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Monday - January 14, 2019

MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

              Monday, January 14, 2019

 

 

 

Today is “E” Day 

Seniors: Seniors, please turn in your cap/gown and diploma form to Ms. Valley by Wednesday, Jan. 16th.

FBLA: Attention FBLA Members That Qualified for States - There will be an informational meeting about the State Leadership Conference after school today in Room 228.  See you there!    

 

Trust Crew Students: There will be a meeting on Thursday, January 17, 2019 at 2:30 p.m. in room #119. Please make sure you attend.

 

Student Athlete Volunteers: The Heinz History Center and the Western Pa. Sports Museum are recruiting high school athletes to volunteer at the annual NFL PLAY 60 Training Camp to be held on January 26th from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at the Heinz History Center. This is an annual event and a lot of fun! For more information, please see the bulletin board outside of room #116 or if you are interested in volunteering or have questions, please email Heinz History Center Public Programs Coordinator, Sam Moore at 412-454-6373 or email sjmoore@heinzhistorycenter.org

Please RSVP your intention to volunteer ASAP.

 

Ultimate Frisbee: Attention anyone interested in the PTHS Ultimate Frisbee Team!!  We are excited about the upcoming season this spring.  There will an informational meeting at the Peters Twp. Public Library on Tuesday, January 22 from 6:30PM to 7:30PM. The PTHS Ultimate Team is open to boys and girls.  We will be meeting our new coaches and providing information on the upcoming season. Those in attendance will be able to join our Edmodo group for additional updates and news about PT Ultimate.  We look forward to seeing you there!

 

Spanish Club: Hola Spanish Club Members. We would like to invite all the members of the Spanish Club to attend the Spanish Club photo that will be taken on Thursday, January 17, during 3rd period at 9:35 AM. If you decided to participate on this activity, you will need a picture/ photo pass from Mrs. Miller.   You are not going to be able to leave any class without the Spanish Club photo- pass and your 3rd period teacher’s permission. Spanish Club photo passes will be given out on Wednesday, January 16, room 239 by the Spanish Club sponsor Mrs. Miller. We will be waiting for you!

 

Club Photo Day: Attention all students involved in clubs. Club Photo Day will be Thursday, January 17.  Photos will be shot in the main hallway outside of the main office this year.  See your adviser for your time and pass.

 

Office Runners: The Main Office is now accepting applications for 2nd Semester Office Runner’s for Periods 4, 6, and 9. Please see Mrs. Riberich in the Main Office for an application. The office runner position will be filled on a first come basis. 

 

Suggestion Box:  PT students! There is a new suggestion box in the library asking all students for ideas on how we can improve the school.  All suggestions will be read and considered by the Executive Council.

 

Tutoring:  Need a little extra help figuring out your math homework?  Have a big science test tomorrow and you just don’t understand?  There are NHS tutors available in the library periods 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9.  Come during your study hall or lunch period and they will be happy to help you.  If you have any questions, see Mrs. Fecher in the library.

 

 

 

GUIDANCE:

 

WACTC: Attention all Freshmen! There will be a half-day informational field trip to the Western Area Career and Technology Center Thursday, January 24, 2019.  Permission forms are due by January 18, 2019.  Please stop in the Counseling office and see Ms. Riggle for more information and sign-up for the trip!

 

Air Force Representative: Sgt. Mathias with the Air Force will be outside the lunch room during all lunches on Wednesday, January 16th.

 

American Math Exam: Attention Math Students in Algebra II or above! The American Math Exam will be given in room 119 on February 7th at 7:45 am! Any student is eligible to take the exam, but current Algebra II students & above are targeted. The exam is free, entirely voluntary, and will last approximately 2 hours. Students who score highly enough become eligible to move onto the next level of the test; with the grand prize being a chance to participate as a member of the American team of the International Math Olympiad. Participating students are responsible to make-up any missed work as a result of participation, but absence from periods 1-3 will be excused. Anyone who would like to sign up can do so via a survey in your Naviance/Family Connection Student account.

 

Keystone Exams: Attention students taking the January Keystone Exams! Room assignments are listed outside of the principal’s office along with a copy of the testing Code of Conduct. Take a minute to write down your testing room location and look over the Code of Conduct before test day. Additionally, you are strongly encouraged to get a good night’s sleep the night before, eat breakfast in the morning, leave your cell phone at home on testing day, bring a calculator and two #2 pencils. If you have questions or concerns, see Mrs. Prinsen in the counseling office.

