Panther Post

Pikesville High Newsletter | Back to School Issue 2018

From Principal Reid's Desk

Greetings Pikesville High Family,


We hope you had a scintillating summer. Our dynamic adventure together is on the horizon!

Our true-to-life vision remains:


Pikesville High, the heartbeat of our culturally-diverse community, is where PRIDE in our work, and HONOR for ourselves and others, combine to ensure SUCCESS in cultivating our globally-competitive students.


As we eagerly enter the 2018-2019 school season, know that we will continue to set the standard for high-quality, engaging, appropriately challenging, and thoughtful instruction that effectively meets the needs of our wide array of students!


In this first Back-to-School issue of the Panther Post, you will find important links with information for your child to start the school year. Please take time to click through the links below. At the end of September, we will publish another issue with more information on school classes and activities.


Here's to a wonderful opening week!



Yours in Education,

Sandra Reid

Important Dates to Remember

September 10 School and offices closed for Rosh Hashanah

September 17-18 Senior Portraits 2:30-9:00 p.m.

September 19 School and offices closed for Yom Kippur

September 20 Back to School Night 6:30-8:30 p.m.


October 19 School closed; Faculty Professional Day

October 24 POPS Concert 7:30 p.m.

October 26 Homecoming Football Game vs Lansdowne 3:00 p.m. (home)

October 27 Homecoming Dance 7:00 p.m.


For a full calendar, click here

Filling out School Forms: Please Print Clearly

We would like to reinforce the importance of writing email addresses clearly on the contact information forms. If you don’t have to make changes to the form, please just check off the NO CHANGES box and return the form to school. Thank you!

The Health Suite

This is just a reminder to allow your child 24 hours to recover at home from fever or gastro- intestinal Illness before sending them to school. Students are still contagious and their bodies also need to recover before attending a full day of school.


Worried about the flu this season? Read these KEY FACTS from the CDC

Yearbook News & Senior Portrait Info


2018 yearbooks have arrived! If your child ordered a book, he/she can pick it up in Room 128. They will also be in the cafeteria during lunches.


There are a few extra books available for sale for $70. They can be purchased in room 128 or by contacting the yearbook adviser.


Senior portraits will be taken from 2:30-9:00 p.m. on September 17 and 18. All seniors will be mailed an appointment card two weeks prior to the portrait date. If you have any questions or concerns, contact the yearbook adviser, Rita Leiby, at rleiby@bcps.org or contact Lifetouch Photography directly at 410-655-7700.

Pikesville High School Vision

Pikesville High, the heartbeat of our culturally-diverse community, is where pride in our work, and honor for ourselves and others, combine to ensure success in cultivating our globally-competitive students.

About Us

Important Numbers

Main Number: 410- 443-809-1217

Guidance: 410- 443-809-1219

Nurse: 410- 443-809-3003


Athletic Director: 410- 443-809-1257


Principal

Mrs. Sandra Reid sreid@bcps.org


Assistant Principals

Grade 10 and A-F grade 9, Mrs. Seymour ashinners@bcps.org

Grade 11 and P-Z grade 9, Mr. Robinson, probinson@bcps.org

Grade 12 and G-O grade 9, Mr. Carney acarney@bcps.org