|Thursday, April 11, 2019|
STUDENTS: If you have not yet updated your laptop to Mojave, please take your laptop to iLearn (room F218) immediately to update. Students who do not update this week will have their laptops locked down until an update occurs.
STUDENTS: During lunch, please take care of your trash and tables after you are finished eating. Also, please push in your chair or return the chair to the table where you found it.
JUNIORS: Do you want to know how to do a college visit, what to ask, who to see? Come to the workshop and experience a live tour of Grand Canyon University in Arizona today, April 11 after school from 1:30-2:15pm in the College Center. There will be snacks and prizes, too. Sign up in the College Center.
DID YOU KNOW THAT THERE'S A HAT DAY TOMORROW, APRIL 12? Visit the booth in the Commons during your lunch session today to purchase your $1 sticker for tomorrow. All proceeds go to Big Cat Rescue.
PROM IS FRIDAY, MAY 3:
PHS PTO GRANTS: Are you attending a camp this summer? PHS PTO Grants are available for students attending an Academic, Fine Arts or Leadership program or camp. Applications are available online under PTO. The Application must be filled out completely and returned, with all supporting documents, to the Activities Office on or before Monday, April 15. See the application for more detailed requirements.
SENIORS: Jostens will be here next Thursday, April 18 in the gym lobby to deliver Senior Announcements.
SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE: The PNEA and Sheila Webb Scholarships are due on Friday, April 19. PNEA is open to anyone, and Sheila Webb is for students majoring in Education. See Mrs. Kuhn with any questions.
FOR MORE ANNOUNCEMENTS, go to the PHS website, phs.psdr3.org
Remember the Pirate Code. Be Respectful. Be Responsible. Be Involved.
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS TAKING THE ACT THIS SATURDAY, APRIL 13 AT PHS: Check-in will begin at 7:30a.m. Use the front entrance under the Bridge. Be sure to bring a photo I.D., ACT Admission Ticket, pencils and a calculator. We strongly recommend that you leave cell phones, smart watches, ear buds and air pods at home or in your cars. This is a national college entrance exam and your best behavior is expected; anyone who disrupts the test environment will be asked to leave and your test will not be scored.
SENIORS INTERESTED IN ATTENDING ST LOUIS COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Sign up for the Class Registration Field Trip on Tuesday, April 16. See Mrs. Luraschi for a form.
ALL STUDENTS INTERESTED IN ENGINEERING CAREERS: Sign up for the Engineering Careers Lunch on Wednesday, April 17 and meet a variety of engineers. Sign up on Naviance or in Counseling.
JUNIORS: Will you be the first in your family to graduate college with a 4-year Degree? Sign up for the College Academy and get all the information you need. Stop by the College Center to sign up.
ARE YOU GOING TO PROM? DO YOU HAVE ANY FINES? If so, all Fines must be paid in order to purchase a Prom ticket. Check your fine balance in PowerSchool. See Mrs. Mason, in the Finance Office, to pay fines or if you have any questions. Pay your fines today to avoid long lines next week.