Daily Bulletin

TODAY IS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1 - WHITE DAY - GROUP A                                                                          

STUDENTS OF THE DAY: Ashtin Umstattd, Sophia Swavey, Sarah Garbriel and Maddox Bane, nominated by Mrs. Jarman-Sandau, for coming to school on a Sunday to decorate the display case to welcome students back to school. Congratulations!

STUDENT BIRTHDAYS: Molly Fink, Cierra Stine-Atkinson, Christopher Appel, Ainsley Stevens, and Mahlet Shiferaw

STAFF BIRTHDAYS: None

Please rise and join me for the Pledge of Allegiance.

ATTENTION SENIORS! Please check the lists posted outside the Library and Upper Gym for your testing locations for Tuesday, October 6th’s ACT. If you have any questions about your testing location please stop by Student Services.

On Tuesday, October 6 all seniors (both hybrid and online) will report to PHHS ready to begin testing at our regularly scheduled start time of 7:50 am. The schedule for the week has changed for all 9-12 hybrid students so please be aware of what days you will be in attendance.

Seniors: Jostens Virtual Senior Class Meetings are scheduled for October 15 and 16. Graduation Announcements and Cap/Gown information will be presented at this time. Keep an eye out for more detailed information coming from Ms. Corten and Ms. Holmes.

The last chance to get your parking sticker will be today and tomorrow from 7:00 - 7:40 and from 3:00 - 3:30. Parking stickers will not be distributed during the school day. Bring your current proof of insurance, registration and driver's license to the Activities window in the 20's hallway.

SENIORS: If you missed getting your yearbook photo taken this past summer please call Reed Portrait Group at 816-436-5550 to schedule an appointment. You must schedule by November 30 to make it in the yearbook.

The Platte County Health Department is offering flu shots for middle and high school students at the Congress Middle School gym from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on October 21. Please complete the form on the PHHS website, attach a copy of your insurance card and return it to our school nurse by October 7.

 

Dr. Kincheloe’s message for the 2020-2021 school year: BE A DIFFERENCE MAKER