Daily Announcements

February 22, 2018:

*JV softball will not practice today; we will practice on Friday.

*There will be a brief meeting, in the auxiliary gym, for all students interested in playing football next year on Friday morning, after the first bell. Please report to your first block teacher and let them know you will be attending the meeting.

The Interact Club will meet tomorrow morning in room #177.  Please check in with your homeroom teacher before you report to the meeting.  Permission slips and activities lists, for the upcoming conference, are available on the door of room #177. 

*Attention Students:  If you are interested in being a 4H teen counselor this summer, you may pick up applications in guidance.

*A reminder to students who are participating in the Blind Date with a Book program:  All “Rate Your Date” slips are due by 4th block tomorrow.

*The first practice for students interested in outdoor track will be Monday, February 26 at 3:45 P.M. You will meet in room #147 before heading out to the track. A valid VHSL physical must be on file in order for you to participate. Students can pick up necessary paperwork in Coach Deckel’s room #147 during the day or after school.

*Applications are available for students age 16 and older who are interested in working as a lifeguard or concession worker at DeHart Park this summer. You may pick up applications in Mrs. Corns’ room #132 or at the PC Recreation Department. Applications are due by March 15. Please see Mrs. Corns or Mrs. Handy if you have any questions.

*All students who took Spanish first semester and sold at least five items for the fundraiser: Come see Mrs. Knight, this week, if you would like to go on the field trip to see the Latin dancers on March 16.

*There will be a fishing team meeting tomorrow, in front of Mrs. Knight’s room, at 8:30 A.M. for all members.


February 21, 2018:

The Interact Club will meet Friday morning in room #177.  Please check in with your homeroom teacher before you report to the meeting.  Permission slips and activities lists, for the upcoming conference, are available on the door of room #177. 

*Attention Students:  If you are interested in being a 4H teen counselor this summer, you may pick up applications in guidance.

*A reminder to students who are participating in the Blind Date with a Book program:  All “Rate Your Date” slips are due by 4th block, this Friday, February 23.

*The first practice for students interested in outdoor track will be Monday, February 26 at 3:45 P.M. You will meet in room #147 before heading out to the track. A valid VHSL physical must be on file in order for you to participate. Students can pick up necessary paperwork in Coach Deckel’s room #147 during the day or after school.

*Applications are available for students age 16 and older who are interested in working as a lifeguard or concession worker at DeHart Park this summer. You may pick up applications in Mrs. Corns’ room #132 or at the PC Recreation Department. Applications are due by March 15. Please see Mrs. Corns or Mrs. Handy if you have any questions.

*All students who took Spanish first semester and sold at least five items for the fundraiser: Come see Mrs. Knight, this week, if you would like to go on the field trip to see the Latin dancers on March 16.

*There will be a fishing team meeting on Friday, February 23 in front of Mrs. Knight’s room at 8:30 A.M. for all members.


February 20, 2018:

*The first practice for students interested in outdoor track will be Monday, February 26 at 3:45 P.M. You will meet in room #147 before heading out to the track. A valid VHSL physical must be on file in order for you to participate. Students can pick up necessary paperwork in Coach Deckel’s room #147 during the day or after school.

*Applications are available for students age 16 and older who are interested in working as a lifeguard or concession worker at DeHart Park this summer. You may pick up applications in Mrs. Corns’ room #132 or at the PC Recreation Department. Applications are due by March 15. Please see Mrs. Corns or Mrs. Handy if you have any questions.

*All students who took Spanish first semester and sold at least five items for the fundraiser: Come see Mrs. Knight, this week, if you would like to go on the field trip to see the Latin dancers on March 16.

*There will be a fishing team meeting on Friday, February 23 in front of Mrs. Knight’s room at 8:30 A.M. for all members.


February 16, 2018:

*Congratulations to our PCHS 22nd Virginia Junior Beta State Convention Winners, Connor Campbell and Christian Edwards. Connor Campbell received a third place award in the Science Academic Competition and a second place award in the Pastel Art Competition. Christian Edwards received a second place award for his wood working project. Congratulations, again!

