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Announcements 6/23/2022

The PHS Quarter Four Honor Roll has now been updated. Please help us celebrate the 1200+ students who achieved Honor Roll grades in quarter four.
Upcoming Events  
 Tues. and Thurs. through June and July (beginning June 9) the office will be open from 9am-12pm, In the event of illness or emergency the office may close early. Please call before dropping by to ensure that someone is available to help you. 419-874-3181
Work permits have been linked below - The Student/Applicant section and the Pledge of the Employer must be filled out in full, including the tax ID number and the 4 boxes numbered 1-4, similarly the Physician's certificates must also be filled out IF there isn't a current physical on file. 
When the form is filled out it is to be submitted to the school in person or electronically.
If in person, please allow 15-20 minutes to process a work permit. Work permits can be submitted electronically to [email protected]
  1. Students if you need technical assistance with your laptop over the summer. Please use this link to make an appointment.
  1. (05/16) The rowing team is hosting two learn to row sessions this summer for incoming 9-12th grade students. Anyone who is interested in learning about the sport or interested in joining fall or spring rowing next year is encouraged to participate in one of these sessions. You will learn the fundamentals of the sport in a fun and supportive environment while getting to work with current rowers and PHS rowing coaches. The first session will run from June 13-17th from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm. The second session will run from July 25-29th from 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm. The cost is $90 for a session and includes a t-shirt. Sign up at this link today!
Questions – email [email protected]
  1. (05/09) Parents and Guardians of RISING SENIORS (Class of 2023)
Information went home with your student last week regarding senior portraits for the yearbook.  Senior portraits will be taken at PHS this summer on July 25, 26, 27 in the Aux Gym.  Please book your 5-minute appointment here: 
 Email Mrs. Wagener ([email protected]) if you are unable to be photographed on those dates.  A make-up date will be scheduled in the fall. 
**DRESSCODE: Please be aware that seniors are expected to dress appropriately in these portraits. This means collared shirts, suit jackets optional. No spaghetti straps, halter tops, or strapless shirts. The photographer offers the “black drape” top for a more classic look. Hats are not permitted in senior portraits. Board approved dress code guidelines should be followed.  Please refer to page 16 of the school handbook for additional guidelines.  
  1.  Important Yearbook Information: While the yearbook staff is hurrying to finish up this year's book, they're already planning for distribution day this summer! The Black and Gold yearbook will be hosting yearbook distribution day on Tuesday, August 9 from 10-2 in the Aux Gym. STUCO and Pride Club are partnering with yearbook to host a Signing Party from 11:00-1:00 on Tuesday, August 9. Mark your calendars! 
Attention Parents/Guardians of current Junior Students:                                       
Before your student starts their senior year, Ohio state law requires that they must turn in documentation of having had a meningococcal (serogroups A, C, W, Y) immunization that would have been given on or after their 16th birthday.  Many students may have received one prior to age 16 years of age but will need a second one that was given after age 16 years.  Paperwork showing that your student has taken care of this requirement for next school year can be turned in to the nurse at the high school beginning now.   Please also be aware that, although it is not a state requirement, the 2 dose vaccine series for Meningitis B is extremely important for your child to have as 70% of Ohio's cases of meningitis are from type B.   Any questions can be directed to Debbie Reddick - 419-874-3181, x5010.
Student Withdrawing? - Families who are moving out of the district must contact the Counseling Office, 419-874-3181, ext. 5001 (last name A-K) or ext 5188 (last name L-Z) and fill out a Withdrawal Form. Students must turn in their computer, charger and any textbooks or library books, and pay any outstanding fees and/or fines. Once these things are done, records can be sent to the new school. 
Please email Megan Lazor at [email protected] or Mary Neely at [email protected]
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