PHS Daily Announcements Thursday, September 15, 2022
Today is Thursday, September 15, 2022 and it is a B-day!
Happy Birthday wishes to Shayla Cumber, Aaron Davies and Dominic DeAngelo!
Congratulations to Maxwell Schaefer who has been recognized by College Board’s National Recognition Program for a National Rural and Small Town Award!
Maxwell earned this recognition because of their academic achievements in school and outstanding performance on College Board exams. We are delighted to share this great news!
GAPP (the German American exchange program) will be holding it’s first meeting on Tuesday, September 20th. Important information will be shared- please make every effort to attend. New members are also encouraged to attend if interested in learning more about this club!!!
Ms. Jila Yadollahpour’s 7th Period Study Hall will be held in Room 215 every day.
There will be a United Voices meeting this afternoon, after school in Room 232 (the former senior lounge/computer room off the library).
“Mr. Carpenter’s English classes will report to the library today.”
“The Green Team will meet after school on Monday, September 19th, in Room 316.”
There will be a Unified Basketball meeting for anyone interested in playing, on Thursday September 22 in Room 211 right after school.
Attention Key Club: We will have our first meeting this today in room 226 at 2:40pm
Attention students who are enrolled in an AP or CAP course. There will be an informational meeting that will take place on Monday, September 19th. You will learn the differences between the programs and have a chance to meet the coordinators of these programs. Deadlines for CAP and AP are approaching so please attend this meeting to learn about the best options that are suited for your plans post-graduation. See Mrs. Armstrong or Ms. Bieber for additional details. See you next Monday in room 226, after school.
Attention Freshmen Class of 2026: If you are still interested in running for class officer, petitions are available in the main office and MUST BE handed to Ms. Bieber by next Tuesday, September 20th
“Goals are like a map. They help us determine where we want to end up and give us personal direction on which to focus our energy.” – Catherine Pulsifer
When we have a goal, we know where we’re going. We can then figure out what steps we need to take to get there. We don’t have to waste our energy wondering why we aren’t getting anywhere. By setting goals, we can use our time and effort wisely.
Hey PHS, if you are looking to get more involved, meet new people, be a part of an athletic team, or add a service to your resume; the girls soccer team is looking for a scorebook keeper for all home and away games. Please see Mr. Mulligan in Room 223 for more details.
PHS! If you are interested to travel to Italy & Greece, during the spring break. Join the multicultural club & participate in our first meeting with Mrs. Yadollahpour on today after school in room 215
Any female student interested in playing hockey, please see or email Mr. Hartmann
4:30pm Football: Modified Game vs. Saranac Lake @ Plattsburgh High School HS Turf Field
4:30pm Soccer: Boys Modified Game vs. Peru Central @ Stafford Middle School Field
5:30pm Volleyball: JV Match vs. Northeastern Clinton Central School @ Plattsburgh High School HS Gym
6:30pm Soccer: Girls Varsity Game vs. Peru Central @ Peru High School Apple Bowl
7:00pm Volleyball: Varsity Match vs. Northeastern Clinton Central School @ Plattsburgh High School HS Gym