Pirates Post

Week of September 19th

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Message from Principal Drew...

We have a busy week this week at PCHS:


Monday - We will hold a School Improvement Team Meeting at 3:20. Driver's Education will also begin on this day for the students that have signed up for the class.


Tuesday - We will have a voter registration event during all lunches for eligible students and Volleyball will host Riverside in a conference match.


Wednesday - Soccer will host Manteo at 5:00 and Volleyball will travel to Ayden-Grifton for a match starting at 4:30 for the JV with Varsity to follow.


Thursday - Picture day. Wear your best and smile big. Cross Country will host a meet at 4:00, Volleyball will play at Bertie at 5:00 and JV Football will host Plymouth at 6:30 PM.


Friday - Soccer will host Columbia at 5:00 and Football will be at South Creek at 7:00.


The intruder drill on Friday was very successful. Thank you to the parents and students for being prepared and for following teacher directions.


Students are reminded that any attire that is lewd, vulgar, suggestive or has a symbol or image that is not appropriate for school should not be worn at PCHS.


Lunch is not free to all students this year. If you have not completed a lunch application please do so as soon as possible if you feel you would qualify. Students who have charged three times in the cafeteria will not be allowed to charge any more and will not be allowed to get a lunch from the cafeteria.


Congratulations to Mr. Amos Fletcher and Mrs. Nita Skinner for being selected as the September classified employees of the month. Congratulations also to Mrs. Anisha Spellman and Mrs. Jan Tripp on being selected as the September certified employees of the month. Thanks to each of you on a job well done.


A reminder that Monday, September 26, is an optional teacher workday and students will not have school on this day.


We are looking forward to a great week and to seeing each of you in the morning.

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PCHS Highlights...

Spanish Club> Spanish club is open to ALL students in Perquimans High school with an interest in the Spanish-speaking culture and language. By joining the Spanish Club, you can celebrate Hispanic holidays, learn about different customs, and experience the food, music, and art of Spanish-speaking countries. Speaking Spanish is NOT a requirement to be part of the club.

First meeting: September 22nd during WIN Time

Room: B104


Social Studies Department> Social Studies Students of the Week...

Jay Roberts

Kyla Gordon

Jahmil Blount


Yearbook> Yearbooks are currently on sale for $65. Beginning October 31st, the price will increase to $75.


Special Olympics> Special Olympics is having a Krispy Kreme Doughnut! $8 a box! Money is due on 9/23. Delivery date is 9/30. To place an order, contact Ms. Chiquita Sutton at PCHS!


CTE-Ag Department> Agriculture students of the week...

Morgan Baccus and Caroline Russell.


FFA> FFA students are selling pork chop dinner fundraiser tickets for $10. Dinner is on Oct. 8.


SAVE Club> #startwithhello week. We encourage you to participate in the following activities each day...



Monday- Pose for a picture in our #startwithhello frame at lunch

Tuesday- Walk with someone new, take a new friend selfie

Wednesday- Wear Green

Thursday- Compliment someone

Friday- Stop by the SAVE club table at lunch and receive a piece of candy with an inspirational quote attached. This week is presented to you by the SAVE club (students against violence everywhere). #startwithhello


FCCLA> FCCLA will have an interest meeting during WIN on Wednesday, September 21st in Mrs. Mountjoy-Riddick's classroom. All previous members and any students who have been enrolled in a FACS class with Mrs. Mountjoy-Riddick are welcome to attend and join.


Math Department> Math Students of the Week...

Carver - J'Tia Watson - Math 4

Jacox - Anaiya Almodova - Math 2

Riddick - Nathan Biter - Math 1

Spruill - Maddux Thach - Math 2


Science Department> Science Students of the Week...

Mr. Poole - Jer'mayia Whidbee

Mrs. Baker n- Heather Smith

Mr. Conrad - Jarmon Overton

Best of luck to Mr. Fipps as he heads to Oscar Smith High School in Virginia!

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Mrs. Perry's Animal Science students giving the goats a pedicure!

News from Nurse Goetsch...

Attention SENIORS


North Carolina Law requires every student entering 12th Grade receive a Meningococcal vaccine. Proof of immunization must be received at the school no later than September 28, 2022. Please contact your healthcare provider or local health department to schedule a time for your child to receive these vaccines. Please let us know if we can assist you in making these arrangements.

Counselor's Corner: Student Services

The ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) will be offered on the following dates during the 2022-2023 school year for 10th through 12th grade students:


October 11, 2022

January 26, 2023

March 28, 2023


Please see Mrs. Thomas to sign up for one of these sessions.


Reasons to take the ASVAB:

  1. It is FREE!
  2. You need it for military entrance (although you do not have to enter the military if you take the test)
  3. It is a career assessment tool which helps identify which careers are best for you
  4. After taking the test, you will have access to a variety of career and college search tools that are not available to other people


FACT SHEET

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