PGHS Daily Bulletin
Friday, September 20, 2019
RALLY DAY INFO!!! TODAY, FRIDAY, 9/20!
If you did not know it....Channel 40 was here at 7:30 this morning for a live clip!! Thank you band, cheer, football and flock members who came early to participate!!! GO EAGLES!!!
RALLY DAY SCHEDULE TODAY!!! AT the end of the day TODAY we have our annual homecoming rally beginning at 2:30! SEE YOU THERE!!! We will be revealing the final "Homecoming Court"!!!
MAKE UP PICTURE DAY - TODAY!
Picture make up day is TODAY, FRIDAY, 9/20 in the small gym at lunch. If you missed the first picture day and do not have an ID card make sure you go take your ID card picture. The only other reason you would be trying to take a make-up pictures would be if you are purchasing pictures. Sorry, there will be no make-ups for those who just don’t like their ID card picture.
Picture packages for those who wish to take new pictures are in the ASB room.
HOMECOMING SPIRIT DAYS!! FUN! FUN! FUN!
MONDAY, 9/23 - CLASS "T" & PJ DAY
TUESDAY, 9/24 - TWIN DAY
WEDNESDAY, 9/25 - OPPOSITE DAY
THURSDAY, 9/26 - TACKY THURSDAY
FRIDAY, 9/27 - FLOCK FRIDAY
- Homecoming Guest passes are available from the ASB room. If you want to bring an off-campus guest to Homecoming you must have a guest pass turned in by Sept. 23rd.
- All PG students who want to go to the Homecoming Dance need dance contracts completely filled out and with them when they want to buy a ticket. They are available in the ASB room.
- Dance tickets are on sale now ($10 w/ ASB card and $15 w/o ASB and off Campus Guest) Next week prices go up to $15 w/ASB and $20 w/o...) Homecoming Dance is on Saturday, 9/28 from 7:00-10:30 p.m.
- NEXT WEEK!!! GET READY!!
- Powderpuff games on Wednesday, 9/25
- Parade and football games Friday, 9/27
- Homecoming Dance on Saturday, 9/28
FLOAT CONSTRUCTION - HELPERS NEEDED!!! GET INVOLVED!!! IT'S FUN!!!
Float Construction continues tomorrow (Saturday) from 9-12 and after school (Monday-Thursday) next week from 3:30-6:00 in the ASB room. Come help construct your class float and get community service hours. WE need your help!! :)
CSF (California Scholarship Federation) application period is open now and runs through Monday, September 30th for Term 2 of last school year 18/19 ending May 2019. Applications with criteria are attached below and are also available in the Career Center. Complete the application first to make sure you qualify then pay the $5.00 application fee and turn in form to Mrs. Grundman at the Controller’s Window in the Administration Office. DO NOT attach your transcript or report card. Grades will be verified separately. Questions see Mrs. Aguero in the Career Center located in the Student Services Office before or after school or during your lunch. Thank you. (J. Aguero, 9/30)
Saturday, September 28th - "Homecoming Dance", 7:00-10:30 p.m.
Wednesday, October 16th - "EGUSD College & Career Night" @ Florin H.S., 6:00-8:30
Wednesday, October 16th - PSAT Testing (reverse minimum day) @ PG, sales begin September 3rd and end October 11th with Mrs. Grundman (our controller); cost $18 (for juniors and freshmen). Note: all 10th graders test free and do not need to sign-up (they will receive their study guide in Advocacy at the end of September). All 4-year college-bound juniors should take the test to practice for the SAT. See below for additional info.
Thursday, October 17th - Unity Day #1, small gym
If you never got a 2019-20 Student ID card, don’t miss TODAY'S (Friday, 9/20) make up ID pics during your lunch behind the snack bar to get your free ID card. After Friday you’ll need to pay $5 for a reprint; however the library does NOT have an ID card printer until after retakes are done. (Ms. V, 9/20)
Library Hours: M,T,W,F - 7:30-3:20 and late Thursdays, 8:00-3:20
COLLEGE VISITS @ PG THIS FALL!!! NEW ADDITIONS!!! SIGN UP NOW!!!
