PHS Daily Bulletin

January 19, 2022 ** Wednesday** Rotation day 2** EOP**

REVISED spectator policy for January 2022

**Spectator Policy Revised (Effective Thursday 1/13/22): We will be going back to our pre-winter break protocols. There will be no limits on spectators.



The Pennsbury Speech and Debate participated in the Freehold Township High School Tournament on Saturday, January 15, 2022.

PHS won 9 individual awards led by Senior Ellie Han who won 1st place in Lincoln Douglas (Varsity). Other winners included Ash Shah, Michael Lynott, and Noah Gannon - Extemporaneous Speaking, Olivia Beno and Rachel Constantino - Lincoln Douglas (Novice/JV), Gabrielle Bamberski - Lincoln Douglas (Varsity), Jacob Notte and Vinay Belagodu - Public Forum (Varsity) and Gianna Mathas - Impromptu.

Congratulations to all of the Pennsbury competitors and Coach Chris Berdnik!


Senior teachers, please please please encourage your students to get their photographs taken for the Inside Out Project - a global street art project coming to PHS this spring! Our theme is "The Many Faces of Pennsbury: Visualizing Individuality" and we want to get as many students as we can to participate - help us celebrate them and our school community! Seniors can contact Ms. Weber or stop by the Video Production Studio (Room 232 in PHS EAST) during the end of D period or directly after school on Wednesday Jan 12 or Thursday Jan 13. We have QR codes that directly link to the permission slip in room 232 to streamline the process- the more students, the merrier! More about the project: The photographs will be part of a temporary installation on the walls of the pool house. These huge, large scale black and white portrait photographs will reflect our communities unique differences while reinforcing the concept that we are all human. It’s about celebrating people - specifically, the upcoming graduating class of 2022! To find out more about this project go to or contact Ms. Weber at!

Please see below for information regarding Final Exam procedures and the Final Exam Schedule for 9th-12th grade students for January 2022.

Every student is expected to take the final exam during their regularly scheduled period

  • Any student who fails to attend a scheduled exam will receive a 0% for a final exam grade.

  • Senior students who earn a final grade of 80%, are exempted from their final exam and are not permitted in the building on final exam days.

  • If a student is ill and unable to take a final exam, a parent must notify the PHS attendance office on the morning the final exam is scheduled.

    • If a doctor’s note is provided and approval is granted, you will be contacted by the student’s counselor.

      • Student’s will be able to take make-up exams on Thursday, February 3, 2022 from 2:30-5:00pm, after school in the East Library OR Saturday, February 5, 2022 from 8:00am- 2:00pm in the Orange Cafeteria.

      • If other arrangements need to be made, administrative approval is needed.

    • These exams will need to be done IN PERSON


Wednesday, January 26, 2022


A PERIOD Final Exam

Area Bus Run after exam at 9:15


B PERIOD Final Exam

Regular Bus Run after exam at 11:!5

Thursday, January 27, 2022


C PERIOD Final Exam

Area Bus Run after exam at 9:15


D PERIOD Final Exam

Regular Bus Run after exam at 11:15

AREA BUS RUN information is posted in the main office at both East and West.

On the days of final exams:

  • Bus runs in the morning are exactly how they are on a normal school day.

  • Students are to report directly to the room where their exams will be administered.

  • Any student arriving at the building before their scheduled exam should report to the Orange Cafeteria at PHS West Building or the Cafeteria at PHS East Building for a quiet study hall.

    • For example, if your child does not have an A or C period final exam on January 26th, but they have a B or D period final exam, they can still arrive at 7:20am, they should just report to either the Orange Cafeteria or the East Cafeteria until their B or D period exam begins.

Please do not hesitate to reach out to your child's teacher or the school counseling office if you have questions regarding final exams.


Please be advised that the East library will be closed for Keystone make -ups on 1/13, 1/14 and 1/19.

PLEASE NOTE if a loaner chromebook is needed you can still stop in for one.


Emails about outstanding obligations have been sent out. Please check your student email to see if you have an outstanding obligation(s). Please note all obligations must be resolved in order to purchase any upcoming dance tickets as well as event tickets. Any questions about obligations should be directed to the teacher that wrote the obligation. Obligations can be cleared at both East and West main office.

ATTN SENIORS! Important Graduation Information

The preparations begin now for the June 2022 Graduation with the ordering of cap/gown and verification of the student's name on the diploma. This year we are handling payments through PaySchool. Your payment goes toward the cost of your diploma, diploma cover, the purchase of your tassel and cap, and the rental of your gown. Graduation fees are $27 and $32 for National Honors Society (which will cover the cost of the extra tassel).

The link for payment is located here. You must be prepared with your approximate height and weight as well as how you would like your name to appear on the diploma.

Please note that the diploma name must be the legal name and will be the name read at graduation. For example, your name could read as John J. Smith, John Jeffery Smith or John Smith.

All orders must be placed by January 31st.

Website below:

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