Pasco High School Weekly Newsletter

May 08, 2022

Happy Mother's Day!

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Mission Statement/Declaración de la misión

The mission of Pasco High School is to create a collaborative environment that nurtures learning, mutual respect, and a strong work ethic, thereby helping to develop future citizens for the challenges that lie ahead.

La misión de Pasco High School es crear un ambiente de colaboración que fomente el aprendizaje, el respeto mutuo y una fuerte ética de trabajo, ayudando así a desarrollar futuros ciudadanos para los desafíos que se avecinan.

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Progress Checks:

Parents and students, we are entering the 8th week of 4th quarter. We are down to 13 days left in the school year. Fourth quarter progress reports are available for review on MyStudent. Please take a few minutes and review your student’s progress. As always, if you would like to schedule a parent-teacher conference, please contact us at 352-524-5539.

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Testing:

Attention all students, please check your MyLearning messaging for your testing dates, time, and locations for all of the upcoming tests. This week students will be testing for Algebra 1, Geometry, and US History. It is important to understand the impact each of these tests have on your educational success. Your attendance is mandatory for these tests. If you have any questions, please reach out to your teachers, counselors, administration or Mrs. Boise.

Summer School:

ALL STUDENTS. If you have failed a core course and need credit recovery, please see your school counselor about Summer School ASAP. Summer school begins on June 6th and will last for 20 days.

Fall Dual Enrollment:

Fall Dual Enrollment information is here! Planning sheets are available at Ms. Hick's desk to fill out and return to your school counselor by Monday, May 16th. Please be sure to read the instructions and due dates thoroughly. If you have any questions, please email your school counselor.

Food and Clothing Drive:

Happy Earth Club is hosting a food and clothing drive for families in need throughout this month until the last day of school. If you are interested in participating, please bring nonperishable food items and gently used or new clothing to Ms. K’s room in 16-501 before or after school.

Senior Events:

Baccalaureate 5/20 @7pm

Cambridge Pinning Ceremony 5/23 @12pm

School Awards 5/25 @11am

Graduation Practice 5/26 @8am

Senior Breakfast/Community Awards 5/27 8am

Graduation Practice/ Senior Check-out 6/1 8:00am

Graduation 6/3 7:30pm


Senior Survey:

Attention all seniors: The senior survey is posted on the MyLearning canvas page. Completing this survey is a senior checkout requirement. Please be sure and complete it asap.

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Thank you to our sponsors and volunteers for an amazing staff appreciation week!

Congratulations to Ms. Girtman from Pasco High School! You were nominated to win a gift card from the Foundation! Thank you for being a great influence in your student's lives!

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If your student has earned honor roll ( straight A, AB, or 3.2 ) in the past two years and this first semester, please join us for the honor roll celebration on May 18, 2022 at 6pm in the PHS stadium.

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Congratulations to Tayshaun Balmir for making states on the 100 meter event. #PHSPride

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Interested in AICE Computer Science course?

We're aware course cards already went out but we wanted to add AICE As Computer Science to your list of available AICE Courses, the course is described as:
Cambridge International AS & A Level Computer Science encourages learners to meet the needs of higher education courses in computer science as well as twenty-first century digital employers. It encourages leaders to think creatively, through applying practical programming solutions, demonstrating that they are effective uses of technology.
Learners develop computational thinking & programming skills to solve computer science problems. Cambridge International AS and A Level Computer Science will help learners develop a range of skills such as thinking creatively, analytically, logically and critically. They will also be able to appreciate the ethical issues that arise with current and emerging computing technologies.

If you're interested in looking through the course syllabus it can be found here: https://www.cambridgeinternational.org/Images/502962-2021-2023-syllabus.pdf


If you're interested in adding this to your course card for next year please fill out the form linked HERE.

FNS is now hiring!

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Parent Volunteers

If you are interested in being a volunteer for PHS, please make sure you have visited the Pasco County Schools website and complete the volunteer application. This application must be completed each year.

http://www.pasco.k12.fl.us/comm/page/volunteer

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PARENTS/GUARDIANS

It is extremely important that each parent/guardian have a parent account on the MyStudent portal. This is where you will be able to access student fees, review your student's schedule, monitor absences/tardies, check grades, and email teachers.
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Final 2022 June Exams: mark your calendars

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Looking for more information?

Be sure to stay in touch with all of the events through Twitter, Facebook and our school website