Pulse of the Pirates
February 2021 Newsletter for Plainview JH/SH
February 3 - 1:00 Dismissal for Professional Development
February 5 - I Love Public Schools Day
February 11 - 1:00 Dismissal, Parent Teacher Conferences 3:30 - 7:30
February 12 - No School - Winter Break
February 17 - 1:00 Dismissal for Professional Development
February 24 - Spring Picture Day
Parent Teacher Conferences
Parent Teacher Conferences will be in person located in the Tartan gym on February 11th starting at 3:30 and running until 7:30pm. We will hand out report cards for your students when you arrive before meeting with teachers. This is a great time to meet face to face with the people that are educating your children and see/hear about the great things your children are doing. We have consistently been at the 50% mark or lower for attendance and would like to improve that number to 80% or better at the 7-12 level. We hope to see you all there!
FCCLA Book Drive
Share Pictures with our Yearbook!
Pirate Community please submit your photos for consideration in the yearbook!
There are two ways to share:
1. Click on the link here. https://snap.yearbookforever.com/index.html#/upload/16520
2. Download the Yearbook Snap (Walsworth) App from Google Play or the Apple App Store.
This is the easiest if the photos are on your device.
To submit photos:
1. click on submit photos area
2. Search Plainview High School
3. Use code Pirate
4. Choose category that photo applies to
5. Select photos (you may submit up to 5 at a time)
6. And click Upload
7. You will be asked to enter your name and email address.
SO, CAPTURE THOSE MOMENTS IN BETWEEN AND BEHIND THE SCENES OF SCHOOL AND SHARE AWAY!
Plainview Public School Staff
The Plainview FCCLA Red Cross Blood Drive held on February 12 at Plainview High School was a success as it passed its goal by 17 units. With all time slots filled at the start of the drive, the Red Cross Workers were busy continually throughout the day. At the close of the drive a total of 55 units were collected.
“The community showed amazing support for the drive. This is the first time that all time slots were filled by the day of the drive. The majority of the donors had registered using the online system, and close to half used the Rapid Pass to speed along their donation process,” stated Adviser Ronita Jacobsen. “A special thank you to those who donated, helped with setup and running the drive, and arranging schedules to allow for others to donate.”
The next blood drive will be March 16th from 9am-3pm at the high school. Appointments can be made online starting now or by contacting Ronita Jacobsen at the high school. Notification of the drive will be given again the first week of March to recruit donors.