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Daily Announcements 12.12.19

Daily Student Announcements

Thursday

December 12, 2019



   Please come out and support Project Graduaton from 5-8 pm on December 19th at Chick-Fil-A!  Twenty percent of the proceeds will go towards PT’s Project Graduation. This will be at the free-standing location on Hinkleville Road.



   Pageturners will meet next Wednesday, December 18th,instead of Friday because of finals.  





   Christmas Angels Needed! If you are interested in helping a student in need, please sign up in Tornado Alley to be a Christmas Angel! Thank you in advance for helping to make the holiday season special for our students. Deadline to sign up is December 6th.  



   B.A.B.E.S. & B2G members interested in attending the HBCU College Tour in January, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC.  



   TODAY: A representative from GSE, Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs, will be at PTHS on Thursday, December 12th, at 12:30 in the library. Please sign up in guidance if you’d like to attend. You will be excused from your 6th hour class.



   2nd SEMESTER SCHEDULE CHANGES--There is now a 2nd semester schedule change form in the guidance office. Students will be required to get signature of the teacher whose class they are dropping, and the teacher whose class they want to add.  Students and their parent/guardian also must sign the form.  Getting the signatures does not guarantee the changes depending on the courses they want and the times they are offered.  For instance, many electives are such that you have to know the 1st semester material to be successful in the 2nd semester of the class.  The signatures provide a check and balance procedure so teachers and parents/guardians can have conversations with the students about possible changes.  FORMS MUST BE TURNED INTO THE GUIDANCE OFFICE BY FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13TH.  Counselors are taking care of all changes BEFORE break.  



   Christmas Assistance: If any PT student is in need of assistance, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC for an applicaton.  Anyone receiving assistance must attend a Parent/Youth Cafe... Date TBD



   Today’s  Lunch: Wing Day, baked beans, garden salad, rolls and fresh fruit



   Tomorrow’s Lunch: Walking Tacos, Potato  











Guidance Announcements



   Please see the attachment for updated scholarships and due dates



   A representative from the Navy will be here on Monday, January 13 during 1st period to present  their about special warfare programs like Navy SEALS, divers, air rescue and EOD (Explosive Ordinance Disposal). Interested students should sign up in the guidance office.  You don’t have to be in JROTC to attend the presentation.  You will receive a note later to show to your 1st period teacher in order to be dismissed from class to attend the presentation.



   TODAY: A representative from GSE, Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs, will be at PTHS on Thursday, December 12th, at 12:30 in the library. Please sign up in guidance if you’d like to attend. You will be excused from your 6th hour class.



   A representative from Georgetown College will be in the library during lunch on January 16th.  Make plans to attend through the Guidance Office if you are interested in more info about Georgetown.



   Attention 10th graders who are in Algebra 2 this year: The applications for Gatton Academy of Math and Science at WKU are open.  Gatton is a two year residential STEM program for intellectually gifted students who are juniors and seniors. The Gatton Academy will select approximately 95 Kentucky residents each year to attend the program.  The criteria to apply to Gatton Academy are the following:  Kentucky resident, 10th grade student at time of application and 11th grade at time of entry into Gatton Academy, completed Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra 2 by end of 10th grade, minimum ACT math of 22, submit all applications materials by January 31 of 10th grade year.  For more information and to apply, visit https://www.wku.edu/academy/



   Attention 10th graders who are in Algebra 2 this year: The applications for Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Math at Morehead State University are open. Craft Academy is a dual credit residential program for academically exceptional students who are juniors and seniors.  Criteria to apply to Craft Academy are the following:  Kentucky resident, current 10th grader student, completed Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra 2 by the end of 10th grade, score a minimum ACT English score of 18, ACT Reading of 22, and ACT Math of 22.  The deadline to apply is February 1st of 10th grade year.   For more information and to apply, visit, https://www.moreheadstate.edu/Academics/Craft-Academy



   ATTENTION SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN GSA: Governor School for the Arts

Questions? Call or email us!  
502.566.5192
gsainfo@kentuckycenter.org

Application launch is October 4. The application is an online process.
The application and recommendations deadline is January 10.  

GSA is looking for students with skills in their art form, passion for creativity, an open mind, collaborative spirit, and an eagerness for learning to apply for the Summer Program. Does that sound like you? Apply now!

For three weeks every summer, over 200 of Kentucky’s most talented and creative high school students are invited to grow and learn together at the Governor’s School for the Arts’ college summer residence program. Sophomores and juniors in high school are offered in-depth instruction in one of nine artistic disciplines: architecture + design, creative writing, dance, drama, instrumental music, musical theatre, film + photography, visual art, and vocal music.

http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/



   PTHS JUNIORS: The Coolidge Scholarship is now open!

The Coolidge Scholarship is a full-ride, four-year, merit scholarship that may be used by recipients for undergraduate study at any accredited college or university in the United States.

Any high school junior who plans on enrolling in college in the fall of 2021 and is an American citizen or legal permanent resident is eligible to apply (unfortunately current high school seniors are not eligible to apply).

Coolidge Scholars are selected based primarily on academic excellence. Secondary criteria include: an interest in public policy, an appreciation for and understanding of the values President Coolidge championed, as well as humility and service.
https://coolidgescholars.org



   Governor's School for Entrepreneurs.  Applications are now available.  One change for this year is that GSE will not accept team applications.  Applicants will apply as individuals and teams will be formed by GSE.

This is a great opportunity for your entrepreneurial students!

https://www.kentuckygse.com/



   Governor's School for the Arts Application is now live!!

This application must be completed online.

http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/gsa





   Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.  



   Murray State University's Commonwealth Honors Academy Application is now available online at:



http://www.murraystate.edu/cha



Commonwealth Honors Academy

The Commonwealth Honors Academy is an exciting, challenging academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year.

www.murraystate.edu

The Commonwealth Honors Academy (CHA) is an exciting, challenging three-week academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year, maintained a 3.5 GPA and received a minimum composite 25 ACT.  Students will be selected from the commonwealth and the surrounding region.



The CHA Advantage:

*Six hours of university credit

*College scholarship opportunity

*Six additional hours during senior year



The CHA Experience:

*Live on College campus

*Participate in college honors classes

*Opportunities to meet and work with other outstanding students, professors and secondary teachers in a university setting



Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information.































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Daily Announcements 12.09.19

Daily Student Announcements

Monday

December 9, 2019



   Please come out and support Project Graduaton from 5-8 pm on December 19th at Chick-Fil-A!  Twenty percent of the proceeds will go towards PT’s Project Graduation. This will be at the free-standing location on Hinkleville Road.



   There will be an FCA meeting after school in room 220 on Wednesday after school.  



   There will be a National History Day meeting after school in room 220 on Tuesday after school.  



   No archery practice today. Practice tomorrow for team members who have turned in all their paperwork.



   Christmas Angels Needed! If you are interested in helping a student in need, please sign up in Tornado Alley to be a Christmas Angel! Thank you in advance for helping to make the holiday season special for our students. Deadline to sign up is December 6th.  



   B.A.B.E.S. & B2G members interested in attending the HBCU College Tour in January, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC.  



   A representative from GSE, Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs, will be at PTHS on Thursday, December 12th, at 12:30 in the library. Please sign up in guidance if you’d like to attend. You will be excused from your 6th hour class.



   2nd SEMESTER SCHEDULE CHANGES--There is now a 2nd semester schedule change form in the guidance office. Students will be required to get signature of the teacher whose class they are dropping, and the teacher whose class they want to add.  Students and their parent/guardian also must sign the form.  Getting the signatures does not guarantee the changes depending on the courses they want and the times they are offered.  For instance, many electives are such that you have to know the 1st semester material to be successful in the 2nd semester of the class.  The signatures provide a check and balance procedure so teachers and parents/guardians can have conversations with the students about possible changes.  FORMS MUST BE TURNED INTO THE GUIDANCE OFFICE BY FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13TH.  Counselors are taking care of all changes BEFORE break.  



   Christmas Assistance: If any PT student is in need of assistance, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC for an applicaton.  Anyone receiving assistance must attend a Parent/Youth Cafe... Date TBD



   Kicks for Kids: The PT Boys Basketball team will be collecting new and gently used shoes before the holiday season for those less fortunate. Athletic shoes, dress shoes, boots and flats in both adult or children’s sizes are accepted and appreciated. There will be a box located in or near the main office for collection. Please bring shoes anytime before December 11th.





   Today’s Lunch: chicken and waffles, macaroni and cheese, baked beans and fresh fruit



   Tomorrow’s Lunch: Buffalo Chicken Dip, celery and carrots with Ranch, french fries and fresh fruit







Guidance Announcements



   Please see the attachment for updated scholarships and due dates



   A representative from GSE, Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs, will be at PTHS on Thursday, December 12th, at 12:30 in the library. Please sign up in guidance if you’d like to attend. You will be excused from your 6th hour class.



   A representative from Georgetown College will be in the library during lunch on January 16th.  Make plans to attend through the Guidance Office if you are interested in more info about Georgetown.



   Attention 10th graders who are in Algebra 2 this year: The applications for Gatton Academy of Math and Science at WKU are open.  Gatton is a two year residential STEM program for intellectually gifted students who are juniors and seniors. The Gatton Academy will select approximately 95 Kentucky residents each year to attend the program.  The criteria to apply to Gatton Academy are the following:  Kentucky resident, 10th grade student at time of application and 11th grade at time of entry into Gatton Academy, completed Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra 2 by end of 10th grade, minimum ACT math of 22, submit all applications materials by January 31 of 10th grade year.  For more information and to apply, visit https://www.wku.edu/academy/



   Attention 10th graders who are in Algebra 2 this year: The applications for Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Math at Morehead State University are open. Craft Academy is a dual credit residential program for academically exceptional students who are juniors and seniors.  Criteria to apply to Craft Academy are the following:  Kentucky resident, current 10th grader student, completed Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra 2 by the end of 10th grade, score a minimum ACT English score of 18, ACT Reading of 22, and ACT Math of 22.  The deadline to apply is February 1st of 10th grade year.   For more information and to apply, visit, https://www.moreheadstate.edu/Academics/Craft-Academy



   ATTENTION SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN GSA: Governor School for the Arts

Questions? Call or email us!  
502.566.5192
gsainfo@kentuckycenter.org

Application launch is October 4. The application is an online process.
The application and recommendations deadline is January 10.  

GSA is looking for students with skills in their art form, passion for creativity, an open mind, collaborative spirit, and an eagerness for learning to apply for the Summer Program. Does that sound like you? Apply now!

For three weeks every summer, over 200 of Kentucky’s most talented and creative high school students are invited to grow and learn together at the Governor’s School for the Arts’ college summer residence program. Sophomores and juniors in high school are offered in-depth instruction in one of nine artistic disciplines: architecture + design, creative writing, dance, drama, instrumental music, musical theatre, film + photography, visual art, and vocal music.

http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/



   PTHS JUNIORS: The Coolidge Scholarship is now open!

The Coolidge Scholarship is a full-ride, four-year, merit scholarship that may be used by recipients for undergraduate study at any accredited college or university in the United States.

Any high school junior who plans on enrolling in college in the fall of 2021 and is an American citizen or legal permanent resident is eligible to apply (unfortunately current high school seniors are not eligible to apply).

Coolidge Scholars are selected based primarily on academic excellence. Secondary criteria include: an interest in public policy, an appreciation for and understanding of the values President Coolidge championed, as well as humility and service.
https://coolidgescholars.org



   Governor's School for Entrepreneurs.  Applications are now available.  One change for this year is that GSE will not accept team applications.  Applicants will apply as individuals and teams will be formed by GSE.

This is a great opportunity for your entrepreneurial students!

https://www.kentuckygse.com/



   Governor's School for the Arts Application is now live!!

This application must be completed online.

http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/gsa





   Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.  



   Murray State University's Commonwealth Honors Academy Application is now available online at:



http://www.murraystate.edu/cha



Commonwealth Honors Academy

The Commonwealth Honors Academy is an exciting, challenging academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year.

www.murraystate.edu

The Commonwealth Honors Academy (CHA) is an exciting, challenging three-week academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year, maintained a 3.5 GPA and received a minimum composite 25 ACT.  Students will be selected from the commonwealth and the surrounding region.



The CHA Advantage:

*Six hours of university credit

*College scholarship opportunity

*Six additional hours during senior year



The CHA Experience:

*Live on College campus

*Participate in college honors classes

*Opportunities to meet and work with other outstanding students, professors and secondary teachers in a university setting



Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information.































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Daily Announcements 12.06.19

Daily Student Announcements
Friday
December 6, 2019


• Pageturners will meet TODAY during 1st and 3rd lunches. If you didn’t receive the book last week, please come by to get a copy. If anyone wants to join in the discussion, there are several extra copies of the book available in the library and it’s a wonderful read for teens and adults too.

• Students: Before coming to the library, your teacher needs to CALL me and you need to sign in at the door with your name and teacher’s name. Students who haven’t been given permission to come will be sent back to class. Also, security cameras have now been installed throughout the library.

• Christmas Angels Needed! If you are interested in helping a student in need, please sign up in Tornado Alley to be a Christmas Angel! Thank you in advance for helping to make the holiday season special for our students. Deadline to sign up is December 6th.

• B.A.B.E.S. & B2G members interested in attending the HBCU College Tour in January, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC.

• A representative from GSE, Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs, will be at PTHS on Thursday, December 12th, at 12:30 in the library. Please sign up in guidance if you’d like to attend. You will be excused from your 6th hour class.

• 2nd SEMESTER SCHEDULE CHANGES--There is now a 2nd semester schedule change form in the guidance office. Students will be required to get signature of the teacher whose class they are dropping, and the teacher whose class they want to add. Students and their parent/guardian also must sign the form. Getting the signatures does not guarantee the changes depending on the courses they want and the times they are offered. For instance, many electives are such that you have to know the 1st semester material to be successful in the 2nd semester of the class. The signatures provide a check and balance procedure so teachers and parents/guardians can have conversations with the students about possible changes. FORMS MUST BE TURNED INTO THE GUIDANCE OFFICE BY FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13TH. Counselors are taking care of all changes BEFORE break.

• Christmas Assistance: If any PT student is in need of assistance, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC for an applicaton. Anyone receiving assistance must attend a Parent/Youth Cafe... Date TBD

• Kicks for Kids: The PT Boys Basketball team will be collecting new and gently used shoes before the holiday season for those less fortunate. Athletic shoes, dress shoes, boots and flats in both adult or children’s sizes are accepted and appreciated. There will be a box located in or near the main office for collection. Please bring shoes anytime before December 11th.


• Today’s Lunch: Fettuccine Alfredo Penne, green beans, garden salad, breadstick and fresh fruit



Guidance Announcements

• Please see the attachment for updated scholarships and due dates

• A representative from GSE, Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs, will be at PTHS on Thursday, December 12th, at 12:30 in the library. Please sign up in guidance if you’d like to attend. You will be excused from your 6th hour class.

• A representative from Georgetown College will be in the library during lunch on January 16th. Make plans to attend through the Guidance Office if you are interested in more info about Georgetown.

• Attention 10th graders who are in Algebra 2 this year: The applications for Gatton Academy of Math and Science at WKU are open. Gatton is a two year residential STEM program for intellectually gifted students who are juniors and seniors. The Gatton Academy will select approximately 95 Kentucky residents each year to attend the program. The criteria to apply to Gatton Academy are the following: Kentucky resident, 10th grade student at time of application and 11th grade at time of entry into Gatton Academy, completed Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra 2 by end of 10th grade, minimum ACT math of 22, submit all applications materials by January 31 of 10th grade year. For more information and to apply, visit https://www.wku.edu/academy/

• Attention 10th graders who are in Algebra 2 this year: The applications for Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Math at Morehead State University are open. Craft Academy is a dual credit residential program for academically exceptional students who are juniors and seniors. Criteria to apply to Craft Academy are the following: Kentucky resident, current 10th grader student, completed Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra 2 by the end of 10th grade, score a minimum ACT English score of 18, ACT Reading of 22, and ACT Math of 22. The deadline to apply is February 1st of 10th grade year. For more information and to apply, visit, https://www.moreheadstate.edu/Academics/Craft-Academy

• ATTENTION SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN GSA: Governor School for the Arts
Questions? Call or email us!
502.566.5192
gsainfo@kentuckycenter.org
Application launch is October 4. The application is an online process.
The application and recommendations deadline is January 10.
GSA is looking for students with skills in their art form, passion for creativity, an open mind, collaborative spirit, and an eagerness for learning to apply for the Summer Program. Does that sound like you? Apply now!
For three weeks every summer, over 200 of Kentucky’s most talented and creative high school students are invited to grow and learn together at the Governor’s School for the Arts’ college summer residence program. Sophomores and juniors in high school are offered in-depth instruction in one of nine artistic disciplines: architecture + design, creative writing, dance, drama, instrumental music, musical theatre, film + photography, visual art, and vocal music.
http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/

• PTHS JUNIORS: The Coolidge Scholarship is now open!
The Coolidge Scholarship is a full-ride, four-year, merit scholarship that may be used by recipients for undergraduate study at any accredited college or university in the United States.
Any high school junior who plans on enrolling in college in the fall of 2021 and is an American citizen or legal permanent resident is eligible to apply (unfortunately current high school seniors are not eligible to apply).
Coolidge Scholars are selected based primarily on academic excellence. Secondary criteria include: an interest in public policy, an appreciation for and understanding of the values President Coolidge championed, as well as humility and service.
https://coolidgescholars.org

• Governor's School for Entrepreneurs. Applications are now available. One change for this year is that GSE will not accept team applications. Applicants will apply as individuals and teams will be formed by GSE.
This is a great opportunity for your entrepreneurial students!
https://www.kentuckygse.com/

• Governor's School for the Arts Application is now live!!
This application must be completed online.
http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/gsa


• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Murray State University's Commonwealth Honors Academy Application is now available online at:

http://www.murraystate.edu/cha

Commonwealth Honors Academy
The Commonwealth Honors Academy is an exciting, challenging academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year.
www.murraystate.edu

The Commonwealth Honors Academy (CHA) is an exciting, challenging three-week academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year, maintained a 3.5 GPA and received a minimum composite 25 ACT.  Students will be selected from the commonwealth and the surrounding region.

The CHA Advantage:
*Six hours of university credit
*College scholarship opportunity
*Six additional hours during senior year

The CHA Experience:
*Live on College campus
*Participate in college honors classes
*Opportunities to meet and work with other outstanding students, professors and secondary teachers in a university setting

Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information.
















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Daily Announcements 12.03.19

Daily Student Announcements
Tuesday
December 3, 2019


• Pageturners will meet this Friday during 1st and 3rd lunches. If you didn’t receive the book last week, please come by to get a copy. If anyone wants to join in the discussion, there are several extra copies of the book available in the library and it’s a wonderful read for teens and adults too.

• Christmas Angels Needed! If you are interested in helping a student in need, please sign up in Tornado Alley to be a Christmas Angel! Thank you in advance for helping to make the holiday season special for our students. Deadline to sign up is December 6th.

• ACT Prep: If you are staying for ACT Prep today you need to report to the Cafeteria at 2:30.

• B.A.B.E.S. & B2G members interested in attending the HBCU College Tour in January, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC.

• 2nd SEMESTER SCHEDULE CHANGES--There is now a 2nd semester schedule change form in the guidance office. Students will be required to get signature of the teacher whose class they are dropping, and the teacher whose class they want to add. Students and their parent/guardian also must sign the form. Getting the signatures does not guarantee the changes depending on the courses they want and the times they are offered. For instance, many electives are such that you have to know the 1st semester material to be successful in the 2nd semester of the class. The signatures provide a check and balance procedure so teachers and parents/guardians can have conversations with the students about possible changes. FORMS MUST BE TURNED INTO THE GUIDANCE OFFICE BY FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13TH. Counselors are taking care of all changes BEFORE break.


• The Army Recruiters have resheduled their visit to set up in the Blue Room for December 4th during the Lunches

• Christmas Assistance: If any PT student is in need of assistance, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC for an applicaton. Anyone receiving assistance must attend a Parent/Youth Cafe... Date TBD

• Kicks for Kids: The PT Boys Basketball team will be collectign new and gently used shoes before the holiday season for those less fortunate. Athletic shoes, dress shoes, boots and flats in both adult or children’s sizes are accepted and appreciated. There will be a box located in or near the main office for collection. Please bring shoes anytime before December 11th.

• Today’s Lunch: Big Blue Nacho Bar, fresh lettuce, salsa, corn and fresh fruit
• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Wing Day, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, fresh fruit and roll

Guidance Announcements

• Please see the attachment for updated scholarships and due dates

• Attention 10th graders who are in Algebra 2 this year: The applications for Gatton Academy of Math and Science at WKU are open. Gatton is a two year residential STEM program for intellectually gifted students who are juniors and seniors. The Gatton Academy will select approximately 95 Kentucky residents each year to attend the program. The criteria to apply to Gatton Academy are the following: Kentucky resident, 10th grade student at time of application and 11th grade at time of entry into Gatton Academy, completed Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra 2 by end of 10th grade, minimum ACT math of 22, submit all applications materials by January 31 of 10th grade year. For more information and to apply, visit https://www.wku.edu/academy/

• Attention 10th graders who are in Algebra 2 this year: The applications for Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Math at Morehead State University are open. Craft Academy is a dual credit residential program for academically exceptional students who are juniors and seniors. Criteria to apply to Craft Academy are the following: Kentucky resident, current 10th grader student, completed Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra 2 by the end of 10th grade, score a minimum ACT English score of 18, ACT Reading of 22, and ACT Math of 22. The deadline to apply is February 1st of 10th grade year. For more information and to apply, visit, https://www.moreheadstate.edu/Academics/Craft-Academy

• ATTENTION SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN GSA: Governor School for the Arts
Questions? Call or email us!
502.566.5192
gsainfo@kentuckycenter.org
Application launch is October 4. The application is an online process.
The application and recommendations deadline is January 10.
GSA is looking for students with skills in their art form, passion for creativity, an open mind, collaborative spirit, and an eagerness for learning to apply for the Summer Program. Does that sound like you? Apply now!
For three weeks every summer, over 200 of Kentucky’s most talented and creative high school students are invited to grow and learn together at the Governor’s School for the Arts’ college summer residence program. Sophomores and juniors in high school are offered in-depth instruction in one of nine artistic disciplines: architecture + design, creative writing, dance, drama, instrumental music, musical theatre, film + photography, visual art, and vocal music.
http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/



• SENIORS—Need money for college? Another FAFSA Help Day is around the corner on Monday, December 2 from 4pm-7pm. Link to sign up for an appointment is on PTHS Facebook, PTHS Guidance Facebook and Twitter or you can see Ms. Sievers to have her register you for an appointment.



• PTHS JUNIORS: The Coolidge Scholarship is now open!
The Coolidge Scholarship is a full-ride, four-year, merit scholarship that may be used by recipients for undergraduate study at any accredited college or university in the United States.
Any high school junior who plans on enrolling in college in the fall of 2021 and is an American citizen or legal permanent resident is eligible to apply (unfortunately current high school seniors are not eligible to apply).
Coolidge Scholars are selected based primarily on academic excellence. Secondary criteria include: an interest in public policy, an appreciation for and understanding of the values President Coolidge championed, as well as humility and service.
https://coolidgescholars.org

• Governor's School for Entrepreneurs. Applications will be available for high school students on November 15th. One change for this year is that GSE will not accept team applications. Applicants will apply as individuals and teams will be formed by GSE.
This is a great opportunity for your entrepreneurial students!
https://www.kentuckygse.com/

• Governor's School for the Arts Application is now live!!
This application must be completed online.
http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/gsa


• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Murray State University's Commonwealth Honors Academy Application is now available online at:

http://www.murraystate.edu/cha

Commonwealth Honors Academy
The Commonwealth Honors Academy is an exciting, challenging academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year.
www.murraystate.edu

The Commonwealth Honors Academy (CHA) is an exciting, challenging three-week academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year, maintained a 3.5 GPA and received a minimum composite 25 ACT.  Students will be selected from the commonwealth and the surrounding region.

The CHA Advantage:
*Six hours of university credit
*College scholarship opportunity
*Six additional hours during senior year

The CHA Experience:
*Live on College campus
*Participate in college honors classes
*Opportunities to meet and work with other outstanding students, professors and secondary teachers in a university setting

Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information.
















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Daily Announcements 12.02.19

Daily Student Announcements

Monday

December 2,  2019



   The Archery Team will practice today from 3 until 5. Students that need to ride the bus should ride bus 111, which loads outside the band room on 25th street. Students that have not turned in a physical should not come to practice. If you need to check on the status of your physical, contact Mr. Harned in room 205.



   Pageturners will meet this Friday during 1st and 3rd lunches.  If you didn’t receive the book last week, please come by to get a copy.  If anyone wants to join in the discussion, there are several extra copies of the book available in the library and it’s a wonderful read for teens and adults too.



   Christmas Angels Needed! If you are interested in helping a student in need, please sign up in Tornado Alley to be a Christmas Angel! Thank you in advance for helping to make the holiday season special for our students. Deadline to sign up is December 6th.  



   ACT Prep: If you are staying for ACT Prep tomorrow, you  need to report to the Cafeteria tomorrow at 2:30.  



   B.A.B.E.S. & B2G members interested in attending the HBCU College Tour in January, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC.  



   2nd SEMESTER SCHEDULE CHANGES--There is now a 2nd semester schedule change form in the guidance office. Students will be required to get the signature of the teacher whose class they are dropping, and the teacher whose class they want to add.  Students and their parent/guardian also must sign the form.  Getting the signatures does not guarantee the changes depending on the courses they want and the times they are offered.  For instance, many electives are such that you have to know the 1st semester material to be successful in the 2nd semester of the class.  The signatures provide a check and balance procedure so teachers and parents/guardians can have conversations with the students about possible changes.  FORMS MUST BE TURNED INTO THE GUIDANCE OFFICE BY FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13TH.  Counselors are taking care of all changes BEFORE break.  





   The Army Recruiters have resheduled their visit to set up in the Blue Room for December 4th during the Lunches



   Christmas Assistance: If any PT student is in need of assistance, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC for an applicaton.  Anyone receiving assistance must attend a Parent/Youth Cafe... Date TBD



   Kicks for Kids: The PT Boys Basketball team will be collectign new and gently used shoes before the holiday season for those less fortunate. Athletic shoes, dress shoes, boots and flats in both adult or children’s sizes are accepted and appreciated. There will be a box located in or near the main office for collection. Please bring shoes anytime before December 11th.



