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Daily Announcements 12.14.18

Daily Student Announcements
Friday
December 14, 2018


• Yearbooks will be on sale during lunch next Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday (12/17-12/19). This is the LAST opportunity to get them for the lowest price of the year. Take advantage of our 20% off deal and get entered to win a $10 gift card if you purchase before Christmas.

• PT Pageturners will meet TODAY during all three lunches.

• Boys and Girls Basketball teams will play St. Mary tonight.

• FCCLA will have their Christmas Party after school Thursday, Dec. 13th in Mrs. Workman’s Room. If you are planning on attending please see Mrs. Workman ASAP.

• Cookies With Santa: Santa and friends will be in the cafeteria tomorrow from 1-4 pm! Do you have young siblings or friends who’d like to see him? For $5, they’ll sit with Santa, have cookies and hot chocolate and make a Christmas ornament for the tree! There will be LOTS of Christmas cheer for everyone! ALL proceeds go directly to help orphans and build a house in El Salvador.


• Need assistance with your FAFSA? Tornado Alley YSC in collaboration with B Dynamic Inc. will be hosting a FREE FAFSA workshop at the McCracken County library. A representative from KHEAA will be on hand to answer questions and assist. Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information. The event will be from 11:00-12:30 p.m. on Saturday, December 15th.


• Community Service Opportunity. Headstart is in need of volunteers. Please stop by Tornado Alley YSC if you are interested.

• Today’s Lunch: Chicken Noodle Soup, 1/s grilled cheese sandwich, veggie medley, salad and fresh fruit


Guidance Announcements:

• Important Guidance Announcement!

The Guidance office needs all schedule change requests completed before Christmas break.  We WILL NOT be making any schedule changes on January 3rd.

Students:  Just because you turn in a request does not mean it will happen.  Several of our classes ESPECIALLY ELECTIVES are full.  You must also have signatures from teachers if you are going into a new class.

If your request is made, the guidance office will call you in and give you a new schedule.  If you do not receive a new schedule, you must follow your old one on January 3rd.

• The next meeting for Post 2501 of Medical Explorers will be this Wednesday in Room 221, at the Paducah Regional Campus of Murray State University, 4430 Sunset Avenue, Paducah KY 42001.

• Upcoming Meetings for Medical Explorers:
Schedule for 2019:

1.       Wednesday, January 16, 2019 – at Baptist Health Paducah’s Barnes Auditorium Located in the Carson-Myre Heart Center
2.       Wednesday, February 13, 2019 – at Baptist Health Paducah’s Barnes Auditorium Located in the Carson-Myre Heart Center
3.       Wednesday, March 13, 2019 – tentatively set for West Kentucky Community and Technical College’s Health Occupations School


• Calling all Kentucky high school students!
We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference.  This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH!  The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.
Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:
• Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)
• Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings
• Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process
• Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend
• Serving in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early June 2019)
Youth who serve on the Conference Planning Team will receive:
• Monthly stipend
• Valuable experience in working with a team, program development, managing logistics, collaboration, and strategic planning
• Peer leadership skills
• Written and verbal communication skills
Contact Tornado Alley YSC for more information.
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Daily Announcements 12.13.18

Daily Student Announcements
Thursday
December 13, 2018


• Yearbooks will be on sale during lunch next Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday (12/17-12/19). This is the LAST opportunity to get them for the lowest price of the year. Take advantage of our 20% off deal and get entered to win a $10 gift card if you purchase before Christmas.

• Congratulations to Lizzie Barnes, Sophia Henney, Kobe Lawrence Mays and Jenna Price for their selection to participate in the Teen Spirit Art Exhibit! The exhibit runs through Sunday at the Yeiser Art Museum.

• PT Pageturners will meet tomorrow during all three lunches.

• FCCLA will have their Christmas Party after school Thursday, Dec. 13th in Mrs. Workman’s Room. If you are planning on attending please see Mrs. Workman ASAP.


• Need assistance with your FAFSA? Tornado Alley YSC in collaboration with B Dynamic Inc. will be hosting a FREE FAFSA workshop at the McCracken County library. A representative from KHEAA will be on hand to answer questions and assist. Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information. The event will be from 11:00-12:30 p.m. on Saturday, December 15th.


• Community Service Opportunity. Headstart is in need of volunteers. Please stop by Tornado Alley YSC if you are interested.

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

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Noodle Soup, 1/s grilled cheese sandwich, veggie medley, salad and fresh fruit


Guidance Announcements:

• Important Guidance Announcement!

The Guidance office needs all schedule change requests completed before Christmas break.  We WILL NOT be making any schedule changes on January 3rd.

Students:  Just because you turn in a request does not mean it will happen.  Several of our classes ESPECIALLY ELECTIVES are full.  You must also have signatures from teachers if you are going into a new class.

If your request is made, the guidance office will call you in and give you a new schedule.  If you do not receive a new schedule, you must follow your old one on January 3rd.

• The next meeting for Post 2501 of Medical Explorers will be this Wednesday in Room 221, at the Paducah Regional Campus of Murray State University, 4430 Sunset Avenue, Paducah KY 42001.

• Upcoming Meetings for Medical Explorers:
Schedule for 2019:

1.       Wednesday, January 16, 2019 – at Baptist Health Paducah’s Barnes Auditorium Located in the Carson-Myre Heart Center
2.       Wednesday, February 13, 2019 – at Baptist Health Paducah’s Barnes Auditorium Located in the Carson-Myre Heart Center
3.       Wednesday, March 13, 2019 – tentatively set for West Kentucky Community and Technical College’s Health Occupations School


• Calling all Kentucky high school students!
We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference.  This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH!  The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.
Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:
• Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)
• Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings
• Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process
• Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend
• Serving in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early June 2019)
Youth who serve on the Conference Planning Team will receive:
• Monthly stipend
• Valuable experience in working with a team, program development, managing logistics, collaboration, and strategic planning
• Peer leadership skills
• Written and verbal communication skills
Contact Tornado Alley YSC for more information.







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Daily Announcements 12.11.18

Daily Student Announcements
Tuesday
December 11, 2018


• Congratulations to the following PTHS Band of Blue member for being selected to participate in the 2019 KMEA All-State Symphonic Band in Louisville, KY on February 6-9, 2019: Jenna Price- 6th chair Trumpet, Grainger Page- 6th chair French Horn

• Congratulations to the following PTHS Band of Blue members for being selected to participate in the 2019 WKU Honor Band Clinic on January 24-26, 2019 at Western Kentucky University. Liberty Guyette, Taliyah Conner, Jenna Price, Grainger Page, Tenzin Vincenti, Joseph Price

• There will be no bowling practice today.

• PT Pageturners will meet this Friday during all three lunches.

• FCCLA will have their Christmas Party after school Thursday, Dec. 13th in Mrs. Workman’s Room. If you are planning on attending please see Mrs. Workman ASAP.

• Don't forget that December 13th, is the final day for the food drive. Bins are in the Blue Room.

• Need assistance with your FAFSA? Tornado Alley YSC in collaboration with B Dynamic Inc. will be hosting a FREE FAFSA workshop at the McCracken County library. A representative from KHEAA will be on hand to answer questions and assist. Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information. The event will be from 11:00-12:30 p.m. on Saturday, December 15th.


• Community Service Opportunity. Headstart is in need of volunteers. Please stop by Tornado Alley YSC if you are interested.

• Today’s Lunch: Corndog, French fries, fresh veggie bowl with ranch and fresh fruit

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Holiday Meal


Guidance Announcements:

• The next meeting for Post 2501 of Medical Explorers will be this Wednesday in Room 221, at the Paducah Regional Campus of Murray State University, 4430 Sunset Avenue, Paducah KY 42001.

• Calling all Kentucky high school students!
We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference.  This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH!  The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.
Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:
• Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)
• Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings
• Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process
• Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend
• Serving in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early June 2019)
Youth who serve on the Conference Planning Team will receive:
• Monthly stipend
• Valuable experience in working with a team, program development, managing logistics, collaboration, and strategic planning
• Peer leadership skills
• Written and verbal communication skills
Contact Tornado Alley YSC for more information.







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Daily Announcements 12.10.18

Daily Student Announcements
Monday
December 10, 2018


• There will be a short National History Day meeting after school TODAY in Mrs. Adkins room.

• Don't forget that December 13th, is the final day for the food drive. Bins are in the Blue Room.

• NHS Service Hour Sheets are available outside Mrs. McGregor’s room.

• Need assistance with your FAFSA? Tornado Alley YSC in collaboration with B Dynamic Inc. will be hosting a FREE FAFSA workshop at the McCracken County library. A representative from KHEAA will be on hand to answer questions and assist. Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information. The event will be from 11:00-12:30 p.m. on Saturday, December 15th.


• Community Service Opportunity. Headstart is in need of volunteers. Please stop by Tornado Alley YSC if you are interested.

Guidance Announcements:

• The next meeting for Post 2501 of Medical Explorers will be this Wednesday in Room 221, at the Paducah Regional Campus of Murray State University, 4430 Sunset Avenue, Paducah KY 42001.

• Calling all Kentucky high school students!
We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference.  This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH!  The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.
Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:
• Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)
• Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings
• Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process
• Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend
• Serving in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early June 2019)
Youth who serve on the Conference Planning Team will receive:
• Monthly stipend
• Valuable experience in working with a team, program development, managing logistics, collaboration, and strategic planning
• Peer leadership skills
• Written and verbal communication skills
Contact Tornado Alley YSC for more information.


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

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Corndog, French fries, fresh veggie bowl with ranch and fresh fruit



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Daily Announcements 12.06.18

Daily Student Announcements

Thursday

December 6, 2018

* Today is the last day for the fall ACT prep. We will begin promptly at 2:35. If you need help see Mrs. Dietrich.

* There will be a short National History Day meeting after school on Monday 12/10 in Mrs. Adkins room.

* Don't forget that December 13th, is the final day for the food drive. Bins are in the Blue Room.

* NHS Service Hour Sheets are available outside Mrs. McGregor’s room.

* The PTHS Instrumental Music Department invites you to a Christmas Concert on TONIGHT, December 6th at 6:30 pm in the PTHS Auditorium. Admission is free! This is a great opportunity to celebrate the holidays!

* Need assistance with your FAFSA? Tornado Alley YSC in collaboration with B Dynamic Inc. will be hosting a FREE FAFSA workshop at the McCracken County library. A representative from KHEAA will be on hand to answer questions and assist. Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information. The event will be from 11:00-12:30 p.m. on Saturday, December 15th.

* Community Service Opportunity. Headstart is in need of volunteers. Please stop by Tornado Alley YSC if you are interested.

* Christmas Angels Needed. If you would like to “adopt” a student for Christmas, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC or call ext 2350. All donations are tax deductible. Thanks in advance

* Annual Food Drive: It is that time of year again where we come together as a school to help those less fortunate in the community, including some of our own students, by collecting canned goods, boxed items etc. The items are placed in the Blue Room and Paducah Power provides the bins to collect the food and they also pick them up. The Bins will be placed in the Blue Room on Monday the 26th and will be collected on Thursday, December 13th. The food collected will be dispersed to area food pantries, many of which are in desperate need.

* Christmas Assistance. If you and your family are in need of clothing or items, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC.

* Calling all Kentucky high school students!

We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference. This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH! The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.

Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:

* Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)

* Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings

* Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process

* Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend

* Serving in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early June 2019)

Youth who serve on the Conference Planning Team will receive:

* Monthly stipend

* Valuable experience in working with a team, program development, managing logistics, collaboration, and strategic planning

* Peer leadership skills

* Written and verbal communication skills

Contact Tornado Alley YSC for more information.

* Today’s Lunch: Chicken Fettucine, Alfredo Penne, salad, veggie medley, breadstick and fruit

* Tomorrow’s Lunch: Homemade chili, garden salad, green beans, fresh fruit and cinnamon roll
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Daily Announcements 12.05.18

 

Daily Studnent Announcements

Wednesday

December 5,2018

 

 

=      NHS Service Hour Sheets  are available outside Mrs. McGregor’s room.

 

=      There will be a short National History Day meeting after school on Monday 12/10 in Mrs. Adkins room. 

 

=      Don't forget that December 13th, is the final day for the food drive.  Bins are in the Blue Room.

 

=      The PTHS Instrumental Music Department invites you to a Christmas Concert on Thursday, December 6th at 6:30 pm in the PTHS Auditorium.  Admission is free! This is a great opportunity to celebrate the holidays!

 

=       Need assistance with your FAFSA? Tornado Alley YSC in collaboration with B Dynamic Inc. will be hosting a FREE FAFSA workshop at the McCracken County library. A representative from KHEAA will be on hand to answer questions and assist.  Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information. The event will be from 11:00-12:30 p.m. on Saturday, December 15th.

 

 

=      Community Service Opportunity. Headstart is in need of volunteers. Please stop by Tornado Alley YSC if you are interested.

 

=      Christmas Angels Needed. If you would like to “adopt” a student for Christmas, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC or call ext 2350. All donations are tax deductible. Thanks in advance

 

=      Annual Food Drive: It is that time of year again where we come together as a school to help those less fortunate in the community, including some of our own students, by collecting canned goods, boxed items etc.  The items are placed in the Blue Room and Paducah Power provides the bins to collect the food and they also pick them up.  The Bins will be placed in the Blue Room on Monday the 26th and will be collected on Thursday, December 13th. The food collected will be dispersed to area food pantries, many of which are in desperate need.

