2/23 Student Bulletin


February 23, 2022

Breakfast/Lunch for Thursday:
Breakfast – Biscuit & Sausage Gravy or Cereal, Fresh Fruit, Milk or Juice
Lunch – Spanish Rice, Carrots, Fruit, Milk
Alternate – Ham Sandwich

Hat Day for 8th Grade, 9th Grade and 12th Grades: The 8th, 9th & 12th grade classes earned a reward today with a “Hat Day” for PBS Panther P.R.ID.E. points. Good job!!

Congratulations: Congratulations to Benaiah Hodges and Madilyn Kuester who received 4th & 5th place individual awards last night and to our Jr. High Scholar Bowl team who placed 2nd in their match at Jamestown yesterday. Great job everyone!!

Back Packs, Hats & Hoods: Students, please remember that Back Packs are to be kept in your locker or on the shelves by the lockers, they are not to be carried from room to room! Hats & Hoods are not to be worn inside the building. These rules have been set and they are in the Student Handbook. We appreciate you following them.

Donuts for Dad: Our Elementary “Donuts for Dad” is scheduled for Tuesday, March 1st from 7:30 to 8:00 a.m.

Hat Day: Don’t forget your PBS Panther P.R.I.D.E. Hat Day this Friday, Feb. 25th. Pay $1.00 and wear your hat all day.

Food Containers: Please make sure you bring in a paper plate or something you can warm your food in the microwave. The kitchen has run out of the “boats” that are usually handed out and cannot get anymore at this time.

Yearbook/Newspaper Class for 2022-2023: Anyone interested in doing Yearbook or Newspaper next year will need to pick up an application from Mrs. Nave. All applications must be turned in to Mrs. Nave by Monday, Feb. 28th.

Advisory Meeting Days for February: The advisory meeting schedule for January is as follows:
Thursday, Feb. 24th Class Meetings w/Advisory Teacher

Panther P.R.I.D.E. Dress-Up Days: The PBS/Panther P.R.I.D.E. Dress-up Days are as follows:
Friday, Feb. 25th Hat Day – Give $1.00 and Wear your hat all day

PHS Events for Feb. 21st – Feb. 25th: District Basketball at Pilot Grove – Feb. 19th – 24th

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