Philomath High School District


 

PHS Daily Announcements

 

Tuesday June 12th, 2018

Last day of classes.

Monday June 11th, 2018

All juniors! This is the last day to defend your senior projects. It is important to come see Mrs. Stueve right away during advisory, at lunch.

Friday June 8th, 2018

Students - if you know you are checking out early and will not be here the last day of school it is critical that you talk to the office and pre-arrange your absence as soon as possible.

All juniors! This is the last day to defend your senior projects. It is important to come see Mrs. Stueve right away during advisory, at lunch.

Thursday June 7th, 2018

Students - if you know you are checking out early and will not be here the last day of school it is critical that you talk to the office and pre-arrange your absence as soon as possible.

All juniors! This is the last week to defend you senior projects. It is important to come see Mrs. Stueve right away during advisory, at lunch or after school for help.

Varsity tennis players – both boys and girls – pick up your academic all state award in the main office.

Wednesday June 6th, 2018

Students - if you know you are checking out early and will not be here the last day of school it is critical that you talk to the office and pre-arrange your absence as soon as possible.

All juniors! This is the last week to defend you senior projects. It is important to come see Mrs. Stueve right away during advisory, at lunch or after school for help.

Varsity tennis players – both boys and girls – pick up your academic all state award in the main office.

Tuesday June 5th, 2018

Students - if you know you are checking out early and will not be here the last day of school it is critical that you talk to the office and pre-arrange your absence as soon as possible.

All juniors! This is the last week to defend you senior projects. It is important to come see Mrs. Stueve right away during advisory, at lunch or after school for help.

Varsity tennis players – both boys and girls – pick up your academic all state award in the main office.

Monday June 4th, 2018

Students - if you know you are checking out early and will not be here the last day of school it is critical that you talk to the office and pre-arrange your absence as soon as possible.

All juniors! This is the last week to defend you senior projects. It is important to come see Mrs. Stueve right away during advisory, at lunch or after school for help.

There will be an informational meeting about cross country on Monday, June 4th, 3:30 PM at the track.  No obligation to join but Coach Joe Fulton and Coach Diana Bushnell encourage all those interested, or just  curious, to come to the meeting.

Varsity tennis players – both boys and girls – pick up your academic all state award in the main office.

Friday June 1st, 2018

There will be an informational meeting about cross country on Monday, June 4th, 3:30 PM at the track.  No obligation to join but Coach Joe Fulton and Coach Diana Bushnell encourage all those interested, or just  curious, to come to the meeting.

Varsity tennis players – both boys and girls – pick up your academic all state award in the main office.

Thursday May 31st, 2018

Stereotypical Dad dress up spirit day.

Yearbook signing at 2:10

Wednesday May 30th, 2018

This Wednesday there will be an awards assembly during advisory. At this assembly, we will announce athletes who made all league, plus mentioning different team accomplishments. We will also be honoring OSAA Academic All State top 10 teams, OSAA Athletic and Activity Scholars (seniors), and Senior Oregon West Scholar Athletes.

Hawaiian/Beach dress up spirit day. Luau/intermural night at the football field at 6:00pm. Dinner is free.

Tuesday May 29th, 2018

Decades dress up spirit day.

Monday May 28th, 2018

No School - Memorial Day

Friday May 25th, 2018

No Announcements

Thursday May 24th, 2018

No Announcements

Wednesday May 23rd, 2018

No Announcements

Tuesday May 22nd, 2018

Softball will hosting a state game on Wednesday. Please check the bulletin board in the main hall for more information on all these events. Because all of these are state events, there is an admission charge

Monday May 21st, 2018

Seniors wishing to speak or perform at graduation, please notify Ms. St.Clair by Monday morning.  Auditions are Monday afternoon. 

Warrior cheer is having an open gym for anyone interested in cheer. Stop by, meet the coaches, see what cheer is about. They will be stunting that day so come prepared! Come to watch or to participate. Bring your friends! They look forward to meeting you on Wednesday May 30th at 6:00 pm!

Softball will hosting a state game on Wednesday. Please check the bulletin board in the main hall for more information on all these events. Because all of these are state events, there is an admission charge

Friday May 18th, 2018

Seniors wishing to speak or perform at graduation, please notify Ms. St.Clair by Monday morning.  Auditions are Monday afternoon. 

Warrior cheer is having an open gym for anyone interested in cheer. Stop by, meet the coaches, see what cheer is about. They will be stunting that day so come prepared! Come to watch or to participate. Bring your friends! They look forward to meeting you on Wednesday May 30th at 6:00 pm!

Today is Track and Field State at the University of Oregon and also Tennis State at OSU. Next week softball will hosting a state game on Wednesday. Please check the bulletin board in the main hall for more information on all these events. Because all of these are state events, there is an admission charge

Thursday May 17th, 2018

We have many important state athletic events coming up. On Thursday, the baseball team will host Valley Catholic at 5pm. On Friday is Track and Field State at the University of Oregon and also Tennis State at OSU. Next week softball will hosting a state game on Wednesday. Please check the bulletin board in the main hall for more information on all these events. Because all of these are state events, there is an admission charge.

Wednesday May 16th, 2018

We have many important state athletic events coming up. On Thursday, the baseball team will host Valley Catholic at 5pm. On Friday is Track and Field State at the University of Oregon and also Tennis State at OSU. Next week softball will hosting a state game on Wednesday. Please check the bulletin board in the main hall for more information on all these events. Because all of these are state events, there is an admission charge.

Tuesday May 15th, 2018

No Announcements

Monday May 14th, 2018

No Announcements

Friday May 11th, 2018

Inspired Day

Thursday May 10th, 2018

The PHS composting program is expanding.  The red and white "boats" from the cafeteria can now go in the compost bucket.

The PHS Green Team will be meeting today during lunch. 

Wednesday May 9th, 2018

Don’t forget that TODAY during lunch is a meeting for those interested in playing boys soccer next year. The meeting will be in the Community Conference Room.  

The PHS composting program is expanding.  The red and white "boats" from the cafeteria can now go in the compost bucket.

The PHS Green Team will be meeting on Thursday during lunch. 

Tuesday May 8th, 2018

Boys Soccer Players – if you are interested in playing next fall, come and meet the coach and find out more information this Wednesday during lunch in the Community Conference Room.  

The PHS composting program is expanding.  The red and white "boats" from the cafeteria can now go in the compost bucket.

The PHS Green Team will be meeting on Thursday during lunch. 
 

Monday May 7th, 2018

No Announcements

Friday May 4th, 2018

May the 4th be with you.

Thursday May 3rd, 2018

The PHS Green Team is meeting in Ms. Eldridge's room (room 337) today at lunch. See you there!

Wednesday May 2nd, 2018

No Announcements

Tuesday May 1st, 2018

No Announcements

Monday April 30th, 2018

No Announcements

Friday April 27th, 2018

Sophomores and Juniors – if you didn’t have a chance to come to the Link Crew meeting this week, you can still pick up an application to be a Link Leader. Stop by Mr. Kelly’s room or the counseling center to get your application.

Thursday April 26th, 2018

There will be a meeting for Girls Basketball Players today during lunch in the Community Conference Room.  Any girls interested in playing basketball should attend.

Sophomores and Juniors – Are you interested in helping next year’s freshmen class have a great year? It’s time to apply for Link Crew! Come to Mr. Kelly’s classroom at lunch for more information!

AP students – on Thursday there will be a pre-administration session to fill out your AP paperwork. Meet in Mrs. Moade’s room at 11:30. Please be on time so we don’t run into your lunch.

Wednesday April 25th, 2018

There will be a meeting for Girls Basketball Players this Thursday, April 26nd during lunch in the Community Conference Room.  Any girls interested in playing basketball should attend.

Sophomores and Juniors – Are you interested in helping next year’s freshmen class have a great year? It’s time to apply for Link Crew! Come to Mr. Kelly’s classroom at lunch for more information!

AP students – on Thursday there will be a pre-administration session to fill out your AP paperwork. Meet in Mrs. Moade’s room at 11:30. Please be on time so we don’t run into your lunch.

Tuesday April 24th, 2018

There will be a meeting for Girls Basketball Players this Thursday, April 26nd during lunch in the Community Conference Room.  Any girls interested in playing basketball should attend.

Monday April 23rd, 2018

Juniors – on Tuesday at 11:35 there will be a college presentation happening in the auditorium. All juniors will get out of 3rd period at 11:30 to attend.

Sophomores and Juniors – Are you interested in helping next year’s freshmen class have a great year? It’s time to apply for Link Crew! Come to Mr. Kelly’s classroom at lunch on Wednesday for more information!

AP students – on Thursday there will be a pre-administration session to fill out your AP paperwork. Meet in Mrs. Moade’s room at 11:30. Please be on time so we don’t run into your lunch.

Friday April 20th, 2018

No Announcements

Thursday April 19th, 2018

PHS celebrates Earth Day today with the Earth Day Assembly during advisory.  Please sit with your class.  There will be prizes but you must be present to win!  

Have you lost something this year?  Check out the lost and found by the front office to claim your items.  Items not claimed in the next week will be donated.

Wednesday April 18th, 2018

All week - Lost and Found is displayed in the cafeteria.  Please claim your items.  Items that are left over on Thursday afternoon will be donated to June's Kids Closet.

Wednesday lunch:  Green Team meeting in Ms. Eldridge's room

Thursday:  Earth Day Spirit day - Dress in Green for spirit points.  Earth Day assembly in the auditorium.  Class competition and class call for spirit points.  Lots of earth friendly prizes will be given out!

Hard Working Football Managers Needed:

Job Description: Laundry, paint field lines, film, DJ music, set up field, provide quality H2O, manage equipment, assist with drills, attend JV and varsity games and help wherever needed.

Successful Applicants: Humble, willing to help wherever, committed, self starter, takes direction and correction well. Able to commit to the two days of spring camp and each day of practice starting the second week of August.

What You Get: Invaluable work experience that looks great on a job application. The ability to be on the team without hitting or conditioning. A Varsity Letter. A free team hat and multiple shirts. Food for team meals. Transportation to all the away games. A fall you will never forget. Contact Coach Shader: rob@albanync.org

Tuesday April 17th, 2018

All week - Lost and Found is displayed in the cafeteria.  Please claim your items.  Items that are left over on Thursday afternoon will be donated to June's Kids Closet.

Wednesday lunch:  Green Team meeting in Ms. Eldridge's room

Thursday:  Earth Day Spirit day - Dress in Green for spirit points.  Earth Day assembly in the auditorium.  Class competition and class call for spirit points.  Lots of earth friendly prizes will be given out!

Hard Working Football Managers Needed:

Job Description: Laundry, paint field lines, film, DJ music, set up field, provide quality H2O, manage equipment, assist with drills, attend JV and varsity games and help wherever needed.

Successful Applicants: Humble, willing to help wherever, committed, self starter, takes direction and correction well. Able to commit to the two days of spring camp and each day of practice starting the second week of August.

What You Get: Invaluable work experience that looks great on a job application. The ability to be on the team without hitting or conditioning. A Varsity Letter. A free team hat and multiple shirts. Food for team meals. Transportation to all the away games. A fall you will never forget. Contact Coach Shader: rob@albanync.org

Monday April 16th, 2018

Monday lunch - Earth Week Kahoot game in the cafeteria hosted by green team member Maria Meyner.  The winner will receive a hydroflask. 

Road Trip Nation!!!!!!!!!!!!! April 26 3:00-5:00 Linn-Benton Community College Albany Campus Road Trip Nation Trailer
Road Trip Nation will showcase some of their most powerful content, which will expose students to career pathways they’ve probably never considered, and will potentially change the way they look at building a life. They will cap off the event with an in-person interview of a local leader who has a connection to community college. Students will learn the art of the informational interview, see how to apply our career exploration tactics locally, and even be able to ask a few questions of the local leader!

Friday April 13th, 2018

Road Trip Nation!!!!!!!!!!!!! April 26 3:00-5:00 Linn-Benton Community College Albany Campus Road Trip Nation Trailer
Road Trip Nation will showcase some of their most powerful content, which will expose students to career pathways they’ve probably never considered, and will potentially change the way they look at building a life. They will cap off the event with an in-person interview of a local leader who has a connection to community college. Students will learn the art of the informational interview, see how to apply our career exploration tactics locally, and even be able to ask a few questions of the local leader!

Thursday April 12th, 2018

No announcements

Wednesday April 11th, 2018

Current Sophomores and Juniors interested in hearing more about Beyond PHS (the college high school partnership program with LBCC) may attend an information meeting this Wednesday, April 11th, during advisory. Please meet in the counseling center with Ms. St.Clair. There will be a sign in sheet for attendance purposes.

Tuesday April 10th, 2018

Today there is a NHS meeting during lunch in the library. 

PHS green team will be meeting in Ms. Eldridge's room (room 337) today at lunch. Everyone is welcome. 

Current Sophomores and Juniors interested in hearing more about Beyond PHS (the college high school partnership program with LBCC) may attend an information meeting this Wednesday, April 11th, during advisory. Please meet in the counseling center with Ms. St.Clair. There will be a sign in sheet for attendance purposes.

Monday April 9th, 2018

Tuesday, April 10th that there is a NHS meeting during lunch in the library. 

PHS green team will be meeting in Ms. Eldridge's room (room 337) on Tuesday at lunch. Everyone is welcome. 

Jensen Davis and McKenzie McHuron-Guss are having a Figaros night on April 9th to fundraise for Mr. And Miss PHS.

