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PTHS Daily Bulletin with Sports Events
PTHS Daily Bulletin with Sports Events & Departure Times
Posted on 05/24/2018
PTHS BulletinTHURSDAY, MAY 24

THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE:

Monday –6-Period Day

Tuesday – Blocks 1, 2, 3, 4

Wednesday – Blocks 5, 6, 7 – 2-Hr. Early Release

Thursday – 6-Period Day

Friday – No School

Monday May 28th – No School

See you here on Tuesday, May 29.

THIS WEEK'S LUNCH MENU:

Monday – Mac and Cheese, Salad Bar

Tuesday – Nachos with fun fixings, Mexi Salad

Wednesday – Chicken Pesto Salad on Flatbread, Salad Bar

Thursday – Deli Sandwich, Spring Chicken Soup

Friday - No School


 GENERAL INFO

•   12-Day Absence Appeals Packets are due to the Main Office by Thursday, May 24th. If you do not have a completed packet turned in by the 24th, you may lose credit. See Mr. H for questions. 

•   The Annex is now locked during lunch time.

•   Do you ride the bus? Do you like kids? Then pick up an application at the ASB Office to be a Bus Buddy next year. For more information, email sophiarainbow3@hotmail.com

•   We are looking for a team of students who want to be our Redhawk Mentors. Qualifications & expectations include:

  1. Must be a junior or senior for next school year.
  2. A positive attitude.
  3. The willingness to share your high school experiences and help guide and encourage our incoming freshman.
  4. Helping brainstorm ideas on how to increase participation in all Redhawk athletic and activities.
  5. Has a drive to learn new skills in being a better a leader.

If you are interested, or have more questions, please see Ms. Lysa and/or sign-up with Jan at the main office by May 30th.  We will be in touch! Our school needs you!

•   'The Bunker' at Port Townsend School of the Arts: Guided open studio for people ages 14-18. Come make in a guided project with  professionals or bring your own art to work on. Free of charge, donations welcome. First and third Fridays June through August. First session is June 1, 7-10pm, sign up online at ptschoolofthearts.org.

•   The 4th of July Firework committee is asking for help!  They are looking for a team of young, strong folks who would be willing to help load and unload the gear and equipment.  It takes a large team to make that brilliant night happen.....can you help?! See Ms. Lysa in room M-301 for more info.

•   Chimacum Summer School - make up credit or accelerate your learning.  Applications and more information is available in the Counseling Office.  Applications and payments due by June 15.

•   Yearbooks are now on sale for $62 in the ASB Office! The PTHS yearbook club has worked very hard this year to make the book inclusive and a lasting memento.  Hurry and get them while supplies last.

•   ASB packets are available for the 2018-2019 school year. Please pick up your packet ASAP from Samantha in the ASB office. Come be part of the group that put together Spring Fling, dances, and homecoming. Due date is May 23. Elections will be on May 24.

•   Calling all crutches, splints and braces!  If Ms. Lysa has let you borrow any of those items from her training room, can you please bring them back to the office or room #301?  We need them for next year!

•   It actually is Rocket Science! Mr. Kelley and Mr. McKell will be hosting a 4-day rocket camp at PTHS June 26-29th from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm. Over the course of 4 days we will build and launch rockets. We will also exploring the science behind rocketry and aerodynamics, along with remote sensing devices used in space or planetary exploration. All students are welcome! See Mr. Kelley for any questions. Registration packets are available at the main office or from Mr. Kelley.  

•   The meditation class on Thursday and Friday in M-306 is 7:55 - 8:05 am.  Please come join this time and start a quiet practice to starting your school day! 

SENIORS - Check the senior schedule on the website for all your ticket, yearbook and graduation information.

•   FYI – "Senior Skip Day" is not a school-sanctioned activity. Seniors not showing up to school will be marked as truant and will not be allowed to make up any work. Missing any assignments could jeopardize graduation.

•   Senior meeting on Thursday, May 31 at 10:45 am in the gym to pick up caps, gowns & tickets and to request extra tickets. Check with your family, so you know what your needs are. Your fines have to be paid to get your tickets. Check in Skyward in Fee Management for school fines, Food Service for café fines and Su in the library for any library fines. You can also sign up for the 121st Annual PTHS Alumni Banquet on Saturday, June 9th at 6 pm at the Elks. You will have to give Jan a $10 deposit, which will be refunded when you arrive at the dinner.

•   Seniors & Parents - Pictures are needed for a senior slideshow for the end of the year. We need sweet, silly, entertaining pictures of your senior and other seniors, preferably during this year. Pictures from the rest of high school are also appreciated, but senior pictures are our main focus. Please email them to Ally or Rio at allymccallum17@gmail.com or rio.m.story@gmail.com ASAP! Thank you for your help!

•   Graduation tickets will not be given out to anyone with fines. Check your Skyward account under Fee Management for any fines you may have. Also, check the Food Service tab on Skyward to see if you owe the cafeteria. Return any library books to our library.

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

SCHOLARSHIPS - See all the current scholarships HERE.

                                                         SPORTS

•   Cheerleading clinic and sign ups in the PTHS Gym (side entrance)

Orientation: Monday, May 21st, 3:30 – 5:30 pm Mandatory

Practice: Tuesday, May 22, 3:30 – 5:30 pm

Practice: Wednesday, May 23, 1:30 – 3:30 pm

Practice: Thursday, May 24, 3:30-5:30 pm

No school or practice May 25th and May 28th

Practice/Performance: Tuesday, May 29th, 3:30 – 6 pm

Uniform Fitting: Wednesday, May 30th, 3:00 Mandatory

Questions to Coach Kirsten Hammer, email Kirsten_hammer@mac.com


SPORTS 

•   Below is the list of state championship qualifiers for Track & Field (top two in each event qualified):

Nathan Cantrell (1st, 3200m)

Dylan Tracer (1st, 300m hurdles, 2nd discus)

Aubry Botkin (1st 100m hurdles, 2nd 300m hurdles, 2nd triple jump)

Girls 4x100m relay team 2nd place (Brenna Franklin, Anika Avelino, Aubry Botkin, Eileen Leoso -- alternates Sierra Ruegg & Callay Boire-Shedd)

Also, Aubry Botkin improved her school record in the 100m hurdles by 8 hundredths of a second to 15.01

•   The following track athletes are excused today for state competition at Eastern Washington University. They are excused all day Thursday, too: Nathan Cantrell, Dylan Tracer, Seamus Fraser, Brenna Franklin, Anika Avelino, Sierra Ruegg, Callay Boire-Shedd. Good luck, Redhawks!



 


Last updated 24.May.2018 by Jan Boutilier