 

=      Christmas Assistance. If you and your family are in need of clothing or items, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC.

 

=      Calling all Kentucky high school students! 

We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference.  This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH!  The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.

Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:

=       Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)

=       Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings

=       Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process

=       Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend

=       Serving in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early June 2019)

Youth who serve on the Conference Planning Team will receive:

=       Monthly stipend

=       Valuable experience in working with a team, program development, managing logistics, collaboration, and strategic planning

=       Peer leadership skills

=       Written and verbal communication skills

Contact Tornado Alley YSC for more information.

 

 

=      Today’s Lunch: Wingday, mashed potatoes and gravy, turnip greens, roll and fresh fruit

 

=      Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Fettucine, Alfredo Penne, salad, veggie medley, breadstick and fruit

 

 

 

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Daily Announcements 12.03.18

Daily Student Announcements
Monday
December 3, 2018


• NHS Service Hour Sheets are available outside Mrs. McGregor’s room.

• The PTHS Instrumental Music Department invites you to a Christmas Concert on Thursday, December 6th at 6:30 pm in the PTHS Auditorium. Admission is free! This is a great opportunity to celebrate the holidays!

• Off-season workouts for football players NOT involved in a winter sport will begin Monday, December 3rd in the field house. Coach Smith


• Mrs. Miller is looking for 6 more females and 4 more males (9th – 11th grades) to be in the Bowling Club. We are training this year in hopes that we will have enough students to have varsity and junior varsity bowling teams next year. We currently do not have enough students. If you are interested, show up tomorrow at Cardinal Lanes around 2:45 and be ready to bowl at 3:00. If you need transportation by bus, please see Mr. Durfee today or tomorrow morning.


• Community Service Opportunity. Headstart is in need of volunteers. Please stop by Tornado Alley YSC if you are interested.

• Christmas Angels Needed. If you would like to “adopt” a student for Christmas, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC or call ext 2350. All donations are tax deductible. Thanks in advance.



• Annual Food Drive: It is that time of year again where we come together as a school to help those less fortunate in the community, including some of our own students, by collecting canned goods, boxed items etc. The items are placed in the Blue Room and Paducah Power provides the bins to collect the food and they also pick them up. The Bins will be placed in the Blue Room on Monday the 26th and will be collected on Thursday, December 13th. The food collected will be dispersed to area food pantries, many of which are in desperate need.

• Christmas Assistance. If you and your family are in need of clothing or items, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC.

• Calling all Kentucky high school students!
We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference.  This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH!  The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.
Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:
• Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)
• Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings
• Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process
• Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend
• Serving in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early June 2019)
Youth who serve on the Conference Planning Team will receive:
• Monthly stipend
• Valuable experience in working with a team, program development, managing logistics, collaboration, and strategic planning
• Peer leadership skills
• Written and verbal communication skills
Contact Tornado Alley YSC for more information.

• Today’s Lunch: Chicken nuggets, French fries, baked beans and fresh fruit

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








Guidance Announcements:








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Daily Announcements 11.30.18

Daily Student Announcements
Friday
November 30, 2018


• NHS Service Hour Sheets are available outside Mrs. McGregor’s room.

• Tonight: The varsity Boys & Girls play Friday at home vs. Carlisle County.

• The PTHS Instrumental Music Department invites you to a Christmas Concert on Thursday, December 6th at 6:30 pm in the PTHS Auditorium. Admission is free! This is a great opportunity to celebrate the holidays! 

• Off-season workouts for football players NOT involved in a winter sport will begin Monday, December 3rd in the field house. Coach Smith


• Mrs. Miller is looking for 6 more females and 4 more males (9th – 11th grades) to be in the Bowling Club. We are training this year in hopes that we will have enough students to have varsity and junior varsity bowling teams next year. We currently do not have enough students. If you are interested, show up tomorrow at Cardinal Lanes around 2:45 and be ready to bowl at 3:00. If you need transportation by bus, please see Mr. Durfee today or tomorrow morning.

• PT Pageturners will meet TODAY during all three lunches Please turn in your books to Mrs. Wyant before Friday.

• Community Service Opportunity. Headstart is in need of volunteers. Please stop by Tornado Alley YSC if you are interested. 

• Christmas Angels Needed. If you would like to “adopt” a student for Christmas, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC or call ext 2350. All donations are tax deductible. Thanks in advance.



• Annual Food Drive: It is that time of year again where we come together as a school to help those less fortunate in the community, including some of our own students, by collecting canned goods, boxed items etc. The items are placed in the Blue Room and Paducah Power provides the bins to collect the food and they also pick them up. The Bins will be placed in the Blue Room on Monday the 26th and will be collected on Thursday, December 13th. The food collected will be dispersed to area food pantries, many of which are in desperate need.

• Christmas Assistance. If you and your family are in need of clothing or items, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC. 

• Calling all Kentucky high school students! 
We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference.  This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH!  The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.
Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:
• Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)
• Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings 
• Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process 
• Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend 
• Serving in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early June 2019) 
Youth who serve on the Conference Planning Team will receive:
• Monthly stipend 
• Valuable experience in working with a team, program development, managing logistics, collaboration, and strategic planning 
• Peer leadership skills 
• Written and verbal communication skills 
Contact Tornado Alley YSC for more information.






Guidance Announcements:


• Seniors interested in applying to Northern Kentucky University: from now through November 30th, the $40 application fee will be automatically waived. So if you've been considering applying to NKU, now is the time! And as a reminder, many seniors qualify for an application fee waiver to other colleges as well. See Guidance before paying application fees to see if you qualify for the waiver.
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Daily Announcements 11.29.18

Daily Student Announcements
Thursday
November 29, 2018


• NHS Service Hour Sheets are available outside Mrs. McGregor’s room

• There will be an FCA meeting TODAY after school in room 220.

• The varsity Boys & Girls play Friday at home vs. Carlisle County.


• Don’t forget the Author Skype Event/Party in the library today from 12:30-2:00 for all those who read House Arrest by KA Holt. You are excused from your classes if you are participating.

• The PTHS Instrumental Music Department invites you to a Christmas Concert on Thursday, December 6th at 6:30 pm in the PTHS Auditorium. Admission is free! This is a great opportunity to celebrate the holidays!

• Off-season workouts for football players NOT involved in a winter sport will begin Monday, December 3rd in the field house. Coach Smith


• Mrs. Miller is looking for 6 more females and 4 more males (9th – 11th grades) to be in the Bowling Club. We are training this year in hopes that we will have enough students to have varsity and junior varsity bowling teams next year. We currently do not have enough students. If you are interested, show up tomorrow at Cardinal Lanes around 2:45 and be ready to bowl at 3:00. If you need transportation by bus, please see Mr. Durfee today or tomorrow morning.

• PT Pageturners will meet TOMORROW during all three lunches Please turn in your books to Mrs. Wyant before Friday.

• Community Service Opportunity. Headstart is in need of volunteers. Please stop by Tornado Alley YSC if you are interested.

• Christmas Angels Needed. If you would like to “adopt” a student for Christmas, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC or call ext 2350. All donations are tax deductible. Thanks in advance.



• Annual Food Drive: It is that time of year again where we come together as a school to help those less fortunate in the community, including some of our own students, by collecting canned goods, boxed items etc. The items are placed in the Blue Room and Paducah Power provides the bins to collect the food and they also pick them up. The Bins will be placed in the Blue Room on Monday the 26th and will be collected on Thursday, December 13th. The food collected will be dispersed to area food pantries, many of which are in desperate need.

Are you in need of assistance for Thanksgiving? Pleasant Grove Baptist Church is hosting its annual FREE THANKSGIVING DINNER on Wednesday, November 21. Stop by between 1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. Everyone is Welcome. The address: 1110 N. 14th Street, Paducah, KY.

• Christmas Assistance. If you and your family are in need of clothing or items, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC.


• There will be an Adult Student Open House at the Murray State Paducah Regional Campus, 4430 Sunset Ave., Thursday, November 29 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Discover your opportunity to finish your bachelor’s or master’s degree!

• Calling all Kentucky high school students!
We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference.  This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH!  The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.
Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:
• Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)
• Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings
• Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process
• Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend
• Serving in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early June 2019)
Youth who serve on the Conference Planning Team will receive:
• Monthly stipend
• Valuable experience in working with a team, program development, managing logistics, collaboration, and strategic planning
• Peer leadership skills
• Written and verbal communication skills
Contact Tornado Alley YSC for more information.






Guidance Announcements:

• Murray state will be visiting PTHS TODAY. Staff will meet with students who have already been admitted in the morning starting at 9:00am to work on scholarship applications. Students must have their myGate login info. Students who need help getting this can call the service desk ahead of time at 270.809.2346 to make things go smoother. Then at 11:00am students wanting to apply to MSU can come see the MSU staff members and they will need a copy of their current transcript and ACT scores. Students who qualify for an application fee waiver will also need to have this from guidance.

• Seniors interested in applying to Northern Kentucky University: from now through November 30th, the $40 application fee will be automatically waived. So if you've been considering applying to NKU, now is the time! And as a reminder, many seniors qualify for an application fee waiver to other colleges as well. See Guidance before paying application fees to see if you qualify for the waiver.








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Daily Announcements 11.26.18

Daily Student Announcements
Monday
November 26, 2018


• There will be a NHS meeting Tuesday 11/27 immediately after school in Mrs. McGregor’s room.

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


• Mrs. Miller is looking for 6 more females and 4 more males (9th – 11th grades) to be in the Bowling Club. We are training this year in hopes that we will have enough students to have varsity and junior varsity bowling teams next year. We currently do not have enough students. If you are interested, show up tomorrow at Cardinal Lanes around 2:45 and be ready to bowl at 3:00. If you need transportation by bus, please see Mr. Durfee today or tomorrow morning.

• PT Pageturners will meet on Friday during all three lunches Please turn in your books to Mrs. Wyant before Friday.

• Community Service Opportunity. Headstart is in need of volunteers. Please stop by Tornado Alley YSC if you are interested.

• Christmas Angels Needed. If you would like to “adopt” a student for Christmas, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC or call ext 2350. All donations are tax deductible. Thanks in advance.



• Annual Food Drive: It is that time of year again where we come together as a school to help those less fortunate in the community, including some of our own students, by collecting canned goods, boxed items etc. The items are placed in the Blue Room and Paducah Power provides the bins to collect the food and they also pick them up. The Bins will be placed in the Blue Room on Monday the 26th and will be collected on Thursday, December 13th. The food collected will be dispersed to area food pantries, many of which are in desperate need.

Are you in need of assistance for Thanksgiving? Pleasant Grove Baptist Church is hosting its annual FREE THANKSGIVING DINNER on Wednesday, November 21. Stop by between 1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. Everyone is Welcome. The address: 1110 N. 14th Street, Paducah, KY.



• Christmas Assistance. If you and your family are in need of clothing or items, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC.


• There will be an Adult Student Open House at the Murray State Paducah Regional Campus, 4430 Sunset Ave., Thursday, November 29 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Discover your opportunity to finish your bachelor’s or master’s degree!

• Calling all Kentucky high school students!
We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference.  This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH!  The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.
Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:
• Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)
• Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings
• Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process
• Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend
• Serving in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early June 2019)
Youth who serve on the Conference Planning Team will receive:
• Monthly stipend
• Valuable experience in working with a team, program development, managing logistics, collaboration, and strategic planning
• Peer leadership skills
• Written and verbal communication skills
Contact Tornado Alley YSC for more information.


• Today’s Lunch: Asian Chicken Bowl, Egg Roll, Veggie Bowl with Ranch and fresh fruit

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



Guidance Announcements:

• Murray state will be visiting PTHS on November 29th. Staff will meet with students who have already been admitted in the morning starting at 9:00am to work on scholarship applications. Students must have their myGate login info. Students who need help getting this can call the service desk ahead of time at 270.809.2346 to make things go smoother. Then at 11:00am students wanting to apply to MSU can come see the MSU staff members and they will need a copy of their current transcript and ACT scores. Students who qualify for an application fee waiver will also need to have this from guidance.

• Seniors interested in applying to Northern Kentucky University: from now through November 30th, the $40 application fee will be automatically waived. So if you've been considering applying to NKU, now is the time! And as a reminder, many seniors qualify for an application fee waiver to other colleges as well. See Guidance before paying application fees to see if you qualify for the waiver.








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Daily Announcements 11.20.18

Daily Student Announcements
Tuesday
November 20, 2018

• ESS is canceled today.

• There will be a NHS meeting Tuesday 11/27 immediately after school in Mrs. McGregor’s room.

• Seniors: The deadline to submit baby pictures to the yearbook staff has been extended to Tuesday, November 20. They may be submitted to Mr. Cardon in room 101. No pictures will be accepted after Tuesday, and there will be NO exceptions.


• Annual Food Drive: It is that time of year again where we come together as a school to help those less fortunate in the community, including some of our own students, by collecting canned goods, boxed items etc. The items are placed in the Blue Room and Paducah Power provides the bins to collect the food and they also pick them up. The Bins will be placed in the Blue Room on Monday the 26th and will be collected on Thursday, December 13th. The food collected will be dispersed to area food pantries, many of which are in desperate need.

Are you in need of assistance for Thanksgiving? Pleasant Grove Baptist Church is hosting its annual FREE THANKSGIVING DINNER on Wednesday, November 21. Stop by between 1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. Everyone is Welcome. The address: 1110 N. 14th Street, Paducah, KY.



