PTHS Daily Bulletin with Sports Events

PTHS Daily Bulletin with Sports Events & Departure Times
Posted on 03/16/2020
PTHS BulletinMONDAY, MARCH 16




THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE:

This week’s schedule:

Monday – 6-Period Day

Tuesday – No School

Wednesday –No School

Thursday – No School

Friday – No School



THIS WEEK'S LUNCH MENU:

All lunches include Salad Bar.

Monday – Sandwiches

Tuesday – No School

Wednesday - No School

Thursday
- No School

Friday – No School

RESOURCES

• Meals for anyone 18 or younger begins March 17 from 9 am - 11 am at:

  • Salish Coast Elementary, 1637 Grant Street
  • Port Townsend High School, 1500 Van Ness Street
  • Jefferson County Airport, 191 Airport Cutoff Road
  • Cape George Fire Hall, 3850 Cape George Road

 • If you need some assistance - You can contact:

  • Rebecca Ramsey - Youth Coordinator - OlyCAP - 385-2571 x6006
  • PT School District - 379-4501
  • PT High School - 379-4520
  • PT Police Dept. - Ask for SRO Jeremy Vergin - 385-2322

• The Food Bank is open Wednesdays from 9 am to 3 pm.

• If you feel ill please go to the Jefferson County Health Clinic (next to QFC) or The Jefferson Healthcare Hospital.


GENERAL INFO   

All students need to be aware that the Governor has declared that there is a restriction on group numbers.  No gatherings larger than 50 are allowed.  Groups under 50 must follow strict hygiene guidelines.  For this reason, all high school activities, athletics and clubs are cancelled during the school closure (including groups who planned to meet off campus).

The high school has built hygiene kits for homeless students who may need some support over the six week break.  Come see Mr. Gaffney or Mrs. Gard if you would like a kit to take with you after school.  Kits include items such as soap, shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste, feminine supplies for girls, towel/washcloth, socks, and some snacks.

Students in credit recovery, we are putting together a plan to allow you to continue with credit recovery at home.  We will be making contacts to your parents about this opportunity.

Students who are being served by Megan Smith for counseling services in the student health clinic, we are making plans to allow for continued services for you.  Please stop into the counseling office today to get your name and contact number on a list.  Sessions can also be held over the phone, if needed.

Key Club members: You can all find some outdoor volunteer work over this time off from school. Let’s stay in touch via school email and Remind. Get your hours and serve your community in a safe way. Remember Social Distancing and stay well.

Suicide Prevention Crisis Line 1-888-910-0416 or www.imhurting.org If you or someone you know needs help, reach out and get help!

•  Found: We have three rings in the office to be claimed. If you lost a ring, please see if Jan has it. 

All students, please remember the importance of using regular hand-washing to minimize the spreading of germs.  After using the restroom, and before getting breakfast and lunch at school are all times to wash your hands.  The Health Department recommends thoroughly soaping your hands and rubbing them together for 20 seconds before rinsing. Students are also discouraged from sharing food and eating utensils in the lunchroom.  Let's work together to keep us all healthy!

• 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.

• 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.

•  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!

SCHOLARSHIPS – more scholarships on the website

Here is an alphabetical list of scholarships on theWashBoard.org:

· Arnold and Lucille Eggert Vocational Scholarship - $1,000 Deadline: April 15th

· Barbara Marseille Arts Scholarship - $1,000 Deadline: May 1st

· Clifford G. McCullem Memorial Scholarship - $1,000 Deadline: April 15th

· Deb Johnson Memorial Endowed Scholarship - $1,000 Deadline: May 1st

· Glenn Abraham Memorial Scholarship - $1,000- $5,000 Deadline: April 15th

· Holiday Wreath Scholarship - $1,000- $3,000 Deadline: April 15th

· KC Nomura STEM Scholarship - $2000 Deadline: April 15th

· Phil Johnson Environmental Scholarship - $500 Deadline: May 1st

· Port Townsend High School Alumni Association Scholarship - $800- $2,000 Deadline: April 24th (for seniors whose parents/grandparents graduated from PTHS)

· Port Townsend High School Foundation Scholarship - $500- $2,000 Deadline: April 15th

· Port Townsend Kiwanis Charitable Trust Scholarship - $1,000- $5,000 Deadline: April 26th  (Key Club members should apply.)

 

SPORTS INFO - NO SPORTS PRACTICES BEGINNING MARCH 18TH.

 

 

 Last updated 16.Mar.2020 by Jan Boutilier

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