Tackle for a Cure
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, this year we will be hosting the annual “Tackle for a Cure” event. The students will be buying/selling the pink chains that will eventually be wrapped around the football stadium, the chains are 25 cents a piece or 5 for $1. Mrs.Tieman is now selling the “Tackle for a Cure” t-shirts, which are $15 and can be purchased from her classroom. We will be hosting a pep rally October 7th, with a guest speaker. Following will be the game later that night which is the Pink Out as well as Homecoming.
Brandon Moore models the shirt available for sale.
Article and Photos by Madison Shepherd
On Tuesday, September 28th, Kayleigh Coleman became the first volleyball player in our school history to have 1,000 career assists. Kayleigh has been a varsity setter since her Freshman year, allowing her to accumulate a large amount of assists. A player is awarded an assist whenever that player sets the ball to a teammate who attacks the ball for a kill. The kill results in the team scoring one point. Congratulations Kayleigh! More coverage by our local newspaper, Portsmouth Daily Times, can be found by clicking HERE.
On Friday, September 16th, the Senators dedicated their football game to player #25 Wesley Robinson and his father Bryan Robinson. The Senators fought a hard game for the two wonderful men ending with a victory of 34-8 over Wellston.
Article by Madison Cochran
Photos by Joe Shupert Photography and JP Igaz
From left to right: J.P Igaz, Emily Taylor, Jade Ratliff, & Terra Butcher
The Dual Enrollment Computer Applications class spent the week taking apart a computer, identifying the components and explaining the purpose of each of the computer components. They then created an eye catching display that is also very informative. Take time to check out the display case on the 2nd floor.
The first full week of the 2016 - 2017 school year is "in the books." This has been a wonderful start to the school year and if the rest of the year goes the same, this will be the Best. Year. Ever!
PWHS students walk swiftly to catch their bus home.