PHS Daily Announcements Friday, March 25, 2022
Today Today is Friday, March 25th, 2022 and it is a B-Day!
Happy Birthday wishes today to Kaylee Barcomb!
Early Happy Birthday wishes this weekend to Lisa Burgess, Caiden Hummel, Ms. Tisdale and Ms. Yadollahpour.
Attention Juniors! The Class of 2023 Teams has a power point to view with Junior Prom information. Please make sure to check this out. It has also been sent home to parents through email. There will be a meeting next Wednesday, March 30th in Room 320 at 2:45 for anyone that has follow up questions about Prom. Mrs. McCoy, Mr. Bowlen and Mr. Valenzuela will be there.
Attention CFES scholars… CFES is sponsoring an explore SUNY Plattsburgh Day on Wednesday, April 13th. Our students will interact with college students and professors about college, careers and areas of study as well as take part in a campus tour.
Any interested student must see Ms. LaPierre in room 221 by Tuesday, March 28th.
Any student that is planning to participate in the Explore day must attend the next after school CFES Meeting to register. (April 5th) Additional information can be found on the PHS College and Career Readiness page. See Ms. LaPierre if you have any questions.
Are you looking for a berry good time this summer? Come learn how to make blueberry, strawberry, and raspberry jam this summer! Please check your class teams for the form to fill out and see Mrs. Bouayadi if you have any questions!
CFES will be collecting donations of new socks. Please bring your donations to Ms. LaPierre in room 221 by the end of today.
The Freshman Class is continuing their Little Caesar’s fundraiser. Delicious pizzas delivered to your door. This offer ends April 9th. Links to purchase have been shared by students.
Just a reminder that BEEKEEPING and/or GARDENING will both start the first week in April until the end of the school year. Each activity will meet once a week, at Duken.
Students should contact email@example.com and let me know which activity they are joining (they can join both) and what grade they’re in. Students will be provided with all needed materials.
There are two new learning opportunities for students that will start in April. The first learning opportunity will teach participants beekeeping. You will suit up in a beekeeper’s outfit and learn how to tend a hive with live honeybees!
The second learning opportunity will teach participants how to plan, design, and grow a garden. Participants will not only be taught how to grow a great garden filled with a variety of edible and non-edible plants, but they will also be able to share in the harvest of what is grown. If any of this sounds interesting to you then stop by the Guidance Office and pick up a flyer that explains more about each offering and tells you how to sign up.
What is Networking?- NETWORKING is turning an acquaintance into a supporter. Your network can include mentors, teachers, family, friends and people you meet through extracurricular activities. In fact, just about anyone you meet can become part of your network.
NETWORKING IS ABOUT PUTTING YOUR BEST FOOT FORWARD, MEETING NEW PEOPLE, AND GETTING THEM TO SUPPORT YOU AND YOUR GOAL. “Success isn’t about how much money you make; it’s about the difference you make in people’s lives.”–Michelle Obama