• Christmas Assistance. If you and your family are in need of clothing or items, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC.


• There will be an Adult Student Open House at the Murray State Paducah Regional Campus, 4430 Sunset Ave., Thursday, November 29 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Discover your opportunity to finish your bachelor’s or master’s degree!

• Calling all Kentucky high school students!
We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference.  This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH!  The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.
Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:
• Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)
• Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings
• Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process
• Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend
• Serving in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early June 2019)
Youth who serve on the Conference Planning Team will receive:
• Monthly stipend
• Valuable experience in working with a team, program development, managing logistics, collaboration, and strategic planning
• Peer leadership skills
• Written and verbal communication skills
Contact Tornado Alley YSC for more information.


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



Guidance Announcements:

• Murray state will be visiting PTHS on November 29th. Staff will meet with students who have already been admitted in the morning starting at 9:00am to work on scholarship applications. Students must have their myGate login info. Students who need help getting this can call the service desk ahead of time at 270.809.2346 to make things go smoother. Then at 11:00am students wanting to apply to MSU can come see the MSU staff members and they will need a copy of their current transcript and ACT scores. Students who qualify for an application fee waiver will also need to have this from guidance.

• Seniors interested in applying to Northern Kentucky University: from now through November 30th, the $40 application fee will be automatically waived. So if you've been considering applying to NKU, now is the time! And as a reminder, many seniors qualify for an application fee waiver to other colleges as well. See Guidance before paying application fees to see if you qualify for the waiver.








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Daily Announcements 11.19.18

Daily Student Announcements
Monday
November 19, 2018

• ESS will be canceled tomorrow.

• Seniors: The deadline to submit baby pictures to the yearbook staff has been extended to Tuesday, November 20. They may be submitted to Mr. Cardon in room 101. No pictures will be accepted after Tuesday, and there will be NO exceptions.


• Wrestling Announcement: All of those who are interested in wrestling this season must be at practice TODAY, Monday, 11/19 at 2:45 in the Aux Gym for the Fat test. This is a mandatory test for all wrestlers.

• Annual Food Drive: It is that time of year again where we come together as a school to help those less fortunate in the community, including some of our own students, by collecting canned goods, boxed items etc. The items are placed in the Blue Room and Paducah Power provides the bins to collect the food and they also pick them up. The Bins will be placed in the Blue Room on Monday the 26th and will be collected on Thursday, December 13th. The food collected will be dispersed to area food pantries, many of which are in desperate need.

Are you in need of assistance for Thanksgiving? Pleasant Grove Baptist Church is hosting its annual FREE THANKSGIVING DINNER on Wednesday, November 21. Stop by between 1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. Everyone is Welcome. The address: 1110 N. 14th Street, Paducah, KY.

• The Next B.A.B.E.S. & B2G meeting will be on Monday, November 19th at Chuck-E-Cheese. Stop by Tornado Alley YSC to sign up. Cost is $5.00 per student and this includes transportation, food, drinks and game fee.


• Christmas Assistance. If you and your family are in need of clothing or items, please stop by Tornado Alley YSC.


• There will be an Adult Student Open House at the Murray State Paducah Regional Campus, 4430 Sunset Ave., Thursday, November 29 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Discover your opportunity to finish your bachelor’s or master’s degree!

• Calling all Kentucky high school students!
We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference.  This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH!  The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.
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Daily Announcements 11.08.18

Daily Student Announcements
Thursday
November 8, 2018


• There will be an FCCLA Officer meeting November 12 after school in room 125. 

• Senior Superlatives:

Best Celebrity Look-Alike – Eli Workman & Kristioje White
Best Hair – Avery Strayhorn & Nautica Beasley
Most Photogenic – Logen Williams & Sarah Hobbs
Most Likely to Bleed Blue – Xavier Snell & Addie Rogers
Most Likely to be Forever Young – Jackson Brannon & Deja Littleton
Best Dressed – Jmarcus Hill & Mary Kate Via
Most Athletic – Colbe Crim & Valesha Watson
Most Changed Since Freshman Year – Jackson Kelly & Shelby Durham
Most Likely to Brighten Your Day – Mitchell Crouch & Tai Liyah Patterson
Most Talented – Hung Wang & Lizzy Barnes


• Seniors: All baby pictures for the yearbook must be submitted to Mr. Cardon in room 101 by November 16, or they will not be accepted or printed. You must follow the procedures outlined in the envelope you received in your English class. 
• Lunch with the City Manager! On November 16th, 2018 James Arndt, the city manager of Paducah is coming to PTHS. He will be meeting with students during first lunch for a round table discussion and to answer any questions you have. See attachment for more details.

• CHRISTMAS ASSISTANCE: The Salvation Army Assistance Program provides food/toys for families with children ages 0-12 in McCracken Co. who are in NEED of assistance. Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information. 

• There will be an Adult Student Open House at the Murray State Paducah Regional Campus, 4430 Sunset Ave., Thursday, November 29 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Discover your opportunity to finish your bachelor’s or master’s degree! 

• Calling all Kentucky high school students! 
We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference.  This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH!  The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.
Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:
• Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)
• Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings 
• Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process 
• Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend 
• Serving in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early June 2019) 
Youth who serve on the Conference Planning Team will receive:
• Monthly stipend 
• Valuable experience in working with a team, program development, managing logistics, collaboration, and strategic planning 
• Peer leadership skills 
• Written and verbal communication skills 
Contact Tornado Alley YSC for more information.



Guidance Announcements:

• A representative will be at Paducah Tilghman High School on November 9th to answer any questions students may have about the GSA application process. Any interested students need to sign up in guidance with Mrs. Rogers.

• New Announcement: The GSA representative coming to PT on November 9th will also be having a WORKSHOP the day after (Saturday, November 10th) from 9-2 pm at McCracken County High School. Please see attachment for more info.

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

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Spaghetti with meat sauce, garden salad, baked potato, breadstick and fresh fruit






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Daily Announcements 11.07.18

Daily Student Announcements

Wednesday

November 7, 2018

* There will be an FCCLA Officer meeting November 12 after school in room 125.

* Seniors: All baby pictures for the yearbook must be submitted to Mr. Cardon in room 101 by November 16, or they will not be accepted or printed. You must follow the procedures outlined in the envelope you received in your English class.

* Lunch with the City Manager! On November 16th, 2018 James Arndt, the city manager of Paducah is coming to PTHS. He will be meeting with students during first lunch for a round table discussion and to answer any questions you have. See attachment for more details.

* CHRISTMAS ASSISTANCE: The Salvation Army Assistance Program provides food/toys for families with children ages 0-12 in McCracken Co. who are in NEED of assistance. Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information.

* Calling all Kentucky high school students!

We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference. This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH! The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.

Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:

* Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)

* Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings

* Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process

* Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend

* Serving in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early June 2019)

Youth who serve on the Conference Planning Team will receive:

* Monthly stipend

* Valuable experience in working with a team, program development, managing logistics, collaboration, and strategic planning

* Peer leadership skills

* Written and verbal communication skills

Contact Tornado Alley YSC for more information.

Guidance Announcements:

* A representative will be at Paducah Tilghman High School on November 9th to answer any questions students may have about the GSA application process. Any interested students need to sign up in guidance with Mrs. Rogers.

* New Announcement: The GSA representative coming to PT on November 9th will also be having a WORKSHOP the day after (Saturday, November 10th) from 9-2 pm at McCracken County High School. Please see attachment for more info.

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

* Tomorrow’s Lunch: Spaghetti with meat sauce, garden salad, baked potato, breadstick and fresh fruit
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Daily Announcements 11.02.18

Daily Student Announcements
Friday
November 2, 2018


• Potential NHS members: applications are due TODAY.

• There will be an FCCLA Officer meeting November 12 after school in room 125.

• PT Pageturners will meet TODAY, November 2nd during all three lunches.

• Seniors: All baby pictures for the yearbook must be submitted to Mr. Cardon in room 101 by November 16, or they will not be accepted or printed. You must follow the procedures outlined in the envelope you received in your English class.
• Lunch with the City Manager! On November 16th, 2018 James Arndt, the city manager of Paducah is coming to PTHS. He will be meeting with students during first lunch for a round table discussion and to answer any questions you have. See attachment for more details.

• November 2nd will be the PTHS vs Hart County Class 3A Playoffs! 7:30 PM at McRight Field.


• Cross Country will go to State in Lexington, Ky this Saturday, November 3rd.


• Any student who is interested in attending the Educators Rising conference at Murray State on November 5th please see Mr. Snardon or sign up in Tornado Alley. *Educators Rising Conference is a youth conference for students interested in education as a career*


• CHRISTMAS ASSISTANCE: The Salvation Army Assistance Program provides food/toys for families with children ages 0-12 in McCracken Co. who are in NEED of assistance. Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information.


• Calling all Kentucky high school students!
We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference.  This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH!  The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.
Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:
• Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)
• Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings
• Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process
• Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend
• Serving in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early June 2019)
Youth who serve on the Conference Planning Team will receive:
• Monthly stipend
• Valuable experience in working with a team, program development, managing logistics, collaboration, and strategic planning
• Peer leadership skills
• Written and verbal communication skills
Contact Tornado Alley YSC for more information.



Guidance Announcements:

• A representative will be at Paducah Tilghman High School on November 9th to answer any questions students may have about the GSA application process. Any interested students need to sign up in guidance with Mrs. Rogers.

• New Announcement: The GSA representative coming to PT on November 9th will also be having a WORKSHOP the day after (Saturday, November 10th) from 9-2 pm at McCracken County High School. Please see attachment for more info.

• Today’s Lunch: Corn Dogs, French fries, fresh veggie bowl with Ranch, fresh fruit

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Daily Announcements 10.30.18

Daily Student Announcements

Tuesday

October 30, 2018

* Potential NHS members: applications are due Friday, November 2nd.

* PT Pageturners will meet this Friday, November 2nd during all three lunches.

* Lunch with the City Manager! On November 16th, 2018 James Arndt, the city manager of Paducah is coming to PTHS. He will be meeting with students during first lunch for a round table discussion and to answer any questions you have. See attachment for more details.

* Current NHS members: there will be a meeting Thursday, November 1st after school in Mrs. McGregor’s room. The meeting is mandatory for all members to discuss the upcoming initiation ceremony. .

* Any student who is interested in attending the Educators Rising conference at Murray State on November 5th please see Mr. Snardon or sign up in Tornado Alley. *Educators Rising Conference is a youth conference for students interested in education as a career*

* TODAY is the last day to turn in orders for Texas Roadhouse rolls. Orders and money need to be placed in the PTO drop box in the office by the end of the day.

* CHRISTMAS ASSISTANCE: The Salvation Army Assistance Program provides food/toys for families with children ages 0-12 in McCracken Co. who are in NEED of assistance. Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information.

* Calling all Kentucky high school students!

We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference. This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH! The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.

Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:

* Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)

* Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings

* Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process

* Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend

* Serving in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early June 2019)

Youth who serve on the Conference Planning Team will receive:

* Monthly stipend

* Valuable experience in working with a team, program development, managing logistics, collaboration, and strategic planning

* Peer leadership skills

* Written and verbal communication skills

Contact Tornado Alley YSC for more information.

* Today’s Lunch: Walking Tacos, potato Ole’s and fresh fruit

* Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken wings, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, roll and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements:

* A representative will be at Paducah Tilghman High School on November 9th to answer any questions students may have about the GSA application process. Any interested students need to sign up in guidance with Mrs. Rogers.

* New Announcement: The GSA representative coming to PT on November 9th will also be having a WORKSHOP the day after (Saturday, November 10th) from 9-2 pm at McCracken County High School. Please see attachment for more info.
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Daily Announcements 10.29.18

Daily Student Announcements

Monday

October 29, 2018

* Don’t forget to get your Senior pictures made today if you didn’t get them made in the summer.

* Potential NHS members: applications are due Friday, November 2nd.

* PT Pageturners will meet this Friday, November 2nd during all three lunches.

* Congratulations to the football team for their big 12-8 road win at Christian Co. Friday night and for their 8-2 regular season (the best since 2011).

* The girls cross country team are Region 1 Class AA champions!! Addie Rogers was the individual first place finisher. Other medalists included Madelyn Strenge (3rd) and Kate Rogers (6th). For boys competition, Jake Taylor (7th place medalist), Bishop Christ, and Zea Tharpe were individual state qualifiers.

* Congratulations to the PTHS Band of Blue Marching Band for placing 12th at the KMEA State Marching Band 3A Semifinals on Saturday, October 26th in Danville, KY. The band placed 12th, which is the highest placement in the KMEA Marching Band history! The Band of Blue would like to take this time to say THANK YOU all the administrators, faculty, staff and student body

for your support throughout the marching season. It’s greatly appreciated and never went unnoticed!

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* Lunch with the City Manager! On November 16th, 2018 James Arndt, the city manager of Paducah is coming to PTHS. He will be meeting with students during first lunch for a round table discussion and to answer any questions you have. See attachment for more details.

* The library will be closed during lunch TODAY.

* A UK Representative will meet with interested Juniors and Seniors today in the library during lunch.

* Current NHS members: there will be a meeting Thursday, November 1st after school in Mrs. McGregor’s room. The meeting is mandatory for all members to discuss the upcoming initiation ceremony. .