*Congratulations to the January of the Month winners brought to us by the Summit Group. Teacher of the Month is Kristie Goard; Staff of the Month is Ada Fain; Students of the Month are Sydney Kirk and Monroe Morse.

*There will be no girls’ soccer conditioning today. We will begin tryouts on Monday, February 19.

*Today is the last day to check out a Blind Date book in the library. All rate your date slips are due by Friday, February 23. The drawing for the bear and Wal-Mart gift card will be Monday, February 26. Don’t miss this chance; you may get lucky!

*There is a meeting this morning for girls interested to play softball, in the auxiliary gym; report to homeroom before attending.

*There is a meeting this morning at 8:30 in the cafeteria for all girls interested in trying out for soccer. Please check in with your first block teacher before coming to the meeting.

*SCAEL Members:  There is a brief meeting for all SCAEL members this morning, in the library, after announcements.

*Attention FFA Members:  There is a club meeting this morning at 8:30 in the auditorium. Please check in with first block and report to the auditorium.

*The Dan River Basin Association is sponsoring a field trip to Virginia Tech on March 21. This trip will highlight the College of Natural Resources and more specifically the new “Water: Resources, Policy, and Management” degree. There will be hands on activities for students. Serious 9th—12th grade students are welcome to attend. Please pick up a permission form from Ms. Gibson or Ms. Martin. We need at least twenty participants in order to go. Permission forms are due March 5.

*Girls interested in trying out for softball:  Tryouts will be Monday, February 19. You must have a VHSL physical on file in order to participate.

*Find everything you need for your special night at the second annual Martinsville Uptown Bridal and Prom Show ’18 at the New College Institute on Sunday, February 18 from 1:00—4:00 P.M. Spend the day with your friends finding your perfect prom dress and meet with florists, photographers, makeup artists, and much more. Enter in a chance to win door prizes as well. This event is sponsored by New College Foundation and Eden Jewelry. Tickets are on sale at eventbrite.com and will be sold at the door.


February 15, 2018:

*Tomorrow is the last day to check out a Blind Date book in the library. All rate your date slips are due by Friday, February 23. The drawing for the bear and Wal-Mart gift card will be Monday, February 26. Don’t miss this chance; you may get lucky!

*Students interested in Talent Search:  The Talent Search advisor is in the office next to guidance today. Please see her if you need to drop off your application or ask any questions.

*There will be a meeting tomorrow morning at 8:30 in the cafeteria for all girls interested in trying out for soccer. Please check in with your first block teacher before coming to the meeting.

*SCAEL Members:  There will be a brief meeting for all SCAEL members tomorrow morning, in the library, after announcements.

*Attention FFA Members:  There will be a club meeting tomorrow morning at 8:30 in the auditorium. Please check in with first block and report to the auditorium.

*The Dan River Basin Association is sponsoring a field trip to Virginia Tech on March 21. This trip will highlight the College of Natural Resources and more specifically the new “Water: Resources, Policy, and Management” degree. There will be hands on activities for students. Serious 9th—12th grade students are welcome to attend. Please pick up a permission form from Ms. Gibson or Ms. Martin. We need at least twenty participants in order to go. Permission forms are due March 5.

*Girls interested in trying out for softball:  Tryouts will be Monday, February 19. You must have a VHSL physical on file in order to participate.

*Attention Eighth Graders:  It is time for the annual Spelling Bee. If you are interested, please sign up on Mrs. Goard’s door (room #142). We plan to stay today after school. You must have a ride home if you plan to stay. The winner will compete February 22 here at the high school.

*Find everything you need for your special night at the second annual Martinsville Uptown Bridal and Prom Show ’18 at the New College Institute on Sunday, February 18 from 1:00—4:00 P.M. Spend the day with your friends finding your perfect prom dress and meet with florists, photographers, makeup artists, and much more. Enter in a chance to win door prizes as well. This event is sponsored by New College Foundation and Eden Jewelry. Tickets are on sale at eventbrite.com and will be sold at the door.


