PHS Daily Announcements Monday, March 7, 2022
Today is Monday, March 7th, 2022 and it is an A-Day!!!
Happy Birthdays Wishes today to Lauren Baker and Damon Cocoran-Cook.
There will be a Model UN Club meeting, regarding the North Country Model UN Conference, today at 2:50 in room 310. There are a few more spots left for anyone interested in participating this year.
Congratulations to everyone who auditioned for a role in Mary Poppins this past weekend. We have an excellent cast, and we are excited to start working on our production of Mary Poppins! Our first rehearsal for the full cast is this Friday at 5:30 in the auditorium.
Drama Club is proud to sponsor this Friday’s Hat wearing fundraiser to support students in Ukraine. On Friday 3/11, for a donation, students, teachers, and staff will be allowed to wear a hat. All proceeds will go toward UNICEF to help support the needs of students in Ukraine. Please donate in your homeroom. Homeroom teachers please bring your donations to Mrs. C. Maggy.
The health office will be finishing up spring sports clearances this week. If you missed your team clearance last week, come to the health office today or Tuesday to be cleared.
A reminder that tomorrow, March 8th is an early release day. School will be dismissed at 11:33 am. All PM CVTECH students will need to get a ride to and from CVTECH.
The Junior Class Prom Theme vote will be done in US history classes today. The three options are Under the Stars, Northern Lights, and Chasing Waterfalls. There are pictures on the Class of 2023 Team for you to look at.
The Varsity Boys tennis preseason meeting is at 3:00 on this Wednesday in the PHS cafeteria.
For Early College and Career Week Awareness:
Monday– College Colors/Gear Day — Wear something with the name, mascot, or even just the school colors of a college you want to go to or a college you’ve heard about.
Tuesday– Career Day–Dress for the job you want! Have others try to guess what career that might be.
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. Both will meet during summer, too, but participants will help plan the schedule for those meetings.
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 GOALS.
“Networking is not about just connecting people. It’s about connecting people with people, people with ideas, and people with opportunities.” — Michele Jennae