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					  Pendleton Co. High School               Daily Announcements                                  April 19 2011

 THOUGHTS FOR THE DAY: People may doubt what you say, but
 they will always believe what you do.
Our Mission Statement ~ ~Teachers will persistently engage all students in a rigorous curriculum which
focuses on academic performance, develops their creativity, fosters independent thinking, promotes
responsible citizenship, encourages physical well being, and enhances their social development so that all
students are given the maximum opportunity to achieve at high levels.



                                 Miscellaneous Information
                              OUS INFORMATION


                                          Graduation Dates
   Awards Night:           Monday, May16 at PHS Auditorium 6:30 pm
   Baccalaureate:          Sunday, May 22 at Griffin Center 7:00pm
   Class Night:            Wednesday, May 25 at PHS 7:00 pm
   Graduation:             Friday, May 27 at PHS 7:00 pm


 Congratulations to these juniors who have been accepted as Participants in the 2011 Kentucky
 Governor’s Scholars Program: Haley Hart, Brent Jacob, Andrew Morehead, Tera Pierce,
 Savannah Schlueter.
 Named as Alternates: Kelsey Kuessner and Michael Rose

 Falmouth Rotary will be hosting their annual Spaghetti Supper on Friday, April 29, 2011 from
 5:00-7:00 pm at St. Xavier. All proceeds will go to the Pendleton County Graduating Senior
 Scholarships. Adults $5.00, children $3.00. To purchase tickets ahead of time please contact
 JoEllen Mitchell at 654-3325 (2601). Thank you.




                         Pendleton County FFA Vidalia Onion Sale

                                         5 lb Bag - $6.00
                                        10 lb bag - $12.00


 Onion’s will be delivered around May 10th. These sweet treats are perfect for blooming
 onions or onion rings!

 Contact FFA Advisor Jaimie Antrobus if you would like to purchase.
 Jaimie.Antrobus@pendleton.kyschools.us
 859-654-3355 Ext 7722
Literary Magazine is accepting submissions of poetry, short stories, essays, screenplays, songs, and
other appropriate writings for the 2010-2011 Magazine publication. Submit entries to Mrs. Reid in 109
or Katie Sharp by April 15.




We are in desperate need of Bus Drivers & Monitors for the upcoming school year. Training
for new people (if they qualify) will be the middle of June after we go though our updates in
Frankfort. Call the bus garage for more information. 363-4339




See Ms. Caldwell if you would like to order one. We have 3 left in stock.


                                   WEEKLY EVENTS
Tuesday, April 19            Mid-Term Ends
                             ACM – J. Mitchell in SBDM room 12:00-1:00
                             Compass English (Seniors)
                             Cheerleading Tryout Clinic (Registration 4:30) 5:00-7:00 Aux. Gym
Wednesday, April 20          PM Clubs
                             Mid-Term Grades Posted
                             TEG – SBDM room 3:15-4:45
                             Compass Reading (Seniors)
                             Cheerleading Tryout Clinic (Registration 4:30) 5:00-7:00 Aux. Gym
Thursday, April 21           NKU Talent Search
                             Mid-Terms send home with students
                             Board of Education Meeting at SMS 7:00 pm
                             Science A and B (Juniors)
                             Project Grad Meeting 6:00 in the library
                             Cheerleading Tryout Clinic (Registration 4:30) 5:00-7:00 Aux. Gym
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Friday, April 22             ALL STAFF to complete KYCID Survey during Planning in Library except 4
                             period to computer lab 152
                             Cheerleading Tryouts 5:00-?
Sunday, April 24             EASTER
Monday, April 25             Staff - Support Project Grad $5.00 to wear jeans. All Proceeds go to Project
                             Grad
                             DanceCats Dance Team Workshop from 5:30 – 7:30
                             SENIOR WEEK – Dress in future career attire
Tuesday, April 26            SENIOR WEEK – Wear College shirt where you plan to attend
                             DanceCats Dance Team Workshop from 5:30 – 7:30

                             Maysville Community Technical College – 9:00 with interested Seniors
Wednesday, April 27          TEG – SBDM room 3:15-4:45
                               DanceCats Dance Team Workshop from 5:30 – 7:30

