Daily Announcements

March 23, 2017:

*Attention Juniors:  Sell…Sell…Sell! As we break for the next couple of days, remember to sell your cookies!! All proceeds go to you!! So, Sell…Sell…Sell!!!

*JROTC is selling complete sets of camouflage battle dress uniforms or BDU’s for $5.00. Stop by JROTC room #218 to pick up a set and get ready for your summer outdoor activities.

*Attention All Varsity Athletes:  If you want to help out with the Special Olympics on Thursday, April 6, your $10 club dues must be paid by Friday, March 31. See Mr. Adams or Mr. Slaydon to pay your dues.

*Have a safe spring break and we will see you Tuesday, March 28.


March 22, 2017:

*Attention Senior Beta Robotics Team:  This is a reminder; we will be meeting today, after school.

*JROTC is selling complete sets of camouflage battle dress uniforms or BDU’s for $5.00. Stop by JROTC room #218 to pick up a set and get ready for your summer outdoor activities.

*Senior Interviews will be conducted in the PCHS library on Friday, March 31 (next week). Details are coming your way.

*Attention All Varsity Athletes:  If you want to help out with the Special Olympics on Thursday, April 6, your $10 club dues must be paid by Friday, March 31. See Mr. Adams or Mr. Slaydon to pay your dues.


March 21, 2017:

*The Lady Cougar tennis team played a tough match against Christiansburg yesterday. However, Helen Dawson continued her singles’ winning streak with an 8-6 victory!

*Congratulations to Hylton Scott and Travis Walker for being named honorable mention members of the 2017 Bass Masters High School All-American Fishing Team. These students were part of sixty-nine students all over the United States to receive this honor and only four students in Virginia to make this team. Congratulations guys!

*Congratilations to the boys’ tennis team on their win over Christiansburg last night 5-4. Singles’ winners for Patrick County were:  Bennett Reeder 6-0, 6-1; Sandile Hill 6-2, 6-4; Jacob McNulty 6-2, 6-2. And, doubles’ winners for Patrick County were:  Garrett Worley and Frankie LaComa 6-4, 6-4; Bennett Reeder and Sandile Hill 6-0, 6-4.

*Senior Interviews will be conducted in the PCHS library on Friday, March 31 (next week). Details are coming your way.

*Attention All Varsity Athletes:  If you want to help out with the Special Olympics on Thursday, April 6, your $10 club dues must be paid by Friday, March 31. See Mr. Adams or Mr. Slaydon to pay your dues.

*Women’s soccer will practice at Rotary today; report to the cafeteria immediately after school. 


March 20, 2017:

*All permission field trip forms for the trip to Virginia Tech need to be turned in today to Mr. Henderson. If you have not paid your DRBA dues and are planning on going, you need to pay Ms. Gibson ASAP in room #146, or you will not be able to go.


March 17, 2017:

* The Lady Cougar tennis team traveled to Halifax for their match yesterday. Congratulations to Helen Dawson on her win and to Gracen Baliles and Hannah Martin for their doubles win.

*There will be a brief meeting this morning during announcements in Mrs. Wade’s room for all Interact Club students traveling to the Homestead Resort Saturday.

*There will be a junior class meeting in the cafeteria today at 8:35 A.M. Please report to your homeroom teacher before attending. It is very important all juniors attend this meeting.

*March 31 is the deadline for Patrick Henry Community College scholarships currently open. Please turn your completed applications in to Miss Keffer or come by her office to get an application if you need one.

*Teachers:  Lunch in the Library will be held today during all three lunches for grades 11th—12th. Tickets for the event will be delivered to your first block classes. Please allow students with Lunch in the Library tickets to be released for lunch five minutes early. Students must have a ticket to attend. Thanks for supporting the library!

*Students attending Lunch in the Library today:  A ticket to the event will be delivered to your first block today. You must have that ticket in your hand to be released early to get your lunch and come to the library. You must also have the ticket when you come to the library to be included in the prize drawing.

*Attention Students:  You’d better hurry. This week is the last week to order your yearbook at the $65 price. Prices increase on Monday, March 20 to $75. There are only 195 more books available, so hurry and reserve your copy today. Come see Ms. Largen in room #152 or go online to www.yearbookordercenter.com to get your copy today.