February 14, 2018:

*Yesterday the cosmetology students traveled to Pittsylvania County Career and Technical Center to participate in the SkillsUSA District Hair and Nail Competition. Allison Boyd placed 2nd in the Hair Competition; Jocelyn Harbour placed 2nd in the Fantasy Competition; and Montana Moorefield placed 3rd in the Fantasy Competition. The team of Brooklyn Martin and Emily Eames placed 3rd in the nail competition. Congratulations to all the girls who participated and placed in this competition.

*There will be a meeting Friday morning at 8:30 in the cafeteria for all girls interested in trying out for soccer. Please check in with your first block teacher before coming to the meeting.

*SCAEL Members:  There will be a brief meeting for all SCAEL members Friday morning, in the library, after announcements.

*Attention FFA Members:  There will be a club meeting this Friday morning at 8:30 in the auditorium. Please check in with first block and report to the auditorium.

*Juniors and seniors interested in college tour field trips should turn in your Talent Search paperwork to Ms. Rosenthal as soon as possible.

*Any senior interested in banking, finance, accounting, or any related field should see Ms. Rosenthal ASAP for a scholarship opportunity.

*The Dan River Basin Association is sponsoring a field trip to Virginia Tech on March 21. This trip will highlight the College of Natural Resources and more specifically the new “Water: Resources, Policy, and Management” degree. There will be hands on activities for students. Serious 9th—12th grade students are welcome to attend. Please pick up a permission form from Ms. Gibson or Ms. Martin. We need at least twenty participants in order to go. Permission forms are due March 5.

*Girls interested in trying out for softball:  Tryouts will be next Monday, February 19. You must have a VHSL physical on file in order to participate.

*Attention Eighth Graders:  It is time for the annual Spelling Bee. If you are interested, please sign up on Mrs. Goard’s door (room #142). We will plan to stay Thursday after school. You must have a ride home if you plan to stay. The winner will compete February 22 here at the high school.

*Find everything you need for your special night at the second annual Martinsville Uptown Bridal and Prom Show ’18 at the New College Institute on Sunday, February 18 from 1:00—4:00 P.M. Spend the day with your friends finding your perfect prom dress and meet with florists, photographers, makeup artists, and much more. Enter in a chance to win door prizes as well. This event is sponsored by New College Foundation and Eden Jewelry. Tickets are on sale at eventbrite.com and will be sold at the door.


February 13, 2018:

*Attention Senior Beta Convention Goers:  This is a reminder…If you are taking medications on the trip, these must be dropped off with the school nurse on Wednesday morning along with the appropriate paperwork. You will drop off your luggage in the upstairs conference room on Wednesday morning.

*Any SCAEL team members who are going on the Beta trip should come by and see Mr. Sherrill at some point today.

*Juniors and seniors interested in college tour field trips should turn in your Talent Search paperwork to Ms. Rosenthal as soon as possible.

*Any senior interested in banking, finance, accounting, or any related field should see Ms. Rosenthal ASAP for a scholarship opportunity.

*Teachers:  Just a reminder to please check your email and vote for the January nominees of the month. Voting closes today at 4:00 P.M.

*Blind Date With a Book will continue through this Friday, February 16. Please come by the library to check out your date this week!

*The Dan River Basin Association is sponsoring a field trip to Virginia Tech on March 21. This trip will highlight the College of Natural Resources and more specifically the new “Water: Resources, Policy, and Management” degree. There will be hands on activities for students. Serious 9th—12th grade students are welcome to attend. Please pick up a permission form from Ms. Gibson or Ms. Martin. We need at least twenty participants in order to go. Permission forms are due March 5.

*Girls interested in trying out for softball:  Tryouts will be next Monday, February 19. You must have a VHSL physical on file in order to participate.

*Attention Eighth Graders:  It is time for the annual Spelling Bee. If you are interested, please sign up on Mrs. Goard’s door (room #142). We will plan to stay Thursday after school. You must have a ride home if you plan to stay. The winner will compete February 22 here at the high school.

