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PTHS TO RECOGNIZE DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI SEPTEMBER 6

The 2016 Pontiac Township High School Distinguished Alumni Award Recipients will be recognized at a reception on September 6 at 7:00pm at the Eagle Theatre and Convention Center.Five Alumni have been nominated and selected. These individuals have made significant contributions in their communities and in their profession and have brought honor to Pontiac Township High School. This year’s award recipients are: Mark Schwahn ’84, Bill Diaz ’68, Ronald Fellheimer ’56, John Evvard and Ira Carrithers ‘1903.If you would like to reconnect with these individuals or if they have been a positive influence in your life, Pontiac Township High School invites to you to our Annual Distinguished...

FRESHMAN/NEW STUDENTS/TRANSFER STUDENTS REQUIREMENT FOR SCHOOL REGISTRATION

All incoming freshman, new students, and transfer students are required to have a current Illinois physical and all required  immunizations prior to school registration.  Please call us at 815-844-6113 (ext. 255/256) or email us with any questions.  You may schedule a physical and/or immunization appointment at the Livingston County Health Department at 815-844-7174, ext. 0.

NEW IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENT FOR 2017 SENIOR CLASS

A new immunization will be required for the 2016/17 school year for all seniors.  All 12th graders will be required to have a meningococcal vaccine (meningitis).   If students have already received this vaccine, it could still affect them.  If the first dose was received at 16 years of age or older, only one dose is required.  If the first dose was received before the age of 16, a second dose must be administered at least 8 weeks after the first dose.  Proof of this immunization will be required before students can register in August.  Please call us at 815-844-6113 (ext. 255/256) or email us with any...

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!

MEN AND WOMEN’S TRACK ANNOUNCE AWARD WINNERS

Congratulations to our Men and Women’s Track award winners:  Sarah Christopher – Most Valuable Runner, Ashley Harfst – Most Valuable  Field and Combined Track and Field, Meghan Heller – Delores Setterlund winner, Cameron Dawson – Most Valuable Field, Vaughn Hobart -Delores Setterlund winner, Ryan Railey -Most Improved Field Events, Zach Lee – Most Valuable,  Nate Durham – Most Improved Athlete.

MAY CHIEF ONLINE

The final edition of 2015-2016 The Chief Online is now available. Congratulations to the Class of 2016 and a good summer to all! 

MEGHAN HELLER SIGNS WITH OLIVET NAZARENE UNIVERSITY

Congratulations Meghan Heller for signing a national letter of intent to run track next year at Olivet Nazarene University.

RACHEL WATSON SIGNS WITH OLIVET NAZARENE UNIVERSITY

Congratulations Rachel Watson on signing a national letter of intent to cheer next year at Olivet Nazarene University.

COLTON BAUKNECHT SIGNS WITH NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE

Congratulations Colton Bauknecht for signing a national letter of intent to play football next year at North Central College.

SPRING SEMESTER EXAM SCHEDULE

As the Spring Semester is coming to a close, we would like to inform you of the Final Exam schedule.  The schedule provides a “make up” opportunity for students who have special circumstances that are excused in advance by the PTHS Administration.  Students are only required to be in attendance during their scheduled Final Exams.   Students may, of course, come to school during non-scheduled exam times, but they are to remain in the Commons and study quietly.  Please be advised the Cafeteria will be serving a limited menu during scheduled breaks. Wednesday, May 18 Period 1                7:55 – 9:25  (Exam) Break                     9:25 – 9:40 Period...

STUDENTS COMMIT TO STUDY AGRICULTURE

Two PTHS seniors have committed to study agriculture at Illinois State University.  Tyler Lowe, son of David & Audrey Lowe of Saunemin, will be majoring in Agriculture Business.  Jenna Leonard, daughter of Rick & Janine Leonard of Pontiac, will be majoring in Animal Science.  They have already begun their collegiate education through dual credit courses offered in the Pontiac Township High School Agriculture Department partnership with Parkland College.

LIVINGSTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT OFFERS SCHOOL AND SPORT PHYSICALS

The Livingston County Public Health Department is offering school and sports physicals for all students.  All physicals are by appointment only on Monday, June 27, July 11, July 18, and July 25.  Private Insurance or Medicaid can be billed.  Reasonable accommodations will be made for students not covered by any form of health insurance.  Call 815-844-7174, ext. 221 for an appointment

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