PTHS Daily Bulletin with Sports Events
PTHS Daily Bulletin with Sports Events & Departure Times
Posted on 10/16/2018


Monday –6-Period Day

Tuesday – Blocks 1, 2, 3, 4

Wednesday – Blocks 5, 6, 7

Thursday – 6-Period Day

Friday – 6-Period Day



Monday – Minestrone Soup, Corn Bread

Tuesday – Tacos

Wednesday – Bakes Potato Bar, Roll

Thursday – Chicken Broccoli Penne

Friday – Pizza, Salad Bar



•   Interact meets this Wednesday at lunch in the library back room.

•   Yearbook is looking for photos for our Odd Sports page, so that means anything that students do outside of school, that qualifies as a sport. Dancing, hiking, horseback, mountain biking, or anything else students do that they have a passion for. Email to: or

•   Did you know that other schools don’t use real plates and flatware in their cafeteria? It is privilege that will be taken away at PTHS if things continue how they have been. The plates and flatware need to be returned to the cafeteria, not left outside. Please do your part to keep this campus clean and take pride in your school!

•   Haunt Town, the Kiwanis Haunted House, runs on the following dates - October 19, 20, 25, 26, 27, and 31, from 7 – 10 pm in the PT Elks Basement at 555 Otto St. Show your school ASB card and $1 will be donated to your school!

•   October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and the Port Townsend High School Cheerleaders are asking for YOUR help to Give Cancer the Boot In honor of Toni Boutilier, PTHS class of 2003 and paraeducator at Salish Coast Elementary, who is continuing her year-long battle with breast cancer, we are raising funds to be donated to the organization of her choice, Edensaw Community Cancer Foundation, that assists cancer patients and their families located here in East Jefferson County.   The pink boot is at the ASB Office. Anyone who donates gets a pink beaded necklace!

•   Scholarships available for 2-day wheel building class October 19 and 20, for adults and youth 14 or older. Anyone can build a bicycle wheel. Obstacles are few and mostly self imposed. The new Port Townsend Cycle School is teaching a mistake-proof method along with important wheel and component theory. Each student will build their own wheel, receiving one-on-one guidance. All tools and parts are supplied for this 2-day adventure. Class size is limited to 12 and is for adults and youth at least 14 yrs old, or by special arrangement for younger students. For more info and to register visit The cost is $300, but there are partial and full scholarships available. Contact Kees Kolff for info on discounts, or 206-295-2275. Dates: October 19 and 20. Time: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. each day. Location: Cotton Building, Port Townsend. Instructor: Ric Hjertberg,  

•   The new Cycle School is now offering classes in both wheel building and basic bike mechanics. These classes are meant for both amateurs and professionals, and we have some openings in classes later this month and in November. Scholarships for local youth are available. The next level 1 wheel building class will take place Friday and Saturday, October 19 and 20. Our first basic bike mechanic class will be November 12-17. Both of these classes will be taught at the Cotton Building in Port Townsend and we'll go from 10 AM to 4 PM each day. Please check out our website for more information and registration.

•   If you are missing a retainer and your orthodontic doctor is Heinemann, please stop by the Main Office to see Jan.

•   Submit your great summer photos of you and/or your friends to the yearbook! Contact Leianna Kunz at

•   The application period for Rhododendron Festival Royalty Candidates runs through Thursday, October 25. This is open to ALL in 10th, 11th and 12th grades. You must have a 2.0 or above GPA. Scholarship for the Queen or King is $1500 and Prince or Princess is $1000 each. Applications and more information available in the main office.

•   Pick up your ASB cards and photos at the ASB Office. There will be no list at the gate at the next football game. You will need your card to get in free.

•   Port Townsend- Community Wellness and Prevention Initiative - We need student ideas and input during the 2018-2019 school year. Looking for 1-3 students with a willingness to participate in the Port Townsend Community Prevention Coalition. This would involve participation in 6-9 meetings, events and training opportunities to address substance abuse with a prevention focus. The goal of this group is to help create a healthier environment to reduce the misuse and abuse of alcohol and other drugs. If you are interested, see Principal Ehrhardt in the Main Office.

•   The ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) will be offered on Wednesday, November 7th at 8:15 am in the Auditorium. This test can be used for Military placement or to assess your skills for different types of careers. Whether you're interested in joining the Military, or just want to learn more about career placement, put your name on the sign-up sheet that is on the ledge of the Main Office window or in the Counseling Office!  

•   Meditation every week Thursday and Friday mornings, 7:50-8:05 in room M-308. The door is open, drop in and sit for a few minutes. 



College visits are in the Conference Room. Teacher permission is required to attend and attendance will be taken.
 Day & Date Time College
 Wednesday, Oct. 17  8:15 am Pacific University
 Monday, Oct. 22 8:30 am Northern Arizona University
 Thursday, Oct. 25 12 noon University of Washington
 Thursday, Nov. 1 10 am University of Puget Sound
 Thursday, Nov. 1 11:20 am Cal Maritime


•     Important senior meeting on Friday, October 19th at 10:55 in the auditorium. You will get your cap and gown ordering information.

•     Yearbook deadlines:

  • Deadline for Senior Tributes (previously called "Grad Ads") is Friday, Dec. 7th
  • Deadline for Senior mugs is Friday January 11th
  • Yearbooks are $50 till December 7th

•     Senior Ladies: College scholarship help will be available 7th period in the Library on Friday, November 30th, and again on Friday, December 14th. Forrest Norlin from the American Association of University Women (AAUW) will be here to discuss available scholarships for women and how to apply.

•   Need help with college applications?Financial aid? Registering for the SAT or ACT? Mrs. Gard and Ms. Dow will be available for college help in the Library after school on Tuesdays.


   Lady Redhawk Basketball meeting on Friday, October 19 at lunch. Bring your lunch and let's talk! Mrs. Lysa’s room, M-301.   

•   Sports photo schedule:

Tuesday, October 16: Cross Country, Cheer, Football

Wednesday, October 17: Swim & Dive, Volleyball, Girls Soccer

 •   Senior Night Schedule:

Friday, October 19 – Football & Band (no senior cheerleaders this year)- senior recognition at 5:40 pm. Senior parents should gather on the field at 5:30 pm.



Last updated 16.Oct.2018 by Jan Boutilier