*Sweethearts’ Breakfast:  A box is set up at breakfast to enter to win a dinner for two. The drawing will be held tomorrow. Please come, grab breakfast, and support the breakfast program!

*The SAT will be offered during the school day on April 10. Cost is $46 without essay and $60 with essay. Please sign up in the guidance office; today is the deadline.


February 12, 2018:

*Congratulations to our varsity wrestlers on their performance at the Regional tournament this weekend. We had six wrestlers who placed in the tournament. They include Hunter Kenyon and Darious Williams placing fifth; Brian Lange, Owen Smith, and Josh Baker placing sixth; and Alfredo Gutierrez placing fourth. Congratulations to Alfred Gutierrez who qualified for State this weekend. The State tournament is at Church Land High School in Portsmouth, Virginia. Please support Alfredo as he continues his journey on to the State tournament!

*Blind Date With a Book will continue through this Friday, February 16. Please come by the library to check out your date this week!

*Junior Beta Convention Goers:  Be at the high school, in front of the Cougar statute, by 5:45 tomorrow morning. We will be leaving promptly!

*There will be NO softball conditioning this week. Tryouts are Monday, February 19.

*The Dan River Basin Association is sponsoring a field trip to Virginia Tech on March 21. This trip will highlight the College of Natural Resources and more specifically the new “Water: Resources, Policy, and Management” degree. There will be hands on activities for students. Serious 9th—12th grade students are welcome to attend. Please pick up a permission form from Ms. Gibson or Ms. Martin. We need at least twenty participants in order to go. Permission forms are due March 5.

*Girls interested in trying out for softball:  Tryouts will be next Monday, February 19. You must have a VHSL physical on file in order to participate.

*Attention Eighth Graders:  It is time for the annual Spelling Bee. If you are interested, please sign up on Mrs. Goard’s door (room #142). We will plan to stay Thursday after school. You must have a ride home if you plan to stay. The winner will compete February 22 here at the high school.

*Sweethearts’ Breakfast:  A box is set up at breakfast to enter to win a dinner for two. The drawing will be held on February 14. Please come, grab breakfast, and support the breakfast program!

*The SAT will be offered during the school day on April 10. Cost is $46 without essay and $60 with essay. Please sign up in the guidance office by tomorrow if you would like to test.


February 9, 2018:

*Congratulations to the indoor track team on an awesome job yesterday. Macie Rogers is the 3D Region Champion in the 1000 meter; Lexy Carico won the shot put; Armonte Carter, Macie Rogers, Airelle Taylor, and Ashton Collins won the Region 4x400 relay. The 4x800 relay team of Monroe Morse, Burke Gonzalez, Jared Biedrycki, and Tristan Moore qualified for State, as well as, the 4x400 team of Brandon Rohrbach, Jordan Dalton, Jared Biedrycki, and Burke Gonzalez. Congratulations to all who qualified for State.

*All JROTC students should report to the JROTC classroom at 8:30 A.M. for your Battalion Formation. Do not go to the gym; report to the classroom.

*Sweethearts’ Breakfast:  A box is set up at breakfast to enter to win a dinner for two. The drawing will be held on February 14. Please come, grab breakfast, and support the breakfast program!

*Interact Club Members:  Check your email and complete the survey about our upcoming activity offerings. This survey is needed by today. Any Interact Club member that needs a copy of this email should contact Cheryl Wade via school email. Reminder, there will be a brief meeting of the Interact Club, after school, today in room #177. Permission forms for the upcoming conference in Hot Springs, Virginia will be available at the meeting. This conference is free for Interact Club members.

*The SAT will be offered during the school day on April 10. Cost is $46 without essay and $60 with essay. Please sign up in the guidance office by February 13 if you would like to test.


February 8, 2018:

*There will be NO girls’ tennis conditioning today. We will resume next Tuesday, February 13.

*Sweethearts’ Breakfast:  A box is set up at breakfast to enter to win a dinner for two. The drawing will be held on February 14. Please come, grab breakfast, and support the breakfast program!