Friday April 6th, 2018

Jensen Davis and McKenzie McHuron-Guss are having a Figaros night on April 9th to fundraise for Mr. And Miss PHS.

Thursday April 5th, 2018

A red Igloo water jug was left at Stayton Tuesday from either softball or baseball. Please pick it up if it is yours. It will be in the front office until Friday, then it will go to lost and found.

Wednesday April 4th, 2018

A red Igloo water jug was left at Stayton Tuesday from either softball or baseball. Please pick it up if it is yours. It will be in the front office until Friday, then it will go to lost and found.

Tuesday April 3rd, 2018

The PHS Green Team is meeting during lunch on Tuesday.  Join us in room 337 if you are interested in helping reduce waste and improve energy efficiency at PHS.  

Monday April 2nd, 2018

No Announcements

Friday March 23rd, 2018

No announcements

Thursday March 22nd, 2018

No announcements

Wednesday March 21st, 2018

The PHS Green Team is running a Kahoot game at lunch to get you ready for earth week.  The winner of the game will get a hydroflask!  See you there. 

Here we go again! The German class field trip is taking place on Tuesday, April 10th. This field trip includes a visit to a German store full of German chocolate and a German restaurant full of German food! The cost this time is 23 dollars and 50 cents. Everyone is welcome! If you're going on the choir field trip that same day, you will be able to go on the German field trip as well.

Tuesday March 20th, 2018

Here we go again! The German class field trip is taking place on Tuesday, April 10th. This field trip includes a visit to a German store full of German chocolate and a German restaurant full of German food! The cost this time is 23 dollars and 50 cents. Everyone is welcome! If you're going on the choir field trip that same day, you will be able to go on the German field trip as well.

Monday March 19th, 2018

Here we go again! The German class field trip is taking place on Tuesday, April 10th. This field trip includes a visit to a German store full of German chocolate and a German restaurant full of German food! The cost this time is 23 dollars and 50 cents. Everyone is welcome! If you're going on the choir field trip that same day, you will be able to go on the German field trip as well.

Friday March 16th, 2018

Here we go again! The German class field trip is taking place on Tuesday, April 10th. This field trip includes a visit to a German store full of German chocolate and a German restaurant full of German food! The cost this time is 23 dollars and 50 cents. Everyone is welcome! If you're going on the choir field trip that same day, you will be able to go on the German field trip as well.

Seniors!  The Benton County Foundation has scholarships with an extended deadline of March 16th.  Check the scholarship listing online at the PHS website.

Thursday March 15th, 2018

Here we go again! The German class field trip is taking place on Tuesday, April 10th. This field trip includes a visit to a German store full of German chocolate and a German restaurant full of German food! The cost this time is 23 dollars and 50 cents. Everyone is welcome! If you're going on the choir field trip that same day, you will be able to go on the German field trip as well.

Seniors!  The Benton County Foundation has scholarships with an extended deadline of March 16th.  Check the scholarship listing online at the PHS website

Wednesday March 14th, 2018

Here we go again! The German class field trip is taking place on Tuesday, April 10th. This field trip includes a visit to a German store full of German chocolate and a German restaurant full of German food! The cost this time is 23 dollars and 50 cents. Everyone is welcome! If you're going on the choir field trip that same day, you will be able to go on the German field trip as well.

Seniors!  The Benton County Foundation has scholarships with an extended deadline of March 16th.  Check the scholarship listing online at the PHS website

Tuesday March 13th, 2018

Attention all NHS members! There is a meeting today during lunch in the library.

Student who are interested in LBCC's High School Electrical Bootcamp. It is ten weeks, one day per week on Tuesdays, April 3rd - June 5th, 2018 at Central Electrical Training Center, Tangent from 3:30-5:30 PM
This Boot Camp is designed for students who are currently enrolled in high school 9-12 grade (current 2017-2018 school year).  Very limited spots, first come, first served.  
 - One day per week, Tuesday's starting April 3rd - June 5th, 2018
- 3:30-5:30 hands on activities for high school students
- You must attend ALL sessions
- Receive a certificate of completion
- No cost to attend
Come explore the world of electricity, get hands on experience working with highly trained and skilled instructors.  Explore career possibilities in a high wage, high demand career field.  This can be used as part of your senior project. See the counselors or Mrs. Stueve for more information.

Monday March 12th, 2018

No Announcements

Friday March 9th, 2018

No School

Thursday March 8th, 2018

No Announcements

Wednesday March 7th, 2018

No Announcements

Tuesday March 6th, 2018

No Announcements

Monday March 5th, 2018

No Announcements

Friday March 2nd, 2018

No School

Thursday March 1st, 2018

No Announcements

Wednesday February 28th, 2018

No Announcements

Tuesday February 27th, 2018

A Senior Pop Up Workshop is planned for Wednesday, Feb. 28th, during advisory.  Meet with Ms. St.Clair in room 111 to work on FAFSA, scholarships, applications and after graduation plans.

Monday February 26th, 2018

A Senior Pop Up Workshop is planned for Wednesday, Feb. 28th, during advisory.  Meet with Ms. St.Clair in room 111 to work on FAFSA, scholarships, applications and after graduation plans.

Friday February 23rd, 2018

The girls basketball team will be traveling to Brookings for a state play-in today. Game time is 5:15. On Saturday, the boys basketball team will be hosting North Valley at 5pm. Because this is a state play-in game, ASB cards will not get you in free to the game. Admission is $4.00 for students and $6 for adults.

Attention all NHS members signed up, or would like to help out with the Dinner, Silent, and Dessert Auction Fundraiser for the Mission Trip to Kenya. It is this Saturday. Please sign up on the sign up genius. It has been sent out. We need more servers! If you would like to still sign up or have not gotten the sign up genius email. Please contact McKenzie McHuron-Guss as soon as possible.

A Senior Pop Up Workshop is planned for Wednesday, Feb. 28th, during advisory.  Meet with Ms. St.Clair in room 111 to work on FAFSA, scholarships, applications and after graduation plans.

Hey all you warriors fans, your Special Olympics Unified Basketball Team takes the floor on Saturday, 2/24/2018 at Oregon State University Dixon Hall.  
We play at:
11 am on Court 3 vs Sutherlin Blue Thunder;
1 pm on Court 1 vs Scenic MS; and
4 pm on Court 3 vs Bend Thunder Bears. 
Come out and support your Philomath Warriors. Hope to see you there.

Thursday February 22nd, 2018

The girls basketball team will be traveling to Brookings for a state play-in today. Game time is 5:15. On Saturday, the boys basketball team will be hosting North Valley at 5pm. Because this is a state play-in game, ASB cards will not get you in free to the game. Admission is $4.00 for students and $6 for adults.

Hey all you warriors fans, your Special Olympics Unified Basketball Team takes the floor on Saturday, 2/24/2018 at Oregon State University Dixon Hall.  
We play at:
11 am on Court 3 vs Sutherlin Blue Thunder;
1 pm on Court 1 vs Scenic MS; and
4 pm on Court 3 vs Bend Thunder Bears. 
Come out and support your Philomath Warriors. Hope to see you there.

Wednesday February 21st, 2018

Hey all you warriors fans, your Special Olympics Unified Basketball Team takes the floor on Saturday, 2/24/2018 at Oregon State University Dixon Hall.  
We play at:
11 am on Court 3 vs Sutherlin Blue Thunder;
1 pm on Court 1 vs Scenic MS; and
4 pm on Court 3 vs Bend Thunder Bears. 
Come out and support your Philomath Warriors. Hope to see you there.

Tuesday February 20th, 2018

No Announcements

Monday February 19th, 2018

No School

Friday February 16th, 2018

No School

Thursday February 15th, 2018

No Announcements

Wednesday February 14th, 2018

No Announcements

Tuesday February 13th, 2018

Attention all NHS members there will be a meeting today during lunch in the library.

Monday February 12th, 2018

No Announcements

Friday February 9th, 2018

No Announcements

Thursday February 8th, 2018

There is a sustainability team meeting in Ms. Eldridge's room today during lunch.

Wednesday February 7th, 2018

There will be a short baseball meeting today at lunch for all pitchers and catchers and anyone planning on playing that missed our first meeting. We will meet in the Community Conference room at the beginning of lunch.

Tuesday February 6th, 2018

There will be a short baseball meeting next Wednesday, 2/7 at lunch for all pitchers and catchers and anyone planning on playing that missed our first meeting. We will meet in the Community Conference room at the beginning of lunch

Monday February 5th, 2018

There will be a short baseball meeting next Wednesday, 2/7 at lunch for all pitchers and catchers and anyone planning on playing that missed our first meeting. We will meet in the Community Conference room at the beginning of lunch

Friday February 2nd, 2018

There will be a  track & field informational meeting today right after school in the community conference room.

There will be a short baseball meeting next Wednesday, 2/7 at lunch for all pitchers and catchers and anyone planning on playing that missed our first meeting. We will meet in the Community Conference room at the beginning of lunch.

Seniors!  An Admissions Counselor from Pacific University is having a college workshop here at Philomath High School on February 14th at 2 PM.  He can assist you with your applications, explain financial aid packages, and answer any questions about applying and enrolling in college.  He will also have fee waivers so that you can apply to Pacific University for free!  Let Ms. St.Clair know if you’d like to attend or a reminder for this event.

Thursday February 1st, 2018

Registration is now open for Teen Summit, a one day conference for Benton County teens to network, access resources and learn about issues that affect their lives.  The event is Tuesday, Feb. 13th.  Please pick up a registration form and sign up on the clip board outside of Ms. St.Clair’s office.

There will be a  track & field informational meeting this Friday, February 2nd right after school in the community conference room.

There will be a short baseball meeting next Wednesday, 2/7 at lunch for all pitchers and catchers and anyone planning on playing that missed our first meeting. We will meet in the Community Conference room at the beginning of lunch.

Wednesday January 31st, 2018

Registration is now open for Teen Summit, a one day conference for Benton County teens to network, access resources and learn about issues that affect their lives.  The event is Tuesday, Feb. 13th.  Please pick up a registration form and sign up on the clip board outside of Ms. St.Clair’s office.

There will be a  track & field informational meeting this Friday, February 2nd right after school in the community conference room.

There will be a short baseball meeting next Wednesday, 2/7 at lunch for all pitchers and catchers and anyone planning on playing that missed our first meeting. We will meet in the Community Conference room at the beginning of lunch.

Tuesday January 30th, 2018

The football interest meeting today in the community conference room during advisory.

Registration is now open for Teen Summit, a one day conference for Benton County teens to network, access resources and learn about issues that affect their lives.  The event is Tuesday, Feb. 13th.  Please pick up a registration form and sign up on the clip board outside of Ms. St.Clair’s office.

There will be a  track & field informational meeting this Friday, February 2nd right after school in the community conference room.

Monday January 29th, 2018

The football interest meeting has been rescheduled to Tuesday, January 30th, in the community conference room during advisory.

Registration is now open for Teen Summit, a one day conference for Benton County teens to network, access resources and learn about issues that affect their lives.  The event is Tuesday, Feb. 13th.  Please pick up a registration form and sign up on the clip board outside of Ms. St.Clair’s office.

Thursday January 25th, 2018

The football interest meeting has been rescheduled to Tuesday, January 30th, in the community conference room during advisory.

Registration is now open for Teen Summit, a one day conference for Benton County teens to network, access resources and learn about issues that affect their lives.  The event is Tuesday, Feb. 13th.  Please pick up a registration form and sign up on the clip board outside of Ms. St.Clair’s office.

Wednesday January 24th, 2018

Registration is now open for Teen Summit, a one day conference for Benton County teens to network, access resources and learn about issues that affect their lives.  The event is Tuesday, Feb. 13th.  Please pick up a registration form and sign up on the clip board outside of Ms. St.Clair’s office.

Tuesday January 23rd, 2018

Registration is now open for Teen Summit, a one day conference for Benton County teens to network, access resources and learn about issues that affect their lives.  The event is Tuesday, Feb. 13th.  Please pick up a registration form and sign up on the clip board outside of Ms. St.Clair’s office.

For all who are interested in playing football next year, please come to an informational meeting today Tuesday January 23rd during advisory in the community conference room. Anyone who is interested in being a manager or kicker for the football team, there will be an additional meeting on Wednesday January 24th during advisory in the community conference room.

If you received a nomination for the National Leadership Forum on Medicine, come to a meeting in Dr. Cerny's room on today during Advisory to find out more about the program.

Monday January 22nd, 2018

For all who are interested in playing football next year, please come to an informational meeting Tuesday January 23rd during advisory in the community conference room. Anyone who is interested in being a manager or kicker for the football team, there will be an additional meeting on Wednesday January 24th during advisory in the community conference room.

If you received a nomination for the National Leadership Forum on Medicine, come to a meeting in Dr. Cerny's room on Tuesday during Advisory to find out more about the program.

Friday January 19th, 2018

How much energy does PHS use?  How can we reduce the amount of energy used at PHS?  Join the Sustainability Team at 12:15 today in Ms. Eldridge's room, room 337, for an Energy Audit of PHS.  

For all who are interested in playing football next year, please come to an informational meeting Tuesday January 23rd during advisory in the community conference room. Anyone who is interested in being a manager or kicker for the football team, there will be an additional meeting on Wednesday January 24th during advisory in the community conference room.

Thursday January 18th, 2018

What do we throw away at PHS?  How can we reduce the amount of waste at PHS?  Come help at the waste audit on Friday at 12:15 to find out the answers to these questions and more.  We will be looking at the types and amounts of waste throughout the school.  Everyone is welcome.   We will start out in Ms. Eldridge's room which is room 337.  Bring your lunch and eat while we discuss the procedures for the waste audit.  See you then.