   Today’s Lunch: Pizza stuffed breadsticks with marinara, french fries, garden salad and fresh fruit



   Tomorrow’s Lunch: Big Blue Nacho Bar, fresh lettuce, salsa, corn and fresh fruit



Guidance Announcements



   Please see the attachment for updated scholarships and due dates



   Attention 10th graders who are in Algebra 2 this year: The applications for Gatton Academy of Math and Science at WKU are open.  Gatton is a two year residential STEM program for intellectually gifted students who are juniors and seniors. The Gatton Academy will select approximately 95 Kentucky residents each year to attend the program.  The criteria to apply to Gatton Academy are the following:  Kentucky resident, 10th grade student at time of application and 11th grade at time of entry into Gatton Academy, completed Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra 2 by end of 10th grade, minimum ACT math of 22, submit all applications materials by January 31 of 10th grade year.  For more information and to apply, visit https://www.wku.edu/academy/



   Attention 10th graders who are in Algebra 2 this year: The applications for Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Math at Morehead State University are open. Craft Academy is a dual credit residential program for academically exceptional students who are juniors and seniors.  Criteria to apply to Craft Academy are the following:  Kentucky resident, current 10th grader student, completed Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra 2 by the end of 10th grade, score a minimum ACT English score of 18, ACT Reading of 22, and ACT Math of 22.  The deadline to apply is February 1st of 10th grade year.   For more information and to apply, visit, https://www.moreheadstate.edu/Academics/Craft-Academy



   ATTENTION SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN GSA: Governor School for the Arts

Questions? Call or email us!  
502.566.5192
gsainfo@kentuckycenter.org

Application launch is October 4. The application is an online process.
The application and recommendations deadline is January 10.  

GSA is looking for students with skills in their art form, passion for creativity, an open mind, collaborative spirit, and an eagerness for learning to apply for the Summer Program. Does that sound like you? Apply now!

For three weeks every summer, over 200 of Kentucky’s most talented and creative high school students are invited to grow and learn together at the Governor’s School for the Arts’ college summer residence program. Sophomores and juniors in high school are offered in-depth instruction in one of nine artistic disciplines: architecture + design, creative writing, dance, drama, instrumental music, musical theatre, film + photography, visual art, and vocal music.

http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/







    SENIORS—Need money for college?  Another FAFSA Help Day is around the corner on Monday, December 2 from 4pm-7pm.  Link to sign up for an appointment is on PTHS Facebook, PTHS Guidance Facebook and Twitter or you can see Ms. Sievers to have her register you for an appointment.







   PTHS JUNIORS: The Coolidge Scholarship is now open!

The Coolidge Scholarship is a full-ride, four-year, merit scholarship that may be used by recipients for undergraduate study at any accredited college or university in the United States.

Any high school junior who plans on enrolling in college in the fall of 2021 and is an American citizen or legal permanent resident is eligible to apply (unfortunately current high school seniors are not eligible to apply).

Coolidge Scholars are selected based primarily on academic excellence. Secondary criteria include: an interest in public policy, an appreciation for and understanding of the values President Coolidge championed, as well as humility and service.
https://coolidgescholars.org



   Governor's School for Entrepreneurs.  Applications will be available for high school students on November 15th.  One change for this year is that GSE will not accept team applications.  Applicants will apply as individuals and teams will be formed by GSE.

This is a great opportunity for your entrepreneurial students!

https://www.kentuckygse.com/



   Governor's School for the Arts Application is now live!!

This application must be completed online.

http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/gsa





   Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.  



   Murray State University's Commonwealth Honors Academy Application is now available online at:



http://www.murraystate.edu/cha



Commonwealth Honors Academy

The Commonwealth Honors Academy is an exciting, challenging academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year.

www.murraystate.edu

The Commonwealth Honors Academy (CHA) is an exciting, challenging three-week academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year, maintained a 3.5 GPA and received a minimum composite 25 ACT.  Students will be selected from the commonwealth and the surrounding region.



The CHA Advantage:

*Six hours of university credit

*College scholarship opportunity

*Six additional hours during senior year



The CHA Experience:

*Live on College campus

*Participate in college honors classes

*Opportunities to meet and work with other outstanding students, professors and secondary teachers in a university setting



Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information.































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Scholarship Deadlines Updated 12.01.19

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Daily Announcements 11.26.19

Daily Student Announcements
Tuesday
November 26, 2019

• There will be NO ESS today.

• Christmas Angels Needed! If you are interested in helping a student in need, please sign up in Tornado Alley to be a Christmas Angel! Thank you in advance for helping to make the holiday season special for our students. Deadline to sign up is December 6th.

• Oscar Cross Boys & Girls Club will be closed Thanksgiving week.

• Any senior needing to turn in ACT prep contracts, please turn them in to Mrs. Walton in Guidance today.

• B.A.B.E.S. & B2G members interested in attending the HBCU College Tour in January, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC.

• 2nd SEMESTER SCHEDULE CHANGES--There is now a 2nd semester schedule change form in the guidance office. Students will be required to get the signature of the teacher whose class they are dropping, and the teacher whose class they want to add. Students and their parent/guardian also must sign the form. Getting the signatures does not guarantee the changes depending on the courses they want and the times they are offered. For instance, many electives are such that you have to know the 1st semester material to be successful in the 2nd semester of the class. The signatures provide a check and balance procedure so teachers and parents/guardians can have conversations with the students about possible changes. FORMS MUST BE TURNED INTO THE GUIDANCE OFFICE BY FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13TH. Counselors are taking care of all changes BEFORE break.


• The Army Recruiters have resheduled their visit to set up in the Blue Room for December 4th during the Lunches

• Christmas Assistance: If any PT student is in need of assistance, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC. Applications will be available on Friday, November 15th. Anyone receiving assistance must attend a Parent/Youth Cafe... Date TBD


• Kicks for Kids: The PT Boys Basketball team will be collectign new and gently used shoes before the holiday season for those less fortunate. Athletic shoes, dress shoes, boots and flats in both adult or children’s sizes are accepted and appreciated. There will be a box located in or near the main office for collection. Please bring shoes anytime before December 11th.

• Today’s Lunch: Walking Tacos, Potato Ole’s, salsa, corn and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements

• Please see the attachment for updated scholarships and due dates

• Attention 10th graders who are in Algebra 2 this year: The applications for Gatton Academy of Math and Science at WKU are open. Gatton is a two year residential STEM program for intellectually gifted students who are juniors and seniors. The Gatton Academy will select approximately 95 Kentucky residents each year to attend the program. The criteria to apply to Gatton Academy are the following: Kentucky resident, 10th grade student at time of application and 11th grade at time of entry into Gatton Academy, completed Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra 2 by end of 10th grade, minimum ACT math of 22, submit all applications materials by January 31 of 10th grade year. For more information and to apply, visit https://www.wku.edu/academy/

• Attention 10th graders who are in Algebra 2 this year: The applications for Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Math at Morehead State University are open. Craft Academy is a dual credit residential program for academically exceptional students who are juniors and seniors. Criteria to apply to Craft Academy are the following: Kentucky resident, current 10th grader student, completed Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra 2 by the end of 10th grade, score a minimum ACT English score of 18, ACT Reading of 22, and ACT Math of 22. The deadline to apply is February 1st of 10th grade year. For more information and to apply, visit, https://www.moreheadstate.edu/Academics/Craft-Academy

• ATTENTION SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN GSA: Governor School for the Arts
Questions? Call or email us!
502.566.5192
gsainfo@kentuckycenter.org
Application launch is October 4. The application is an online process.
The application and recommendations deadline is January 10.
GSA is looking for students with skills in their art form, passion for creativity, an open mind, collaborative spirit, and an eagerness for learning to apply for the Summer Program. Does that sound like you? Apply now!
For three weeks every summer, over 200 of Kentucky’s most talented and creative high school students are invited to grow and learn together at the Governor’s School for the Arts’ college summer residence program. Sophomores and juniors in high school are offered in-depth instruction in one of nine artistic disciplines: architecture + design, creative writing, dance, drama, instrumental music, musical theatre, film + photography, visual art, and vocal music.
http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/



• SENIORS—Need money for college? Another FAFSA Help Day is around the corner on Monday, December 2 from 4pm-7pm. Link to sign up for an appointment is on PTHS Facebook, PTHS Guidance Facebook and Twitter or you can see Ms. Sievers to have her register you for an appointment.



• PTHS JUNIORS: The Coolidge Scholarship is now open!
The Coolidge Scholarship is a full-ride, four-year, merit scholarship that may be used by recipients for undergraduate study at any accredited college or university in the United States.
Any high school junior who plans on enrolling in college in the fall of 2021 and is an American citizen or legal permanent resident is eligible to apply (unfortunately current high school seniors are not eligible to apply).
Coolidge Scholars are selected based primarily on academic excellence. Secondary criteria include: an interest in public policy, an appreciation for and understanding of the values President Coolidge championed, as well as humility and service.
https://coolidgescholars.org

• Governor's School for Entrepreneurs. Applications will be available for high school students on November 15th. One change for this year is that GSE will not accept team applications. Applicants will apply as individuals and teams will be formed by GSE.
This is a great opportunity for your entrepreneurial students!
https://www.kentuckygse.com/

• Governor's School for the Arts Application is now live!!
This application must be completed online.
http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/gsa


• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Murray State University's Commonwealth Honors Academy Application is now available online at:

http://www.murraystate.edu/cha

Commonwealth Honors Academy
The Commonwealth Honors Academy is an exciting, challenging academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year.
www.murraystate.edu

The Commonwealth Honors Academy (CHA) is an exciting, challenging three-week academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year, maintained a 3.5 GPA and received a minimum composite 25 ACT.  Students will be selected from the commonwealth and the surrounding region.

The CHA Advantage:
*Six hours of university credit
*College scholarship opportunity
*Six additional hours during senior year

The CHA Experience:
*Live on College campus
*Participate in college honors classes
*Opportunities to meet and work with other outstanding students, professors and secondary teachers in a university setting

Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information.
















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Daily Announcements 11.21.19

Daily Student Announcements
Wednesday
November 20, 2019


• TODAY: There will be a Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting in room 220 after school today.

• PT Pageturners meet TOMORROW. Please be sure to return Sadie so you can get the new book! It’s going to be a great one.

• The Army Recruiters have resheduled their visit to set up in the Blue Room for December 4th during the Lunches.

• West Side Story Spirit Week!
In honor of PTHS’s production of West Side Story performing this weekend, the cast has arranged a spirit week! The days are as follows:
Monday: Sharks day (wear red)
Tuesday: Jets day (wear blue)
Wednesday: Somewhere Ballet Day (wear white)
Thursday: Glad Hand Day (dress like a nerd)
Friday: Show Shirt Day!

• Wanna earn some extra cash? Tutors needed! Ten part-time positions available... Students will be assigned to assist middle school students with English, Math and Reading. Stop by Tornado Alley YSC by Thursday, November 21st to sign up.

• Christmas Assistance: If any PT student is in need of assistance, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC. Applications will be available on Friday, November 15th. Anyone receiving assistance must attend a Parent/Youth Cafe... Date TBD

• Seniors: If you have PAID for a senior shirt, you can pick them up in Mrs. Durbin’s office.

• The PTHS Choral Department will present their 2019 Fall Musical, Westside Story, on November 22-24th. The online link to buy both general and reserved seats is now live. https://www.showtix4u.com/events/2055. Tickets are $10 general admission, $5 for students and $15 reserved seating. Tickets will also be available at the door.


• Kicks for Kids: The PT Boys Basketball team will be collectign new and gently used shoes before the holiday season for those less fortunate. Athletic shoes, dress shoes, boots and flats in both adult or children’s sizes are accepted and appreciated. There will be a box located in or near the main office for collection. Please bring shoes anytime before December 11th.

• Today’s Lunch: Homemade chili, cinnamon roll, french fries, garden salad and fresh fruit

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: BBQ nachos, fresh veggie bowl with Ranch, jalapenos and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements

• Attention 10th graders who are in Algebra 2 this year: The applications for Gatton Academy of Math and Science at WKU are open. Gatton is a two year residential STEM program for intellectually gifted students who are juniors and seniors. The Gatton Academy will select approximately 95 Kentucky residents each year to attend the program. The criteria to apply to Gatton Academy are the following: Kentucky resident, 10th grade student at time of application and 11th grade at time of entry into Gatton Academy, completed Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra 2 by end of 10th grade, minimum ACT math of 22, submit all applications materials by January 31 of 10th grade year. For more information and to apply, visit https://www.wku.edu/academy/

• Attention 10th graders who are in Algebra 2 this year: The applications for Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Math at Morehead State University are open. Craft Academy is a dual credit residential program for academically exceptional students who are juniors and seniors. Criteria to apply to Craft Academy are the following: Kentucky resident, current 10th grader student, completed Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra 2 by the end of 10th grade, score a minimum ACT English score of 18, ACT Reading of 22, and ACT Math of 22. The deadline to apply is February 1st of 10th grade year. For more information and to apply, visit, https://www.moreheadstate.edu/Academics/Craft-Academy

• ATTENTION SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN GSA: Governor School for the Arts
Questions? Call or email us!
502.566.5192
gsainfo@kentuckycenter.org
Application launch is October 4. The application is an online process.
The application and recommendations deadline is January 10.
GSA is looking for students with skills in their art form, passion for creativity, an open mind, collaborative spirit, and an eagerness for learning to apply for the Summer Program. Does that sound like you? Apply now!
For three weeks every summer, over 200 of Kentucky’s most talented and creative high school students are invited to grow and learn together at the Governor’s School for the Arts’ college summer residence program. Sophomores and juniors in high school are offered in-depth instruction in one of nine artistic disciplines: architecture + design, creative writing, dance, drama, instrumental music, musical theatre, film + photography, visual art, and vocal music.
http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/



• SENIORS—Need money for college? Another FAFSA Help Day is around the corner on Monday, December 2 from 4pm-7pm. Link to sign up for an appointment is on PTHS Facebook, PTHS Guidance Facebook and Twitter or you can see Ms. Sievers to have her register you for an appointment.



• PTHS JUNIORS: The Coolidge Scholarship is now open!
The Coolidge Scholarship is a full-ride, four-year, merit scholarship that may be used by recipients for undergraduate study at any accredited college or university in the United States.
Any high school junior who plans on enrolling in college in the fall of 2021 and is an American citizen or legal permanent resident is eligible to apply (unfortunately current high school seniors are not eligible to apply).
Coolidge Scholars are selected based primarily on academic excellence. Secondary criteria include: an interest in public policy, an appreciation for and understanding of the values President Coolidge championed, as well as humility and service.
https://coolidgescholars.org

• Governor's School for Entrepreneurs. Applications will be available for high school students on November 15th. One change for this year is that GSE will not accept team applications. Applicants will apply as individuals and teams will be formed by GSE.
This is a great opportunity for your entrepreneurial students!
https://www.kentuckygse.com/

• Governor's School for the Arts Application is now live!!
This application must be completed online.
http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/gsa


• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Murray State University's Commonwealth Honors Academy Application is now available online at:

http://www.murraystate.edu/cha

Commonwealth Honors Academy
The Commonwealth Honors Academy is an exciting, challenging academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year.
www.murraystate.edu

The Commonwealth Honors Academy (CHA) is an exciting, challenging three-week academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year, maintained a 3.5 GPA and received a minimum composite 25 ACT.  Students will be selected from the commonwealth and the surrounding region.

The CHA Advantage:
*Six hours of university credit
*College scholarship opportunity
*Six additional hours during senior year

The CHA Experience:
*Live on College campus
*Participate in college honors classes
*Opportunities to meet and work with other outstanding students, professors and secondary teachers in a university setting

Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information.
















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Daily Announcements 11.19.19

Daily Student Announcements
Tuesday
November 19,2019


• There will be a National History Day Competition informational meeting in room 220 after school TODAY.

• There will be a Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting in room 220 after school on Wednesday.

• PT Pageturners meet this Friday. Please be sure to return Sadie so you can get the new book! It’s going to be a great one.

• West Side Story Spirit Week!
In honor of PTHS’s production of West Side Story performing this weekend, the cast has arranged a spirit week! The days are as follows:
Monday: Sharks day (wear red)
Tuesday: Jets day (wear blue)
Wednesday: Somewhere Ballet Day (wear white)
Thursday: Glad Hand Day (dress like a nerd)
Friday: Show Shirt Day!

• Wanna earn some extra cash? Tutors needed! Ten part-time positions available... Students will be assigned to assist middle school students with English, Math and Reading. Stop by Tornado Alley YSC by Thursday, November 21st to sign up.

• Christmas Assistance: If any PT student is in need of assistance, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC. Applications will be available on Friday, November 15th. Anyone receiving assistance must attend a Parent/Youth Cafe... Date TBD

• Seniors: If you have PAID for a senior shirt, you can pick them up in Mrs. Durbin’s office.

• The PTHS Choral Department will present their 2019 Fall Musical, Westside Story, on November 22-24th. The online link to buy both general and reserved seats is now live. https://www.showtix4u.com/events/2055. Tickets are $10 general admission, $5 for students and $15 reserved seating. Tickets will also be available at the door.


• Kicks for Kids: The PT Boys Basketball team will be collectign new and gently used shoes before the holiday season for those less fortunate. Athletic shoes, dress shoes, boots and flats in both adult or children’s sizes are accepted and appreciated. There will be a box located in or near the main office for collection. Please bring shoes anytime before December 11th.

• NAACP ACT-SO Competition:

o The NAACP is the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization. In addition to civil
rights we are also huge supporters of education. Our youth are so talented and that talent
deserves to be displayed. We are excited to bring an incredible opportunity benefiting and
showcasing the talent of our local African-American youth. We are proud to sponsor the 2020
NAACP ACT-SO Competition.
ACT-SO (Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological, Scientific, Olympics) is an enrichment
program for African-American youth that prepares them to participate in 29 different categories
that comprise the ACT-SO program. We invite any African-American student in the local area
who are in grades 9-12 to be a part of ACT-SO. Students who choose to participate will have a
chance to compete at our local ACT-SO competition held on March 6th 2020. Winners may also
have an opportunity to compete at the National ACT-SO Competition in Boston, MA during the
NAACP National Convention held July 23rd-29th 2020 under the sponsorship of the
Paducah-McCracken Co. NAACP.
This is a fantastic opportunity to showcase local youth and their exceptional talents.
ACT-SO boast a list of many famous alumni. An interest meeting will be held on November
14th at 3:00pm at Paducah Tilghman High School for any youth who are interested in
participating. Applications will be available at Paducah Tilghman High School or via email at
paducahnaacp@gmail.com . The deadline to submit applications is Nov 22nd via the
aforementioned email or to Paducah-McCracken Co. NAACP P.O. Box 357, Paducah, KY
42003. For any questions, please contact our ACT-SO and Education Chair Mr. Corbin Snardon
at paducahnaacp@gmail.com or 270-604-2132 .  Please see attachments for more details.


• Today’s Lunch: Thanksgiving Meal

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Wing Day, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, fresh fruit and roll

Guidance Announcements

• ATTENTION SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN GSA: Governor School for the Arts
Questions? Call or email us!
502.566.5192
gsainfo@kentuckycenter.org
Application launch is October 4. The application is an online process.
The application and recommendations deadline is January 10.
GSA is looking for students with skills in their art form, passion for creativity, an open mind, collaborative spirit, and an eagerness for learning to apply for the Summer Program. Does that sound like you? Apply now!
For three weeks every summer, over 200 of Kentucky’s most talented and creative high school students are invited to grow and learn together at the Governor’s School for the Arts’ college summer residence program. Sophomores and juniors in high school are offered in-depth instruction in one of nine artistic disciplines: architecture + design, creative writing, dance, drama, instrumental music, musical theatre, film + photography, visual art, and vocal music.
http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/

• Northern Kentucky University will be visiting on Wednesday, Nov. 20. If you are interested in attending the session with the rep during lunch in the library, please sign up in guidance. NKU is known for their performing arts programs, nursing, pre-law, and psychology programs.


• SENIORS—Need money for college? Another FAFSA Help Day is around the corner on Monday, December 2 from 4pm-7pm. Link to sign up for an appointment is on PTHS Facebook, PTHS Guidance Facebook and Twitter or you can see Ms. Sievers to have her register you for an appointment.



• PTHS JUNIORS: The Coolidge Scholarship is now open!
The Coolidge Scholarship is a full-ride, four-year, merit scholarship that may be used by recipients for undergraduate study at any accredited college or university in the United States.
Any high school junior who plans on enrolling in college in the fall of 2021 and is an American citizen or legal permanent resident is eligible to apply (unfortunately current high school seniors are not eligible to apply).
Coolidge Scholars are selected based primarily on academic excellence. Secondary criteria include: an interest in public policy, an appreciation for and understanding of the values President Coolidge championed, as well as humility and service.
https://coolidgescholars.org

• Governor's School for Entrepreneurs. Applications will be available for high school students on November 15th. One change for this year is that GSE will not accept team applications. Applicants will apply as individuals and teams will be formed by GSE.
This is a great opportunity for your entrepreneurial students!
https://www.kentuckygse.com/

• Governor's School for the Arts Application is now live!!
This application must be completed online.
http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/gsa


• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Murray State University's Commonwealth Honors Academy Application is now available online at:

http://www.murraystate.edu/cha

Commonwealth Honors Academy
The Commonwealth Honors Academy is an exciting, challenging academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year.
www.murraystate.edu

The Commonwealth Honors Academy (CHA) is an exciting, challenging three-week academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year, maintained a 3.5 GPA and received a minimum composite 25 ACT.  Students will be selected from the commonwealth and the surrounding region.

The CHA Advantage:
*Six hours of university credit
*College scholarship opportunity
*Six additional hours during senior year

The CHA Experience:
*Live on College campus
*Participate in college honors classes
*Opportunities to meet and work with other outstanding students, professors and secondary teachers in a university setting

Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information.
















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Daily Announcements 11.18.19

Daily Student Announcements

Monday

November 18,2019

= There will be a National History Day Competition informational meeting in room 220 after school on Tuesday.

= There will be a Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting in room 220 after school on Wednesday.

= PT Pageturners meet this Friday. Please be sure to return Sadie so you can get the new book! It’s going to be a great one.

= West Side Story Spirit Week! In honor of PTHS’s production of West Side Story performing this weekend, the cast has arranged a spirit week! The days are as follows: Monday: Sharks day (wear red)

Tuesday: Jets day (wear blue)

Wednesday: Somewhere Ballet Day (wear white)

Thursday: Glad Hand Day (dress like a nerd)

Friday: Show Shirt Day!

= Wanna earn some extra cash? Tutors needed! Ten part-time positions available... Students will be assigned to assist middle school students with English, Math and Reading. Stop by Tornado Alley YSC by Thursday, November 21st to sign up.

= Christmas Assistance: If any PT student is in need of assistance, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC. Applications will be available on

Friday, November 15th. Anyone receiving assistance must attend a Parent/Youth Cafe... Date TBD

= Seniors: If you have PAID for a senior shirt, you can pick them up in Mrs. Durbin’s office.

= The PTHS Choral Department will present their 2019 Fall Musical, Westside Story, on November 22-24th. The online link to buy both general and reserved seats is now live. https://www.showtix4u.com/events/2055. Tickets are $10 general admission, $5 for students and $15 reserved seating. Tickets will also be available at the door.

= Kicks for Kids: The PT Boys Basketball team will be collectign new and gently used shoes before the holiday season for those less fortunate. Athletic shoes, dress shoes, boots and flats in both adult or children’s sizes are accepted and appreciated. There will be a box located in or near the main office for collection. Please bring shoes anytime before December 11th.

= NAACP ACT-SO Competition:

o The NAACP is the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization. In addition to civil

rights we are also huge supporters of education. Our youth are so talented and that talent

deserves to be displayed. We are excited to bring an incredible opportunity benefiting and

showcasing the talent of our local African-American youth. We are proud to sponsor the 2020

NAACP ACT-SO Competition.

ACT-SO (Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological, Scientific, Olympics) is an enrichment

program for African-American youth that prepares them to participate in 29 different categories

that comprise the ACT-SO program. We invite any African-American student in the local area

who are in grades 9-12 to be a part of ACT-SO. Students who choose to participate will have a

chance to compete at our local ACT-SO competition held on March 6th 2020. Winners may also

have an opportunity to compete at the National ACT-SO Competition in Boston, MA during the

NAACP National Convention held July 23rd-29th 2020 under the sponsorship of the

Paducah-McCracken Co. NAACP.

This is a fantastic opportunity to showcase local youth and their exceptional talents.

ACT-SO boast a list of many famous alumni. An interest meeting will be held on November

14th at 3:00pm at Paducah Tilghman High School for any youth who are interested in

participating. Applications will be available at Paducah Tilghman High School or via email at

paducahnaacp@gmail.com . The deadline to submit applications is Nov 22nd via the

aforementioned email or to Paducah-McCracken Co. NAACP P.O. Box 357, Paducah, KY

42003. For any questions, please contact our ACT-SO and Education Chair Mr. Corbin Snardon

at paducahnaacp@gmail.com or 270-604-2132 . Please see attachments for more details.

= Today’s Lunch: Queso Crispito, Potato Ole’s, salsa, corn and fresh fruit

= Tomorrow’s Lunch: Thanksgiving Meal

Guidance Announcements

= ATTENTION SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN GSA: Governor School for the Arts

Questions? Call or email us! 502.566.5192 gsainfo@kentuckycenter.org

Application launch is October 4. The application is an online process. The application and recommendations deadline is January 10.

GSA is looking for students with skills in their art form, passion for creativity, an open mind, collaborative spirit, and an eagerness for learning to apply for the Summer Program. Does that sound like you? Apply now!

For three weeks every summer, over 200 of Kentucky’s most talented and creative high school students are invited to grow and learn together at the Governor’s School for the Arts’ college summer residence program. Sophomores and juniors in high school are offered in-depth instruction in one of nine artistic disciplines: architecture + design, creative writing, dance, drama, instrumental music, musical theatre, film + photography, visual art, and vocal music.

http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/

= Northern Kentucky University will be visiting on Wednesday, Nov. 20. If you are interested in attending the session with the rep during lunch in the library, please sign up in guidance. NKU is known for their performing arts programs, nursing, pre-law, and psychology programs.

= SENIORS—Need money for college? Another FAFSA Help Day is around the corner on Monday, December 2 from 4pm-7pm. Link to sign up for an appointment is on PTHS Facebook, PTHS Guidance Facebook and Twitter or you can see Ms. Sievers to have her register you for an appointment.

= PTHS JUNIORS: The Coolidge Scholarship is now open!

The Coolidge Scholarship is a full-ride, four-year, merit scholarship that may be used by recipients for undergraduate study at any accredited college or university in the United States.

Any high school junior who plans on enrolling in college in the fall of 2021 and is an American citizen or legal permanent resident is eligible to apply (unfortunately current high school seniors are not eligible to apply).

Coolidge Scholars are selected based primarily on academic excellence. Secondary criteria include: an interest in public policy, an appreciation for and understanding of the values President Coolidge championed, as well as humility and service. https://coolidgescholars.org

= Governor's School for Entrepreneurs. Applications will be available for high school students on November 15th. One

change for this year is that GSE will not accept team applications. Applicants will apply as individuals and teams will be formed by GSE.

This is a great opportunity for your entrepreneurial students! https://www.kentuckygse.com/

= Governor's School for the Arts Application is now live!!

