November 9 Grizzly Update

November Mayor's Award Recipient, James Presson

PJHS Parents and Students,


Term 2 is off and running! As we get Term 2 started, please continue to stay up with assignments and projects. This will help stop the end of the term stress!  Many students are already missing more than 3 assignments in a class. Check out student grades on

Social Media

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4.0/Perfect Attendance Reward 

Teachers and Students,  we would like to congratulate all students who have achieved a 4.0/Perfect Attendance by having a social in their honor on Wednesday, November 9 at 10 am. Students please check with your third period teacher and see if your name is on the list.

Perfect Attendance

This weeks winners for Perfect Attendance are Megan Christensen 7th grade and Hannah Eddington 9th grade. Way to Go!!

Sudoku Challenge Winner

Congratulations to Sarah Baker, Courtnie Houston and Cozette Caron for winning the Sudoku Challenge for the week. Come to Mrs. Purcell's Class in D-135 to claim your prize.

Jr. High Wrestling

Wrestling has started but it is not too late to come join the team and help them continue a strong wrestling tradition at PJHS!

Food Drive

Students---we're upping the prize for the food drive-which will now be called THE HUNGER GAMES! Whichever 3rd period class donates the most cans of food will win a donut party and get to play a game of KICKBALL. Bring just 1 can by November 18, and we can reach our goal of 1,000. May the odds be ever in your favor!

4-H News

New after school clubs will be starting soon. Watch for flyers and listen for announcements to find out all the clubs available. Please contact Miss Ogden ( if you have questions. You can also pick up a registration form from Miss Ogden in room C-66.

Monday- Foods

Tuesday- Foods and Maker Club


Thursday- Star Wars

Friday- Ping Pong and Zodiac Quest Club

Patriotic Contests 

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 for details on each contest, including age requirements and cash prizes. We are so excited to receive your entries!


Nov 9    Wrestling @ Mapleton Jr. 3:30

Nov 10    7pm Veterans' Concert

Nov 11    8 am Veterans' Assembly

Nov 17    Faculty Thanksgiving Lunch

               FFA- Degree Ceremony 6 pm

Nov 18    Food Drive Ends

Nov 22    8am Talent Show

               Wrestling @ Diamond Fork 3:30

Nov 23-25  No School- Thanksgiving Break