For all who are interested in playing football next year, please come to an informational meeting Tuesday January 23rd during advisory in the community conference room. Anyone who is interested in being a manager or kicker for the football team, there will be an additional meeting on Wednesday January 24th during advisory in the community conference room.

LBCC will be hosting a College Transfer Day Information Fair for students interested in transferring from LBCC to a four-year college and would like to extend the invitation to Juniors and Seniors at PHS. 
 
This is an excellent opportunity for students who may be considering transferring to a 4-year institution to speak directly to representatives and ask questions, get guidance, and make connections. Visit LBCC on:
 
When: Thursday, January 18th, 2018
 
Where:  East-end of the Commons, in the Calapooia Center building
 
Time: 10:00 am to 1:00 pm

For a list of college representatives who will be in attendance it is posted in the Counseling center.

 

Wednesday January 17th, 2018

For all who are interested in playing football next year, please come to an informational meeting Tuesday January 23rd during advisory in the community conference room. Anyone who is interested in being a manager or kicker for the football team, there will be an additional meeting on Wednesday January 24th during advisory in the community conference room.

LBCC will be hosting a College Transfer Day Information Fair for students interested in transferring from LBCC to a four-year college and would like to extend the invitation to Juniors and Seniors at PHS. 
 
This is an excellent opportunity for students who may be considering transferring to a 4-year institution to speak directly to representatives and ask questions, get guidance, and make connections. Visit LBCC on:
 
When: Thursday, January 18th, 2018
 
Where:  East-end of the Commons, in the Calapooia Center building
 
Time: 10:00 am to 1:00 pm

For a list of college representatives who will be in attendance it is posted in the Counseling center.

Tuesday January 16th, 2018

Want to learn more about careers you might be good at?  Take the ASVAB—a test you don’t study for and you can’t fail!!!  Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors can sign up on the clipboard outside of Ms. St.Clair’s office or in room 115. It will be held Thursday, Jan. 18th at 8am, at PHS. 

LBCC will be hosting a College Transfer Day Information Fair for students interested in transferring from LBCC to a four-year college and would like to extend the invitation to Juniors and Seniors at PHS. 
 
This is an excellent opportunity for students who may be considering transferring to a 4-year institution to speak directly to representatives and ask questions, get guidance, and make connections. Visit LBCC on:
 
When: Thursday, January 18th, 2018
 
Where:  East-end of the Commons, in the Calapooia Center building
 
Time: 10:00 am to 1:00 pm

For a list of college representatives who will be in attendance it is posted in the Counseling center.

Monday January 15th, 2018

No School - Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday

Friday January 12th, 2018

Want to learn more about careers you might be good at?  Take the ASVAB—a test you don’t study for and you can’t fail!!!  Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors can sign up on the clipboard outside of Ms. St.Clair’s office or in room 115. It will be held Thursday, Jan. 18th at 8am, at PHS. 

LBCC will be hosting a College Transfer Day Information Fair for students interested in transferring from LBCC to a four-year college and would like to extend the invitation to Juniors and Seniors at PHS. 
 
This is an excellent opportunity for students who may be considering transferring to a 4-year institution to speak directly to representatives and ask questions, get guidance, and make connections. Visit LBCC on:
 
When: Thursday, January 18th, 2018
 
Where:  East-end of the Commons, in the Calapooia Center building
 
Time: 10:00 am to 1:00 pm

For a list of college representatives who will be in attendance it is posted in the Counseling center.

Thursday January 11th, 2018

Want to learn more about careers you might be good at?  Take the ASVAB—a test you don’t study for and you can’t fail!!!  Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors can sign up on the clipboard outside of Ms. St.Clair’s office or in room 115. It will be held Thursday, Jan. 18th at 8am, at PHS. 

Soccer players – both boys and girls varsity players have awards in the front office. Please pick them up this week!!!

There is a PHS Sustainability Team meeting on Today in Ms. Eldridge's room during lunch. 

Wednesday January 10th, 2018

Want to learn more about careers you might be good at?  Take the ASVAB—a test you don’t study for and you can’t fail!!!  Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors can sign up on the clipboard outside of Ms. St.Clair’s office or in room 115. It will be held Thursday, Jan. 18th at 8am, at PHS. 

Soccer players – both boys and girls varsity players have awards in the front office. Please pick them up this week!!!

Baseball players—on Wednesday there will be a meeting for those planning on going for for baseball this spring in the community conference room during lunch.

There is a PHS Sustainability Team meeting on Thursday January 10 in Ms. Eldridge's room during lunch. 

Tuesday January 9th, 2018

Attention all NHS members. There will be a NHS meeting today during lunch in the library.

Want to learn more about careers you might be good at?  Take the ASVAB—a test you don’t study for and you can’t fail!!!  Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors can sign up on the clipboard outside of Ms. St.Clair’s office or in room 115. It will be held Thursday, Jan. 18th at 8am, at PHS. 

The Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering summer internship information session in the Community Conference room is Today during Advisory.  Come straight to the community conference room at the start of advisory.  Attendance will be taken there.  

Soccer players – both boys and girls varsity players have awards in the front office. Please pick them up this week!!!

Baseball players—on Wednesday there will be a meeting for those planning on going for for baseball this spring in the community conference room during lunch.

There is a PHS Sustainability Team meeting on Thursday January 10 in Ms. Eldridge's room during lunch. 

Monday January 8th, 2018

Want to learn more about careers you might be good at?  Take the ASVAB—a test you don’t study for and you can’t fail!!!  Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors can sign up on the clipboard outside of Ms. St.Clair’s office or in room 115. It will be held Thursday, Jan. 18th at 8am, at PHS. 

Seniors will be meeting in the small gym during homeroom today to discuss senior projects. Please check in with your homeroom teacher before coming to class. Also Mrs. Stueve will have her room open Friday after early release to help seniors work on the presentation and packets. If you need addional help or have questions please come to room 111 for help.

Boys and girls varsity soccer players should stop by the main office on MONDAY to pick up an award. See Mrs. Garvin between your morning classes or during lunch.

Are you a 9-11th grader?  Are you interested in a career as a scientist, doctor, engineer or technologist?  Then you should come to the Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering summer internship information session in the Community Conference room on Tuesday, January 9th during Advisory. ASE matches scientists, engineers and technology innovators with smart students like you for 8 week internships over the summer.  ASE is a great way to improve your college application, and students can get school credit and a $1,000 stipend!  More information is available at//www.saturdayacademy.org/ase or talk to a science teacher. 

Seniors, Juniors and Sophomores are invited to sign up for the ASVAB.  This aptitude battery is paired with an interest inventory to help students determine careers they show greater potential for success based on their personal results that connect to careers they are interested in.
The test will be held on January 18th, at 8am.  Please sign up in the counseling center or room 115.

Friday January 5th, 2018

Boys and girls varsity soccer players should stop by the main office on MONDAY to pick up an award. See Mrs. Garvin between your morning classes or during lunch.

Are you a 9-11th grader?  Are you interested in a career as a scientist, doctor, engineer or technologist?  Then you should come to the Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering summer internship information session in the Community Conference room on Tuesday, January 9th during Advisory. ASE matches scientists, engineers and technology innovators with smart students like you for 8 week internships over the summer.  ASE is a great way to improve your college application, and students can get school credit and a $1,000 stipend!  More information is available at//www.saturdayacademy.org/ase or talk to a science teacher. 

Seniors, Juniors and Sophomores are invited to sign up for the ASVAB.  This aptitude battery is paired with an interest inventory to help students determine careers they show greater potential for success based on their personal results that connect to careers they are interested in.
The test will be held on January 18th, at 8am.  Please sign up in the counseling center or room 115.

Thursday January 4th, 2018

Are you a 9-11th grader?  Are you interested in a career as a scientist, doctor, engineer or technologist?  Then you should come to the Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering summer internship information session in the Community Conference room on Tuesday, January 9th during Advisory. ASE matches scientists, engineers and technology innovators with smart students like you for 8 week internships over the summer.  ASE is a great way to improve your college application, and students can get school credit and a $1,000 stipend!  More information is available at//www.saturdayacademy.org/ase or talk to a science teacher. 

Seniors, Juniors and Sophomores are invited to sign up for the ASVAB.  This aptitude battery is paired with an interest inventory to help students determine careers they show greater potential for success based on their personal results that connect to careers they are interested in.
The test will be held on January 18th, at 8am.  Please sign up in the counseling center or room 115.

Wednesday January 3rd, 2018

Are you a 9-11th grader?  Are you interested in a career as a scientist, doctor, engineer or technologist?  Then you should come to the Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering summer internship information session in the Community Conference room on Tuesday, January 9th during Advisory. ASE matches scientists, engineers and technology innovators with smart students like you for 8 week internships over the summer.  ASE is a great way to improve your college application, and students can get school credit and a $1,000 stipend!  More information is available at//www.saturdayacademy.org/ase or talk to a science teacher. 

Seniors, Juniors and Sophomores are invited to sign up for the ASVAB.  This aptitude battery is paired with an interest inventory to help students determine careers they show greater potential for success based on their personal results that connect to careers they are interested in.
The test will be held on January 18th, at 8am.  Please sign up in the counseling center or room 115.

Tuesday January 2nd, 2018

Seniors, Juniors and Sophomores are invited to sign up for the ASVAB.  This aptitude battery is paired with an interest inventory to help students determine careers they show greater potential for success based on their personal results that connect to careers they are interested in.
The test will be held on January 18th, at 8am.  Please sign up in the counseling center or room 115.

Monday, January 1st 2018

No School

Friday December 15th, 2017

Looking for a last minute holiday gift, or decoration? Show your friends and family how much you love them with some Holiday Swag’s! Philomath Forestry and FFA is doing a Swag Fundraiser this week, and will have small and regular swag’s on display, with a treat of Hot Coco and Candy Canes, Wednesday through Friday. Swing by during advisory, or lunch to pick out your holiday swag! Smalls are $15 and Regular are $20. See Ms. Walker for questions or requests.

Thursday December 14th, 2017

This Thursday DURING ADVISORY there will be a Battle of the Books meeting. We are still looking for a couple of people to join so please consider attending and getting some information. Meet in the library during advisory.

Looking for a last minute holiday gift, or decoration? Show your friends and family how much you love them with some Holiday Swag’s! Philomath Forestry and FFA is doing a Swag Fundraiser this week, and will have small and regular swag’s on display, with a treat of Hot Coco and Candy Canes, Wednesday through Friday. Swing by during advisory, or lunch to pick out your holiday swag! Smalls are $15 and Regular are $20. See Ms. Walker for questions or requests.

Wednesday December 13th, 2017

Do you play chess? Come to the Library during Advisory on Wednesday to see if we can get a PHS group going and to hear about the competition coming up this Saturday at Corvallis High School.

Any girls that are thinking of playing softball this spring, please come to a pizza lunch meeting this Wednesday in the community conference room. See you there!

Attention all NHS members there will be a meeting during lunch TODAY in the library. 

Tuesday December 12th, 2017

Do you play chess? Come to the Library during Advisory on Wednesday to see if we can get a PHS group going and to hear about the competition coming up this Saturday at Corvallis High School.

Any girls that are thinking of playing softball this spring, please come to a pizza lunch meeting this Wednesday in the community conference room. See you there!

Attention all NHS members there will be a meeting during lunch TODAY in the library. 

Monday December 11th, 2017

No announcements

Friday December 8th, 2017

No announcements

Thursday December 7th, 2017

Attention all NHS members there will be a card making session in Mrs. Evans room this Friday 12/8 from after school to 3 PM. 

The Battle of the Books will meet in the library on Thursday during lunch. Anyone interested can come. Promise it will not take the whole lunch, we just need to check in.

Wednesday December 6th, 2017

Attention all NHS members there will be a card making session in Mrs. Evans room this Friday 12/8 from after school to 3 PM. 

The Battle of the Books will meet in the library on Thursday during lunch. Anyone interested can come. Promise it will not take the whole lunch, we just need to check in.

Tuesday December 5th, 2017

Attention all NHS members there will be a card making session in Mrs. Evans room this Friday 12/8 from after school to 3 PM. 

The Battle of the Books will meet in the library on Thursday during lunch. Anyone interested can come. Promise it will not take the whole lunch, we just need to check in.

We will have the FFA State Officers visiting our school in forestry today.

Tuesday during 4th or 5th period students may come for a workshop with the state officers EVEN IF they are not currently enrolled in forestry. To get a pass for this leadership workshop, students must stop by forestry and get a workshop ticket from a Forestry FFA officer or from myself or Mr. Babcock BY Friday afternoon to be excused.

This is open to ALL PHS students with an interest in FFA, Forestry, Natural Resources or Leadership development.

Monday December 4th, 2017

On Monday and Tuesday we will have the FFA State Officers visiting our school in forestry.

On Monday night we will be taking an FFA bowling trip after school @ 5:30. Students MUST sign up with Ms. Walker or Mr. Babcock for this trip.

Tuesday during 4th or 5th period students may come for a workshop with the state officers EVEN IF they are not currently enrolled in forestry. To get a pass for this leadership workshop, students must stop by forestry and get a workshop ticket from a Forestry FFA officer or from myself or mr. babcock BY Friday afternoon to be excused.

This is open to ALL PHS students with an interest in FFA, Forestry, Natural Resources or Leadership development.

