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Pahrump Valley High School (9-12) Pahrump, NV
Morning Announcements
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Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Daily News

Morning Announcements

 

Good Morning Pahrump Valley High

 

Please stand for the pledge of Allegiance   (wait a few seconds)

 

I PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA- AND TO THE REPUBLIC FOR WHICH IT STANDS –ONE NATION UNDER GOD, INDIVISIBLE, WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL.

 

Please remain standing for a moment of silence  

 

Daily Announcements

 

Key Club meets every Tues in room 234 at 2 15. Key Club is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Pahrump and is based on helping our community

 

Thursdays

Interact Meets Thursdays at 2:15 in room 233. Come join us for a chance to make a real difference while having fun! Interact is a service club and is sponsored by Pahrump Valley Rotary. Meetings are Thursday room 233 at 2:15. See Mrs. Cunningham for more information.

 

Faithful Youth Ministry (FYM) meets Thursdays at lunch in room 9.

 

Yearbooks are now $80 until the end of the school year. You can still purchase online or in Mrs. K's room, 226 before or after school. Online sales will close in early April. 

 

The GEAR UP office would like to invite all 11th and 12th grade students to visit the College and Career Corner located in the GEAR UP office. We have tables filled with valuable college, scholarship and career pamphlets and books!

 

SENIORS!!  As new scholarship information arrives it's added to the "Scholarship Drawer" in counseling.  Please check periodically for additions.  You can now access this information on the school's home page by clicking on the "Scholarship Button" on the right side of the page. 

 

SENIORS:  If your parent has been employed full time for at least 4 years in a school setting please check the "Scholarship Drawer" in the counseling office for the "Educator's Legacy Scholarship".

 

SENIORS!!! Information about two new scholarships has been added to the scholarship bulletin and the scholarship drawer. The Ron and Charlotte Floyd Scholarship and the Bruce Floyd Scholarship.  Be sure to check them out.

 

ATTN: SENIORS!!  Great Basin College scholarship applications are now available.  These scholarships are NEED based.  The application deadline is March 9, 2018.

 

SENIORS:  Kiwanis Club of Pahrump Valley has four $1,000.00 scholarships to be awarded to

qualified high school Seniors.  Please click the Scholarship button on the PVHS home page for further information and check the scholarship drawer in the counseling office for the application.

 

SENIORS:  Rotary Club of Pahrump Valley will award one academic and one vocational

scholarship to a graduating Senior.  Please check the scholarship bulletin for more

information.  Applications are in the counseling office scholarship drawer.  DEADLINE: 3/31/2018.

 

ATTN: SENIORS!!  Information regarding 3 new scholarships has been added to the

scholarship bulletin.  Be sure to check out the Nevada Telecommunications Scholarship,

Kathy Gailey Scholarship, and the Janice M. Scott Memorial Scholarship.  Also please note the deadlines for each!

 

SENIORS:  If you are interested in a career in agriculture the Nevada Agricultural Foundation may have a scholarship for you. Please see Mrs. Luck in counseling for more information.  DEADLINE:  March 15, 2018.

 

 

 

Tues-Wed-Thurs

After school tutoring will be provided by GEAR UP for ALL students on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays in the library from 2:30 - 3:30. Tutoring will cover all subjects and there is no need to sign-up in advance just come to the library after school on these days and sign-in when you arrive.

 

SENIORS:  The Pahrump Valley Masonic Lodge has established a $1000.00 scholarship. 

Please check with Mrs. Luck for more information.  DEADLINE: April 6, 2018.

 

SENIORS:  If you have been accepted to UNLV please see Mrs. Luck to

get information about the Hixon-Lied Scholarship.  DEADLINE: April 23, 2018.

 

Change is given out in the morning before school at lunch and after school in the library.

 

On February 17, at 7:00 pm., the Utah Shakespeare company will be performing The Tempest in the auditorium. Tickets will be sold ahead of time. Cost is $5.00 for students and $10.00 for adults. Pre-sales will be announced soon

 

Until further notice

Sign Language Club Meets Mondays and Wednesdays from 2:15 to 3:00 in room 232. Come join us for a chance to make a real difference while having fun! We plan to meet outside to the school environment once every 6 weeks to put skills learned into practice. See Mrs. Emond for more information.