*All first semester JROTC cadets wishing to attend the military ball on May 6 must see Sergeant First Class Melton or Lieutenant Colonel Wagner before April 20.

*The ASVAB will be given again on April 12. Any student interested in taking this test should sign up with Ms. Keffer.


March 16, 2017:

*March 31 is the deadline for Patrick Henry Community College scholarships currently open. Please turn your completed applications in to Miss Keffer or come by her office to get an application if you need one.

*Teachers:  Lunch in the Library will be held today during all three lunches for grades 8th—10th. Tickets for the event will be delivered to your first block classes. Please allow students with Lunch in the Library tickets to be released for lunch five minutes early. Students must have a ticket to attend. Thanks for supporting the library!

*Students attending Lunch in the Library today:  A ticket to the event will be delivered to your first block today. You must have that ticket in your hand to be released early to get your lunch and come to the library. You must also have the ticket when you come to the library to be included in the prize drawing.

*Attention Students:  You’d better hurry. This week is the last week to order your yearbook at the $65 price. Prices increase on Monday, March 20 to $75. There are only 195 more books available, so hurry and reserve your copy today. Come see Ms. Largen in room #152 or go online to www.yearbookordercenter.com to get your copy today.

*There will be a junior class meeting in the cafeteria tomorrow, March 17 at 8:35 A.M. Please report to your homeroom teacher before attending. It is very important all juniors attend this meeting.

*All first semester JROTC cadets wishing to attend the military ball on May 6 must see Sergeant First Class Melton or Lieutenant Colonel Wagner before April 20.

*The ASVAB will be given again on April 12. Any student interested in taking this test should sign up with Ms. Keffer.

*It’s that time of year again! This year’s Dodgeball Tournament will be held Friday, March 17 here at PCHS. The first whistle blows at 7:00 P.M.; teams need to arrive at 6:30 P.M. You can come watch this event for $5 as well. 


March 15, 2017:

*Shakespeare Fans – Today is March 15 – Beware the Ides of March!

*Attention Students:  You’d better hurry. This week is the last week to order your yearbook at the $65 price. Prices increase on Monday, March 20 to $75. There are only 195 more books available, so hurry and reserve your copy today. Come see Ms. Largen in room #152 or go online to www.yearbookordercenter.com to get your copy today.

*March 31 is the deadline for Patrick Henry Community College scholarships currently open. Please turn your completed applications in to Miss Keffer or come by her office to get an application if you need one.

*There will be a junior class meeting in the cafeteria Friday, March 17 at 8:35 A.M. Please report to your homeroom teacher before attending. It is very important all juniors attend this meeting.

*Fishing team raffle tickets are due today. There will be a fishing team meeting on Friday, March 17 in Mrs. Knight’s room #19 during announcements. Check in with your homeroom teachers before you come.

*Today is the last day to sign up for Lunch in the Library. We still have openings for first and third lunches. Please sign up today!

*AASIS Seniors – Past and Present:  Listen up! If you are a senior and are a member of AASIS or have been a member of AASIS, you need to come by room #164 to see Mrs. Belcher ASAP! Also, if you plan to attend Radford University and have been or are a member of AASIS, there is an opportunity for some scholarship money! If you are interested, again, come see Mrs. Belcher in room #164 because the deadline is less than two weeks away! She can hook you up with the application – so, go see her!

*Seniors:  Scholarships are available now on the guidance website. Please be mindful of deadlines. All scholarships with a March 28 deadline are due to Ms. Rosenthal. Browse through the website to see what you qualify for, and see Ms. Rosenthal with any questions. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL the last minute.

*All first semester JROTC cadets wishing to attend the military ball on May 6 must see Sergeant First Class Melton or Lieutenant Colonel Wagner before April 20.

*The ASVAB will be given again on April 12. Any student interested in taking this test should sign up with Ms. Keffer.


March 13, 2017:

*Wednesday is the last day to sign up for Lunch in the Library. We still have openings for first and third lunches. Please sign up today!