Winter athletes: class dismissal times for your sport are posted weekly in the main hallway on the bulletin board across the hall from the main office

Friday December 1st, 2017

On Monday and Tuesday we will have the FFA State Officers visiting our school in forestry.

On Monday night we will be taking an FFA bowling trip after school @ 5:30. Students MUST sign up with Ms. Walker or Mr. Babcock for this trip.

Tuesday during 4th or 5th period students may come for a workshop with the state officers EVEN IF they are not currently enrolled in forestry. To get a pass for this leadership workshop, students must stop by forestry and get a workshop ticket from a Forestry FFA officer or from myself or mr. babcock BY Friday afternoon to be excused.

This is open to ALL PHS students with an interest in FFA, Forestry, Natural Resources or Leadership development.

Winter athletes: class dismissal times for your sport are posted weekly in the main hallway on the bulletin board across the hall from the main office.

Thursday November 30th, 2017

There is a Sustainability Team meeting on Thursday during lunch in Ms. Eldridge's room.  All are welcome.

On Monday and Tuesday we will have the FFA State Officers visiting our school in forestry.

On Monday night we will be taking an FFA bowling trip after school @ 5:30. Students MUST sign up with Ms. Walker or Mr. Babcock for this trip.

Tuesday during 4th or 5th period students may come for a workshop with the state officers EVEN IF they are not currently enrolled in forestry. To get a pass for this leadership workshop, students must stop by forestry and get a workshop ticket from a Forestry FFA officer or from myself or mr. babcock BY Friday afternoon to be excused.

This is open to ALL PHS students with an interest in FFA, Forestry, Natural Resources or Leadership development.

Winter athletes: class dismissal times for your sport are posted weekly in the main hallway on the bulletin board across the hall from the main office.

Wednesday November 29th, 2017

There is a Sustainability Team meeting on Thursday during lunch in Ms. Eldridge's room.  All are welcome.

Tuesday November 28th, 2017

There is a Sustainability Team meeting on Thursday during lunch in Ms. Eldridge's room.  All are welcome.

Monday November 27th, 2017

No Announcements

Friday November 24th, 2017

No School

Thursday November 23rd, 2017

No School

Wednesday November 22nd, 2017

No School

Tuesday November 21st, 2017

No Announcements

Monday November 20th, 2017

No Announcements

Friday November 17th, 2017

No Announcements

Thursday November 16th, 2017

No Announcements

Wednesday November 15th, 2017

No Announcements

Tuesday November 14th, 2017

No Announcements

Monday November 13th, 2017

The PHS Sustainability team is meeting today in Ms. Eldridge's room at lunch. 

Winter sports practices begin today! You must have a gray clearance card to give your coach before you will be allowed to begin practice. If you have done a fall sport and have turned in all your gear, you can just bring the appropriate payment to Mrs. Garvin in the front office. If this is your first sport, you must have a physical on file and bring your paperwork for the clearance card packet with the payment. Mrs. Garvin will be available for cards today from 10:30-3:30.

Attention All girls planning on basketball this year:
The season begins today with a meeting in the Community Conference Room @ 4:00.
You MUST have your clearance card and Team Agreement turned in before you can take the court at 5:30 today.
See Ms. Brown in room #115 if you have questions.

Friday November 10th, 2017

No School

Thursday November 9th, 2017

All Latino students are invited to attend the Cesar Chavez Leadership Conference.  This event is the largest Latino leadership event in the Pacific Northwest!  It will be held March 2nd at Western Oregon University. Registration, transportation, breakfast, lunch and a t-shirt are provided at no cost to students.  If you would like to attend, you need to reserve your spot by this Thursday.    Talk to Ms. McDonald before school or during advisory in room 117.

We had a change with the Jostens senior meeting for this Thursday. The time for the meeting has changed to 11:05-11:35. 

Seniors, a representative from the Benton County community Foundation will be in room 111 this Thursday at 2pm. The presentation will share information about local scholarship opportunities for PHS  Class of 2018.    Please note this is a change from the calendar you received. Please check into advisory and come to the auditorium to learn more!

The wrestling team is holding an open mat practice time every day this week from 3:30-5:30pm. ANYBODY male/female is welcome to come check this out. No participation is required. All practices will be held in the mat room that is located above the locker rooms.

Wednesday November 8th, 2017

All Latino students are invited to attend the Cesar Chavez Leadership Conference.  This event is the largest Latino leadership event in the Pacific Northwest!  It will be held March 2nd at Western Oregon University. Registration, transportation, breakfast, lunch and a t-shirt are provided at no cost to students.  If you would like to attend, you need to reserve your spot by this Thursday.    Talk to Ms. McDonald before school or during advisory in room 117.

We had a change with the Jostens senior meeting for this Thursday. The time for the meeting has changed to 11:05-11:35. 

Seniors, a representative from the Benton County community Foundation will be in room 111 this Thursday at 2pm. The presentation will share information about local scholarship opportunities for PHS  Class of 2018.    Please note this is a change from the calendar you received. Please check into advisory and come to the auditorium to learn more!

The wrestling team is holding an open mat practice time every day this week from 3:30-5:30pm. ANYBODY male/female is welcome to come check this out. No participation is required. All practices will be held in the mat room that is located above the locker rooms.

Tuesday November 7th, 2017

All Latino students are invited to attend the Cesar Chavez Leadership Conference.  This event is the largest Latino leadership event in the Pacific Northwest!  It will be held March 2nd at Western Oregon University. Registration, transportation, breakfast, lunch and a t-shirt are provided at no cost to students.  If you would like to attend, you need to reserve your spot by this Thursday.    Talk to Ms. McDonald before school or during advisory in room 117.

We had a change with the Jostens senior meeting for this Thursday. The time for the meeting has changed to 11:05-11:35. 

Seniors, a representative from the Benton County community Foundation will be in room 111 this Thursday at 2pm. The presentation will share information about local scholarship opportunities for PHS  Class of 2018.    Please note this is a change from the calendar you received. Please check into advisory and come to the auditorium to learn more!

The wrestling team is holding an open mat practice time every day this week from 3:30-5:30pm. ANYBODY male/female is welcome to come check this out. No participation is required. All practices will be held in the mat room that is located above the locker rooms.

Monday November 6th, 2017

Do you want to see changes at PHS to improve sustainability?  The PHS Sustainability team is meeting for the first time today at lunch in the community conference room. See you there!  

Philomath High School Equestrian Team members we will be having our first team ride tomorrow, Tuesday November 7th at Benton County Fairgrounds. Practice starts promptly at 6:30 pm, please be ready to ride by then. We will have our first clinician so come prepared to have fun.

Cheer Tryouts will be November 6-10 from 5:30-7:30 in the AUX gym. If you have questions please contact Coach Kohler.

Friday November 3rd, 2017

A Sustainability team is forming at PHS.  We need students who care about the environment and who are motivated to make changes happen.  Join us at the first meeting of the sustainability team on Monday November 6 at lunch in the community conference room.

Cheer Tryouts will be November 6-10 from 5:30-7:30 in the AUX gym. If you have questions please contact Coach Kohler.

Thursday November 2nd, 2017

A Sustainability team is forming at PHS.  We need students who care about the environment and who are motivated to make changes happen.  Join us at the first meeting of the sustainability team on Monday November 6 at lunch in the community conference room.

Cheer Tryouts will be November 6-10 from 5:30-7:30 in the AUX gym. If you have questions please contact Coach Kohler.

Wednesday November 1st, 2017

Cheer Tryouts will be November 6-10 from 5:30-7:30 in the AUX gym. If you have questions please contact Coach Kohler.

Tuesday October 31st, 2017

Cheer Tryouts will be November 6-10 from 5:30-7:30 in the AUX gym. If you have questions please contact Coach Kohler.

Monday October 30th, 2017

Anyone who has signed up to help out at the special ed. dance on November 2nd listen up! There will be a meeting in the community conference room on MONDAY the 30th during lunch. Come to get information and more!

Friday October 27th, 2017

The Haunted Walk is tonight from 7:30-9:00. It’s $5 for one time through, and $8 for unlimited times through. Ages 8 and under must be accompanied by a parent.

We are selling Krispy kreme doughnuts! $12.00 a dozen. See a cheerleader to order. Money and order due by friday, 10/20. Delivery Tuesday 10/24. We are also picking up a couple extra dozen to sell at lunch on 10/24 at 2/$3.00.

Anyone who has signed up to help out at the special ed. dance on November 2nd listen up! There will be a meeting in the community conference room on MONDAY the 30th during lunch. Come to get information and more!

Thursday October 26th, 2017

The Haunted Walk is Friday October 27th from 7:30-9:00. It’s $5 for one time through, and $8 for unlimited times through. Ages 8 and under must be accompanied by a parent.

If you are interested in being a scarer during the haunted walk on Friday October 27th please contact an ASB Member.

We are selling Krispy kreme doughnuts! $12.00 a dozen. See a cheerleader to order. Money and order due by friday, 10/20. Delivery Tuesday 10/24. We are also picking up a couple extra dozen to sell at lunch on 10/24 at 2/$3.00.

Anyone who has signed up to help out at the special ed. dance on November 2nd listen up! There will be a meeting in the community conference room on MONDAY the 30th during lunch. Come to get information and more!

 

Wednesday October 25th, 2017

The Haunted Walk is Friday October 27th from 7:30-9:00. It’s $5 for one time through, and $8 for unlimited times through. Ages 8 and under must be accompanied by a parent.

If you are interested in being a scarer during the haunted walk on Friday October 27th please contact an ASB Member.

The student council meeting today during advisory. Be a leader and come to the meeting.

We are selling Krispy kreme doughnuts! $12.00 a dozen. See a cheerleader to order. Money and order due by friday, 10/20. Delivery Tuesday 10/24. We are also picking up a couple extra dozen to sell at lunch on 10/24 at 2/$3.00.

Seniors - here are the colleges visiting this week!

Wednesday, Oct. 25th:   Linfield College 2:00p  CCR (Community Conference Room)

Tuesday October 24th, 2017

The Haunted Walk is Friday October 27th from 7:30-9:00. It’s $5 for one time through, and $8 for unlimited times through. Ages 8 and under must be accompanied by a parent.

There will be a meeting for all seniors interested in participating in the Mr. and Miss PHS Pageant today in the Activity Mirror Room. If you have any interest at all please show up. We can't do the pageant without a lot of participants.

If you are interested in being a scarer during the haunted walk on Friday October 27th please contact an ASB Member.

The student council meeting for October is the 25th during advisory. That's THIS WEDNESDAY! Be a leader and come to the meeting.

We are selling Krispy kreme doughnuts! $12.00 a dozen. See a cheerleader to order. Money and order due by friday, 10/20. Delivery Tuesday 10/24. We are also picking up a couple extra dozen to sell at lunch on 10/24 at 2/$3.00.

Seniors - here are the colleges visiting this week!

Tuesday, Oct. 24th:   Linn Benton Community College 11:40a  CCR (Community Conference Room)
Wednesday, Oct. 25th:   Linfield College 2:00p  CCR (Community Conference Room)

Monday October 23rd, 2017

There will be a meeting for all seniors interested in participating in the Mr. and Miss PHS Pageant on Tuesday, October 24th in the Activity Mirror Room. If you have any interest at all please show up. We can't do the pageant without a lot of participants.

Seniors, remember your senior pictures, and quote are due today! For more information please contact Maddy Smallwood, Emma Staten, or Mrs.Leonard.

If you are interested in being a scarer during the haunted walk on Friday October 27th please contact an ASB Member.

The student council meeting for October is the 25th during advisory. That's NEXT WEDNESDAY! Be a leader and come to the meeting.

Battle of the Books has come to PHS! If you are interested, come to an info meeting in room 338 (Ms. Cahill's) at lunch on Thursday. If you can't make it, talk to Ms. Cahill or Ms. Goodson to get the details.

We are selling Krispy kreme doughnuts! $12.00 a dozen. See a cheerleader to order. Money and order due by friday, 10/20. Delivery Tuesday 10/24. We are also picking up a couple extra dozen to sell at lunch on 10/24 at 2/$3.00.

Seniors - here are the colleges visiting this week!

Monday, Oct. 23th:   Corban University 2:00p  CCR (Community Conference Room)
Tuesday, Oct. 24th:   Linn Benton Community College 11:40a  CCR (Community Conference Room)
Wednesday, Oct. 25th:   Linfield College 2:00p  CCR (Community Conference Room)

Friday October 20th, 2017

No School!

Thursday October 19th, 2017

There will be a meeting for all seniors interested in participating in the Mr. and Miss PHS Pageant on Tuesday, October 24th in the Activity Mirror Room. If you have any interest at all please show up. We can't do the pageant without a lot of participants.

Seniors, remember your senior pictures, and quote are due Friday the 20th. For more information please contact Maddy Smallwood, Emma Staten, or Mrs.Leonard.

If you are interested in being a scarer during the haunted walk on Friday October 27th please contact an ASB Member.

Attention future some team family: we will be having a informational meeting about the upcoming season today, October 18. It will be during lunchtime and will be quite brief. Meet at the swimming pool! If you have any interest in being on the team that is like a family, be sure to come!

Are you a die hard Michael Phelps fan? Do you dream of being an Olympian but have no hand-eye coordination? Then swim team is the sport for you! Come to the pool deck during lunch this today, the 18th, to learn how to take the next step towards following your dreams. Bring a lunch!"

The student council meeting for October is the 25th during advisory. That's NEXT WEDNESDAY! Be a leader and come to the meeting.