* Any student who is interested in attending the Educators Rising conference at Murray State on November 5th please see Mr. Snardon or sign up in Tornado Alley. *Educators Rising Conference is a youth conference for students interested in education as a career*

* PTSO Fundraiser: Please see attachments for more info.

Dear Parents and Students,

WE NEED YOUR HELP! Paducah Tilghman PTSO is here to serve and support the students and faculty of our school. We cannot do it without your help!

Tilghman PTSO will be having a Fundrasier selling Texas Roadhouse rolls, cinnamon butter, and gift cards. The order form is attached to this email or can be picked up at the front check-in desk. Completed forms, along with the payment, need to be returned to school in an envelope with the student’s name. There will be a dropbox for orders in the the front office. Orders need to be returned by Friday, October 26th. Once we have received the orders, we will send the vouchers, which are needed to pick up the purchased items, home with your student. Items will be available for pick up at Texas Roadhouse from November 7th – November 23rd, Monday – Friday from 10 am – 6 pm.

Thank you for your support!

If you have questions, you may contact Michelle Gordon – michelle.gordon@paducah.kyschools.us

* CHRISTMAS ASSISTANCE: The Salvation Army Assistance Program provides food/toys for families with children ages 0-12 in McCracken Co. who are in NEED of assistance. Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information.

* Calling all Kentucky high school students!

We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference. This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH! The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence

prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.

Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:

* Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)

* Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings

* Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process

* Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend

* Serving in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early June 2019)

Youth who serve on the Conference Planning Team will receive:

* Monthly stipend

* Valuable experience in working with a team, program development, managing logistics, collaboration, and strategic planning

* Peer leadership skills

* Written and verbal communication skills

Contact Tornado Alley YSC for more information.

* Today’s Lunch: Chicken Nuggets, French fries, baked beans and fresh fruit

* Tomorrow’s Lunch: Walking Tacos, potato Ole’s and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements:

* A representative will be at Paducah Tilghman High School on November 9th to answer any questions students may have about the GSA application process. Any interested students need to sign up in guidance with Mrs. Rogers.

* New Announcement: The GSA representative coming to PT on November 9th will also be having a WORKSHOP the day after (Saturday, November 10th) from 9-2 pm at McCracken County High School. Please see attachment for more info.
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Daily Announcements 10.24.18

Daily Student Announcements
Wednesday
October 24, 2018


• Senior photos for the Class of 2019 will be taken during school on Monday, October 29. Those students who did not take photos in July will take their formal photos during English class. Any student wishing to re-take ONLY their yearbook photo must inform Mr. Cardon in room 101 in advance of the photo session. Any student wishing to schedule a full session with Prestige so that he/she may purchase the photos needs to see Mr. Cardon to schedule a session.


• PTHS Band of Blue will be practicing on the parking lot in front of the football stadium. If you are parked between the blue lines, please remove your vehicle by 2:30pm. Thank you in advance!

• There will be a National History Day meeting in room 220 after school on Wednesday, October 24. All interested participants are invited.If you have questions, contact Mrs. Adkins.

• There will be a Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting in room 225 after school on Thursday, October 25. Everyone is welcome.


• Any student who is interested in attending the Educators Rising conference at Murray State on November 5th please see Mr. Snardon or sign up in Tornado Alley. *Educators Rising Conference is a youth conference for students interested in education as a career*


• PTSO Fundraiser: Please see attachments for more info.

Dear Parents and Students,

WE NEED YOUR HELP!  Paducah Tilghman PTSO is here to serve and support the students and faculty of our school.  We cannot do it without your help!  
Tilghman PTSO will be having a Fundrasier selling Texas Roadhouse rolls, cinnamon butter, and gift cards. The order form is attached to this email or can be picked up at the front check-in desk.  Completed forms, along with the payment, need to be returned to school in an envelope with the student’s name.  There will be a dropbox for orders in the the front office. Orders need to be returned by Friday, October 26th. Once we have received the orders, we will send the vouchers, which are needed to pick up the purchased items, home with your student. Items will be available for pick up at Texas Roadhouse from November 7th – November 23rd, Monday – Friday from 10 am – 6 pm.

Thank you for your support!
If you have questions, you may contact Michelle Gordon – michelle.gordon@paducah.kyschools.us


• Girl’s Night Out October 25th! A night filled with FOOD, FUN & FELLOWSHIP! Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information.

• CHRISTMAS ASSISTANCE: The Salvation Army Assistance Program provides food/toys for families with children ages 0-12 in McCracken Co. who are in NEED of assistance. Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information.


• Calling all Kentucky high school students!
We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference.  This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH!  The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.
Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:
• Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)
• Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings
• Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process
• Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend
• Serving in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early June 2019)
Youth who serve on the Conference Planning Team will receive:
• Monthly stipend
• Valuable experience in working with a team, program development, managing logistics, collaboration, and strategic planning
• Peer leadership skills
• Written and verbal communication skills
Contact Tornado Alley YSC for more information.

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

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Bosco sticks with marinara, fresh veggie bowl with Ranch, cheesy broccoli, French fries and fresh fruit



Guidance Announcements:

• A representative will be at Paducah Tilghman High School on November 9th to answer any questions students may have about the GSA application process. Any interested students need to sign up in guidance with Mrs. Rogers.

• New Announcement: The GSA representative coming to PT on November 9th will also be having a WORKSHOP the day after (Saturday, November 10th) from 9-2 pm at McCracken County High School. Please see attachment for more info.






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Daily Announcements 10.23.18

Daily Student Announcements

Tuesday

October 22, 2018

* Senior photos for the Class of 2019 will be taken during school on Monday, October 29. Those students who did not take photos in July will take their formal photos during English class. Any student wishing to re-take ONLY their yearbook photo must inform Mr. Cardon in room 101 in advance of the photo session. Any student wishing to schedule a full session with Prestige so that he/she may purchase the photos needs to see Mr. Cardon to schedule a session.

* PTHS Band of Blue will be practicing on the parking lot in front of the football stadium. If you are parked between the blue lines, please remove your vehicle by 2:30pm. Thank you in advance!

* There will be a National History Day meeting in room 220 after school on Wednesday, October 24. All interested participants are invited.If you have questions, contact Mrs. Adkins.

* There will be a Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting in room 225 after school on Thursday, October 25. Everyone is welcome.

* Any student who is interested in attending the Educators Rising conference at Murray State on November 5th please see Mr. Snardon or sign up in Tornado Alley. *Educators Rising Conference

is a youth conference for students interested in education as a career*

* PTSO Fundraiser: Please see attachments for more info.

Dear Parents and Students,

WE NEED YOUR HELP! Paducah Tilghman PTSO is here to serve and support the students and faculty of our school. We cannot do it without your help!

Tilghman PTSO will be having a Fundrasier selling Texas Roadhouse rolls, cinnamon butter, and gift cards. The order form is attached to this email or can be picked up at the front check-in desk. Completed forms, along with the payment, need to be returned to school in an envelope with the student’s name. There will be a dropbox for orders in the the front office. Orders need to be returned by Friday, October 26th. Once we have received the orders, we will send the vouchers, which are needed to pick up the purchased items, home with your student. Items will be available for pick up at Texas Roadhouse from November 7th – November 23rd, Monday – Friday from 10 am – 6 pm.

Thank you for your support!

If you have questions, you may contact Michelle Gordon – michelle.gordon@paducah.kyschools.us

* Girl’s Night Out October 25th! A night filled with FOOD, FUN & FELLOWSHIP! Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information.

* CHRISTMAS ASSISTANCE: The Salvation Army Assistance Program provides food/toys for families with children ages 0-12 in

McCracken Co. who are in NEED of assistance. Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information.

* Calling all Kentucky high school students!

We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference. This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH! The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.

Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:

* Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)

* Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings

* Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process

* Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend

* Serving in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early June 2019)

Youth who serve on the Conference Planning Team will receive:

* Monthly stipend

* Valuable experience in working with a team, program development, managing logistics, collaboration, and strategic planning

* Peer leadership skills

* Written and verbal communication skills

Contact Tornado Alley YSC for more information.

Guidance Announcements:

* A representative will be at Paducah Tilghman High School on November 9th to answer any questions students may have about the GSA application process. Any interested students need to sign up in guidance with Mrs. Rogers.

* New Announcement: The GSA representative coming to PT on November 9th will also be having a WORKSHOP the day after (Saturday, November 10th) from 9-2 pm at McCracken County High School. Please see attachment for more info.
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Daily Announcements 10.22.18

Daily Student Announcements
Monday
October 22, 2018


• Senior photos for the Class of 2019 will be taken during school on Monday, October 29. Those students who did not take photos in July will take their formal photos during English class. Any student wishing to re-take ONLY their yearbook photo must inform Mr. Cardon in room 101 in advance of the photo session. Any student wishing to schedule a full session with Prestige so that he/she may purchase the photos needs to see Mr. Cardon to schedule a session.

• Congratulations to the PTHS Band of Blue Marching Band for placing in the top 8 at the KMEA 3A West Regional Quarterfinals on Saturday, October 20th in Bowling Green, KY. With the top 8 placement, the Band of Blue Marching Band will be competing in the KMEA State Marching Band Championships on Saturday, October 27th in Lexington, KY!


• PTHS Band of Blue will be practicing on the parking lot in front of the football stadium. If you are parked between the blue lines, please remove your vehicle by 2:30pm. Thank you in advance!


• Paxton Scholarship applications are due to Mrs. Rogers TODAY, October 22nd.

• There will be a National History Day meeting in room 220 after school on Wednesday, October 24. All interested participants are invited.If you have questions, contact Mrs. Adkins.

• There will be a Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting in room 225 after school on Thursday, October 25. Everyone is welcome.


• Any student who is interested in attending the Educators Rising conference at Murray State on November 5th please see Mr. Snardon or sign up in Tornado Alley. *Educators Rising Conference is a youth conference for students interested in education as a career*


• PTSO Fundraiser: Please see attachments for more info.

Dear Parents and Students,

WE NEED YOUR HELP!  Paducah Tilghman PTSO is here to serve and support the students and faculty of our school.  We cannot do it without your help!  
Tilghman PTSO will be having a Fundrasier selling Texas Roadhouse rolls, cinnamon butter, and gift cards. The order form is attached to this email or can be picked up at the front check-in desk.  Completed forms, along with the payment, need to be returned to school in an envelope with the student’s name.  There will be a dropbox for orders in the the front office. Orders need to be returned by Friday, October 26th. Once we have received the orders, we will send the vouchers, which are needed to pick up the purchased items, home with your student. Items will be available for pick up at Texas Roadhouse from November 7th – November 23rd, Monday – Friday from 10 am – 6 pm.

Thank you for your support!
If you have questions, you may contact Michelle Gordon – michelle.gordon@paducah.kyschools.us


• Girl’s Night Out October 25th! A night filled with FOOD, FUN & FELLOWSHIP! Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information.

• CHRISTMAS ASSISTANCE: The Salvation Army Assistance Program provides food/toys for families with children ages 0-12 in McCracken Co. who are in NEED of assistance. Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information.


• Calling all Kentucky high school students!
We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference.  This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH!  The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.
Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:
• Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)
• Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings
• Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process
• Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend
• Serving in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early June 2019)
Youth who serve on the Conference Planning Team will receive:
• Monthly stipend
• Valuable experience in working with a team, program development, managing logistics, collaboration, and strategic planning
• Peer leadership skills
• Written and verbal communication skills
Contact Tornado Alley YSC for more information.



Guidance Announcements:

• The McCracken County Community Career Endowment is seeking applicants for Class IX of the Paxton Scholars Program. Please see attachments for information and application.

• A representative will be at Paducah Tilghman High School on November 9th to answer any questions students may have about the GSA application process. Any interested students need to sign up in guidance with Mrs. Rogers.

• New Announcement: The GSA representative coming to PT on November 9th will also be having a WORKSHOP the day after (Saturday, November 10th) from 9-2 pm at McCracken County High School. Please see attachment for more info.






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Daily Announcements 10.19.18

Daily Student Announcements
Friday
October 19, 2018



• Wrestling practice has started for all those not in a fall sport. It will be from 2:45-4:30 in the Aux Gym.

• Paxton Scholarship applications are due to Mrs. Rogers on Monday, October 22nd.

• There will be a National History Day meeting in room 220 after school on Wednesday, October 24. All interested participants are invited.If you have questions, contact Mrs. Adkins.

• There will be a Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting in room 225 after school on Thursday, October 25. Everyone is welcome.


• Any student who is interested in attending the Educators Rising conference at Murray State on November 5th please see Mr. Snardon or sign up in Tornado Alley. *Educators Rising Conference is a youth conference for students interested in education as a career*

• Mr. Rushing at Paducah Middle is offering a STEM trip to San Francisco June 15-20, 2019. If you’re interested, either students or parents may contact him for the information at: todd.rushing@paducah.kyschools.us or 270-444-5710 ext 3229.

• Girl’s Night Out October 25th! A night filled with FOOD, FUN & FELLOWSHIP! Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information. 

• CHRISTMAS ASSISTANCE: The Salvation Army Assistance Program provides food/toys for families with children ages 0-12 in McCracken Co. who are in NEED of assistance. Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information. 


• Calling all Kentucky high school students! 
We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference.  This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH!  The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.
Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:
• Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)
• Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings 
• Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process 
• Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend 
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Daily Announcements 10.18.18

Daily Student Announcements
Thursday
October 18, 2018


• If you are taking a date to homecoming that doesn’t attend PT, you will need to pick up a permission form available in the Dean’s Office.