This application must be completed online.

http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/gsa

= Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

= Murray State University's Commonwealth Honors Academy Application is now available online at:

http://www.murraystate.edu/cha

Commonwealth Honors Academy The Commonwealth Honors Academy is an exciting, challenging academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year. www.murraystate.edu

The Commonwealth Honors Academy (CHA) is an exciting, challenging three-week academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year, maintained a 3.5 GPA and received a minimum composite 25 ACT. Students will be selected from the commonwealth and the surrounding region.

The CHA Advantage:

*Six hours of university credit

*College scholarship opportunity

*Six additional hours during senior year

The CHA Experience:

*Live on College campus

*Participate in college honors classes

*Opportunities to meet and work with other outstanding students, professors and secondary teachers in a university setting

Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information.
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Daily Announcements 11.14.19

Daily Student Announcements
Thursday
November 14,2019


• Any student interested in attending Racer Day on November 16th, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC. Students will tour Murray State and hear from admission reps. Deadline to register is November 13th. Space is limited.

• #ChocolateChallengeBookReturn this Thursday and Friday in the library! Everyone is CHALLENGED to bring their overdue books back to the library this Thursday! You’ll receive a free hot chocolate, chocolate cookie and Hershey’s Kiss for the return. If you are still reading your book or it isn’t overdue, you can still come by as long as you have book in hand. Also, rewards will be given for any stolen books returned-no questions asked. We need our books back so others can read them!

• Christmas Assistance: If any PT student is in need of assistance, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC. Applications will be available on Friday, November 15th. Anyone receiving assistance must attend a Parent/Youth Cafe... Date TBD

• Seniors: If you have PAID for a senior shirt, you can pick them up in Mrs. Durbin’s office.

• The PTHS Choral Department will present their 2019 Fall Musical, Westside Story, on November 22-24th. The online link to buy both general and reserved seats is now live. https://www.showtix4u.com/events/2055. Tickets are $10 general admission, $5 for students and $15 reserved seating. Tickets will also be available at the door.


• Kicks for Kids: The PT Boys Basketball team will be collectign new and gently used shoes before the holiday season for those less fortunate. Athletic shoes, dress shoes, boots and flats in both adult or children’s sizes are accepted and appreciated. There will be a box located in or near the main office for collection. Please bring shoes anytime before December 11th.

• NAACP ACT-SO Competition:

o The NAACP is the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization. In addition to civil
rights we are also huge supporters of education. Our youth are so talented and that talent
deserves to be displayed. We are excited to bring an incredible opportunity benefiting and
showcasing the talent of our local African-American youth. We are proud to sponsor the 2020
NAACP ACT-SO Competition.
ACT-SO (Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological, Scientific, Olympics) is an enrichment
program for African-American youth that prepares them to participate in 29 different categories
that comprise the ACT-SO program. We invite any African-American student in the local area
who are in grades 9-12 to be a part of ACT-SO. Students who choose to participate will have a
chance to compete at our local ACT-SO competition held on March 6th 2020. Winners may also
have an opportunity to compete at the National ACT-SO Competition in Boston, MA during the
NAACP National Convention held July 23rd-29th 2020 under the sponsorship of the
Paducah-McCracken Co. NAACP.
This is a fantastic opportunity to showcase local youth and their exceptional talents.
ACT-SO boast a list of many famous alumni. An interest meeting will be held on November
14th at 3:00pm at Paducah Tilghman High School for any youth who are interested in
participating. Applications will be available at Paducah Tilghman High School or via email at
paducahnaacp@gmail.com . The deadline to submit applications is Nov 22nd via the
aforementioned email or to Paducah-McCracken Co. NAACP P.O. Box 357, Paducah, KY
42003. For any questions, please contact our ACT-SO and Education Chair Mr. Corbin Snardon
at paducahnaacp@gmail.com or 270-604-2132 .  Please see attachments for more details.



• Today’s Lunch: Cheesy Chicken with Mexican rice, fresh veggie bowl with Ranch, corn and fresh fruit

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Asian Chicken Bowl, ham fried rice, garden salad and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements

• ATTENTION SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN GSA: Governor School for the Arts
Questions? Call or email us!
502.566.5192
gsainfo@kentuckycenter.org
Application launch is October 4. The application is an online process.
The application and recommendations deadline is January 10.
GSA is looking for students with skills in their art form, passion for creativity, an open mind, collaborative spirit, and an eagerness for learning to apply for the Summer Program. Does that sound like you? Apply now!
For three weeks every summer, over 200 of Kentucky’s most talented and creative high school students are invited to grow and learn together at the Governor’s School for the Arts’ college summer residence program. Sophomores and juniors in high school are offered in-depth instruction in one of nine artistic disciplines: architecture + design, creative writing, dance, drama, instrumental music, musical theatre, film + photography, visual art, and vocal music.
http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/

• Northern Kentucky University will be visiting on Wednesday, Nov. 20. If you are interested in attending the session with the rep during lunch in the library, please sign up in guidance. NKU is known for their performing arts programs, nursing, pre-law, and psychology programs.


• SENIORS—Need money for college? Another FAFSA Help Day is around the corner on Monday, December 2 from 4pm-7pm. Link to sign up for an appointment is on PTHS Facebook, PTHS Guidance Facebook and Twitter or you can see Ms. Sievers to have her register you for an appointment.



• PTHS JUNIORS: The Coolidge Scholarship is now open!
The Coolidge Scholarship is a full-ride, four-year, merit scholarship that may be used by recipients for undergraduate study at any accredited college or university in the United States.
Any high school junior who plans on enrolling in college in the fall of 2021 and is an American citizen or legal permanent resident is eligible to apply (unfortunately current high school seniors are not eligible to apply).
Coolidge Scholars are selected based primarily on academic excellence. Secondary criteria include: an interest in public policy, an appreciation for and understanding of the values President Coolidge championed, as well as humility and service.
https://coolidgescholars.org

• Governor's School for Entrepreneurs. Applications will be available for high school students on November 15th. One change for this year is that GSE will not accept team applications. Applicants will apply as individuals and teams will be formed by GSE.
This is a great opportunity for your entrepreneurial students!
https://www.kentuckygse.com/

• Governor's School for the Arts Application is now live!!
This application must be completed online.
http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/gsa


• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Murray State University's Commonwealth Honors Academy Application is now available online at:

http://www.murraystate.edu/cha

Commonwealth Honors Academy
The Commonwealth Honors Academy is an exciting, challenging academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year.
www.murraystate.edu

The Commonwealth Honors Academy (CHA) is an exciting, challenging three-week academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year, maintained a 3.5 GPA and received a minimum composite 25 ACT.  Students will be selected from the commonwealth and the surrounding region.

The CHA Advantage:
*Six hours of university credit
*College scholarship opportunity
*Six additional hours during senior year

The CHA Experience:
*Live on College campus
*Participate in college honors classes
*Opportunities to meet and work with other outstanding students, professors and secondary teachers in a university setting

Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information.
















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Daily Announcements 11.07.19

Daily Student Announcements
Thursday
November 7, 2019


• Any student interested in attending Racer Day on November 16th, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC. Students will tour Murray State and hear from admission reps. Deadline to register is November 13th. Space is limited.

• Seniors: If you have PAID for a senior shirt, you can pick them up in Mrs. Durbin’s office.

• The PTHS Choral Department will present their 2019 Fall Musical, Westside Story, on November 22-24th. The online link to buy both general and reserved seats is now live. https://www.showtix4u.com/events/2055. Tickets are $10 general admission, $5 for students and $15 reserved seating. Tickets will also be available at the door.

• The organization Loqui is looking for students interested in psychology and mental health to be discussion table leaders. Pick up applications in guidance this week.

• Kicks for Kids: The PT Boys Basketball team will be collectign new and gently used shoes before the holiday season for those less fortunate. Athletic shoes, dress shoes, boots and flats in both adult or children’s sizes are accepted and appreciated. There will be a box located in or near the main office for collection. Please bring shoes anytime before December 11th.

• NAACP ACT-SO Competition:

o The NAACP is the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization. In addition to civil
rights we are also huge supporters of education. Our youth are so talented and that talent
deserves to be displayed. We are excited to bring an incredible opportunity benefiting and
showcasing the talent of our local African-American youth. We are proud to sponsor the 2020
NAACP ACT-SO Competition.
ACT-SO (Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological, Scientific, Olympics) is an enrichment
program for African-American youth that prepares them to participate in 29 different categories
that comprise the ACT-SO program. We invite any African-American student in the local area
who are in grades 9-12 to be a part of ACT-SO. Students who choose to participate will have a
chance to compete at our local ACT-SO competition held on March 6th 2020. Winners may also
have an opportunity to compete at the National ACT-SO Competition in Boston, MA during the
NAACP National Convention held July 23rd-29th 2020 under the sponsorship of the
Paducah-McCracken Co. NAACP.
This is a fantastic opportunity to showcase local youth and their exceptional talents.
ACT-SO boast a list of many famous alumni. An interest meeting will be held on November
14th at 3:00pm at Paducah Tilghman High School for any youth who are interested in
participating. Applications will be available at Paducah Tilghman High School or via email at
paducahnaacp@gmail.com . The deadline to submit applications is Nov 22nd via the
aforementioned email or to Paducah-McCracken Co. NAACP P.O. Box 357, Paducah, KY
42003. For any questions, please contact our ACT-SO and Education Chair Mr. Corbin Snardon
at paducahnaacp@gmail.com or 270-604-2132 .  Please see attachments for more details.


• Today’s Lunch: Buffalo Chicken Dip, celery and carrots with Ranch, french fries and fresh fruit

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Homemade chili, cinnamon roll, fritos, garden salad and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements

• Murray State University will be visiting on Monday, Nov. 11. If you are interesting in attending the session with the rep during lunch in the library, please sign up in guidance.

• Northern Kentucky University will be visiting on Wednesday, Nov. 20. If you are interested in attending the session with the rep during lunch in the library, please sign up in guidance. NKU is known for their performing arts programs, nursing, pre-law, and psychology programs.


• SENIORS—Need money for college? Another FAFSA Help Day is around the corner on Monday, December 2 from 4pm-7pm. Link to sign up for an appointment is on PTHS Facebook, PTHS Guidance Facebook and Twitter or you can see Ms. Sievers to have her register you for an appointment.

• Deadline to register for the December 14 ACT is Friday, November 8. You must register online at www.actstudent.org See Ms. Sievers if you think you may qualify for a fee waiver.


• PTHS JUNIORS: The Coolidge Scholarship is now open!
The Coolidge Scholarship is a full-ride, four-year, merit scholarship that may be used by recipients for undergraduate study at any accredited college or university in the United States.
Any high school junior who plans on enrolling in college in the fall of 2021 and is an American citizen or legal permanent resident is eligible to apply (unfortunately current high school seniors are not eligible to apply).
Coolidge Scholars are selected based primarily on academic excellence. Secondary criteria include: an interest in public policy, an appreciation for and understanding of the values President Coolidge championed, as well as humility and service.
https://coolidgescholars.org

• Governor's School for Entrepreneurs. Applications will be available for high school students on November 15th. One change for this year is that GSE will not accept team applications. Applicants will apply as individuals and teams will be formed by GSE.
This is a great opportunity for your entrepreneurial students!
https://www.kentuckygse.com/

• Governor's School for the Arts Application is now live!!
This application must be completed online.
http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/gsa


• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Murray State University's Commonwealth Honors Academy Application is now available online at:

http://www.murraystate.edu/cha

Commonwealth Honors Academy
The Commonwealth Honors Academy is an exciting, challenging academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year.
www.murraystate.edu

The Commonwealth Honors Academy (CHA) is an exciting, challenging three-week academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year, maintained a 3.5 GPA and received a minimum composite 25 ACT.  Students will be selected from the commonwealth and the surrounding region.

The CHA Advantage:
*Six hours of university credit
*College scholarship opportunity
*Six additional hours during senior year

The CHA Experience:
*Live on College campus
*Participate in college honors classes
*Opportunities to meet and work with other outstanding students, professors and secondary teachers in a university setting

Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information.
















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Daily Announcements 11.06.19

Daily Student Announcements
Wednesday
November 6, 2019


• Any student interested in attending Racer Day on November 16th, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC. Students will tour Murray State and hear from admission reps. Deadline to register is November 13th. Space is limited.

• The organization Loqui is looking for students interested in psychology and mental health to be discussion table leaders. Pick up applications in guidance this week.

• Kicks for Kids: The PT Boys Basketball team will be collectign new and gently used shoes before the holiday season for those less fortunate. Athletic shoes, dress shoes, boots and flats in both adult or children’s sizes are accepted and appreciated. There will be a box located in or near the main office for collection. Please bring shoes anytime before December 11th.

• NAACP ACT-SO Competition:

o The NAACP is the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization. In addition to civil
rights we are also huge supporters of education. Our youth are so talented and that talent
deserves to be displayed. We are excited to bring an incredible opportunity benefiting and
showcasing the talent of our local African-American youth. We are proud to sponsor the 2020
NAACP ACT-SO Competition.
ACT-SO (Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological, Scientific, Olympics) is an enrichment
program for African-American youth that prepares them to participate in 29 different categories
that comprise the ACT-SO program. We invite any African-American student in the local area
who are in grades 9-12 to be a part of ACT-SO. Students who choose to participate will have a
chance to compete at our local ACT-SO competition held on March 6th 2020. Winners may also
have an opportunity to compete at the National ACT-SO Competition in Boston, MA during the
NAACP National Convention held July 23rd-29th 2020 under the sponsorship of the
Paducah-McCracken Co. NAACP.
This is a fantastic opportunity to showcase local youth and their exceptional talents.
ACT-SO boast a list of many famous alumni. An interest meeting will be held on November
14th at 3:00pm at Paducah Tilghman High School for any youth who are interested in
participating. Applications will be available at Paducah Tilghman High School or via email at
paducahnaacp@gmail.com . The deadline to submit applications is Nov 22nd via the
aforementioned email or to Paducah-McCracken Co. NAACP P.O. Box 357, Paducah, KY
42003. For any questions, please contact our ACT-SO and Education Chair Mr. Corbin Snardon
at paducahnaacp@gmail.com or 270-604-2132 .  Please see attachments for more details.

• Today’s Lunch: Wing Day, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, roll and fresh fruit

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Buffalo Chicken Dip, celery and carrots with Ranch, french fries and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements

• Murray State University will be visiting on Monday, Nov. 11. If you are interesting in attending the session with the rep during lunch in the library, please sign up in guidance.

• Northern Kentucky University will be visiting on Wednesday, Nov. 20. If you are interested in attending the session with the rep during lunch in the library, please sign up in guidance. NKU is known for their performing arts programs, nursing, pre-law, and psychology programs.


• SENIORS—Need money for college? Another FAFSA Help Day is around the corner on Monday, December 2 from 4pm-7pm. Link to sign up for an appointment is on PTHS Facebook, PTHS Guidance Facebook and Twitter or you can see Ms. Sievers to have her register you for an appointment.

• Deadline to register for the December 14 ACT is Friday, November 8. You must register online at www.actstudent.org See Ms. Sievers if you think you may qualify for a fee waiver.


• PTHS JUNIORS: The Coolidge Scholarship is now open!
The Coolidge Scholarship is a full-ride, four-year, merit scholarship that may be used by recipients for undergraduate study at any accredited college or university in the United States.
Any high school junior who plans on enrolling in college in the fall of 2021 and is an American citizen or legal permanent resident is eligible to apply (unfortunately current high school seniors are not eligible to apply).
Coolidge Scholars are selected based primarily on academic excellence. Secondary criteria include: an interest in public policy, an appreciation for and understanding of the values President Coolidge championed, as well as humility and service.
https://coolidgescholars.org

• Governor's School for Entrepreneurs. Applications will be available for high school students on November 15th. One change for this year is that GSE will not accept team applications. Applicants will apply as individuals and teams will be formed by GSE.
This is a great opportunity for your entrepreneurial students!
https://www.kentuckygse.com/

• Governor's School for the Arts Application is now live!!
This application must be completed online.
http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/gsa


• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Murray State University's Commonwealth Honors Academy Application is now available online at:

http://www.murraystate.edu/cha

Commonwealth Honors Academy
The Commonwealth Honors Academy is an exciting, challenging academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year.
www.murraystate.edu
The Commonwealth Honors Academy (CHA) is an exciting, challenging three-week academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year, maintained a 3.5 GPA and received a minimum composite 25 ACT.  Students will be selected from the commonwealth and the surrounding region.

The CHA Advantage:
*Six hours of university credit
*College scholarship opportunity
*Six additional hours during senior year

The CHA Experience:
*Live on College campus
*Participate in college honors classes
*Opportunities to meet and work with other outstanding students, professors and secondary teachers in a university setting

Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information.
















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Daily Announcements 11.04.19

Daily Student Announcements
Monday
November 4, 2019


• Any student interested in attending Racer Day on November 16th, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC. Students will tour Murray State and hear from admission reps. Deadline to register is November 13th. Space is limited.

• The organization Loqui is looking for students interested in psychology and mental health to be discussion table leaders. Pick up applications in guidance this week.

• Volunteer Opportunity: The St. John’s Frsh Fry needs volunteers beginning at about 3:30 TONIGHT! You will be helping to set up, serve, refills, clear tables, work the pick up line and clean up. The contact person is Cindy Malray @ 270-564-5629. Please call her if you need more information.

• Kicks for Kids: The PT Boys Basketball team will be collectign new and gently used shoes before the holiday season for those less fortunate. Athletic shoes, dress shoes, boots and flats in both adult or children’s sizes are accepted and appreciated. There will be a box located in or near the main office for collection. Please bring shoes anytime before December 11th.

• NAACP ACT-SO Competition:

o The NAACP is the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization. In addition to civil
rights we are also huge supporters of education. Our youth are so talented and that talent
deserves to be displayed. We are excited to bring an incredible opportunity benefiting and
showcasing the talent of our local African-American youth. We are proud to sponsor the 2020
NAACP ACT-SO Competition.
ACT-SO (Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological, Scientific, Olympics) is an enrichment
program for African-American youth that prepares them to participate in 29 different categories
that comprise the ACT-SO program. We invite any African-American student in the local area
who are in grades 9-12 to be a part of ACT-SO. Students who choose to participate will have a
chance to compete at our local ACT-SO competition held on March 6th 2020. Winners may also
have an opportunity to compete at the National ACT-SO Competition in Boston, MA during the
NAACP National Convention held July 23rd-29th 2020 under the sponsorship of the
Paducah-McCracken Co. NAACP.
This is a fantastic opportunity to showcase local youth and their exceptional talents.
ACT-SO boast a list of many famous alumni. An interest meeting will be held on November
14th at 3:00pm at Paducah Tilghman High School for any youth who are interested in
participating. Applications will be available at Paducah Tilghman High School or via email at
paducahnaacp@gmail.com . The deadline to submit applications is Nov 22nd via the
aforementioned email or to Paducah-McCracken Co. NAACP P.O. Box 357, Paducah, KY
42003. For any questions, please contact our ACT-SO and Education Chair Mr. Corbin Snardon
at paducahnaacp@gmail.com or 270-604-2132 .  Please see attachments for more details.

• Today’s Lunch: pizza stuffed breadsticks with marinara, french fries, garden salad and fresh fruit

• Wedesday’s Lunch: Wing Day, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, roll and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements

• Murray State University will be visiting on Monday, Nov. 11. If you are interesting in attending the session with the rep during lunch in the library, please sign up in guidance.

• Northern Kentucky University will be visiting on Wednesday, Nov. 20. If you are interested in attending the session with the rep during lunch in the library, please sign up in guidance. NKU is known for their performing arts programs, nursing, pre-law, and psychology programs.

• PTHS JUNIORS: The Coolidge Scholarship is now open!
The Coolidge Scholarship is a full-ride, four-year, merit scholarship that may be used by recipients for undergraduate study at any accredited college or university in the United States.
Any high school junior who plans on enrolling in college in the fall of 2021 and is an American citizen or legal permanent resident is eligible to apply (unfortunately current high school seniors are not eligible to apply).
Coolidge Scholars are selected based primarily on academic excellence. Secondary criteria include: an interest in public policy, an appreciation for and understanding of the values President Coolidge championed, as well as humility and service.
https://coolidgescholars.org

• Governor's School for Entrepreneurs. Applications will be available for high school students on November 15th. One change for this year is that GSE will not accept team applications. Applicants will apply as individuals and teams will be formed by GSE.
This is a great opportunity for your entrepreneurial students!
https://www.kentuckygse.com/

• Governor's School for the Arts Application is now live!!
This application must be completed online.
http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/gsa

• Attention Juniors: The 2019-2020 Paxton Scholars Application is now available in Guidance. "To be eligible, students must be of African American descent, American citizens and a resident of Paducah/McCracken County, Kentucky. The MCCCE Scholarship Committee will review applications to determine the best overall applicants to participate in the Paxton Scholars Program. The highest rated students based on GPA, community service, attainable goals, strength of nomination, low income status and other factors will be selected." For more information please see Mrs. Rogers in guidance.

• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Murray State University's Commonwealth Honors Academy Application is now available online at:

http://www.murraystate.edu/cha

Commonwealth Honors Academy
The Commonwealth Honors Academy is an exciting, challenging academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year.
www.murraystate.edu

The Commonwealth Honors Academy (CHA) is an exciting, challenging three-week academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year, maintained a 3.5 GPA and received a minimum composite 25 ACT.  Students will be selected from the commonwealth and the surrounding region.

The CHA Advantage:
*Six hours of university credit
*College scholarship opportunity
*Six additional hours during senior year

The CHA Experience:
*Live on College campus
*Participate in college honors classes
*Opportunities to meet and work with other outstanding students, professors and secondary teachers in a university setting

Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information.
















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Daily Announcements 10.31.19

Daily Student Announcements
Wednesday
October 31, 2019

• Seniors: Cap and Gown Order Day will be November 1st. You should have already received a flyer but it you didn’t receive one, they can be picked up in the main office. You can also order online at www.balfour.com prior to this date.

• Sustainability Club: There will be a brief informational meeting for anyone interested in joining the Sustainability Club TODAY, October 31 immediately after school in room 222.

• PT Pageturners will meet TOMORROW during 1st and 3rd lunches. We will be wrapping up discussion of Sadie. Remember, it will be a potluck so please bring a side, dessert, chips, drinks, etc…Hot dogs will be provided.

• The organization Loqui is looking for students interested in psychology and mental health to be discussion table leaders. Pick up applications in guidance this week.

• Kicks for Kids: The PT Boys Basketball team will be collectign new and gently used shoes before the holiday season for those less fortunate. Athletic shoes, dress shoes, boots and flats in both adult or children’s sizes are accepted and appreciated. There will be a box located in or near the main office for collection. Please bring shoes anytime before December 11th.

• NAACP ACT-SO Competition:

o The NAACP is the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization. In addition to civil
rights we are also huge supporters of education. Our youth are so talented and that talent
deserves to be displayed. We are excited to bring an incredible opportunity benefiting and
showcasing the talent of our local African-American youth. We are proud to sponsor the 2020
NAACP ACT-SO Competition.
ACT-SO (Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological, Scientific, Olympics) is an enrichment
program for African-American youth that prepares them to participate in 29 different categories
that comprise the ACT-SO program. We invite any African-American student in the local area
who are in grades 9-12 to be a part of ACT-SO. Students who choose to participate will have a
chance to compete at our local ACT-SO competition held on March 6th 2020. Winners may also
have an opportunity to compete at the National ACT-SO Competition in Boston, MA during the
NAACP National Convention held July 23rd-29th 2020 under the sponsorship of the
Paducah-McCracken Co. NAACP.
This is a fantastic opportunity to showcase local youth and their exceptional talents.
ACT-SO boast a list of many famous alumni. An interest meeting will be held on November
14th at 3:00pm at Paducah Tilghman High School for any youth who are interested in
participating. Applications will be available at Paducah Tilghman High School or via email at
paducahnaacp@gmail.com . The deadline to submit applications is Nov 22nd via the
aforementioned email or to Paducah-McCracken Co. NAACP P.O. Box 357, Paducah, KY
42003. For any questions, please contact our ACT-SO and Education Chair Mr. Corbin Snardon
at paducahnaacp@gmail.com or 270-604-2132 .  Please see attachments for more details.

• What is the African American Leadership Club?
The AALC purpose is to celebrate, educate, and expose all students to African American culture and traditions.  The club will promote an atmosphere for all students to actively engage in activities, events, meetings, and discussions that educate and inspire students to understand and celebrate the legacy and heritage of African Americans and their contributions to American History.  The club will meet on Mondays in Classroom 101 unless otherwise noted until 4pm.

• Today’s Lunch: Homemade chili, cinnamon roll, french fries, garden salad and fresh fruit
• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Fettucine Alfredo Penne, green beans, garden salad, breadstick and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements


• PTHS JUNIORS: The Coolidge Scholarship is now open!
The Coolidge Scholarship is a full-ride, four-year, merit scholarship that may be used by recipients for undergraduate study at any accredited college or university in the United States.
Any high school junior who plans on enrolling in college in the fall of 2021 and is an American citizen or legal permanent resident is eligible to apply (unfortunately current high school seniors are not eligible to apply).
Coolidge Scholars are selected based primarily on academic excellence. Secondary criteria include: an interest in public policy, an appreciation for and understanding of the values President Coolidge championed, as well as humility and service.
https://coolidgescholars.org

• Governor's School for Entrepreneurs. Applications will be available for high school students on November 15th. One change for this year is that GSE will not accept team applications. Applicants will apply as individuals and teams will be formed by GSE.
This is a great opportunity for your entrepreneurial students!
https://www.kentuckygse.com/

• Governor's School for the Arts Application is now live!!
This application must be completed online.
http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/gsa

• Attention Juniors: The 2019-2020 Paxton Scholars Application is now available in Guidance. "To be eligible, students must be of African American descent, American citizens and a resident of Paducah/McCracken County, Kentucky. The MCCCE Scholarship Committee will review applications to determine the best overall applicants to participate in the Paxton Scholars Program. The highest rated students based on GPA, community service, attainable goals, strength of nomination, low income status and other factors will be selected." For more information please see Mrs. Rogers in guidance.

• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Murray State University's Commonwealth Honors Academy Application is now available online at:

http://www.murraystate.edu/cha

Commonwealth Honors Academy
The Commonwealth Honors Academy is an exciting, challenging academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year.
www.murraystate.edu

The Commonwealth Honors Academy (CHA) is an exciting, challenging three-week academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year, maintained a 3.5 GPA and received a minimum composite 25 ACT.  Students will be selected from the commonwealth and the surrounding region.

The CHA Advantage:
*Six hours of university credit
*College scholarship opportunity
*Six additional hours during senior year

The CHA Experience:
*Live on College campus
*Participate in college honors classes
*Opportunities to meet and work with other outstanding students, professors and secondary teachers in a university setting

Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information.
















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Daily Announcements 10.30.19

Daily Student Announcements
Tuesday
October 30, 2019

• Seniors: Cap and Gown Order Day will be November 1st. You should have already received a flyer but it you didn’t receive one, they can be picked up in the main office. You can also order online at www.balfour.com prior to this date.