Battle of the Books has come to PHS! If you are interested, come to an info meeting in room 338 (Ms. Cahill's) at lunch on Thursday. If you can't make it, talk to Ms. Cahill or Ms. Goodson to get the details.

We are selling Krispy kreme doughnuts! $12.00 a dozen. See a cheerleader to order. Money and order due by friday, 10/20. Delivery Tuesday 10/24. We are also picking up a couple extra dozen to sell at lunch on 10/24 at 2/$3.00.

Wednesday October 18th, 2017

Seniors, remember your senior pictures, and quote are due Friday the 20th. For more information please contact Maddy Smallwood, Emma Staten, or Mrs.Leonard.

If you are interested in being a scarer during the haunted walk on Friday October 27th please contact an ASB Member.

Attention future some team family: we will be having a informational meeting about the upcoming season today, October 18. It will be during lunchtime and will be quite brief. Meet at the swimming pool! If you have any interest in being on the team that is like a family, be sure to come!

Are you a die hard Michael Phelps fan? Do you dream of being an Olympian but have no hand-eye coordination? Then swim team is the sport for you! Come to the pool deck during lunch this today, the 18th, to learn how to take the next step towards following your dreams. Bring a lunch!"

The student council meeting for October is the 25th during advisory. That's NEXT WEDNESDAY! Be a leader and come to the meeting.

Battle of the Books has come to PHS! If you are interested, come to an info meeting in room 338 (Ms. Cahill's) at lunch on Thursday. If you can't make it, talk to Ms. Cahill or Ms. Goodson to get the details.

We are selling Krispy kreme doughnuts! $12.00 a dozen. See a cheerleader to order. Money and order due by friday, 10/20. Delivery Tuesday 10/24. We are also picking up a couple extra dozen to sell at lunch on 10/24 at 2/$3.00.

Tuesday October 17th, 2017

Attention future some team family: we will be having a informational meeting about the upcoming season on Wednesday, October 18. It will be during lunchtime and will be quite brief. Meet at the swimming pool! If you have any interest in being on the team that is like a family, be sure to come!

"Are you a die hard Michael Phelps fan? Do you dream of being an Olympian but have no hand-eye coordination? Then swim team is the sport for you! Come to the pool deck during lunch this Wednesday, the 18th, to learn how to take the next step towards following your dreams. Bring a lunch!"

The student council meeting for October is the 25th during advisory. That's NEXT WEDNESDAY! Be a leader and come to the meeting.

Monday October 16th, 2017

Attention future some team family: we will be having a informational meeting about the upcoming season on Wednesday, October 18. It will be during lunchtime and will be quite brief. Meet at the swimming pool! If you have any interest in being on the team that is like a family, be sure to come!

"Are you a die hard Michael Phelps fan? Do you dream of being an Olympian but have no hand-eye coordination? Then swim team is the sport for you! Come to the pool deck during lunch this Wednesday, the 18th, to learn how to take the next step towards following your dreams. Bring a lunch!"

Friday October 13th, 2017

No School

Thursday October 12th, 2017

Any girls that want to play basketball this year for the Warriors, but did not attend the lunch meeting last Wednesday, should see Mrs Brown in Room #115 ASAP. There is paperwork that needs to be filled out and information you need to pick up from her.

Wednesday October 11th, 2017

All girls interested in playing basketball for the Warriors this year:
 there will be an organizational meeting today during lunch, in the Community Conference Room. The quicker you arrive, the quicker we will be done. See you there!

Tuesday October 10th, 2017

PNCA – Pacific Northwest College of Art is coming to visit during advisory today, Oct 10. Please check in with your advisor and have them send Ms. Thomas a note that you are going to attend.  It is in the Art room, room 336. 

All girls interested in playing basketball for the Warriors this year:
 there will be an organizational meeting on Wednesday, October 11th, during lunch, in the Community Conference Room. The quicker you arrive, the quicker we will be done. See you there!

Thursday October 5th, 2017

Attention all NHS members! we still need APPROVED parent volunteers for the after football game dance on Thursday, October 12th from 9-11. If we don't get enough volunteers, we can't have the dance. Contact Haidyn Ecker or Mrs. Evans ASAP if your parent(s) can help us out. We need to know by Monday!

Attention all NHS members! your clam chowder sheets/sales are due today! Turn your sheets into Mrs. Evans's in room #112 before 3:30 today.

Today, Oct. 5th a representative from Oregon State University will be at PHS to meet with any interested Junior or Senior!  The meeting is at 2 pm in the Community Conference Room. Please let Ms. St.Clair know if you would like to attend.

Wednesday October 4th, 2017

Wednesday, Oct. 4th a representative from Eastern Oregon University will be at PHS to meet with any interested Junior or Senior!  The meeting is at 11am in the Community Conference Room. Please let Ms. St.Clair know if you would like to attend.

Students please be prepared to get wet at this Friday's mess assembly.

Tuesday October 3rd, 2017

All Lip Sync participants:  please come to the auditorium today at 11:10 to get ready for the assembly.

Students please be prepared to get wet at this Friday's mess assembly.

Monday October 2nd, 2017

Juniors –
An opportunity for you:

Creative Arts Day at Western Oregon University – October 20 (a non-school day). This event celebrates the arts and provides a hands-on experience in some of WOU’s programs in the arts – Dance, Fine Arts, Music and Theatre. If you are interested, sign up at http://www.wou.edu/admissions/creative-arts-day/  Sign up soon as space is limited. The website will also give you a better idea of the really cool workshops you can attend.

PHS HOMECOMING WEEK spirit days are as follows:

Special Assembly's are planned for today, Tuesday and Friday.

Friday September 29th, 2017

Juniors –
An opportunity for you:

Creative Arts Day at Western Oregon University – October 20 (a non-school day). This event celebrates the arts and provides a hands-on experience in some of WOU’s programs in the arts – Dance, Fine Arts, Music and Theatre. If you are interested, sign up at http://www.wou.edu/admissions/creative-arts-day/  Sign up soon as space is limited. The website will also give you a better idea of the really cool workshops you can attend.

All lip sync participants must come to dress rehearsal today in the auditorium after school. REMEMBER TO BRING YOUR MUSIC ON A FLASHDRIVE! See you then!

PHS HOMECOMING WEEK is next week, spirit days are as follows:

Special Assembly's are planned for Monday, Tuesday and Friday.

Thursday September 28th, 2017

Senior Meeting in the Auditorium - Today during Advisory!

Juniors –
An opportunity for you:

Creative Arts Day at Western Oregon University – October 20 (a non-school day). This event celebrates the arts and provides a hands-on experience in some of WOU’s programs in the arts – Dance, Fine Arts, Music and Theatre. If you are interested, sign up at http://www.wou.edu/admissions/creative-arts-day/  Sign up soon as space is limited. The website will also give you a better idea of the really cool workshops you can attend.

All lip sync participants must come to dress rehearsal on Friday in the auditorium after school. REMEMBER TO BRING YOUR MUSIC ON A FLASHDRIVE! See you then!

 

Wednesday September 27th, 2017

Any boys interested in being a Powder Puff cheerleader please see Sarah Buddingh for details or sign up in the main entrance during this week.

Juniors –
An opportunity for you:

Creative Arts Day at Western Oregon University – October 20 (a non-school day). This event celebrates the arts and provides a hands-on experience in some of WOU’s programs in the arts – Dance, Fine Arts, Music and Theatre. If you are interested, sign up at http://www.wou.edu/admissions/creative-arts-day/  Sign up soon as space is limited. The website will also give you a better idea of the really cool workshops you can attend.

Senior Meeting in the Auditorium - Thursday, Sept. 28 during Advisory

Tuesday September 26th, 2017

Any boys interested in being a Powder Puff cheerleader please see Sarah Buddingh for details or sign up in the main entrance during this week.

Juniors –
An opportunity for you:

Creative Arts Day at Western Oregon University – October 20 (a non-school day). This event celebrates the arts and provides a hands-on experience in some of WOU’s programs in the arts – Dance, Fine Arts, Music and Theatre. If you are interested, sign up at http://www.wou.edu/admissions/creative-arts-day/  Sign up soon as space is limited. The website will also give you a better idea of the really cool workshops you can attend.

Senior Meeting in the Auditorium - Thursday, Sept. 28 during Advisory

Monday September 25th, 2017

Important Opportunity!!!    Juniors and Seniors are invited to a College and Career Night at Corvallis High School, this coming  Monday, September 25 at 6 PM. The event starts in the CHS Gymnasium for a college fair and informational booths, followed by break-out sessions and speakers in classrooms on a variety of topics.  In the past, sessions were presented in English and Spanish and included topics such as: playing sports in college, what selective schools look for in a student, changes to the SAT and SAT vs. ACT, Honors Colleges, Common Application and Admission questions and Financial aid.

Any boys interested in being a Powder Puff cheerleader please see Sarah Buddingh for details or sign up in the main entrance during this week. 

Friday September 22nd, 2017

PHS Students—Today is our first home varsity football game against the Stayton Falcons. There are fun things planned for our Warrior Fans! There is a Tailgater prior to the game in the pool entrance courtyard from 5:30-7:00 where you can enjoy free hotdogs, chips, and soda. After the game, come to the dance in the auditorium sponsored by the girls soccer team. The dance is from 9:30-11 and the cost is $5. Remember to bring your ASB card—you will need it to get in to the dance and for free admission to the game. GO WARRIORS!!!

Important Opportunity!!!    Juniors and Seniors are invited to a College and Career Night at Corvallis High School, this coming  Monday, September 25 at 6 PM. The event starts in the CHS Gymnasium for a college fair and informational booths, followed by break-out sessions and speakers in classrooms on a variety of topics.  In the past, sessions were presented in English and Spanish and included topics such as: playing sports in college, what selective schools look for in a student, changes to the SAT and SAT vs. ACT, Honors Colleges, Common Application and Admission questions and Financial aid.

Any boys interested in being a Powder Puff cheerleader please see Sarah Buddingh for details or sign up in the main entrance during this week. 

Thursday September 21st, 2017

PHS Students—Friday is our first home varsity football game against the Stayton Falcons. There are fun things planned for our Warrior Fans! There is a Tailgater prior to the game in the pool entrance courtyard from 5:30-7:00 where you can enjoy free hotdogs, chips, and soda. After the game, come to the dance in the auditorium sponsored by the girls soccer team. The dance is from 9:30-11 and the cost is $5. Remember to bring your ASB card—you will need it to get in to the dance and for free admission to the game. GO WARRIORS!!!

Come get down after the football game on Friday! The dance costs $5 and is in the Auditorium. See you there!

Important Opportunity!!!    Juniors and Seniors are invited to a College and Career Night at Corvallis High School, this coming  Monday, September 25 at 6 PM. The event starts in the CHS Gymnasium for a college fair and informational booths, followed by break-out sessions and speakers in classrooms on a variety of topics.  In the past, sessions were presented in English and Spanish and included topics such as: playing sports in college, what selective schools look for in a student, changes to the SAT and SAT vs. ACT, Honors Colleges, Common Application and Admission questions and Financial aid.

Link Leaders – stop by and see Ms. Edgemon in the counseling center at the beginning of lunch on Wednesday. It will be very quick and there will be a treat for you!

Any boys interested in being a Powder Puff cheerleader please see Sarah Buddingh for details or sign up in the main entrance during this week. 

Attention all lip sync acts!! Tryouts have been MOVED to Thursday the 21st AND/OR Tuesday the 26th during advisory. Both are in the auxiliary gym. Get acts ready ASAP!

Wednesday September 20th, 2017

Link Leaders – stop by and see Ms. Edgemon in the counseling center at the beginning of lunch on Wednesday. It will be very quick and there will be a treat for you!

Any boys interested in being a Powder Puff cheerleader please see Sarah Buddingh for details or sign up in the main entrance during this week. 

Attention all lip sync acts!! Tryouts have been MOVED to Thursday the 21st AND/OR Tuesday the 26th during advisory. Both are in the auxiliary gym. Get acts ready ASAP!

Come get down after the football game on Friday! The dance costs $5 and is in the Auditorium. See you there!

Tuesday September 19th, 2017

Link Leaders – stop by and see Ms. Edgemon in the counseling center at the beginning of lunch on Wednesday. It will be very quick and there will be a treat for you!

Any boys interested in being a Powder Puff cheerleader please see Sarah Buddingh for details or sign up in the main entrance during this week. 

Attention all lip sync acts!! Tryouts have been MOVED to Thursday the 21st AND/OR Tuesday the 26th during advisory. Both are in the auxiliary gym. Get acts ready ASAP!

 

Monday September 18th, 2017

There will be an important informational meeting in the community conference room during Advisory on Wednesday for all girls wanting to participate in the annual Homecoming flag football Powder Puff game. If you are unable to attend the meeting, or have any questions please contact Sarah Buddingh. 

Any boys interested in being a Powder Puff cheerleader please see Sarah Buddingh for details or sign up in the main entrance during this week. 

Attention all lip sync acts!! Tryouts have been MOVED to Thursday the 21st AND/OR Tuesday the 26th during advisory. Both are in the auxiliary gym. Get acts ready ASAP!

Teachers: don’t forget to have your homeroom students vote for Homecoming princess candidates today.  Ballots are in your mailbox.

 

Friday September 15th, 2017

Juniors – if you are interested in taking the PSAT next month, please see Ms. Edgemon. The cost is $20 and payable to PHS. Space is limited!

