Announcements, TuesdayMarch 7, 2017
The March Scholarship Letter is now available! You can find it on: the high school counseling page of the school website, the Student Government Twitter, or the School Counseling Twitter.
If you are interested in taking the ASVAB, it will be offered at P.K. Yonge on March 29th at 2:45 PM in the Community Classroom. Please let Ms. Bryen know if you plan on attending.
Congratulations to the Lacrosse team on their win against Rickards HS last night, 18-1. Come out and support the team tonight against Sandalwood. PK students get in for free!
Coleman Tadrowski, and Eric Smith led the boys track team to a 3rd place finish at the Wille Williams Invitational meet in Tallahassee. Coleman finished 1st in the mile and 2 mile run, Eric was 1st in the discus and 2nd in the shot put.
Cheerleaders will be selling $1.00 sno-cones on Tuesdays and Thursday’s right after school at the cafeteria all spring. Please come out and support the cheerleading program!
Good Luck to our Boys’ Tennis Team at GHS today at 3:30 pm.
Good Luck to our Lacrosse Team vs. Sandalwood (H) tonight at 6:00 pm.
Good Luck to our Varsity Baseball Team at Keystone Heights today at 7:00 pm.
Registration for the Men’s Volleyball Game will now be open for this week. Habitat for Humanity Club members will be registering people during high school lunch in front of the cafeteria. The cost is $5.00 and all players will receive a T-shirt. Sign up quickly because spots are limited!
There will be a mandatory meeting of all students attending the Marine Science trip to Key Largo, today during lunch in Ms. Andrews’ room O-362. All participants, please plan to attend, and please be prompt.
The National Junior Honor Society will meet today during lunch in Dr. Cordero’s room I -110.
Health Smart Campaign
Today’s Health Smart Reminder: Water has a bigger impact on our bodies than just quenching our thirst. When we don’t drink enough water, we can quickly become dehydrated, which can have a negative impact on our mood, energy levels and ability to think clearly. Researchers at the University of Connecticut’s Human Performance Laboratory discovered that even mild dehydration can cause people to feel anxious, tense or tired, affecting their ability to perform cognitive tasks and cope with stress throughout the day.
National Breakfast Week
National Breakfast Week – Students in MS and HS who get breakfast here at school in the mornings are eligible to win a fit bit, I tunes Gift Card or movie tickets. Please come eat breakfast!
Odyssey Of The Mind
We have a clarification for the Odyssey of the Mind Regional results. Our second High School team has also qualified for state to represent PKY and the Manatee Region at State Competition held at University of Central Florida in Orlando. Both our high schools teams will advance to State. Congratulations to team members: Zane Vesper, Luke Sechrest, Matthew Crews, Scotland Silvey, Brianna Weller, Patrick Weller, and Samantha White. Coaches: Mr. and Mrs. Weller. Go Blue Wave!
Reminder this is Peace Week: on Friday, March 10th we ask that you wear white as we host our first “Wall Breaking” ceremony, where we will tear down the wall of war in our school and leave up the wall of peace.
Congratulations to Emily Bloom and Alex Barba on receiving the Hippodrome Observance Scholarship for HAMLET! They will witness designer presentations, the cast table read of the script, and rehearsals. Their Observership culminates with a preview performance and post-show discussion with the cast and creative team! Congratulations, Emily and Alex!
You’ve seen the posters around campus. The talent is fierce. WHO WILL BE OUR NEW PK IDOL!!??
Come to the Performing Arts Center at 6:00 on Thursday to see our talent contest, PK IDOL!
$5 at the door to get in.
Throw your change in the bucket of your favorite performer, and you will see who is crowned this years’ PK IDOL 2017!
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