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The Robotics Club competed in the Mini-Urban Challenge on March 9th. The National High School Robotics Competition is sponsored each year by the Doolittle Institute and Air Force Research Laboratory. The competition is held at Wright State University’s Nutter Center in Dayton, Ohio. This year, the club received 2nd place in the Presentation Portion of the competition and 4th place overall!
Team members from left Kayla Sammons, Programmer, Jeremy Deaver, Engineering Design, John Stambaugh, Programmer, Eli Cole, Presenter, Nick Crabtree, Team Leader, and Ali Parker-Malone, Presenter.
On April 21, the PWHS seniors went to the Portsmouth 8 Cinema to watch “The Jungle Book” in 3-D. Students enjoyed watching the movie. After the movie they went to different local eateries. The seniors have been studying Rudyard Kipling’s works in literature and were interested in this one as well. It will likely be the last field trip that this class takes together before graduation in just a matter of weeks.
Below are a few of the highlights from their trip.
Students in Mrs. Bazler's Anatomy and Physiology class are currently dissecting cat specimens which belong to the class of vertebrates known as Mammals. Mammals are the most highly developed animal forms. While the major dissection subject is the cat, the class will be making constant references to human anatomy in the text and diagrams. Students are identifying questions and concepts that guide scientific investigation within the species and it's relationship to the human body. Students will conclude their investigation with a field trip to Shawnee State University's Biology Department where students will participate firsthand in a human cadaver presentation.
Goldfish were not found in cats' stomachs, nor otherwise harmed, and are still swimming in the class fish tank.
Article by: Ali Parker-Malone
Images by: Tyler Penix
Brenton Crabtree, Brady Reynolds, Samantha Foster, Erika Howell, Jordan Hileman, and Madison Marasek all joined together at the Friends Community Center throughout the day on Wednesday, April 20th to help raise money for the local Kiwanis Club. Tickets were sold throughout the week for $6 to go and eat all you can eat pancakes from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. tonight. Go and eat your pancakes at the Friends Center in town!
Erika & Samantha helping make the pancakes Jordan helping with a fellow PHS Student set the tables
Selfie with Mrs. Blevins, Jordan, & Brady
Article by: Molly Taylor