The PYAC Annual Community Carnival is TODAY from 5:30 – 8:30 at the PHS Football Field.  We are looking for high school age volunteers to come and set up and run games and help with take down after the event.  Volunteers are needed from 4:30 – 9:00 p.m.  We will serve volunteers dinner and they will receive a shirt.  Sign up on the clipboard in the PHS office. 

The 2017 lip sync is coming up and we want YOU in it! Sign your act up on the sheet on the bulletin board in the main entrance to tryout. Tryouts are on September 19th during advisory in the auxiliary gym. Rehearsal will be September 28th and the main performance is October 3rd. Prepare your acts now!

There are picture retake packets up by the attendance window in the hall. Picture retake day will be on Monday, Sept 25th

Thursday September 14th, 2017

Juniors – if you are interested in taking the PSAT next month, please see Ms. Edgemon. The cost is $20 and payable to PHS. Space is limited!

The PYAC Annual Community Carnival is September 15th from 5:30 – 8:30 at the PHS Football Field.  We are looking for high school age volunteers to come and set up and run games and help with take down after the event.  Volunteers are needed from 4:30 – 9:00 p.m.  We will serve volunteers dinner and they will receive a shirt.  Sign up on the clipboard in the PHS office. 

Students come to the music room Wednesday during lunch to learn how to join the NEW THEATER TECH CLUB
Learn how to operate the lighting system, sound system, and all tech associated with the auditorium
See you today at lunch!

Couldn’t fit band or choir into your schedule and need to fill the void in heart.  See Dr Johnson ASAP to find out how you can still perform at PHS

The 2017 lip sync is coming up and we want YOU in it! Sign your act up on the sheet on the bulletin board in the main entrance to tryout. Tryouts are on September 19th during advisory in the auxiliary gym. Rehearsal will be September 28th and the main performance is October 3rd. Prepare your acts now!

There are picture retake packets up by the attendance window in the hall. Picture retake day will be on Monday, Sept 25th

Wednesday September 13th, 2017

The PYAC Annual Community Carnival is September 15th from 5:30 – 8:30 at the PHS Football Field.  We are looking for high school age volunteers to come and set up and run games and help with take down after the event.  Volunteers are needed from 4:30 – 9:00 p.m.  We will serve volunteers dinner and they will receive a shirt.  Sign up on the clipboard in the PHS office. 

Students come to the music room Wednesday during lunch to learn how to join the NEW THEATER TECH CLUB
Learn how to operate the lighting system, sound system, and all tech associated with the auditorium
See you today at lunch!

Couldn’t fit band or choir into your schedule and need to fill the void in heart.  See Dr Johnson ASAP to find out how you can still perform at PHS

The 2017 lip sync is coming up and we want YOU in it! Sign your act up on the sheet on the bulletin board in the main entrance to tryout. Tryouts are on September 19th during advisory in the auxiliary gym. Rehearsal will be September 28th and the main performance is October 3rd. Prepare your acts now!

There are picture retake packets up by the attendance window in the hall. Picture retake day will be on Monday, Sept 25th.

Don't forget today is open house. Teachers will be in their rooms from 6:00 - 8:00.

Tuesday September 12th, 2017

The PYAC Annual Community Carnival is September 15th from 5:30 – 8:30 at the PHS Football Field.  We are looking for high school age volunteers to come and set up and run games and help with take down after the event.  Volunteers are needed from 4:30 – 9:00 p.m.  We will serve volunteers dinner and they will receive a shirt.  Sign up on the clipboard in the PHS office. 

Students come to the music room Wednesday during lunch to learn how to join the NEW THEATER TECH CLUB
Learn how to operate the lighting system, sound system, and all tech associated with the auditorium
See you Wednesday at lunch

Couldn’t fit band or choir into your schedule and need to fill the void in heart.  See Dr Johnson ASAP to find out how you can still perform at PHS

The 2017 lip sync is coming up and we want YOU in it! Sign your act up on the sheet on the bulletin board in the main entrance to tryout. Tryouts are on September 19th during advisory in the auxiliary gym. Rehearsal will be September 28th and the main performance is October 3rd. Prepare your acts now!

There are picture retake packets up by the attendance window in the hall. Picture retake day will be on Monday, Sept 25th.

Don't forget tomorrow is our open house here at the high school. Teachers will be in their rooms from 6:00 - 8:00. See you tomorrow!

Monday September 11th, 2017

The PYAC Annual Community Carnival is September 15th from 5:30 – 8:30 at the PHS Football Field.  We are looking for high school age volunteers to come and set up and run games and help with take down after the event.  Volunteers are needed from 4:30 – 9:00 p.m.  We will serve volunteers dinner and they will receive a shirt.  Sign up on the clipboard in the PHS office. 

Students come to the music room Wednesday during lunch to learn how to join the NEW THEATER TECH CLUB
Learn how to operate the lighting system, sound system, and all tech associated with the auditorium
See you Wednesday at lunch

Couldn’t fit band or choir into your schedule and need to fill the void in heart.  See Dr Johnson ASAP to find out how you can still perform at PHS

The 2017 lip sync is coming up and we want YOU in it! Sign your act up on the sheet on the bulletin board in the main entrance to tryout. Tryouts are on September 19th during advisory in the auxiliary gym. Rehearsal will be September 28th and the main performance is October 3rd. Prepare your acts now!

Friday September 8th, 2017

The PYAC Annual Community Carnival is September 15th from 5:30 – 8:30 at the PHS Football Field.  We are looking for high school age volunteers to come and set up and run games and help with take down after the event.  Volunteers are needed from 4:30 – 9:00 p.m.  We will serve volunteers dinner and they will receive a shirt.  Sign up on the clipboard in the PHS office. 

Students come to the music room Wednesday during lunch to learn how to join the NEW THEATER TECH CLUB
Learn how to operate the lighting system, sound system, and all tech associated with the auditorium
See you Wednesday at lunch

Couldn’t fit band or choir into your schedule and need to fill the void in heart.  See Dr Johnson ASAP to find out how you can still perform at PHS

The 2017 lip sync is coming up and we want YOU in it! Sign your act up on the sheet on the bulletin board in the main entrance to tryout. Tryouts are on September 19th during advisory in the auxiliary gym. Rehearsal will be September 28th and the main performance is October 3rd. Prepare your acts now!

Tuesday September 5th, 2017

Today is the last day to change your trimester 1 schedule. See your counselor if you need to make a change to trimester 1.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday May 26th, 2017

All Powdertuff Volleyball participants MUST have their waivers and money turned in as soon as possible! If your waiver is not turned in, you will not be allowed to play. The cost for the t-shirts is 6 dollars. Talk to Jaime Chambers or Maddy Smallwood if you have questions or need to turn these things in!

Thursday May 25th, 2017

All Powdertuff Volleyball participants MUST have their waivers and money turned in as soon as possible! If your waiver is not turned in, you will not be allowed to play. The cost for the t-shirts is 6 dollars. Talk to Jaime Chambers or Maddy Smallwood if you have questions or need to turn these things in!

We have until Friday to donate money to the Pennies for Patients program! Ice cream goes to the advisory class with the most money in their box at the end of Friday. Boy, I could sure use some ice cream right now with this hot weather! Even if there isn't advisory on a day, you can still go into your advisory classroom and drop off some money.

Fear the Tribe Friday will be at the end of the week! *start chanting* Spirit, spirit, spirit, spirit, spirit!

Wednesday May 24th, 2017

Baseball will be hosting Valley Catholic today at 5pm in a state game. Admission is $4 for students and $6 for adults. Go Warriors!

Hey, wanna buy some Krispy Kreme doughnuts?? They will be available during lunch this week on Wednesday for 1 dolla each and on Thursday during the Yearbook Release Party, also for 1 dolla each. Limited quantity available! Go getchya suga on!

We have until Friday to donate money to the Pennies for Patients program! Ice cream goes to the advisory class with the most money in their box at the end of Friday. Boy, I could sure use some ice cream right now with this hot weather! Even if there isn't advisory on a day, you can still go into your advisory classroom and drop off some money.

Today is Red, White, and Blue Wednesday, followed by Tacky Tourist Thursday. Fear the Tribe Friday will be at the end of the week! *start chanting* Spirit, spirit, spirit, spirit, spirit!

Tuesday May 23rd, 2017

You don't have to JUST donate pennies for the Pennies for Patients fundraiser. You can donate Hey-pennies! You can donate quarters! You can donate half dollars! You can donate whole dollars! You can donate 50 dollar bills! Keep it up and remember that next Friday is the last day for donations!

Homegoing week is this week! Your spirit days include: Meme Monday, Teacher swap Tuesday where students dress as a "typical teacher" and teachers dress like a "typical student", Red/White/Blue Wednesday, Tacky Tourist Thursday, Fear the Tribe Friday!

Please come to the kitchen and enjoy a fresh brewed cup of coffee for $2.00 Now available every day.
Seniors this is a great way to spend any money left in your lunch account.

Monday May 22nd, 2017

You don't have to JUST donate pennies for the Pennies for Patients fundraiser. You can donate Hey-pennies! You can donate quarters! You can donate half dollars! You can donate whole dollars! You can donate 50 dollar bills! Keep it up and remember that next Friday is the last day for donations!

Today there will be qualifying games for Powdertuff Volleyball within the sophomore, junior, and senior classes. There will be an announcement at the end of the pep assembly and we will start games as soon as possible. Remember your waivers and t-shirt money need to be in by Monday to Jaime Chambers, Maddy Smallwood, or Herr Karte! If your waiver is not turned in, you cannot participate in Powdertuff. Got milk? Got questions? Ask Jaime or Maddy!

Homegoing week is this week! Your spirit days include: Meme Monday, Teacher swap Tuesday where students dress as a "typical teacher" and teachers dress like a "typical student", Red/White/Blue Wednesday, Tacky Tourist Thursday, Fear the Tribe Friday!

Please come to the kitchen and enjoy a fresh brewed cup of coffee for $2.00 Now available every day.
Seniors this is a great way to spend any money left in your lunch account.

Friday May 19th, 2017

You don't have to JUST donate pennies for the Pennies for Patients fundraiser. You can donate Hey-pennies! You can donate quarters! You can donate half dollars! You can donate whole dollars! You can donate 50 dollar bills! Keep it up and remember that next Friday is the last day for donations!

On Monday, the 22nd of May, there will be qualifying games for Powdertuff Volleyball within the sophomore, junior, and senior classes. There will be an announcement at the end of the pep assembly and we will start games as soon as possible. Remember your waivers and t-shirt money need to be in by Monday to Jaime Chambers, Maddy Smallwood, or Herr Karte! If your waiver is not turned in, you cannot participate in Powdertuff. Got milk? Got questions? Ask Jaime or Maddy!

Homegoing week is next week! Your spirit days include: Meme Monday, Teacher swap Tuesday where students dress as a "typical teacher" and teachers dress like a "typical student", Red/White/Blue Wednesday, Tacky Tourist Thursday, Fear the Tribe Friday!

Please come to the kitchen and enjoy a fresh brewed cup of coffee for $2.00 Now available every day.
Seniors this is a great way to spend any money left in your lunch account.

Thursday May 18th, 2017

Look at the ASB Constitutions on the bulletin board next to the elevator or outside the main office. The highlighted sections are proposed changes that we will be voting for on Thursday in advisory. If you have questions after reading the changes, please talk to the honorable Christopher McMorran.

Homegoing is next week! Look for a poster in the entryway by the end of the day for your spirit days!

You should now have a box in your advisory classroom! This is the Pennies for Patients program where we will raise money for patients with leukemia or lymphoma. Please bring your pennies and any other coins you can spare to put in your class' box! At the end of next week, the advisory class that donates the most money will receive some ice cream!

Class officer elections will be taking place this Thursday in your advisory class. You will be voting for your own class' applicants for the president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, and sergeant at arms positions.

Please come to the kitchen and enjoy a fresh brewed cup of coffee for $2.00 Now available every day.
Seniors this is a great way to spend any money left in your lunch account.

Wednesday May 17th, 2017

Student council meeting today during advisory in the comm conf room. That's the community conference room, yo! All current class officers, current executive cabinet members, and next year's executive cabinet members must attend! It's gonna be totally tubular.

Look at the ASB Constitutions on the bulletin board next to the elevator or outside the main office. The highlighted sections are proposed changes that we will be voting for on Thursday in advisory. If you have questions after reading the changes, please talk to the honorable Christopher McMorran.

Homegoing is next week! Look for a poster in the entryway by the end of the day for your spirit days!

You should now have a box in your advisory classroom! This is the Pennies for Patients program where we will raise money for patients with leukemia or lymphoma. Please bring your pennies and any other coins you can spare to put in your class' box! At the end of next week, the advisory class that donates the most money will receive some ice cream!

Class officer elections will be taking place this Thursday in your advisory class. You will be voting for your own class' applicants for the president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, and sergeant at arms positions.

The German class field trip is today! We are leaving at 1:15 PM during 4th period! Bring your big appetite!

Tuesday May 16th, 2017

There will be no assembly today. We will have advisory like normal.

Interested in coaching or playing Powdertuff Volleyball? Come to a meeting today during advisory! It will be in the cafeteria. We'll be finalizing teams and discussing t-shirts. Check in with your advisory teacher before you go! If you have questions before or after the meeting, talk to Maddy Smallwood or Jaime Chambers.

You should now have a box in your advisory classroom! This is the Pennies for Patients program where we will raise money for patients with leukemia or lymphoma. Please bring your pennies and any other coins you can spare to put in your class' box! At the end of next week, the advisory class that donates the most money will receive some ice cream!

Class officer elections will be taking place this Thursday in your advisory class. You will be voting for your own class' applicants for the president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, and sergeant at arms positions.

