News from the PHS Counselors

March 2019

February Was A Wild Ride!

It has been an unusual couple of months here at school with mother nature at the wheel. Snow days, cold weather days, 2 hours delays...they all impact educators and students. If your student is struggling with the lack of consistency please contact us! Counselors can serve as an advocate and constant in a student's life when things feel unsteady. Sometimes just meeting once and going over organization strategies can help a student feel more confident during the final few months of the school year. We are here for you!

Scholarship Ticket Raffle Underway!

Annually, the Pulaski Education Foundation runs a scholarship raffle to award deserving seniors $1000 scholarships during the annual scholarship recognition night. Our goal this year is to give out four $1000 scholarships! Many folks have been selling raffle tickets at different sporting and fine arts events throughout the school year. On March 18th, students will be able to begin selling raffle tickets for prizes like a big screen TV, Apple Airpods and a Mini-Fridge. If you are interested in purchasing or selling tickets, they are $5 and are sold at the PHS student services office or the PACE office. Help our Scholarship Foundation grow so it can benefit seniors for many years to come!

Scholarship Reminders for Seniors

Some important scholarship date reminders for seniors are:

Youth Apprenticeship Applications due March 30

Follow this link to learn more about the Green Bay Chamber/PHS Youth Apprenticeship program!

Interested in a Career In Sports? Check out this opportunity!

Sign up before April 1st for the opportunity to save $5 on your ticket to this unique Career Fair!
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How to Help a Teenager Be College Ready

Being admitted to college doesn’t mean a student is ready for it. Parents can encourage kids to step up their levels of personal responsibility while still in high school.

Unheard Voices Presentation to be given to 10th Grade Students on April 25th

Unheard Voices: Speaking Out Against Sexual Violence is a presentation by the Sexual Assault Center of Green Bay that includes victim stories and a panel discussion regarding the legal, social, and emotional ramifications of sexual assault. The panel discussion includes our District Attorney and representatives from the police department, schools, and the Sexual Assault Center. Unheard Voices has been presented in area high schools for over 18 years, reaching more than 2,500 students each year.

Meet our Student Services Staff


Ms. Leah Grant (A-He)

Ms. Sara Diehlmann (Hf-P)

Mr. Jeff Waggoner (Q-Z)

Mrs. Paula VanDerLinden(District Counselor)

Mrs. Gina Siolka-Admin. Assistant

Mrs. Carol Witthuhn-Registrar