JR-SR HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS
~ May 5, 2021 ~
“THERE IS NO GREATER WEALTH IN THE WORLD THAN PEACE OF MIND.”
IMPORTANT NOTICES ~
The Junior High Academic Teams competed in a virtual competition on Monday, May 3rd and the Math Team consisting of just Julia Walsh placed 9th in the state and the Science Team composed of members Summer Guillaume, Audrey Popp, Eli Underhill and Julia Walsh placed 10th in the state. Congratulations!
Senior Trip permission forms and money ($20) are due to Mrs. Walsh by Friday, May 7th.
If you have any extra chargers at home, in your locker or a classroom that you have been holding on to, please return them to the tech room. We are getting low and trying to make it through to the end of the school year.
Any student currently in grades 8-11 who is interested in doing an online course over the summer, please complete the google form that was sent to your school email. See Mr. Bishop if you have any questions..
High School Commodore Pride Sign-up sheets have been emailed to all students in grades 9-12. A link to a Euchre Tourney has been added, so be sure to sign up for events if you want to participate. As always you can be a spectator that day and watch the teacher Wiffle Ball team win the tournament!
PSC Phone Book Drive - Perry Central School is collecting old PSC phone books. Please help us reach our goal of collecting over 1000 phone books. Phone books can be sent with students or dropped off at any office. Last day for phone book donations is May 7th, 2021. Phone books can be placed outside of classrooms. They will be picked up 1st period daily.
Please check out the lost & found table in front of the HS office if you have missing items.
Students are reminded to sign up for the CIA on the school website on days they plan on staying after school.
NOTICE: Staff and Parents may sign up for text alerts from Skyward by texting: Y to 67587
School will be in session on May 26th as a make-up day.
There will be a Citizen Scientist Cicada Walk on Thursday, May 6 & 13 at 6 pm sponsored by Purdue University Extension & the National Forest Service. More information is posted on the bulletin board or at https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/indiana-cicada-fest
ATHLETIC INFO ~
The varsity softball team will travel to Lanesville for a game today at 4:30 p.m. Team needs to be released at 2:40 p.m. today for their game.
The Junior High teams finished their season with victories over Crawford County last night. Boys finished 3rd while the girls finished as conference champs! Great year for both teams! All Conference champions (1st in their event) were:
Jada Etienne - 100M Hurdles, 300M Hurdles
Summer Guillaume - 800M, 1600M
Girls 4X100 Relay (Masen Labhart, Kaitlyn Goffinet, Olivia Goffinet, Teyah Mullis)
Girls 4X400 Relay (Jada Eitenne, Masen Labhart, Ashlynn Raufeisen, Olivia Goffinet)
Cole Yeager - 110 Hurdles, 300 Hurdles
Records Broken for the season:
Jada Etienne - 300M Hurdles and 400M Dash
3200M Relay Boys - Wyatt Sitzman, Aden Schwartz, Waylon Hagedorn, Reece Litherland
3200M Relay Girls - Savannah Schaad, Summer Guillaume, Ashlynn Raufeisen, Olivia Goffinet
Any athlete playing HS football next fall needs to pick up a practice pack order form in the office.
Athletes in grades 7 & 8 who are playing football next year will have a 2-day camp this Wed./Thur., May 5 & 6. Camp will run from 3:15-4:45 p.m. each day.
7th thru 11th grade boys basketball players are reminded to please turn in your summer basketball forms to the office.
Any girl planning to play HS basketball next year should please check their email from Coach Elliott and respond.
SCHOLARSHIP & GUIDANCE INFO ~
Check out www.pccs.k12.in.us/scholarships for updated scholarship opportunities. All scholarships listed in BOLD are current.
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES ~
Perry Central is looking for summer interns to assist with maintenance projects. $10.00 per hour. Apply on the PC website under "employment".
Holiday World is seeking students interested in employment. Interested students can contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Waupaca Foundry in Tell City is seeking college or college-bound students for temporary summer help! You can view jobs along with our application process by clicking here. Please see our website for internship availability. www.waupacafoundry.com/careers/opportunities More information is posted on the bulletin board outside the HS office.
Job openings are available at Holiday Foods in Jasper. Apply online or in person at Jasper Holiday Foods.
German American Bank is looking to hire a Student Customer Service Specialist. Must be 16 years old to apply and available most Saturday mornings and during school breaks. Please contact Gretchen Hawhee at 812-547-7025 ext. 3117 for instructions on how to apply.
Happy Birthday to Ethan Edwards, Tate Kleeman & Jonathan Pruett!