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PTHS Daily Bulletin with Sports Events
PTHS Daily Bulletin with Sports Events & Departure Times
Posted on 04/24/2019
PTHS BulletinWEDNESDAY, APRIL 24

THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE:

Monday – 6-Period Day

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.

Monday – Minestrone Soup, Wheat Roll

Tuesday – Beef Tacos

Wednesday – Chicken Gyros

Thursday – Chicken Broccoli Pasta

Friday – Pizza

 

GENERAL INFO 

•  Today is Administrative Professional's Day.... also known as Secretaries Day.

Please take a moment today to let our hard-working secretaries know that you appreciate all that they do for our school!

Jan Boutilier - Main office

Lisa Anderson - Attendance office

Kimberly Montgomery - Counseling office/Registrar

Samantha Massie - ASB office

•  Classes are welcome to attend the PTHS Model United Nations today in the gym from 8:30 – 11:30. All Seniors in CWP are excused from regular classes, plus Silas DeWyse, Savannah Hoffman, and Tusker Behrenfeld, who are pages.

•  Saturday Support Session! Are you a junior or senior who is: behind in credits; failing one or more of your current classes; or have fallen behind on your senior project?  The high school is running a series of five upcoming Saturday sessions to support you in getting back on track with your classes and graduation requirements.

Dates: Saturday April 27, May 4, May 11, May 18 and May 25

Time: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm in the high school library

Snacks and lunch will be provided for students.  

Teachers will be on site at each session, to help you with your work.

Please talk with Mrs. Gard or Ms. Ehrhardt for more information.

Let us help you get back on track for a successful end of the year, and for seniors.... graduation!

•  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 (current Redhawks need not apply again)

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.

•  Join the 2020 Census Team!  Many positions are available in Jefferson County for census workers this summer.  Pay ranges from $15.00 - $16.50 per hour.  Must be 18 years or older to apply. For more information or for help applying, call 1-855-562-2020.  

•  All students going on the Oregon Shakespeare Festival field trip who haven't paid the $200.00 fee, need to bring in a check to Samantha in the ASB Office made out to PTSD #50 by April 28th.  Please see Ms. Nielsen if you have any questions.

 •  All java baristas both new hires and old hires, we need to meet on Monday, April 22nd during lunch in the coffee shop. The espresso stand will be closed today. Please plan on being there, it is our first mandatory employee meeting. We have lots to cover. 

•  Summer school aboard Schooner Adventuress. Earn CTE credit while sailing. Fee is $100. For more information and to register - please go to the West Sound Technical Skills Center Summer School Page:  https://www.bremertonschools.org/domain/1317  Contact Kelley Watson with questions.

•  Need to learn how to tell time on an analog clock? Know how to count change for your summer job? See Lisa Anderson on Tuesday and Thursday in the office this month during lunch

•  Want to be a part of the next edition of the Redhawk Review? Annika is looking for writers and photographers! Talk to Annika at 19an.carlson@ptschools.org or let Jan in the office know you’re interested. Thanks!

Smarter Balanced Testing - These exams are for all 10th graders and any 11th and 12th graders who have not yet met the standard. These tests are required for graduation! Please see the lists in the hallways in the commons and outside of the main office. Ask in the counseling office if you have any questions.

  • Science - May 31 (11th graders only)
  • You must be present for all days of testing for your exam score to count.
  • If you miss any of the testing you will be required to attend the make up session on Saturday, April 27!

•  The next Lunch @ Your Library is Wednesday, April 24th during lunch. Create your own image and turn it into wearable art with button-making tools. Sign up with Su in the library as space is limited.

•  NEW CELL PHONE RULES are in place at PTHS!  If you have any questions, please ask a teacher or in the main office!

  • Cell phones must be in a cell phone holder (these are provided in the classrooms, offices and library) or secured in your backpack.
  • Do not access your cell phone for any reason during instructional time, unless you have gotten permission from the teacher.
  • If you are caught with your cell phone during class or instructional time, it will be taken from you and your parent will need to come in to retrieve it.
  • If you refuse to give up your cell phone, it will be considered defiance, which will result in detention or possibly suspension, if you are disrespectful to the adult who has asked for your cell phone.
  • You may check/use your cell phone before school, in the 5 minutes between passing periods, during lunch, after school.
  • If you have not received a copy of the cell phone rules, pick one up in the main office.  These same rules were also mailed home.

  Students, do you enjoy taking photos? Send your photography to Mr. Gambill and it could end up in this year’s WaWa (yearbook). Photos can be of any subject as long as it’s school appropriate. Email tgambill@ptschools.org

•  ASL - The American Sign Language club is meeting on Mondays. Please come join the club, new members or returning members are needed!

•  Meditation Mornings - We have a community member donating time to mediate with teachers and students each Thursday and Friday mornings, 7:50-8:05. If you can attend for only 5 minutes the door is always open during the session. Start your day in a peaceful way. 

•  The Art Portable Open Studio will be held on Mondays 3-4 pm for current and previous art students. 

•  Credit Recovery will be held from 3 – 4 pm on Tuesday, Wednesday (except on early-release days) & Thursday.

 

SENIORS - Important info just posted:    

•  Scholarships are located on the PTHS website: PTHS Scholarship BulletinSome scholarships with upcoming deadlines:

PTHS Alumni Association Scholarship – April 26 (on thewashboard.org)

PT Kiwanis Scholarship – April 26 (on thewashboard.org)

Eastern Star of Port Townsend – April 30 (get info in the Counseling Office)

Neil Potthoff “Service Above Self” Scholarship – April 30 (on thewashboard.org)

PTHS Scholarship Foundation (several scholarships) – May 1 (on thewashboard.org)

KC Nomura STEM Scholarship – May 1 (on thewashboard.org)


• 
DON’T FORGET TO REGISTER FOR GRAD NIGHT!! You can pick up your registration form across from main office on the senior bulletin board, or print it off the senior information page on the high school website.  Cost is $60, scholarship is available if needed!  For questions, call Aliya Crawford (360) 302-0923.

•  Seniors: Where are you going?? Whether you've committed to a College, Military Branch, Apprenticeship, or something else, come in to the Counseling Office and let us know! 

•  Any seniors who are interested in performing at graduation, please sign up with Jan in the Main Office by Thursday, April 25. All performers in any group must be seniors. Auditions will be in May in the orchestra room.

•  Graduation products will be delivered on Tuesday, May 7th at 10:55 in the auditorium. Plan to attend this meeting.

•  If you have a preference for a graduation walking partner, sign with Jan in the Main Office by Friday, May 17.

•     Scholarships are located at this link: PTHS Scholarship Bulletin - Deadlines are this week for some.

•     Seniors! Yearbook is looking for young child or baby photos from the class of 2019. Send in ones you like to tgambill@ptschools.org and you may be featured in the yearbook.

       
THE WEEK IN SPORTS

•  Tennis for the week through Chimacum High School is below. Any changes in the schedule for the day will be posted on the Main Office window.

  • Wednesday, April 24 – Dismissed at 2:30 for a home match at CHS vs Kingston at 4 pm


Senior night recognition schedule is below. Recognition will take place BEFORE the event. Plan to arrive early.

Friday, April 26 - Soccer


Last updated 24.April.2019 by jboutilier@ptschools.org