PHS News, Upcoming Events, and Recognition
Flying is hard
"Whoever first coined the phrase 'you're the wind beneath my wings' most assuredly was reflecting on the sublime influence of a very special teacher."
Flying is difficult for humans...literally. Flying is also terrifying for a lot of people. As we begin our spring semester, we are trying to encourage those who we want to suceed to fly. Others we are trying to prepare to leave the nest that is PHS. Regardless of how well students seem to respond to these forced flights toward new heights, success, or life in general there will come a time in their life when they reflect upon some lesson, some saying, or some act of rigid guidance or kindness that you imparted to them that will create the warm current they need to uplift them...for that, I thank you!
- Wednesday (2/3)-Juniors off campus and guided reading lunch to eat at local businesses sponsoring our Kicking Cancer efforts
- Thursday (2/4)- Kicking Cancer Assembly/PHS Gym link to Schedule
Mr. Oram assists a student in stretching. A critical component of his courses.
Students in Mr. Oram's weights class work on their "guns"
This is the why?
Mr. Oram assists a student and explains what the physiology behind the work is and why it is important