Announcements, Tuesday

October 17, 2017

Good morning, Blue Wave.  Today is Tuesday, October 17th and it is a B Day!


The entire student body, faculty, and staff is invited to wear orange and blue Thursday as a show of unity and our commitment to promoting peace, love, and justice.

Make-up photo day will be Monday, October 23rd from 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM in the library. Students and staff who missed the initial photo day should plan to stop in during their lunch or power hour. Additional order forms are available in the main office.

All members participating in Poetry Out Loud will meet again on October 26.  You must come ready with two poems memorized and ready to present.

All China travelers please come to K-330 (Mr. Magura’s room) today during power hour.

Ladies and Gentleman! Children of all ages!  Get your tickets NOW for the fall play, DRACULA!  Performances are October 26th-28th at 7:00 and 2:00 pm. Come to DRACULA, for the fright of your life!  Muah, ha, ha!

Team spots are still open for the 16-team, 3-on-3 Waverunner Basketball Tournament. Registration is $7 per person. Five people must be on each team. For those who have already signed up, please see Jerome Reed as soon as possible to pay for entry! For sign-up details, Jerome and Judah Carroll. The tournament will be held on Saturday, November 4th.

Auditions for Pippin are just two weeks away. Sign up for your audition time slot on the PKY website. Go to the Spring Musical page where you will find audition materials, individual roles, the ensemble, and a link to sign up. There will be a help session during power hour on Thursday, October 19th in Dr. Harris room in the PAC, room #104A. Whatever your talent is, this show has a place for you!  Questions? See Dr. Harris or Mrs. Snyder

School Counseling:

The October Scholarship Newsletter is available! There are many scholarships for seniors, so please visit the PK Yonge website or the School Counseling Twitter to take a look!

Juniors and Seniors! Look for an email coming your way regarding the free SAT in November for Alachua County students. If your parent/guardian does not receive this email and you would like to take advantage of the opportunity, please come see Ms. Bryen before October 25th.

One of the first activities of middle school ARK Club (acts of random kindness) was the kindness rock project.  If you find one of these rocks, we hope it brightens your day.  And we hope you pay it forward by relocating the rock to new location, off campus or on.   #PKYROCKS

 The FREE meals for students will expire this week. Please be advised that if you are on paid or reduced status, you will be charged for meals starting on Monday, October 23rd. Please make sure that you have money in your account to cover your meals.

 Power Hour:

All SADD members: There will a meeting Thursday, 10/19.  All members please plan on attending, as we will be prepping for Red Ribbon Week, which is scheduled for October 23rd-27th.

HS Offerings:

  • Mu Alpha Theta
  • Science Olympiad
  • Mindfulness & Meditation
  • Marine Science

 HS Office Hours:

  • Perez
  • Linne
  • Moody
  • Boehm
  • Santiago
  • McCrea
  • Lemstrom
  • Boulware
  • Beyer
  • Meyers

 MS Offerings:

  • MS Robotics
  • Science Olympiad
  • Yoga

 MS Office Hours:

  • Breil
  • Pringle
  • Mundorf
  • Cheveallier
  • Brown
  • Beckett

Today the library is open for 7th and 10th graders.


 Congratulations to the Boys Golf Team for winning Districts for the 3rd year in a row.  Jake Davis placed 2nd overall, narrowly losing in a playoff.

 Girls’ soccer try-outs will be held again today on the top field from 3pm – 4:30pm.

Please stand for the Pledge:

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

Have a great day!


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