*Attention 12th Grade Beta Club Members:  Ms. Rosenthal needs six volunteers to help with College Night Tuesday evening. If you would like service hours and are available to help, stop by her office to sign up – first come, first served.

*AASIS Seniors – Past and Present:  Listen up! If you are a senior and are a member of AASIS or have been a member of AASIS, you need to come by room #164 to see Mrs. Belcher ASAP! Also, if you plan to attend Radford University and have been or are a member of AASIS, there is an opportunity for some scholarship money! If you are interested, again, come see Mrs. Belcher in room #164 because the deadline is less than two weeks away! She can hook you up with the application – so, go see her!

*Juniors:  Mark your calendars for college night next Tuesday, March 14 in the PCHS cafeteria. There will be FREE pizza, drawings for three $500 scholarships, and information to start planning for college.

*Seniors:  Scholarships are available now on the guidance website. Please be mindful of deadlines. All scholarships with a March 28 deadline are due to Ms. Rosenthal. Browse through the website to see what you qualify for, and see Ms. Rosenthal with any questions. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL the last minute.

*All first semester JROTC cadets wishing to attend the military ball on May 6 must see Sergeant First Class Melton or Lieutenant Colonel Wagner before April 20.

*The ASVAB will be given again on April 12. Any student interested in taking this test should sign up with Ms. Keffer.

*It’s that time of year again! This year’s Dodgeball Tournament will be held Friday, March 17 here at PCHS. Teams of eight can get their paperwork in the front office; it costs $5 to play. All paperwork and money should be turned in to Ms. Chaney no later than Wednesday, March 15. The first whistle blows at 7:00 P.M.; teams need to arrive at 6:30 P.M. If you don’t have a team, come watch this event for $5 as well. The first sixteen teams will be put in the high school division, so sign up today! 


March 10, 2017:

*Congratulations to Helen Dawson and Ashton Young for their doubles win over Franklin County last night. They also won their singles matches! The girls’ tennis team has an away match next week. Well done to the entire team!

*Attention 12th Grade Beta Club Members:  Ms. Rosenthal needs six volunteers to help with College Night next Tuesday evening. If you would like service hours and are available to help, stop by her office to sign up – first come, first served.

*It’s picture time! Grab your friends and sign up for buddy pictures. These pictures will be taken on Monday, March 13. Sign up for a time on Ms. Largen’s door (room #154) or in the office with Mrs. Stanley.

*AASIS Seniors – Past and Present:  Listen up! If you are a senior and are a member of AASIS or have been a member of AASIS, you need to come by room #164 to see Mrs. Belcher ASAP! Also, if you plan to attend Radford University and have been or are a member of AASIS, there is an opportunity for some scholarship money! If you are interested, again, come see Mrs. Belcher in room #164 because the deadline is less than two weeks away! She can hook you up with the application – so, go see her!

*Juniors:  Mark your calendars for college night next Tuesday, March 14 in the PCHS cafeteria. There will be FREE pizza, drawings for three $500 scholarships, and information to start planning for college.

*Seniors:  Scholarships are available now on the guidance website. Please be mindful of deadlines. All scholarships with a March 28 deadline are due to Ms. Rosenthal. Browse through the website to see what you qualify for, and see Ms. Rosenthal with any questions. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL the last minute.

*The second payment of $30 for the senior trip to Carowinds is due today. We will be collecting the deposit money in the hallway during all three lunches. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this payment, please see Mrs. Culler in CTE (room #207).

*Those sophomores who still have dual enrollment applications should turn them in to Ms. Keffer today.

*Attention 8th & 9th Graders:  Any girl wishing to try out for flag corps needs to sign up on Mrs. Amy Corns’ door (room #132) today.

*Attention Students:  DeHart Park is now accepting applications for lifeguards for the 2017 summer season. You must be at least 16 years old to apply. Applications are available in room #132 (Mrs. Corns’ room) or at the PC Recreation Department. Applications are due by April 1. Please see Mrs. Corns or Mrs. Handy if you have any questions.

