Follow our PTHS wrestlers that will be competing at the IHSA 2A Wrestling Sectionals today and tomorrow. Representing the Indians will be Kevin Gschwendtner (#4 ranked in state), Jake Lanning (#4 ranked in state), and Levi Ransom (#6 ranked in the state), and Payton Pulliam (Alternate).
To view the results of the tournament or go to trackwrestling.com / click browse / click tournaments / search = IHSA Sectionals 2A @ Washington.
Using 100% donations and fundraising, a Varsity team room was redesigned. With no district budget funds used, we are thankful to the following: Boys & Girls Basketball, Volleyball, PTHS Sports Boosters, Humiston-Byrne Trusts, and Pontiac Sixty Sixers. Those who worked on the project up to this point include Marty Walsberg Construction, Wright’s Furniture, and Eddie Trainor.
Enjoy selections from the Concert Choir, our women’s ensembles, our men’s choir, barbershop quartet, and vocal jazz choir! This concert focuses on selections from the 80’s! Enjoy music from Vocal Jazz, Pop and Musical Theatre! Also featured are soloists who earned Superior Ratings at our Solo & Ensemble Contest. Come and be treated to an evening of toe-tapping music that you’re bound to recognize and love from radio, T.V., Film and Stage!
The concert starts at 7pm and tickets are $3 for adults, free for students and those with the Golden Age Pass.
Help the Lady Indians build upon a history of excellence by joining the RBI club! Pledge per RBI or make a flat donation to purchase equipment, send players to camp, and make the softball experience fun and memorable.
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Autism Awareness shirts start at $10 for children and adults up to XL.
Please contact Susie Studebaker at firstname.lastname@example.org by February 12 to order.
Thank you for supporting Autism Awareness.
The PTHS Sports Boosters Draw Down will be held Saturday, March 12 at the Pontiac Elks Club with dinner at 6:00 PM, followed by the draw down at 7:00 and dancing at 9:00 . A $60 ticket will be good for 2 people and a chance to win $1000. Other prizes will be given but not guaranteed for everyone and you need not be present to win. If interested in getting a ticket, stop by the Athletic Office.
Seven Pontiac Township High School music students were recently named All-State musicians by the Illinois Music Educators Association. The students were selected by audition from over 11,000 student musicians in the state. Selected to attend and perform in Peoria in the All-State Choirs were Alex Coan, Jeremiah Rowland, Jeffrey Elem, Logan Mies, and Brandi Mueller. Selected for the All-State Band were Danika Mayback and Eric Campbell.
The students will perform on Saturday, January 31st in the Peoria Civic Center at 1:00 p.m. The concert is open to the public and admission is $5.00.
Everyone is invited to PTHS at 6:30 on February 3 for a prescription pill and heroin awareness forum featuring Tim Ryan and a Q&A session with members of law enforcement, medicine, and service agencies, brought to you by Seth Uphoff, the Pontiac Police Department, and OSF St. James.
Student Council’s annual Red Cross Blood Drive is taking place Friday, February 12. The Red Cross is very much in need of donors, and if you are interested in donating blood during your Academic Learning Center hour, please sign up with Mr. Blair. As an incentive to donate, all seniors who donate blood will be put into a drawing for a scholarship that will be announced at Awards Night this May! Check out the attached flyer for more information.
Olivia Welshans’ Voice of Democracy essay, “My Vision for America,” was the winner in Livingston County and Department judging through the VFW. She will be going to the Department of Illinois VOD weekend in Springfield on Feb 12th. A banquet will be held on February 13th where the State winner will be announced. The State winner goes on to National judging in Washington D.C. Please congratulate Olivia on her achievement.