• Sustainability Club: There will be a brief informational meeting for anyone interested in joining the Sustainability Clu on Thursday, October 31 immediately after school in room 222.

• PT Pageturners will be this Friday during 1st and 3rd lunches. We will be wrapping up discussion of Sadie. Remember, it will be a potluck so please bring a side, dessert, chips, drinks, etc…Hot dogs will be provided.

• The organization Loqui is looking for students interested in psychology and mental health to be discussion table leaders. Pick up applications in guidance this week.

• There will be an FCA meeting Wed 10/30 after school in room 220.

• Kicks for Kids: The PT Boys Basketball team will be collectign new and gently used shoes before the holiday season for those less fortunate. Athletic shoes, dress shoes, boots and flats in both adult or children’s sizes are accepted and appreciated. There will be a box located in or near the main office for collection. Please bring shoes anytime before December 11th.

• NAACP ACT-SO Competition:

o The NAACP is the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization. In addition to civil
rights we are also huge supporters of education. Our youth are so talented and that talent
deserves to be displayed. We are excited to bring an incredible opportunity benefiting and
showcasing the talent of our local African-American youth. We are proud to sponsor the 2020
NAACP ACT-SO Competition.
ACT-SO (Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological, Scientific, Olympics) is an enrichment
program for African-American youth that prepares them to participate in 29 different categories
that comprise the ACT-SO program. We invite any African-American student in the local area
who are in grades 9-12 to be a part of ACT-SO. Students who choose to participate will have a
chance to compete at our local ACT-SO competition held on March 6th 2020. Winners may also
have an opportunity to compete at the National ACT-SO Competition in Boston, MA during the
NAACP National Convention held July 23rd-29th 2020 under the sponsorship of the
Paducah-McCracken Co. NAACP.
This is a fantastic opportunity to showcase local youth and their exceptional talents.
ACT-SO boast a list of many famous alumni. An interest meeting will be held on November
14th at 3:00pm at Paducah Tilghman High School for any youth who are interested in
participating. Applications will be available at Paducah Tilghman High School or via email at
paducahnaacp@gmail.com . The deadline to submit applications is Nov 22nd via the
aforementioned email or to Paducah-McCracken Co. NAACP P.O. Box 357, Paducah, KY
42003. For any questions, please contact our ACT-SO and Education Chair Mr. Corbin Snardon
at paducahnaacp@gmail.com or 270-604-2132 .  Please see attachments for more details.

• What is the African American Leadership Club?
The AALC purpose is to celebrate, educate, and expose all students to African American culture and traditions.  The club will promote an atmosphere for all students to actively engage in activities, events, meetings, and discussions that educate and inspire students to understand and celebrate the legacy and heritage of African Americans and their contributions to American History.  The club will meet on Mondays in Classroom 101 unless otherwise noted until 4pm.

• Today’s Lunch: Wing day, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, roll and fresh fruit
• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Homemade chili, cinnamon roll, french fries, garden salad and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements


• PTHS JUNIORS: The Coolidge Scholarship is now open!
The Coolidge Scholarship is a full-ride, four-year, merit scholarship that may be used by recipients for undergraduate study at any accredited college or university in the United States.
Any high school junior who plans on enrolling in college in the fall of 2021 and is an American citizen or legal permanent resident is eligible to apply (unfortunately current high school seniors are not eligible to apply).
Coolidge Scholars are selected based primarily on academic excellence. Secondary criteria include: an interest in public policy, an appreciation for and understanding of the values President Coolidge championed, as well as humility and service.
https://coolidgescholars.org

• Governor's School for Entrepreneurs. Applications will be available for high school students on November 15th. One change for this year is that GSE will not accept team applications. Applicants will apply as individuals and teams will be formed by GSE.
This is a great opportunity for your entrepreneurial students!
https://www.kentuckygse.com/

• Governor's School for the Arts Application is now live!!
This application must be completed online.
http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/gsa

• Attention Juniors: The 2019-2020 Paxton Scholars Application is now available in Guidance. "To be eligible, students must be of African American descent, American citizens and a resident of Paducah/McCracken County, Kentucky. The MCCCE Scholarship Committee will review applications to determine the best overall applicants to participate in the Paxton Scholars Program. The highest rated students based on GPA, community service, attainable goals, strength of nomination, low income status and other factors will be selected." For more information please see Mrs. Rogers in guidance.

• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Murray State University's Commonwealth Honors Academy Application is now available online at:

http://www.murraystate.edu/cha

Commonwealth Honors Academy
The Commonwealth Honors Academy is an exciting, challenging academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year.
www.murraystate.edu

The Commonwealth Honors Academy (CHA) is an exciting, challenging three-week academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year, maintained a 3.5 GPA and received a minimum composite 25 ACT.  Students will be selected from the commonwealth and the surrounding region.

The CHA Advantage:
*Six hours of university credit
*College scholarship opportunity
*Six additional hours during senior year

The CHA Experience:
*Live on College campus
*Participate in college honors classes
*Opportunities to meet and work with other outstanding students, professors and secondary teachers in a university setting

Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information.
















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Daily Announcements 10.29.19

Daily Student Announcements
Monday
October 29, 2019

• Seniors: Cap and Gown Order Day will be November 1st. You should have already received a flyer but it you didn’t receive one, they can be picked up in the main office. You can also order online at www.balfour.com prior to this date.

• Sustainability Club: There will be a brief informational meeting for anyone interested in joining the Sustainability Clu on Thursday, October 31 immediately after school in room 222.

• PT Pageturners will be this Friday during 1st and 3rd lunches. We will be wrapping up discussion of Sadie. Remember, it will be a potluck so please bring a side, dessert, chips, drinks, etc…Hot dogs will be provided.

• Kicks for Kids: The PT Boys Basketball team will be collectign new and gently used shoes before the holiday season for those less fortunate. Athletic shoes, dress shoes, boots and flats in both adult or children’s sizes are accepted and appreciated. There will be a box located in or near the main office for collection. Please bring shoes anytime before December 11th.

• NAACP ACT-SO Competition: The NAACP is the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization. In addition to civil
rights we are also huge supporters of education. Our youth are so talented and that talent
deserves to be displayed. We are excited to bring an incredible opportunity benefiting and
showcasing the talent of our local African-American youth. We are proud to sponsor the 2020
NAACP ACT-SO Competition.
ACT-SO (Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological, Scientific, Olympics) is an enrichment
program for African-American youth that prepares them to participate in 29 different categories
that comprise the ACT-SO program. We invite any African-American student in the local area
who are in grades 9-12 to be a part of ACT-SO. Students who choose to participate will have a
chance to compete at our local ACT-SO competition held on March 6th 2020. Winners may also
have an opportunity to compete at the National ACT-SO Competition in Boston, MA during the
NAACP National Convention held July 23rd-29th 2020 under the sponsorship of the
Paducah-McCracken Co. NAACP.
This is a fantastic opportunity to showcase local youth and their exceptional talents.
ACT-SO boast a list of many famous alumni. An interest meeting will be held on November
14th at 3:00pm at Paducah Tilghman High School for any youth who are interested in
participating. Applications will be available at Paducah Tilghman High School or via email at
paducahnaacp@gmail.com . The deadline to submit applications is Nov 22nd via the
aforementioned email or to Paducah-McCracken Co. NAACP P.O. Box 357, Paducah, KY
42003. For any questions, please contact our ACT-SO and Education Chair Mr. Corbin Snardon
at paducahnaacp@gmail.com or 270-604-2132 .  Please see attachments for more details.

• What is the African American Leadership Club?
The AALC purpose is to celebrate, educate, and expose all students to African American culture and traditions.  The club will promote an atmosphere for all students to actively engage in activities, events, meetings, and discussions that educate and inspire students to understand and celebrate the legacy and heritage of African Americans and their contributions to American History.  The club will meet on Mondays in Classroom 101 unless otherwise noted until 4pm.

• Today’s Lunch: Chicken and Waffles, macaroni and cheese, baked beans, roll and fresh fruit

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Walking Tacos, Potato Ole’s, salsa, fresh lettuce and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements


• PTHS JUNIORS: The Coolidge Scholarship is now open!
The Coolidge Scholarship is a full-ride, four-year, merit scholarship that may be used by recipients for undergraduate study at any accredited college or university in the United States.
Any high school junior who plans on enrolling in college in the fall of 2021 and is an American citizen or legal permanent resident is eligible to apply (unfortunately current high school seniors are not eligible to apply).
Coolidge Scholars are selected based primarily on academic excellence. Secondary criteria include: an interest in public policy, an appreciation for and understanding of the values President Coolidge championed, as well as humility and service.
https://coolidgescholars.org

• Governor's School for Entrepreneurs. Applications will be available for high school students on November 15th. One change for this year is that GSE will not accept team applications. Applicants will apply as individuals and teams will be formed by GSE.
This is a great opportunity for your entrepreneurial students!
https://www.kentuckygse.com/

• Governor's School for the Arts Application is now live!!
This application must be completed online.
http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/gsa

• Attention Juniors: The 2019-2020 Paxton Scholars Application is now available in Guidance. "To be eligible, students must be of African American descent, American citizens and a resident of Paducah/McCracken County, Kentucky. The MCCCE Scholarship Committee will review applications to determine the best overall applicants to participate in the Paxton Scholars Program. The highest rated students based on GPA, community service, attainable goals, strength of nomination, low income status and other factors will be selected." For more information please see Mrs. Rogers in guidance.

• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Murray State University's Commonwealth Honors Academy Application is now available online at:

http://www.murraystate.edu/cha

Commonwealth Honors Academy
The Commonwealth Honors Academy is an exciting, challenging academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year.
www.murraystate.edu

The Commonwealth Honors Academy (CHA) is an exciting, challenging three-week academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year, maintained a 3.5 GPA and received a minimum composite 25 ACT.  Students will be selected from the commonwealth and the surrounding region.

The CHA Advantage:
*Six hours of university credit
*College scholarship opportunity
*Six additional hours during senior year

The CHA Experience:
*Live on College campus
*Participate in college honors classes
*Opportunities to meet and work with other outstanding students, professors and secondary teachers in a university setting

Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information.
















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Daily Announcements 10.24.19

Daily Student Announcements
Thursday
October 24, 2019


• Congratulations to the following Paducah Tilghman volleyball players who made the All-District team. They are Jennifer Goddard, Gianinna Loaiza & Katelyn Shumaker.

• Seniors: Cap and Gown Order Day will be November 1st. You should have already received a flyer but it you didn’t receive one, they can be picked up in the main office. You can also order online at www.balfour.com prior to this date.

• Students who have checked out McCracken County Library books through PT….if they’ve been out for more than two weeks, please return these to the PT library as soon as possible.

• Penny Wars Competition: We have declared a war on cancer! October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we will have grade level PENNY WARS competition each day October 21-25 during lunch. A table will be set up with a jar for each grade level. Dump your change or your dollar bills to help support the American Cancer Society and the bowling team! (flyer attached)

• All students interested in a STEM career are invited to attend “Death By Chocolate” on October 24th at 6 pm at the Crounse Atrium/WKCTC. There will be a deluxe chocolate buffet with options for dietary restrictions. All students (grades 9-12), parents and educators are invited to attend. Young women are particularly encouraged to attend. For more information, please see the attachment.

• What is the African American Leadership Club?
The AALC purpose is to celebrate, educate, and expose all students to African American culture and traditions.  The club will promote an atmosphere for all students to actively engage in activities, events, meetings, and discussions that educate and inspire students to understand and celebrate the legacy and heritage of African Americans and their contributions to American History.  The club will meet on Mondays in Classroom 101 unless otherwise noted until 4pm.

• Today’s Lunch: Asian Chicken Bowl, ham fried rice, fresh veggie bowl with Ranch and fresh fruit
• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Corn Dog, french fries, garden salad, fresh fruit and milk

Guidance Announcements

• PTHS JUNIORS: The Coolidge Scholarship is now open!
The Coolidge Scholarship is a full-ride, four-year, merit scholarship that may be used by recipients for undergraduate study at any accredited college or university in the United States.
Any high school junior who plans on enrolling in college in the fall of 2021 and is an American citizen or legal permanent resident is eligible to apply (unfortunately current high school seniors are not eligible to apply).
Coolidge Scholars are selected based primarily on academic excellence. Secondary criteria include: an interest in public policy, an appreciation for and understanding of the values President Coolidge championed, as well as humility and service.
https://coolidgescholars.org


• The student chapter of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) at the University of Kentucky, Paducah Campus is excited to invite students to our 6th annual Death by Chocolate event on October 24th from 6:00-7:30 PM in Crounse Atrium. All students (9th-12th), parents, and educators are welcome. Death By Chocolate is hosted by SWE with the goal of informing young women about their potential for a STEM career. We want young girls to know that engineering is not just for men, but that women excel in engineering and other STEM majors.

• Governor's School for Entrepreneurs. Applications will be available for high school students on November 15th. One change for this year is that GSE will not accept team applications. Applicants will apply as individuals and teams will be formed by GSE.
This is a great opportunity for your entrepreneurial students!
https://www.kentuckygse.com/

• Governor's School for the Arts Application is now live!!
This application must be completed online.
http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/gsa

• Attention Juniors: The 2019-2020 Paxton Scholars Application is now available in Guidance. "To be eligible, students must be of African American descent, American citizens and a resident of Paducah/McCracken County, Kentucky. The MCCCE Scholarship Committee will review applications to determine the best overall applicants to participate in the Paxton Scholars Program. The highest rated students based on GPA, community service, attainable goals, strength of nomination, low income status and other factors will be selected." For more information please see Mrs. Rogers in guidance.

• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Murray State University's Commonwealth Honors Academy Application is now available online at:

http://www.murraystate.edu/cha

Commonwealth Honors Academy
The Commonwealth Honors Academy is an exciting, challenging academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year.
www.murraystate.edu

The Commonwealth Honors Academy (CHA) is an exciting, challenging three-week academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year, maintained a 3.5 GPA and received a minimum composite 25 ACT.  Students will be selected from the commonwealth and the surrounding region.

The CHA Advantage:
*Six hours of university credit
*College scholarship opportunity
*Six additional hours during senior year

The CHA Experience:
*Live on College campus
*Participate in college honors classes
*Opportunities to meet and work with other outstanding students, professors and secondary teachers in a university setting

Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information.
















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Daily Announcements 10.23.19

Daily Student Announcements
Wednesday
October 23, 2019


• What is the African American Leadership Club?
The AALC purpose is to celebrate, educate, and expose all students to African American culture and traditions.  The club will promote an atmosphere for all students to actively engage in activities, events, meetings, and discussions that educate and inspire students to understand and celebrate the legacy and heritage of African Americans and their contributions to American History.  The club will meet on Mondays in Classroom 101 unless otherwise noted until 4pm.

• Seniors: Cap and Gown Order Day will be November 1st. You should have already received a flyer but it you didn’t receive one, they can be picked up in the main office. You can also order online at www.balfour.com prior to this date.

• Students who have checked out McCracken County Library books through PT….if they’ve been out for more than two weeks, please return these to the PT library as soon as possible.

• Penny Wars Competition: We have declared a war on cancer! October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we will have grade level PENNY WARS competition each day October 21-25 during lunch. A table will be set up with a jar for each grade level. Dump your change or your dollar bills to help support the American Cancer Society and the bowling team! (flyer attached)

• All students interested in a STEM career are invited to attend “Death By Chocolate” on October 24th at 6 pm at the Crounse Atrium/WKCTC. There will be a deluxe chocolate buffet with options for dietary restrictions. All students (grades 9-12), parents and educators are invited to attend. Young women are particularly encouraged to attend. For more information, please see the attachment.

• First Explorer Post 2501 Meeting of the Year is Tomorrow, Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Baptist Health Paducah's Heart Center Auditorium, 2501 Kentucky Avenue, Paducah KY

• Today’s Lunch: chicken wings, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, roll and fresh fruit

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Asian Chicken Bowl, ham fried rice, fresh veggie bowl with Ranch and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements

• PTHS JUNIORS: The Coolidge Scholarship is now open!
The Coolidge Scholarship is a full-ride, four-year, merit scholarship that may be used by recipients for undergraduate study at any accredited college or university in the United States.
Any high school junior who plans on enrolling in college in the fall of 2021 and is an American citizen or legal permanent resident is eligible to apply (unfortunately current high school seniors are not eligible to apply).
Coolidge Scholars are selected based primarily on academic excellence. Secondary criteria include: an interest in public policy, an appreciation for and understanding of the values President Coolidge championed, as well as humility and service.
https://coolidgescholars.org


• The student chapter of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) at the University of Kentucky, Paducah Campus is excited to invite students to our 6th annual Death by Chocolate event on October 24th from 6:00-7:30 PM in Crounse Atrium. All students (9th-12th), parents, and educators are welcome. Death By Chocolate is hosted by SWE with the goal of informing young women about their potential for a STEM career. We want young girls to know that engineering is not just for men, but that women excel in engineering and other STEM majors.

• US Army rep will visit TODAY, October 23.

• Governor's School for Entrepreneurs. Applications will be available for high school students on November 15th. One change for this year is that GSE will not accept team applications. Applicants will apply as individuals and teams will be formed by GSE.
This is a great opportunity for your entrepreneurial students!
https://www.kentuckygse.com/

• Governor's School for the Arts Application is now live!!
This application must be completed online.
http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/gsa


• AP Reimbursement money is in. Students is you passed an AP exam, you need to see Mrs. Sample. There is paperwork that must be competed and you must sign for the reimbursement. It will take time for the check to be issued to you; it is not instant. All money must be reimbursed by May 2020.

• Attention Juniors: The 2019-2020 Paxton Scholars Application is now available in Guidance. "To be eligible, students must be of African American descent, American citizens and a resident of Paducah/McCracken County, Kentucky. The MCCCE Scholarship Committee will review applications to determine the best overall applicants to participate in the Paxton Scholars Program. The highest rated students based on GPA, community service, attainable goals, strength of nomination, low income status and other factors will be selected." For more information please see Mrs. Rogers in guidance.

• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Murray State University's Commonwealth Honors Academy Application is now available online at:

http://www.murraystate.edu/cha

Commonwealth Honors Academy
The Commonwealth Honors Academy is an exciting, challenging academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year.
www.murraystate.edu

The Commonwealth Honors Academy (CHA) is an exciting, challenging three-week academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year, maintained a 3.5 GPA and received a minimum composite 25 ACT.  Students will be selected from the commonwealth and the surrounding region.

The CHA Advantage:
*Six hours of university credit
*College scholarship opportunity
*Six additional hours during senior year

The CHA Experience:
*Live on College campus
*Participate in college honors classes
*Opportunities to meet and work with other outstanding students, professors and secondary teachers in a university setting

Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information.
















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Daily Announcements 10.22.19

Daily Student Announcements
Tuesday
October 22, 2019


• Congratulations to the volleyball team for their straight set District tournament win over CCA last night. This puts them in tonight's District Championship vs. McCracken County. It will be here at Tilghman at 7:00 so come out and support them. This also clinches a spot for the team in next week's Regional tournament. Way to go girls!

• Congratulations to the Academic Team for their strong performances last Thursday and last night.
The team has defeated St Mary, Carlisle, and Mayfield and tied district rival McCracken for a record of 3-0-1.

• What is the African American Leadership Club?
The AALC purpose is to celebrate, educate, and expose all students to African American culture and traditions.  The club will promote an atmosphere for all students to actively engage in activities, events, meetings, and discussions that educate and inspire students to understand and celebrate the legacy and heritage of African Americans and their contributions to American History.  The club will meet on Mondays in Classroom 101 unless otherwise noted until 4pm.

• Seniors: Cap and Gown Order Day will be November 1st. You should have already received a flyer but it you didn’t receive one, they can be picked up in the main office. You can also order online at www.balfour.com prior to this date.

• Penny Wars Competition: We have declared a war on cancer! October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we will have grade level PENNY WARS competition each day October 21-25 during lunch. A table will be set up with a jar for each grade level. Dump your change or your dollar bills to help support the American Cancer Society and the bowling team! (flyer attached)

• All students interested in a STEM career are invited to attend “Death By Chocolate” on October 24th at 6 pm at the Crounse Atrium/WKCTC. There will be a deluxe chocolate buffet with options for dietary restrictions. All students (grades 9-12), parents and educators are invited to attend. Young women are particularly encouraged to attend. For more information, please see the attachment.

• First Explorer Post 2501 Meeting of the Year is Tomorrow, Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Baptist Health Paducah's Heart Center Auditorium, 2501 Kentucky Avenue, Paducah KY

• Today’s Lunch: Questo Crispito, Potato Ole’s, salsa, corn and fresh fruit
• Tomorrow’s Lunch: chicken wings, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, roll and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements

• The student chapter of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) at the University of Kentucky, Paducah Campus is excited to invite students to our 6th annual Death by Chocolate event on October 24th from 6:00-7:30 PM in Crounse Atrium. All students (9th-12th), parents, and educators are welcome. Death By Chocolate is hosted by SWE with the goal of informing young women about their potential for a STEM career. We want young girls to know that engineering is not just for men, but that women excel in engineering and other STEM majors.

• US Army rep will visit on Wednesday, October 23.

• FAFSA Assistance Event on Tuesday, October 22 from 2pm-6pm. If you cannot find the sign up link for appointments, see Ms. Sievers. She will sign you up for an appointment.
There is now a link to the Scholarship and Transcript Request pages on the front page of the school website in the menu on the left.

• Governor's School for Entrepreneurs. Applications will be available for high school students on November 15th. One change for this year is that GSE will not accept team applications. Applicants will apply as individuals and teams will be formed by GSE.
This is a great opportunity for your entrepreneurial students!
https://www.kentuckygse.com/

• Governor's School for the Arts Application is now live!!
This application must be completed online.
http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/gsa


• AP Reimbursement money is in. Students is you passed an AP exam, you need to see Mrs. Sample. There is paperwork that must be competed and you must sign for the reimbursement. It will take time for the check to be issued to you; it is not instant. All money must be reimbursed by May 2020.

• Attention Juniors: The 2019-2020 Paxton Scholars Application is now available in Guidance. "To be eligible, students must be of African American descent, American citizens and a resident of Paducah/McCracken County, Kentucky. The MCCCE Scholarship Committee will review applications to determine the best overall applicants to participate in the Paxton Scholars Program. The highest rated students based on GPA, community service, attainable goals, strength of nomination, low income status and other factors will be selected." For more information please see Mrs. Rogers in guidance.

• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Murray State University's Commonwealth Honors Academy Application is now available online at:

http://www.murraystate.edu/cha

Commonwealth Honors Academy
The Commonwealth Honors Academy is an exciting, challenging academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year.
www.murraystate.edu

The Commonwealth Honors Academy (CHA) is an exciting, challenging three-week academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year, maintained a 3.5 GPA and received a minimum composite 25 ACT.  Students will be selected from the commonwealth and the surrounding region.

The CHA Advantage:
*Six hours of university credit
*College scholarship opportunity
*Six additional hours during senior year

The CHA Experience:
*Live on College campus
*Participate in college honors classes
*Opportunities to meet and work with other outstanding students, professors and secondary teachers in a university setting

Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information.
















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Daily Announcements 10.21.19

Daily Student Announcements
Monday
October 21, 2019


• Wrestling practice begins TODAY! Anyone interested in participating needs to stop by Room 210B this week and speak with Coach Livingston. You also need to get your sports physical on the official KHSAA form. Coach Livingston has copies of the physical form if you need one.

• CONGRATULATIONS to your PTHS Band of Blue Marching Band for placing 7th at the KMEA 2A West Regional Quarterfinals on Saturday, October 19, 2019 at Warren East High School. With the 7th place finish, the Band of Blue will be making their third conssective trip to the KMEA State Marching Band Championships 2A Semifinals at Warren East High School on Saturday, October 26, 2019. The band will take the field at 11:45am

• Volleyball plays CCA in the District tournament tonight here at Tilghman. They play immediately after the McCracken County vs. St. Mary match which starts at 6:00.

• What is the African American Leadership Club?
The AALC purpose is to celebrate, educate, and expose all students to African American culture and traditions.  The club will promote an atmosphere for all students to actively engage in activities, events, meetings, and discussions that educate and inspire students to understand and celebrate the legacy and heritage of African Americans and their contributions to American History.  The club will meet on Mondays in Classroom 101 unless otherwise noted until 4pm.

• Seniors: Cap and Gown Order Day will be November 1st. You should have already received a flyer but it you didn’t receive one, they can be picked up in the main office. You can also order online at www.balfour.com prior to this date.

• Penny Wars Competition: We have declared a war on cancer! October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we will have grade level PENNY WARS competition each day October 21-25 during lunch. A table will be set up with a jar for each grade level. Dump your change or your dollar bills to help support the American Cancer Society and the bowling team! (flyer attached)

• All students interested in a STEM career are invited to attend “Death By Chocolate” on October 24th at 6 pm at the Crounse Atrium/WKCTC. There will be a deluxe chocolate buffet with options for dietary restrictions. All students (grades 9-12), parents and educators are invited to attend. Young women are particularly encouraged to attend. For more information, please see the attachment.

• First Explorer Post 2501 Meeting of the Year is Tomorrow, Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Baptist Health Paducah's Heart Center Auditorium, 2501 Kentucky Avenue, Paducah KY

• Today’s Lunch: Spaghetti with meat sauce, green beans, garden salad, breadsticks and fresh fruit

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Questo Crispito, Potato Ole’s, salsa, corn and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements

• The student chapter of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) at the University of Kentucky, Paducah Campus is excited to invite students to our 6th annual Death by Chocolate event on October 24th from 6:00-7:30 PM in Crounse Atrium. All students (9th-12th), parents, and educators are welcome. Death By Chocolate is hosted by SWE with the goal of informing young women about their potential for a STEM career. We want young girls to know that engineering is not just for men, but that women excel in engineering and other STEM majors.

• US Army rep will visit on Wednesday, October 23.

• FAFSA Assistance Event on Tuesday, October 22 from 2pm-6pm. If you cannot find the sign up link for appointments, see Ms. Sievers. She will sign you up for an appointment.
There is now a link to the Scholarship and Transcript Request pages on the front page of the school website in the menu on the left.

• The UK visit has been changed to Monday, October 21 during lunch in the library. Sign up in guidance office.

• Governor's School for Entrepreneurs. Applications will be available for high school students on November 15th. One change for this year is that GSE will not accept team applications. Applicants will apply as individuals and teams will be formed by GSE.
This is a great opportunity for your entrepreneurial students!
https://www.kentuckygse.com/

• Governor's School for the Arts Application is now live!!
This application must be completed online.
http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/gsa


• AP Reimbursement money is in. Students is you passed an AP exam, you need to see Mrs. Sample. There is paperwork that must be competed and you must sign for the reimbursement. It will take time for the check to be issued to you; it is not instant. All money must be reimbursed by May 2020.

