Grizzly Update November 1Published by alesha.lemmon on Wed, 11/02/2016 - 08:54
PJHS Parents and Students,
Term 1 down! Parents and students remember to stay on top of your school work as a new terms starts! It is much easier to stay up with the class than to have to catch up!
CRISIS & TIPLINE SERVICES
We are happy to announce the implementation of the SafeUT Crisis & Tipline Services. SafeUT is a new tool designed to provide confidential two-way communication with SafeUT crisis counselors or school staff through the SafeUT Mobile App or Web.
The SafeUT CrisisLine provides 24/7 crisis intervention and emotional support in any type of crisis. Students can call the Crisis Line and speak directly to a crisis counselor or start a CrisisChat through the mobile app or web.
Students can also send non-crisis tips to school officials regarding topics such as bullying, cyberbullying, gang activity, drug & alcohol activity, and more. All tips are completely anonymous.
SafeUT helps to provide students with a safe and secure school environment and it provides our school administration with the communication and management tools needed to help and mange on campus situations.
Students will receive training on how to use the SafeUT Crisis & Tipline Services by their school administrators. The SafeUT Mobile App is available in the Apple and Google Play stores. Search “SafeUT”.
Please check us out on any of these social media sites!
Congratulations to this weeks winner of Perfect Attendnace Karley Carron-Campbell 8th grade. The amount will double for 7th and 9th grade next week. Your attendance matters!!
Sudoku Challenge Winner
Congratulations to Madison McClellan, Konnor Minor, and Kylie Quittner for winning the Sudoku Challenge for the week. Come to Mrs. Purcell's class in D-135 to claim your prize.
Congratulations to the top finishers in yesterday’s Badminton Tournament. If you want a challenge, try playing against these guys; in the B league the winners were: Gavin Williams, Jackson Fitzwater, Taylor Brothersen & Andrew Sorensen. In the A league the winners were: Tucker Naccarato, CJ Ward, Isaac Marker & Joseph Brandley.
Jr. High Wrestling
Wrestling will start on Oct. 31st.
4H After School Clubs are a great way to have lots of fun. We also have two homework help clubs which are geared towards helping students with their math homework or if they just need to stay at school to use a computer. One before school and one after school. This year the fee for clubs is $15 for the year. This will help to cover supplies for the clubs plus students will get a t-shirt! A registration form for the 2016-2017 school year also needs to be filled out and returned to Miss Ogden in room C-66. Students can pick up forms from Miss Ogden or from the front office. Here is a list of the clubs for fall:
Monday (2:00-3:30)- Harry Potter Cooking Club
Tuesday (2:45-4:30)- Maker Club & Foods Club
Wednesday (2:45-4:30)- Robotics & Computer Coding
Thursday (2:45-4:30)- Wrestling Training & Pinterest
Friday (2:45-4:30)- Ping Pong
Homework Clubs are Tuesday through Friday mornings in Mrs. Wagner’s (D148) 7:20-7:50 and Tuesday and Friday afternoons in Ms. LeBaron’s room ( C78) 2:45-3:30.
The Freedom Festival sponsors multiple patriotic contests each year in categories including Art, Essay, Speech, Storytelling, and Video. The video contest is open to everyone; other contests are open only to students. The contest theme this year is Freedom.
In addition to receiving cash prizes, contest winners enjoy having their work promoted in the community by the Freedom Festival all year.
The deadline for all contests is November 14, so get moving!
Go to www.freedomfestival.org/contests for details on each contest, including age requirements and cash prizes. We are so excited to receive your entries.