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PTHS Daily Bulletin with Sports Events
PTHS Daily Bulletin with Sports Events & Departure Times
Posted on 10/17/2019
PTHS BulletinTHURSDAY, OCTOBER 17




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 – Teacher Professional Day

 

THIS WEEK'S LUNCH MENU:

All lunches include Salad Bar.

MondayMinestrone Soup, Corn Bread

Tuesday – Beef Tacos

Wednesday – Roman Noodles w/Veggies & Chicken

Thursday – Polenta Lasagna

Friday – No School


GENERAL INFO  

Key Club Leadership meeting Thursday at lunch in the conference room. We will have an update on the Breast Cancer Awareness project.

This Thursday, Oct. 17th, in Ms. Dow’s room, M-305, the Expedition Club will be holding an informational meeting for all those curious about the summer trip to Phapang, Thailand. Come if you have any questions or a general interest

PTHS will participate in the statewide earthquake drill on Thursday at 10:17 pm. Prior to the drill, your 2nd period teachers will review our schools earthquake protocol with you in class.

Future of Oceans Lecture Series: "The Salish Sea's Native Corals: A New Tool to Monitor Ocean Acidification" - Alex Gagnon, Associate Professor, Chemical Oceanography, University of Washington3 pm October 20th at the Fort Worden Chapel.

Lunch @ Your Library is Thursday, October 24th. Come meet Hilary from the PT Public library and join us in our monthly creative crafternoon lunchtime program called "Lunch at your library". This is event is limited to 25 students. Don't miss this opportunity; sign up in the library with Su. Bring your lunch and learn a new skill. This month we will make glass magnets with homemade or upcycled art. It's going to be great!  

Juniors and Seniors, find career opportunities close to home at the Jefferson County Jobs Fair! Come learn about local jobs with competitive wages Friday, October 25th from 1-3 pm in the PTHS Gym

• Please pick up a free copy of the Redhawk Review, our PTHS student-led newspaper, in front of the ASB office and across from the Main Office! 

 • Rhododendron Festival Royalty applications are now available in the main office. You need a minimum 2.0 GPA and willingness to represent your community at various events and festivals. Scholarships of $1,500 and $1,000 are awarded to the royalty. Deadline is Thursday, October 31.

The PTHS Cheerleaders will again be doing their “Give Cancer the Boot” Fundraiser during the month of October. Last year over $750 was raised for the Edensaw Community Cancer Foundation helping those with cancer right here in Jefferson County and this year we’re hoping to donate even more!  Look for the bedazzled pink boots at Redhawk sporting events throughout the month of October or at the ASB office to make  a donation & get a pink bead necklace!  We appreciate your support! 

On Tuesdays and Thursdays, the high school library will be open from 3:15 - 4:15 for students who need homework help, or a quiet place to study.  Students will need to sign in when entering, so that we can track you for attendance purposes. The session will be run by our paraeducators, who are in some classes during the day, and are familiar with the assignments you are working on in class.Come in and get the help you need to keep your grades up! 

Yearbook is looking for photos of your summer adventures. If you have any pictures from your summer that you love, please either submit them to yearbookforever.com (password: redhawk) or send them to Hailey Gallagher at 22h.gallagher@g.ptschools.org or to Melanie Bakin at 21m.bakin@ptschools.org

The PTHS coffee shop, Redhawk Brew, is open Monday – Friday during lunch. Please support this student-led business! 

Breakfast Reminder - Breakfast is available between the first and second period of the day for students who are dropped off late and cannot get breakfast eaten before the first class.  Students who are on campus early enough to eat, need to have breakfast before going to their first class.  If your breakfast causes a mess in class, you will not be allowed to eat in the classroom.

•  Drop-in college help is now available Tuesdays after school in the Library! Need help registering for the SAT? Filling out your college apps? Or just need someone to look over your college essays? We've got you covered.

The ASVAB will be offered Tuesday, October 22nd at 8:30 am - whether you're interested in joining the military, or just want to take the test for career exploration purposes. Sign up in the Counseling Office.

  Meditation, Mindfulness Practice, Quiet Time, meets on Thursday and Friday, time 8:00-8:15 in room M-306.

•  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. 

•   Hurry and buy the 2020 PTHS Yearbook now for $50 before the price increases to $62 later in the year.


SENIORS

IMPORTANT SENIOR INFORMATION: The deadline for Senior Tributes is Friday December 6th, 2019. Senior mugs for the senior section in the yearbook are due Tuesday January 14th, 2020. Please mark these deadlines and get them in early. See editors Melanie Bakin or Sophia Morris if you have questions.

The yearbook is looking for baby photos for the Young Seniors page. If you have any that you want to be in the yearbook, email them to Donna at 20d.mead@ptschools.org or Mr. Gambill at tgambill@ptschools.org



New Scholarship:

•   The Washington Opportunity Career and Technical Scholarship has just opened for Washington residents planning to go to community or technical college. This scholarship offers $1,500 per quarter in scholarship funding towards certificates, apprenticeships and associate degreesWinter 2020 applications are due by October 23, 2019 at 11:59 pm! Check out the Scholarship Bulletin or visit the Career and Technical Scholarship page for more information.

SPORTS INFO

The PTHS Cheerleaders are hosting a mini cheer camp October 14-18. Students in kindergarten through eighth grade are invited to attend this fun camp and see what cheer is all about! They’ll even get to perform at halftime at our Friday night football game! Packets with all the details can be found in the offices of Salish Coast Elementary School, Blue Heron Middle School or at the high school ASB office.

Senior Night Schedule:

Thursday, October 17 – Volleyball

Tuesday, October 22 - Soccer

Friday, November 8 – Football & Cheer


SPORTS THIS WEEK
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Boys’ Tennis Schedule: Check at the Main Office window for any changes before you leave school. Any rainouts will be posted there.

  • Thursday, Oct. 17 – Dismissed at 1:15 pm
  • Monday, Oct. 21 – Dismissed at 2:30 pm
 

 Last updated 17.Oct.2019 by Jan Boutilier