Daily Bulletin

TODAY IS FRIDAY, MARCH 13 - WHITE DAY  (Yes, two white days in a row! It's a make-up snow day.)  

STUDENT OF THE DAY: Chris Bizzle, nominated by Mrs. Metzger for his kindness and empathy. Although he did not know a student, he escorted her to the counseling office to speak with someone, then came back later to check to make sure she was ok. Congratulations! Pick up your free cookie coupon in Reception. 

STUDENT BIRTHDAYS: Pfewana Tulay, Stefan Meier, Alejandra Christian, Miranda Lamunyon and Olivia Von Behren


SPRING BREAK BIRTHDAYS: Happy Birthday to all staff and students who will be celebrating birthdays during Spring Break.

Senior Day of Service forms are due by the end of the day.  To get a blank form or turn in a completed form, please go to room 101. 

Park Hill Professional Studies

Did you apply to Park Hill Professional Studies?  If you submitted an application to your school counselor, thank you for your interest!  An email was sent on 3/12/2020, to student email accounts, with more information on our next steps.  Every student that submitted an application will undergo a professional interview.  Interviews take place during school hours and at your home high schools.  Students, please look for an email after spring break with more details on when we will interview in your home schools.  If you have any further questions, please contact Sarah McQuinn.

Juniors and seniors: Take a look at the list of colleges/universities who will be visiting Park Hill this month. Visiting with these representatives is a great way to “get their toes wet” when first investigating a school for your future.

VISIT DAY               TIME BLOCK               SCHOOL                                            SCHOOL LOCATION

Mon 4/6               1:30 p.m. 4th            Northern Arizona University               Flagstaff AZ

Tues 4/7               1:30 p.m. 4th            Stephens College                                  Columbia MO

Tues 4/14             9:30 a.m. 2nd           Northern Illinois University                 DeKalb, IL

Dr. Kincheloe's message for the 2019-2020 school year: PERSIST UNTIL YOU SUCCEED.