                               PBIS Team Meeting in room 201 3:20
                               AP – Pre-Administration Period 1 – Grade 10, Period 2 – Grade 12, Period 3
                               – Grade 11 in cafeteria
                               Compass Math (Seniors)
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                               SENIOR WEEK – Wear 8 grade shirt or clothes you wore in middle school
Thursday, April 28             SENIOR WEEK – Wear Senior shirt – 2011 picture taken
                               DanceCats Dance Team Workshop from 5:30 – 7:30
                               Statewide Earthquake Drill
Friday, April 29               SENIOR WEEK – Wear Powder Puff spirit wear to school and Powder Puff
                               Football game at 6:30 at middle school football field
                               Junior Rah Rah in Auditorium periods 6 and 7
Saturday, April 30             SENIOR WEEK – Spaghetti dinner @ Tim’s Kitchen in Butler 4:00 – 7:00
Sunday, May 1                  Student Council Banquet 1:00
Monday, May 2                  DanceCats Dance Team AUDITIONS from 3:30 – 5:30

The Pendleton County Adult Learning Center announces FREE GED testing from March until
June. For more information please call 654-3325 ext. 2601 or 2603.

The Pendleton County 109 Board announces College Scholarships for Adults- Applications
available at the Adult Learning Center 654-3325 Ext. 2601 or 2603. Scholarships are for Non-
traditional students and must be a Pendleton County Resident.

                                              SPORTS
Effective this coming Monday, April 11th, we will be having open soccer field scrimmages. This
will be every Monday through the month of April and May from 6:30-8:00 at Southern. All
players will need to bring soccer cleats, shin guards, soccer socks and water.
                                        April 19 – April 30
                          BASEBALL                                       FASTPITCH
     4-19   – Harrison Co. V/JV 5:00                 4-20   – Mason Co.
     4-20   – Nicholas Co. V/JV 5:00                 4-22   @ Nicholas V/JV 5:30
     4-22   – Newport V/JV 5:30                      4-25   – Williamstown V/JV 5:30
     4-23   – Lloyd Memorial V 12:00                 4-28   @ Gallatin V/JV 6:00
     4-25   @ Scott V/JV 5:30                        4-29   @ Bryan Station V 5:30
     4-26   – Augusta V 5:30                         4-29   @ Madison Central V 7:00
     4-28   @ Mason Co. V/JV 5:45
     4-29   – Silver Grove 5:30
     4-30   @ Sayre V/JV 11:00
                           TENNIS                                          TRACK
     4-19   @ Bracken Co.                            4-23 @ Harrison Co.
     4-20   – St. Patrick                            4-30 @ Grant Co.
     4-21   @ Augusta
     4-26   – Deming
     4-28   @ Campbell Co.


                                       PCHS SCOREBOARD
                                    STUDENT INFORMATION

The DanceCats Dance Team will be holding auditions for next year. Next Monday, April 25 and
Thursday from 5:30 – 7:30 will be the dance workshop where you learn the dance routine and
Monday, May 2, from 3:30 -5:50 will be the auditions. For more information, please see Mrs.
Jeans in the Art room.

-Junior Powder Puff Cheerleading Practice will be Wednesday, April 20 and Thursday,
April 21 from 7-8:30 and at PCHS
-Senior Powder Puff Cheerleading Practice will be Tuesday, April 19th and Monday April
25th at 4:00 at PCHS
-Senior and Junior Powder Puff Football Practice will be Monday April 25th at the
Falmouth school center at 6:30
-Pictures for the Senior 2011 for class night will be due April 29th
-If any senior has pictures from senior trip please bring them in for the bulletin
-There will be a Senior vs. Junior Powder Puff game on Friday April 29th at 6:30 at the
middle school and a Senior Spaghetti Dinner at Tim’s Kitchen (next to BB’s in Butler) on
Saturday April 30th from 4-7

ALL SENIORS NEED TO BRING IN 5 PICTURES OF THEMSELVES TO BE USED IN A
GRADUATION DISPLAY. PICTURES MUST BE SCHOOL APPROPRIATE AND NO
LARGER THAN A 5X7. PICTURES CAN BE FROM ANY AGE OF THE GRADUATE AND
PICTURES WILL NOT BE RETURNED. PICTURES ARE TO BE TURNED INTO MRS. HART
IN ROOM 628.




                PCHS SENIOR CLASS IS ONCE AGAIN COLLECTING RECEIPTS
FROM COUNTY MARKET. PLEASE TURN RECEIPTS IN TO THE FRONT OFFICE.