• PT Pageturners will meet this Friday, October 19th during all 3 lunches. This is the Friday after we get back from Fall Break.

• Wrestling practice has started for all those not in a fall sport. It will be from 2:45-4:30 in the Aux Gym.

• Paxton Scholarship applications are due to Mrs. Rogers on Monday, October 22nd.

• There will be a National History Day meeting in room 220 after school on Wednesday, October 24. All interested participants are invited.If you have questions, contact Mrs. Adkins.

• There will be a Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting in room 225 after school on Thursday, October 25. Everyone is welcome.


• Any student who is interested in attending the Educators Rising conference at Murray State on November 5th please see Mr. Snardon or sign up in Tornado Alley. *Educators Rising Conference is a youth conference for students interested in education as a career*

• Mr. Rushing at Paducah Middle is offering a STEM trip to San Francisco June 15-20, 2019. If you’re interested, either students or parents may contact him for the information at: todd.rushing@paducah.kyschools.us or 270-444-5710 ext 3229.

• Girl’s Night Out October 25th! A night filled with FOOD, FUN & FELLOWSHIP! Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information.

• CHRISTMAS ASSISTANCE: The Salvation Army Assistance Program provides food/toys for families with children ages 0-12 in McCracken Co. who are in NEED of assistance. Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information.

• TONIGHT! The Tilghman Speech Team would like to invite you to its 2018 Kentucky Congressional Candidates Forum. The forum will give candidates a chance to communicate their positions to the public before November's general election. The event, run entirely by speech teach members, will be open to the general public.

The forum is scheduled for Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria of Paducah Tilghman High School. It's a good chance for citizens to hear directly from Congressional hopefuls and see civically engaged young people in action. Candidates Randy Bridges, Martha Emmons, Danny Carrol, and Julie Tennyson plan to attend.

• Calling all Kentucky high school students!
We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference.  This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH!  The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.
Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:
• Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)
• Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings
• Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process
• Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend
• Serving in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early June 2019)
Youth who serve on the Conference Planning Team will receive:
• Monthly stipend
• Valuable experience in working with a team, program development, managing logistics, collaboration, and strategic planning
• Peer leadership skills
• Written and verbal communication skills
Contact Tornado Alley YSC for more information.



Guidance Announcements:

• The McCracken County Community Career Endowment is seeking applicants for Class IX of the Paxton Scholars Program. Please see attachments for information and application.

• A representative will be at Paducah Tilghman High School on November 9th to answer any questions students may have about the GSA application process. Any interested students need to sign up in guidance with Mrs. Rogers.

• New Announcement: The GSA representative coming to PT on November 9th will also be having a WORKSHOP the day after (Saturday, November 10th) from 9-2 pm at McCracken County High School. Please see attachment for more info.






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Daily Announcements 10.15.18

Daily Student Announcements
Monday
October 15, 2018


• If you are taking a date to homecoming that doesn’t attend PT, you will need to pick up a permission form available in the Dean’s Office.

• PT Pageturners will meet on Friday, October 19th during all 3 lunches. This is the Friday after we get back from Fall Break.

• PTHS Band of Blue will be practicing on the parking lot in front of the football stadium. If you are parked between the blue lines, please remove your vehicle by 2:30pm. Thank you in advance!

• Wrestling practice starts today for all those not in a fall sport. It will be from 2:45-4:30 in the Aux Gym.

• Any student who is interested in attending the Educators Rising conference at Murray State on November 5th please see Mr. Snardon or sign up in Tornado Alley. *Educators Rising Conference is a youth conference for students interested in education as a career*


• *Girls Soccer plays in the 1st Region tournament tonight vs.Marshall County at 5:30 at McCracken County.
*Volleyball plays in the 1st Region tournament tomorrow vs. *Christian Fellowship at their gym at 6:00.
*Boys Soccer plays in the 1st Region tournament tomorrow vs. Marshall County at Marshall at 7:00


• Mr. Rushing at Paducah Middle is offering a STEM trip to San Francisco June 15-20, 2019. If you’re interested, either students or parents may contact him for the information at: todd.rushing@paducah.kyschools.us or 270-444-5710 ext 3229.

• Girl’s Night Out October 25th! A night filled with FOOD, FUN & FELLOWSHIP! Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information.

• CHRISTMAS ASSISTANCE: The Salvation Army Assistance Program provides food/toys for families with children ages 0-12 in McCracken Co. who are in NEED of assistance. Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information.

• The Tilghman Speech Team would like to invite you to its 2018 Kentucky Congressional Candidates Forum. The forum will give candidates a chance to communicate their positions to the public before November's general election. The event, run entirely by speech teach members, will be open to the general public.

The forum is scheduled for Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria of Paducah Tilghman High School. It's a good chance for citizens to hear directly from Congressional hopefuls and see civically engaged young people in action. Candidates Randy Bridges, Martha Emmons, Danny Carrol, and Julie Tennyson plan to attend.

• Calling all Kentucky high school students!
We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference.  This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH!  The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.
Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:
• Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)
• Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings
• Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process
• Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend
• Serving in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early June 2019)
Youth who serve on the Conference Planning Team will receive:
• Monthly stipend
• Valuable experience in working with a team, program development, managing logistics, collaboration, and strategic planning
• Peer leadership skills
• Written and verbal communication skills
Contact Tornado Alley YSC for more information.



Guidance Announcements:

• The McCracken County Community Career Endowment is seeking applicants for Class IX of the Paxton Scholars Program. Please see attachments for information and application.

• A representative will be at Paducah Tilghman High School on November 9th to answer any questions students may have about the GSA application process. Any interested students need to sign up in guidance with Mrs. Rogers.






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Daily Announcements 10.04.18

Daily Student Announcements
Thursday
October 4, 2018


• If you are taking a date to homecoming that doesn’t attend PT, you will need to pick up a permission form available in the Dean’s Office.

• The Pathways staff will be selling yearbooks during all lunches next week, 10/1 to 10/5. Students may pay with cash or a check. The cost is $40. If you wait until after Christmas, the cost will go up by $5.

• Saturday, October 13 is the US Chess Membership tournament at Murray Elementary. All active team members are enrolled and entry paid. Players must arrive by 8:00 AM. Any non-PTHS chess team students that want to play may enter on their own dime by registering at westkychess.com. All those that play will receive their national membership, good for 1 year at nearly every Rated event in the world.

• PT Pageturners will meet on Friday, October 19th during all 3 lunches. This is the Friday after we get back from Fall Break.

• Mr. Rushing at Paducah Middle is offering a STEM trip to San Francisco June 15-20, 2019. If you’re interested, either students or parents may contact him for the information at: todd.rushing@paducah.kyschools.us or 270-444-5710 ext 3229.

• Girl’s Night Out October 25th! A night filled with FOOD, FUN & FELLOWSHIP! Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information.

• CHRISTMAS ASSISTANCE: The Salvation Army Assistance Program provides food/toys for families with children ages 0-12 in McCracken Co. who are in NEED of assistance. Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information.

• Kelly Walden’s ACT Prep Workshop will be held this year during Fall Break (October 9-12th) at Lowes Elementary School. The cost is $300. See attachment for details.

• The Tilghman Speech Team would like to invite you to its 2018 Kentucky Congressional Candidates Forum. The forum will give candidates a chance to communicate their positions to the public before November's general election. The event, run entirely by speech teach members, will be open to the general public.

The forum is scheduled for Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria of Paducah Tilghman High School. It's a good chance for citizens to hear directly from Congressional hopefuls and see civically engaged young people in action. Candidates Randy Bridges, Martha Emmons, Danny Carrol, and Julie Tennyson plan to attend.

• Calling all Kentucky high school students!
We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference.  This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH!  The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.
Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:
• Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)
• Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings
• Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process
• Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend
• Serving in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early June 2019)
Youth who serve on the Conference Planning Team will receive:
• Monthly stipend
• Valuable experience in working with a team, program development, managing logistics, collaboration, and strategic planning
• Peer leadership skills
• Written and verbal communication skills
Contact Tornado Alley YSC for more information.



Guidance Announcements:

• The McCracken County Community Career Endowment is seeking applicants for Class IX of the Paxton Scholars Program. Please see attachments for information and application.

• Students who have signed up to take the PSAT should have received their student guides containing information and a practice test. (American Studies students will receive these on Monday.) Students can also access free online prep using the link below.

https://www.kaptest.com/psat/free/psat-prep-live?utm_source=pc-advisor&utm_medium=offline&utm_term=17332100&utm_content=email&utm_campaign=psat-prep-live

• A representative will be at Paducah Tilghman High School on November 9th to answer any questions students may have about the GSA application process. Any interested students need to sign up in guidance with Mrs. Rogers.






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Daily Announcements 10.02.18

Daily Student Announcements
Tuesday
October 2, 2018



• New NHS meeting for current members is TODAY, October 2nd after school in Mrs. McGregor's room. This will be the last day to turn in your $20 dues to remain in good standing. 

• If you are taking a date to homecoming that doesn’t go to PT, you will need to pick up a permission form available in the Dean’s Office.

• The Pathways staff will be selling yearbooks during all lunches next week, 10/1 to 10/5. Students may pay with cash or a check. The cost is $40. If you wait until after Christmas, the cost will go up by $5. 

• J.V. & Varsity Volleyball both won last night vs. Carlisle County. They play at Ballard Memorial today. The freshmen start at 5:00, then the J.V., then the varsity. 


• Mr. Rushing at Paducah Middle is offering a STEM trip to San Francisco June 15-20, 2019. If you’re interested, either students or parents may contact him for the information at: todd.rushing@paducah.kyschools.us or 270-444-5710 ext 3229.

• Girl’s Night Out October 25th! A night filled with FOOD, FUN & FELLOWSHIP! Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information. 

• CHRISTMAS ASSISTANCE: The Salvation Army Assistance Program provides food/toys for families with children ages 0-12 in McCracken Co. who are in NEED of assistance. Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information. 

• Kelly Walden’s ACT Prep Workshop will be held this year during Fall Break (October 9-12th) at Lowes Elementary School. The cost is $300. See attachment for details. 

• The Tilghman Speech Team would like to invite you to its 2018 Kentucky Congressional Candidates Forum. The forum will give candidates a chance to communicate their positions to the public before November's general election. The event, run entirely by speech teach members, will be open to the general public. 

The forum is scheduled for Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria of Paducah Tilghman High School. It's a good chance for citizens to hear directly from Congressional hopefuls and see civically engaged young people in action. Candidates Randy Bridges, Martha Emmons, Danny Carrol, and Julie Tennyson plan to attend. 

• Calling all Kentucky high school students! 
We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference.  This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH!  The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.
Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:
• Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)
• Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings 
• Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process 
• Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend 
• Serving in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early June 2019) 
Youth who serve on the Conference Planning Team will receive:
• Monthly stipend 
• Valuable experience in working with a team, program development, managing logistics, collaboration, and strategic planning 
• Peer leadership skills 
• Written and verbal communication skills 
Contact Tornado Alley YSC for more information.



Guidance Announcements:

• The McCracken County Community Career Endowment is seeking applicants for Class IX of the Paxton Scholars Program. Please see attachments for information and application. 

• Students who have signed up to take the PSAT should have received their student guides containing information and a practice test. (American Studies students will receive these on Monday.) Students can also access free online prep using the link below.

https://www.kaptest.com/psat/free/psat-prep-live?utm_source=pc-advisor&utm_medium=offline&utm_term=17332100&utm_content=email&utm_campaign=psat-prep-live

• A representative will be at Paducah Tilghman High School on November 9th to answer any questions students may have about the GSA application process. Any interested students need to sign up in guidance with Mrs. Rogers.






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Daily Announcements 10.01.18

Daily Student Announcements
Monday
October 1, 2018


• Girl’s Night Out October 25th! A night filled with FOOD, FUN & FELLOWSHIP! Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information.

• New NHS meeting for current members Tuesday October 2nd after school in Mrs. McGregor's room. This will be the last day to turn in your $20 dues to remain in good standing.

• Volleyball: There will be a game against Carlisle tonight at home. The J.V. starts at 6 and the varsity immediately after. They will play at Ballard Memorial tomorrow.

• The Pathways staff will be selling yearbooks during all lunches next week, 10/1 to 10/5. Students may pay with cash or a check. The cost is $40. If you wait until after Christmas, the cost will go up by $5.

• CHRISTMAS ASSISTANCE: The Salvation Army Assistance Program provides food/toys for families with children ages 0-12 in McCracken Co. who are in NEED of assistance. Stop by Tornado Alley YSC for more information.

• Kelly Walden’s ACT Prep Workshop will be held this year during Fall Break (October 9-12th) at Lowes Elementary School. The cost is $300. See attachment for details.

• The Tilghman Speech Team would like to invite you to its 2018 Kentucky Congressional Candidates Forum. The forum will give candidates a chance to communicate their positions to the public before November's general election. The event, run entirely by speech teach members, will be open to the general public.

The forum is scheduled for Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria of Paducah Tilghman High School. It's a good chance for citizens to hear directly from Congressional hopefuls and see civically engaged young people in action. Candidates Randy Bridges, Martha Emmons, Danny Carrol, and Julie Tennyson plan to attend.

