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A Tradition of Excellence

I am very excited to welcome you to a very select group - the student body of Paducah Tilghman High School.  We have reason to be proud of our school because of its outstanding reputation in our state and nation.  Tilghman students for many years have compiled noteworthy achievements in both their scholastic and extra curricular endeavors.  We know that you can appreciate this tradition, and that we can expect you and your fellow students to add to the luster of our school's past accomplishments. We want your days at Tilghman to be enjoyable, profitable, and fulfilling and hope that you take advantage of the many opportunities which will be made available to you.

Sincerely,

Arthur Davis, Principal



 

Shumpert Becomes All-Time Region 1 Scoring Leader

PTHS Girls Basketball standout Chelsey Shumpert received the PTHS vs. Reidland game ball after becoming the all-time leading scorer in Region 1 Girls Basketball on January 5 at Otis Dinning gymnasium. 

As a junior, Shumpert was the Paducah Sun Girls Basketball All Purchase Player of the Year in 2011-12.

Shumpert was an All-Purchase pick as a freshman and returned from a knee injury in 2010-11 to average 23 points,4.5 assists and 3.8 steals per game for the 2011-12 season while leading the Lady Tornado to a 28-6 record overall and an undefeated district record.  

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Teen’s studies give her perspective, compassion

by Laurel Black, The Paducah Sun

December 24, 2012

Reprinted with permission.

 

For Catherine Miller, history means more than the study of past events, and literature isn’t just about getting lost in a compelling story.

The Paducah Tilghman High School senior said the subjects provide her with insight into today’s problems, as well as a way of understanding other people.

Miller said a quote from her favorite author, John Green — “There is no them, there are only facets of us” — speaks to the importance of understanding the past.

“I think that’s probably the most important thing to remember,” she said of the quote. “That’s why I like history and literature, because it gives you a sense of empathy.”

Catherine Miller, daughter of Bobby and Laurie Miller, is the Mid-Continent University Teen of the Week.

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PTHS Hosts Region 1 Bowling Tournament January 26

Come and watch Western Kentucky Youth High School bowlers at their best  as Paducah Tilghman hosts the Region 1 Bowling Tournament. The tournament will be held at Cardinal Strike & Spare January 26, beginning at 9:00 a.m. Nine schools will have teams in the tournament.

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PTSO Meets January 15

The PTHS PTSO will have its January meeting on Tuesday, January 15th, at noon in the school's library. Please note the time change. Business to be discussed will include SBDM elections in March and PTSO officer elections for the 2013-2014 school year. All are invited to attend.

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Safety Measures at Paducah Tilghman

Dear Parents and Guardians of Paducah Public Schools,

 

We are shocked and saddened by the tragic events that transpired at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut on December 14. Our thoughts are with all those affected, and we are grateful for the bravery of staff, parents and community partners who reacted immediately to protect the children.

We recognize the impact that events like this can have on each of us—our children, staff, families and friends.  We want to assure you that all of us who work for Paducah Public Schools understand that providing students a safe place to go to school is the most important aspect of our work.  Please know that as a district we are making every effort to be prepared for an emergency and have our faculty, staff, and students ready to respond if a disaster occurs.

You can see information about current district-wide measures here. You can see a chart that shows safety measures that are in place at each of the district buildlings here.

You can  resources for helping your children cope with these events on the district web page.

We want to ask our entire school community to renew its efforts to help us keep our children and schools safe. If you have any questions or concerns please call or e-mail Director of Pupil Personnel   This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or District Security Coordinator  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it at (270) 444-5600.

 
Event: PTHS Boys Basketball Christmas Tournament December 21-22

The 68th Annual Paducah Tilghman Christmas Tournament will be held December 21-22 at Dinning Gymnasium. Click here to see the tournament schedule.

 
PTHS NJROTC Participates on Mid-Continent University December Graduation

The Paducah Tilghman High School Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (PTHS NJROTC) unit participated in the Mid-Continent University commencement ceremony on Saturday, December 1.

The university’s December graduating class graduated approximately 350 students being awarded Associate, Bachelor of Arts or Science, or Master of Arts degrees.

A PTHS NJROTC color guard opened the graduation ceremony, held at Graves County High School, with a flag presentation before approximately 2,000 guests, graduates, and university faculty and staff members.

PTHS NJROTC cadets participating in the commencement were Stephanie Hern, Solomon Sprouse, Isaiah Patterson, Jonathan Farr-Finch, Kathrin Harriford and Zachary Chandler.

The award winning Paducah Tilghman NJROTC unit is in its 12th year.

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