                                    STAFF INFORMATION


SUPPORT PROJECT GRAD – PAY TO WEAR DENIM DAY APRIL 25, 2011 $5.00.
ALL proceeds go to 2011 Project Grad (District Wide) A contact person will be in
each school. Thank you for your support Project Grad 2011


                     DELUXE CLEANERS CAN HELP WITH YOUR SPRING CLEANING.
We are giving a 10% discount on the items listed below through April 30, 2011. (This discount is good for in
store and also our pick-up and delivery routes.) *Remember we have pick-up and delivery available at our
schools. Ask your school secretary for details. Spring Cleaning Special *Curtains and Drapes,
*Bedspreads, Comforters, Quilts and Duvets *Winter Coats *DON'T PUT THEM AWAY DIRTY!* If you have
any questions please call 859-654-3353. WE ALSO DO LAUNDERED AND STARCHED SHIRTS.
CHECK OUT OUR SELECTION OF FORMALS AND BLACK PARTY DRESSES FOR ANY OCCASION. THANK
YOU, ANDREA HALL

The staff luncheon and "What's Your Color" shirt day has been moved to
sometime in the spring (April).
                                      GUIDANCE OFFICE

Juniors & Seniors: NKU’s Grant County Campus in Williamstown is hosting a College for a Day visit. Students
must have a GPA of a 2.5 or better and a minimum ACT composite of an 18 to attend. The event is scheduled for
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Thursday, May 12 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Registration information and details are in the Guidance Office.
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Deadline to register is May 5 .

NKU announces the Summer Computing Workshop: Game Programming in Java for high school students. Camp
runs from June 6 to July 6, Monday – Friday from 12:30 to 3:30 pm. The fee is only $40. Space is limited so
register soon if you are interested. Registration information is in the Guidance Office.

Seniors: DHL announces an exciting part- time employment opportunity in Northern Kentucky. These
positions have flexible schedule for college students, offer up to $3500 per year tuition reimbursement
for technical, community & university education as well as insurance benefits. Applicants must be able
to perform physical labor in a fast-paced work atmosphere as well as meet other requirements. For
more information pick up an information sheet in the Guidance Office area.

Do you know a military family that would like to have lots of fun at a free camp this
summer? The University of Kentucky Family and Consumer Sciences Extension is once
again offering free camps for military families! This year we have THREE different camps to
choose from! Go to the following link for more information:
http://www.ca.uky.edu/hes/index.php?p=590

Seniors Interested in attending Gateway Community and Technical College in the Fall:
Gateway will be holding a College Open House and Career Pathways Expo on Thursday, April
21st from 5:30-7:30. Come meet representatives from local businesses/companies and learn
about financial aid, admissions, and other Gateway services. The event will take place at the
Center for Advanced Manufacturing which is on Gateway's Boone Campus (500 Technology
Way Florence, KY). For more information please contact Dr. Yvonne Meichtry by phone at 859-
442-4190 or email at Yvonne.meichtry@kctcs.edu.

Sullivan University
Upcoming
ACT REVIEW DATES
June 4th & 5th Classes are Saturday and Sunday (2-day class)
10:00 – 2:30pm both days, lunch provided
To register for a class, contact the university at 859-276-4357 / 800-467-6281
Classes fill quickly, it is recommended to register early to avoid waitlists!

Are you 16 or older and interested in a nursing career or working in a healthcare facility?
Gateway Community Technical College is offering Nurse Assistant classes this summer.
Students must be 16 to take classes and some grant money is even available. This program
prepares students to work in long term care facilities as well as hospitals. It is a 3 – college
credit hour course leading to a NA certification through the state. This certification is required
for admission to most nursing programs. Contact Gateway Community College at 859–341–
6859 or Jennifer Boblitt-Johnson at 859-815 – 7645 for more information and to enroll. Don’t
delay as class size is limited and will fill fast.

Seniors Interested in Attending Maysville Community Technical College next fall:
It is time to apply, if you have not done so. Admission counselor Tabatha Butler will be here on
Tuesday, April 26 during 2nd period to meet with interested seniors. She will cover admission
process, registration for classes and scholarship applications. If you are interested, you must
sign up in advance at Ms. Glaza’s desk in the Guidance Office.

Transylvania University’s math and computer science offers summer camps for high school
students:
Introduction to Java Programming June 12-17
Advanced Computer Camp June 19-24
Deadline to apply: May 1. Information is in the Guidance Office.

Balfour announces the Make You Mark Contest and Sweepstakes. Contest is open to
students age 13 and older. IT offers the opportunity for students to highlight a video,
image or short written statement telling how they are impacting their world in a positive
way. Information is at balfour.com/make-your-mark or in our Guidance Office. Contest
ends May 9.