*Interact Club Members:  Check your email and complete the survey about our upcoming activity offerings. This survey is needed by tomorrow. Any Interact Club member that needs a copy of this email should contact Cheryl Wade via school email. Reminder, there will be a brief meeting of the Interact Club, after school, tomorrow in room #177. Permission forms for the upcoming conference in Hot Springs, Virginia will be available at the meeting. This conference is free for Interact Club members.

*The SAT will be offered during the school day on April 10. Cost is $46 without essay and $60 with essay. Please sign up in the guidance office by February 13 if you would like to test.


February 7, 2018:

*Sweethearts’ Breakfast:  A box is set up at breakfast to enter to win a dinner for two. The drawing will be held on February 14. Please come, grab breakfast, and support the breakfast program!

*Interact Club Members:  Check your email and complete the survey about our upcoming activity offerings. This survey is needed by Friday, February 9. Any Interact Club member that needs a copy of this email should contact Cheryl Wade via school email. Reminder, there will be a brief meeting of the Interact Club, after school, on Friday, February 9 in room #177. Permission forms for the upcoming conference in Hot Springs, Virginia will be available at the meeting. This conference is free for Interact Club members.

*Attention Seniors:  We will collect money for the senior trip to Carowinds today, tomorrow, and Friday during all three lunches. You must sign up and pay your deposit of $31.50 to reserve your seat by this Friday. If you have questions or concerns, please see Mrs. Culler in room #207 in the CTE Building.

*Attention Juniors and Seniors:  Interested in taking field trips to tour colleges this spring? Talent Search is looking for 11th or 12th graders interested in visiting Longwood, Liberty, Virginia Tech, or Radford to join them on these trips later this month. Sign up in Ms. Rosenthal’s office next to guidance for more information.

*The SAT will be offered during the school day on April 10. Cost is $46 without essay and $60 with essay. Please sign up in the guidance office by February 13 if you would like to test.


February 6, 2018:

*Congratulations to our varsity wrestling team! They were the Piedmont District runner-ups this weekend. Guys who won first place were Alfredo Gutierrez, Brian Lange, and Owen Smith. Also, placing second were Hunter Kenyon and Darious Williams. Third place finishers were Ethan Rorrer and Derek Howard. The fourth place finisher was Josh Baker. Your Cougar wrestlers will be back in action this Friday and Saturday for the Region 3D Tournament at Christiansburg High School looking to qualify for the State Tournament.

*Attention Seniors:  We will collect money for the senior trip to Carowinds Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday during all three lunches. You must sign up and pay your deposit of $31.50 to reserve your seat by this Friday. If you have questions or concerns, please see Mrs. Culler in room #207 in the CTE Building.

*Attention Juniors and Seniors:  Interested in taking field trips to tour colleges this spring? Talent Search is looking for 11th or 12th graders interested in visiting Longwood, Liberty, Virginia Tech, or Radford to join them on these trips later this month. Sign up in Ms. Rosenthal’s office next to guidance for more information.

*The SAT will be offered during the school day on April 10. Cost is $46 without essay and $60 with essay. Please sign up in the guidance office by February 13 if you would like to test.


February 2, 2018:

*Attention Juniors and Seniors:  Interested in taking field trips to tour colleges this spring? Talent Search is looking for 11th or 12th graders interested in visiting Longwood, Liberty, Virginia Tech, or Radford to join them on these trips later this month. Sign up in Ms. Rosenthal’s office next to guidance for more information.

*Blind Date With a Book starts Monday! Come by the library to check one out. Who knows – it may be the start of something beautiful.

*Attention Seniors:  The senior trip to Carowinds is scheduled for Friday, May 11. The cost of the trip is $91.50 (which includes park ticket, all you can eat buffet, soda wristband, and the cost of the charter bus). This amount will be divided into three payments and the deposits will be due the week of February 5 ($31.50), March 5 ($30.00), and final payment due April 13 ($30.00). Tickets will be on sale during all lunches beginning Wednesday, February 7 through Friday, February 9. You must sign up and pay your deposit by February 9 to reserve your seat. If you do not sign up by Friday, February 9, you will only be allowed to go if someone drops out or we do not fill the buses. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Culler in Career and Technical Building, room #207.

