Daily Bulletin

Today is WEDNESDAY, January 17th.

It is a BLACK day.


Michael Allen
Erik Bergstrom
Grant Bergstrom
Joseph Ford
Wainer Hadley
Eryn Kennedy
Caleb Richards
Jackson Schneider
Alx Wessol



Chicken Nuggets w/ Hot Roll
Three- Cheese Baked Rotini

 Premium Meal: Mini Calzone Trio w/Marinara Sauce


Doyou need a tutor?

A+tutors are available during Tutorials to help you improve your skills.
Stop by the A+ Office, we have students waiting to tutor those that need help.

Ellis Foundation Scholarships

The Ellis Foundation Scholarship – awards up to $8,000 to 12-15 Park Hill South Seniors. Applicants must have a minimum 3.5 GPA and a minimum 25 ACT composite. The applicant must attend one of the Ellis Foundation’s participating colleges (see website). www.theellisfoundation.org  Deadline is February 15th!

Dual Credit Dates for 2nd Semester!

  • January 17th and 24th: Accuplacer Testing (This is for eligibility of you do not have ACT scores needed)
  • January 26th: Completed Dual Credit paperwork due to Ms. Chambers in PHS Counseling!
  • February 12th-16th: Dual Credit bills processed and mailed to students
  • March 15th: Dual Credit Payment/Payment plan deadline!

Payment plan available. $17.00 and first installment due upon date of setting up plan.

  • March 15th: Drop date: dual credit classes dropped after this date are financially responsible for paying tuition.

Dropping prior to this date =100% refund.

Students dropping after this date will receive a W on their transcript.

Applications for all Northland CAPS program applications are open now until February 16th, 2018.Please go on line and apply if interested at http://www.northlandcaps.org. If you have any questions please see your counselor.


January 25, 2018, Thursday - 2:00 pm- 5:30 pm

MCC- Maple Woods Student Center

2601 NE Barry Rd, Kansas City MO

More information contact: Robin Stimac 816-604-3068 or robin.stimac@mcckc.edu


What you need to complete your FAFSA:

  • Student and parent FSA ID information. To get your FSA ID: https://fsaid.ed.gov/
  • List of schools to which the student has applied, been accepted, or is interested in attending.
  • Student and parent 2016 W-2 forms and/or tax return copies. Parental information is required for most undergraduate students under the age of 24.

Dependent Student- A student who does NOT meet any of the following criteria:

  • At least 24 years old by December 31 of the school year
  • Graduate or professional student
  • Married
  • Has legal dependents other than a spouse
  • Veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces
  • Orphan or ward of the court


Attention Students: If you have Games, Chromium, Web Discover,Facebook Game room, Discord, or any other app not allowed by the Acceptable Use Policy you all signed, you have a week to remove them or Dr. Esco will be meeting with you and you will be suspended.

Have you pre-ordered your 2018 South Paw Yearbook yet? It’snot too late!

 Pre-order sales are available for $65 through January 25 online at www.yearbookforever.com or bring cash/check to room C200–this is the only way to guarantee getting a book in May. We order a very limited number of extras for sale in May, where the price will be $5 higher. Save $5 and make sure you don’t miss out on our 20th Anniversary Book!

Not sure if you already pre-ordered a book? Check the list outside C200.


MU School of Medicine- High School Mini Medical School

Session 1: June 17-21, 2018
Session 2: June 24-28, 2018

MU's High School Mini Medical School is geared toward current high school juniors interested in careers in medicine. It is a one-week experience designed to give students a preview of medical school. Program highlights:

  • Participation in medical school style curriculum
  • Introduction to Patient Based Learning (PBL)
  • Special Sessions with clinical and research specialists
  • Hospital tours
  • Hands-on experience in anatomy, suturing and clinical skills

For application and more information, visit:


Applications with supporting documents are due by March 1st.

Contact: 573-882-5647



The Riverside Police Department will hold its first annual Riverside Junior Police Academy. The course will run for one week at the Riverside Police Department starting Monday, July 16th, 2018 and ending Friday, July 20th, 2018.

The Riverside Police Department’s Junior Police Academy will be a week program structured to simulate a professional Law Enforcement Academy experience for students between the ages of 14 and 18. The academy experience will cover the following instruction in Patrol Tactics, Crime Scene Investigation, Traffic Stops, Accident Crash Investigation, K-9 Unit, SWAT, Agility Course, Situational Scenarios, Report Writing, Fire Investigation, Defensive Tactics and more.

The Riverside Police Academy Application process will open February 1st,2018 and end February 15th, 2018. This program is available for students who only attend Park Hill South High School. Interested students can pick up an application from School Resource Officer Westrich during the application period. The application must be turned in no later than February 15th,2016. The Riverside Junior Police Academy application process will be
competitive; therefore, only twenty applicants will be selected.

For more information, please contact School Resource Officer Westrich at 359-6329 orwestrichm@parkhill.k12.mo.us


Homework Help will start back up on January 22nd for all students wanting to stay after for academic help on Mondays and Thursdays and catch the late bus home at 4:30 pm.


There will be a meeting for any new athletes interested in track and field on Thursday 1/18 at 2:45 in A105.  If you can’t attend see Coach Keefer (girls) or Coach Lenhert (boys).