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PTHS Daily Bulletin with Sports Events
PTHS Daily Bulletin with Sports Events & Departure Times
Posted on 01/16/2018
PTHS BulletinTUESDAY, JANUARY 16

This week’s lunch menu:

Monday – No School

Tuesday – Blocks 1, 2, 3, 4

Wednesday –Blocks 5, 6, 3, 4

Thursday –Blocks 1, 2, 5, 6

Friday – 7-Period Day with Salon

This week’s schedule:

Monday – No School

Tuesday – Nacho's with Fun Fixings, Salad Bar

Wednesday – Chili, Cornbread, Salad Bar

Thursday – Chicken Noodle Soup, 1/2 Deli Sandwich, Mixed Veggies

Friday - Spaghetti with Marinara, Caesar Salad

 

GENERAL INFO

•     Knowledge Bowl: There will be practice during lunch on Wednesday in M-305.

•     SFS meeting at lunch today in A-105.

•     Attention all Interacters! Important meeting Wednesday at lunch in A 102. We will have several special guests and planning a new service program. Don't miss this!

•     You and your family are invited to an Algebra and Art night on Thursday, January 18 from 4:30 to 6:30 pm at the Port Townsend High School Library. We will be creating string art that models linear functions with restricted domains. The process will include creating a pattern with nails in a piece of wood that will model the endpoints of the line, and then tying string between the nails to create a pattern or image. The string will represent the linear functions. 8.5 inch square boards will be provided, as well as the nails and embroidery floss. We will also have hammers and safety glasses available for use, though you are welcome to bring your own. Hope you can make it for an evening of family fun at PTHS!

•     What do Shakespeare plays and pop hits from the 1950's have in common?  They will both be part of the spring production this year!  If you love Shakespeare's comedies and songs like “To Know Him is to Love Him”  by Cathy Carr, “All Shook Up” by Elvis and “Dream Lover” by Bobbie Darin, you'll want to mark your calendars for the upcoming auditions which will be held on Wed/Thursday, Feb 14th and 15th in the PTHS auditorium.  For this production we will need actors, singers, dancers and back stage crew, plus musicians to make up a small band on stage.  More details will be posted soon on the auditorium doors and through the bulletin. See Ms. Nielsen if you are interested in being part of this fun show!  

•     12-Day Absence Appeal letters are due by Tuesday, January 16 to the Attendance Office.

•     After-School Workouts begin on Tuesday, January 16 and they will be held Monday through Thursday from 3:30 – 4:30 pm in the high school weight room. All are welcome. Earn shirts & hats!

•     The next Lunch @ Your Library is Monday, January 29. Sign up with Su in the library as the event is limited to the first 20 students who sign up. Learn to make whimsical winter art to brighten your house!

•     The Benji Project is offering a FREE opportunity for PTHS girls ... an eight-week class on Stress Management and Resiliency Training.  This class will be held on Thursdays from 3:30 - 5:15 p.m. at the Jefferson Community School. You must be registered by January 19 to participate.  Pick up an informational sheet in the main office to learn more about this opportunity, or go to www.thebenjiproject.org

•     Yearbook club is looking for your photos of people, events, you and your friends, or any PTHS moments. Submit them to Sarah Marx at  21s.marx@ptschools.org by March 1.

SCHOLARSHIPS

Important Senior Due dates:       

  • Senior yearbook photos are due by Friday,  January 12th, 2018.

SCHOLARSHIPS - See all the current scholarships HERE.

•     New SCHOLARSHIPS for PTHS Young Women - American Association of University Women offers several generous scholarships to graduating female students: 

  • High School Scholarship - $2500
  • Environmental Studies Scholarship - $3000 
  • Lisa T. Painter Scholarship (for the study of law fine arts or science) - $2500.   

The deadline is MARCH 10.  
Applications are available in the Counseling Office or on theWashBoard.org

American Legion Marvin G. Shields Memorial Post #26 Scholarship is now accepting applications from this year's seniors.  There are four scholarship to be awarded at $1,200 per scholarship.  The scholarships are available to students seeking a college degree and also to students who are seeking vocational training/certification.  Further details regarding the scholarship application requirements and process is currently available in the PTHS Counseling Office. This scholarship is not an electronic submission process. The application deadline is April 6, 2018.  Please pay attention to the early due date.

Phil Johnson Environmental Scholarship - The Jefferson County Democrats have created a scholarship to honor Phil Johnson and to further efforts to provide educational opportunities for graduating high school students or college students who are Jefferson County residents.  Three $500. scholarship will be awarded annually to graduating high school students or college students who wish to major or minor in environmental sciences, ecology or an allied field of study such as marine sciences or biology.  Further details and the application procedures can be found on thewashboard.org website.  The application due date is April 30, 2018.

The Barbara Marseille Arts Scholarship - This scholarship is offered by Jefferson Community Foundation for students who are pursuing their passion in the arts, architecture and design.  Further details regarding this scholarship and the application procedures can be found on thewashboard.org website. 

The application due date is April 15, 2018.

Seniors interested in scholarships pursuing an engineering scholarship

•     Seniors - a career training opportunity in firefighting - Resident Firefighters Program - The Douglas County Fire District #2 is providing an outstanding opportunity for an individual interested in a firefighting career.  They have implemented a Resident Firefighter Program within their Fire Department that provides all the necessary training towards becoming a Career Firefighter.  The Fire District pays for everything an individual needs to become a potential professional firefighter.  The commitment to the Fire District is selfless dedication to helping others in their community through two years of working shifts alongside our Career Firefighters.  The Fire District provides housing and they even reimburse 80-100% (dependent on proof of grades) of a two year Fire Science degree through Wenatchee Valley College.  They will be conducting a competitive testing process in the late spring and filling at least four resident positions slated for August 2018.    

The application form and further information can be found on the following website www.douglasfire2.org  .

 

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 Last updated 16.Jan.2018 by Jan Boutilier