Juniors & Seniors:

Gateway Community & Technical College will be hosting an Open House and Career Pathways Expo on
Thursday, April 21 from 5:30-7:30 at the Center for Advanced Manufacturing off of Mt. Zion Road on
Technology Way.

Gateway Community & Technical College hosts several upcoming Information Workshops for
potential students. Information included will cover admissions, financial aid and academic
programs. Workshops are held at the Boone Campus – Center for Advanced Manufacturing on
Technology Way off of Mt. Zion Road in Florence. Workshop date is May 7 from 10:00 am to
11:00 am. No reservations required.

Seniors:

Seniors who plan to major in Theater/Musical Arts in college may be eligible for the Cincinnati Music Theatre
Scholarship. Applications are in the Guidance Office or at www.cincinnatimusictheatre.org. Applications are due
April 22.

Every year, Bluegrass Indo-American Civic Society (BIACS) award $1,000 one-time
scholarships to high school seniors graduating in the spring or summer of each year and who
will be joining a college for postsecondary education. This scholarship is open to any
graduating high school students. The application material with instructions can be
downloaded from www.biacs.org or is available in the Guidance Office. Deadline to apply:
April 25.

Seniors who suffer from Asthma may be eligible for a scholarship award. Merck Respiratory offers the Will to
Win Scholarship. Applicants must hold a cumulative GPA of a 3.5 on a 4.0 scale and the ability to demonstrate
outstanding performance in one of the above categories: Performing Arts, Visual Arts, Community Service,
Athletics, and Science. Applications are in Guidance Office. Deadline to apply is April 30.

Rumpke Pendleton County Landfill Scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors residing in Pendleton
County pursuing a two or four year degree at an accredited institution. Applicants must complete application and
return to Rumpke office by May 6th. Applications now available in the Guidance Office.

Go U – the Gateway to NKU Transition Center: This joint venture allows students who need a
little extra preparation to meet college benchmarks to complete 12 credit hours (including 6
hours of college readiness courses) on NKU’s campus but at Gateway’s tuition rate. Once the
12 hours are completed with a “C” or better, students have the option to transfer to NKU! For
more information, contact Gateway’s admission office at 859–442-1134.
Kentucky Forest Leadership Program is June 13 – 17. This is a great experience for any
student interested in conservation, forestry service and related fields. Information brochure
and application is available in the Guidance Office. Enrollment is limited to first 25 students.
Deadline: June 3rd.

The Kentucky Society of CPAs is now accepting applications for BASE Camp, our FREE
Business & Accounting Summer Education Camp, held June 5-9, 2011 at Bellarmine
University in Louisville. This exceptional program is for students entering their
junior or senior year fall 2011, but graduating seniors may also apply. For a
brochure or more information about BASE Camp: www.cpa2be.org
<http://www.cpa2be.org/mx/hm.asp?id=hsbase> or contact Vicki Blair at
502.266.5272 or vblair@kycpa.org

Northern Kentucky Building Inspectors Association announces a scholarship for a student working towards a
bachelors or associates degree in a code-related field such as Architecture, Engineering, Construction Technology,
or Fire Science at an accredited school in Kentucky. Applications are in the Guidance Office. Deadline of June 24.
                                      Free Camp for Students
Lions Camp Crescendo offers free camping experience for eligible students.
Camp Freedom (June 20-24) is for students ages 6-12 who are in foster care or in the care of
grandparents.
Camp Heart to Heart (July 11-15) is open to students who are dealing with HIV/AIDS in their
family.
Lions Youth Camp (July 4-8) involves visually impaired students.
Volunteer Counselors ages 16 and up are needed for all camps.
More info at www.lions-campcrescendo.org.
All camps are FREE to campers and volunteer counselors
Bluegrass Community and Technical College will be implementing a freshman application deadline for
the fall 2011 semester. The deadline to apply for admission will be Monday, July 18, 2011. The early
deadline will allow freshman applicants to be admitted, advised, register, and oriented prior to the first
day of class (August 17). This deadline will also allow these students to submit their FAFSA in time to
charge their books before classes begin.
Prospective student(s) for BCTC are encouraged to apply online as soon as possible by clicking on this
link: http://www.bluegrass.kctcs.edu/Admissions/How_to_Apply.



                                           STAFF BIRTHDAYS
                                  APRIL
                    9 – A. Coleman
                   11 – C. Wade
                   18 – S. Redding
                   24 – A. Duff
                   27 – J. Walton

				
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