PHS Daily Announcements Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Today is Wednesday, May 11th, and it is a B -Day!
Happy Birthday wishes today to Brandon Blanchard!
TODAY there is no AFTERNOON CVTECH. All pm Tech students must exit the building at 11:45.
The Golf Team will be released early today at 1:45pm today
A reminder that tomorrow, Thursday May 12th, 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.
Attention Senior Athletes: If you have not yet turned in your RSVP for this year’s senior sports banquet, you must do so as soon as possible. The deadline is Monday May 23rd, no exceptions. There is a form for you to fill out, and for your family members if they plan on attending. Please turn in your forms to Ms. Malpass in the main office a.s.a.p.
A special shout out goes to our amazing Unified Basketball players and coaches for their performance at Peru school on Monday! Your PHS family is very proud of you all and loved seeing you on the local news-keep it up superstars!!!!!!!!!!!!
There will be an Adventure Club Meeting today in room 106 right after school to discuss the details of the last trip, all are welcome to attend!
The library will be in Silent Library mode. Come to the library to study, work, or destress but please keep your voice at a level 0 while you do!
Good morning! The Junior Class Prom tickets will be sold from Mr. Bowlen’s office across from the guidance office. The tickets are $20 a person.
If you are interested in inviting a guest that doesn’t attend PHS you will need to fill out a form. They are located outside the office. Mr. Valenzuela or Mr. Bowlen have to approve your guest for him or her to attend.
“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…….Healing takes time and asking for help is a courageous step. – Mariska Hargitay
Are you looking for a Summer Job? SWEET Applications are available in the Guidance Office. Students who are 14 to 20 years old can apply but preference will be given to students who are 16 or older. Please don’t wait! Interviews will be in May and only a limited number are given. Economic Eligibility Guidelines Apply.
Are you interested in learning to fly fish? Do you love ecology and want to learn how to help conserve our local resources? Sign up for the beginners fly fishing learning extension! Email or Teams chat Kathleen Howard, SMS teacher, for more information or help registering. Course will begin May 2 so register soon.
Golf: Varsity Match vs. Lake Placid @ Craig Wood Golf & Country Club
Tennis: Girls Varsity Match vs. Seton Catholic @ PSUC – Macdonough Hall
Tennis: Boys Varsity Match vs. Seton Catholic @ PSUC – Macdonough Hall
Baseball: Boys JV Non-League (Rescheduled from 04-14-22) vs. Ticonderoga @ South Acres Baseball Field (Middle)
Baseball: Boys Varsity Non-League vs. AuSable Valley Central @ Plattsburgh High School
Softball: Girls Modified Game (Rescheduled from 05-03-22) vs. Ticonderoga @ Ticonderoga Elementary School Complex
Unified Basketball: Varsity Game (Time Changed) vs. Ticonderoga @ Plattsburgh High School