• Attention Juniors: The 2019-2020 Paxton Scholars Application is now available in Guidance. "To be eligible, students must be of African American descent, American citizens and a resident of Paducah/McCracken County, Kentucky. The MCCCE Scholarship Committee will review applications to determine the best overall applicants to participate in the Paxton Scholars Program. The highest rated students based on GPA, community service, attainable goals, strength of nomination, low income status and other factors will be selected." For more information please see Mrs. Rogers in guidance.

• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Murray State University's Commonwealth Honors Academy Application is now available online at:

http://www.murraystate.edu/cha

Commonwealth Honors Academy
The Commonwealth Honors Academy is an exciting, challenging academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year.
www.murraystate.edu

The Commonwealth Honors Academy (CHA) is an exciting, challenging three-week academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year, maintained a 3.5 GPA and received a minimum composite 25 ACT.  Students will be selected from the commonwealth and the surrounding region.

The CHA Advantage:
*Six hours of university credit
*College scholarship opportunity
*Six additional hours during senior year

The CHA Experience:
*Live on College campus
*Participate in college honors classes
*Opportunities to meet and work with other outstanding students, professors and secondary teachers in a university setting

Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information.
















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Daily Announcements 10.18.19

Daily Student Announcements
Friday
October 18, 2019



• Wrestling practice begins on Monday, October 21st. Anyone interested in participating needs to stop by Room 210B this week and speak with Coach Livingston. You also need to get your sports physical on the official KHSAA form. Coach Livingston has copies of the physical form if you need one.

• Homecoming Dance Info: The doors to the dance will open as soon as the game is over. The lights will be turned off at 11:45 to give Student Council tie to get the decorations down by midnight. Students, you will need to call for rides by 11:45.

• What is the African American Leadership Club?
The AALC purpose is to celebrate, educate, and expose all students to African American culture and traditions.  The club will promote an atmosphere for all students to actively engage in activities, events, meetings, and discussions that educate and inspire students to understand and celebrate the legacy and heritage of African Americans and their contributions to American History.  The club will meet on Mondays in Classroom 101 unless otherwise noted until 4pm.


• Congratulations to the JV Volleball teamm on their win last night against UHA.

• PT Pageturners will meet TODAY during 1st and 3rd lunches. There is a prize for answering a trivia question about your reading. Be prepared to discuss the middle section of the book!

• Seniors: Cap and Gown Order Day will be November 1st. You should have already received a flyer but it you didn’t receive one, they can be picked up in the main office. You can also order online at www.balfour.com prior to this date.

• Penny Wars Competition: We have declared a war on cancer! October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we will have grade level PENNY WARS competition each day October 21-25 during lunch. A table will be set up with a jar for each grade level. Dump your change or your dollar bills to help support the American Cancer Society and the bowling team! (flyer attached)

• All students interested in a STEM career are invited to attend “Death By Chocolate” on October 24th at 6 pm at the Crounse Atrium/WKCTC. There will be a deluxe chocolate buffet with options for dietary restrictions. All students (grades 9-12), parents and educators are invited to attend. Young women are particularly encouraged to attend. For more information, please see the attachment.

• First Explorer Post 2501 Meeting of the Year is Tomorrow, Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Baptist Health Paducah's Heart Center Auditorium, 2501 Kentucky Avenue, Paducah KY

• Today’s Lunch: BBQ Nachos, fresh veggie bowl with ranch, jalapenors, fresh fruit and milk

Guidance Announcements

• The student chapter of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) at the University of Kentucky, Paducah Campus is excited to invite students to our 6th annual Death by Chocolate event on October 24th from 6:00-7:30 PM in Crounse Atrium. All students (9th-12th), parents, and educators are welcome. Death By Chocolate is hosted by SWE with the goal of informing young women about their potential for a STEM career. We want young girls to know that engineering is not just for men, but that women excel in engineering and other STEM majors.

• US Army rep will visit on Wednesday, October 23.

• FAFSA Assistance Event on Tuesday, October 22 from 2pm-6pm. If you cannot find the sign up link for appointments, see Ms. Sievers. She will sign you up for an appointment.
There is now a link to the Scholarship and Transcript Request pages on the front page of the school website in the menu on the left.

• The UK visit has been changed to Monday, October 21 during lunch in the library. Sign up in guidance office.

• Governor's School for Entrepreneurs. Applications will be available for high school students on November 15th. One change for this year is that GSE will not accept team applications. Applicants will apply as individuals and teams will be formed by GSE.
This is a great opportunity for your entrepreneurial students!
https://www.kentuckygse.com/

• Governor's School for the Arts Application is now live!!
This application must be completed online.
http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/gsa


• AP Reimbursement money is in. Students is you passed an AP exam, you need to see Mrs. Sample. There is paperwork that must be competed and you must sign for the reimbursement. It will take time for the check to be issued to you; it is not instant. All money must be reimbursed by May 2020.

• Attention Juniors: The 2019-2020 Paxton Scholars Application is now available in Guidance. "To be eligible, students must be of African American descent, American citizens and a resident of Paducah/McCracken County, Kentucky. The MCCCE Scholarship Committee will review applications to determine the best overall applicants to participate in the Paxton Scholars Program. The highest rated students based on GPA, community service, attainable goals, strength of nomination, low income status and other factors will be selected." For more information please see Mrs. Rogers in guidance.

• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Murray State University's Commonwealth Honors Academy Application is now available online at:

http://www.murraystate.edu/cha

Commonwealth Honors Academy
The Commonwealth Honors Academy is an exciting, challenging academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year.
www.murraystate.edu

The Commonwealth Honors Academy (CHA) is an exciting, challenging three-week academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year, maintained a 3.5 GPA and received a minimum composite 25 ACT.  Students will be selected from the commonwealth and the surrounding region.

The CHA Advantage:
*Six hours of university credit
*College scholarship opportunity
*Six additional hours during senior year

The CHA Experience:
*Live on College campus
*Participate in college honors classes
*Opportunities to meet and work with other outstanding students, professors and secondary teachers in a university setting

Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information.
















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Daily Announcements 10.17.19

Daily Student Announcements
Thursday
October 17, 2019

• Wrestling practice begins on Monday, October 21st. Anyone interested in participating needs to stop by Room 210B this week and speak with Coach Livingston. You also need to get your sports physical on the official KHSAA form. Coach Livingston has copies of the physical form if you need one.
• PT Pageturners will meet tomorrow during 1st and 3rd lunches. There is a prize for answering a trivia question about your reading. Be prepared to discuss the middle section of the book!

• Seniors: Cap and Gown Order Day will be November 1st. You should have already received a flyer but it you didn’t receive one, they can be picked up in the main office. You can also order online at www.balfour.com prior to this date.

• Penny Wars Competition: We have declared a war on cancer! October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we will have grade level PENNY WARS competition each day October 21-25 during lunch. A table will be set up with a jar for each grade level. Dump your change or your dollar bills to help support the American Cancer Society and the bowling team! (flyer attached)

• All students interested in a STEM career are invited to attend “Death By Chocolate” on October 24th at 6 pm at the Crounse Atrium/WKCTC. There will be a deluxe chocolate buffet with options for dietary restrictions. All students (grades 9-12), parents and educators are invited to attend. Young women are particularly encouraged to attend. For more information, please see the attachment.

• First Explorer Post 2501 Meeting of the Year is Tomorrow, Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Baptist Health Paducah's Heart Center Auditorium, 2501 Kentucky Avenue, Paducah KY

• Congratulations to the J.V. volleyball team for their win over Graves County last night and congratulations to the 4 seniors for their senior night recognition. They were Honi Haghighatjoo, Allison Jones, Gianina Loaiza, & Katelyn Shumaker.

• The PTHS Band of Blue will be practicing this week in front of the stadium on the parking lot. Please remove your vehicles between the blue lines by the following times: Monday,Tuesday & Thursday- by 3:30pm, Friday-right after school.

• Homecoming Permission Forms: If you are bringing a guest to the Homecoming dance, you must come by the Dean’s office for a permission form.

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: BBQ Nachos, fresh veggie bowl with ranch, jalapenors, fresh fruit and milk

Guidance Announcements

• The student chapter of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) at the University of Kentucky, Paducah Campus is excited to invite students to our 6th annual Death by Chocolate event on October 24th from 6:00-7:30 PM in Crounse Atrium. All students (9th-12th), parents, and educators are welcome. Death By Chocolate is hosted by SWE with the goal of informing young women about their potential for a STEM career. We want young girls to know that engineering is not just for men, but that women excel in engineering and other STEM majors.

• US Army rep will visit on Wednesday, October 23.

• FAFSA Assistance Event on Tuesday, October 22 from 2pm-6pm. If you cannot find the sign up link for appointments, see Ms. Sievers. She will sign you up for an appointment.
There is now a link to the Scholarship and Transcript Request pages on the front page of the school website in the menu on the left.

• The UK visit has been changed to Monday, October 21 during lunch in the library. Sign up in guidance office.

• Governor's School for Entrepreneurs. Applications will be available for high school students on November 15th. One change for this year is that GSE will not accept team applications. Applicants will apply as individuals and teams will be formed by GSE.
This is a great opportunity for your entrepreneurial students!
https://www.kentuckygse.com/

• Governor's School for the Arts Application is now live!!
This application must be completed online.
http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/gsa


• AP Reimbursement money is in. Students is you passed an AP exam, you need to see Mrs. Sample. There is paperwork that must be competed and you must sign for the reimbursement. It will take time for the check to be issued to you; it is not instant. All money must be reimbursed by May 2020.

• Attention Juniors: The 2019-2020 Paxton Scholars Application is now available in Guidance. "To be eligible, students must be of African American descent, American citizens and a resident of Paducah/McCracken County, Kentucky. The MCCCE Scholarship Committee will review applications to determine the best overall applicants to participate in the Paxton Scholars Program. The highest rated students based on GPA, community service, attainable goals, strength of nomination, low income status and other factors will be selected." For more information please see Mrs. Rogers in guidance.

• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Murray State University's Commonwealth Honors Academy Application is now available online at:

http://www.murraystate.edu/cha

Commonwealth Honors Academy
The Commonwealth Honors Academy is an exciting, challenging academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year.
www.murraystate.edu

The Commonwealth Honors Academy (CHA) is an exciting, challenging three-week academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year, maintained a 3.5 GPA and received a minimum composite 25 ACT.  Students will be selected from the commonwealth and the surrounding region.

The CHA Advantage:
*Six hours of university credit
*College scholarship opportunity
*Six additional hours during senior year

The CHA Experience:
*Live on College campus
*Participate in college honors classes
*Opportunities to meet and work with other outstanding students, professors and secondary teachers in a university setting

Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information.
















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Daily Announcements 10.16.19

Daily Student Announcements
Wednesday
October 16, 2019

• Wrestling practice begins on Monday, October 21st. Anyone interested in participating needs to stop by Room 210B this week and speak with Coach Livingston. You also need to get your sports physical on the official KHSAA form. Coach Livingston has copies of the physical form if you need one.


• Penny Wars Competition: We have declared a war on cancer! October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we will have grade level PENNY WARS competition each day October 21-25 during lunch. A table will be set up with a jar for each grade level. Dump your change or your dollar bills to help support the American Cancer Society and the bowling team! (flyer attached)

• All students interested in a STEM career are invited to attend “Death By Chocolate” on October 24th at 6 pm at the Crounse Atrium/WKCTC. There will be a deluxe chocolate buffet with options for dietary restrictions. All students (grades 9-12), parents and educators are invited to attend. Young women are particularly encouraged to attend. For more information, please see the attachment.

• First Explorer Post 2501 Meeting of the Year is Tomorrow, Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Baptist Health Paducah's Heart Center Auditorium, 2501 Kentucky Avenue, Paducah KY


• PT Pageturners meet this Friday during lunch!

• Congratulations to the J.V. volleyball team for their win over Graves County last night and congratulations to the 4 seniors for their senior night recognition. They were Honi Haghighatjoo, Allison Jones, Gianina Loaiza, & Katelyn Shumaker.

• The PTHS Band of Blue will be practicing this week in front of the stadium on the parking lot. Please remove your vehicles between the blue lines by the following times: Monday,Tuesday & Thursday- by 3:30pm, Friday-right after school.

• Homecoming Permission Forms: If you are bringing a guest to the Homecoming dance, you must come by the Dean’s office for a permission form.

• Beta Club dues can be turned into Mrs. Mornar between classes. The dues is $10 for current members.
Applications for new members, grades 10th -12th, are in the folder outside of Mrs. Mornar’s door, room 206.

• Today’s Lunch: chicken wings, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, roll and fresh fruit

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: chicken nuggets, french fries, baked beans and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements

• The UK visit has been changed to Monday, October 21 during lunch in the library. Sign up in guidance office.

• Governor's School for Entrepreneurs. Applications will be available for high school students on November 15th. One change for this year is that GSE will not accept team applications. Applicants will apply as individuals and teams will be formed by GSE.
This is a great opportunity for your entrepreneurial students!
https://www.kentuckygse.com/

• Governor's School for the Arts Application is now live!!
This application must be completed online.
http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/gsa


• AP Reimbursement money is in. Students is you passed an AP exam, you need to see Mrs. Sample. There is paperwork that must be competed and you must sign for the reimbursement. It will take time for the check to be issued to you; it is not instant. All money must be reimbursed by May 2020.

• Attention Juniors: The 2019-2020 Paxton Scholars Application is now available in Guidance. "To be eligible, students must be of African American descent, American citizens and a resident of Paducah/McCracken County, Kentucky. The MCCCE Scholarship Committee will review applications to determine the best overall applicants to participate in the Paxton Scholars Program. The highest rated students based on GPA, community service, attainable goals, strength of nomination, low income status and other factors will be selected." For more information please see Mrs. Rogers in guidance.

• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Murray State University's Commonwealth Honors Academy Application is now available online at:

http://www.murraystate.edu/cha

Commonwealth Honors Academy
The Commonwealth Honors Academy is an exciting, challenging academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year.
www.murraystate.edu

The Commonwealth Honors Academy (CHA) is an exciting, challenging three-week academic enrichment program for outstanding high school students who have completed their junior year, maintained a 3.5 GPA and received a minimum composite 25 ACT.  Students will be selected from the commonwealth and the surrounding region.

The CHA Advantage:
*Six hours of university credit
*College scholarship opportunity
*Six additional hours during senior year

The CHA Experience:
*Live on College campus
*Participate in college honors classes
*Opportunities to meet and work with other outstanding students, professors and secondary teachers in a university setting

Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information.
















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Daily Announcements 10.14.19

Daily Student Announcements
Monday
October 14, 2019

• Wrestling practice begins on Monday, October 21st. Anyone interested in participating needs to stop by Room 210B this week and speak with Coach Livingston. You also need to get your sports physical on the official KHSAA form. Coach Livingston has copies of the physical form if you need one.

• AP Reimbursement money is in. Students is you passed an AP exam, you need to see Mrs. Sample. There is paperwork that must be competed and you must sign for the reimbursement. It will take time for the check to be issued to you; it is not instant. All money must be reimbursed by May 2020.

• The PTHS Band of Blue will be practicing this week in front of the stadium on the parking lot. Please remove your vehicles between the blue lines by the following times: Monday,Tuesday & Thursday- by 3:30pm, Friday-right after school.

• Homecoming Permission Forms: If you are bringing a guest to the Homecoming dance, you must come by the Dean’s office for a permission form.

• Beta Club dues can be turned into Mrs. Mornar between classes. The dues is $10 for current members.
Applications for new members, grades 10th -12th, are in the folder outside of Mrs. Mornar’s door, room 206.

• Today’s Lunch: Chicken Alfredo Bowl, green beans, garden salad, breadsticks and fresh fruit

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Big Blue Nacho Bar, fresh lettuce, salsa, corn and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements

• Governor's School for Entrepreneurs. Applications will be available for high school students on November 15th. One change for this year is that GSE will not accept team applications. Applicants will apply as individuals and teams will be formed by GSE.
This is a great opportunity for your entrepreneurial students!
https://www.kentuckygse.com/


• Governor's School for the Arts Application is now live!!
This application must be completed online.
http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/gsa

Kentucky Governor's School for the Arts
From the Sea Friday, October 11th - Saturday, October 12th , Whitney Hall
• www.kentuckycenter.org


• AP Reimbursement money is in. Students is you passed an AP exam, you need to see Mrs. Sample. There is paperwork that must be competed and you must sign for the reimbursement. It will take time for the check to be issued to you; it is not instant. All money must be reimbursed by May 2020.

• The University of Kentucky rep will be here for a visit during lunch on Wednesday, Oct. 16 (the week after fall break). If you are interested in hearing her presentation in the library, please sign up in the guidance office by Thursday, Oct. 3.

• Attention Juniors: The 2019-2020 Paxton Scholars Application is now available in Guidance. "To be eligible, students must be of African American descent, American citizens and a resident of Paducah/McCracken County, Kentucky. The MCCCE Scholarship Committee will review applications to determine the best overall applicants to participate in the Paxton Scholars Program. The highest rated students based on GPA, community service, attainable goals, strength of nomination, low income status and other factors will be selected." For more information please see Mrs. Rogers in guidance.

• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.
















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Daily Announcements 10.02.19

Daily Student Announcements
Wednesday
October 2, 2019


• Drama Club: There will be a drama club meeting this Wednesday in the drama room immediately after school. This will be a very quick, informational meeting to discuss membership and plans for the year.

• Mock Trial: Students seriously interested in the Mock Trial Team should gather after school briefly TODAY in room 102.

• AP Reimbursement money is in. Students is you passed an AP exam, you need to see Mrs. Sample. There is paperwork that must be competed and you must sign for the reimbursement. It will take time for the check to be issued to you; it is not instant. All money must be reimbursed by May 2020.

• Homecoming Permission Forms: If you are bringing a guest to the Homecoming dance, you must come by the Dean’s office for a permission form.

• Please return all overdue library books from PT and public library to Mrs. Wyant before fall break. Thank you.

• Beta Club dues can be turned into Mrs. Mornar between classes. The dues is $10 for current members.
Applications for new members, grades 10th -12th, are in the folder outside of Mrs. Mornar’s door, room 206.

• Today’s Lunch: chicken wings, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, rolls and gresh fruit
• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Calzones, french fries, corn, garden salad and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements

• Seniors—The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) application submission period opens Tuesday, Oct. 1. You must complete this form to get financial aid help for college or tech school. Ms. Sievers will be teaming up with Mr. Durrance from KHEAA for FAFSA Assistance Days after fall break by appointment. More info to come later this week. Students must complete the 2020-2021 FAFSA since that is the year they will enter college/tech school.

• Seniors—Fall Break is great time to do some college visits and work on applications. If you need extra help with applications, Ms. Hancock and Ms. Sievers will be available the same days of the FAFSA appointments. More info about sign ups to come later this week.

• AP Reimbursement money is in. Students is you passed an AP exam, you need to see Mrs. Sample. There is paperwork that must be competed and you must sign for the reimbursement. It will take time for the check to be issued to you; it is not instant. All money must be reimbursed by May 2020.

• The University of Kentucky rep will be here for a visit during lunch on Wednesday, Oct. 16 (the week after fall break). If you are interested in hearing her presentation in the library, please sign up in the guidance office by Thursday, Oct. 3.

• Attention Juniors: The 2019-2020 Paxton Scholars Application is now available in Guidance. "To be eligible, students must be of African American descent, American citizens and a resident of Paducah/McCracken County, Kentucky. The MCCCE Scholarship Committee will review applications to determine the best overall applicants to participate in the Paxton Scholars Program. The highest rated students based on GPA, community service, attainable goals, strength of nomination, low income status and other factors will be selected." For more information please see Mrs. Rogers in guidance.

• The Army will be in the PT lobby during lunch on October 3rd.

• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.
















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Daily Announcements 10.01.19

Daily Student Announcements

Tuesday

October 1,  2019





   Drama Club: There will be a drama club meeting this Wednesday in the drama room immediately after school. This will be a very quick, informational meeting to discuss membership and plans for the year.



   Mock Trial: Students seriously interested in the Mock Trial Team should gather after school briefly on Wednesday in room 102.  



   Volleyball plays Ballard Memorial at home tonight. The freshmen start at 5:00. Please come out and support them.



   AP Reimbursement money is in.  Students is you passed an AP exam, you need to see Mrs. Sample.  There is paperwork that must be competed and you must sign for the reimbursement.  It will take time for the check to be issued to you; it is not instant.  All money must be reimbursed by May 2020.





   Homecoming Permission Forms: If you are bringing a guest to the Homecoming dance, you must come by the Dean’s office for a permission form.  



   Please return all overdue library books from PT and public library to Mrs. Wyant before fall break.  Thank you.



   Beta Club dues can be turned into Mrs. Mornar between classes.  The dues is $10 for current members.

Applications for new members, grades 10th -12th, are in the folder outside of Mrs. Mornar’s door, room 206.



   Today’s Lunch: Cheesy chicken with Mexican rice, corn, fresh veggie bowl with Ranch, salsa and fresh fruit

   Tomorrow’s Lunch: chicken wings, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, rolls and gresh fruit



Guidance Announcements



   Seniors—The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) application submission period opens Tuesday, Oct. 1.  You must complete this form to get financial aid help for college or tech school.   Ms. Sievers will be teaming up with Mr. Durrance from KHEAA for FAFSA Assistance Days after fall break by appointment.   More info to come later this week.  Students must complete the 2020-2021 FAFSA since that is the year they will enter college/tech school.



   Seniors—Fall Break is great time to do some college visits and work on applications.  If you need extra help with applications, Ms. Hancock and Ms. Sievers will be available the same days of the FAFSA appointments.  More info about sign ups to come later this week.



   AP Reimbursement money is in.  Students is you passed an AP exam, you need to see Mrs. Sample.  There is paperwork that must be competed and you must sign for the reimbursement.  It will take time for the check to be issued to you; it is not instant.  All money must be reimbursed by May 2020.



   The University of Kentucky rep will be here for a visit during lunch on Wednesday, Oct. 16 (the week after fall break). If you are interested in hearing her presentation in the library, please sign up in the guidance office by Thursday, Oct. 3.



   Attention Juniors:  The 2019-2020 Paxton Scholars Application is now available in Guidance.  "To be eligible, students must be of African American descent, American citizens and a resident of Paducah/McCracken County, Kentucky. The MCCCE Scholarship Committee will review applications to determine the best overall applicants to participate in the Paxton Scholars Program.  The highest rated students based on GPA, community service, attainable goals, strength of nomination, low income status and other factors will be selected."  For more information please see Mrs. Rogers in guidance.



   The Army will be in the PT lobby during lunch on October 3rd.



   Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.  































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Daily Announcements 09.27.19

Daily Student Announcements
Friday
September 27, 2019


• Drama Club: There will be a drama club meeting next Wednesday in the drama room immediately after school. This will be a very quick, informational meeting to discuss membership and plans for the year.

• No volleyball practice today! Practice will resume on Monday at the regularly scheduled time.

• Congratulations to the J.V. volleyball team for their comeback win over McCracken County last night. Next home game will be October 1st. Also, there will be no volleyball practice after school today.

• PT Pageturners will meet TODAY during 1st and 3rd lunch. We will discuss the first 1/3 of Sadie.

• B.A.B.E.S. & B2G PRESENTS:
Act Like a Lady, think Like a Man Panel discussion will be held on Thursday, September 26th in the Blue Room. Do you have relationship questions? Are you sure he/she is the one? Come hear from some experienced panelist…We will be discussing relationships, standards and expectations.

• PTHS Band of Blue will be practicing in the parking lot in front of the stadium on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday this week. If you are parked between the blue lines, please remove your vehicles by 3:30pm on Tuesday and Thursday. Immediately after school on Friday. Thank you for your cooperation and continue support for the PTHS Band of Blue.

• Beta Club dues can be turned into Mrs. Mornar between classes. The dues is $10 for current members.
Applications for new members, grades 10th -12th, are in the folder outside of Mrs. Mornar’s door, room 206.

• Today’s Lunch: Bosco sticks with marinara, veggies and Ranch, french fries and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements

• Attention Juniors: The 2019-2020 Paxton Scholars Application is now available in Guidance. "To be eligible, students must be of African American descent, American citizens and a resident of Paducah/McCracken County, Kentucky. The MCCCE Scholarship Committee will review applications to determine the best overall applicants to participate in the Paxton Scholars Program. The highest rated students based on GPA, community service, attainable goals, strength of nomination, low income status and other factors will be selected." For more information please see Mrs. Rogers in guidance.

• Students who signed up to meet with Murray State reps to help with their admissions application will get an appointment sheet from their 1st period teacher on Monday telling them when to report to the computer lab. Bring your SS#, resume and/or list of activities, a non-school email address, and your Parchment log in information.

• Interested in being a Medical Explorer? Join Baptist Health Paducah's Exploring Post 2501 "First Nighter." This event will be held on Wednesday, September 25th at 5:00pm in the Baptist Health Paducah Heart Center Auditorium. Regular post meeting will be held once a month from 3:00 - 4:30pm. Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information

• The Army will be in the PT lobby during lunch on October 3rd.



• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.
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Daily Announcements 09.26.19

Daily Student Announcements
Thursday
September 26,   2019


• Congratulations to those students who made the bowling teams. Rosters are posted on the office window. Next practice will be Wednesday 3-4 with parent meeting at 4 @ Cardinal Lanes. Don’t forget to come out and support us at Qdoba tonight and bring the flyer and help the bowling team raise funds!

• Support the Bowling Team! Qdoba Cares Rebate night will be Thursday, September 26th from 4-10 pm. 20% of the night’s sales will go back to the Bowling Team.

• PT Pageturners will meet this Friday during 1st and 3rd lunch. We will discuss the first 1/3 of Sadie.

• B.A.B.E.S. & B2G PRESENTS:
Act Like a Lady, think Like a Man Panel discussion will be held on Thursday, September 26th in the Blue Room. Do you have relationship questions? Are you sure he/she is the one? Come hear from some experienced panelist…We will be discussing relationships, standards and expectations.

• PTHS Band of Blue will be practicing in the parking lot in front of the stadium on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday this week. If you are parked between the blue lines, please remove your vehicles by 3:30pm on Tuesday and Thursday. Immediately after school on Friday. Thank you for your cooperation and continue support for the PTHS Band of Blue.

• The Blood Drive is Friday Sept 27th. Anyone who is 16 years by that date is eligible to give blood. If you are 17 or older, you don’t need a parent signature. Sign-ups for the bood drive are in front of the cafeteria each day during lunch.

• Beta Club dues can be turned into Mrs. Mornar between classes. The dues is $10 for current members.
Applications for new members, grades 10th -12th, are in the folder outside of Mrs. Mornar’s door, room 206.

• Today’s Lunch: Mini-corndogs, french fries, garden salad and fresh fruit
• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Bosco sticks with marinara, veggies and Ranch, french fries and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements

• Attention Juniors: The 2019-2020 Paxton Scholars Application is now available in Guidance. "To be eligible, students must be of African American descent, American citizens and a resident of Paducah/McCracken County, Kentucky. The MCCCE Scholarship Committee will review applications to determine the best overall applicants to participate in the Paxton Scholars Program. The highest rated students based on GPA, community service, attainable goals, strength of nomination, low income status and other factors will be selected." For more information please see Mrs. Rogers in guidance.

