PTHS Daily Bulletin with Sports Events
PTHS Daily Bulletin with Sports Events & Departure Times
Posted on 03/16/2018

This week’s schedule:

Monday – 6-Period Day

Tuesday – Blocks 1, 2, 3, 4

Wednesday –Blocks 5, 6, 3, 4

Thursday – Blocks 1, 2, 5, 6

Friday – 7-Period Day

This week’s lunch menu:

Monday – Cheese Quesadilla, Salad Bar

Tuesday – Beef and Bean Tacos, Mexi Slaw, Salad Bar

Wednesday – Sloppy Joes, Salad Bar

Thursday – Chicken Gyros, Mediterranean Pasta Salad, Salad Bar

Friday – Pasta with Turkey Marinara, Salad Bar


•  State Knowledge Bowl participants will be dismissed at 11:30 today. Good Luck!

Tickets are on sale for Tolo (Saturday, March 24th)! $10 with ASB, $12 without ASB, and $15 at the door! You need a guest permission form (download from Activities/Dance Dates & Permission Forms or pick up at the Main Office).

•  Online Registration for Summer Maritime Programs is open and
programs will fill up fast!

Adventures at Sea Aboard the Schooner Adventuress

West Sound Technical Skills Center Program 

6-Day Maritime Experience

June 16 - 21, 2018

Sails in Lower Puget Sound

(Lab) Fee:  $100

August 18 - 23, 2018

Sails in San Juan Islands

(Lab) Fee:  $100

Come sail aboard the historic Schooner Adventuress for six days and five nights in the scenic waters of Puget Sound.  Learn to sail, navigate, manage emergencies, tie knots, splice, hold anchor watches, read tides and currents, while learning to work as a team. Earn a .5 Career and Technical Education (CTE) Credit.   Students will need to complete five hours of independent and online study to earn their Washington State Boater's card and food handler's permit in advance of the sailing trip.  

• Maritime 202

Maritime Academy Prep Program

Northwest Maritime Center

Application available March 12 , 2018


August 6- 10 and 13 - 17, 2018

7 class sessions (9 - 4) and 3 day/2 night voyage.

(Lab) Fee: $100

Classes held at Northwest Maritime Center

Take your maritime training to the next level with this preparatory course where you will learn and earn your Drill Conductor USCG safety training certificate, first aid and cpr certificate, gain skills in maritime firefighting and sail aboard Schooner Martha and the Yawl Pacifica, while increasing your safety on ships skills.  Build your resume for entrance into maritime programs and academies.

The course meets August 6 - 10 & 13 - 17 (includes a two night three day voyage)

Through this unique experience, students have the option to earn a .5 Career and Technical Education (CTE) Credit.

Prerequisite:  All students must have taken a prior maritime course through the NW Maritime Center, Port Townsend Schools, Schooner Adventuress or equivalent experiences. 


Lab Fee:  $100

•   We are having a Cat-Shirt Day on Tuesday, March 27, so dig out these cat shirts and be ready!

•   The next Lunch @ Your Library is Monday, March 19. Learn how to transform a book into a hedgehog. Sign up with Su in the library as the event is limited to 20 students.

•   Visitor Parking is for visitors to our school. Students are not to park in the visitor parking spots.

•   Redhawk Brew is open every day at lunch now! Stop by for your Java!

•   Lost & Found items: Check the Lost and Found items in the box outside the Main Office. This included items left in the gym that were brought over. 

•   After-School Workouts are held Monday through Thursday from 3:30 – 4:30 pm in the high school weight room. Everyone is welcome!

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


•   Seniors, if you are attending Peninsula College in the fall 2018 and need financial help the following could be useful information.

Peninsula College Foundation 2018-2019 Scholarships can help.

Apply online for 2018-2019 Scholarships today! Visit:

The Peninsula College Foundation is currently offering dozens of scholarships to students attending Peninsula College for the 2018-2019 school year in a variety of areas.

3 Easy Steps to Apply:

                1. Go to to create an account and start your personal profile.

                2. Enter Peninsula College in the “search scholarships” box in the upper right-hand corner.

                3. Review the scholarship application criteria and deadlines, and apply!

Deadlines to apply are Sunday, April 22, and Sunday July 22, 2018.

•     Sign up for your graduation walking partners with Jan in the Main Office.

•   Graduation products delivered: There will be a senior meeting on Friday, March 30 at 10:55 am in the auditorium to pick up your graduation products (not including caps and gowns).  Please make checks payable to National Achiever Services for your balances.

•   Performing at Graduation: Any seniors who are interested in performing at graduation, please sign up with Jan in the Main Office by Wednesday, April 25. All performers in any group must be seniors. Auditions will be in May in the orchestra room.

SCHOLARSHIPS - See all the current scholarships HERE.

•   The KC Nomura STEM Scholarship is now accepting applications through website.  This $2,000 scholarship will be awarded to a PTHS graduating senior who intends to study science, technology, engineering or math. The award is sponsored by the family of KC Nomura.  The scholarship funds may be applied to tuition or books. Seniors apply for this scholarship on and the application deadline is May 1, 2018.

•   International Pacific Halibut Commission Merit Scholarship - The International Pacific Halibut Commission funds several Merit Scholarships to support university, technical college and other post-secondary education.  The scholarship fund has been established to assist the further education of Canadian and U.S. students connected to the Pacific halibut fishery and its industry.  Generally a single new scholarship valued at $4,000 per year is warded every two years. The scholarships are renewable subject to maintenance of satisfactory academic performance.  The scholarship for 2018 will be available for educational entrance or continuation in fall of 2018.  Additional questions can be directed to Kelly Chapman (206)  Applications are available through the Commission  Offices or on the Commission's website at:

Applications must be received by 30 June 2018 and emailed to:

•  Seniors, this a national scholarship from the American Association of Superintendents Administrators and Hobsons.  As part of the Redefining Ready! movement AASA is partnering with Hobsons to offer the 2018 Redefining Ready! National Scholarship

The scholarship contest allows America's graduating high school seniors the opportunity to tell the world how they are college, career and life ready.  Sixteen scholarships will be awarded to high school graduating seniors, including a top scholarship amount of $5,000.  Winners will be based on a 30-second video entry and a short essay (under 250 words) on readiness.  Creativity counts, but so does honest, authentic and compelling content.  The scholarship contest is now open and closes on Monday April 2, 2018.  For more information and official contest rules visit

Please review the individual scholarship criteria and application procedures on website.  Additional scholarship information is available in the Counseling Office.


•   Winter Sports’ Banquets:

* Cheer, Saturday, March 17th from 5:30-7:30 pm at the Boy Scout Cabin
* Boys Basketball, Saturday, March 18th at 3 – 4:30 pm at Doc’s – RSVP required by March 15 (players get a free meal) Text RSVP 360-531-4350 or email
* Wrestling, Monday, March 26th at 6 pm in the Wrestling Room in the Gym

•   PLEASE NOTE: PTHS sports practices/training cannot begin before 3:30 so athletes can get help after school, if needed. The gym will open at 3:25 pm. 

•    After-School Workouts are held Monday through Thursday from 3:30 – 4:30 pm in the high school weight room. All are welcome. Earn shirts & hats.

•   Friday – Tennis players dismissed from class at 2:30 for departure to CHS.


Last updated 16.Mar.2018 by Jan Boutilier