NEW THIS YEAR
In addition to the regular lunch, you will be able to purchase and build your own delicious salad in two sizes, large or small. Also you will be be able to build a parfait using yogurt and various nutritious toppings.
Have a safe and happy summer!
The 2016 – 2017 school year begins Wednesday, August 24th.
|24-May||9:30- 10:45||2||Period 2|
|24-May||10:45 -11:50||Lunch/Study Hall||Period 4|
|24-May||11:50 - 1:20||3||Period 3|
|24-May||1:20 - 2:50||4||Period 4|
|A Lunch||10:45 - 11:15|
|B Lunch||11:00 - 11:30|
|C Lunch||11:20 - 11:50|
|25-May||10:30 -11:50||Lunch/Study Hall||Period 4|
|25-May||11:50 - 1:20||6||Period 6|
|25-May||1:20 - 2:50||7||Period 7|
|A Lunch||10:30 - 11:00|
|B Lunch||10:55 - 11:25|
|C Lunch||11:20 - 11:50|
|26-May||Regular Classes and Make- up testing|
Ms. Bloomer’s Spanish III class were instructed to design and create their own piñatas. The piñatas represents the seven points symbolizing the deadly seven sins; envy, sloth, gluttony, greed, lust, anger/wrath, and pride. The seven points also symbolize the sins that came from breaking the ten commandments. The students are making and designing their piñatas, as well as filling them with their candy of choice. Then they will break the piñatas with a stick. The stick represents and symbolizes love.
Ojo de Dios
Ms. Bloomer’s Spanish II classes designed and created Ojo de Dios or “God’s eye”. The Ojo de Dios uses a diamond-shaped weaving and looks like the eye of God. As a gift, it symbolizes good wishes from one person to another. The God’s Eye originated in Peru about 300 B.C. Indians of Mexico’s Sierra Madre region are likely to use these on a daily basis. The students used Popsicle sticks, placed horizontally and vertically, and glued them together, then wove the sticks with yarn and added beads. The finished products are decorating the Spanish classroom and other classes will be voting on which design they feel is best based on given criteria.
Article and Photos by Madison Shepherd and Bryce Cassidy
Jenny Richards, Naturalist, spent the day with PWHS Biology students on a hike to the lower parts of Raven Rock and the Ohio River. We discussed many plants, wildlife, and habitats during the adventure. Some students even touched a brown snake!
Photos by Seth Miller and Ethan Brown
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Students involved in the Upward Bound program with Shawnee State University are completing evaluation tools to help conclude the activities for the year. Students from PWHS, along with other local participating schools, will be celebrating the senior students this weekend with a luncheon provided by the Upward Bound program. Thanks to Mrs. Barb Bazler for leading the students at our school and to Rebecca Harr, Program Director at SSU for her contributions to ensuring success of our students.
Rebecca Harr, Program Director, provides encouragement to Alexis Vandyke and Schylur Evans both Freshmen at PWHS.
Nathan Bragdon, senior, discusses the academic goals and objectives he was able to achieve during his tenure with the Upward Bound program.