Just the Facts
A message from the principal…
Dear Middle School Students and Parents:
On Monday, October 24, over 200 of our students attended student-led conferences with their parents. That is a tremendous turnout! Kudos to teachers and students who put time in each week to develop portfolios that students then presented to their parents that evening.
On Wednesday, November 2, the board of education awarded Trackmakers to over 60 middle school students for scoring at the advanced level on last spring’s MAP tests. We are proud of the accomplishments of these students and are working to increase the number awarded next year at this time. This was a definite highlight for our first semester.
PHMS will host a career fair on November 30 that will feature over twenty professionals. These individuals will present sessions about their fields that morning. Students can then choose which careers interest them and attend the talks. Our school counselor, Mrs. Beth Pate, has developed this event for months and has brought in a wide variety of adults to share about the connection between school and the workforce.
Winter sports begin in November. Wrestlers and basketball players have begun practicing and looking forward to the upcoming seasons.
Dec. 21: End of Second Quarter / First Semester
For detailed locations & times, please visit online Middle School calendar below
Please note: all bus changes need to be made by noon on regular school days and 10 am on ½ days
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