The following colleges will be visiting PGHS. Sign up on the computer in the Career Center (located on the back left table) to receive a pass on the day of the event. These visits are a great opportunity to meet admission reps, learn about the school’s admission requirements, costs, housing, majors and much more! The list will be updated regularly so keep checking.
September 23rd (Monday) – USC, 12:00
September 24th (Tuesday) - University of Hawaii, 8:00
September 24th (Tuesday) - Soka University, 8:30
September 24th (Tuesday), University of Hawaii, 8:15
September 24th (Tuesday) - UOP, 9:15
September 24th (Tuesday) - UC Irvine, 10:15
September 25th (Wednesday) – Washington State University, 2:15
September 26th (Thursday) - Louisiana State University (LSU), 9:15
September 26th (Thursday) - University of Redlands, 11:00
September 30th (Monday) - Azusa Pacific, 1:00
September 30th (Monday) - University of Florida, 2:15
October 2nd (Wednesday) - Vanderbilt, 2:15
October 8th (Tuesday) - UC Santa Cruz, 8:15
October 9th (Wednesday) - Dartmouth, 9:00
October 11th (Friday) - NYU, tba
October 14th (Monday) - University of San Francisco, 2:15
October 18th (Friday) - University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 10:15
October 24th (Thursday) - University of Chicago, 12:30
October 29th (Tuesday) - Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, 9:00
October 29th (Tuesday) - UC Davis, 10:15
November 8th (Friday) - University of Nevada, Reno, 9:15
Culinary Club meeting after school Tuesday, 9/24 in HN 5. (A. Carpenter, 9/24)
If you are interested in STEM and problem solving, then MESA is the club for you! Find out more about MESA and come to our first meeting on Tuesday, 9/24 from 3:30 – 4:30 pm in HF2. (L. Bjorgum,9/24)
UPDATES FROM ATHLETIC DIRECTOR GRADIN!
Women’s tennis beat Consumes Oaks yesterday 6-3!!! WAY TO GO LADY EAGLES!!!
SPORTS ON TAP
TODAY - Friday 9/20
JV/V football vs Franklin at SPG Stadium, 5:15/7:00
Cross Country at UOP for Tiger Invitational. Start time is 8:00 a.m.
UPCOMING SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES
The Wilton Community Fair needs volunteers for their event on Saturday, October 12, 2019 at the Wilton Community Center (corner of Dillard & Colony roads). Help is needed in the areas of: booths, kid's activities, cake walk, watermelon eating contest, etc...Please contact Claire Delfino at 916-801-6066 for any questions and to volunteer.
2019 Wilton Community Fair Flyer Community Service Hours.jpg
Pleasant Grove Elementary is looking for volunteers for their Fall Carnival on Friday, October 18th (time tba). Help is needed in the areas of concessions, game booths, set-up/clean-up. Please call or text John Lorraine at (916) 236-5081.
Bradley Ranch Winery and Events is having a Pumpkin Patch for the month of October. They need volunteers to run: concession stands, direct cars in parking lot, pumpkin set-up, jump house supervision, etc.. on Wednesday-Sundays, 4-8 p.m. on weekdays and all day on Saturday & Sundays. Location: Bradley Ranch Winery, 11070 Bradley Ranch Road, Elk Grove, CA 95624 Contact: Matt @ 916-479-4088. Bradley Ranch Winery supports the Elk Grove Community and has hosted various events for PG Football Boosters, EG Rotary, Autism Speaks, etc..
Don't forget to check in the "AG Department" for community service opportunities as well. Speak to an AG teacher for specifics on receiving an AG activity point vs community service...
