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CONGRATULATIONS TO STATE GOLFERS GRIFFIN, ALI & DANI GRACE

PTHS has another STATE CHAMPION in girls golf! Congratulations Freshman Dani Grace Schrock! Also, congratulations to Senior Ali Schrock who finished in 3rd! What a season for the Schrock sisters! Congratulations to Senior Griffin Nyi for finishing 9th at the boys State Golf tournament!

VISION AND HEARING SCREENING

Vision and Hearing screenings are provided annually to District 90 students at the State-mandated grade levels, as designated by the Illinois Department of Public Health. The following students are screened: all students in special education programs, students transferring into the District, and students requested by the classroom teacher.  For the 2018-2019 school year, the screenings will take place on Wednesday, October 24th and Thursday, October 25th.  If you have any concerns or wish for your child not to be screened, please submit written documentation to PTHS, Attention: Jodi...

2018 VOLLEY FOR THE CURE

Monday October, 15th at 5:30 vs. Dwight High School All proceeds go to Livingston County Cancer Fund and Susan G. Komen (50/50) This year’s event will include: clothing and button sales, donations into the game, pledge-per-dig, a bake sale, pink dilly bar sale, silent auction, 50/50 raffle, and more! ***If you would like to make a donation for the silent auction, please drop off items to PTHS by Wednesday, October 10th. Any donation is greatly appreciated! Contact Dana Knapp with any questions (dknapp@pontiac90.org)

DONATIONS BEING ACCEPTED AT TONIGHT’S VOLLEYBALL GAME – OCTOBER 4TH

At tonight’s home volleyball match with St. Joseph Odgen, we will be accepting donations at the door and the concession stand to help defray medical costs for one of their players. The player — junior, 3 sport athlete was recently diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma and is currently receiving treatment.

PTHS STUDENT HEALTH CENTER IS OFFERING FLU SHOTS

The PTHS Student Health Center is offering flu shots.  We are able to bill private insurances, as well as Medicaid.  Please let us know if you are interested in having your student receive the influenza vaccine.  Call or email the Student Health Center if you have any questions.

PTHS VOLLEYBALL ALUMNI RECOGNITION GAME OCT 18 VS. RANTOUL

Our program has made big strides in the last few years. We would like to take time to recognize the foundation—past players and coaches who wore the Orange and Blue with pride! Our freshman team will begin play at 5pm that night with the JV and Varsity teams taking the court at approximately 6 and 7pm. All past players and coaches will get in free via a pass list and will be recognized between games 1 and 2 of the varsity match. Spouses, children and fans will need to purchase a ticket ($4 for adult, $3 for school-aged children). Please pass along this information to anyone you know! RSVP to the event via phone or email to: Tami Audia 815-844-6113 x 236 or taudia@pontiac90.org

FOLLOW PTHS ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Check out PTHS on Facebook and Twitter using the icons at the top of our page or click the title of this post to follow the new athletic account, @PTHS_Indians, Mr. Kilgore, PTHS Music, the Dr. Yates Memorial Library, and the Snapping Turtles!

ROBOTICS CLUB INFORMATION

We are excited to be partnering with the Boys & Girls Club to build a robotics club. Joe Reilly, Athletic/Teen Director from the Boys & Girls Club and the coach, Allison Pratt will be here on Friday to demonstrate a robot and share information. They will be set-up in the auditorium and students may join them to hear more about this opportunity.  Below is a link to a flyer with more information. Robotics Club Team Final A

CONGRATULATIONS 2018 HOMECOMING ROYALTY!

Freshmen: Ashlyn Bernard and Sam Fogarty,  Sophomores: Camryn Mies and Kaden Thomas,  Juniors: Carmen Piña and Max Gschwendtner,  Seniors: Hannah Legner, Savannah Limberg, Josie Noonan, Elena Piña, Madison Wright, Gavin Bauknecht, Colton Clesson, Kobe Fox, Benjamin Schuler, and Eric Watson.

SEPTEMBER CHIEF AVAILABLE

Check out the school year’s first edition of the CHIEF to read about some freshmen perspectives on the start of the school year, ESPN recognizing our Special Olympics program, an inside look at what’s going on in our Fine Arts department, Upperclass Acts, and much more!     CHIEF 2018  

2018 VOLLEY FOR THE CURE: OCTOBER 15

This year’s Volley for the Cure will be held Monday October, 15th at 5:30 vs. Dwight High School. All proceeds go to Livingston County Cancer Fund and Susan G. Komen (50/50) This year’s event will include: clothing and button sales, donations into the game, pledge-per-dig, a bake sale, pink dilly bar sale, silent auction, 50/50 raffle, and more! Click the title for order forms.

PTHS RECOGNIZED AS SPECIAL OLYMPICS NATIONAL BANNER PROGRAM

Special Olympics Illinois has announced that PTHS is receiving national banner recognition as a result of meeting national standards of excellence in the areas of inclusion, advocacy and respect in our efforts to provide inclusive sports and activities for students with and without disabilities as a Unified Champion School. PTHS will be presented with a banner and be included on a list of other schools around the country who have achieved this distinguished status. PTHS has also been named the top program in Illinois by ESPN.  Click the title for the ESPN video and...

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