• Interested in being a Medical Explorer? Join Baptist Health Paducah's Exploring Post 2501 "First Nighter." This event will be held on Wednesday, September 25th at 5:00pm in the Baptist Health Paducah Heart Center Auditorium. Regular post meeting will be held once a month from 3:00 - 4:30pm. Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information

• The Army will be in the PT lobby during lunch on October 3rd.

• September 30 Murray State University Application Help—MSU representatives will be here in the computer lab to help students apply for admission. A sign up sheet will be available the week of Sept. 16.


• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.
















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Daily Announcements 09.25.19

Daily Student Announcements
Wednesday
September 25,   2019


• FBLA members: Information and permission forms are available in all business teachers rooms for the Nashville Predators trip

• Support the Bowling Team! Qdoba Cares Rebate night will be Thursday, September 26th from 4-10 pm. 20% of the night’s sales will go back to the Bowling Team.

• Tryouts for the Bowling Team are this Wednesday 3-4:30 at Cardinal Lanes.

• PT Pageturners will meet this Friday during 1st and 3rd lunch. We will discuss the first 1/3 of Sadie.

• B.A.B.E.S. & B2G PRESENTS:
Act Like a Lady, think Like a Man Panel discussion will be held on Thursday, September 26th in the Blue Room. Do you have relationship questions? Are you sure he/she is the one? Come hear from some experienced panelist…We will be discussing relationships, standards and expectations.

• PTHS Band of Blue will be practicing in the parking lot in front of the stadium on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday this week. If you are parked between the blue lines, please remove your vehicles by 3:30pm on Tuesday and Thursday. Immediately after school on Friday. Thank you for your cooperation and continue support for the PTHS Band of Blue.

• The Blood Drive is Friday Sept 27th. Anyone who is 16 years by that date is eligible to give blood. If you are 17 or older, you don’t need a parent signature. Sign-ups for the bood drive are in front of the cafeteria each day during lunch.

• Beta Club dues can be turned into Mrs. Mornar between classes. The dues is $10 for current members.
Applications for new members, grades 10th -12th, are in the folder outside of Mrs. Mornar’s door, room 206.

• Today’s Lunch: chicken wings, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, fresh fruit and a roll

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Mini-corndogs, french fries, garden salad and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements

• Interested in being a Medical Explorer? Join Baptist Health Paducah's Exploring Post 2501 "First Nighter." This event will be held on Wednesday, September 25th at 5:00pm in the Baptist Health Paducah Heart Center Auditorium. Regular post meeting will be held once a month from 3:00 - 4:30pm. Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information

• The Army will be in the PT lobby during lunch on October 3rd.

• September 30 Murray State University Application Help—MSU representatives will be here in the computer lab to help students apply for admission. A sign up sheet will be available the week of Sept. 16.


• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.
















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Daily Announcements 09.24.19

Daily Student Announcements
Tuesday
September 24,  2019


• FBLA members: Information and permission forms are available in all business teachers rooms for the Nashville Predators trip.

• There will be an NHS meeting on Wednesday after school in Mrs. McGregor’s room.

• See You at the Pole will be Wednesday, Sept 25 at 7:OO am at the flagpole in front of the school.

• Support the Bowling Team! Qdoba Cares Rebate night will be Thursday, September 26th from 4-10 pm. 20% of the night’s sales will go back to the Bowling Team.

• Tryouts for the Bowling Team are this Wednesday 3-4:30 at Cardinal Lanes.

• PT Pageturners will meet this Friday during 1st and 3rd lunch. We will discuss the first 1/3 of Sadie.

• B.A.B.E.S. & B2G PRESENTS:
Act Like a Lady, think Like a Man Panel discussion will be held on Thursday, September 26th in the Blue Room. Do you have relationship questions? Are you sure he/she is the one? Come hear from some experienced panelist…We will be discussing relationships, standards and expectations.

• There will be a home volleyball game tonight, all three teams will be playing. Start time is 5:00 pm. Come out and support your Lady Tornado.

• PTHS Band of Blue will be practicing in the parking lot in front of the stadium on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday this week. If you are parked between the blue lines, please remove your vehicles by 3:30pm on Tuesday and Thursday. Immediately after school on Friday. Thank you for your cooperation and continue support for the PTHS Band of Blue.


• France Trip Meeting: There will be a Meeting for those interested in the France trip on Tuesday, September 24th in room 218 at Paducah Middle at 6 pm. The trip is planned for Spring Break 2020. The trip is open to high school and middle school students. Current enrollment in a French class is not a requirement. Those who have already signed up for the trip do not need to attend.

• The Blood Drive is Friday Sept 27th. Anyone who is 16 years by that date is eligible to give blood. If you are 17 or older, you don’t need a parent signature. Sign-ups for the bood drive are in front of the cafeteria each day during lunch.

• Beta Club dues can be turned into Mrs. Mornar between classes. The dues is $10 for current members.
Applications for new members, grades 10th -12th, are in the folder outside of Mrs. Mornar’s door, room 206.


• Today’s Lunch: Queso Crispito, Potato Ole’s, salsa, corn and fresh fruit

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: chicken wings, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, fresh fruit and a roll

Guidance Announcements

• Interested in being a Medical Explorer? Join Baptist Health Paducah's Exploring Post 2501 "First Nighter." This event will be held on Wednesday, September 25th at 5:00pm in the Baptist Health Paducah Heart Center Auditorium. Regular post meeting will be held once a month from 3:00 - 4:30pm. Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information

• The Army will be in the PT lobby during lunch on October 3rd.

• September 30 Murray State University Application Help—MSU representatives will be here in the computer lab to help students apply for admission. A sign up sheet will be available the week of Sept. 16.


• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.
















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Daily Announcements 09.23.19

Daily Student Announcements

Monday

September 23, 2019

= FBLA members: Information and permission forms are available in all business teachers rooms for the Nashville Predators trip.

= Don’t forget the Interact Club Meeting today! : The next Interact Meeting will be held n September 23rd after school in the library. Please pay your $5 dues if you haven’t already!

= CONGRATULATIONS to your PTHS Band of Blue Marching Band for placing 3rd in class 2A at the Logan County Festival of Bands competition on Saturday, September 21st. The Band of Blue's next marching band competition will be at the Christian County Tournament of Bands competition on October 5, 2019.

= PTHS Band of Blue will be practicing in the parking lot in front of the stadium on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday this week. If you are parked between the blue lines, please remove your vehicles by 3:30pm on Tuesday and Thursday. Immediately after school on Friday. Thank you for your cooperation and continue support for the PTHS Band of Blue.

= There will be a NHS meeting on Wednesday after school in Mrs. McGregor’s room.

= France Trip Meeting: There will be a Meeting for those interested in the France trip on Tuesday, September 24th in room 218 at Paducah Middle at 6 pm. The trip is planned for Spring Break

2020. The trip is open to high school and middle school students. Current enrollment in a French class is not a requirement. Those who have already signed up for the trip do not need to attend.

= See You at the Pole will be Wednesday, Sept 25 at 7:OO am at the flagpole in front of the school.

= The Blood Drive is Friday Sept 27th. Anyone who is 16 years by that date is eligible to give blood. If you are 17 or older, you don’t need a parent signature. Sign-ups for the bood drive are in front of the cafeteria each day during lunch.

= Beta Club dues can be turned into Mrs. Mornar between classes. The dues is $10 for current members.

Applications for new members, grades 10th -12th, are in the folder outside of Mrs. Mornar’s door, room 206.

= Interact Announcements : The next Interact Meeting will be held n September 23rd after school in the library. Please pay your $5 dues if you haven’t already!

= Today’s Lunch: Mac and Cheese Bowl, veggies with Ranch and fresh fruit

= Tomorrow’s Lunch: Queso Crispito, Potato Ole’s, salsa, corn and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements

= Interested in being a Medical Explorer? Join Baptist Health Paducah's Exploring Post 2501 "First Nighter." This event will be held on Wednesday, September 25th at 5:00pm in the Baptist

Health Paducah Heart Center Auditorium. Regular post meeting will be held once a month from 3:00 - 4:30pm. Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information

= September 30 Murray State University Application Help—MSU representatives will be here in the computer lab to help students apply for admission. A sign up sheet will be available the week of Sept. 16.

= Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.
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Daily Announcements 09.20.19

Daily Student Announcements

Friday

September 20, 2019

= FBLA members: Information and permission forms are available in all business teachers rooms for the Nashville Predators trip.

= Door Prize/drawing today for sharing a book you recently read and loved and why you loved it! Share in comments on @paducahtilghmanlibrary. Comments will be shuffled and door prize will be given to the winner during 7th hour today.

= France Trip Meeting: There will be a Meeting for those interested in the France trip on Tuesday, September 24th in room 218 at Paducah Middle at 6 pm. The trip is planned for Spring Break 2020. The trip is open to high school and middle school students. Current enrollment in a French class is not a requirement. Those who have already signed up for the trip do not need to attend.

= JV and Varsity Volleyball beat Carlisle County last night! The volleyball team has a tournament at the Plex tomorrow. First game is at 9 so come out and support our team!

= See You at the Pole will be Wednesday, Sept 25 at 7:OO am at the flagpole in front of the school.

= The Blood Drive is Friday Sept 27th. Anyone who is 16 years by that date is eligible to give blood. If you are 17 or older, you don’t need a parent signature. Sign-ups for the bood drive are in front of the cafeteria each day during lunch.

= Beta Club dues can be turned into Mrs. Mornar between classes. The dues is $10 for current members.

Applications for new members, grades 10th -12th, are in the folder outside of Mrs. Mornar’s door, room 206.

= Interact Announcements : The next Interact Meeting will be held n September 23rd after school in the library. Please pay your $5 dues if you haven’t already!

= Today’s Lunch: Asian Chicken Bowl, ham fried rice, egg roll and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements

= Interested in being a Medical Explorer? Join Baptist Health Paducah's Exploring Post 2501 "First Nighter." This event will be held on Wednesday, September 25th at 5:00pm in the Baptist Health Paducah Heart Center Auditorium. Regular post meeting will be held once a month from 3:00 - 4:30pm. Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information

= September 30 Murray State University Application Help—MSU representatives will be here in the computer lab to help students apply for admission. A sign up sheet will be available the week of Sept. 16.

= Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs.

Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.
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Daily Announcements 09.19.19

Daily Student Announcements

Thursday

September 19, 2019





   FBLA members:  Information and permission forms are available in all business teachers rooms for the Nashville Predators trip.



   France Trip Meeting: There will be a Meeting for those interested in the France trip on Tuesday, September 24th in room 218 at Paducah Middle at 6 pm. The trip is planned for Spring Break 2020. The trip is open to high school and middle school students. Current enrollment in a French class is not a requirement. Those who have already signed up for the trip do not need to attend.



   See You at the Pole will be Wednesday, Sept 25 at 7:OO am at the flagpole in front of the school.  



   The Blood Drive is Friday Sept 27th. Anyone who is 16 years by that date is eligible to give blood. If you are 17 or older, you don’t need a parent signature. Sign-ups for the bood drive are in front of the cafeteria each day during lunch.



   Don’t forget to stop by Tornado Alley YSC after school and fill out The Common Application for Kentucky and the top HBCUs. Mrs. Sid Hancock will be on hand to assist.  



   Beta Club dues can be turned into Mrs. Mornar between classes.  The dues is $10 for current members.

Applications for new members, grades 10th -12th, are in the folder outside of Mrs. Mornar’s door, room 206.



   Interact Announcements : The next Interact Meeting will be held n September 23rd after school in the library. Please pay your $5 dues if you haven’t already! The Officers meeting will be held on Thursday, September 19th at 2:30 in the library.  



   Tomorrow for College and Career Week:    College Day! “Rep your university”  

Wear your favorite t-shirt or college gear.

   Today’s Lunch: Calzones, french fries, corn, garden salad and fresh fruit



   Tomorrow’s Lunch: Asian Chicken Bowl, ham fried rice, egg roll and fresh fruit



Guidance Announcements



   Interested in being a Medical Explorer?  Join Baptist Health Paducah's Exploring Post 2501 "First Nighter."  This event will be held on Wednesday, September 25th at 5:00pm in the Baptist Health Paducah Heart Center Auditorium.  Regular post meeting will be held once a month from 3:00 - 4:30pm.  Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information



   Thursday, Sept. 19 Application Help Day/Night--Seniors—Your English teachers have a sign up sheet if you need help during English class with college applications, scholarship applications, your FSA ID, Parchment, or your NCAA/NAIA registration.  You must sign up with your English teacher or they won’t release you to the computer lab to get assistance from Ms. Sievers. That same night during the Open House from 6pm-7:30pm  Ms. Sievers and Ms. Hancock will be in the computer lab to help with the same tasks if your parents would like to be with you or they need help getting their FSA ID.



   September 30  Murray State University Application Help—MSU representatives will be here in the computer lab to help students apply for admission.  A sign up sheet will be available the week of Sept. 16.





   Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.  































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Daily Announcements 09.18.19

Daily Student Announcements
Wednesday
September 18, 2019

• Congratulations to volleyball on a thrilling victory over district opponent CCA last night. They were down 2-0 on the brink of losing but came back to win 3 straight sets. Good job!

• The PT Bowling Team is in need of more female bowlers. We have two more Wednesday open bowling events before our team is finalized. We encourage any female student (grades 7-12) who might be interested to come to open bowling Wednesday 3-4:30 at Cardinal Lanes. See Mr. Garner or Mrs. Miller if you have any questions.

• The Blood Drive is Friday Sept 27th. Anyone who is 16 years by that date is eligible to give blood. If you are 17 or older, you don’t need a parent signature. Sign-ups for the bood drive are in front of the cafeteria each day during lunch.

• Don’t forget to stop by Tornado Alley YSC after school and fill out The Common Application for Kentucky and the top HBCUs. Mrs. Sid Hancock will be on hand to assist.

• Beta Club dues can be turned into Mrs. Mornar between classes. The dues is $10 for current members.
Applications for new members, grades 10th -12th, are in the folder outside of Mrs. Mornar’s door, room 206.

• The Army will be visiting PT in the lunch room lobby on TODAY, September 18th during lunch.

• Interact Announcements : The next Interact Meeting will be held n September 23rd after school in the library. Please pay your $5 dues if you haven’t already! The Officers meeting will be held on Thursday, September 19th at 2:30 in the library.


• College & Career Week (September 16-20)

*Monday-The Common Application & The Common Black College Application (HBCU)
• Learn how to navigate several college applications & scholarship processes.
*Tuesday-Resume Writing
• Learn basic resume writing tips and skills.
*Wednesday-Budgeting Basics “Money Matters”
• Learn about creating a budget, personal finance and shopping for a bank.
Thursday-Dress for Success
• Wear your Sunday Best. Dress to impress!
Friday-College Day “Rep your university”
• Wear your favorite t-shirt or college gear.

*All meetings held in Tornado Alley YSC Room 100 from 2:30-3:00 p


• Today’s Lunch: Wing Day, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, roll and fresh fruit

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Calzones, french fries, corn, garden salad and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements

• Interested in being a Medical Explorer? Join Baptist Health Paducah's Exploring Post 2501 "First Nighter." This event will be held on Wednesday, September 25th at 5:00pm in the Baptist Health Paducah Heart Center Auditorium. Regular post meeting will be held once a month from 3:00 - 4:30pm. Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information

• Thursday, Sept. 19 Application Help Day/Night--Seniors—Your English teachers have a sign up sheet if you need help during English class with college applications, scholarship applications, your FSA ID, Parchment, or your NCAA/NAIA registration. You must sign up with your English teacher or they won’t release you to the computer lab to get assistance from Ms. Sievers. That same night during the Open House from 6pm-7:30pm Ms. Sievers and Ms. Hancock will be in the computer lab to help with the same tasks if your parents would like to be with you or they need help getting their FSA ID.

• September 30 Murray State University Application Help—MSU representatives will be here in the computer lab to help students apply for admission. A sign up sheet will be available the week of Sept. 16.


• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.
















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Daily Announcements 09.17.19

Daily Student Announcements
Tuesday
September 17, 2019

• The PT Bowling Team is in need of more female bowlers. We have two more Wednesday open bowling events before our team is finalized. We encourage any female student (grades 7-12) who might be interested to come to open bowling Wednesday 3-4:30 at Cardinal Lanes. See Mr. Garner or Mrs. Miller if you have any questions.

• There will be Chess team practice after school today in Ms. Harvey’s room.

• Picture Day is this Wednesday, September 18th.

• There will be an FCCLA meeting after school TODAY! If you are planning to go to Regionals, you must attend.

• Today kicks off College & Career Week. Don’t forget to stop by Tornado Alley YSC after school and fill out The Common Application for Kentucky and the top HBCUs. Mrs. Sid Hancock will be on hand to assist.

• Beta Club dues can be turned into Mrs. Mornar between classes. The dues is $10 for current members.
Applications for new members, grades 10th -12th, are in the folder outside of Mrs. Mornar’s door, room 206.

• The Army will be visiting PT in the lunch room lobby on Wednesday, September 18th during lunch.

• Interact Announcements : The next Interact Meeting will be held n September 23rd after school in the library. Please pay your $5 dues if you haven’t already! The Officers meeting will be held on Thursday, September 19th at 2:30 in the library.


• College & Career Week (September 16-20)

*Monday-The Common Application & The Common Black College Application (HBCU)
• Learn how to navigate several college applications & scholarship processes.
*Tuesday-Resume Writing
• Learn basic resume writing tips and skills.
*Wednesday-Budgeting Basics “Money Matters”
• Learn about creating a budget, personal finance and shopping for a bank.
Thursday-Dress for Success
• Wear your Sunday Best. Dress to impress!
Friday-College Day “Rep your university”
• Wear your favorite t-shirt or college gear.

*All meetings held in Tornado Alley YSC Room 100 from 2:30-3:00 p


• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Wing Day, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, roll and fresh fruit

• Today’s Lunch: Big Blue Nacho Bar, fresh lettuce, salsa, corn and fresh fruit


Guidance Announcements

• Interested in being a Medical Explorer? Join Baptist Health Paducah's Exploring Post 2501 "First Nighter." This event will be held on Wednesday, September 25th at 5:00pm in the Baptist Health Paducah Heart Center Auditorium. Regular post meeting will be held once a month from 3:00 - 4:30pm. Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information

• Thursday, Sept. 19 Application Help Day/Night--Seniors—Your English teachers have a sign up sheet if you need help during English class with college applications, scholarship applications, your FSA ID, Parchment, or your NCAA/NAIA registration. You must sign up with your English teacher or they won’t release you to the computer lab to get assistance from Ms. Sievers. That same night during the Open House from 6pm-7:30pm Ms. Sievers and Ms. Hancock will be in the computer lab to help with the same tasks if your parents would like to be with you or they need help getting their FSA ID.

• September 30 Murray State University Application Help—MSU representatives will be here in the computer lab to help students apply for admission. A sign up sheet will be available the week of Sept. 16.


• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

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Daily Announcements 09.16.19

Daily Student Announcements

Monday

September 16, 2019

= Congratulations to the JV & varsity volleyball teams on their wins over Murray last night. Practice is from 3:00 - 5:00 at Paducah Middle School today.

= The PT Bowling Team is in need of more female bowlers. We have two more Wednesday open bowling events before our team is finalized. We encourage any female student (grades 7-12) who might be interested to come to open bowling Wednesday 3-4:30 at Cardinal Lanes. See Mr. Garner or Mrs. Miller if you have any questions.

= There will be an FCCLA meeting after school on Tuesday. If you are planning to go to Regionals, you must attend.

= Volleyball practice will be at Paducah Middle School today from 3:00-5:00.

= Today kicks off College & Career Week. Don’t forget to stop by Tornado Alley YSC after school and fill out The Common Application for Kentucky and the top HBCUs. Mrs. Sid Hancock will be on hand to assist.

= Beta Club dues can be turned into Mrs. Mornar between classes. The dues is $10 for current members.

Applications for new members, grades 10th -12th, are in the folder outside of Mrs. Mornar’s door, room 206.

= Youth Lead Applications are due to Mrs. Rogers TODAY, September 16th!!!

= There will be a Fellowship of Christian Athletes Meeting on Monday, September 16 in Mrs. Adkins room, 220 after school.

= The Army will be visiting PT in the lunch room lobby on Wednesday, September 18th during lunch.

= Interact Announcements : The next Interact Meeting will be held n September 23rd after school in the library. Please pay your $5 dues if you haven’t already! The Officers meeting will be held on Thursday, September 19th at 2:30 in the library.

= College & Career Week (September 16-20)

*Monday-The Common Application & The Common Black College Application (HBCU)

= Learn how to navigate several college applications & scholarship processes.

*Tuesday-Resume Writing

= Learn basic resume writing tips and skills.

*Wednesday-Budgeting Basics “Money Matters”

= Learn about creating a budget, personal finance and shopping for a bank.

Thursday-Dress for Success

= Wear your Sunday Best. Dress to impress!

Friday-College Day “Rep your university”

= Wear your favorite t-shirt or college gear.

*All meetings held in Tornado Alley YSC Room 100 from 2:30-3:00 p

= Today’s Lunch: Chili Dog, french fries, garden salad and fresh fruit

= Tomorrow’s Lunch: Big Blue Nacho Bar, fresh lettuce, salsa, corn and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements

= Interested in being a Medical Explorer? Join Baptist Health Paducah's Exploring Post 2501 "First Nighter." This event will be held on Wednesday, September 25th at 5:00pm in the Baptist Health Paducah Heart Center Auditorium. Regular post meeting will be held once a month from 3:00 - 4:30pm. Please see Mrs. Rogers for more information

= Thursday, Sept. 19 Application Help Day/Night--Seniors—Your English teachers have a sign up sheet if you need help during English class with college applications, scholarship applications, your FSA ID, Parchment, or your NCAA/NAIA registration. You must sign up with your English teacher or they won’t release you to the computer lab to get assistance from Ms. Sievers. That same night during the Open House from 6pm-7:30pm Ms. Sievers and Ms. Hancock will be in the computer lab to help with the same tasks if your parents would like to be with you or they need help getting their FSA ID.

= September 30 Murray State University Application Help—MSU representatives will be here in the computer lab to help students apply for admission. A sign up sheet will be available the week of Sept. 16.

= Attention Juniors: Youth Lead Applications are now available. The chamber would like all applications typed this

year. All interested students can download an application from www.paducahchamber.org. All completed applications are due to Mrs. Rogers by September 16th!

= Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

= Monday, Sept. 16 from 5:30pm-7:30pm is the Western KY College Expo in the PTHS Gym. All grades are welcome. Please pre-register to attend on gotocollegefairs.com so you don’t have to waste time filling out information cards. The colleges will scan your registration bar code to upload your info. Then, students can spend more time talking to college reps
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Daily Announcements 09.13.19

Daily Student Announcements
Friday
September 13, 2019

• Congratulations to the JV & varsity volleyball teams on their wins over Murray last night. Practice is from 3:00 - 5:00 at Paducah Middle School today.

• Youth Lead Applications are due to Mrs. Rogers this Monday, September 16th!!!

• There will be a Fellowship of Christian Athletes Meeting on Monday, September 16 in Mrs. Adkins room, 220 after school.

• Interact Announcements : The next Interact Meeting will be held n September 23rd after school in the library. Please pay your $5 dues if you haven’t already! The Officers meeting will be held on Thursday, September 19th at 2:30 in the library.


• College & Career Week (September 16-20)

*Monday-The Common Application & The Common Black College Application (HBCU)
• Learn how to navigate several college applications & scholarship processes.
*Tuesday-Resume Writing
• Learn basic resume writing tips and skills.
*Wednesday-Budgeting Basics “Money Matters”
• Learn about creating a budget, personal finance and shopping for a bank.
Thursday-Dress for Success
• Wear your Sunday Best. Dress to impress!
Friday-College Day “Rep your university”
• Wear your favorite t-shirt or college gear.

*All meetings held in Tornado Alley YSC Room 100 from 2:30-3:00 p


• Today’s Lunch: BBQ Nachos, veggies and Ranch, corn and fresh fruit



Guidance Announcements


• Thursday, Sept. 19 Application Help Day/Night--Seniors—Your English teachers have a sign up sheet if you need help during English class with college applications, scholarship applications, your FSA ID, Parchment, or your NCAA/NAIA registration. You must sign up with your English teacher or they won’t release you to the computer lab to get assistance from Ms. Sievers. That same night during the Open House from 6pm-7:30pm Ms. Sievers and Ms. Hancock will be in the computer lab to help with the same tasks if your parents would like to be with you or they need help getting their FSA ID.

• September 30 Murray State University Application Help—MSU representatives will be here in the computer lab to help students apply for admission. A sign up sheet will be available the week of Sept. 16.


• Attention Juniors: Youth Lead Applications are now available. The chamber would like all applications typed this year. All interested students can download an application from www.paducahchamber.org. All completed applications are due to Mrs. Rogers by September 16th!


• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Monday, Sept. 16 from 5:30pm-7:30pm is the Western KY College Expo in the PTHS Gym. All grades are welcome. Please pre-register to attend on gotocollegefairs.com so you don’t have to waste time filling out information cards. The colleges will scan your registration bar code to upload your info. Then, students can spend more time talking to college reps














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Daily Announcements 09.12.19

Daily Student Announcements
Thursday
September 12, 2019

• All FBLA members that don’t have a business class, please stop by and see one of the advisors for announcements!

• Youth Lead Applications are due to Mrs. Rogers this Friday, September 13th!!!!!!

• There will be a Fellowship of Christian Athletes Meeting on Monday, September 16 in Mrs. Adkins room, 220 after school.

• Interact Announcements : The next Interact Meeting will be held n September 23rd after school in the library. Please pay your $5 dues if you haven’t already! The Officers meeting will be held on Thursday, September 19th at 2:30 in the library.


• College & Career Week (September 16-20)

*Monday-The Common Application & The Common Black College Application (HBCU)
• Learn how to navigate several college applications & scholarship processes.
*Tuesday-Resume Writing
• Learn basic resume writing tips and skills.
*Wednesday-Budgeting Basics “Money Matters”
• Learn about creating a budget, personal finance and shopping for a bank.
Thursday-Dress for Success
• Wear your Sunday Best. Dress to impress!
Friday-College Day “Rep your university”
• Wear your favorite t-shirt or college gear.

*All meetings held in Tornado Alley YSC Room 100 from 2:30-3:00 pm

• Balfour will be at PT TODAY, September 11th during lunch and again from 4-6. They will be taking orders for class rings and letter jackets

• Today’s: Breakfast Bar, biscuits with gravy, hashbrowns and fresh fruit

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: BBQ Nachos, veggies and Ranch, corn and fresh fruit



Guidance Announcements


• Thursday, Sept. 19 Application Help Day/Night--Seniors—Your English teachers have a sign up sheet if you need help during English class with college applications, scholarship applications, your FSA ID, Parchment, or your NCAA/NAIA registration. You must sign up with your English teacher or they won’t release you to the computer lab to get assistance from Ms. Sievers. That same night during the Open House from 6pm-7:30pm Ms. Sievers and Ms. Hancock will be in the computer lab to help with the same tasks if your parents would like to be with you or they need help getting their FSA ID.

