Please come out to the Mr. Indian contest this Sunday, September 21 at 5pm in the PTHS Auditorium. Tickets are $3 for students and $5 for adults.
All proceeds go to the United Way of Pontiac.
Flu shots/flu mist are available for students in the PTHS Student Health Center. Consents must be signed by parents/guardians. If you have insurance that will cover the cost of immunizations, we can bill your insurance company-please include a copy of your insurance card. If you have Kid Care/Public Aid, we can also bill them-please include a copy of your medical card. If you do not have insurance, the cost of the immunization is $16.00, which needs to be paid at the time of the immunization.
Please call our office if you have any questions: 815-844-6113, extension 255 or 256.
Welcome back, PTHS, to another year of The Chief Online! This month’s issue features many exciting articles, including the recent activities of many of your favorite clubs, interviews with students, and links to view students working with a Kung Fu motivational speaker and creating a broadcast at the University of Illinois. Send an email to our advice columnist or buy tickets to the Bill Cook show on September 20th – The Chief Online is informative and interactive. Thanks for reading!
Saturday night marching bands performed for a great crowd at Williamson Field during the eleventh annual Indian Showdown. Twenty visiting bands and the PTHS Marching Indians provided a great night of entertainment. The event, hosted by the PTHS Music Department and Music Boosters, saw the Washington Community High School Marching Panthers named recipients of the Tom and Laura Ramseyer Grand Champion trophy for their show, “The Return of the King – music from the Broadway Musical The Lion King.”
Saturday afternoon began with schools participating in marching show clinics provided by marching band experts on the practice fields at PTHS. Each band was given an hour clinic on their individual shows. This...
Reminder to all parents and guardians: PTHS accepts online payments for food service with a minimum payment of $5.00. Login to your Family Access account today and click on Make a Payment under the Food Service tab to begin using our convenient service.
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 2014-2015 school year, the screenings will take place on Wednesday, October 1st and Thursday, October 2nd. If you have any concerns or wish for your child not to be screened, please submit written documentation to PTHS, Attention: Susan Verdun.