*Attention Co-op Students:  Your January hours log is due to Mr. Adams today.

*The SAT will be offered during the school day on April 10. Cost is $46 without essay and $60 with essay. Please sign up in the guidance office by February 13 if you would like to test.


February 1, 2018:

*Fishing Team Members:  If you have not picked up raffle tickets, you need to see Mrs. Knight today.

*Attention Girls Interested in Varsity Tennis:  We will condition after school today. You must have a sports physical for this year in order to participate. Meet in room #20 after school and be prepared to be indoors as well as outdoors (wear layers and bring your racquet). See Coach Strickland if you have any questions.

*Attention Senior Beta Convention Goers:  We will have a meeting at 8:30 A.M., in the cafeteria, tomorrow. All convention goers are expected to attend.

*Attention Seniors:  The senior trip to Carowinds is scheduled for Friday, May 11. The cost of the trip is $91.50 (which includes park ticket, all you can eat buffet, soda wristband, and the cost of the charter bus). This amount will be divided into three payments and the deposits will be due the week of February 5 ($31.50), March 5 ($30.00), and final payment due April 13 ($30.00). Tickets will be on sale during all lunches beginning Wednesday, February 7 through Friday, February 9. You must sign up and pay your deposit by February 9 to reserve your seat. If you do not sign up by Friday, February 9, you will only be allowed to go if someone drops out or we do not fill the buses. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Culler in Career and Technical Building, room #207.

*Attention Co-op Students:  Your January hours log is due to Mr. Adams by tomorrow.

*AASIS:  Past and present members, who are seniors and planning to attend Radford, are you interested in some money for school?  Would you like to be an ASSIS mentor at Radford?  If so, come by room #164, Mrs. Belcher’s room, to pick up an AASIS scholarship application. These applications are due on or before February 5. The earlier the better!

*The SAT will be offered during the school day on April 10. Cost is $46 without essay and $60 with essay. Please sign up in the guidance office by February 13 if you would like to test. 


January 31, 2018:

*Attention Girls Interested in Varsity Tennis:  We will condition tomorrow, February 1. You must have a sports physical for this year in order to participate. Meet in room #20 after school and be prepared to be indoors as well as outdoors (wear layers and bring your racquet). See Coach Strickland if you have any questions.

*Attention Senior Beta Convention Goers:  We will have a meeting at 8:30 A.M., in the cafeteria, this Friday. All convention goers are expected to attend.

*Attention Seniors:  The senior trip to Carowinds is scheduled for Friday, May 11. The cost of the trip is $91.50 (which includes park ticket, all you can eat buffet, soda wristband, and the cost of the charter bus). This amount will be divided into three payments and the deposits will be due the week of February 5 ($31.50), March 5 ($30.00), and final payment due April 13 ($30.00). Tickets will be on sale during all lunches beginning Wednesday, February 7 through Friday, February 9. You must sign up and pay your deposit by February 9 to reserve your seat. If you do not sign up by Friday, February 9, you will only be allowed to go if someone drops out or we do not fill the buses. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Culler in Career and Technical Building, room #207.

*Attention Co-op Students:  Your January hours log is due to Mr. Adams by this Friday,         February 2.

*AASIS:  Past and present members, who are seniors and planning to attend Radford, are you interested in some money for school?  Would you like to be an ASSIS mentor at Radford?  If so, come by room #164, Mrs. Belcher’s room, to pick up an AASIS scholarship application. These applications are due on or before February 5. The earlier the better!

*The SAT will be offered during the school day on April 10. Cost is $46 without essay and $60 with essay. Please sign up in the guidance office by February 13 if you would like to test. 


January 29, 2018:

*Our middle school teams play at home tonight against Westwood Middle School. The boys play at 5:00 P. M. and the girls will follow at 6:30 P.M. Come out and support the Cougars!