*DRBA students and Challenge students are invited to go on a field trip to Virginia Tech on Friday, March 31 to attend the Virginia Water Resources Research Center. Students and researchers are working to develop solutions to water resource challenges in the state of Virginia and nation (think Flint, Michigan water issues last year - Virginia Tech has been working on that problem.) Signup sheets and permission forms are on Mr. Henderson’s door, room #140, and Ms. Gibson’s door, room #146. Permission slips should be turned in by March 15.

*All first semester JROTC cadets wishing to attend the military ball on May 6 must see Sergeant First Class Melton or Lieutenant Colonel Wagner before April 20.

*Senior Beta has a service project for anyone who needs hours. Tomorrow, at Rotary Field, the Alzheimer’s group will have a yard sale. It starts at 6:30 A.M. and will end around 5:00 P.M. If anyone is interested, sign up on Mr. Turchek’s door (room #170). If you have any questions ask Angel Conner.

*The ASVAB will be given again on April 12. Any student interested in taking this test should sign up with Ms. Keffer.

*It’s that time of year again! This year’s Dodgeball Tournament will be held Friday, March 17 here at PCHS. Teams of eight can get their paperwork in the front office; it costs $5 to play. All paperwork and money should be turned in to Ms. Chaney no later than Wednesday, March 15. The first whistle blows at 7:00 P.M.; teams need to arrive at 6:30 P.M. If you don’t have a team, come watch this event for $5 as well. The first sixteen teams will be put in the high school division, so sign up today!


March 9, 2017:

*Attention 8th Graders:  Your registration form is due today. It must be turned in to guidance with all the required signatures.

*It’s picture time! Grab your friends and sign up for buddy pictures. These pictures will be taken on Monday, March 13. Sign up for a time on Ms. Largen’s door (room #154) or in the office with Mrs. Stanley.

*Boys’ baseball (JV and varsity) have a game today at home. Also, JV softball is at Dehart Park today at 4:30 P.M. Varsity softball is here today at 4:30 P.M.

*Girls’ soccer will practice at Rotary today; report to the cafeteria immediately after school.

*AASIS Seniors – Past and Present:  Listen up! If you are a senior and are a member of AASIS or have been a member of AASIS, you need to come by room #164 to see Mrs. Belcher ASAP! Also, if you plan to attend Radford University and have been or are a member of AASIS, there is an opportunity for some scholarship money! If you are interested, again, come see Mrs. Belcher in room #164 because the deadline is less than two weeks away! She can hook you up with the application – so, go see her!

*Juniors:  Mark your calendars for college night next Tuesday, March 14 in the PCHS cafeteria. There will be FREE pizza, drawings for three $500 scholarships, and information to start planning for college.

*Seniors:  Scholarships are available now on the guidance website. Please be mindful of deadlines. All scholarships with a March 28 deadline are due to Ms. Rosenthal. Browse through the website to see what you qualify for, and see Ms. Rosenthal with any questions. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL the last minute.

*The second payment of $30 for the senior trip to Carowinds is due by tomorrow, March 10. We will be collecting the deposit money in the hallway during all three lunches -- today and tomorrow. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this payment, please see Mrs. Culler in CTE (room #207) before tomorrow.

*Those sophomores who still have dual enrollment applications should turn them in to Ms. Keffer this week.

*Attention 8th & 9th Graders:  Any girl wishing to try out for flag corps needs to sign up on Mrs. Amy Corns’ door (room #132) this week.

*Attention Students:  DeHart Park is now accepting applications for lifeguards for the 2017 summer season. You must be at least 16 years old to apply. Applications are available in room #132 (Mrs. Corns’ room) or at the PC Recreation Department. Applications are due by April 1. Please see Mrs. Corns or Mrs. Handy if you have any questions.

*Signup sheets are in the library for next week’s Lunch in the Library event. There are only ten spots per lunch, so sign up today!

*DRBA students and Challenge students are invited to go on a field trip to Virginia Tech on Friday, March 31 to attend the Virginia Water Resources Research Center. Students and researchers are working to develop solutions to water resource challenges in the state of Virginia and nation (think Flint, Michigan water issues last year - Virginia Tech has been working on that problem.) Signup sheets and permission forms are on Mr. Henderson’s door, room #140, and Ms. Gibson’s door, room #146. Permission slips should be turned in by March 15.

