Daily Bulletin

Today is MONDAY, September 16th.

It is a PURPLE day.

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LUNCH MENU

Walking taco
Giant Cheese Ravioli
Mini Chicken Sliders 

Premium Meal: Breakfast for lunch: Bosco Ham & Cheese Breadsticks
Sides: Broccoli Raisin Salad, Green Beans, Peaches

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY TODAY

Braden Bartosh
Priscilla Munoz
Clark Nguyen
Jacob Kenslow
Laura Distefano
Logan Cooper

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Art club will meet Tuesday after school until 4 p.m. in room C206. It's not too late to join! Bring a friend and create in a fun environment. See Mrs. Carson in C206 for questions.

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What do YOU want to do to help the Environment? Come to the Environmental Club’s next meeting, Thursday, September 19th after school in B201.

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AP CHANGES- Deadline to order your exam!!

Please note the change in AP exam ordering. Any student taking an AP course 1st semester or a Split block class and would like to sit for the AP exam in May will have to order and pay for their exam by November 1st, 2019. This is different from past years. If you have an AP class 2nd semester you will order and pay for that exam at a later date. If you are interested in signing up for the  AP exam please bring $95 per exam to counseling by November 1st. There will be a $40 late fee assessed for any exam ordered after November 1st. If you have any questions or need financial assistance please contact Mrs. Dorrell.

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Sophomore class ring order will be Tuesday, September 17th during lunch periods and from 4:00-6:00 pm for sophomores and family members to order their class ring together. Additional ring orders will be taken during lunch periods September 18th & 24th.

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PSAT Test Information:

The PSAT test will be given to interested sophomores & juniors on Wednesday, October 16th at Park Hill South High School.*THIS TEST IS OPTIONAL.

The cost of the test is $20.00. Students/Parents can register online through Infinite Campus. Simply log on to the Portal and select the MY ACCOUNTS…OPTIONAL PAYMENTS. Here you will find the 2019 PSAT. Payment by credit card or check is accepted online. Registration by form or cash or check can also be made in the Counseling Office if needed.

9th, 10th and 11th grade students who are in the AVID program DO NOT need to register. AVID students will be given the exam as part of their program.Please DO NOT pay online or in the office.

October 2nd is the deadline to order! We have a limited number of exams, so register early!

Financial Assistance is available…see your counselor or Ms. Williams in the Counseling Office

PSAT TEST
Wednesday, October 16th
7:30am – 11:30am
Park Hill South Library
$20.00

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Are you able to build your own musical instrument and play “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star?” Can you identify a criminal by collecting and analyzing crime scene evidence? Do you have ideas on how to stop a disease from causing a global outbreak? If so, consider joining Science Olympiad where we use our knowledge and creativity to showcase our science skills in the areas of music, forensics, disease, and many more. The first Science Olympiad meeting of the year will be Tuesday, September 17, in room B118 at 7:00 am. If you are unable to attend this meeting but would still like to participate, please contact Mrs. Deering.

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Are you a true crime fanatic? Can you not get enough of documentaries, podcasts and books about historic or high profile crimes? If so, you are welcome to join the PHS True Crime Club. We will meet on Wed mornings in B104 starting on September 18th, and can decide when we would like to meet and set a schedule. See Ms. Koelliker for more information.

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The 1Million Project

We have exciting news to share. As you all know well, so much of your homework requires you to go online after school hours. This makes sense because the Internet is a key resource for learning and completing your homework assignments. To help ensure every student has high-speed, mobile Internet access, we’ve partnered with the 1Million Project Foundation. Through this program eligible students will receive a free wireless device and 10GB/month of high-speed Internet service for up to four years while in our district’s high schools. Please see Technology to learn more about eligibility for the 1Million Project and how you can sign up!

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