Today is Friday, May 27th and it is a B-day!
There are no Happy Birthday wishes today but we do have Early Happy Birthday wishes for Zachary, Hunter, Bostyn Duquette, Cameron Sault, Alaire Allen and Hunter DeMar!!
Also, Early Happy Birthday Wishes for our Athletic Coordinator, Mr. Hartmann!!
Today we are on a different Bell Schedule. Please check the Bulletin Boards. There will be NO BELLS so please listen the announcements. Thank you.
Tickets for Mary Poppins performances, June 9-12, are on sale daily in the Health Office. Come to see our Drama Club students and see a few of our PHS teachers perform! Get your tickets before they sell out, you won’t want to miss it!
The Unified Basketball Team will be leaving today at 11:30 and 12:30. Please refer to the Attendance for more information.
Starting today, the Senior Class officers are organizing a coin drop in order to raise funds for our upcoming senior picnic and banquet. Senior banquet will be held at the Westside Ballroom from 6-10pm on June 17th. The picnic will be held at PHS, on the turf during the school day, on Friday, June 3rd.
Each teacher has assembled a group or pair to participate in this coin drop. These teams will be comprised of:
Team 1- Mrs. Bouayadi, Mrs. Relation, and Mrs. Charlebois
Team 2- Mr. Piccirillo and Mr. Mousseau
Team 3- Ms. Lahart and Mrs. Oshier
Team 4- Mrs. Patel-Dame and Ms. Nadge
Team 5- Mr. Boulé and Mr. Champagne
Team 6- Mrs. Prescott and Mrs. Armstrong
Team 7- Mr. Carpenter-Kerr and Mrs. Boutin
Team 8- Mr. Bordeau, Mr. Manney, and Mr. Lavalley
Team 9- Mrs. Baker and Mr. Fulmer
Team 10- Mr. Valenzuela and Mrs. Maggy
Each team/teacher will have a bucket in their classroom and will be collecting money until 12:30pm on Friday.
There will be two winning teams announced at the mini-Olympics, and each winning team will be able to choose a losing team to get a pie thrown in the face at the end of the assembly that Friday.
Good luck to all teams, and we hope you’re all having a fun-filled spirit week.
Are you interested in Law, Juvenile Justice, or just want to help make a difference by giving back to your own community? Join the Clinton County Youth Court!
Youth Court is a county run program that provides a unique opportunity to serve as members of a court for youth who have committed real offenses. All roles in the court room (Judge, Attorney, Clerk bailiff, and Jury) are fulfilled by the members. Members earn community service credit hours of all their time participating with the Youth Court.
The Clinton County Youth Court will be holding a two-day new member training on Tuesday June 28th and Wednesday June 29th. For more information, please visit the guidance office for an application or keep your eye out for flyers and scan the QR code to fill out an application online!
Attention Key Club members…officer petitions are on the Key Club board. Please consider filling a position for next year. We need officers. Petitions are due May 31st
Class Elections Announcement
Good Morning Hornets. Are you interested in running for class office?
Officer Petitions can be picked up outside the main office until Tuesday May 31st.
All complete petitions are due by 3:00pm on Friday June 10th to the following advisors.
Seniors- Class of 2023 Mrs. Fresn in Room 245
Juniors- Class of 2024 Mrs. McCoy in Room 100.
Sophomores- Class of 2025 Mrs. Charlebois in Room 104
Student Association- Mrs. Bouaydai Room 220 or Mrs. Armstrong Room 253
Elections will take place on Monday June 13th
Good Morning PHS!
The Student Association is bringing back the Mini Olympics this year! We’re CHANGING things up a bit and you are not going to want to miss this GLOWING opportunity of Hornet Pride. We’re RACING to get to this event which will take place on Friday, May 27th. Leading up to this event, we will have a Spirit Week,
Today is CLASS COLOR Day for the Mini-Olympic Games. Wear your class colors and bring some competitive energy.
We can’t wait to STEP IN TIME for Friday.
Notice: From today until June 14th, 9th period Study Hall with Madame Yadollahpour should report to the Cafeteria.
“Attention all Seniors: It is time to start submitting photos for this year’s Senior Slideshow. All photos are due no later than Friday May 27th. Please see the Senior Class Team for more information on how to submit your photos. “
Mental Health Month raises awareness of trauma and the impact it can have on the physical, emotional, and mental well-being of children, families, and communities. Mental Health Month was established in 1949 to increase awareness of the importance of mental health and wellness in Americans’ lives, and to celebrate recovery from mental illness. Mental health is essential for a person’s overall health. Prevention works, treatment is effective, and people can recover from mental disorders and live full and productive lives…..” Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it. – Helen Keller”
Golf: Varsity Sectionals vs. Multiple Schools @ Ticonderoga Country Club
Baseball: Boys Modified Game (Rescheduled from 05-16-22) Saranac White @ Saranac Central High School HS Field