The German class field trip is this Wednesday! That's tomorrow! Talk to Herr Karte if you have questions. We are leaving at 1:15 PM during 4th period! Bring your big appetite!

Monday May 15th, 2017

Please come to the kitchen and enjoy a fresh brewed cup of coffee for $2.00 Now available every day.
Seniors this is a great way to spend any money left in your lunch account.

All seniors walking at graduation need to fill out the google formor come by counseling and fill one out. This needs to be completed TODAY!

The ASB group will be spending a couple weeks raising some money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Their goal is to "cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma and improve the quality of life of patients and their families."

This supports local patients of cancer and leukemia. Each homeroom teacher has a donation box in their room.

The 2 weeks will start this coming Monday - the 15th.
The homeroom with the most donations will win a prize.

The German class field trip to the Edelweiss store and Gustav's Restaurant is coming right up on Wednesday, May 17th! If you are attending, please be ready to leave at 1:15 PM and aware that you are returning around 8:30 PM. If you signed up but are unable to go, please tell Herr Karte now! Like right now! Like get up and go right now! Okay don't do that, but do please tell him ASAP. Reminder: this IS the same evening as the NHS induction ceremony.

ASB cabinet elections will be postponed until Tuesday, May 16th. Be ready to cast your votes!

Powder Tuff Volleyball coaches are needed for practice and games! We need a minimum of 2 coaches for the underclassmen team and the upperclassmen team. The games will take place during Homegoing week. More details are coming! If you are interested in being a Powder Tuff coach, please talk to Jaime Chambers, Maddy Smallwood, or Herr Karte as soon as possible.

Friday May 12th, 2017

The German class field trip to the Edelweiss store and Gustav's Restaurant is coming right up on Wednesday, May 17th! If you are attending, please be ready to leave at 1:15 PM and aware that you are returning around 8:30 PM. If you signed up but are unable to go, please tell Herr Karte now! Like right now! Like get up and go right now! Okay don't do that, but do please tell him ASAP. Reminder: this IS the same evening as the NHS induction ceremony.

ASB cabinet elections will be postponed until Tuesday, May 16th. Be ready to cast your votes!

Powder Tuff Volleyball coaches are needed for practice and games! We need a minimum of 2 coaches for the underclassmen team and the upperclassmen team. The games will take place during Homegoing week. More details are coming! If you are interested in being a Powder Tuff coach, please talk to Jaime Chambers, Maddy Smallwood, or Herr Karte as soon as possible.

There are a couple of items in the office that were left behind at prom. If you are missing something, please stop by and see if we have it.

Speaking of lost and found, our lost and found pile is overflowing. If you are missing a sweatshirt, water bottle, coffee cup, lunch box or one single shoe, we have tons to look through. There are also some other interesting odds and ends. You might find something of yours you didn't even know you lost.

Lost and found is located just past the cafeteria through the double doors on the right as you are headed to the science wing.

Thursday May 11th, 2017

The German class field trip to the Edelweiss store and Gustav's Restaurant is coming right up on Wednesday, May 17th! If you are attending, please be ready to leave at 1:15 PM and aware that you are returning around 8:30 PM. If you signed up but are unable to go, please tell Herr Karte now! Like right now! Like get up and go right now! Okay don't do that, but do please tell him ASAP. Reminder: this IS the same evening as the NHS induction ceremony.

ASB cabinet elections will be postponed until Tuesday, May 16th. Be ready to cast your votes!

Powder Tuff Volleyball coaches are needed for practice and games! We need a minimum of 2 coaches for the underclassmen team and the upperclassmen team. The games will take place during Homegoing week. More details are coming! If you are interested in being a Powder Tuff coach, please talk to Jaime Chambers, Maddy Smallwood, or Herr Karte as soon as possible.

There are a couple of items in the office that were left behind at prom. If you are missing something, please stop by and see if we have it.

Speaking of lost and found, our lost and found pile is overflowing. If you are missing a sweatshirt, water bottle, coffee cup, lunch box or one single shoe, we have tons to look through. There are also some other interesting odds and ends. You might find something of yours you didn't even know you lost.

Lost and found is located just past the cafeteria through the double doors on the right as you are headed to the science wing.

Wednesday May 10th, 2017

Powder Tuff Volleyball coaches are needed for practice and games! We need a minimum of 2 coaches for the underclassmen team and the upperclassmen team. The games will take place during Homegoing week. More details are coming! If you are interested in being a Powder Tuff coach, please talk to Jaime Chambers, Maddy Smallwood, or Herr Karte as soon as possible.

There are a couple of items in the office that were left behind at prom. If you are missing something, please stop by and see if we have it.

Speaking of lost and found, our lost and found pile is overflowing. If you are missing a sweatshirt, water bottle, coffee cup, lunch box or one single shoe, we have tons to look through. There are also some other interesting odds and ends. You might find something of yours you didn't even know you lost.

Lost and found is located just past the cafeteria through the double doors on the right as you are headed to the science wing.

Tuesday May 9th, 2017

Powder Tuff Volleyball coaches are needed for practice and games! We need a minimum of 2 coaches for the underclassmen team and the upperclassmen team. The games will take place during Homegoing week. More details are coming! If you are interested in being a Powder Tuff coach, please talk to Jaime Chambers, Maddy Smallwood, or Herr Karte as soon as possible.

MONDAY May 8th, 2017

For those interested in running for class officer next year, petitions are outside the main office. They are due next Thursday, May 11 and need to be turned into Herr Karte.

FRIDAY, May 5th, 2017

For those interested in running for class officer next year, petitions are outside the main office. They are due next Thursday, May 11 and need to be turned into Herr Karte.

Thursday, May 4th, 2017

May the 4th Be With You! Spirit day today!

For those interested in running for class officer next year, petitions are outside the main office. They are due next Thursday, May 11 and need to be turned into Herr Karte.

Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017

Thursday is May the 4th, dress up in your Star Wars gear for spirit points! Do or do not, there is no try.

For those interested in running for class officer next year, petitions are outside the main office. They are due next Thursday, May 11 and need to be turned into Herr Karte

Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017
Thursday is May the 4th, dress up in your Star Wars gear for spirit points! Do or do not, there is no try.

For those interested in running for class officer next year, petitions are outside the main office. They are due next Thursday, May 11 and need to be turned into Herr Karte

Monday, May 1st, 2017
Thursday is May the 4th, dress up in your Star Wars gear for spirit points! Do or do not, there is no try.

For those interested in running for class officer next year, petitions are outside the main office. They are due next Thursday, May 11 and need to be turned into Herr Karte.

 

Thursday, April 27th, 2017

There are still open spots for the German class field trip to the Edelweiss store and Gustav's German restaurant! If you were in a German class this year, you have top priority for getting a spot. If you are interested in coming along, talk to Herr Karte as soon as possible! Time is running out! And you probably don't own a Delorean time machine to go back in time.

Philomath High School ASB would like to thank everyone for an excellent Inspired Day last week! Everyone did great!

Wednesday, April 26th, 2017

There are still open spots for the German class field trip to the Edelweiss store and Gustav's German restaurant! If you were in a German class this year, you have top priority for getting a spot. If you are interested in coming along, talk to Herr Karte as soon as possible! Time is running out! And you probably don't own a Delorean time machine to go back in time.

Philomath High School ASB would like to thank everyone for an excellent Inspired Day last week! Everyone did great!

Tuesday, April 25th, 2017

No announcements

Monday, April 24th, 2017

No announcements

Friday, April 21st, 2017

Inspired Day

Thursday, April 20th, 2017

Prom Tickets will be sold starting this Wednesday during lunch. Prom Information:

Date: Saturday May 6th
Place: Ashbrook Independent School
Dinner 7-8 p.m
Dance 8-10:30 p.m
Theme: A Night In New York
Price: $30 Single $55 for Couple
Tickets Sold During Lunch in the Hall or the Office
Prom Court Voting will be during Home Room on 4/24 and 5/1 (Only Seniors Vote)

This Friday is our annual inspired day! To celebrate this year's themes of kindness, respect, and courage, classes will be cancelled and we'll be having a day full of community service and guest speakers. In honor of this spirit respect, we'll have the respect banner in the hallway all week for you to add your name. This is perfect week to be courageous, show your kindness to others and practice respect to all you meet. See you on Friday!

For any students interested in running for the position of next year's student body president, petitions are available outside the main office. Interested students must have an accumulative GPA of 3.4 and be a sophomore or junior this year. Duties of the president include leading the executive cabinet, overseeing student body functions, chairing the student council, and representing the school to the community. This is a great opportunity to make a mark on your school and help others - please pick up a petition outside the main office if you are interested! Elections will take place on May 11th.

Graduation is coming up in just 7 weeks! If you're a graduating senior and would like to give a speech or perform a song at graduation, please start preparing. Auditions will take place on May 15th. There is one speaking opportunity reserved for a valedictorian and two additional speaking opportunities for any senior to audition for. In addition, up to three musical acts will be selected to perform. If you have any questions, please talk to Molly Klipfel, Kindra Coleman, Ms. Edgemon, or Christopher McMorran. Once again, auditions are on May 15th!

Wednesday, April 19th, 2017

Phoenix Ries is offering a free yoga class for PHS students on Wednesdays from 3:15 to 4:10. Starting today! Located in the multipurpose room

Prom Tickets will be sold starting this Wednesday during lunch. Prom Information:

Date: Saturday May 6th
Place: Ashbrook Independent School
Dinner 7-8 p.m
Dance 8-10:30 p.m
Theme: A Night In New York
Price: $30 Single $55 for Couple
Tickets Sold During Lunch in the Hall or the Office
Prom Court Voting will be during Home Room on 4/24 and 5/1 (Only Seniors Vote)

Tuesday, April 18th, 2017

Do you need community service hours? We are hosting our only home track meet next Tuesday, April 18th and need student help with field events. Sign up during advisory or lunch with Mr. Schermerhorn in the Athletic Office.

This Friday is our annual inspired day! To celebrate this year's themes of kindness, respect, and courage, classes will be cancelled and we'll be having a day full of community service and guest speakers. In honor of this spirit respect, we'll have the respect banner in the hallway all week for you to add your name. This is perfect week to be courageous, show your kindness to others and practice respect to all you meet. See you on Friday!

For any students interested in running for the position of next year's student body president, petitions are available outside the main office. Interested students must have an accumulative GPA of 3.4 and be a sophomore or junior this year. Duties of the president include leading the executive cabinet, overseeing student body functions, chairing the student council, and representing the school to the community. This is a great opportunity to make a mark on your school and help others - please pick up a petition outside the main office if you are interested! Elections will take place on May 11th.

Graduation is coming up in just 7 weeks! If you're a graduating senior and would like to give a speech or perform a song at graduation, please start preparing. Auditions will take place on May 15th. There is one speaking opportunity reserved for a valedictorian and two additional speaking opportunities for any senior to audition for. In addition, up to three musical acts will be selected to perform. If you have any questions, please talk to Molly Klipfel, Kindra Coleman, Ms. Edgemon, or Christopher McMorran. Once again, auditions are on May 15th!

Monday, April 17th, 2017

Do you need community service hours? We are hosting our only home track meet next Tuesday, April 18th and need student help with field events. Sign up during advisory or lunch with Mr. Schermerhorn in the Athletic Office.

This Friday is our annual inspired day! To celebrate this year's themes of kindness, respect, and courage, classes will be cancelled and we'll be having a day full of community service and guest speakers. In honor of this spirit respect, we'll have the respect banner in the hallway all week for you to add your name. This is perfect week to be courageous, show your kindness to others and practice respect to all you meet. See you on Friday!

For any students interested in running for the position of next year's student body president, petitions are available outside the main office. Interested students must have an accumulative GPA of 3.4 and be a sophomore or junior this year. Duties of the president include leading the executive cabinet, overseeing student body functions, chairing the student council, and representing the school to the community. This is a great opportunity to make a mark on your school and help others - please pick up a petition outside the main office if you are interested! Elections will take place on May 11th.

Graduation is coming up in just 7 weeks! If you're a graduating senior and would like to give a speech or perform a song at graduation, please start preparing. Auditions will take place on May 15th. There is one speaking opportunity reserved for a valedictorian and two additional speaking opportunities for any senior to audition for. In addition, up to three musical acts will be selected to perform. If you have any questions, please talk to Molly Klipfel, Kindra Coleman, Ms. Edgemon, or Christopher McMorran. Once again, auditions are on May 15th!

Friday, April 14th, 2017

Do you need community service hours? We are hosting our only home track meet next Tuesday, April 18th and need student help with field events. Sign up during advisory or lunch with Mr. Schermerhorn in the Athletic Office.

This Friday is our annual inspired day! To celebrate this year's themes of kindness, respect, and courage, classes will be cancelled and we'll be having a day full of community service and guest speakers. In honor of this spirit respect, we'll have the respect banner in the hallway all week for you to add your name. This is perfect week to be courageous, show your kindness to others and practice respect to all you meet. See you on Friday!

For any students interested in running for the position of next year's student body president, petitions are available outside the main office. Interested students must have an accumulative GPA of 3.4 and be a sophomore or junior this year. Duties of the president include leading the executive cabinet, overseeing student body functions, chairing the student council, and representing the school to the community. This is a great opportunity to make a mark on your school and help others - please pick up a petition outside the main office if you are interested! Elections will take place on May 11th.

