PTHS Daily Bulletin with Sports Events

PTHS Daily Bulletin with Sports Events & Departure Times
Posted on 02/21/2020
PTHS BulletinFRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21




THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE:

This week’s schedule:

Monday – NO SCHOOL

Tuesday – Blocks 1, 2, 3, 4

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

Thursday – 6-Period Day

Friday – 6-Period Day


THIS WEEK'S LUNCH MENU:

All lunches include Salad Bar.

MondayNO SCHOOL

Tuesday – Taco Pasta

Wednesday – Baked Potato Bar, Roll

Thursday – Pasta with Creamy Broccoli & Chicken Sauce, Caesar Salad

Friday – Burgers, Pasta Salad


GENERAL INFO  

Breakfast reminder for students - Students should plan to get breakfast before school when possible. Students are able to get breakfast in between the first two periods of the day (until 10:30 am), and it will be wrapped if you don't have time to eat it before your next class. Students who want breakfast, and are on campus early before class, can still get breakfast up until 10:30. Students are responsible to plan to eat breakfast at a time that does not make them late for class. Remember that absences/tardies due to not managing your breakfast responsibilities will be unexcused.

• Yearbook Club Photo Schedule:

  • Friday, Feb. 21NHS meet outside the office at the beginning of lunch
  • Monday, Feb. 24 Orchestra during 1st period; Band during 2nd period; Drama – anyone who was in Drama Club and the fall or spring play meet at 3:15 in the auditorium.
  • Thursday, Feb. 27 Knowledge Bowl – wear your sweatshirts. Photo will be 9 am in the Schoolhouse at Fort Worden
  • Friday, Feb. 28 Redhawk Mentors during 7th period in M-301

Homeless Support Services Available -  OlyCAP has received funding to provide support services for homeless teens, through age 21.  There will be an information table set up at lunch on Wednesday, Feb 26, and a youth homeless advocate will be available for individual student appointments, here at PTHS.  Please see Ms. Ehrhardt, Ms. Gard, or Mr. Gaffney to sign up for an individual appointment with the homeless youth advocate.

The Port Townsend HS Symphony Orchestra will be performing this Sunday (2/23) at 2 pm in the Chimacum HS Auditorium.  This will be a joint performance with the Port Townsend Symphony Orchestra and in preparation for the upcoming Orchestra/Band trip to Los Angeles in April. Admission is free, please come support our HS Musicians.

• Maritime Operations is a half-day program for juniors and seniors held mornings at the Northwest Maritime Center in downtown PT – and it’s free. Earn up to three credits in Career & Technical Education, English Language Arts and PE while boating, training and studying about maritime industry. Enrollment opens March 5th for the 2020-2021 school year. Register online at westsoundtech.org . For more information email Kelley Watson at kwatson@ptschools.org

• West Sound Tech registration opens on March 5th at this link: https://www.bremertonschools.org/wstsc  (West Sound Tech). Students will need parent/guardian/personal information to create an account and register. Some classes will fill up fast, so register ASAP. WST offers:  Free Technical Training Opportunities for all Juniors and Seniors. Bremerton programs include: 3D Animation, Automotive Technology, Collision Repair and Technology, Construction Careers, Cosmetology, Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts, Design Technology, Esthetics, Fire Science, HVAC Technician, Maritime Technology, Professional Medical Careers, Welding.

• West Sound Tech Open House is Thursday, March 5th. Catch a ride to the Open House with PTHS/PT Maritime Academy teacher, Kelley Watson. Departure time is 3:30 pm from the Stuart Bldg. and return time is 8 pm. Pick up your field trip form ASAP from the attendance office. Seniors, bring a resume and meet prospective employers.

Interested in participating in Running Start next school year? Students and their parent/ guardian(s) must attend the informational meeting on Thursday, March 12th at 5 pm in the PTHS Library.   

• What were the best and worst fashion trends of the last decade? Do you have photos of any of your fashion mistakes? Please share them with us for a chance to be featured on this year’s fashion page in the 2019-2020 WaWa Yearbook! Email photos to tgambill@ptschools.org.

Running Start Students - Registration for Spring Quarter is upon us! Please make an appointment to pick up your quarterly enrollment form from Mrs. Gard.

Juniors and Seniors: Get the Skills to Get the Job! Join us at Becoming Professional, a 2-part Community Workshop to help you prepare for success in the working world. March 4th and 18th, 1:20- 3:20 pm in the PTHS Library. Includes a free Strength Finder self-assessment, pizza & snacks. Sign up in the Counseling Office.

•  Submit any great photos you take this year to the PTHS yearbook club by going to yearbookforever.com and entering Port Townsend High School. Then click "community upload" at the top of the page and enter the access code "redhawk" (lowercase). It's quick and easy and you might get your photos in the 2020 PTHS Yearbook. 

 

SENIORS - see all the deadlines HERE  

Please save the date for the Grad Night Party for the 2020 Senior Class!

This fabulous event takes place on the night of graduation, Friday, June 5, 2020, directly following the Port Townsend High School Graduation Ceremony at McCurdy Pavilion.

The action-packed, late-night celebration (organized by the parents of the graduating class) is scheduled to take place at a mystery destination beginning Friday, June 5, 2020 around 9:00 pm to Saturday, June 6, 2020 at 3:00 am. Graduates will be transported by bus from the ceremony site to the celebration. The party includes fun activities, great food, prizes and giveaways, and, most importantly, a safe, drug/alcohol free opportunity for the Class of 2020 to be together one last time as a class. Parents will be picking up their graduate at the Haines Place Park and Ride when the party is over.

Seniors please pick up your Grad Night packet by the Senior board across from Jan’s office. Please know that scholarships are available, we want you all to be there for a super fun party!


SPORTS INFO

Wrestlers Dylan Tracer, Wes Blue, Ian Linn-Glasgow, Odin Smith and Logan Massie are excused all day for Friday & Saturday's competition at the Mat Classic Wrestling Tournament in Tacoma. Good luck, Redhawk wrestlers!!

Spring Sports practice begins on Monday, March 2. Sign up on FinalForms.

Softball - If you are playing softball, you will need to sign up on Chimacum High School's FinalForms since they are hosting for both schools this year. PTHS grad Joel Aumock is the coach and it should be a great season! Here is the link: Chimacum FinalForms.

Girls' Tennis - Tennis is being hosted by Chimacum High School. You will sign up at this link: Chimacum FinalForms.

The Port Townsend Little League is hosting a free umpire clinic on March 28th from 9 am – 4 pm at the JeffCo Fairgrounds for ages 13 and older. This clinic is for all levels, Minor A and above (baseball and softball), interested in becoming more comfortable with basics of umpiring.

There are also volunteer opportunities being a junior umpire or concessions worker. All training provided. To RSVP or for more info on either of these opportunities, email: umpires@ptll.org

Winter conditioning at the Blue Heron track: To be available Mondays through Fridays 3:30 - 5 pm starting December 2nd, come as you wish. Weather dependent activities focused toward your athletic goals. 


 

 

 

 

 Last updated 21.Feb.2020 by Jan Boutilier
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