 

ATHLETICS: 

 

CONGRATULATIONS to our Varsity Hockey players

??2019 PIHL ALL STARS??
Brock Sharbaugh,Jeremy Anthos, Ryan Lee, Ryan Luppe and Torrey Schwartz. Come cheer them on at the AAA  All Star Game, Sunday Jan 27 at 6pm at RMU Island Sports Center!

This week in hockey!
Tuesday 1/15
        The Varsity hockey Team will take on Seneca Valley at 7 pm at Southpointe. 
Thursday 1/16
       JV2 hockey team takes on Shaler at 8:55 pm at Rostraver.
      JV1 hockey team will play North Allegheny at 9:20 pm at Southpointe. 
Come out and cheer for your hockey teams!

 

 

ATHLETIC SCHEDULE:

 

?         Girls JV/Varsity Basketball vs. Canon McMillan - 6:00/7:30 pm at PTHS Gym

 

Tuesday -January 15, 2019

MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

              Tuesday, January 15, 2019

 

 

 

Today is “A” Day 

 

FOR Club: If you missed the meeting yesterday and need a club photo day pass, please stop by room 148 before Thursday.

 

German Club: German Club members should see Frau Ludwig or Herr Wilk for their club photo passes.

The German Club will also meet this Thursday to learn about some Germanic New Year customs. See Frau Ludwig or Herr Wilk for location.

Seniors: Seniors, please turn in your cap/gown and diploma form to Ms. Valley by Wednesday, Jan. 16th.

 

Trust Crew Students: There will be a meeting on Thursday, January 17, 2019 at 2:30 p.m. in room #119. Please make sure you attend.

 

Student Athlete Volunteers: The Heinz History Center and the Western Pa. Sports Museum are recruiting high school athletes to volunteer at the annual NFL PLAY 60 Training Camp to be held on January 26th from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at the Heinz History Center. This is an annual event and a lot of fun! For more information, please see the bulletin board outside of room #116 or if you are interested in volunteering or have questions, please email Heinz History Center Public Programs Coordinator, Sam Moore at 412-454-6373 or email sjmoore@heinzhistorycenter.org

Please RSVP your intention to volunteer ASAP.

 

Ultimate Frisbee: Attention anyone interested in the PTHS Ultimate Frisbee Team!!  We are excited about the upcoming season this spring.  There will an informational meeting at the Peters Twp. Public Library on Tuesday, January 22 from 6:30PM to 7:30PM. The PTHS Ultimate Team is open to boys and girls.  We will be meeting our new coaches and providing information on the upcoming season. Those in attendance will be able to join our Edmodo group for additional updates and news about PT Ultimate.  We look forward to seeing you there!

 

Spanish Club: Hola Spanish Club Members. We would like to invite all the members of the Spanish Club to attend the Spanish Club photo that will be taken on Thursday, January 17, during 3rd period at 9:35 AM. If you decide to participate, you will need a picture/ photo pass from Mrs. Miller.   You are not going to be able to leave any class without the Spanish Club photo- pass and your 3rd period teacher’s permission. Spanish Club photo passes will be given out on Wednesday, January 16, room 239 by the Spanish Club sponsor Mrs. Miller. We will be waiting for you!

 

Club Photo Day: Attention all students involved in clubs. Club Photo Day will be Thursday, January 17.  Photos will be shot in the main hallway outside of the main office this year.  See your adviser for your time and pass.

 

Suggestion Box:  PT students! There is a new suggestion box in the library asking all students for ideas on how we can improve the school.  All suggestions will be read and considered by the Executive Council.

 

Tutoring:  Need a little extra help figuring out your math homework?  Have a big science test tomorrow and you just don’t understand?  There are NHS tutors available in the library periods 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9.  Come during your study hall or lunch period and they will be happy to help you.  If you have any questions, see Mrs. Fecher in the library.

 

 

 

GUIDANCE:

 

WACTC: Attention all Freshmen! There will be a half-day informational field trip to the Western Area Career and Technology Center Thursday, January 24, 2019.  Permission forms are due by January 18, 2019.  Please stop in the Counseling office and see Ms. Riggle for more information and sign-up for the trip!

 

Air Force Representative: Sgt. Mathias with the Air Force will be outside the lunch room during all lunches on Wednesday, January 16th.

 

American Math Exam: Attention Math Students in Algebra II or above! The American Math Exam will be given in room 119 on February 7th at 7:45 am! Any student is eligible to take the exam, but current Algebra II students & above are targeted. The exam is free, entirely voluntary, and will last approximately 2 hours. Students who score highly enough become eligible to move onto the next level of the test; with the grand prize being a chance to participate as a member of the American team of the International Math Olympiad. Participating students are responsible to make-up any missed work as a result of participation, but absence from periods 1-3 will be excused. Anyone who would like to sign up can do so via a survey in your Naviance/Family Connection Student account.

