Announcements, Thursday 2/14February 14, 2019
Today is Thursday, February 14th and it is a B Day. Happy Valentine’s Day!
Come out to support the Lady Wave Basketball team for their regional semifinals game at home on TONIGHT night at 7 PM. The Boys Varsity Team will play in the District Final on Friday night in Maclay at 7 PM. Go Blue Wave!
TECA day (Taquitos, Empanadas, Croquetas and Arepas) is TODAY after school. This event supports the Hispanic Honor Society.
PK Students: The National Junior Honor Society is collecting items to create Busy Bags for children with extended hospital stays at Shands. We are collecting coloring books, crayons, playdough, puzzles, Saduko, and word puzzle books. If you would like to help kids at Shands beat the boredom of extended hospital stays please bring some of these items to Mrs. Beckett’s classroom in I-109.
Middle School Students interested in Photography and Clay be sure to stop by Ms. Johnson’s art room to join the art club for the upcoming sessions!
Photography Club for Middle School begins February 18!
Attention students! The College Information and Readiness Club is holding a contest for all you Valentine’s Day lovers! To enter, you must write a love letter to anything or person and give it to Ms. Bryen by TODAY. The club will judge based on 4 categories: funniest, most romantic, best overall, and most unique. The winner of each category will be awarded with one of four amazing prizes, which includes free pizza. Interested? Then get creative!
Attention high school students: PK Yonge will be competing at the annual Chemathon competition at the University of Florida this coming April. The competition includes a written test, a “Quiz Bowl” style competition against other schools, tours of chemistry research labs at UF, and an exciting chemistry demonstration at the end of the day. Any student in grades 10-12 who has already taken or is currently taking chemistry and is interested in participating should let Mr. McCrea know by the end of the week.
Juul Fact of the Day:
Children and adults have been poisoned by swallowing, breathing, or absorbing e-cigarette liquid through their skin or eyes. Vaping and Juuling are strictly prohibited on campus and at school-sponsored events. Students who engage in these activities are risking their health, the health of the young children on our campus, as well as severe discipline, up to expulsion from P. K. Yonge. Be smart, Blue Wave.Back to Announcements >