*Attention Girls Interested in Varsity Tennis:  We will condition tomorrow, January 30. You must have a sports physical for this year in order to participate. Meet in room #20 after school and be prepared to be indoors as well as outdoors (wear layers and bring your racquet). See Coach Strickland if you have any questions.

*Attention Co-op Students:  Your January hours log is due to Mr. Adams by this Friday, February 2.

*AASIS:  Past and present members, who are seniors and planning to attend Radford, are you interested in some money for school?  Would you like to be an ASSIS mentor at Radford?  If so, come by room #164, Mrs. Belcher’s room, to pick up an AASIS scholarship application. These applications are due on or before February 5. The earlier the better!

*Attention Juniors and Seniors:  Interested in Johnson and Wales University? Sign up in Ms. Rosenthal’s office to meet with an admissions representative for more information.

*Breakfast Drawing:  There is a box on the breakfast cart to enter your name. The prize drawing will be February 2. Please come, eat, and show your support of the breakfast program.

*The SAT will be offered during the school day on April 10. Cost is $46 without essay and $60 with essay. Please sign up in the guidance office by February 13 if you would like to test. 


January 26, 2018:

*Attention Seniors:  There is a senior class meeting this morning at 8:30 A.M., in the cafeteria. You need to check in with your homeroom teacher before attending the meeting.

*Interact Club will meet this morning, during announcements. Old and new members should check in with their homeroom teacher before reporting to room #177.

*AASIS:  Past and present members, who are seniors and planning to attend Radford, are you interested in some money for school?  Would you like to be an ASSIS mentor at Radford?  If so, come by room #164, Mrs. Belcher’s room, to pick up an AASIS scholarship application. These applications are due on or before February 5. The earlier the better!

*Attention Juniors and Seniors:  Interested in Johnson and Wales University? Sign up in Ms. Rosenthal’s office to meet with an admissions representative for more information.

*Breakfast Drawing:  There is a box on the breakfast cart to enter your name. The prize drawing will be February 2. Please come, eat, and show your support of the breakfast program.

*Attention Seniors:  If you would like to be a 7th grade tour guide, you must fill out a form to be considered. Come by room #18 to see Mrs. Rose for an application.

*The SAT will be offered during the school day on April 10. Cost is $46 without essay and $60 with essay. Please sign up in the guidance office by February 13 if you would like to test.

*All fishing team members need to see Mrs. Knight this week to pick up the B.A.S.S. raffle tickets.


January 25, 2018:

*Today is “Love the Library Day”! Bring your public library card or completed application form by the library to be included in the drawing for the Kindle Fire 7. Remember that fines will be freely forgiven to those who ask – today only! Teachers:  Due to today’s extravaganza, the library will be closed for test taking.

*There will be a mandatory meeting for any students wanting to go on the Educators Rising trip March 3 for State Competition. Meet in Mrs. Renegar’s room #223 Friday after announcements.

*Students, Faculty, and Staff:  Come out tonight and support your Lady Cougar basketball team as they take on Martinsville. Free admission – come out and support your Cougars!

*Attention Seniors:  There will be a senior class meeting on Friday morning at 8:30 A.M. in the cafeteria. You need to check in with your homeroom teacher before attending the meeting.

*Attention Juniors and Seniors:  Interested in Johnson and Wales University? Sign up in Ms. Rosenthal’s office to meet with an admissions representative for more information.

*Breakfast Drawing:  There is a box on the breakfast cart to enter your name. The prize drawing will be February 2. Please come, eat, and show your support of the breakfast program.

*Attention Seniors:  If you would like to be a 7th grade tour guide, you must fill out a form to be considered. Come by room #18 to see Mrs. Rose for an application.

*Interact Club will meet Friday morning during announcements. Old and new members should check in with their homeroom teacher before reporting to room #177.

*The SAT will be offered during the school day on April 10. Cost is $46 without essay and $60 with essay. Please sign up in the guidance office by February 13 if you would like to test.

*All fishing team members need to see Mrs. Knight this week to pick up the B.A.S.S. raffle tickets.