 

Keystone Exams: Attention students taking the January Keystone Exams! Room assignments are listed outside of the principal’s office along with a copy of the testing Code of Conduct. Take a minute to write down your testing room location and look over the Code of Conduct before test day. Additionally, you are strongly encouraged to get a good night’s sleep the night before, eat breakfast in the morning, leave your cell phone at home on testing day, bring a calculator and two #2 pencils. If you have questions or concerns, see Mrs. Prinsen in the counseling office.

 

ATHLETICS: 

 

Wrestling: This past Friday the varsity wrestling team defeated North Hills. Please congratulate Brandon Matthews who reach the milestone of 100 career wins. Brandon joins just 9 other PT wrestlers to ever reach this milestone.   Congratulations and good luck Brandon and the wrestling team in the rest of the season.

Basketball: Hoops Against Hunger

The PTHS Boys Basketball teams are hosting a food drive at both home games this week, Tuesday January 15th vs Canon-Mac and Friday January 18th vs Hempfield to benefit the Peters Twp. Food Pantry. The boys basketball teams will be collecting canned goods and other non-perishable food items.  Monetary donations will also be accepted. For every item or dollar donated, you will receive a concession stand “dollar” and an entry into the halftime shooting contest. All fans with donations will also receive a thank you gift from the team and the PTHS Athletic Department. Thanks for helping us give to those less fortunate.

 

CONGRATULATIONS to our Varsity Hockey players

??2019 PIHL ALL STARS??
Brock Sharbaugh, Jeremy Anthos, Ryan Lee, Ryan Luppe and Torrey Schwartz. Come cheer them on at the AAA All Star Game, Sunday Jan 27 at 6pm at RMU Island Sports Center!

This week in hockey!
Tuesday 1/15
        The Varsity hockey Team will take on Seneca Valley at 7 pm at Southpointe

Thursday 1/16
       JV2 hockey team takes on Shaler at 8:55 pm at Rostraver

       JV1 hockey team will play North Allegheny at 9:20 pm at Southpointe 
       Come out and cheer for your hockey teams!

 

 

 

ATHLETIC SCHEDULE:

 

TUESDAY – January 15, 2019

     ? Boys Freshman Basketball at Baldwin - 3:30 pm at Baldwin HS

         Early Release at 2:10 pm; Departure at 2:20 pm

    ? Boys JV/Varsity Basketball vs. Canon McMillan 6:00/7:30 pm at PTHS Gym

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

              Wednesday, January 16, 2019

 

 

Today is “B” Day 

 

Seniors: Don’t forget! Today is the last day for seniors to turn in your cap/gown and diploma form to Ms. Valley in the Main Office.

 

Literary Magazine:  Attention students who love to write!  Please submit your work to the Literary Magazine at pthslitmag@ptsdwebapps.com or come see Mrs. Boni in room G01.  We need your creativity for this student publication!

 

FOR Club: If you missed the meeting yesterday and need a club photo day pass, please stop by room 148 before Thursday.

Forensics: Forensics will practice after school this Thursday afternoon, 1/17.  Please remember to bring signed permission slips for this Saturday’s Pine Richland tournament.

 

German Club: German Club members should see Frau Ludwig or Herr Wilk for their club photo passes.

The German Club will also meet this Thursday to learn about some Germanic New Year customs. See Frau Ludwig or Herr Wilk for location.

 

Trust Crew Students: There will be a meeting on Thursday, January 17, 2019 at 2:30 p.m. in room #119. Please make sure you attend.

 

Student Athlete Volunteers: The Heinz History Center and the Western Pa. Sports Museum are recruiting high school athletes to volunteer at the annual NFL PLAY 60 Training Camp to be held on January 26th from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at the Heinz History Center. This is an annual event and a lot of fun! For more information, please see the bulletin board outside of room #116 or if you are interested in volunteering or have questions, please email Heinz History Center Public Programs Coordinator, Sam Moore at 412-454-6373 or email sjmoore@heinzhistorycenter.org

Please RSVP your intention to volunteer ASAP.

 

Ultimate Frisbee: Attention anyone interested in the PTHS Ultimate Frisbee Team!!  We are excited about the upcoming season this spring.  There will an informational meeting at the Peters Twp. Public Library on Tuesday, January 22 from 6:30PM to 7:30PM. The PTHS Ultimate Team is open to boys and girls.  We will be meeting our new coaches and providing information on the upcoming season. Those in attendance will be able to join our Edmodo group for additional updates and news about PT Ultimate.  We look forward to seeing you there!

