PTHS Daily Bulletin

PTHS Daily Bulletin
Posted on 09/20/2021
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September 24, 2021

Today’s schedule: 7 periods day. Lunch - hot dogs (all meals include fresh veggies and fruits).


·      ALL ABSENCES SHOULD BE EXCUSED by a parent or guardian by calling 360.379.4521, emailing or by bringing in a note upon your return. IF YOU NEED TO LEAVE EARLY, BRING A NOTE FROM A PARENT/GUARDIAN OR A CALL AT LEAST AN HOUR BEFORE YOU NEED TO LEAVE. We have a limited number of aides to get notes to students.

·      Homework help M-TH (except early release), library,3:15-4:30. See Mr. Gambill for information. 


·      Youth Survivors Unite – 12 week zoom group for survivors of sexual trauma. To register for the 15–18-year-old group starts today, 4:30-6 please follow this link to register: Time slots still available.

·      College Planning Support for College search, SAT, Financial aid, a place to work on your applications. Drop-in college planning support available Tuesdays from 3:15-4:00 (M-305) or by appt. Contact for more information. Pronoun button making station set up in the library through the week.

·      Also, follow the PTHSLibrary on Instagram!! Get info on upcoming programs and news


·      Knowledge Bowl Block Tuesdays, lunch, (after you eat), Fridays after school, M-305.

·      Anyone interested in Mock Trial should come see Mr. Pierson in A-203 for questions.

·      Key Club and Interact Club Wednesday Block in the tent at lunch.

·      ASB meetings, Wednesday morning @ 7:30 in the Commons.

24-hour CRISIS LINE – 360.385.5291.

Homecoming Dance Sat, Sep 25, 8:00 - 11:00 pm. Buy in Attendance/ASB office.

·       On sale before school (7:45 - 8:15 am) and during lunch. * $15 per student. Cash or check (payable to PTSD 50) is accepted.

·       *Only PTHS registered students (including OCEAN & on-line), students will remain masked during the dance, the dance ticket will be a single use wristband on your wrist and is required for entrance to the dance. Once purchased, the ticket cannot be transferred to another student.

·      *Fee waivers are available for our low-income students who are approved for free-reduced lunch


· Key City Public Theatre - Fall Education Session begins October 12th!


Classes available for grades 1-12 which include 6-weeks of professional theater instruction for all experience levels at just $120. Full & partial scholarships available made possible by our friends atJefferson Community FoundationandKiwanis Port Townsendso that none of our Port Townsend and South County families will be turned away for lack of funds.

·      Pictures for PT based sports teams next Wed, September 29.

In Sports this week:





Dismissal time from class

Departure Time

Competition Start Time

Estimated return to first drop off



South Whidbey

South Whidbey





Boys Tennis

Vashon Island

Vashon HS

11:00 AM

11:10 AM

3:45 PM

8:45 PM @ CHS


·      OCTOBER 8 – Dead line to Register for November 6 SAT test.

·      College Planning Support for College search, SAT, Financial aid, a place to work on your applications. Drop-in college planning support available Tuesdays from 3:15-4:00 (M-305) or by appt. Contact for more information. 

·      Senior Meeting on October 19 – 11:10, in the auditorium. Information about caps and gowns, deadlines, yearbook pictures, etc. Pass the word!

·      For the most up-to-date information on Scholarships, visit the PTHS website. At the counseling tab, click on “Scholarships”.

Currently available Scholarships:

     P.E.O. Star Scholarship - Deadline October 15.  Information in the Counseling Office.

·      Washington Opportunity Scholarship deadline October 24.  New Scholarship for Career and Technical Education!  Apply online. More information in the Counseling Office.

·      Elks Most Valuable Student Award – Deadline November 1

·      2021 Elks Legacy Award – Deadline February 7, 2022

·      WSU applicants - please stop by Counseling Office about a possible scholarship.

·      Rainier Olympic Nurses Association - deadline March 31, 2022.

HEALTH AND SAFTEY REMINDERS: If you feel sick: have a fever, cough, shortness of breath, new loss of taste or smell, fatigue, headache, muscle or body aches, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting and diarrhea – PLEASE STAY HOME! Get your parent or guardian to call to excuse your absence, please!

Wear a multiple layer mask that snugly covers your nose and mouth to school and have extras in your backpack. Wear your mask at all times unless eating and drinking @ lunch. When your mask is off at lunch, you should be 6 feet apart from others. It is strongly suggested that you eat your food outside but indoor seating will be provided in the lunchroom and auditorium.

During the day, maintain 3 feet of distance from others and don’t hang out in closed settings like the restroom. Wash your hands frequently! If attending class outside Do not remove your mask unless given permission from your teachers.

JOKE OF THE DAY: Why did the square and triangle go to the gym?
To stay in shape!


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