DO THE RIGHT THING, BE KIND TO ONE ANOTHER AND REMEMBER TO DO YOUR HOMEWORK! :)
Be Safe – Be Respectful – Be Responsible – Be Your Best
PG Star Cafe: Good morning Eagles! Do you need a home baked brownie or chocolate chip cookies baked from scratch? Pike Place Roast Coffee? Help support the Pathways program every late start Thursday morning, come to the PG Star Cafe in HH-4, 7:45-8:45! We have many other snacks, and we sell each item for only $1. Starbucks generously donates the coffee, and we have hot chocolate and tea. Thank you for your support! (K. Sutton)
Are you are senior??? Do you want to go??? First come first served #$320 w/ ASB $340 w/o. Buses have to fill to go.. We only took one bus last year. That’s 50 total. If we get 100 then two (2) buses will go… etc… Sign up soon if you want to go. (J. Platt, 9/16)
Our "After school Tutoring Program" is up and running. We have grown to include peer tutors, a math teacher and a Spanish teacher each tutoring session. If you are in need of some assistance in those areas, or are looking for a place to do homework, come by HG-7 on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school from 3:15-4:15.
Tuesdays, 7:25-7:55 a.m. in HM11
Tuesdays, 3:15-4:15 p.m. in HG7
Thursdays, 3:15-4:15 p.m. in HG7
Fridays, 7:25-7:55 a.m. in HM1
WORLD LANGUAGE Tutoring
Mon. 1st Lunch HN4 Mora
2nd Lunch HN8 Hirst
3:15-3:45 HN11 Marxson
Tues. 7:15-7:45 HN9 Sousa
Wed. 1st Lunch HN1 Conway
2nd Lunch HN7 Ceja
Thurs. 1st Lunch HN8 Robison
Japanese: Thurs. 2nd Lunch HN4 Ueyama
The United States Naval Academy is having an Admissions Forum on Saturday, October 5, 2019 at the CA Office of Emergency Services, 3650 Schriever Avenue, Mather, CA 95655, 11:00-2:00. Learn about Full College Scholarships and being paid while attending college, 25 Academic Majors, exciting careers after graduation, D1 Varsity Sports. FYI - The Naval Academy was recently voted the only "service academy" in the Wall Street Journal's TOP 100 COLLEGES FOR 2019! Flyer at bottom of bulletin.
· Wednesday, October 16 (goes on sale 9/3/19)
· Reverse Minimum Day
· 8:00 AM - 11:59 AM
· 10th Grade (Advocacy Classes)
· 9th and 11th grades will be assigned specific classrooms
· Sophomores are free!
· $18.00 per student tested (Freshmen and Juniors Only)
Pre-registration is required for freshmen and juniors. All sophomores will be taking the PSAT in their Advocacy classes. Freshmen & Juniors should register for the test with Mrs. Grundman, our School Site Controller (little window to the left of the back attendance office windows). Freshmen & Juniors will receive a study workbook when they register. Sophomores will receive their workbooks in Advocacy.
Registration deadline- October 11th
The PSAT measures critical thinking skills that are important for success in college, including critical reading, math problem-solving and writing skills. The most common reasons for taking the PSAT are:
· to receive feedback on your strengths and weaknesses on skills necessary for college study. You can then focus your preparation on those areas that could most benefit from additional study or practice.
· to see how your performance on an admissions test might compare with that of others applying to college.
· to enter the competition for scholarships from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (grade 11).
· to help prepare for the SAT. You can become familiar with the kinds of questions and exact directions you will see on the SAT.
· to receive information from colleges when you check “yes” to Student Search Service.
EGUSD will be hosting the 27th Annual College and Career Fair in the multipurpose room at Florin High School (7956 Cottonwood Lane, Sacramento) on Wednesday, October 16th from 6:00-8:30 p.m. This annual event provides an opportunity for all students and parents an opportunity to increase their breadth of knowledge in exploring the college enrollment process. Families can visit and meet with college admission representatives and advisors, business owners as well as community organizations to explore many career possibilities.