Health Careers Academy is hosting a blood drive October 19th. Starting today Students 16 & older will be able to obtain a consent packet from their Advisory teacher to take home for signatures. Signed forms are to be turned in to Mrs. Koenig in Room 505 in order to be scheduled for the event. There will be an assembly during Advisory October 10th for more information. See or email Mrs. K with any questions!
Every minute, somewhere in the world, a woman dies from breast cancer. That's more than 1,400 women every day. A man's lifetime risk of breast cancer is about 1 in 1,000. Each year, it's expected that about 2,670 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer in the US, and about 500 will die. Health Careers Academy is sponsoring a Pink Out Day for Thursday, October 12th here at PHS! Staff can make a $5 donation to Mrs. Koenig & wear jeans as well with their pink - all funds will go to the American Cancer Society. Please wear pink in support of all breast cancer fighters!
The Indian Trail Cafe is Open Daily from 7am - 1pm. We do not accept cash, turn your cash into a gift card by seeing SD in the office. You may also now order online and pick a time to pick up your order! Visit our website at www.indiantrailcafe.com Remember, you may not use the Cafe as a reason for being late to class!
Homecoming tickets are on sale until 3:00PM on Friday, October 6. All sales are online. No tickets will be sold the day of the dance! If your parent buys your ticket, make sure they send it to your phone or you print it for scanning. Tickets are $8. If you have issues buying your ticket online or have questions, please see SD in the main office. If you are bringing an outside date, get a form from the office and return it by Thursday, October 5. No junior high students are allowed. The dance is October 7, 8:00PM- 11:00 PM in the Commons. Members of Homecoming Court do not need to purchase a ticket, but you MUST see SD in the office to get your free ticket. (Start September 25-October 6- just change the first sentence so it makes sense after 9/25)
Student Council will be sponsoring a spirit competition during Homecoming Week. You will find posters around the building listing the outfits to wear. The winners for each day will receive a free ticket to the Homecoming Dance. Teachers are also encouraged to participate for the annual spirit trophy. (run 9/25-10/6)
Next week begins College Week for all juniors and seniors. College, trade school, and military representatives will be on our campus. If you did not register during your English class, see your counselor to register for the event. (9/26-9/29)
Juniors! Your pie sales need to be turned in by Friday, September 29, to Ms. Deavours. All money, checks and forms need to be turned in. Any questions please ask Mrs. Rezabek. 4 days to turn in your pie orders.
Junior Officers are to meeting today, September 26, during Advisory, in room 316
The first Interact Club meeting of the year will be held Wednesday, Sept 27th after school in Ms. Watson's room 226. The Interact Club is a service organization that holds several activities throughout the school year such as, canned food drives, adopting a family for Christmas, gift baskets to nursing home residents, toys to Dayton Children’s Hospital, city clean-ups and other community service activities. All students are invited to come to our first meeting. That is Wed. Sept 27th after school in room 226. If you are interested in running for office, please make sure you are at the meeting or talk to Ms. Watson prior to the meeting.
If anyone is interested in learning about Art Club, there will be a meeting Wednesday during advisory in Fashner’s room. Room 500.
The 1st Spanish Club Meeting will be held this Wednesday (09-27-23) after school in Señor Potts’ room. Please read the fliers posted in the world languages hallway for more information.
FCCLA will be holding a meeting on Wednesday, September 27, during Advisory in room 315, old and new members are welcome to attend
The next Gardening Club meeting will be this Thursday, September 28 after school in Room 216. All are welcome!
If you are interested in playing e-sports for Piqua now and in the Spring season, please plan to attend a meeting during advisory on Wednesday, September 27th in the student union. See Ms. Starrett or Ms. Brady if you have any questions in the meantime. (repeat through 9/27)
Attention lady hoopers. Any freshman through senior female that is interested in playing girls basketball this winter there will be an informational meeting on Thursday September 28 during advisory. Coach Vanover will be there to discuss the preseason and regular season schedules. Come and see why the girls basketball program has been on the rise the past year!
Attention staff the United Way campaign for the high school building has been extended until tomorrow morning. You will have until tomorrow morning at 8 AM to turn in your United Way pledge cards into the athletic office. Thank you for your consideration in your contributions to United Way.
Good luck to our girls tennis team as they head to Troy to compete in the MVL conference tournament. Teachers please excuse the selected tennis players out of class at 845am. Good luck ladies!
The girls soccer team takes downs Springfield last night 7–1 in non conference play. Kamryn Mikolajewski earns a hat trick scoring, Lexi Burroughs punches in 2, Audrey Bean and Emma Kidder each score one. The team heads to Tipp City on Wednesday.
The Tribes’s second meeting of the year will be this Thursday in the high school CPA from 7 PM to 8 PM. All student athletes from the fall winter in spring seasons are encouraged to attend. There will be free food and drinks provided, and the topics this week will be dealing with adversity and anxiety and how to turn that into success. Coach Ryan Scott, Coach Maggie Bergman, and Coach Emily Debella will be our featured speakers. This is a great opportunity to become better leaders and better performers in your sport.
Good luck to the boys soccer team tonight as they head to Tipp city for a key MVL match up.
We want to wish good luck to our volleyball team as they host Fairborn tonight at 6:30. It’s also senior night as we honor our four seniors. We encourage and invite our student body to come and get the house rocking like we did on Saturday to get our Lady Indians a big conference win and help our seniors get a win on their special night.
Also mark your calendars for back to back senior nights NEXT WEEK at Wertz Stadium. Our Boys soccer team will have senior night on Tuesday 10/3, the Girls soccer team will have senior night on Wednesday 10/4. Let’s get the student section rocking for our soccer teams!