 

Until 3/21

Car crashes are the number one killer of teens in the U.S. Learn to be a safe driver through GBC online driver education classes.

New classes begin 1/24, 2/21, and 3/21. You must enroll at least 24 hours prior to the class starting date. Enroll at www.campusce.net/gbcnv

or call 775-753-2202. The class cost is $75.

 

Until 2/13

Want to give the perfect Valentine's Day gift to your special someone?

Want to embarrass one of your friends?

Then buy them a Valentine Sing-a-Gram! $2 per song.

You can purchase them during both lunches in the cafeteria.

Songs will be delivered by PVHS Select Choir on Feb. 13 during 5th period.

 

Attention Junior Boys: Nevada Boys' State is a one-week leadership conference for High School Juniors that aims to inspire and educate Nevada's youth in the importance of civic engagement, community service, and being educated and responsible individuals. The program will take place from June 17 - June 23, 2018 on the University of Nevada, Reno campus. All costs for transportation and the program will be covered except for a $60.00 supply fee. Interested 11th grade boys may apply at https://nevadaboysstate.org/home/apply/ before the application deadline of March 31, 2018. Several scholarship programs are available for application by participants of the Nevada Boys' State program.

 

Attention 11th Grade Students: There will be an all expenses paid Valley Electric Youth Camp in Utah July 9 - 13, 2018. Two Pahrump Valley High School 11th grade students will be selected to participate in this program. If you are interested in participating please see Ms. Oikawa in the guidance center. For more information about the Valley Electric Youth Camp, there is a video that explains the program at https://youtu.be/ylHgC1cuBL8.

 

2018 HOPE Run/Walk

Win the HOPE Cup awarded to the team with the most participants. Challenge or Join the – 2 TIME – HOPE Cup Champions: Floyd Elementary School! 5K Fun Run 1 Mile Walk on March 17 2018, Race Starts – 8:00 am at Mountain Falls Clubhouse $20.00 ($30.00 after February 28th). Register on-line by going to active.com and search Pahrump or in person at NYE Communities Coalition 1020 E. Wilson Rd., Pahrump. All proceeds will support the programs at Nye Communities Coalition.

At PVHS, we will be making some changes in expectations for student success. Too often, it is easier for students to not do the work and take the zero on an assignment or a test. Students who are struggling with work completion, a bad grade on a test, or just need extra support will get the help they need. Power Hour will provide the extra time without taking away class time or the worry of after school transportation issues. In addition, we will still provide after school tutoring.

Nov 15th and every Wednesday after, we will modify our Advisory Schedule to include Power Hour. Students will report to advisory at 10:41 for grade conversations and goal setting. Students with less than 65% in any class will be assigned and required to work with a teacher from 11:07-11:47. Failure to attend will result in a minimum of an escort from Advisory to the teacher requesting the student. Juniors and Seniors with early release are obligated to stay for Advisory from 10:41-11:17 but not the extended Power Hour. Juniors and Seniors with full days are required to attend Power Hour just as any other student with less than 65%.

We have changed PVHS grading policies to hold students accountable for their learning. Our late work policy allows no more than a 20% deduction. However, teachers may require the work to be completed in Power Hour. Our test retake policy allows students to retake tests without penalty. Again, teachers may require students to attend a study session during Power Hour the week before the test retake. Teachers may also make changes to the test including format, for example: first test is multiple choice and second test is short answer.

Students with grades higher than 65% will have lunch from 11:17-12:17. We will have open library, gym/field time, and various activities available from 11:47-12:17 for this group. Freshmen and sophomores still have closed campus. If a freshman or sophomore leaves campus, the entire group that left together (including upper classmen) will spend the next two Power Hours in Detention. If a Junior or Senior is late returning from the hour lunch, he or she will lose the privilege of an hour lunch the following week.

 

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