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Announcements

For Monday,

September 18th

Reminder: that the West Lot must be cleared today by 4:00 for marching band rehearsal tonight.

Freshmen and Sophomores don’t forget to get your Chromebook contracts signed by tomorrow.  Chromebooks will only be handed out to those students who have gotten their Chromebook contracts signed.  This is important! don’t forget!

Are you a freshman or sophomore who doesn’t have a Social Studies class this semester? And do you still want a Chromebook?  If so, stop down at the main office to grab copies of forms you and your parents will fill out. Then bring those back on Tuesday or Wednesday, come back to the Main Office and we will help you from there. Thanks!

Attention Students: All summer volunteers hours are due tomorrow. They will not be accepted after that, get them to Mr. Hosler in room 1133!

Montage will meet this Wednesday.  Montage is PC’s own art and creative writing publication. If you are interested in working on the editorial or design staff for this year’s Montage, come to the info and planning meeting after school on Wednesday in room 2110.

Rock Climbing Club will have an informational meeting on today in Mr. Badders Room at 3:05. We will start climbing tomorrow!

Anime Club will be meeting in Hoffman’s room 1115 today from 3:00-4:00.  Come and join us!

The first meeting for Democrats Club is tomorrow after school in room 2122. Stop by to see what we are all about. All are welcome.

Garden Club meets after school this Thursday from 3:00-4:30 in room 2123. Come get your garden on and see what this awesome club is all about!

From the Counseling Office:

Attention Juniors/Seniors, any students interested in Hope College, Calvin College or Adrian University. They will be here this Wednesday.  Please come down and sign up in the counseling office to reserve a spot!

The Kalamazoo Community Foundation is holding its annual Financial Aid Night on Tuesday, September 26th at 7:00 pm.  This event will take place at KRESA in the Wile Auditorium at 1819 East Milham.  Important information to help you navigate the world of financial aid will be presented. You will learn about scholarships, grants, and loans, where to find them, how to apply and much more!

From the Athletic Department:

If you see a Men’s Varsity Tennis player today wish them luck as they compete in the Finals of the Greater Kalamazoo Tournament this afternoon. 6 flights will be competing for a championship and 2 flights will be competing for the back draw championship. Gooooo MUSTANGS!

Announcements

For Tuesday,

September 19th

Are you driving to school?  All cars parked on school grounds must be registered so please be sure to get a parking sticker at the Welcome Center to place on your windshield by the end of the week.

Freshmen and Sophomores don’t forget to get your Chromebook contracts signed by today.  Chromebooks will only be handed out to those students who have gotten their Chromebook contracts signed.  This is important! don’t forget!

Attention National Honor Society applicants. If you turned in your completed NHS application, you may pick up your status letter in Room 1119 starting right after school tomorrow. If you have any questions, please check with Mr. Baker. Thanks!

Montage will meet tomorrow.  Montage is PC’s own art and creative writing publication. If you are interested in working on the editorial or design staff for this year’s Montage, come to the info and planning meeting after school on Wednesday in room 2110.

Are you interested in joining Yoga Club? Stop by room 2122 after school tomorrow. We are going to have a short meeting to discuss our plans for the year. Namaste!

Recycling Club is starting up for the new school year.  Please attend our first meeting tomorrow in room 1106. If you can’t make the meeting-see or email Sra Mazei.  Come and get community service hours and reduce our carbon footprint!

Spelling Bee crew remember our first work session is today after school until 4:30. Meet onstage with appropriate shoes!! This is required for the whole crew.

From the Counseling Office:

Attention Juniors/Seniors, any students interested in Hope College, Calvin College or Adrian University. They will be here tomorrow.  Please come down and sign up in the counseling office to reserve a spot!  In addition, if you are interested in learning more about Butler and North Park University they will be here this Friday.  Please come down and sign up in the counseling office to reserve a spot!

From the Athletic Department:

Attention Mustang Soccer Fans: Did you know that your team is ranked 4th in the state!!?? Come cheer them on tonight at home against Portage Northern in the Portage Derby!! JV kicks off at 5:00 and Varsity at 6:30.  And, in honor of the Portage Derby, 20% of today’s sales at Taco Bob’s on Centre will be donated to the soccer program. Go Mustangs!

Announcements

For Wednesday,

September 20th

Are you driving to school?  All cars parked on school grounds must be registered so please be sure to get a parking sticker at the Welcome Center to place on your windshield by the end of the week.

A Reminder that the West Lot must be cleared today by 4:00 for marching band rehearsal tonight.

The muffin cart will start tomorrow so please bring your quarters to school with you!! Muffin cart will visit seminars (if the teacher allows) during 2nd, 3rd and 4th hours.Students may come to Mrs. Tucker’s room (#1125) in between classes to purchase muffins for only 50 cents. Thanks for your support!

After a lot of consideration, I have decided to postpone Baking Club until further notice. Sorry for the inconvenience this may cause. I will keep all students posted as the starting date of the baking club. Thank you for your interest.

Montage will meet today.  Montage is PC’s own art and creative writing publication. If you are interested in working on the editorial or design staff for this year’s Montage, come to the info and planning meeting after school today in room 2110.

Are you interested in joining Yoga Club? Stop by room 2122 after school today. We are going to have a short meeting to discuss our plans for the year. Namaste!

