you dabble in creative writing, write song lyrics, perform poetry on the side, have an essay that made you really proud, keep a journal, etc.? Take that writing passion to the next level and consider sharing those talents on stage at Writers Week. Ask an English teacher for more details about Writers Week and pick up an application. Deadline for submissions is this Friday, February 9. It's time to let your voice be heard.
THE LOST & FOUND, LOCATED IN THE FRONT OFFICE, has many unclaimed hoodies, coats, clothing, water bottles, and drinking glasses. If yours is missing, stop by the Front Office to claim it today. Items not claimed will be donated to charity this Friday, February 9.
THE WORD OF THE WEEK IS PARADIGM (pear - ah - dime). It comes from the Greek words “para”, which means beside, and “deigma” (pronounced dime ah), which means to show.
FOR MORE ANNOUNCEMENTS, go to the PHS website, phs.psdr3.org
Remember the Pirate Code. Be Respectful. Be Responsible. Be Involved.
STUCO APPLICATIONS are available in the Activities Office, STUCO store, and outside room D212.
INTERNATIONAL CLUB will be selling carnations for Valentine's Day during all lunches this week. Let your BFF or that special someone know how much they mean to you!