• Calling all Kentucky high school students!
We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference.  This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH!  The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.
Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:
• Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)
• Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings
• Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process
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Daily Announcements 09.28.18

 

Daily Student Announcements

Friday

September 28, 2018

 

=      The September issue of the Tilghman Bell will be available in the lobby and outside room 200 in the T on Friday morning. Be sure to pick up a copy!

=      New NHS meeting for current members Tuesday October 2nd after school in Mrs. McGregor's room. This will be the last day to turn in your $20 dues to remain in good standing. 

=      The Pathways staff will be selling yearbooks during all lunches next week, 10/1 to 10/5. Students may pay with cash or a check. The cost is $40. If you wait until after Christmas, the cost will go up by $5. 

=      Kelly Walden’s ACT Prep Workshop will be held this year during Fall Break (October 9-12th) at Lowes Elementary School. The cost is $300. See attachment for details. 

=      The Tilghman Speech Team would like to invite you to its 2018 Kentucky Congressional Candidates Forum. The forum will give candidates a chance to communicate their positions to the public before November's general election. The event, run entirely by speech teach members, will be open to the general public. 

The forum is scheduled for Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria of Paducah Tilghman High School. It's a good chance for citizens to hear directly from Congressional hopefuls and see civically engaged young people in action. Candidates Randy Bridges, Martha Emmons, Danny Carrol, and Julie Tennyson plan to attend. 

  • Calling all Kentucky high school students! 

We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference.  This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH!  The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.

Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:

  • Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)
  • Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings
  • Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process
  • Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend
  • Serving in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early June 2019)

Youth who serve on the Conference Planning Team will receive:

  • Monthly stipend
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Daily Announcements 09.27.18

Daily Student Announcements

Thursday

September 27, 2018

* Tornado Alley YSC College & Career Activities

2:30-3:00 in Room 100 (Tornado Alley)

Monday: Job application assistance

Tuesday: Guidance Regional College Fair (Gymnasium)

Wednesday: Resume Writing

Thursday: Financial Literacy (Dress for Success Prizes Awarded)

Saturday: Murray State College Visit (September 29th)

* Calling all Kentucky high school students!

We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference. This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH! The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.

Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:

* Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)

* Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings

* Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process

* Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend

* Serving in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early June 2019)

Youth who serve on the Conference Planning Team will receive:

* Monthly stipend

* Valuable experience in working with a team, program development, managing logistics, collaboration, and strategic planning

* Peer leadership skills

* Written and verbal communication skills

Contact Tornado Alley YSC for more information.

* The September issue of the Tilghman Bell will be available in the lobby and outside room 200 in the T on Friday morning. Be sure to pick up a copy!

* Volleyball has their last home match of the season tonight vs. St. Mary. It's Senior Night so come out & support them. The J.V. starts at 6:00 & the varsity after that.

* New NHS meeting for current members Tuesday October 2nd after school in Mrs. McGregor's room. This will be the last day to turn in your $20 dues to remain in good standing.

* The Pathways staff will be selling yearbooks during all lunches next week, 10/1 to 10/5. Students may pay with cash or a check. The cost is $40. If you wait until after Christmas, the cost will go up by $5.

* Kelly Walden’s ACT Prep Workshop will be held this year during Fall Break (October 9-12th) at Lowes Elementary School. The cost is $300. See attachment for details.

* The Tilghman Speech Team would like to invite you to its 2018 Kentucky Congressional Candidates Forum. The forum will give candidates a chance to communicate their positions to the public

before November's general election. The event, run entirely by speech teach members, will be open to the general public.

The forum is scheduled for Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria of Paducah Tilghman High School. It's a good chance for citizens to hear directly from Congressional hopefuls and see civically engaged young people in action. Candidates Randy Bridges, Martha Emmons, Danny Carrol, and Julie Tennyson plan to attend.

* Today’s Lunch: Bosco Sticks with marinara, fresh veggie bowl with ranch, cheesy broccoli, fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements:

* Students who have signed up to take the PSAT should have received their student guides containing information and a practice test. (American Studies students will receive these on Monday.) Students can also access free online prep using the link below.

https://www.kaptest.com/psat/free/psat-prep-live?utm_source=pc-advisor&utm_medium=offline&utm_term=17332100&utm_content=email&utm_campaign=psat-prep-live

* A representative will be at Paducah Tilghman High School on November 9th to answer any questions students may have about the GSA application process. Any interested students need to sign up in guidance with Mrs. Rogers.
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Daily Announcements 09.26.18

Daily Student Announcements

Wednesday

September 26, 2018

* Tornado Alley YSC College & Career Activities

2:30-3:00 in Room 100 (Tornado Alley)

Monday: Job application assistance

Tuesday: Guidance Regional College Fair (Gymnasium)

Wednesday: Resume Writing

Thursday: Financial Literacy (Dress for Success Prizes Awarded)

Saturday: Murray State College Visit (September 29th)

* Calling all Kentucky high school students!

We are looking for social influencers, leaders, change agents, positive personas, advocates, allies, activists, compassionate critics, bosses, creatives, dreamers, and doers to plan the inaugural Kentucky Youth Leadership Conference. This unique conference will take place during summer 2019 and will be created, planned, driven, and directed by YOUTH! The conference will focus on leadership development, sexual violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, cultivating positive mental health, community activism, and more.

Youth who join the Conference Planning Team will be responsible for:

* Attending bi-monthly meetings via video conference (October 2018-May 2019)

* Completing individual tasks outside of scheduled meetings

* Serving as an active participant in the conference planning process

* Spreading the word about the conference in local high schools and encouraging peers to apply and attend

* Serving in a leadership role at the conference itself (tentatively scheduled for early June 2019)

Youth who serve on the Conference Planning Team will receive:

* Monthly stipend

* Valuable experience in working with a team, program development, managing logistics, collaboration, and strategic planning

* Peer leadership skills

* Written and verbal communication skills

Contact Tornado Alley YSC for more information.

* NHS membership fees are $20 and are due by October 1st.

* The first Informational Drama Club Meeting will meet TODAY, the 26th after school in the Drama Room. It will only last about 15 minutes.

* The Pathways staff will be selling yearbooks during all lunches next week, 10/1 to 10/5. Students may pay with cash or a check. The cost is $40. If you wait until after Christmas, the cost will go up by $5.

* Kelly Walden’s ACT Prep Workshop will be held this year during Fall Break (October 9-12th) at Lowes Elementary School. The cost is $300. See attachment for details.

* The Tilghman Speech Team would like to invite you to its 2018 Kentucky Congressional Candidates Forum. The forum will give candidates a chance to communicate their positions to the public before November's general election. The event, run entirely by speech teach members, will be open to the general public.

The forum is scheduled for Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria of Paducah Tilghman High School. It's a good chance for citizens to hear directly from Congressional hopefuls and see civically engaged young people in action. Candidates

Randy Bridges, Martha Emmons, Danny Carrol, and Julie Tennyson plan to attend.

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

* Tomorrow’s Lunch: Bosco Sticks with marinara, fresh veggie bowl with ranch, cheesy broccoli, fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements:

* Students who have signed up to take the PSAT should have received their student guides containing information and a practice test. (American Studies students will receive these on Monday.) Students can also access free online prep using the link below.

https://www.kaptest.com/psat/free/psat-prep-live?utm_source=pc-advisor&utm_medium=offline&utm_term=17332100&utm_content=email&utm_campaign=psat-prep-live

* A representative will be at Paducah Tilghman High School on November 9th to answer any questions students may have about the GSA application process. Any interested students need to sign up in guidance with Mrs. Rogers.

* Students interested in joining Medical Explorers need to attend a meeting Thursday night September 20th from 6-7:30pm in the

Carson-Myre Heart Center Auditorium. Food and Refreshments will be provided.
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Daily Announcements 09.25.18

Daily Student Announcements

Tuesday

September 25, 2018

* Tornado Alley YSC College & Career Activities

2:30-3:00 in Room 100 (Tornado Alley)

Monday: Job application assistance

Tuesday: Guidance Regional College Fair (Gymnasium)

Wednesday: Resume Writing

Thursday: Financial Literacy (Dress for Success Prizes Awarded)

Saturday: Murray State College Visit (September 29th)

* NHS membership fees are $20 and are due by October 1st.

* The first Informational Drama Club Meeting will be this Wednesday, the 26th after school in the Drama Room. It will only last about 15 minutes.

* The West Kentucky Regional College Expo will be TONIGHT,

September 25th from 5:30-7:30 in the PT Gymnasium. Please see attachment for more information.

* Kelly Walden’s ACT Prep Workshop will be held this year during Fall Break (October 9-12th) at Lowes Elementary School. The cost is $300. See attachment for details.

* The Tilghman Speech Team would like to invite you to its 2018 Kentucky Congressional Candidates Forum. The forum will give candidates a chance to communicate their positions to the public

before November's general election. The event, run entirely by speech teach members, will be open to the general public.

The forum is scheduled for Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria of Paducah Tilghman High School. It's a good chance for citizens to hear directly from Congressional hopefuls and see civically engaged young people in action. Candidates Randy Bridges, Martha Emmons, Danny Carrol, and Julie Tennyson plan to attend.

* Today’s Lunch: Big Blue Nacho Bar and fresh fruit

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

Guidance Announcements:

* A representative will be at Paducah Tilghman High School on November 9th to answer any questions students may have about the GSA application process. Any interested students need to sign up in guidance with Mrs. Rogers.

* Students interested in joining Medical Explorers need to attend a meeting Thursday night September 20th from 6-7:30pm in the Carson-Myre Heart Center Auditorium. Food and Refreshments will be provided.

* TONIGHT: September 25th College Expo (see attachment)
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Daily Announcements 09.24.18

Daily Student Announcements
Monday
September 24, 2018


• NHS membership fees are $20 and are due by October 1st.

• The first Informational Drama Club Meeting will be this Wednesday, the 26th after school in the Drama Room. It will only last about 15 minutes.

• The West Kentucky Regional College Expo will be Tuesday,
September 25th from 5:30-7:30 in the PT Gymnasium.  Please see attachment for more information.

• Kelly Walden’s ACT Prep Workshop will be held this year during Fall Break (October 9-12th) at Lowes Elementary School. The cost is $300. See attachment for details.

• The Tilghman Speech Team would like to invite you to its 2018 Kentucky Congressional Candidates Forum. The forum will give candidates a chance to communicate their positions to the public before November's general election. The event, run entirely by speech teach members, will be open to the general public.

The forum is scheduled for Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria of Paducah Tilghman High School. It's a good chance for citizens to hear directly from Congressional hopefuls and see civically engaged young people in action. Candidates Randy Bridges, Martha Emmons, Danny Carrol, and Julie Tennyson plan to attend.


• Today’s Lunch: BBQ Chicken Wrap, baked potato, coleslaw and fresh fruit

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Big Blue Nacho Bar and fresh fruit



Guidance Announcements:

• A representative will be at Paducah Tilghman High School on November 9th to answer any questions students may have about the GSA application process. Any interested students need to sign up in guidance with Mrs. Rogers.

• Students interested in joining Medical Explorers need to attend a meeting Thursday night September 20th from 6-7:30pm in the Carson-Myre Heart Center Auditorium. Food and Refreshments will be provided.

• September 25th College Expo (see attachment)

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Daily Announcements 09.21.18

Daily Student Announcements
Friday
September 21, 2018


• NHS membership fees are $20 and are due by October 1st.


• Freshmen and JV Volleyball beat McCracken yesterday!

• PT Pageturners will meet today, September 21st. Books will be in and distributed.

• The first Informational Drama Club Meeting will be next Wednesday after school in the Drama Room. It will only last about 15 minutes.

• The West Kentucky Regional College Expo will be Tuesday,
September 25th from 5:30-7:30 in the PT Gymnasium.  Please see attachment for more information.

• Library News: We are excited to announce that we are working together with the McCracken County Public Library to make sure our Paducah City students have greater access to books! Looking for a title that the PT library doesn’t have? Mrs. Wyant will put it on hold for you at the public library and you will get it at Tilghman that Thursday. Check outs and drop offs will be a breeze. Just drop your book off at the PT library when you are done and she’ll get it back to the public library for you. This is a game changer for us! Stop by the library with requests or questions.


• Kelly Walden’s ACT Prep Workshop will be held this year during Fall Break (October 9-12th) at Lowes Elementary School. The cost is $300. See attachment for details. 
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Daily Announcements 09.19.18

Daily Student Announcements
Wednesday
September 19, 2018


• NHS membership fees are $20 and are due by October 1st. 


• FBLA Meeting: There will be an FBLA meeting TODAY, 9/18 in room 224 for all paid members to discuss upcoming field trips. It is not too late to join; bring in your $15 dues before school to one of the business teachers.

• There will be a Fellowship of Athletes Christian meeting Thursday 9/20 in Mrs. Adkins room, 220, after school.

• There will be No bowling meeting today. If interested in the bowling club, pick up a sheet outside room 213. First practice is Tuesday at Cardinal Lanes.

• The J.V. football team won 28-22 at McCracken County on Monday night.

• J.V. & varsity volleyball both won at Calloway County last night. The varsity is now 11-2. All 3 (freshmen, J.V. & varsity) play McCracken at home tomorrow night so come out & support them.

• Boys varsity soccer beat the top ranked team in Region 2, Trigg County, 2-1 last night.



• PT Pageturners will meet during all three lunches on Friday, September 21st. Books will be in and distributed.