Recycling Club is starting up for the new school year.  Please attend our first meeting today in room 1106. If you can’t make the meeting-see or email Sra Mazei.  Come and get community service hours and reduce our carbon footprint!

Gamers Club will meet today from 3:00-4:00 in room 1112.  Hope to see you there.

Garden Club meets after school tomorrow from 3:00-4:30 pm. Meet in Mrs. Alburtus’s room to talk about t-shirt designs before heading down to the garden.

From the Counseling Office:

Attention Juniors/Seniors, If you are interested in learning more about Butler and North Park University they will be here this Friday.  Please come down and sign up in the counseling office to reserve a spot!

The Kalamazoo Community Foundation is holding its annual Financial Aid Night on Tuesday, September 26th at 7:00 pm.  This event will take place at KRESA in the Wile Auditorium at 1819 East Milham.  Important information to help you navigate the world of financial aid will be presented. You will learn about scholarships, grants, and loans, where to find them, how to apply and much more!

From the Athletic Department:

Last night in Girls Swimming & Diving action, your Mustangs defeated Kalamazoo Central 111-59. Great job ladies.

Congratulations to both Boys Soccer Teams for their victories over Portage Northern last night!! Great job, boys!

Announcements

For Thursday,

September 21st

Are you driving to school?  All cars parked on school grounds must be registered so please be sure to get a parking sticker at the Welcome Center to place on your windshield by the end of the week.

Thank you to all of the students who participated in float building and to the parents who donated to the Red Cross at the homecoming football game. This year’s floats and football game raised $1,400 for the Red Cross to help with Hurricane relief. Again thank you to everyone who helped make a difference in the lives of others.

The muffin cart has begun, so please bring your quarters to school with you!! Muffin cart will visit seminars (if the teacher allows) during 2nd, 3rd and 4th hours.Students may come to Mrs. Tucker’s room (#1125) in between classes to purchase muffins for only 50 cents. Thanks for your support!

After a lot of consideration, I have decided to postpone Baking Club until further notice. Sorry for the inconvenience this may cause. I will keep all students posted as the starting date of the baking club. Thank you for your interest.

Garden Club meets today after school in Mrs. Alburtus’s room from 3:00-4:30. Come join the fun!

Join PC’s very own Rotary Club! Rotary is an international volunteer organization that upholds character and leadership. Our first meeting of the year will be held next week Tuesday in Mr. Rayle’s room(1110). There will be sign-up sheets and service opportunities. Once again, Rotary meeting, next week Thursday room 1110.  See you all there!

From the Counseling Office:

Students, especially juniors, there are 2017-18 SAT and ACT student study guides in the counseling office, along with a schedule of national test dates.  These study guides are a great resource for preparing for the SAT or ACT, so stop by the counseling office and pick one up!

Attention Juniors/Seniors, If you are interested in learning more about Butler and North Park University they will be here tomorrow. If you are interested in learning more about U of Chicago, Miami University, Ferris State University, they will be here next week Tuesday.  Please come down and sign up in the counseling office to reserve a spot!

From the Athletic Department:

Attention Soccer Fans!!  Come cheer on the boys’ soccer teams tonight as they take on Stevensville Lakeshore. The JV kicks off at 5:00 and Varsity at 6:30. Go Mustangs!

Cross Country News: The women’s cross country team ran to a 4th place finish at the SMAC West jamboree. They were 1 point from 2nd place. The men’s team captured 1st place by taking 5 of the top 9 places. Great effort by the entire team battling the heat and finishing strong.

Announcements

For Friday,

September 15th

Reminder: the West Lot must be cleared today by 4:00 for marching band rehearsal prior to the game.

Freshmen and Sophomores don’t forget to get your Chromebook contracts signed by this Tuesday.  Chromebooks will only be handed out to those students who have gotten their Chromebook contracts signed.  This is important! don’t forget!

Attention Students: Tonight we celebrate homecoming at the football game to crown the prince and princesses, king and queen. But before the game, join us at the parade at 6:00 to watch the homecoming members wave by and see each float! Tonight we also find out which class has won the dress up days (at halftime) and which class created the best float. The dance will follow after the game in the commons until 11:00, you can’t get into the dance without your student ID and $5.

Sophomores:  If you purchased a class shirt, they are available to picked up today in the attendance office anytime after B lunch.

Amazing Freshman, we still need a few more of you to Volunteer for the Tug of War and Mattress Pass for today’s Games.  Look for the big FRESHMAN sign at lunch.

Rock Climbing Club will have an informational meeting on Monday in Mr. Badders Room at 3:05. We will start climbing on Tuesday!

Anime Club will be meeting in Hoffman’s room 1115 this Monday from 3:00-4:00.  Come and join us!

The first meeting for Democrats Club is this Tuesday after school in room 2122. Stop by to see what we are all about. All are welcome.

From the Counseling Office:

Juniors, listen up, important testing information about the PSAT!  The PSAT is an optional test and will be given on Saturday, October 14 here at PCHS.  Cost for this test is $20, and you must sign up in the Counseling Office.  Two reasons you might be interested in this test: the PSAT is the best preparation for the upcoming SAT that you will be taking in April 2018, and there are also scholarships associated with this test. Counselors will be coming to your 11th grade English classes soon to give you more information.  If you are interested in taking this test, please do not delay in signing up, as space is limited.

From the Athletic Department:

Congratulations goes out to the Freshman Football Team on their 20-14 win last night over Paw Paw.