Daily Announcements

Daily announcements are read over our PA at approximately 10:25 each day to our students, then they are posted here by approximately 11 am.  If you’d like to have them emailed directly to your inbox or if you have any general questions or comments regarding announcements, please contact Brenda Marsh at 323-5466.

Click any of these links to read the most recent announcements for that weekday:

Monday 3 June 2019

PARENTS   Parents Compass is still looking for a few helping hands with the staff luncheon on Tuesday June 11 – see their SignupGenius for details:  https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0C4EA9AB23A1F94-desserts

Athletic Physicals will be offered here TONIGHT June 3 from 6-7pm for just $25.  You can pick up a form from the athletic office or print from our website on the Athletics page.  It must be signed by a parent in order to get a physical, and payment must accompany the form.

Empowered Club will meet tomorrow morning and corrected Black History Month t-shirts will be available at the meeting before the bell in Mrs. Thorpe’s room. If you participated in the assembly, please come to the meeting.

JUNIORS  you are sort of seniors now and your first task…design your Class of 2020 t-shirt. Submit your designs by Friday, June 7 to Mrs. Dixon via email or to her room 2.132. Designs submitted will be emailed out for voting and you’ll be able to order your class shirt  to pick up at the club fair on the first day of your senior year! So get designing!!!! You have one week!

Superfans Juniors, if you might be interested in heading up or being a part of Superfans next year, stay after school for a meeting on Wednesday in CommRoom B.  

Fall Sports Information:

Cheer Team tryouts will be Monday Tuesday and Wednesday 6-8pm in the Doghouse.  

Women’s Golf  info meeting Tuesday June 4 at 6pm in Room 2.120 with Coach Andrews

Men’s Tennis info meeting for interested players and parents Thursday, June 6, 6:30pm in Community Room A.

Cross Country 2nd info meeting Wednesday June 5, 7pm in the Community Rooms. If you were unable to attend the first meeting, make sure that you attend this one.

Wrestling interested in next year’s season?  Meet inf Coach Furlong’s room before or after school on Wednesday to receive your summer calendar.  Must be there also to receive Las Vegas information.

Service Hours  If you are interested in volunteering at the Portage District Library this summer, they are holding a 2nd training session on Tuesday.  See the Community Service page on our website for details.

Tuesday 4 June 2019

PARENTS   Parents Compass is still looking for a few helping hands with the staff luncheon on Tuesday June 11 – see their SignupGenius for details:  https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0C4EA9AB23A1F94-desserts

Thursday IS ‘LOCKER CLEAN-OUT’ DAY – you will be excused via P.A. during one of your classes and will have 10 minutes. THIS IS YOUR TIME TO TOSS OUT ALL THE ‘JUNK’ that has somehow collected in your locker this past year.  There will be Large Trash Barrels placed on each floor for you to use. REMOVE ALL SIGNS, PICTURES & TAPE. If there is stuff you still need to keep in your locker for exams, that’s fine, just be sure it’s empty before you leave for the summer.  If you find a school book that you forgot to turn in return it to the rightful owner. Be sure they know you returned it or you’ll be getting a bill from the school to pay for it. If you can’t remember your combo, look for an administrator who will be on each floor to help you out.  And whatever is left on June 13th will be tossed.

JUNIORS  we have 5 shirt designs submitted so far and more can still be turned in for you to vote on next week! Get creative…they don’t have to be orange…you are the Class of 2020, perfect vision…News show, 20/20 READ ALL ABOUT THE NEWS!!! Create a slogan, BE SUPREME, pick a fad, be fashionable, be funny….make a design for the HUSKIES for your Senior year at PNHS and submit it to Mrs. Dixon by this Friday, June 7 either at [email protected] or to room 2.132.

Huskie Den  With the school year coming to an end and the start of summer rapidly approaching stop by the Huskie Den during 2nd lunch this week to get some new comfy clothes to show that Husky pride while you’re out and about this summer, with merchandise that is 50% and 25% off!

Superfans Juniors, if you might be interested in heading up or being a part of Superfans next year, stay after school for a meeting on Wednesday in CommRoom B.  

Varsity Baseball won its 6th District Title in 7 years by beating St. Joe 11-2 and then Mattawan 9-1 in the Finals on Saturday. Leading the way for the Huskies were Cam French who blasted a grand slam in the championship game, along with Nolan McCarthy and Parker Brey adding home runs on the day. Cam French and Xander Morris pitched masterful games picking up the wins. The team extends its record breaking year win total to 34-7. The next game is Regionals at Mattawan this Wednesday at 5PM.