• Wrestling Conditioning continues: Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:45-3:45 in the Aux Gym.
This is for all those who are not in a fall sport.

• Library News: We are excited to announce that we are working together with the McCracken County Public Library to make sure our Paducah City students have greater access to books! Looking for a title that the PT library doesn’t have? Mrs. Wyant will put it on hold for you at the public library and you will get it at Tilghman that Thursday. Check outs and drop offs will be a breeze. Just drop your book off at the PT library when you are done and she’ll get it back to the public library for you. This is a game changer for us! Stop by the library with requests or questions.


• Kelly Walden’s ACT Prep Workshop will be held this year during Fall Break (October 9-12th) at Lowes Elementary School. The cost is $300. See attachment for details. 


• The Tilghman Speech Team would like to invite you to its 2018 Kentucky Congressional Candidates Forum. The forum will give candidates a chance to communicate their positions to the public before November's general election. The event, run entirely by speech teach members, will be open to the general public. 

The forum is scheduled for Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria of Paducah Tilghman High School. It's a good chance for citizens to hear directly from Congressional hopefuls and see civically engaged young people in action. Candidates Randy Bridges, Martha Emmons, Danny Carrol, and Julie Tennyson plan to attend. 


• Today’s Lunch: Chicken and Waffles, French fries, garden salad and fresh fruit

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo with Penne pasta, garden salad, steamed veggies, bread stick and fresh fruit



Guidance Announcements:

• A representative will be at Paducah Tilghman High School on November 9th to answer any questions students may have about the GSA application process. Any interested students need to sign up in guidance with Mrs. Rogers.

• Students interested in joining Medical Explorers need to attend a meeting Thursday night September 20th from 6-7:30pm in the Carson-Myre Heart Center Auditorium. Food and Refreshments will be provided.

• September 19th: Back to School Night 6pm

• September 19th: Informational GSP Meeting for interested parents and students. 5:30pm in the library right before Back to School Night.

• September 25th College Expo (More info to come)




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Daily Announcements 09.18.18

Daily Student Announcements
Tuesday
September 18, 2018


• NHS membership fees are $20 and are due by October 1st.


• FBLA Meeting: There will be an FBLA meeting TODAY, 9/18 in room 224 for all paid members to discuss upcoming field trips. It is not too late to join; bring in your $15 dues before school to one of the business teachers.

• There will be a Fellowship of Athletes Christian meeting Thursday 9/20 in Mrs. Adkins room, 220, after school.

• There will be a Bowling Club Informational meeting in Mrs Miller’s room 213 Wednesday at 2:25 for any student interested.


• PT Pageturners will meet during all three lunches on Friday, September 21st. Books will be in and distributed.

• Wrestling Conditioning continues: Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:45-3:45 in the Aux Gym.
This is for all those who are not in a fall sport.

• Library News: We are excited to announce that we are working together with the McCracken County Public Library to make sure our Paducah City students have greater access to books! Looking for a title that the PT library doesn’t have? Mrs. Wyant will put it on hold for you at the public library and you will get it at Tilghman that Thursday. Check outs and drop offs will be a breeze. Just drop your book off at the PT library when you are done and she’ll get it back to the public library for you. This is a game changer for us! Stop by the library with requests or questions.

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Daily Announcements 09.13.18

Daily Student Announcements
Thursday
September 13, 2018


• NHS membership fees are $20 and are due by October 1st.

• FBLA Meeting: There will be an FBLA meeting Tuesday, 9/18 in room 224 for all paid members to discuss upcoming field trips. It is not too late to join; bring in your $15 dues before school to one of the business teachers.

• PT Pageturners will meet during all three lunches on Friday, September 21st. Books will be in and distributed.

• Interact Members: TONIGHT at 6 pm in the library, there will be an informational meeting about March service trip to El Salvador. Please attend if you are interested in this trip.

• Interact Club Meeting: There will be an Interact Meeting on Monday, September 21st in the library after school. Please make sure your $5 dues are paid if you haven’t already done so. There will be several volunteer opportunities.

• Volleyball will play CCA today at home.

• Picture Day for underclassmen will be TOMORROW, September 14. All photos will be taken in English classes, and students are asked to bring their order forms and payment on the picture day or to order in advance by following the instructions on the attached flier.


• The Tilghman Speech Team would like to invite you to its 2018 Kentucky Congressional Candidates Forum. The forum will give candidates a chance to communicate their positions to the public before November's general election. The event, run entirely by speech teach members, will be open to the general public.

The forum is scheduled for Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria of Paducah Tilghman High School. It's a good chance for citizens to hear directly from Congressional hopefuls and see civically engaged young people in action. Candidates Randy Bridges, Martha Emmons, Danny Carrol, and Julie Tennyson plan to attend.


• Today’s Lunch: Spaghetti with meat sauce, garden salad, lima beans, bread stick and fresh fruit

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



Guidance Announcements:

• September 19th: Back to School Night 6pm

• September 19th: Informational GSP Meeting for interested parents and students. 5:30pm in the library right before Back to School Night.

• September 25th College Expo (More info to come)

• October 24th: PSAT. Sign up in Guidance no later than September 11th. Cost is $16.

• Applications for the PTHS Student Ambassador program are available in the guidance office. Students from all grades are invited to apply. Application requires two teacher signatures.


Who Should Take the PSAT and Why Should I Take It??


The PSAT is a two-hour test given once a year in October. Many students take the PSAT, not only as preparation for the SAT taken in senior year and widely used as a major criterion for college admissions, but also to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship Competition.

As with the SAT, the PSAT has separate math and verbal sections and a third section testing English grammar. Each subject is scored on a scale of 20 to 80 and these scores are combined to create the National Merit Scholarship selection index.

Almost all students take the PSAT during their junior year, but many students take the PSAT when they are sophomores to get the feel of the test. However, it is only the scores from the PSAT taken in your junior year that are considered for the National Merit Scholarship competition.

This scholarship competition awards approximately 8,200 scholarships annually. The selection process starts with the choosing of National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalists and Commended Scholars. Cutoffs vary from state to state but typically Semi-Finalists score in the top one percent of students in their state and Commended Scholars between the top one to four percent. Most of the approximately 16,000 Semi-Finalists become Finalists, and half of those ultimately receive National Merit Scholarships.

The most common reasons for taking the PSAT/NMSQT are:
• To receive feedback on your strengths and weaknesses on skills necessary for college study. You can then focus your preparation on those areas that could most benefit from additional study or practice.
• To see how your performance on an admissions test might compare with that of others applying to college.
• To enter the competition for scholarships from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (grade 11).
• To help prepare for the SAT. You can become familiar with the kinds of questions and the exact directions you will see on the SAT.
• To receive information from colleges when you check "yes" to Student Search Service.
My College QuickStart
All students who take the PSAT/NMSQT receive access to My College QuickStart - an easy-to-use, online, personalized college and career planning kit. This useful tool incorporates the responses that you provided when you took the test.

Your information is presented in four main parts:


• My Online Score Report - an enhanced score report that allows you to review each test question, your answer, and the correct answer with answer explanations.
• My SAT Study Plan - a customized SAT study plan based on your PSAT/NMSQT test performance, highlighting skills for review and practice.
• My College Matches - a starter list of colleges based on your state and indicated choice of major.
• My Major and Career Matches - major and career matches that are compatible with your general interests and personality type.
My College QuickStart is available using the access code printed on your score report, and it can be utilized throughout high school. Score reports are distributed by your school after December.

For information on the PSAT and the National Merit Scholarship Competition consult your high school guidance counselor. For additional information about the PSAT, as well as the SAT, visitwww.collegeboard.com.





The PSAT/NMSQT:
Sharpen Your Pencils and Your Skills
How to get ready for test day:
1. Ask your school counselor when your class will take the PSAT/NMSQT.
2. Get a list of what to bring on test day and what to leave at home.
3. Take a practice test to see what the tests are like and get a personalized skills workout. Click for free practice.
4. Decide if you want to opt in to Student Search Service®.
PSAT/NMSQT
• Who: 11th and 10th graders
• Where: At school
• When: Wednesday, October 24.
• Scholarships: Used by scholarship programs, including the National Merit® Scholarship Program, to look for eligible students.
Fees
The 2018-19 tests cost schools $16 for each student.  Please make checks payable to PTHS and write PSAT on the memo line.  Students unable to pay the $16 need to see Mrs. Rogers.  Students need to sign up and pay for the exam in the guidance office no later than September 11, 2018.
https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/psat-nmsqt-psat-10/taking-the-tests



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Daily Announcements 09.10.18

Daily Student Announcements
Monday
September 10, 2018


• Informational meeting for B.A.B.E.S. & B2G will be held TODAY, September 6th in the Blue Room from 2:30-3:00. Any student interested in learning more about the two mentoring groups are welcome to attend. Refreshments will be served.


• TONIGHT: PTSO will have an Informational Meeting in the PT Library at 6 pm on Monday, September 10th.

• Volleyball plays at Murray today, at home vs. Mayfield tomorrow, & at home vs. CCA on Thursday.


• Picture Day for underclassmen will be Friday, September 14. All photos will be taken in English classes, and students are asked to bring their order forms and payment on the picture day or to order in advance by following the instructions on the attached flier.


• The Tilghman Speech Team would like to invite you to its 2018 Kentucky Congressional Candidates Forum. The forum will give candidates a chance to communicate their positions to the public before November's general election. The event, run entirely by speech teach members, will be open to the general public.

The forum is scheduled for Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria of Paducah Tilghman High School. It's a good chance for citizens to hear directly from Congressional hopefuls and see civically engaged young people in action. Candidates Randy Bridges, Martha Emmons, Danny Carrol, and Julie Tennyson plan to attend.


• ESS has begun in Rooms 111 and 109. Students will need to sign up to attend ESS again this year. They will need to sign up by 2 pm on the day they plan to attend (by 12 noon if they would like an after-school snack). Students must report to ESS by 2:35 pm.

Instead of signing up in the guidance office, students need to sign up online at the following link:

                                           http://signup.com/go/GhsPdNX

• Today’’s Lunch: Popcorn Chicken Basket, French fries, baked beans and fresh fruit

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



Guidance Announcements:

• September 19th: Back to School Night 6pm

• September 19th: Informational GSP Meeting for interested parents and students. 5:30pm in the library right before Back to School Night.

• September 25th College Expo (More info to come)

• October 24th: PSAT. Sign up in Guidance no later than September 11th. Cost is $16.

• A.I.M.S.: Any student who received an A.I.M.S. application must either mail or return their application to Mr. Snardon by August 31st

• Applications for the PTHS Student Ambassador program are available in the guidance office. Students from all grades are invited to apply. Application requires two teacher signatures.


Who Should Take the PSAT and Why Should I Take It??


The PSAT is a two-hour test given once a year in October. Many students take the PSAT, not only as preparation for the SAT taken in senior year and widely used as a major criterion for college admissions, but also to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship Competition.

As with the SAT, the PSAT has separate math and verbal sections and a third section testing English grammar. Each subject is scored on a scale of 20 to 80 and these scores are combined to create the National Merit Scholarship selection index.

Almost all students take the PSAT during their junior year, but many students take the PSAT when they are sophomores to get the feel of the test. However, it is only the scores from the PSAT taken in your junior year that are considered for the National Merit Scholarship competition.

This scholarship competition awards approximately 8,200 scholarships annually. The selection process starts with the choosing of National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalists and Commended Scholars. Cutoffs vary from state to state but typically Semi-Finalists score in the top one percent of students in their state and Commended Scholars between the top one to four percent. Most of the approximately 16,000 Semi-Finalists become Finalists, and half of those ultimately receive National Merit Scholarships.

The most common reasons for taking the PSAT/NMSQT are:
• To receive feedback on your strengths and weaknesses on skills necessary for college study. You can then focus your preparation on those areas that could most benefit from additional study or practice.
• To see how your performance on an admissions test might compare with that of others applying to college.
• To enter the competition for scholarships from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (grade 11).
• To help prepare for the SAT. You can become familiar with the kinds of questions and the exact directions you will see on the SAT.
• To receive information from colleges when you check "yes" to Student Search Service.
My College QuickStart
All students who take the PSAT/NMSQT receive access to My College QuickStart - an easy-to-use, online, personalized college and career planning kit. This useful tool incorporates the responses that you provided when you took the test.

Your information is presented in four main parts:


• My Online Score Report - an enhanced score report that allows you to review each test question, your answer, and the correct answer with answer explanations.
• My SAT Study Plan - a customized SAT study plan based on your PSAT/NMSQT test performance, highlighting skills for review and practice.
• My College Matches - a starter list of colleges based on your state and indicated choice of major.
• My Major and Career Matches - major and career matches that are compatible with your general interests and personality type.
My College QuickStart is available using the access code printed on your score report, and it can be utilized throughout high school. Score reports are distributed by your school after December.

For information on the PSAT and the National Merit Scholarship Competition consult your high school guidance counselor. For additional information about the PSAT, as well as the SAT, visitwww.collegeboard.com.