*All first semester JROTC cadets wishing to attend the military ball on May 6 must see Sergeant First Class Melton or Lieutenant Colonel Wagner before April 20.

*Senior Beta has a service project for anyone who needs hours. Saturday, March 11 at Rotary Field the Alzheimer’s group will have a yard sale. It starts at 6:30 A.M. and will end around 5:00 P.M. If anyone is interested, sign up on Mr. Turchek’s door (room #170). If you have any questions ask Angel Conner.

*The ASVAB will be given again on April 12. Any student interested in taking this test should sign up with Ms. Keffer.

*It’s that time of year again! This year’s Dodgeball Tournament will be held Friday, March 17 here at PCHS. Teams of eight can get their paperwork in the front office; it costs $5 to play. All paperwork and money should be turned in to Ms. Chaney no later than Wednesday, March 15. The first whistle blows at 7:00 P.M.; teams need to arrive at 6:30 P.M. If you don’t have a team, come watch this event for $5 as well. The first sixteen teams will be put in the high school division, so sign up today!


March 8, 2017:

*Girls’ soccer will practice at Rotary today; report to the cafeteria immediately after school.

*AASIS Seniors – Past and Present:  Listen up! If you are a senior and are a member of AASIS or have been a member of AASIS, you need to come by room #164 to see Mrs. Belcher ASAP! Also, if you plan to attend Radford University and have been or are a member of AASIS, there is an opportunity for some scholarship money! If you are interested, again, come see Mrs. Belcher in room #164 because the deadline is less than two weeks away! She can hook you up with the application – so, go see her!

*Juniors:  Mark your calendars for college night next Tuesday, March 14 in the PCHS cafeteria. There will be FREE pizza, drawings for three $500 scholarships, and information to start planning for college.

*Seniors:  Scholarships are available now on the guidance website. Please be mindful of deadlines. All scholarships with a March 28 deadline are due to Ms. Rosenthal. Browse through the website to see what you qualify for, and see Ms. Rosenthal with any questions. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL the last minute.

*The second payment of $30 for the senior trip to Carowinds is due by Friday, March 10. We will be collecting the deposit money in the hallway during all three lunches (today, tomorrow, and Friday). If you have any questions or concerns regarding this payment, please see Mrs. Culler in CTE (room #207) before March 10.

*Those sophomores who still have dual enrollment applications should turn them in to Ms. Keffer this week.

*Attention 8th & 9th Graders:  Any girl wishing to try out for flag corps needs to sign up on Mrs. Amy Corns’ door (room #132) this week.

*Attention Students:  DeHart Park is now accepting applications for lifeguards for the 2017 summer season. You must be at least 16 years old to apply. Applications are available in room #132 (Mrs. Corns’ room) or at the PC Recreation Department. Applications are due by April 1. Please see Mrs. Corns or Mrs. Handy if you have any questions.

*Signup sheets are in the library for next week’s Lunch in the Library event. There are only ten spots per lunch, so sign up today!

*DRBA students and Challenge students are invited to go on a field trip to Virginia Tech on Friday, March 31 to attend the Virginia Water Resources Research Center. Students and researchers are working to develop solutions to water resource challenges in the state of Virginia and nation (think Flint, Michigan water issues last year - Virginia Tech has been working on that problem.) Signup sheets and permission forms are on Mr. Henderson’s door, room #140, and Ms. Gibson’s door, room #146. Permission slips should be turned in by March 15.

*All first semester JROTC cadets wishing to attend the military ball on May 6 must see Sergeant First Class Melton or Lieutenant Colonel Wagner before April 20.

*Senior Beta has a service project for anyone who needs hours. Saturday, March 11 at Rotary Field the Alzheimer’s group will have a yard sale. It starts at 6:30 A.M. and will end around 5:00 P.M. If anyone is interested, sign up on Mr. Turchek’s door (room #170). If you have any questions ask Angel Conner.

*The ASVAB will be given again on April 12. Any student interested in taking this test should sign up with Ms. Keffer.