 

Spanish Club: Hola Spanish Club Members. We would like to invite all the members of the Spanish Club to attend the Spanish Club photo that will be taken on Thursday, January 17, during 3rd period at 9:35 AM. If you decide to participate, you will need a picture/ photo pass from Mrs. Miller.   You are not going to be able to leave any class without the Spanish Club photo- pass and your 3rd period teacher’s permission. Spanish Club photo passes will be given out on Wednesday, January 16, room 239 by the Spanish Club sponsor Mrs. Miller. We will be waiting for you!

 

Club Photo Day: Attention all students involved in clubs. Club Photo Day will be Thursday, January 17.  Photos will be shot in the main hallway outside of the main office this year.  See your adviser for your time and pass.

 

Suggestion Box:  PT students! There is a new suggestion box in the library asking all students for ideas on how we can improve the school.  All suggestions will be read and considered by the Executive Council.

 

Tutoring:  Need a little extra help figuring out your math homework?  Have a big science test tomorrow and you just don’t understand?  There are NHS tutors available in the library periods 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9.  Come during your study hall or lunch period and they will be happy to help you.  If you have any questions, see Mrs. Fecher in the library.

 

 

 

GUIDANCE:

 

WACTC: Attention all Freshmen! There will be a half-day informational field trip to the Western Area Career and Technology Center Thursday, January 24, 2019.  Permission forms are due by January 18, 2019.  Please stop in the Counseling office and see Ms. Riggle for more information and sign-up for the trip!

 

Air Force Representative: Sgt. Mathias with the Air Force will be outside the lunch room during all lunches on Wednesday, January 16th.

 

American Math Exam: Attention Math Students in Algebra II or above! The American Math Exam will be given in room 119 on February 7th at 7:45 am! Any student is eligible to take the exam, but current Algebra II students & above are targeted. The exam is free, entirely voluntary, and will last approximately 2 hours. Students who score highly enough become eligible to move onto the next level of the test; with the grand prize being a chance to participate as a member of the American team of the International Math Olympiad. Participating students are responsible to make-up any missed work as a result of participation, but absence from periods 1-3 will be excused. Anyone who would like to sign up can do so via a survey in your Naviance/Family Connection Student account.

 

Keystone Exams: Attention students taking the January Keystone Exams! Room assignments are listed outside of the principal’s office along with a copy of the testing Code of Conduct. Take a minute to write down your testing room location and look over the Code of Conduct before test day. Additionally, you are strongly encouraged to get a good night’s sleep the night before, eat breakfast in the morning, leave your cell phone at home on testing day, bring a calculator and two #2 pencils. If you have questions or concerns, see Mrs. Prinsen in the counseling office.

 

ATHLETICS: 

 

Wrestling: Tonight is senior night as the varsity wrestling team is wrestling Mt. Lebanon in a home match tonight at 7:30 for the sub section title. Come out and cheer on the seniors and support the team at this important match!

Varsity hockey gets back on the winning side with a 5-2 defeat over Seneca Valley. Scoring goals for the Indians were Josh Jones, Mark Lehman, Eric Wilbert, Torrey Schwartz and Ryan Luppe.  Assists were given to Eric Wilbert, Mark Lehman, Aiden Alexander, Jeremy Anthos and Torrey Schwartz.  Varsity hockey’s next game is away against Butler on Monday, January 20 at 9:00pm at Frozen Pond in Valencia.

 

Basketball: Hoops Against Hunger

The PTHS Boys Basketball teams are hosting a food drive at both home games this week, Tuesday January 15th vs Canon-Mac and Friday January 18th vs Hempfield to benefit the Peters Twp. Food Pantry. The boys basketball teams will be collecting canned goods and other non-perishable food items.  Monetary donations will also be accepted. For every item or dollar donated, you will receive a concession stand “dollar” and an entry into the halftime shooting contest. All fans with donations will also receive a thank you gift from the team and the PTHS Athletic Department. Thanks for helping us give to those less fortunate.

 

 

 

ATHLETIC SCHEDULE:

 

WEDNESDAY – January 16, 2019

       ? Boys Junior High Wrestling vs. Mt. Lebanon - 6:00 pm at PTHS Gym

      ? Boys Varsity Wrestling vs. Mt. Lebanon - 7:30 pm at PTHS Gym – Senior Night 

Thursday -January 17, 2019

MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

              Thursday, January 17, 2019

 

 

Today is “C” Day 

 

Club Photo Day: Attention all students involved in clubs. Club Photo Day will be today, Thursday, January 17.  Photos will be shot in the main hallway outside of the main office this year.  You should have already seen your adviser for your time and pass.