The PSAT/NMSQT:
Sharpen Your Pencils and Your Skills
How to get ready for test day:
1. Ask your school counselor when your class will take the PSAT/NMSQT.
2. Get a list of what to bring on test day and what to leave at home.
3. Take a practice test to see what the tests are like and get a personalized skills workout. Click for free practice.
4. Decide if you want to opt in to Student Search Service®.
PSAT/NMSQT
• Who: 11th and 10th graders
• Where: At school
• When: Wednesday, October 24.
• Scholarships: Used by scholarship programs, including the National Merit® Scholarship Program, to look for eligible students.
Fees
The 2018-19 tests cost schools $16 for each student.  Please make checks payable to PTHS and write PSAT on the memo line.  Students unable to pay the $16 need to see Mrs. Rogers.  Students need to sign up and pay for the exam in the guidance office no later than September 11, 2018.
https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/psat-nmsqt-psat-10/taking-the-tests



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Daily Announcements 09/04.18

Daily Student Announcements
Tuesday
September 4, 2018


• Informational meeting for B.A.B.E.S. & B2G will be held on Thursday, September 6th in the Blue Room from 2:30-3:00. Any student interested in learning more about the two mentoring groups are welcome to attend. Refreshments will be served.


• FBLA officer elections will be held TODAY, 9/4 right after school in room 224. You must be a PAID ($15) member in order to participate.

• There will be a NHS meeting for current members, TODAY, September 4th after school in Mrs. McGregor’s room. ALL ACTIVE members are expected to attend.


• The Tilghman Speech Team would like to invite you to its 2018 Kentucky Congressional Candidates Forum. The forum will give candidates a chance to communicate their positions to the public before November's general election. The event, run entirely by speech teach members, will be open to the general public.

The forum is scheduled for Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria of Paducah Tilghman High School. It's a good chance for citizens to hear directly from Congressional hopefuls and see civically engaged young people in action. Candidates Randy Bridges, Martha Emmons, Danny Carrol, and Julie Tennyson plan to attend.
• There will be a volleyball game this Wednesday night against Hickman County at 5:30 pm.


• ESS has begun in Rooms 111 and 109. Students will need to sign up to attend ESS again this year. They will need to sign up by 2 pm on the day they plan to attend (by 12 noon if they would like an after-school snack). Students must report to ESS by 2:35 pm.

Instead of signing up in the guidance office, students need to sign up online at the following link:

                                           http://signup.com/go/GhsPdNX

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

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Wingday, mashed potatoes, green beans, roll and fresh fruit

Guidance Announcements:

• September 19th: Back to School Night 6pm

• September 19th: Informational GSP Meeting for interested parents and students. 5:30pm in the library right before Back to School Night.

• September 25th College Expo (More info to come)

• October 24th: PSAT. Sign up in Guidance no later than September 11th. Cost is $16.

• A.I.M.S.: Any student who received an A.I.M.S. application must either mail or return their application to Mr. Snardon by August 31st

• Applications for the PTHS Student Ambassador program are available in the guidance office. Students from all grades are invited to apply. Application requires two teacher signatures.


Who Should Take the PSAT and Why Should I Take It??


The PSAT is a two-hour test given once a year in October. Many students take the PSAT, not only as preparation for the SAT taken in senior year and widely used as a major criterion for college admissions, but also to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship Competition.

As with the SAT, the PSAT has separate math and verbal sections and a third section testing English grammar. Each subject is scored on a scale of 20 to 80 and these scores are combined to create the National Merit Scholarship selection index.

Almost all students take the PSAT during their junior year, but many students take the PSAT when they are sophomores to get the feel of the test. However, it is only the scores from the PSAT taken in your junior year that are considered for the National Merit Scholarship competition.

This scholarship competition awards approximately 8,200 scholarships annually. The selection process starts with the choosing of National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalists and Commended Scholars. Cutoffs vary from state to state but typically Semi-Finalists score in the top one percent of students in their state and Commended Scholars between the top one to four percent. Most of the approximately 16,000 Semi-Finalists become Finalists, and half of those ultimately receive National Merit Scholarships.

The most common reasons for taking the PSAT/NMSQT are:
• To receive feedback on your strengths and weaknesses on skills necessary for college study. You can then focus your preparation on those areas that could most benefit from additional study or practice.
• To see how your performance on an admissions test might compare with that of others applying to college.
• To enter the competition for scholarships from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (grade 11).
• To help prepare for the SAT. You can become familiar with the kinds of questions and the exact directions you will see on the SAT.
• To receive information from colleges when you check "yes" to Student Search Service.
My College QuickStart
All students who take the PSAT/NMSQT receive access to My College QuickStart - an easy-to-use, online, personalized college and career planning kit. This useful tool incorporates the responses that you provided when you took the test.

Your information is presented in four main parts:


• My Online Score Report - an enhanced score report that allows you to review each test question, your answer, and the correct answer with answer explanations.
• My SAT Study Plan - a customized SAT study plan based on your PSAT/NMSQT test performance, highlighting skills for review and practice.
• My College Matches - a starter list of colleges based on your state and indicated choice of major.
• My Major and Career Matches - major and career matches that are compatible with your general interests and personality type.
My College QuickStart is available using the access code printed on your score report, and it can be utilized throughout high school. Score reports are distributed by your school after December.

For information on the PSAT and the National Merit Scholarship Competition consult your high school guidance counselor. For additional information about the PSAT, as well as the SAT, visitwww.collegeboard.com.





The PSAT/NMSQT:
Sharpen Your Pencils and Your Skills
How to get ready for test day:
1. Ask your school counselor when your class will take the PSAT/NMSQT.
2. Get a list of what to bring on test day and what to leave at home.
3. Take a practice test to see what the tests are like and get a personalized skills workout. Click for free practice.
4. Decide if you want to opt in to Student Search Service®.
PSAT/NMSQT
• Who: 11th and 10th graders
• Where: At school
• When: Wednesday, October 24.
• Scholarships: Used by scholarship programs, including the National Merit® Scholarship Program, to look for eligible students.
Fees
The 2018-19 tests cost schools $16 for each student.  Please make checks payable to PTHS and write PSAT on the memo line.  Students unable to pay the $16 need to see Mrs. Rogers.  Students need to sign up and pay for the exam in the guidance office no later than September 11, 2018.
https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/psat-nmsqt-psat-10/taking-the-tests



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Daily Announcements 08.23.18

Daily Student Announcements
Thursday
August 23, 2018

• Speech Team: Students interested in joining the speech team will meet briefly after school on Thursday, August 23rd in room 102.

• PT Pageturners (book club) will have an informational meeting next Friday, August 24th during 1st and 3rd lunch. You may bring your lunch into the library.

• Auditions for PTHS’s musical “Little Shop of Horrors” will be next Monday and Tuesday, the 27th and 28th, at 6 pm in the choir room. Sign-up sheet is on the drama room door, please see Mr. Hinz for a song packet.

• Mayfield Week Festivities:
Tuesday: Decades Day
Wednesday: Jersey Day
Thursday: Big Blue Blow Out (wear crazy blue and white)
Bringing in Mr. Mayfield will be Tuesday at 7:05 am.
Burn Mr. Mayfield will be Wednesday at 6 pm in the football practice field.
Pep Rally will be Thursday at 2 pm.

• ESS has begun in Rooms 111 and 109. Students will need to sign up to attend ESS again this year. They will need to sign up by 2 pm on the day they plan to attend (by 12 noon if they would like an after-school snack). Students must report to ESS by 2:35 pm.

Instead of signing up in the guidance office, students need to sign up online at the following link:

                                           http://signup.com/go/GhsPdNX


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Daily Announcements 08.22.18

Daily Student Announcements

Tuesday

August 21, 2018

* Auditions for PTHS’s musical “Little Shop of Horrors” will be next Monday and Tuesday, the 27th and 28th, at 6 pm in the choir room. Sign-up sheet is on the drama room door, please see Mr. Hinz for a song packet.

* Mayfield Week Festivities:

Tuesday: Decades Day

Wednesday: Jersey Day

Thursday: Big Blue Blow Out (wear crazy blue and white)

Bringing in Mr. Mayfield will be Tuesday at 7:05 am.

Burn Mr. Mayfield will be Wednesday at 6 pm in the football practice field.

Pep Rally will be Thursday at 2 pm.

* ESS begins today in Rooms 111 and 109. Students will need to sign up to attend ESS again this year. They will need to sign up by 2 pm on the day they plan to attend (by 12 noon if they would like an after-school snack). Students must report to ESS by 2:35 pm.

Instead of signing up in the guidance office, students need to sign up online at the following link:

http://signup.com/go/GhsPdNX.

* A Likely Story Café opens TODAY! Look for new items and an updated look. As always, the café is a reading/quiet zone and no food or drink can be taken out of the café.

* Speech Team: Students interested in joining the speech team will meet briefly after school on Thursday, August 23rd in room 102.

* PT Pageturners (book club) will have an informational meeting next Friday, August 24th during 1st and 3rd lunch. You may bring your lunch into the library.

* Applications for the PTHS Student Ambassador program are available in the guidance office. Students from all grades are invited to apply. Application requires two teacher signatures.

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

* Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken Fettucine Alfredo Penne, garden salad, steamed veggies, bread stick and fresh frui
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Daily Announcements 08.21.18

Daily Student Announcements
Tuesday
August 21, 2018


• Auditions for PTHS’s musical “Little Shop of Horrors” will be next Monday and Tuesday, the 27th and 28th, at 6 pm in the choir room. Sign-up sheet is on the drama room door, please see Mr. Hinz for a song packet.

• A Likely Story Café opens TOMORROW! Look for new items and an updated look. As always, the café is a reading/quiet zone and no food or drink can be taken out of the café.


• ESS will begin TODAY in rooms 111 and 109.

• FCCLA's first meeting will be TODAY from 2:30-2:55, in Room 125.

• Speech Team: Students interested in joining the speech team will meet briefly after school on Thursday, August 23rd in room 102.


• PT Pageturners (book club) will have an informational meeting next Friday, August 24th during 1st and 3rd lunch. You may bring your lunch into the library.



• Applications for the PTHS Student Ambassador program are available in the guidance office. Students from all grades are invited to apply. Application requires two teacher signatures.


• Today’s Lunch: Walking Taco, refried beans and fresh fruit

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Wing Day, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, roll and fresh fruit
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Daily Announcements 08.20.18

Daily Student Announcements
Friday
August 17, 2018



• Interact Club: The first informational Interact Club meeting will be TODAY August 20 at 2:30 in the library. Bring a friend and see you there!

• Chess Club: There will be a Chess Team Information meeting in Room 212 on Monday, August 20 at 2:30, to discuss the upcoming season, practice schedule, and determine ability levels for preseason conditioning. All grade students are encouraged to attend. For more info, contact Mr. Knight.

• ESS will begin in rooms 111 and 109 on Tuesday, August 21st.

• FCCLA's first meeting will be Aug. 21 from 2:30-2:55, in Room 125.

• Speech Team: Students interested in joining the speech team will meet briefly after school on Thursday, August 23rd in room 102.


• PT Pageturners (book club) will have an informational meeting next Friday, August 24th during 1st and 3rd lunch. You may bring your lunch into the library.



• Applications for the PTHS Student Ambassador program are available in the guidance office. Students from all grades are invited to apply. Application requires two teacher signatures.


• Athletic Passes are being made in the library before school, after school or during school (with a pass from your teacher). They are $25 or $15 for varsity athletes. Athletic passes allow student to attend ALL home games without purchasing a ticket (excluding tournament game

• Today’s Lunch: chicken and waffles, French fries, garden salad and fresh fruit

• Tomorrow’s Lunch: Walking Taco, refried beans and fresh fruit
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Daily Announcements 08.17.18

Daily Student Announcements
Friday
August 17, 2018

• Academic Team: There will be a BRIEF meeting immediately after school on TODAY, August 17 in Room 222 for anyone interested in participating in Academic Team this year. 

• Future Problem Solving: There will be a meeting TODAY, August 17, at 3:00 in Room 222 for anyone interested in participating in FPS (Future Problem Solving).

• Volleyball: Freshmen JV and Varsity defeated Christian Fellowship on all three matches. Next match is at McCracken on Tuesday. 

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Daily Announcements 08.16.18

Daily Student Announcements
Thursday
August 16, 2018


• NHS: There will be a short NHS meeting after school TODAY, August 16th in Mrs. McGregor’s Room. ALL members are asked to attend.

• Chess Club: There will be a Chess Team Information meeting in Room 212 on Monday, August 20 at 2:30, to discuss the upcoming season, practice schedule, and determine ability levels for preseason conditioning. All grade students are encouraged to attend. For more info, contact Mr. Knight.

• ESS will begin in rooms 111 and 109 on Tuesday, August 21st.

• FCCLA's first meeting will be Aug. 21 from 2:30-2:55, in Room 125.
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Daily Announcements 08.13.18

Daily Student Announcements

Monday

August 13, 2018

* FBLA will meet right after school in room 224 on Tuesday, 8/14. Any and all are welcome to attend!

* Athletic Passes are being made in the library before school, after school or during school (with a pass from your teacher). They are $25 or $15 for varsity athletes. Athletic passes allow student to attend ALL home games without purchasing a ticket (excluding tournament games).

* There will be a SHORT NHS meeting after school, Thursday, August 16th in Mrs. McGregor’s Room. ALL members are asked to attend.

* ESS will begin in rooms 111 and 109 on Tuesday, August 21st.

* Today’s Lunch: popcorn chicken, French fries, baked beans and fresh fruit

* Tomorrow’s Lunch: Queso Crispito, potato ole’s, salsa and fresh fruit
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