January 24, 2018:

*Once again, tomorrow, come to the library for a chance to win an Amazon Kindle Fire 7, goodies, and fine forgiveness. Do you already have a public library card? Bring it in and be included in the drawing. See Mrs. Maxie for more details!

*Breakfast Drawing:  There is a box on the breakfast cart, starting today, to enter your name. The prize drawing will be February 2. Please come, eat, and show your support of the breakfast program.

*Attention Seniors:  If you would like to be a 7th grade tour guide, you must fill out a form to be considered. Come by room #18 to see Mrs. Rose for an application.

*Interact Club will meet Friday morning during announcements. Old and new members should check in with their homeroom teacher before reporting to room #177.

*The SAT will be offered during the school day on April 10. Cost is $46 without essay and $60 with essay. Please sign up in the guidance office by February 13 if you would like to test.

*All fishing team members need to see Mrs. Knight this week to pick up the B.A.S.S. raffle tickets.


January 23, 2018:

*Students:  Mark your calendars for Love Your Library Day on Thursday, January 25. The PCHS Library will be teaming up with the public library in Stuart to bring you a day of library celebration. Come with a class or during your lunch to sign up for a public library card. This card will provide access to thousands of free eBooks and audio through your Smart Phone, tablet or Chromebook. Stop by the PCHS Library for a form or more details. Students who turn in completed forms on January 25 will be included in a drawing for an Amazon Kindle Fire 7. We will also be giving away goodies and forgiving overdue fines to students who ask. Remember, Thursday, January 25 – be there!

*Breakfast Drawing:  There will be a box on the breakfast cart, starting tomorrow, to enter your name. The prize drawing will be February 2. Please come, eat, and show your support of the breakfast program.

*Attention Seniors:  If you would like to be a 7th grade tour guide, you must fill out a form to be considered. Come by room #18 to see Mrs. Rose for an application.

*Interact Club will meet Friday morning during announcements. Old and new members should check in with their homeroom teacher before reporting to room #177.

*The SAT will be offered during the school day on April 10. Cost is $46 without essay and $60 with essay. Please sign up in the guidance office by February 13 if you would like to test.

*All fishing team members need to see Mrs. Knight this week to pick up the B.A.S.S. raffle tickets.


January 22, 2018:

*Junior Beta Members:  Permission forms were due for convention by Friday, January 19. Please turn them in to Mrs. Belcher ASAP.

*All Boys Playing Soccer:  You will have conditioning today. Meet in room #18 immediately after school today.

*Students:  Mark your calendars for Love Your Library Day on Thursday, January 25. The PCHS Library will be teaming up with the public library in Stuart to bring you a day of library celebration. Come with a class or during your lunch to sign up for a public library card. This card will provide access to thousands of free eBooks and audio through your Smart Phone, tablet or Chromebook. Stop by the PCHS Library for a form or more details. Students who turn in completed forms on January 25 will be included in a drawing for an Amazon Kindle Fire 7. We will also be giving away goodies and forgiving overdue fines to students who ask. Remember, Thursday, January 25 – be there!

*Interact Club will meet Friday morning during announcements. Old and new members should check in with their homeroom teacher before reporting to room #177.

*The SAT will be offered during the school day on April 10. Cost is $46 without essay and $60 with essay. Please sign up in the guidance office by February 13 if you would like to test.

*All fishing team members need to see Mrs. Knight this week to pick up the B.A.S.S. raffle tickets.

*Attention Junior and Senior Male Students:  If you have not registered for selective service, please see Mrs. Kendrick in guidance.

*Attention Public Service Students:  Your signed syllabus and work agreements are due. Please turn in both forms to Ms. Largen ASAP. Also, the log sheets for the week of January 16—19 are due today. Please leave those sheets in the door of room #152 when you are finished.

*Attention Students!  Have you got yours?! If you want your name stamped on your yearbook, and you know you do, you must order your book by January 29. Name stamped books are $71. Cash or check payments can be made here at school by seeing Ms. Largen in room #152. Credit card payments must be made online at www.yearbookordercenter.com. 


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