Fall Sports Information:

Women’s Golf  info meeting for golfers and parents TONIGHT June 4 at 6pm in Andrews’ room 2.120.

Men’s Tennis info meeting for players and parents Thursday, June 6, 6:30pm in Community Room A.

Cross Country 2nd info meeting Wednesday June 5, 7pm in the Community Rooms. If you were unable to attend the first meeting, make sure that you attend this one.

Wrestling interested in next year’s season?  Meet in Coach Furlong’s room before or after school on Wednesday to receive your summer calendar.  Must be there also to receive Las Vegas information.

 

Wednesday 5 June 2019

LOCKER CLEAN-OUT is tomorrow.  We will excuse you by grade over the PA during 1st, 2nd and 3rd hours, and you will have 10 minutes to toss out all the junk that has somehow collected in your locker.

  • Remove all signs, pictures and tape.  
  • If there is stuff you still need to keep in your locker for exams, that’s fine, just be sure it’s empty before you leave for the summer.  
  • If you find a school book that you forgot to turn in return it to the rightful owner.   Be sure they know you returned it or you’ll be getting a bill from the school to pay for it.  
  • If you can’t remember your combo, look for an administrator who will be on each floor to help you out.  
  • And whatever is left on June 13th will be tossed.

JUNIORS  we have 5 shirt designs submitted so far and more can still be turned in for you to vote on next week! Get creative…they don’t have to be orange…you are the Class of 2020, perfect vision…News show, 20/20 READ ALL ABOUT THE NEWS!!! Create a slogan, BE SUPREME, pick a fad, be fashionable, be funny….make a design for the HUSKIES for your Senior year at PNHS and submit it to Mrs. Dixon by this Friday, June 7 either at [email protected] or to room 2.132.

Exam Week Monday Tuesday and Wednesday of exam week we will dismiss at 11:50am with neighborhood buses leaving at 12:10.  Neighborhood bus maps will be posted in the main office windows as well as on our homepage. Find your street on the maps to determine which bus you should ride.  As always, if you have a seminar, you do not need to report to school for that exam period. If you must be on site due to transportation issues, you can work quietly in the Lower Commons.   

Exam Week in the Cafe  The Huskie Café will be open for breakfast all four days next week.  Grab and go lunches will be offered just Monday and Tuesday from 11:50 am – 12:30 pm.   You will be able to use the money on your food service account or cash to purchase lunch.

Huskie Den  With the school year coming to an end and the start of summer rapidly approaching stop by the Huskie Den during 2nd lunch this week to get some new comfy clothes to show that Husky pride while you’re out and about this summer, with merchandise that is 50% and 25% off!

Community Service  PPS Summer Learning Camp is looking for high school students who may be interested in volunteer hours this summer.  Summer Learning Camp is in session from July 8th- August 8th, Monday-Thursday 8:30-12:00. Contact Tristan Wilke at [email protected] for more information.

Superfans Juniors, if you might be interested in heading up or being a part of Superfans next year, stay after school for a meeting on Wednesday in CommRoom B.  

Fall Sports Information:

Cross Country 2nd info meeting TODAY June 5, 7pm in the Community Rooms.

Men’s Tennis info meeting for players and parents Thursday, June 6, 6:30pm in Community Room A.

Wrestling if you weren’t able to attend this morning’s meeting in Furlong’s room, stop by after school to receive your summer calendar and information about the Las Vegas trip.

Women’s Swimming  pick up a informational flyer in the athletic office.

Thursday 6 June 2019

Yearbook distribution is TODAY!!!!   If you have a green ticket, stop in Wangler’s room anytime during the 5th hour span or after school today.  If you have a orange ticket, pick up your book in the Commons during both lunches.

Lost and Found  check in the hall by the main office to see if any of that good stuff is yours before it’s all gone.

JUNIORS  we have 5 shirt designs submitted so far and more can still be turned in for you to vote on next week! Get creative…they don’t have to be orange…you are the Class of 2020, perfect vision…News show, 20/20 READ ALL ABOUT THE NEWS!!! Create a slogan, BE SUPREME, pick a fad, be fashionable, be funny….make a design for the HUSKIES for your Senior year at PNHS and submit it to Mrs. Dixon by this Friday, June 7 either at [email protected] or to room 2.132.

Exam Week Monday Tuesday and Wednesday of exam week we will dismiss at 11:50am with neighborhood buses leaving at 12:10.  Neighborhood bus maps will be posted in the main office windows as well as on our homepage. Find your street on the maps to determine which bus you should ride.  As always, if you have a seminar, you do not need to report to school for that exam period. If you must be on site due to transportation issues, you can work quietly in the Lower Commons.   

