Portola Jr./Sr. High School
"Home of the Tigers"
DINNER AND A MOVIE INVITATION
Tuesday, Jan. 29th, 5:30-8:30pm
155 6th Avenue
We are excited to announce that PJSHS is partnering with CRC to educate our community on a very important topic, screen time.
This FREE event will take place on Tuesday, January 29 from 5:30-7:30 in the PHS gym.
We will serve food from 5:30-5:45 and start the movie at 5:50. Families can eat while watching the movie. We will end with a panel discussion after the viewing.
See the link below for more information.
ABOUT THE FILM Runtime: 68 minutes. Directed by: Delaney Ruston, M.D. Screenagers is about the impact of the digital age on children and how to help families minimize harmful effects and find balance. After seeing the film, people tell us that they feel more confident and better equipped to establish balance around screen time.
1/12 Jr. High Basketball @ Greenville/Chester
1/13 Jr. High Basketball vs. Loyalton/Downieville 11:00-7:00 PM
1/14 Basketball vs. Loyalton-4 PM (no JV girls)
1/16 Basketball vs. Core Butte 2 PM
1/18 Basketball vs. Maxwell-2 PM
1/22 Basketball vs. Core Butte
1/23 Basketball @ Quincy
1/25 Basketball @ Maxwell
1/26 Jr. High Basketball vs. Quincy/Indian Valley
1/28 Basketball vs. Chester-3 PM
1/30 Basketball @ Core Butte
2/1 Basketball vs. Quincy-2 PM
2/1-3 Jr. High Basketball @ Quincy Classic
2/4 Basketball @ North Tahoe
2/6 Basketball @ Biggs
2/8 Basketball vs. Esparto- 2 PM
2/9 Jr. High Basketball vs. Greenville/Chester
2/16 Jr. High Basketball @ Loyalton
Sober Grad Meeting
Thursday, Jan. 17th, 7pm
21st Century Classroom at PJSHS
Lexie's Gift Prom Boutique
RENO, Nev. (KOLO) A local non-profit is making sure every high school student has the opportunity to go to prom. Lexie's Gift unveiled its prom boutique Monday inside the Shoppers Square Mall. Students in need are encouraged to go to the boutique and pick out an entire prom outfit for free.
Founder Barbie Marcoe says after her daughter Lexie two years ago was killed in a car accident, this is her way of keeping Lexie's spirit alive. "She felt everyone should be cute and she felt everyone deserved to be cute. She actually walked along the river and handed out clean clothes so people there felt good about themselves. And as silly as it sounds she wanted people to feel cute and so you know what, we're pretty sure they are going to look around here and feel pretty cute,” Marco explains.
Nearly 2,000 dresses and suits are available, along with accessories. To be eligible for an outfit, students need to show a valid high school ID. The boutique will be on the second floor of Shoppers Square Mall through the end of February on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2 to 6pm, and Saturdays 10 to 6pm. For more information, contact email@example.com or call 775-745-2184 and you can also visit https://www.lexiesgift.com/.