*It’s that time of year again! This year’s Dodgeball Tournament will be held Friday, March 17 here at PCHS. Teams of eight can get their paperwork in the front office; it costs $5 to play. All paperwork and money should be turned in to Ms. Chaney no later than Wednesday, March 15. The first whistle blows at 7:00 P.M.; teams need to arrive at 6:30 P.M. If you don’t have a team, come watch this event for $5 as well. The first sixteen teams will be put in the high school division, so sign up today!


March 7, 2017:

*Congratulations to the PC middle school girls’ soccer team for winning over Martinsville last night 5-0.

*The second payment of $30 for the senior trip to Carowinds is due by Friday, March 10. We will be collecting the deposit in the hall during all three lunches (Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday). If you have any questions or concerns regarding this payment, please see Mrs. Culler in CTE (room #207) before March 10.

*Those sophomores who still have dual enrollment applications should turn them in to Ms. Keffer this week.

*Attention 9th Graders:  Your registration form is due tomorrow. It must be turned in to guidance with all the required signatures.

*Attention 8th & 9th Graders:  Any girl wishing to try out for flag corps needs to sign up on Mrs. Amy Corns’ door (room #132) this week.

*Attention Students:  DeHart Park is now accepting applications for lifeguards for the 2017 summer season. You must be at least 16 years old to apply. Applications are available in room #132 (Mrs. Corns’ room) or at the PC Recreation Department. Applications are due by April 1. Please see Mrs. Corns or Mrs. Handy if you have any questions.

*Signup sheets are in the library for next week’s Lunch in the Library event. There are only ten spots per lunch, so sign up today!

*DRBA students and Challenge students are invited to go on a field trip to Virginia Tech on Friday, March 31 to attend the Virginia Water Resources Research Center. Students and researchers are working to develop solutions to water resource challenges in the state of Virginia and nation (think Flint, Michigan water issues last year - Virginia Tech has been working on that problem.) Signup sheets and permission forms are on Mr. Henderson’s door, room #140, and Ms. Gibson’s door, room #146. Permission slips should be turned in by March 15.

*Students who are requesting an AP course for next year:  Please indicate on your registration form which semester you would prefer to take each AP course or write “No Preference” if you don’t have a preference. We will try to put the AP courses in the semesters you request, but it is not a guarantee.

*All first semester JROTC cadets wishing to attend the military ball on May 6 must see Sergeant First Class Melton or Lieutenant Colonel Wagner before April 20.

*Senior Beta has a service project for anyone who needs hours. Saturday, March 11 at Rotary Field the Alzheimer’s group will have a yard sale. It starts at 6:30 A.M. and will end around 5:00 P.M. If anyone is interested, sign up on Mr. Turchek’s door (room #170). If you have any questions ask Angel Conner.

*The ASVAB will be given again on April 12. Any student interested in taking this test should sign up with Ms. Keffer.

*It’s that time of year again! This year’s Dodgeball Tournament will be held Friday, March 17 here at PCHS. Teams of eight can get their paperwork in the front office; it costs $5 to play. All paperwork and money should be turned in to Ms. Chaney no later than Wednesday, March 15. The first whistle blows at 7:00 P.M.; teams need to arrive at 6:30 P.M. If you don’t have a team, come watch this event for $5 as well. The first sixteen teams will be put in the high school division, so sign up today! 


March 6, 2017:

*Congratulations to the JROTC drill team for bringing home eight trophies and placing third overall in the Tunstall High School drill competition this past Saturday. The drill teams’ honors included JV Armed Individual – second place; Varsity Armed Individual – third place, Varsity Squad Unarmed – third place, Varsity Squad Armed – third place, Platoon Unarmed – third place, Platoon Inspection – second place, and Color Guard – third place. Outstanding job accolades to all JROTC drill team members for this past weekend. Good luck in Pikeville, NC next month.

*Congratulations to the following students who competed in the Educators Rising State Competition over the weekend:  Jenny West, Maggie Edwards, Andrea Thomas, Sadge Hughes, and Candace Freeman. The Patrick County team placed third in the “Inside our Schools” presentation.