• September 30 Murray State University Application Help—MSU representatives will be here in the computer lab to help students apply for admission. A sign up sheet will be available the week of Sept. 16.

• Thursday, September 12 4th Period—Senior Meeting RE: Paying for College (KHEAA Rep)—Blue Room

• Thursday, September 12 Murray State University Rep during lunch

• Attention Juniors: Youth Lead Applications are now available. The chamber would like all applications typed this year. All interested students can download an application from www.paducahchamber.org. All completed applications are due to Mrs. Rogers by September 13th.


• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Monday, Sept. 16 from 5:30pm-7:30pm is the Western KY College Expo in the PTHS Gym. All grades are welcome. Please pre-register to attend on gotocollegefairs.com so you don’t have to waste time filling out information cards. The colleges will scan your registration bar code to upload your info. Then, students can spend more time talking to college reps














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Daily Announcements 09.11.19

Daily Student Announcements
Wednesday
September 11, 2019

• Youth Lead Applications are due to Mrs. Rogers this Friday, September 13th!!!!!!

• There will be a Fellowship of Christian Athletes Meeting on Monday, September 16 in Mrs. Adkins room, 220 after school.

• Bowling Team Announcement: Open Bowling is TODAY at Cardinal Lanes 4-5:30.

• Interact Announcements : The next Interact Meeting will be held n September 23rd after school in the library. Please pay your $5 dues if you haven’t already! The Officers meeting will be held on Thursday, September 19th at 2:30 in the library.

• PT Pageturners will have meeting and book reveal today in the library.! Please pay $5 dues to receive the book and join in the fun!


• College & Career Week (September 16-20)

*Monday-The Common Application & The Common Black College Application (HBCU)
• Learn how to navigate several college applications & scholarship processes.
*Tuesday-Resume Writing
• Learn basic resume writing tips and skills.
*Wednesday-Budgeting Basics “Money Matters”
• Learn about creating a budget, personal finance and shopping for a bank.
Thursday-Dress for Success
• Wear your Sunday Best. Dress to impress!
Friday-College Day “Rep your university”
• Wear your favorite t-shirt or college gear.

*All meetings held in Tornado Alley YSC Room 100 from 2:30-3:00 pm


• The PTHS Band of Blue began its competitive marching season Saturday, September 7th at the Fifth Annual McCracken County Mustang Music in Motion Competition. The Band of Blue placed 1st in the Class 1A division! The bands next competition will be in the Logan County Festival of Bands in Russellville, KY on Saturday, September 21st.

• The PTHS Band of Blue will be practicing this week in front of the stadium on the parking lot. Please remove your vehicles between the blue lines by the following times this week: Tuesday & Thursday- by 3:30pm, Friday-right after school.

• Balfour will be at PT TODAY, September 11th during lunch and again from 4-6. They will be taking orders for class rings and letter jackets

• Today’s Lunch: Wing Day, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, roll and fresh fruit

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Breakfast Bar, biscuits with gravy, hashbrowns and fresh fruit



Guidance Announcements

• Sept. 12 KHEAA Meeting for Seniors moved to auditorium (4th period). Speaker will talk about financial aid, FAFSA, and KEES to pay for college. Teachers, if you have a full class of seniors, please accompany them to the auditorium.

• Thursday, Sept. 19 Application Help Day/Night--Seniors—Your English teachers have a sign up sheet if you need help during English class with college applications, scholarship applications, your FSA ID, Parchment, or your NCAA/NAIA registration. You must sign up with your English teacher or they won’t release you to the computer lab to get assistance from Ms. Sievers. That same night during the Open House from 6pm-7:30pm Ms. Sievers and Ms. Hancock will be in the computer lab to help with the same tasks if your parents would like to be with you or they need help getting their FSA ID.

• September 30 Murray State University Application Help—MSU representatives will be here in the computer lab to help students apply for admission. A sign up sheet will be available the week of Sept. 16.

• Thursday, September 11th Army Recruiter during lunch
• Thursday, September 12 4th Period—Senior Meeting RE: Paying for College (KHEAA Rep)—Blue Room
• Thursday, September 12 Murray State University Rep during lunch

• Attention Juniors: Youth Lead Applications are now available. The chamber would like all applications typed this year. All interested students can download an application from www.paducahchamber.org. All completed applications are due to Mrs. Rogers by September 13th.


• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Monday, Sept. 16 from 5:30pm-7:30pm is the Western KY College Expo in the PTHS Gym. All grades are welcome. Please pre-register to attend on gotocollegefairs.com so you don’t have to waste time filling out information cards. The colleges will scan your registration bar code to upload your info. Then, students can spend more time talking to college reps














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Daily Announcements 09.10.19

Daily Student Announcements

Tuesday

September 10, 2019

= Youth Lead Applications are due to Mrs. Rogers this Friday, September 13th!!!!!!

= There will be a Fellowship of Christian Athletes Meeting on Monday, September 16 in Mrs. Adkins room, 220 after school.

= Bowling Team Announcement: Open Bowling is tomorrow at Cardinal Lanes 4-5:30.

= PT Pageturners will have meeting and book reveal tomorrow in the library.! Please pay $5 dues to receive the book and join in the fun!

= College & Career Week (September 16-20)

*Monday-The Common Application & The Common Black College Application (HBCU)

= Learn how to navigate several college applications & scholarship processes.

*Tuesday-Resume Writing

= Learn basic resume writing tips and skills.

*Wednesday-Budgeting Basics “Money Matters”

= Learn about creating a budget, personal finance and shopping for a bank.

Thursday-Dress for Success

= Wear your Sunday Best. Dress to impress!

Friday-College Day “Rep your university”

= Wear your favorite t-shirt or college gear.

*All meetings held in Tornado Alley YSC Room 100 from 2:30-3:00 pm

= The PTHS Band of Blue began its competitive marching season Saturday, September 7th at the Fifth Annual McCracken County Mustang Music in Motion Competition. The Band of Blue placed 1st in the Class 1A division! The bands next competition will be in the Logan County Festival of Bands in Russellville, KY on Saturday, September 21st.

= The PTHS Band of Blue will be practicing this week in front of the stadium on the parking lot. Please remove your vehicles between the blue lines by the following times this week: Tuesday & Thursday- by 3:30pm, Friday-right after school.

= Balfour will be at PT on Wednesday, September 11th during lunch and again from 4-6. They will be taking orders for class rings and letter jackets.

= Today’s Lunch: Chicken and Waffles, macaroni and cheese, french fries, roll and fresh fruit

= Tomorrow’s Lunch: Walking Tacos, Potato Ole’s, salsa, fresh lettuce and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements

= Thursday, September 11th Army Recruiter during lunch

= Thursday, September 12 4th Period—Senior Meeting RE: Paying for College (KHEAA Rep)—Blue Room

= Thursday, September 12 Murray State University Rep during lunch

= Attention Juniors: Youth Lead Applications are now available. The chamber would like all applications typed this year. All interested students can download an application from www.paducahchamber.org. All completed applications are due to Mrs. Rogers by September 13th.

= Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

= Sept. 10 from 6pm-7:30pm in the Blue Room There will be a Navigating the College, Tech School, and Scholarship Process Workshop for seniors and their parents. All grades are welcome to attend though. Ms. Sievers the senior counselor and the KHEAA Rep will be speaking.

= Monday, Sept. 16 from 5:30pm-7:30pm is the Western KY College Expo in the PTHS Gym. All grades are welcome. Please pre-register to attend on gotocollegefairs.com so you don’t have to waste time filling out information cards. The colleges will scan your registration bar code to upload your info. Then, students can spend more time talking to college reps
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Daily Announcements 09.06.19

Daily Student Announcements
Friday
September 6, 2019


• Volleyball Announcement: There will be no practice today. Congrats to JV and Varsity for their wins over St. Mary last night!

• An Informational meeting for this spring's El Salvador service learning trip will be held for those interested on Monday evening at 6 pm in the library. For more information, please contact Mr. Rich in room 218.

• The PTHS Band of Blue begins its competitive marching season this Saturday, September 7th at the McCracken County Mustang Music in Motion Competition. The Band of Blue is set to take the field at 5:30pm & 8:15pm. The cost of admission is $5.00 if you plan to attend one of the performances. $8.00 if you plan to attend both performances. A great way to come and support YOUR Band of Blue Marching Band in competition!

• Reminder: All applications for PTHS Student Ambassador are due no later than the end of the school day on Monday, September 9th. No exceptions. Turn in folder is in the guidance office.

• PT Pageturners! Meeting and book reveal has been postponed until Wednesday, September 11th.! Please pay $5 dues to receive the book and join in the fun!

• Congrats to Boys’ Soccer for beating Trigg County last night and JV and Varsity Volleyball who beat CCA!

• Balfour will be at PT on Wednesday, September 11th during lunch and again from 4-6. They will be taking orders for class rings and letter jackets.

• Market House Theatre is again looking for Juniors and Seniors interested in sitting on the board as student advisors. Please see the attachment for the necessary requirements and how to apply.

• Pep Club: Dues are $5 and you can pay those to Mrs. McGregor (Room 215) at any time.

• NHS: Current members – Dues are $20 and you can pay those to Mrs. McGregor (Room 215) ASAP. Applicants: Your applications are due, Friday, September 6th. No exceptions.

• ESS has started and will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Any student who has not completed their packets from freshmen and/or sophomore core classes can come to ESS and work on packets with Mrs. Rogers

• Today’s Lunch: Calzones, french fries, corn, garden salad and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements:

• Thursday, September 11th Army Recruiter during lunch
• Thursday, September 12 4th Period—Senior Meeting RE: Paying for College (KHEAA Rep)—Blue Room
• Thursday, September 12 Murray State University Rep during lunch

• All PSAT orders are due this Friday, September 6th. If you are planning to take the PSAT please bring a check for $17 to Mrs. Rogers by the deadline to ensure a test will be ordered for you.

• Attention Juniors: Youth Lead Applications are now available. The chamber would like all applications typed this year. All interested students can download an application from www.paducahchamber.org. All completed applications are due to Mrs. Rogers by September 13th.


• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Sept. 10 from 6pm-7:30pm in the Blue Room There will be a Navigating the College, Tech School, and Scholarship Process Workshop for seniors and their parents. All grades are welcome to attend though. Ms. Sievers the senior counselor and the KHEAA Rep will be speaking.

• Monday, Sept. 16 from 5:30pm-7:30pm is the Western KY College Expo in the PTHS Gym. All grades are welcome. Please pre-register to attend on gotocollegefairs.com so you don’t have to waste time filling out information cards. The colleges will scan your registration bar code to upload your info. Then, students can spend more time talking to college reps

• PTHS Student Ambassador applications are available in the Guidance Office. The deadline to apply is Monday, September 9.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, and students in grades 9-12 are encouraged to apply. Students who have served as Student Ambassadors in the past must reapply each year.
What does a Student Ambassador do? Paducah hosts events that engage young people: Chamber events; UNESCO events; business and civic events; and events that are political, medical, literary, etc in nature. PTHS' student representatives to these events are selected from our Student Ambassador pool.
Questions? Please contact Mrs. Hancock @ sid.hancock@paducah.kyschools.us













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Daily Announcements 09.04.19

Daily Student Announcements
Wednesday
September 4, 2019


• FBLA: There will be a five minute FBLA meeting tomorrow, Thurs 9/5, right after school in 224.

• The PTHS Band of Blue will began its competitive marching season this Saturday, September 7th at the McCracken County Mustang Music in Motion Competition. The Band of Blue is set to take the field at 5:30pm & 8:15pm. The cost of admission is $5.00 if you plan to attend one of the performances. $8.00 if you plan to attend both performances. A great way to come and support YOUR Band of Blue Marching Band in competition!

• Reminder: All applications for PTHS Student Ambassador are due no later than the end of the school day on Monday, September 9th. No exceptions. Turn in folder is in the guidance office.

• PT Pageturners! Remember the meeting on Friday! Our books are here! Please pay $5 dues to receive the books and to be eligible for field trips and fun!

• Congrats to Boys’ Soccer for beating Trigg County last night and JV and Varsity Volleyball who beat CCA!

• Balfour will be at PT on Wednesday, September 11th during lunch and again from 4-6. They will be taking orders for class rings and letter jackets.

• Market House Theatre is again looking for Juniors and Seniors interested in sitting on the board as student advisors. Please see the attachment for the necessary requirements and how to apply.

• Pep Club: Dues are $5 and you can pay those to Mrs. McGregor (Room 215) at any time.

• Students: Don’t forget Mayfield week this week. We encourage you to dress up! The themes are attached.

• NHS: Current members – Dues are $20 and you can pay those to Mrs. McGregor (Room 215) ASAP. Applicants: Your applications are due, Friday, September 6th. No exceptions.

• ESS has started and will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Any student who has not completed their packets from freshmen and/or sophomore core classes can come to ESS and work on packets with Mrs. Rogers

• Today’s Lunch: Wing Day, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, roll and fresh fruit

• Today’s Lunch: Calzones, french fries, corn, garden salad and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements:

• Wednesday, September 4 Bellarmine University Rep during lunch
• Thursday, September 5 Army Recruiter during lunch
• Thursday, September 12 4th Period—Senior Meeting RE: Paying for College (KHEAA Rep)—Blue Room
• Thursday, September 12 Murray State University Rep during lunch

• All PSAT orders are due next Friday, September 6th. If you are planning to take the PSAT please bring a check for $17 to Mrs. Rogers by the deadline to ensure a test will be ordered for you.

• Attention Juniors: Youth Lead Applications are now available. The chamber would like all applications typed this year. All interested students can download an application from www.paducahchamber.org. All completed applications are due to Mrs. Rogers by September 13th.


• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Sept. 10 from 6pm-7:30pm in the Blue Room There will be a Navigating the College, Tech School, and Scholarship Process Workshop for seniors and their parents. All grades are welcome to attend though. Ms. Sievers the senior counselor and the KHEAA Rep will be speaking.

• Monday, Sept. 16 from 5:30pm-7:30pm is the Western KY College Expo in the PTHS Gym. All grades are welcome. Please pre-register to attend on gotocollegefairs.com so you don’t have to waste time filling out information cards. The colleges will scan your registration bar code to upload your info. Then, students can spend more time talking to college reps

• PTHS Student Ambassador applications are available in the Guidance Office. The deadline to apply is Monday, September 9.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, and students in grades 9-12 are encouraged to apply. Students who have served as Student Ambassadors in the past must reapply each year.
What does a Student Ambassador do? Paducah hosts events that engage young people: Chamber events; UNESCO events; business and civic events; and events that are political, medical, literary, etc in nature. PTHS' student representatives to these events are selected from our Student Ambassador pool.
Questions? Please contact Mrs. Hancock @ sid.hancock@paducah.kyschools.us













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Daily Announcements 09.03.19

Daily Student Announcements
Tuesday
September 3, 2019


• Chess team practice starts on Tuesday, September 3rd in Ms. Harvey's room 212. All that played last year, and freshmen that signed up in the Spring are encouraged to attend. All beginners are welcome. Practice will run from 2:30 to 3:30, every Tuesday.

• Reminder: All applications for PTHS Student Ambassador are due no later than the end of the school day on Monday, September 9th. No exceptions. Turn in folder is in the guidance office.

• If you’re interested in joining FBLA, please pay your dues ($15)!

• Balfour will be at PT on Wednesday, September 11th during lunch and again from 4-6. They will be taking orders for class rings and letter jackets.

• Market House Theatre is again looking for Juniors and Seniors interested in sitting on the board as student advisors. Please see the attachment for the necessary requirements and how to apply.

• Pep Club: Dues are $5 and you can pay those to Mrs. McGregor (Room 215) at any time.

• Students: Don’t forget Mayfield week this week. We encourage you to dress up! The themes are attached.

• NHS: Current members – Dues are $20 and you can pay those to Mrs. McGregor (Room 215) ASAP. Applicants: Your applications are due, Friday, September 6th. No exceptions.

• ESS has started and will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Any student who has not completed their packets from freshmen and/or sophomore core classes can come to ESS and work on packets with Mrs. Rogers

• PT Pageturners will meet this Friday, September 6th. Please remember to pay your $5 dues so that you can receive the book and join in the fun!

• Today’s Lunch: Queso Crispito, Potato Ole’s , salsa, corn, fresh fruit

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Wing Day, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, roll and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements:

• All PSAT orders are due next Friday, September 6th. If you are planning to take the PSAT please bring a check for $17 to Mrs. Rogers by the deadline to ensure a test will be ordered for you.

• Attention Juniors: Youth Lead Applications are now available. The chamber would like all applications typed this year. All interested students can download an application from www.paducahchamber.org. All completed applications are due to Mrs. Rogers by September 13th.


• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Sept. 10 from 6pm-7:30pm in the Blue Room There will be a Navigating the College, Tech School, and Scholarship Process Workshop for seniors and their parents. All grades are welcome to attend though. Ms. Sievers the senior counselor and the KHEAA Rep will be speaking.

• Monday, Sept. 16 from 5:30pm-7:30pm is the Western KY College Expo in the PTHS Gym. All grades are welcome. Please pre-register to attend on gotocollegefairs.com so you don’t have to waste time filling out information cards. The colleges will scan your registration bar code to upload your info. Then, students can spend more time talking to college reps

• PTHS Student Ambassador applications are available in the Guidance Office. The deadline to apply is Monday, September 9.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, and students in grades 9-12 are encouraged to apply. Students who have served as Student Ambassadors in the past must reapply each year.
What does a Student Ambassador do? Paducah hosts events that engage young people: Chamber events; UNESCO events; business and civic events; and events that are political, medical, literary, etc in nature. PTHS' student representatives to these events are selected from our Student Ambassador pool.
Questions? Please contact Mrs. Hancock @ sid.hancock@paducah.kyschools.us













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Daily Announcements 08.30.19

Daily Student Announcements
Thursday
August 29, 2019


• Chess team practice starts on Tuesday, September 3rd in Ms. Harvey's room 212. All that played last year, and freshmen that signed up in the Spring are encouraged to attend. All beginners are welcome. Practice will run from 2:30 to 3:30, every Tuesday.

• Balfour will be at PT on Wednesday, September 11th during lunch and again from 4-6. They will be taking orders for class rings and letter jackets.
• Market House Theatre is again looking for Juniors and Seniors interested in sitting on the board as student advisors. Please see the attachment for the necessary requirements and how to apply.
• Volleyball: There will be a home game tonight vs. Calloway. JV starts at 6 pm.

• Pep Club: Dues are $5 and you can pay those to Mrs. McGregor (Room 215) at any time.

• Students: Don’t forget Mayfield week next week. We encourage you to dress up! The themes are attached.

• NHS: Current members – Dues are $20 and you can pay those to Mrs. McGregor (Room 215) ASAP. Applicants: Your applications are due, Friday, September 6th. No exceptions.

• ESS has started and will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Any student who has not completed their packets from freshmen and/or sophomore core classes can come to ESS and work on packets with Mrs. Rogers

• Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) will meet this Thursday, August 29 after school in Room 224. Everyone is welcome to attend

• PT Pageturners will meet next Friday, September 6th. Please remember to pay your $5 dues so that you can receive the book and join in the fun!

• Today’s Lunch: Breakfast Bar, biscuits and gravy, hashbrowns and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements:

• All PSAT orders are due next Friday, September 6th. If you are planning to take the PSAT please bring a check for $17 to Mrs. Rogers by the deadline to ensure a test will be ordered for you.

• Attention Juniors: Youth Lead Applications are now available. The chamber would like all applications typed this year. All interested students can download an application from www.paducahchamber.org. All completed applications are due to Mrs. Rogers by September 13th.


• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Sept. 10 from 6pm-7:30pm in the Blue Room There will be a Navigating the College, Tech School, and Scholarship Process Workshop for seniors and their parents. All grades are welcome to attend though. Ms. Sievers the senior counselor and the KHEAA Rep will be speaking.

• Monday, Sept. 16 from 5:30pm-7:30pm is the Western KY College Expo in the PTHS Gym. All grades are welcome. Please pre-register to attend on gotocollegefairs.com so you don’t have to waste time filling out information cards. The colleges will scan your registration bar code to upload your info. Then, students can spend more time talking to college reps

• PTHS Student Ambassador applications are available in the Guidance Office. The deadline to apply is Monday, September 9.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, and students in grades 9-12 are encouraged to apply. Students who have served as Student Ambassadors in the past must reapply each year.
What does a Student Ambassador do? Paducah hosts events that engage young people: Chamber events; UNESCO events; business and civic events; and events that are political, medical, literary, etc in nature. PTHS' student representatives to these events are selected from our Student Ambassador pool.
Questions? Please contact Mrs. Hancock @ sid.hancock@paducah.kyschools.us













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Daily Announcements 08.28.19

Daily Student Announcements

Wednesday

August 28, 2019

= Market House Theatre is again looking for Juniors and Seniors interested in sitting on the board as student advisors. Please see the attachment for the necessary requirements and how to apply.

= Pep Club: Dues are $5 and you can pay those to Mrs. McGregor (Room 215) at any time.

= Students: Don’t forget Mayfield week next week. We encourage you to dress up! The themes are attached.

= NHS: Current members – Dues are $20 and you can pay those to Mrs. McGregor (Room 215) ASAP. Applicants: Your applications are due, Friday, September 6th. No exceptions.

= Chess team conditioning begins TODAY, August 28 and meets in Ms. Harvey's room. Practice runs from 2:30 to 4:00.

= FCCLA membership forms and dues are due Thursday to Mrs. Workman.

= There will be a B.A.B.E.S. & B2G Informational Meeting on Thursday in the Blue from 2:30-3:00.

= TODAY! Bowling Team: There will be an informational meeting at 2:25 in Mrs. Miller’s room 213 on Wednesday, August 28th!

= ESS has started and will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Any student who has not completed their packets from freshmen and/or sophomore core classes can come to ESS and work on packets with Mrs. Rogers

= Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) will meet this Thursday, August 29 after school in Room 224. Everyone is welcome to attend

= PT Pageturners will meet next Friday, September 6th. Please remember to pay your $5 dues so that you can receive the book and join in the fun!

= Today’s Lunch: Wing Day, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, roll and fresh fruit

= Tomorrow’s Lunch: Breakfast Bar, biscuits and gravy, hashbrowns and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements:

= Attention Juniors: Youth Lead Applications are now available. The chamber would like all applications typed this year. All interested students can download an application from www.paducahchamber.org. All completed applications are due to Mrs. Rogers by September 13th.

= Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs.

Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

= Sept. 10 from 6pm-7:30pm in the Blue Room There will be a Navigating the College, Tech School, and Scholarship Process Workshop for seniors and their parents. All grades are welcome to attend though. Ms. Sievers the senior counselor and the KHEAA Rep will be speaking.

= Monday, Sept. 16 from 5:30pm-7:30pm is the Western KY College Expo in the PTHS Gym. All grades are welcome. Please pre-register to attend on gotocollegefairs.com so you don’t have to waste time filling out information cards. The colleges will scan your registration bar code to upload your info. Then, students can spend more time talking to college reps

= PTHS Student Ambassador applications are available in the Guidance Office. The deadline to apply is Monday, September 9.

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, and students in grades 9-12 are encouraged to apply. Students who have served as Student Ambassadors in the past must reapply each year.

What does a Student Ambassador do? Paducah hosts events that engage young people: Chamber events; UNESCO events; business and civic events; and events that are political, medical, literary, etc in nature. PTHS' student representatives to these events are selected from our Student Ambassador pool.

Questions? Please contact Mrs. Hancock @ sid.hancock@paducah.kyschools.us
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Daily Announcements 08.27.19

Daily Student Announcements
Tuesday
August 27, 2019

• Market House Theatre is again looking for Juniors and Seniors interested in sitting on the board as student advisors. Please see the attachment for the necessary requirements and how to apply.

• FCCLA membership forms and dues are due Thursday to Mrs. Workman.

• Volleyball plays at McCracken tonight. Freshmen start at 5:00 pm.

• There will be a B.A.B.E.S. & B2G Informational Meeting on Thursday in the Blue from 2:30-3:00.

• There will be a brief informational meeting of the KYA (Model Congress) club this afternoon in Mr. Kelley’s room (217). If you want to qualify for financial aid, it is very important to come to this meeting.

• Bowling Team: There will be an informational meeting at 2:25 in Mrs. Miller’s room 213 on Wednesday, August 28th!

• ESS has started and will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Any student who has not completed their packets from freshmen and/or sophomore core classes can come to ESS and work on packets with Mrs. Rogers

• Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) will meet this Thursday, August 29 after school in Room 224. Everyone is welcome to attend

• PT Pageturners will meet next Friday, September 6th. Please remember to pay your $5 dues so that you can receive the book and join in the fun!


• Auditions for PTHS's fall musical, West Side Story, will be Monday, August 26th and Tuesday, August 27th. The sign up sheet and audition materials will be available by the 19th. You do not need to be in choir to audition!! :)

• Today’s Lunch: Questo Cripito, salsa, corn, Potato Ole’s and fresh fruit

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Wing Day, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, roll and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements:

• Attention Juniors: Youth Lead Applications are now available. The chamber would like all applications typed this year. All interested students can download an application from www.paducahchamber.org. All completed applications are due to Mrs. Rogers by September 13th.


• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Sept. 10 from 6pm-7:30pm in the Blue Room There will be a Navigating the College, Tech School, and Scholarship Process Workshop for seniors and their parents. All grades are welcome to attend though. Ms. Sievers the senior counselor and the KHEAA Rep will be speaking.

• Monday, Sept. 16 from 5:30pm-7:30pm is the Western KY College Expo in the PTHS Gym. All grades are welcome. Please pre-register to attend on gotocollegefairs.com so you don’t have to waste time filling out information cards. The colleges will scan your registration bar code to upload your info. Then, students can spend more time talking to college reps

• PTHS Student Ambassador applications are available in the Guidance Office. The deadline to apply is Monday, September 9.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, and students in grades 9-12 are encouraged to apply. Students who have served as Student Ambassadors in the past must reapply each year.
What does a Student Ambassador do? Paducah hosts events that engage young people: Chamber events; UNESCO events; business and civic events; and events that are political, medical, literary, etc in nature. PTHS' student representatives to these events are selected from our Student Ambassador pool.
Questions? Please contact Mrs. Hancock @ sid.hancock@paducah.kyschools.us













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Daily Announcements 08.26.19

Daily Student Announcements

Monday

August 26, 2019

= Market House Theatre is again looking for Juniors and Seniors interested in sitting on the board as student advisors. Please see the attachment for the necessary requirements and how to apply.

= There will be a B.A.B.E.S. & B2G Informational Meeting on Thursday in the Blue from 2:30-3:00.

= Bowling Club: There will be an informational meeting at 2:25 in Mrs. Miller’s room 213 on Wednesday, August 28th!

