. . . . . . Have a great summer! . . . . . . July 26 & 27: Enrollment / Residency, 1-7pm, HS . . . . . Aug. 15: First day of School . . . . . . .




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A message from the principal…

Middle School Parents:

Summer is upon us and summer school is underway.  I wish our eighth graders the best as they become freshman in the fall.  As I mentioned during the last-day assembly, you have grown much the past year and we look forward to watching your progress at PHHS.  We are also excited to return our seventh grade and promote them to eighth-grade status.  I hope you return ready to work.

I would like to welcome next year’s seventh graders and their parents and families to the middle school.  Many of you toured in May to get a glimpse of the building and its procedures.  Hopefully that experience coupled with open house will reduce the anxiety of the transition.  We will do everything we can to make you feel welcome and answer your questions.

This year’s residency nights in July allow families to register and purchase planners and yearbooks.  The district will be contacting each family soon.  Our open house is traditionally on the Monday night before the first day of school; that is August 14 this year.  There you can meet teachers, see classrooms, and practice locker combinations.  Bring your items then to lighten your load on Tuesday morning.

I hope everyone finds time to enjoy their summer.  August 15 will arrive more quickly than you can imagine.


Greg Reeves, Principal

Upcoming events:

Enrollment / Residency
July 26:
Last Name:  A-K , 1:00-7:00 p.m.
July 27:
Last Name: L-Z , 1:00-7:00 p.m.
Any family not able to attend on July 26 or July 27 will need to come to Central Office, located at 318 Cedar Street, beginning July 31 to begin the residency/enrollment process, followed with a visit to each building your children attend to complete the process.

Aug. 14:
Middle School Open House / Meet the Teachers, 6:00 -7:30pm.
All students should bring their class schedules and locker numbers with combinations to locate classes, practice opening lockers, and put school supplies in them for the next day. There will be an orientation meeting beginning at 6 pm in the middle school gym for any new enrollees who may have missed the building overview and tour that we held for incoming students last May.

Aug. 15:
The first day of school 
Middle School  students may be dropped off at 7 am and picked up by 3 pm. Students who plan to eat breakfast will need to report to the cafeteria, and all others should report to the gym.

Aug. 23:
School photos by Pearce Photography

17-18 School Supply Lists 


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


Attendance Line, 987-9204

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

Am
Drop Off
Classes Begin
Classes End
Buses leave
7:00am
7:35am
2:37pm
2:41pm



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