*Girls’ Soccer:  Practice will be at Rotary today; report to the cafeteria immediately after school today.

*Those sophomores who still have dual enrollment applications should turn them in to Ms. Keffer this week.

*Attention 10th Graders:  Your registration form is due tomorrow. It must be turned in to guidance with all the required signatures.

*Attention 8th & 9th Graders:  Any girl wishing to try out for flag corps needs to sign up on Mrs. Amy Corns’ door (room #132) this week.

*Attention Students:  DeHart Park is now accepting applications for lifeguards for the 2017 summer season. You must be at least 16 years old to apply. Applications are available in room #132 (Mrs. Corns’ room) or at the PC Recreation Department. Applications are due by April 1. Please see Mrs. Corns or Mrs. Handy if you have any questions.

*Signup sheets are in the library for next week’s Lunch in the Library event. There are only ten spots per lunch, so sign up today!

*DRBA students and Challenge students are invited to go on a field trip to Virginia Tech on Friday, March 31 to attend the Virginia Water Resources Research Center. Students and researchers are working to develop solutions to water resource challenges in the state of Virginia and nation (think Flint, Michigan water issues last year - Virginia Tech has been working on that problem.) Signup sheets and permission forms are on Mr. Henderson’s door, room #140, and Ms. Gibson’s door, room #146. Permission slips should be turned in by March 15.

*Students who are requesting an AP course for next year:  Please indicate on your registration form which semester you would prefer to take each AP course or write “No Preference” if you don’t have a preference. We will try to put the AP courses in the semesters you request, but it is not a guarantee.

*All first semester JROTC cadets wishing to attend the military ball on May 6 must see Sergeant First Class Melton or Lieutenant Colonel Wagner before April 20.

*Senior Beta has a service project for anyone who needs hours. Saturday, March 11 at Rotary Field the Alzheimer’s group will have a yard sale. It starts at 6:30 A.M. and will end around 5:00 P.M. If anyone is interested, sign up on Mr. Turchek’s door (room #170). If you have any questions ask Angel Conner.

*The ASVAB will be given again on April 12. Any student interested in taking this test should sign up with Ms. Keffer.

*It’s that time of year again! This year’s Dodgeball Tournament will be held Friday, March 17 here at PCHS. Teams of eight can get their paperwork in the front office; it costs $5 to play. All paperwork and money should be turned in to Ms. Chaney no later than Wednesday, March 15. The first whistle blows at 7:00 P.M.; teams need to arrive at 6:30 P.M. If you don’t have a team, come watch this event for $5 as well. The first sixteen teams will be put in the high school division, so sign up today!


March 3, 2017:

*Congratulations to the middle school girls’ soccer team for winning last night 1-0 over FC.

*If you are going to the in the 12th grade next year, your registration form is due on Monday. It must be turned in to guidance with all the required signatures.

*Lunch in the Library is coming on March 16 and 17. Please listen for more details next week!

*FEA members attending the State competition in Manassas today:  You should eat first lunch today and report to the front office immediately after.

*All first semester JROTC cadets wishing to attend the military ball on May 6 must see Sergeant First Class Melton or Lieutenant Colonel Wagner before April 20.

*Attention Art Students:  Our awards ceremony at Reynolds-Homestead is Sunday, May 7.

*Senior Beta has a service project for anyone who needs hours. Saturday, March 11 at Rotary Field the Alzheimer’s group will have a yard sale. It starts at 6:30 A.M. and will end around 5:00 P.M. If anyone is interested, sign up on Mr. Turchek’s door (room #170). If you have any questions ask Angel Conner.

*Girls’ Soccer:  Practice will be at the high school today; report to room #179 immediately after school today.

*The ASVAB will be given again on April 12. Any student interested in taking this test should sign up with Ms. Keffer.

*Fishing team raffle tickets are due March 15. Give them to Mrs. Knight by then in the library before school or room #19 after school.

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

*It’s that time of year again! This year’s Dodgeball Tournament will be held Friday, March 17 here at PCHS. Teams of eight can get their paperwork in the front office; it costs $5 to play. All paperwork and money should be turned in to Ms. Chaney no later than Wednesday, March 15. The first whistle blows at 7:00 P.M.; teams need to arrive at 6:30 P.M. If you don’t have a team, come watch this event for $5 as well. The first sixteen teams will be put in the high school division, so sign up today!


