. . . . . . Congratulations to Science teacher, Angie Davis for receiving the Middle School Excellence in Education Award . . . . . . May 19: PHMS Community Service Day (see link below for more information) . . . . . . May 20: 3 hour early dismissal, last day of school . . . . . .

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A message from the principal…

This week we begin a modified block schedule to accommodate our building-wide MAP testing.  We will be on the schedule (see link above) for this week and next.  At the conclusion of block 4, all students report to Advisory class until dismissal.  7th grade schedule is in red, and 8th grade schedule is in red.

As many of you know our last middle school dance of the year is scheduled for Friday, May 1st.    We are going to change our dance times for this last “Spring Fling” dance, so we can also support one of our own 7th grade students at a special activity hosted later that evening.

Our middle school dance on Friday, May 1, will begin right after school and end at 5:00pm.  Students wishing to attend our last dance are encouraged to just stay after school on Friday rather than go home first.  This dance will be a typical spring dance and no dress-up necessary at all!  We will have our regular bus/parent pick-up dismissal at 2:37 on Friday, but students who wish to stick around rather than ride the bus home can hang out in their 7th hour class until we are ready for the dance festivities to begin.  We anticipate that we will open our dance gate and music will begin at 3pm.  Admission is $5, payable at the door.  Pictures can be purchased for an additional $2.

Later that evening, a “Glow Bowl & Silent Auction” is being hosted at Summit Lanes in Lee’s Summit.  We hope to see a big Pleasant Hill Pride turnout for this special evening of fun!  Come out to Summit Lanes next Friday night after the dance from 7-9 PM to support one of our own, Shyann Jellison!  Grab your family and friends for a fun night of bowling, a silent auction, and a 50/50 raffle!  All proceeds will go to Shyann's family to help in her treatment for leukemia.  Come out and help her fight!

Jenny Daniel, Principal

Upcoming events:

April 30-May 11: MAP testing
May 7:  Band Concert
May 8:  Choir Concert
May 18:  Awards Assembly
May 19: Community Project Day
May 20: 3 hour early dismissal, last day of school
May 26 - June 19: Summer School

For detailed locations & times, please visit online Middle School calendar below

Attendance Line, 987-9204

Office Hours: 7:00am - 3:30pm

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