PARENTS Grad Bash is hosting a new fundraiser - a Wildtree meal prep event Sunday, April 30 and you can make 10 freezer meals for your family. Deadline to sign up for the event and prepare a meal bundle is Saturday, April 22 (to allow time to grocery shop and for Wildtree to ship meal bundle items). Here is the link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc3rnk4H24sm4LL9rNwR_4V3dLGhH8E-tg7wQLmhZq4V6mVVw/viewform?c=0&w=1 Also breaking news, Lularoe will be featured at this fundraiser as well!
Thursday 20 April 2017
JUNIORS if you who missed the M-Step test on Tuesday, listen up! Makeups will be given Monday and Friday mornings next week. If you already know you will not be in attendance one of those days, please see Ms Connaughty in the Main Office. Otherwise, you will be receiving a notice the day of testing telling you when and where to report. This is your last chance to take this REQUIRED exam.
TODAY after school, senior graduation speaker auditions will be held in Andrews’ classroom. Only those seniors that submitted a speech to Mrs. Figueroa may audition. Please meet promptly after school today.
Also TODAY, Interact Club meets 3-4pm in Hill's room to prepare for the annual $2-gether for Tuleeni fundraiser, which starts next week! Join them for snacks, fun, and helping our friends at the Tuleeni Orphanage in Tanzania.
To honor Haylee Lewis, Senate is encouraging us all to 'Orange Out for Haylee’ tomorrow.
Also tomorrow is Day of Silence. If you’d like to take a one-day vow of silence to bring awareness of the silencing effects of anti-LGBTQ name-calling, bullying and harassment in schools, please get a sticker, ribbon and info cards from either Ms. Paynich, Mrs. Derenne or Mrs. Marsh and let your teachers know today that you’d like to be silent tomorrow.
You know that old saying, “One man's trash...”? Come pick yourself up some treasure at the PN Band's’ Annual Garage Sale, Friday 4-8pm and Saturday 9am-2pm in the Doghouse.
Earn-Back Time starts Saturday. Please sign up in your grade office if you are planning to be there this week. Show up in the Lower Commons no later than 8am, or you’ll be turned away..
Our state-bound Forensics Team will host an Evening of Champions at 6pm in the Auditorium. The show is free, but they will be accepting donations to help with the journey to States. Another way you can support our forensics team is to dine at their fundraiser at Noodles & Co on Monday 4-8pm. Be sure to mention PNHS Forensics.
IB & AP Exams start on April 28. Visit pnexams.com for the full exam schedule, lists of who is taking what exam, and all the other important testing information.
SENIORS Just a reminder that it's your responsibility to request your final transcript through Parchment. If you want to cross that off your list of things to do, you can do it now and hold for final grades. Step by step instructions are available in the counseling office.
Senior Guys: If you are interested in playing in the PN vs PC men's volleyball match this year, the signup sheet is in the counseling office. The game will take place next Wednesday April 26th at 7pm right here in the Igloo.
Are you looking for a summer job? Summertime Adventure Camp is hiring, even if you’re only 14 or 15. Check out the flyer on the counseling office window or on our social media.
Huskie High Fives
Congratulations to the women’s tennis team who defeated Kalamazoo Central Tuesday. The Varsity score was 8-0 and the JV score was 6-2.
Congratulations to the men's and women's track teams on their victory over St. Joe. Women 107-56, men 95-67.
And continuing to bring awareness to Distracted Driving: The average text takes your eyes off the road for nearly five seconds. When traveling at 55mph, that’s enough time to travel the length of a football field without looking. Please just drive.