= ESS has started and will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Any student who has not completed their packets from freshmen and/or sophomore core classes can come to ESS and work on packets with Mrs. Rogers

= Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) will meet thisThursday, August 29 after school in Room 224. Everyone is welcome to attend

= Interact Meeting: Are you interested in Interact? The first meeting will be TODAY, August 26th after school in the library. Interact is a student Rotary club that focuses on volunteering locally and abroad.

= Auditions for PTHS's fall musical, West Side Story, will be Monday, August 26th and Tuesday, August 27th. The sign up sheet and audition materials will be available by the 19th. You do not need to be in choir to audition!! :)

= Congratulations to the PTHS Cross Country team for their strong performance Saturday at the Calloway County Invitational. The boys team placed 3rd overall, with Jake Taylor placing first and Censier Conner placing 6th. Madeline Strenge placed 3rd and Alicia Durfee placed 4th for the girls.

= Today’s Lunch: Mac and Cheese Bowl, veggies with Ranch, cooked carrots and fresh fruit

= Tomorrow’s Lunch: Questo Cripito, salsa, corn, Potato Ole’s and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements:

= Attention Juniors: Youth Lead Applications are now available. The chamber would like all applications typed this year. All interested students can download an application from www.paducahchamber.org. All completed applications are due to Mrs. Rogers by September 13th.

= Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

= Sept. 10 from 6pm-7:30pm in the Blue Room There will be a Navigating the College, Tech School, and Scholarship Process Workshop for seniors and their parents. All grades are welcome to attend though. Ms. Sievers the senior counselor and the KHEAA Rep will be speaking.

= Monday, Sept. 16 from 5:30pm-7:30pm is the Western KY College Expo in the PTHS Gym. All grades are welcome. Please pre-register to attend on gotocollegefairs.com so you don’t have to waste time filling out information cards. The colleges will scan your registration bar code to upload your info. Then, students can spend more time talking to college reps

= PTHS Student Ambassador applications are available in the Guidance Office. The deadline to apply is Monday, September 9.

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, and students in grades 9-12 are encouraged to apply. Students who have served as Student Ambassadors in the past must reapply each year.

What does a Student Ambassador do? Paducah hosts events that engage young people: Chamber events; UNESCO events; business and civic events; and events that are political, medical, literary, etc in nature. PTHS' student representatives to these events are selected from our Student Ambassador pool.

Questions? Please contact Mrs. Hancock @ sid.hancock@paducah.kyschools.us
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Daily Announcements 08.23.19

Daily Student Announcements

Friday

August 23, 2019

= There will be a Quick Pep Club Meeting after school in Mrs. McGregor’s room. Bring any Mr Mayfield Designs and any other ideas you have! Reminder that we play away at McCracken on Saturday at 7 pm. The theme is beach!!!!!

= Bowling Club: There will be an informational meeting at 2:25 in Mrs. Miller’s room 213 on Wednesday, August 28th!

= Good luck to the football team at McCracken County tomorrow night!

= Good luck to the volleyball team in their tournament at Owensboro tonight & tomorrow!

= ESS has started and will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Any student who has not completed their packets from freshmen and/or sophomore core classes can come to ESS and work on packets with Mrs. Rogers

= Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) will meet next Thursday, August 29 after school in Room 224. Everyone is welcome to attend.

= Any student interested in joining Pep Club needs to pay $5 dues to Mrs. McGregor (Room 215) ASAP. Exact change is preferred.

= Interact Meeting: Are you interested in Interact? The first meeting will be Monday, August 26th after school in the library. Interact is a student Rotary club that focuses on volunteering locally and abroad.

= Auditions for PTHS's fall musical, West Side Story, will be Monday, August 26th and Tuesday, August 27th. The sign up sheet and audition materials will be available by the 19th. You do not need to be in choir to audition!! :)

= TODAY! PT Pageturners (Student Book Club) will have an informational meeting with lemonade and cookies on Friday, August 23rd. If you love to read and discuss current young adult literature, this is the club for you! Bring your lunch tray to the library and come on down. Currently seeking more guys for our club!

= Today’s Lunch: Asian Chicken Bowl, ham fried rice, fresh veggie bowl with Ranch and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements:

= Attention Juniors: Youth Lead Applications are now available. The chamber would like all applications typed this year. All interested students can download an application from www.paducahchamber.org. All completed applications are due to Mrs. Rogers by September 13th.

= Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) is Rotary's leadership training program for young people and emphasizes leadership,

citizenship, and personal growth. RYLA is a three-day camp for high school sophomores who show great potential toward leadership, but lack the experience needed to use these skills in their home communities. The dates for this year’s camp are September 26th –September 29th and it will take place at the Wendall Ford Regional Training Center in Greenville, KY. There will be no cost for the students who are participating. If you are interested, see Ms. Sievers for an application. The packet is due Friday, August 23. One or two students are chosen to attend from the applications submitted.

= Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

= Sept. 10 from 6pm-7:30pm in the Blue Room There will be a Navigating the College, Tech School, and Scholarship Process Workshop for seniors and their parents. All grades are welcome to attend though. Ms. Sievers the senior counselor and the KHEAA Rep will be speaking.

= Monday, Sept. 16 from 5:30pm-7:30pm is the Western KY College Expo in the PTHS Gym. All grades are welcome. Please pre-register to attend on gotocollegefairs.com so you don’t have to waste time filling out information cards. The colleges will scan your registration bar code to upload your info. Then, students can spend more time talking to college reps

= PTHS Student Ambassador applications are available in the Guidance Office. The deadline to apply is Monday, September 9.

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, and students in grades 9-12 are encouraged to apply. Students who have served as Student Ambassadors in the past must reapply each year.

What does a Student Ambassador do? Paducah hosts events that engage young people: Chamber events; UNESCO events; business and civic events; and events that are political, medical, literary, etc in nature. PTHS' student representatives to these events are selected from our Student Ambassador pool.

Questions? Please contact Mrs. Hancock @ sid.hancock@paducah.kyschools.us
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Daily Announcements 08.22.19

Daily Student Announcements
Thursday
August 22, 2019

• ESS starts this week (08/20/2019) and will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Any student who has not completed their packets from freshmen and/or sophomore core classes can come to ESS and work on packets with Mrs. Rogers

• Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) will meet next Thursday, August 29 after school in Room 224. Everyone is welcome to attend.

• Any student interested in joining Pep Club needs to pay $5 dues to Mrs. McGregor (Room 215) ASAP. Exact change is preferred.

• Due to a scheduling mixup, the volleyball match scheduled for today has been moved to September 3.


• FCCLA will have its Kickoff/Membership meeting TODAY after school. Students who have taken Family and Consumer Science courses previously, or are currently enrolled in a course with Mrs. Workman, may join. See Mrs. Workman for details!

• Interact Meeting: Are you interested in Interact? The first meeting will be Monday, August 26th after school in the library. Interact is a student Rotary club that focuses on volunteering locally and abroad.

• Speech Team Announcement: New and/or interested students come for an informational meeting Thursday, 8/22 after school in room 102. .

• Auditions for PTHS's fall musical, West Side Story, will be Monday, August 26th and Tuesday, August 27th. The sign up sheet and audition materials will be available by the 19th. You do not need to be in choir to audition!! :)

• PT Pageturners (Student Book Club) will have an informational meeting with lemonade and cookies on Friday, August 23rd. If you love to read and discuss current young adult literature, this is the club for you! Bring your lunch tray to the library and come on down. Currently seeking more guys for our club!

• Today’s Lunch: Calzones, french fries, corn, garden salad and fresh fruit

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Asian Chicken Bowl, ham fried rice, fresh veggie bowl with Ranch and fresh fruit


Guidance Announcements:


• Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) is Rotary's leadership training program for young people and emphasizes leadership, citizenship, and personal growth. RYLA is a three-day camp for high school sophomores who show great potential toward leadership, but lack the experience needed to use these skills in their home communities. The dates for this year’s camp are September 26th –September 29th and it will take place at the Wendall Ford Regional Training Center in Greenville, KY. There will be no cost for the students who are participating. If you are interested, see Ms. Sievers for an application. The packet is due Friday, August 23. One or two students are chosen to attend from the applications submitted.


• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Sept. 10 from 6pm-7:30pm in the Blue Room There will be a Navigating the College, Tech School, and Scholarship Process Workshop for seniors and their parents. All grades are welcome to attend though. Ms. Sievers the senior counselor and the KHEAA Rep will be speaking.

• Monday, Sept. 16 from 5:30pm-7:30pm is the Western KY College Expo in the PTHS Gym. All grades are welcome. Please pre-register to attend on gotocollegefairs.com so you don’t have to waste time filling out information cards. The colleges will scan your registration bar code to upload your info. Then, students can spend more time talking to college reps

• PTHS Student Ambassador applications are available in the Guidance Office. The deadline to apply is Monday, September 9.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, and students in grades 9-12 are encouraged to apply. Students who have served as Student Ambassadors in the past must reapply each year.
What does a Student Ambassador do? Paducah hosts events that engage young people: Chamber events; UNESCO events; business and civic events; and events that are political, medical, literary, etc in nature. PTHS' student representatives to these events are selected from our Student Ambassador pool.
Questions? Please contact Mrs. Hancock @ sid.hancock@paducah.kyschools.us













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Daily Announcements 08.21.19

Daily Student Announcements
Wednesday
August 21, 2019

• ESS starts this week (08/20/2019) and will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Any student who has not completed their packets from freshmen and/or sophomore core classes can come to ESS and work on packets with Mrs. Rogers

• Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) will meet next Thursday, August 29 after school in Room 224. Everyone is welcome to attend.

• The freshmen & J.V. volleyball teams both started their season out with wins last night vs. Christian Fellowship. The next match is tomorrow at home vs. CCA.

• FCCLA will have its Kickoff/Membership meeting on August 22 (Thursday) after school. Students who have taken Family and Consumer Science courses previously, or are currently enrolled in a course with Mrs. Workman, may join. See Mrs. Workman for details!

• Interact Meeting: Are you interested in Interact? The first meeting will be Monday, August 26th after school in the library. Interact is a student Rotary club that focuses on volunteering locally and abroad.

• Speech Team Announcement: New and/or interested students come for an informational meeting Thursday, 8/22 after school in room 102. .

• There will be an NHS meeting (for all existing members) immediately after school, Tuesday, August 20, in Mrs. McGregor’s Room.

• Auditions for PTHS's fall musical, West Side Story, will be Monday, August 26th and Tuesday, August 27th. The sign up sheet and audition materials will be available by the 19th. You do not need to be in choir to audition!! :)

• PT Pageturners (Student Book Club) will have an informational meeting with lemonade and cookies on Friday, August 23rd. If you love to read and discuss current young adult literature, this is the club for you! Bring your lunch tray to the library and come on down. Currently seeking more guys for our club!

• Today’ Lunch: Wing Day, mashed potatoes and gravy, turnip greens, roll and fresh fruit

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Calzones, french fries, corn, garden salad and fresh fruit


Guidance Announcements:

• There will be a U of L representative in the lobby during lunch today (Monday).

• Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) is Rotary's leadership training program for young people and emphasizes leadership, citizenship, and personal growth. RYLA is a three-day camp for high school sophomores who show great potential toward leadership, but lack the experience needed to use these skills in their home communities. The dates for this year’s camp are September 26th –September 29th and it will take place at the Wendall Ford Regional Training Center in Greenville, KY. There will be no cost for the students who are participating. If you are interested, see Ms. Sievers for an application. The packet is due Friday, August 23. One or two students are chosen to attend from the applications submitted.


• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Sept. 10 from 6pm-7:30pm in the Blue Room There will be a Navigating the College, Tech School, and Scholarship Process Workshop for seniors and their parents. All grades are welcome to attend though. Ms. Sievers the senior counselor and the KHEAA Rep will be speaking.

• Monday, Sept. 16 from 5:30pm-7:30pm is the Western KY College Expo in the PTHS Gym. All grades are welcome. Please pre-register to attend on gotocollegefairs.com so you don’t have to waste time filling out information cards. The colleges will scan your registration bar code to upload your info. Then, students can spend more time talking to college reps

• PTHS Student Ambassador applications are available in the Guidance Office. The deadline to apply is Monday, September 9.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, and students in grades 9-12 are encouraged to apply. Students who have served as Student Ambassadors in the past must reapply each year.
What does a Student Ambassador do? Paducah hosts events that engage young people: Chamber events; UNESCO events; business and civic events; and events that are political, medical, literary, etc in nature. PTHS' student representatives to these events are selected from our Student Ambassador pool.
Questions? Please contact Mrs. Hancock @ sid.hancock@paducah.kyschools.us













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Daily Announcements 08.20.19

Daily Student Announcements
Tuesday
August 20,  2019

• FCCLA will have its Kickoff/Membership meeting on August 22 (Thursday) after school. Students who have taken Family and Consumer Science courses previously, or are currently enrolled in a course with Mrs. Workman, may join. See Mrs. Workman for details!

• Interact Meeting: Are you interested in Interact? The first meeting will be Monday, August 26th after school in the library. Interact is a student Rotary club that focuses on volunteering locally and abroad.

• The first volleyball match of the year is today at home vs. Christian Fellowship. The freshmen play at 5:00 & the J.V. & Varsity matches follow in order after that. Come out & support our girls.

• The Kentucky National Guard will be in the lobby by the bus circle entrance during lunch today (Tuesday).

• The PTHS Band of Blue will begin having afternoon practices. Any vehicles parked between the blue lines at the stadium will need to move by 3:30pm for band practice today!

• Speech Team Announcement: New and/or interested students come for an informational meeting Thursday, 8/22 after school in room 102.

• ESS will begin this Tuesday after school and will be held in Room 109 and the Library.

• Library/Lunch Procedures: Beginning Monday, you will be able to leave the cafeteria area to come to the library IF YOU HAVE A PASS. To receive a pass, you need to stop by the library before lunch to pick it up. There will be 10 passes available for 1st and 3rd lunches. First come, first serve. If you don’t eat in the cafeteria or blue room and come straight to the library instead, you will NOT need a pass. The library is CLOSED during 2nd lunch.

• There will be an NHS meeting (for all existing members) immediately after school, Tuesday, August 20, in Mrs. McGregor’s Room.

• Auditions for PTHS's fall musical, West Side Story, will be Monday, August 26th and Tuesday, August 27th. The sign up sheet and audition materials will be available by the 19th. You do not need to be in choir to audition!! :)

• PT Pageturners (Student Book Club) will have an informational meeting with lemonade and cookies on Friday, August 23rd. If you love to read and discuss current young adult literature, this is the club for you! Bring your lunch tray and come on down.

• Today’ Lunch: Big Blue Nacho Bar w/fresh lettuce and salsa, corn and fresh fruit

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Wing Day, mashed potatoes and gravy, turnip greens, roll and fresh fruit


Guidance Announcements:

• There will be a U of L representative in the lobby during lunch today (Monday).

• Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) is Rotary's leadership training program for young people and emphasizes leadership, citizenship, and personal growth. RYLA is a three-day camp for high school sophomores who show great potential toward leadership, but lack the experience needed to use these skills in their home communities. The dates for this year’s camp are September 26th –September 29th and it will take place at the Wendall Ford Regional Training Center in Greenville, KY. There will be no cost for the students who are participating. If you are interested, see Ms. Sievers for an application. The packet is due Friday, August 23. One or two students are chosen to attend from the applications submitted.


• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• Sept. 10 from 6pm-7:30pm in the Blue Room There will be a Navigating the College, Tech School, and Scholarship Process Workshop for seniors and their parents. All grades are welcome to attend though. Ms. Sievers the senior counselor and the KHEAA Rep will be speaking.

• Monday, Sept. 16 from 5:30pm-7:30pm is the Western KY College Expo in the PTHS Gym. All grades are welcome. Please pre-register to attend on gotocollegefairs.com so you don’t have to waste time filling out information cards. The colleges will scan your registration bar code to upload your info. Then, students can spend more time talking to college reps

• PTHS Student Ambassador applications are available in the Guidance Office. The deadline to apply is Monday, September 9.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, and students in grades 9-12 are encouraged to apply. Students who have served as Student Ambassadors in the past must reapply each year.
What does a Student Ambassador do? Paducah hosts events that engage young people: Chamber events; UNESCO events; business and civic events; and events that are political, medical, literary, etc in nature. PTHS' student representatives to these events are selected from our Student Ambassador pool.
Questions? Please contact Mrs. Hancock @ sid.hancock@paducah.kyschools.us













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Daily Announcements 08.19.19

Daily Student Announcements

Monday

August 19, 2019

= PTHS Baseball will have a meeting TONIGHT at 6:30 pm in the Blue Room. Those interested in PT Baseball are welcome to attend.

= FCCLA will have its Kickoff/Membership meeting on August 22 (Thursday) after school. Students who have taken Family and Consumer Science courses previously, or are currently enrolled in a course with Mrs. Workman, may join. See Mrs. Workman for details!

= The PTHS Band of Blue will begin having afternoon practices. Any vehicles parked between the blue lines at the stadium will need to move by 3:30pm for band practice today!

= Speech Team Announcement: Returning speech team members stop by room 102 after school Monday, 8/19. New and/or interested students come for an informational meeting Thursday, 8/22 after school in room 102.

= ESS will begin this Tuesday after school and will be held in Room 109 and the Library.

= Library/Lunch Procedures: Beginning Monday, you will be able to leave the cafeteria area to come to the library IF YOU HAVE A PASS. To receive a pass, you need to stop by the library before lunch to pick it up. There will be 10 passes available for 1st and 3rd lunches. First come, first serve. If you don’t eat in the cafeteria or blue room and come straight to the library instead, you will NOT need a pass. The library is CLOSED during 2nd lunch.

= There will be an NHS meeting (for all existing members) immediately after school, Tuesday, August 20, in Mrs. McGregor’s Room.

= There will be a brief Academic Team Informational Meeting immediately after school on Monday August, 19

= Auditions for PTHS's fall musical, West Side Story, will be Monday, August 26th and Tuesday, August 27th. The sign up sheet and audition materials will be available by the 19th. You do not need to be in choir to audition!! :)

= PT Pageturners (Student Book Club) will have an informational meeting with lemonade and cookies on Friday, August 23rd. If you love to read and discuss current young adult literature, this is the club for you! Bring your lunch tray and come on down.

= Today’ Lunch: Chili Dog, curly fries, garden salad and fresh fruit

= Tomorrow’s Lunch: Big Blue Nacho Bar w/ fresh lettuce and salsa, corn and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements:

= There will be a U of L representative in the lobby during lunch today (Monday).

= Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) is Rotary's leadership training program for young people and emphasizes leadership, citizenship, and personal growth. RYLA is a three-day camp for

high school sophomores who show great potential toward leadership, but lack the experience needed to use these skills in their home communities. The dates for this year’s camp are September 26th –September 29th and it will take place at the Wendall Ford Regional Training Center in Greenville, KY. There will be no cost for the students who are participating. If you are interested, see Ms. Sievers for an application. The packet is due Friday, August 23. One or two students are chosen to attend from the applications submitted.

= Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

= Sept. 10 from 6pm-7:30pm in the Blue Room There will be a Navigating the College, Tech School, and Scholarship Process Workshop for seniors and their parents. All grades are welcome to attend though. Ms. Sievers the senior counselor and the KHEAA Rep will be speaking.

= Monday, Sept. 16 from 5:30pm-7:30pm is the Western KY College Expo in the PTHS Gym. All grades are welcome. Please pre-register to attend on gotocollegefairs.com so you don’t have to waste time filling out information cards. The colleges will scan your registration bar code to upload your info. Then, students can spend more time talking to college reps

= PTHS Student Ambassador applications are available in the Guidance Office. The deadline to apply is Monday, September 9.

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, and students in grades 9-12 are encouraged to apply. Students who have served as Student Ambassadors in the past must reapply each year.

What does a Student Ambassador do? Paducah hosts events that engage young people: Chamber events; UNESCO events; business and civic events; and events that are political, medical, literary, etc in nature. PTHS' student representatives to these events are selected from our Student Ambassador pool.

Questions? Please contact Mrs. Hancock @ sid.hancock@paducah.kyschools.us
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Daily Announcements 08.16.19

Daily Student Announcements
Friday
August 16, 2019

• PTHS Baseball will have a meeting TONIGHT at 6:30 pm in the Blue Room. Those interested in PT Baseball are welcome to attend.

• There will be an Informational Pep Club meeting immediately after school, TODAY, August 15, in Mrs. McGregor’s Room (215) for any students interested. All grades are welcome to attend.

• The PTHS Band of Blue will begin having afternoon practices. Any vehicles parked between the blue lines at the stadium will need to move by 3:30pm for band practice today!

• Speech Team Announcement: Returning speech team members stop by room 102 after school Monday, 8/19. New and/or interested students come for an informational meeting Thursday, 8/22 after school in room 102.

• ESS will begin next Tuesday after school and will be held in Room 109 and the Library.

• Library/Lunch Procedures: Beginning Monday, you will be able to leave the cafeteria area to come to the library IF YOU HAVE A PASS. To receive a pass, you need to stop by the library before lunch to pick it up. There will be 10 passes available for 1st and 3rd lunches. First come, first serve. If you don’t eat in the cafeteria or blue room and come straight to the library instead, you will NOT need a pass. The library is CLOSED during 2nd lunch.

• There will be an NHS meeting (for all existing members) immediately after school, Tuesday, August 20, in Mrs. McGregor’s Room.

• There will be a brief Academic Team Informational Meeting immediately after school on Monday August, 19

• Auditions for PTHS's fall musical, West Side Story, will be Monday, August 26th and Tuesday, August 27th. The sign up sheet and audition materials will be available by the 19th. You do not need to be in choir to audition!! :)

• Students: If you’d like an Athletic Pass, you can get these made at anytime during the school day in the library. The passes are $25 or $15 for Varsity athletes. The passes allow you to attend any home game of any sport.

• PT Pageturners (Student Book Club) will have an informational meeting with lemonade and cookies on Friday, August 23rd. If you love to read and discuss current young adult literature, this is the club for you! Bring your lunch tray and come on down.

• Today’ Lunch: Bosco Sticks with marinara, fresh veggie bowl with Ranch, french fries and fresh fruit

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Breakfast Bar, biscuits with gravy, hashbrowns and fresh fruit


Guidance Announcements:

• Paducah Bank Teen of the Week applications for seniors only are available in the guidance office. Applicants must turn in updated resume, 1-2 letters of recommendation, and statement explaining education and career goals. Please submit to Mrs. Hancock or Ms. Sievers. Applications will be accepted through February 15, but early submission in encouraged.

• The University of Louisville will be here Monday during lunch. This year the colleges will set up in or near the cafeteria during all the lunches. Any student who wants to speak to them just stops by the table!

• Sept. 10 from 6pm-7:30pm in the Blue Room There will be a Navigating the College, Tech School, and Scholarship Process Workshop for seniors and their parents. All grades are welcome to attend though. Ms. Sievers the senior counselor and the KHEAA Rep will be speaking.

• Monday, Sept. 16 from 5:30pm-7:30pm is the Western KY College Expo in the PTHS Gym. All grades are welcome. Please pre-register to attend on gotocollegefairs.com so you don’t have to waste time filling out information cards. The colleges will scan your registration bar code to upload your info. Then, students can spend more time talking to college reps

• PTHS Student Ambassador applications are available in the Guidance Office. The deadline to apply is Monday, September 9.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, and students in grades 9-12 are encouraged to apply. Students who have served as Student Ambassadors in the past must reapply each year.
What does a Student Ambassador do? Paducah hosts events that engage young people: Chamber events; UNESCO events; business and civic events; and events that are political, medical, literary, etc in nature. PTHS' student representatives to these events are selected from our Student Ambassador pool.
Questions? Please contact Mrs. Hancock @ sid.hancock@paducah.kyschools.us













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Daily Announcements 08.15.19

Daily Student Announcements
Thursday
August 15, 2019

• PTHS Baseball will have a meeting TONIGHT at 6:30 pm in the Blue Room. Those interested in PT Baseball are welcome to attend.

• There will be an Informational Pep Club meeting immediately after school, TODAY, August 15, in Mrs. McGregor’s Room (215) for any students interested. All grades are welcome to attend.

• Speech Team Announcement: Returning speech team members stop by room 102 after school Monday, 8/19. New and/or interested students come for an informational meeting Thursday, 8/22 after school in room 102.

• ESS will begin next Tuesday after school and will be held in Room 109 and the Library.

• Library/Lunch Procedures: Beginning Monday, you will be able to leave the cafeteria area to come to the library IF YOU HAVE A PASS. To receive a pass, you need to stop by the library before lunch to pick it up. There will be 10 passes available for 1st and 3rd lunches. First come, first serve. If you don’t eat in the cafeteria or blue room and come straight to the library instead, you will NOT need a pass. The library is CLOSED during 2nd lunch.

• There will be an NHS meeting (for all existing members) immediately after school, Tuesday, August 20, in Mrs. McGregor’s Room.

• There will be a brief Academic Team Informational Meeting immediately after school on Monday August, 19

• Auditions for PTHS's fall musical, West Side Story, will be Monday, August 26th and Tuesday, August 27th. The sign up sheet and audition materials will be available by the 19th. You do not need to be in choir to audition!! :)

• Students: If you’d like an Athletic Pass, you can get these made at anytime during the school day in the library. The passes are $25 or $15 for Varsity athletes. The passes allow you to attend any home game of any sport.

• PT Pageturners (Student Book Club) will have an informational meeting with lemonade and cookies on Friday, August 23rd. If you love to read and discuss current young adult literature, this is the club for you! Bring your lunch tray and come on down.

• Today’ Lunch: Bosco Sticks with marinara, fresh veggie bowl with Ranch, french fries and fresh fruit

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Breakfast Bar, biscuits with gravy, hashbrowns and fresh fruit


Guidance Announcements:


• The deadline to submit a schedule change form is Friday, August 16. Students may pick up forms in guidance before or after school or in between classes. Your first period teacher will deliver a new schedule or a denial form to the student once the change form is processed.

• Sept. 10 from 6pm-7:30pm in the Blue Room There will be a Navigating the College, Tech School, and Scholarship Process Workshop for seniors and their parents. All grades are welcome to attend though. Ms. Sievers the senior counselor and the KHEAA Rep will be speaking.

• Monday, Sept. 16 from 5:30pm-7:30pm is the Western KY College Expo in the PTHS Gym. All grades are welcome. Please pre-register to attend on gotocollegefairs.com so you don’t have to waste time filling out information cards. The colleges will scan your registration bar code to upload your info. Then, students can spend more time talking to college reps

• PTHS Student Ambassador applications are available in the Guidance Office. The deadline to apply is Monday, September 9.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, and students in grades 9-12 are encouraged to apply. Students who have served as Student Ambassadors in the past must reapply each year.
What does a Student Ambassador do? Paducah hosts events that engage young people: Chamber events; UNESCO events; business and civic events; and events that are political, medical, literary, etc in nature. PTHS' student representatives to these events are selected from our Student Ambassador pool.
Questions? Please contact Mrs. Hancock @ sid.hancock@paducah.kyschools.us













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