Announcements, Monday, 9.9.19September 9, 2019
Today is Monday, September 9 and it is an A Day.
Congratulations to the Blue Wave Cross Country Team! On Saturday the Girls Cross Country Team Won the Bradford Invitational with an almost perfect score. Overall, Juliette Palechor came in 1st, Laci Herron 2nd, Ellie Cervantes 3rd, Talia Herron 4th, and Paulina Cervantes 6th. Jocelyn Riley finished 14th, Riley Blackwelder 17th, and Anastasja Fernandez-Smith 24th.
The Boys Cross Country team had 5 finishers under 30 minutes, with Ian Flores-Rodriguez coming in 2nd overall, and Tucker Fetko finishing 25th. Davis Garrett, Luke Kovach, and Michael Dietrich also finished under 30 minutes.
All UNICEF members our school cleaning day has been changed to September 18 after school. Please remember that books donations and books cover are also due September 18.
High School Students interested in joining our photography club please plan on stopping by Ms. Johnson’s room in N building during high school lunch on Thursday! We will make plans for our off campus photo shoot adventures for the 1st Semester. You do not need to own a camera to participate! See you Thursday!
Middle School Junior Art Honors Society will meet Wednesday during lunch to discuss membership, art ,and community projects for the 1st Semester! See you in Ms. Johnson’s room in N building on Wednesday!
Do you have brothers, sisters, cousins, parents, aunts, uncles, or even grandparents who went to PK, too? Our yearbook wants to feature PK families this year. Check out the link on the yearbook page and fill out the survey if you want to be a part of the PK Families page in the yearbook!
Middle School Members of National Junior Honor Society
Please bring your lunch to the west side of the cafeteria this Friday to have our first meeting. We will welcome new members and begin planning our booth for the carnival.
THESPIANS: We are in full swing for district IE’s . All events must be registered with Ms. Snyder by September 16th. Go Thespians!
The Bloodmobile will be at PK TOMORROW from 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM. Anyone 16 years of age or older is encouraged to donate. All donors must show a picture ID in order to donate. 16 year old donors must have written parental consent in order to donate. Parental consent forms are available in the front office. See Dr. Geiger to sign up for the blood drive during lunch on Monday, September 9th.
There will be a Boys’ Varsity Soccer Interest Meeting: TODAY room M-345 (Dr. De Leon’s room), during lunch, for high school students.
If you want to engage in academic state competitions in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math), please join our Creative Diversity Club. We will have our first meeting TOMORROW room M-345 (Dr. De Leon’s room), at lunch, for high school students.
PLEASE make sure you clean up your areas after lunch. Litter that you leave behind often ends up in our Creek, leading to pollution and endangerment of the wildlife in the area. PLEASE be a responsible PKY student and clean up after yourself.
Attention high schoolers: Are you interested in upping your fighting game skills? Think you already have what it takes? Have you ever wanted to learn old-school card games like rummy and hearts? Want to learn to play dominoes? Dice games like Flat Busted? TOMORROW at 2:30 the Tournament Arc club will be meeting in Mr. Mathien’s room, Q-506. We’ll discuss club guidelines, activities, and what the club is all about. Come visit after school to learn more~
Art club begins Thursday, September 12th after school, and will meet every Thursday until 4pm. All High schoolers interested in making art and sharing their skills are welcome. Come create with us!
National Art Honor Society also begins Thursday the 12th, and will meet every Thursday during high school lunch.
Come out and support the Swim and Dive team tonight at Northeast pool for their meet against Buchholz High School. Diving begins at 3:30 and swimming begins at 5:30.
Key Club is holding a hurricane relief drive through Friday, September 27th. Please bring in donations of baby items, metal nails, toiletries, feminine hygiene products, blankets, batteries, canned goods, and gallons of water to Mr. Lemstrom in K-332 or Ms. Andrews in O-362.Back to Announcements >