Hawk Talk

Peninsula High School - June 18th, 2021

A Message from Dr. Potts

Dear Seahawk Families,


We are near the end of the school year, and already planning for the fall.


Let me take a moment to thank all those who made graduation a special event this year for our seniors and their families. Though the date changed and we were out of the Harbor for the event, the day and ceremony spotlighted our graduates and gave families a chance to celebrate a significant academic accomplishment. And the car parade also provided a chance for our community to say “well done” to seniors and families who have endured challenging times and achieved a very positive outcome. Seahawk proud in so many ways!


Our last Hawk Talk shifts the focus from the spring to the summer. Included you will find information about yearbooks and sports trainings and our opportunities. The yearbooks this year are wonderful—as usual—but this collection of memories was done during a challenging school year, and the mix of stories, photos, and highlights document the process of navigating, in a spirited way—this past school year. There is a link with information if students and families are interested in purchasing.


Sports programs begin with training sessions this summer. Information about various programs and opportunities for students is also included. Follow the link for dates and times. We want to encourage all students to participate in a club, sport, or an activity.


Summer also means that various academic food services programs are available for families. The summer lunch/backpack program is continuing and information about sites and times is included, as well as the Summer Lunch in the Park Program. Both are free to families, and we encourage families to take advantage of these wonderful opportunities. Summer school at PHS this year includes face-to-face credit recovery in short, three-week sessions. Each credit recovery session is paired with a camp opportunity. Frankly, there is no better way for students to earn back credits, improve skills, and enjoy a camp of choice than this program. Please find the link to this program and others across the district in our newsletter.


Finally, we would like to express sincere thanks and gratitude to students, families, and community for helping to navigate through a challenging year. Next year will be better. We will build and grow on what we have learned.


Sincerely,


Joe Potts, Ph.D.

Principal

Important Dates

  • 6/17-6/22- Finals Days
  • 6/23- Last day of school! Remote 1/2 day Schedule
  • 6/28- Grades are due
  • 8/19- Seahawk 101
  • 9/7- First day of school

Senior Updates

Congratulations to the Class of 2021!


Thank you for helping make graduation weekend such a success.

You can view the graduation recording and pictures HERE.


Diplomas and transcripts will be mailed by the middle of July. If you need to send transcripts to a college, you can find the directions HERE

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Yearbooks

Yearbooks are here! If you have already bought a 2021 yearbook, you will be able to pick it up in the cafeteria at lunch Monday & Tuesday. If you have not bought a book yet, get yours before we sell out! You can visit the bookkeeper or pay HERE; they are $50. You can also view on the bookkeeper link under "account history," to see if you have already purchased one this year.


Remote students and graduated seniors can pick up their books using our drive-through option. A station will be set-up outside of Ms. Jinneman's room, 516, during 5th and 6th period (12:00-2:00 p.m.) the 17th, 18th, 21st, and 22nd. The station is located past the bus turnaround next to the cafeteria.

Fall Sports & Summer Workouts

Fall Sports

Family ID will remain open for Football registrations through the summer with the first mandatory practice on August 18th.


Family ID will open for Fall sports registrations on July 23rd with the first day of practices for all fall sports on August 23rd.


Summer Workouts

There are many opportunities to get in-shape and ready for next year's sports season, click HERE for a breakdown of sports and workout opportunities.


If you have questions or needs additional details, please contact the Athletic office (253-530-4411) or the program head coach. Or visit the Athletic page on our website.

Summer School Opportunities

The Peninsula School District is offering several summer school opportunities! Please review the options below.


PSD Summer Learning Opportunity- Program is in-person at PHS. Serves students who need to recover a credit, but also provides a fun camp experience in an area of interest.


Peninsula Internet Academy- Online summer school for students who want to get ahead in credits OR recover credits.


Summer Satellite West Sound Tech Academy- A hybrid (in-person & online) option for students who want to explore a career interest and earn a CTE credit.


During Summer 2021 all learning opportunities, including any associated transportation and meals, are free for participating students.


Register ASAP, so we can make sure all options are staffed and students are supported.

AP Students

If your student is taking an AP course in the Fall, please remind them to the check the PHS website for summer homework information for specific classes.
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