Pickerington High School Central

October 14, 2016

From the Principal

Social Media often paints a picture of negativity although all of the information may not be accurate. In light of recent events this week with Spirit Week, I would like to state that I did not ever approve a transgender day or a senior citizens day. That was something the students constructed on their own. I would never approve an activity that would be negative or offensive to any group of individuals.

We are having a pep rally today for the North/Central game.

Mrs. Tennenbaum

What is going on?

Central/North Football Game

-Tickets are $4 for students - and senior citizens - and $6 for adults
Reserved seats are $8 and only available at PC prior to the game on Friday.

-Tickets will be available at both HS Athletic offices.
PHSC: Monday - Friday, 8 am to 3 pm
PHSN: Tuesday - Friday, 8 am to 3 pm

-Tickets can also be purchased on-line: https://www.localevelevents.com/events/details/2103

There is a .98 additional charge for adult tickets and .90 for students/seniors

-Ticket booths and gates at Tiger Stadium will open at 5:30 on Friday.

-Face paint, masks, food, and beverages are prohibited.

-Prior to entering the stadium, bags will be check by a uniformed law enforcement officer.

Who can you contact?

Students last name ending in

A-E: Jennifer Dashner (Counselor), Dr. Twana Black (Administrator)

F-L: Maria Perez (Counselor), Susan Caudill (Administrator)

M-Ri: Lynn Dembski (Counselor), Jim Campbell (Administrator)

Ro-Z: Julie Brunner (Counselor), Dr. Michael Jackson (Administrator)

Eastland-Fairfield Career Center High School Parent Night

November 10th from 6:30-8:00 PM at Reynoldsburg High School -Summit Campus. There will be breakout sessions for parents of 9th and 10th graders to be better informed about the last two years of high school. Contact the Eastland-Fairfield District Office at 614-836-4530 or email cboucher@efcts.us with any questions.

Parent/Teacher conferences

Parent/Teachers conferences will be held on October 20th and October 25th from 3:30 until 7:00 pm. Contact any teacher who you would like to meet with to set up a conference time.

Sandy Hook Promise

The week of October 24-28 is Say Something week which is sponsored by the Sandy Hook Promise. It encourages students to go to their trusted adult in the building if they see something on social media or hear something that could cause danger to a student or to the school. We hope to increase our ability to keep our school, our students and our staff safe.

A Christmas Carol

Our Theatre Department will perform "A Christmas Carol" this year. Tickets are on sale for $11.00 now at locallevelevents.com. We have performers of all ages and from all schools. Please come out and support our amazing actors and actresses.

Dates of Shows

Dec. 1st - 7:00 P.M.

Dec. 2nd -8:00 P.M

Dec. 3rd - 2:00 P.M. and 8:00 P.M

Dec. 4th - 8:00 P.M.

Antique and Craft Show

The annual Antique and Craft Show that benefits both High Schools will be held on November 5th from 9-3. Save the date and come out to support our PTO and to begin your holiday shopping early. If you can give an hour or 2 to volunteer please contact PTO President Tammy Wilson at wilsonfam1997@att.net.

Dates to Remember

October 14 - end of 1st grading period

October 16-18: Sunny Side Up

October 21: Senior Panoramic and Gap and Gown Presentation 8 am

October 26: Hearing and Vision screenings for 9th graders

Fall Sports Post season

Best of luck to our Boys and Girls Soccer teams and our Volleyball team who will participate in post season play. Come and support our Tigers.

Girls Volleyball : Oct 20th at 6 pm at PHSC

Girls Soccer: Oct 20th at 7 pm at Tiger Stadium

Boys Soccer: October 22nd at 7 pm at Tiger Stadium