 

Seniors: Attention all seniors!  Come to the TV studio on Wednesday, Jan 30th, on your lunch or study hall, for some quick interviews for the video yearbook and a special project new for the class of 2019!

 

Literary Magazine:  Attention students who love to write!  Please submit your work to the Literary Magazine at pthslitmag@ptsdwebapps.com or come see Mrs. Boni in room G01.  We need your creativity for this student publication!

Forensics: Forensics will practice after school this afternoon, 1/17.  Please remember to bring signed permission slips for this Saturday’s Pine Richland tournament.

 

German Club: The German Club will be meeting today to learn about some Germanic New Year customs. See Frau Ludwig or Herr Wilk for location.

 

Trust Crew Students: There will be a meeting today, Thursday, January 17, 2019 at 2:30 p.m. in room #119. Please make sure you attend.

 

Student Athlete Volunteers: The Heinz History Center and the Western Pa. Sports Museum are recruiting high school athletes to volunteer at the annual NFL PLAY 60 Training Camp to be held on January 26th from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at the Heinz History Center. This is an annual event and a lot of fun! For more information, please see the bulletin board outside of room #116 or if you are interested in volunteering or have questions, please email Heinz History Center Public Programs Coordinator, Sam Moore at 412-454-6373 or email sjmoore@heinzhistorycenter.org

Please RSVP your intention to volunteer ASAP.

 

Ultimate Frisbee: Attention anyone interested in the PTHS Ultimate Frisbee Team!!  We are excited about the upcoming season this spring.  There will an informational meeting at the Peters Twp. Public Library on Tuesday, January 22 from 6:30PM to 7:30PM. The PTHS Ultimate Team is open to boys and girls.  We will be meeting our new coaches and providing information on the upcoming season. Those in attendance will be able to join our Edmodo group for additional updates and news about PT Ultimate.  We look forward to seeing you there!

 

Suggestion Box:  PT students! There is a new suggestion box in the library asking all students for ideas on how we can improve the school.  All suggestions will be read and considered by the Executive Council.

 

 

Tutoring:  Need a little extra help figuring out your math homework?  Have a big science test tomorrow and you just don’t understand?  There are NHS tutors available in the library periods 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9.  Come during your study hall or lunch period and they will be happy to help you.  If you have any questions, see Mrs. Fecher in the library.

 

 

 

GUIDANCE:

 

WACTC: Attention all Freshmen! There will be a half-day informational field trip to the Western Area Career and Technology Center Thursday, January 24, 2019.  Permission forms are due by January 18, 2019.  Please stop in the Counseling office and see Ms. Riggle for more information and sign-up for the trip!

 

American Math Exam: Attention Math Students in Algebra II or above! The American Math Exam will be given in room 119 on February 7th at 7:45 am! Any student is eligible to take the exam, but current Algebra II students & above are targeted. The exam is free, entirely voluntary, and will last approximately 2 hours. Students who score highly enough become eligible to move onto the next level of the test; with the grand prize being a chance to participate as a member of the American team of the International Math Olympiad. Participating students are responsible to make-up any missed work as a result of participation, but absence from periods 1-3 will be excused. Anyone who would like to sign up can do so via a survey in your Naviance/Family Connection Student account.

 

Keystone Exams: Attention students taking the January Keystone Exams! Room assignments are listed outside of the principal’s office along with a copy of the testing Code of Conduct. Take a minute to write down your testing room location and look over the Code of Conduct before test day. Additionally, you are strongly encouraged to get a good night’s sleep the night before, eat breakfast in the morning, leave your cell phone at home on testing day, bring a calculator and two #2 pencils. If you have questions or concerns, see Mrs. Prinsen in the counseling office.

 

ATHLETICS: 

Basketball: Hoops Against Hunger

The PTHS Boys Basketball teams are hosting a food drive at both home games this week, Tuesday January 15th vs Canon-Mac and Friday January 18th vs Hempfield to benefit the Peters Twp. Food Pantry. The boys basketball teams will be collecting canned goods and other non-perishable food items.  Monetary donations will also be accepted. For every item or dollar donated, you will receive a concession stand “dollar” and an entry into the halftime shooting contest. All fans with donations will also receive a thank you gift from the team and the PTHS Athletic Department. Thanks for helping us give to those less fortunate.

 

 

ATHLETIC SCHEDULE:

 

? Girls JV/Varsity Basketball vs. Baldwin

                6:00/7:30 pm at PTHS Gym

? Varsity Swimming & Diving vs. Bethel Park

                6:00 pm at PTHS Pool

 

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