Kristie Copley
Senior, Submit both a current and baby pic to be in the senior slideshow at graduation. All pictures must be submitted to Mrs. Copley by Friday, May 8. Click link for details https://docs.google.com/document/d/1cirz8jwbNBzanCmzrNWFp9pM3g6t8-Vw2q4g2HwC6k4/edit?usp=sharing
2 days ago, Kristie Copley
Kevin Lloyd
9th and 11th grade parents, this is a survey for you to complete as part of our Federal Programs information. Please complete the survey at https://wnls.pw/parentsurvey
3 days ago, Kevin Lloyd
Portsmouth West High School
1ST ANNUAL WEST VARSITY CLUB BASS TOURNAMENT Saturday, May 25 Shawnee Marina Ramp – Ohio River link: https://www.westsenators.org/article/102403?org=portsmouth-west-high-school For more infocontact: Angie Copas 740-285-2706 Heather Coleman 740-357-5994 Rhonda Igaz 740-858-8535
10 days ago, Portsmouth West High School
Portsmouth West High School
PWHS Band apparel sale! Please note - online store does offer additional color options. **When placing an order online, please remember to designate the band student you would like the order to be credited to. Link to online store: https://order.fancloth.com/s/477499
16 days ago, Portsmouth West High School
Portsmouth West High School
End of course testing begins Monday. Good luck to all students and teachers!
21 days ago, Portsmouth West High School
Portsmouth West High School
PWHS Purse Bingo scheduled for April 4 @ 6pm. Doors open at 5.
21 days ago, Portsmouth West High School
Portsmouth West High School
Reminder to seniors: get in-house scholarships turned in to the guidance office by the end of the day!
21 days ago, Portsmouth West High School
Kristie Copley
Reminder to seniors: In-House Scholarships are due March 29 to the guidance office.
about 1 month ago, Kristie Copley
Julie Wilkinson
Early dismissal today at 12:00. P/T Conferences 1:00 - 6:30
about 1 month ago, Julie Wilkinson
Pi = Circumference ÷ Diameter
Happy Pi Day! March 14th (commonly represented in the US as 3/14) is the day we celebrate pi, the mathematical representation of the ratio of a circle's circumference to it's diameter. What is your favorite mathematical formula that uses pi as a constant?
about 1 month ago, Pi = Circumference ÷ Diameter