March 2, 2017:

*Girls’ Soccer:  JV and varsity will practice at Rotary today; report to the cafeteria immediately after school today.

*Girls’ Tennis:  Report to the home courts after school. Practice will be a PCHS with Coach Terry.

*The Summit Steering Committee will meet tomorrow morning, March 3 in room #146. Please check in with your homeroom teacher before attending. It is very important that all members attend this meeting in order for this organization to move forward. If you have any questions see Ms. Gibson, Ms. Boles, or Mr. Slayden.

*Any sophomores that still have dual enrollment applications can turn them in to Ms. Keffer this week.

*The ASVAB will be given again on April 12. Any student interested in taking this test should sign up with Ms. Keffer.

*Attention Juniors:  Are you interested in Campbell University? Find out more about this school’s admission requirements, course offerings, and campus life at an informational session on March 8. See Ms. Rosenthal to sign up or get more information.

*Fishing team raffle tickets are due March 15. Give them to Mrs. Knight by then in the library before school or room #19 after school.

*Attention Co-op Students:  Your February hours log is due to Mr. Adams by tomorrow, March 3.

*Attention 8th -- 11th Grade Students:  This week will be registration of classes for the upcoming 2017-2018 school year. The parent registration informational meeting has been rescheduled for tonight at 6:30 P.M. in the PCHS auditorium. We will be covering graduation requirements, course selections, and all other aspects of registration. There will be representatives from Patrick Henry Community College available to answer questions about dual enrollment opportunities, the D-Squared Program, Talent Search, and Upward Bound. Please let your parents know.

*It’s that time of year again! This year’s Dodgeball Tournament will be held Friday, March 17 here at PCHS. Teams of eight can get their paperwork in the front office; it costs $5 to play. All paperwork and money should be turned in to Ms. Chaney no later than Wednesday, March 15. The first whistle blows at 7:00 P.M.; teams need to arrive at 6:30 P.M. If you don’t have a team, come watch this event for $5 as well. The first sixteen teams will be put in the high school division, so sign up today!


March 1, 2017:

*The Summit Steering Committee will meet Friday morning, March 3 in room #146. Please check in with your homeroom teacher before attending. It is very important that all members attend this meeting in order for this organization to move forward. If you have any questions see Ms. Gibson, Ms. Boles, or Mr. Slayden.

*Any sophomores that still have dual enrollment applications can turn them in to Ms. Keffer this week.

*The ASVAB will be given again on April 12. Any student interested in taking this test should sign up with Ms. Keffer.

*Attention Juniors:  Are you interested in Campbell University? Find out more about this school’s admission requirements, course offerings, and campus life at an informational session on March 8. See Ms. Rosenthal to sign up or get more information.

*Fishing team raffle tickets are due March 15. Give them to Mrs. Knight by then in the library before school or room #19 after school.

*FEA members attending the State competition in Manassas this weekend:  Your trip payment is due today. Please bring money by room #223.

*Attention Co-op Students:  Your February hours log is due to Mr. Adams by Friday, March 3.

*Attention 8th -- 11th Grade Students:  This week will be registration of classes for the upcoming 2017-2018 school year. There will be a parent registration information night held tonight at 6:30 P.M. in the PCHS auditorium. We will be covering graduation requirements, course selections, and all other aspects of registration. There will be representatives from Patrick Henry Community College available to answer questions about dual enrollment opportunities, the D-Squared Program, Talent Search, and Upward Bound. Please let your parents know.

*It’s that time of year again! This year’s Dodgeball Tournament will be held Friday, March 17 here at PCHS. Teams of eight can get their paperwork in the front office; it costs $5 to play. All paperwork and money should be turned in to Ms. Chaney no later than Wednesday, March 15. The first whistle blows at 7:00 P.M.; teams need to arrive at 6:30 P.M. If you don’t have a team, come watch this event for $5 as well. The first sixteen teams will be put in the high school division, so sign up today!

 

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