Exam Week in the Cafe  The Huskie Café will be open for breakfast all four days next week.  Grab and go lunches will be offered just Monday and Tuesday from 11:50 am – 12:30 pm.  You will be able to use the money on your food service account or cash to purchase lunch.

Huskie Den  Tomorrow is the last day to get a clearance bargain on Huskie swag in the Den.  They will be open today 2nd lunch.

Community Service  PPS Summer Learning Camp is looking for high school students who may be interested in volunteer hours this summer.  Summer Learning Camp is in session from July 8th- August 8th, Monday-Thursday 8:30-12:00. Contact Tristan Wilke at [email protected] for more information.

Varsity Baseball team continued its postseason dominance last night by beating Dexter 10-0 in Regionals. Cam French was masterful again on the mound picking up his 9th win of the season against no losses. Tyler Helgeson, Zach Quinn, Greg Lapetina, Malcolm Gaynor and Nolan McCarthy all had multiple hits including a monster bomb by Nolan. The team now has 35 wins on the season and plays Grand Ledge this Saturday at 10AM at Kalamazoo College.

Fall Sports Information:

   Men’s Tennis info meeting for players and parents TONIGHT June 6 at 6:30pm in Community Room A.

   Women’s Swimming  pick up a informational flyer in the athletic office.

Friday 7 June 2019

Today is our last full day of school – can you even believe it?? We don’t do announcements during exam week, so unless something new and urgent arises, this will be your last edition for the school year. We consider it an honor and our pleasure to teach and generally hang out with your children each day and will miss them over the break. From all of us here at PNHS, have a safe summer full of fun, relaxation, connection and rejuvenation! ——BMarsh

Scheduling  While we don’t release final schedules until August, counselors are already working conflicts for next year.  Please be sure to checking your school email regularly these next couple of week especially, as your counselors might be reach out to you.

EARNBACKTIME  Huskies, tomorrow is it!!  Your LAST chance to earn back time.  8am tomorrow morning – Do Not Be Late or you will NOT be let in the door.  You may not earn back any time during exam week – we are not kidding that tomorrow is your last chance – lower commons, 8am-noon.

Yearbooks  Pick up your yearbook today during both lunches! Monday will be the last day to pick up your yearbook, from 1-4 in Ms. Wangler’s Room, 3.123.  So if you don’t grab it today or Monday, you’ll have to wait until next fall to get your copy! Also, if you didn’t order one in advance, there are 23 extra copies left of the 2019 edition of the Yearbook. Come see Ms. Wangler in 3.123 to discuss purchasing a copy- $75 cash or check! Please email or talk to Ms. Wangler prior to bringing money in because it is a first come, first serve basis!   

Lost and Found  check in the hall by the main office to see if any of that good stuff is yours before it’s all gone.

Library Books were due on Monday, but the nice Media Center staff have a long list of overdue books and fines.  Get yours taken care of now so it doesn’t follow you into next year.

JUNIORS – this is your last day to submit designs for YOUR senior t-shirt. You are the class or 2020 Huskies – be creative, include your year, huskies, 2020 is news show, the start of a new decade…send something, send anything! Monday you will receive a GoogleForm ballot to vote on your class t-shirt so ANY JUNIOR, submit your designs TODAY by 5pm to Mrs. Dixon today to 2.132 or [email protected] The winning design receives a free SENIOR t-shirt!

Congratulations to the Women’s Tennis Team for making the All State Academic Achievement.  Also, Congratulations to Francesca Riehl for making All SMAC Conference 1st Team and Angelina Riehl, Nina Sharma and Maya Sharma for making All SMAC Conference Honorable Mention.

Women’s Volleyball   If you are interested in participating in volleyball this fall please look at the volleyball website linked on the PN Athletics page. You will find the schedule for conditioning, team camp, scrimmages and tryout information. This will continue to be updated during the summer. We are looking forward to seeing you! Go Huskies!!!!

Exam Week Monday Tuesday and Wednesday of exam week we will dismiss at 11:50am with neighborhood buses leaving at 12:10.  Neighborhood bus maps will be posted in the main office windows as well as on our homepage. Find your street on the maps to determine which bus you should ride.  As always, if you have a seminar, you do not need to report to school for that exam period. If you must be on site due to transportation issues, you can work quietly in the Lower Commons.   

Exam Week in the Cafe  The Huskie Café will be open for breakfast all four days next week.  Grab and go lunches will be offered just Monday and Tuesday from 11:50 am – 12:30 pm.  You will be able to use the money on your food service account or cash to purchase lunch.