Click the title to watch Pontiac Township High School’s 2014 video for Special Olympics’ “Spread the Word to End the Word.” This year’s video is titled, “My Son”.
Congratulations to the young men of the wrestling team! Stephen Richardson was named Peoria Journal Star All Area Team 2A Wrestler of the Year. He also finished All-State placing 4th at the IHSA State Wrestling Tournament. Also competing at State: Vaughn Hobart went 0-1, Jake Lanning went 2-2 and Andrew Mays went 1-2 barely missing All-State by one match. Sectional Qualifiers were Stephen Richardson, Vaughn Hobart, Jake Lanning, Levi Ransom, and Andrew Mays. The team finished 3rd in Regionals and 7th in Sectionals going 17-7 overall ranked #23 in the State. Congratulations Coach Christenson and the PTHS Wrestling Team. ...
The Pontiac High School Music Boosters are excited to announce their upcoming spaghetti dinner offered in conjunction with the presentation of “Into the Woods” by the Drama and Music Departments on Saturday, March 15. Dinner will be served from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. in the school commons. The musical begins at 7:00 p.m. in the PTHS auditorium.
Included in the meal will be spaghetti, garlic bread, salad, dessert, and drink. Cost for the musical and dinner is $15 for adults and $12 for students. Proceeds from the dinner support the many activities of the PTHS music department. Dinner tickets alone are $8. Tickets for the show are also available at the door, $9 for adults and $6 for students.
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The PTHS Band put on an outstanding musical performance last night with a touching tribute to Officer Casey Kohlmeier. Casey was former PTHS student and band member. Please be sure to visit the Pontiac Township High School’s Facebook page for videos from the performance.
On Saturday, February 22nd, 40 students, teachers, and principal plunged into the icy cold waters at Bloomington’s Miller Park. The marketing and life skills classes, peers, peer partners, and cheerleaders raised over $6000 for Special Olympics Illinois. The “Pontiac Plunging Penguins” made quite a hit with their penguin hats and most look forward to next years’ plunge.