Graduation is coming up in just 7 weeks! If you're a graduating senior and would like to give a speech or perform a song at graduation, please start preparing. Auditions will take place on May 15th. There is one speaking opportunity reserved for a valedictorian and two additional speaking opportunities for any senior to audition for. In addition, up to three musical acts will be selected to perform. If you have any questions, please talk to Molly Klipfel, Kindra Coleman, Ms. Edgemon, or Christopher McMorran. Once again, auditions are on May 15th!

Thursday, April 13th, 2017

Do you need community service hours? We are hosting our only home track meet next Tuesday, April 18th and need student help with field events. Sign up during advisory or lunch with Mr. Schermerhorn in the Athletic Office.

This Friday is our annual inspired day! To celebrate this year's themes of kindness, respect, and courage, classes will be cancelled and we'll be having a day full of community service and guest speakers. In honor of this spirit respect, we'll have the respect banner in the hallway all week for you to add your name. This is perfect week to be courageous, show your kindness to others and practice respect to all you meet. See you on Friday!

For any students interested in running for the position of next year's student body president, petitions are available outside the main office. Interested students must have an accumulative GPA of 3.4 and be a sophomore or junior this year. Duties of the president include leading the executive cabinet, overseeing student body functions, chairing the student council, and representing the school to the community. This is a great opportunity to make a mark on your school and help others - please pick up a petition outside the main office if you are interested! Elections will take place on May 11th.

Graduation is coming up in just 7 weeks! If you're a graduating senior and would like to give a speech or perform a song at graduation, please start preparing. Auditions will take place on May 15th. There is one speaking opportunity reserved for a valedictorian and two additional speaking opportunities for any senior to audition for. In addition, up to three musical acts will be selected to perform. If you have any questions, please talk to Molly Klipfel, Kindra Coleman, Ms. Edgemon, or Christopher McMorran. Once again, auditions are on May 15th!

Wednesday, April 12th, 2017

No Announcements

Tuesday, April 11th, 2017

No Announcements

Monday, April 10th, 2017

No Announcements

Thursday, April 6th, 2017

No Announcements

Wednesday, April 5th, 2017

No Announcements

Tuesday, April 4th, 2017

No Announcements

Monday, April 3rd, 2017

The Philomath Shining Stars will be having their 13th Annual Performing Arts Showcase on April 12th at 7-9 p.m. Performances include Phs Dance Team, Dance With Me Velocity and Pure Energy. Phs Solo Ensemble Group, and other local talent in the arts. Cost is $5 dollars for adults and $3 for students.

Friday, March 24th, 2017

March Madness spirit day is today! Dress up with your favorite sports team jersey to earn spirit points.

March madness dance is tonight from 7:00 - 9:00. Students will need to pay $5.00 to get in, also wear your team jersey to the dance.

The Philomath Shining Stars will be having their 13th Annual Performing Arts Showcase on April 12th at 7-9 p.m. Performances include Phs Dance Team, Dance With Me Velocity and Pure Energy. Phs Solo Ensemble Group, and other local talent in the arts. Cost is $5 dollars for adults and $3 for students.

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

March Madness spirit day is on Friday. Dress up with your favorite sports team jersey to earn spirit points.

March madness dance is on Friday night from 7:00 - 9:00. Students will need to pay $5.00 to get in, also wear your team jersey to the dance.

The Philomath Shining Stars will be having their 13th Annual Performing Arts Showcase on April 12th at 7-9 p.m. Performances include Phs Dance Team, Dance With Me Velocity and Pure Energy. Phs Solo Ensemble Group, and other local talent in the arts. Cost is $5 dollars for adults and $3 for students.

Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017

The Philomath Shining Stars will be having their 13th Annual Performing Arts Showcase on April 12th at 7-9 p.m. Performances include Phs Dance Team, Dance With Me Velocity and Pure Energy. Phs Solo Ensemble Group, and other local talent in the arts. Cost is $5 dollars for adults and $3 for students.

Tuesday, March 21st, 2017

The Philomath Shining Stars will be having their 13th Annual Performing Arts Showcase on April 12th at 7-9 p.m. Performances include Phs Dance Team, Dance With Me Velocity and Pure Energy. Phs Solo Ensemble Group, and other local talent in the arts. Cost is $5 dollars for adults and $3 for students.  

Sophomores and Juniors, if you are interested in participating Fall term in Beyond PHS, the LBCC/PHS high school/college partnership program,  please sign up on the clipboard outside of Ms. St.Clair’s office, to meet with her about program information and application details.

Monday, March 20th, 2017

Sophomores and Juniors, if you are interested in participating Fall term in Beyond PHS, the LBCC/PHS high school/college partnership program,  please sign up on the clipboard outside of Ms. St.Clair’s office, to meet with her about program information and application details.

Friday, March 17th, 2017

Sophomores and Juniors, if you are interested in participating Fall term in Beyond PHS, the LBCC/PHS high school/college partnership program,  please sign up on the clipboard outside of Ms. St.Clair’s office, to meet with her about program information and application details. 

It is the time of year for those of you who wish to participate in the program My Future My Choice to apply. This opportunity is open to Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors. We have a few spots available this year, but those interested must fill out an application. Even if you participated in the past, please stop by Mrs. Stueve's room 111 to pick up an application. All forms are due by April 3rd.

Thursday, March 16th, 2017

It is the time of year for those of you who wish to participate in the program My Future My Choice to apply. This opportunity is open to Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors. We have a few spots available this year, but those interested must fill out an application. Even if you participated in the past, please stop by Mrs. Stueve's room 111 to pick up an application. All forms are due by April 3rd.

Wednesday, March 15th, 2017

It is the time of year for those of you who wish to participate in the program My Future My Choice to apply. This opportunity is open to Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors. We have a few spots available this year, but those interested must fill out an application. Even if you participated in the past, please stop by Mrs. Stueve's room 111 to pick up an application. All forms are due by April 3rd.

Tuesday, March 14th, 2017

It is the time of year for those of you who wish to participate in the program My Future My Choice to apply. This opportunity is open to Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors. We have a few spots available this year, but those interested must fill out an application. Even if you participated in the past, please stop by Mrs. Stueve's room 111 to pick up an application. All forms are due by April 3rd.

Monday, March 13th, 2017

It is the time of year for those of you who wish to participate in the program My Future My Choice to apply. This opportunity is open to Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors. We have a few spots available this year, but those interested must fill out an application. Even if you participated in the past, please stop by Mrs. Stueve's room 111 to pick up an application. All forms are due by April 3rd.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday, February 18, 2017

 

No Daily Announcements

 

Friday, February 17, 2017

 

No Daily Announcements

 

Thursday, February 16, 2017

 

Juniors and Seniors!  If you are interested in the Mental Health First Aid training that will be held in March, please pick up a registration form in the counseling office.  They are located on the bench outside of Ms. St.Clair’s office.

 

Captain Zero beacons all Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors to become superhero cabin leaders at Outdoor School 2017! This is a WONDERFUL leadership opportunity! Join Peri for an informational meeting in the Activities Room on Thursday, February 16th at lunch to pick up an application. Tootie-Ta!

 

 

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

 

Congradulations to the January 2017 Students of the Month! The winners are:

 

Academics: Florence Anderson

 

Activities & Leadership:  Anita Acevedo

 

Citizenship:  Blythe Taufásaua

 

Perseverance:  Casey Croy

 

Service & Volunteerism:  Isabelle Loyd

 

Warrior Recognition:  Nate Haslam

 

 

Softball players, if you ordered jersey’s or beanie please pay your money to coach Evans as soon as possible.

 

Juniors and Seniors!  If you are interested in the Mental Health First Aid training that will be held in March, please pick up a registration form in the counseling office.  They are located on the bench outside of Ms. St.Clair’s office.

 

Captain Zero beacons all Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors to become superhero cabin leaders at Outdoor School 2017! This is a WONDERFUL leadership opportunity! Join Peri for an informational meeting in the Activities Room on Thursday, February 16th at lunch to pick up an application. Tootie-Ta!

 

 

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

 

Tonight is the "Beat Cancer" basketball game!  Students & staff are encouraged to wear pink to the games that evening and to honor and remember all of their friends and family members who have fought this disease by listing them on the banner located in the athletic hallway.

 

Softball players, if you ordered jersey’s or beanie please pay your money to coach Evans as soon as possible.

 

Juniors and Seniors!  If you are interested in the Mental Health First Aid training that will be held in March, please pick up a registration form in the counseling office.  They are located on the bench outside of Ms. St.Clair’s

 

 

Friday, February 10, 2017

 

On Tuesday, February 14th, the Warrior hoops squads play host to the North Marion Huskies in their annual "BEAT CANCER" basketball game. Students & staff are encouraged to wear pink to the games that evening and to honor and remember all of their friends and family members who have fought this disease by listing them on the banner located in the athletic hallway.

 

 

Attention Track team - if you ordered a spandex for Track, Coach Thomas needs payment by this Friday.  Please drop your payments off to Doreen in the main office with your name attached to payment to ensure proper credit. 

 

 

Thursday, February 9, 2017

 

On Tuesday, February 14th, the Warrior hoops squads play host to the North Marion Huskies in their annual "BEAT CANCER" basketball game. Students & staff are encouraged to wear pink to the games that evening and to honor and remember all of their friends and family members who have fought this disease by listing them on the banner located in the athletic hallway.

 

 

Attention Track team - if you ordered a spandex for Track, Coach Thomas needs payment by this Friday.  Please drop your payments off to Doreen in the main office with your name attached to payment to ensure proper credit. 

 

Philomath High School is hosting the district wrestling meet this Friday and Saturday beginning at noon. Student body cards do not get you free into this event. Cost is $4 for students. The gym area will be off limits during school hours, including the hallway. Finally, the west gravel lot will be closed for student parking on Friday—this area will be used for buses.

 

 

 

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

 

On Tuesday, February 14th, the Warrior hoops squads play host to the North Marion Huskies in their annual "BEAT CANCER" basketball game. Students & staff are encouraged to wear pink to the games that evening and to honor and remember all of their friends and family members who have fought this disease by listing them on the banner located in the athletic hallway.

 

 

Attention Track team - if you ordered a spandex for Track, Coach Thomas needs payment by this Friday.  Please drop your payments off to Doreen in the main office with your name attached to payment to ensure proper credit. 

 

Philomath High School is hosting the district wrestling meet this Friday and Saturday beginning at noon. Student body cards do not get you free into this event. Cost is $4 for students. The gym area will be off limits during school hours, including the hallway. Finally, the west gravel lot will be closed for student parking on Friday—this area will be used for buses.

 

 

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

 

Attention Track team - if you ordered a spandex for Track, Coach Thomas needs payment by this Friday.  Please drop your payments off to Doreen in the main office with your name attached to payment to ensure proper credit. 

 

Philomath High School is hosting the district wrestling meet this Friday and Saturday beginning at noon. Student body cards do not get you free into this event. Cost is $4 for students. The gym area will be off limits during school hours, including the hallway. Finally, the west gravel lot will be closed for student parking on Friday—this area will be used for buses.

 

 

 

Monday, February 6, 2017

 

No new announcements for today.

 

Friday, February 3, 2017

 

Today (Friday) we have have a basketball game against Stayton! The student section theme is a white out! Following the game we will have the glow dance. Admission is $5 and glow sticks and paint will be provided!

 

 

Thursday, February 2, 2017

 

There will be a mandatory baseball meeting for all freshmen, upperclassmen that missed Monday's meeting, and anyone interested in being a manager Thursday at lunch in the Activities Room.

 

 

The Philomath High School Robotics Team, aka PHRED, competed at a tournament on Sunday at OSU.  The combined team of middle school and high school students did an outstanding job and placed third in the qualifying matches.  The team moved on to compete in the semifinal matches.  In the end, their performance and the fact that they earned the motivate award qualified the team for the next round of competition in Hillsboro.  We are currenty building larger robot for a set of competitions in March.  Stop by the PHS shop Monday through Thursday evenings or Saturday from 9 to 5 if you would like to see what the team is working on.

 

 

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

 

Last Call for the ASVAB, the test that gives information about YOUR skills and knowledge and how they fit with potential careers.  Sign up on the clip boards outside Ms. St.Clair’s office and in Mrs. Longway’s room.

 

There will be a mandatory baseball meeting for all freshmen, upperclassmen that missed Monday's meeting, and anyone interested in being a manager Thursday at lunch in the Activities Room.

 

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

 

Tuesday evening, January 31st, the Philomath Boys and Girls basketball teams will be hosting Yamhill-Carlton in the Warriors' "Military Appreciation Night."  All students and staff are encouraged to "Camo" up for the game, and to honor their family and friends who have served, or are serving, in the military by listing their names on the poster located in the athletic hallway. #WARRIOR PRIDE   #PHILOMATH STRONG.

 

Coach Baldwin will have the weight room open on Monday and Wednesday nights from 7 – 8:30 p.m. This is open to all PHS students who are not involved in a winter sport.

 

The Philomath High School Robotics Team, aka PHRED, competed at a tournament on Sunday at OSU.  The combined team of middle school and high school students did an outstanding job and placed third in the qualifying matches.  The team moved on to compete in the semifinal matches.  In the end, their performance and the fact that they earned the motivate award qualified the team for the next round of competition in Hillsboro.  We are currenty building larger robot for a set of competitions in March.  Stop by the PHS shop Monday through Thursday evenings or Saturday from 9 to 5 if you would like to see what the team is working on.

 

Monday, January 30, 2017

 

Tuesday evening, January 31st, the Philomath Boys and Girls basketball teams will be hosting Yamhill-Carlton in the Warriors' "Military Appreciation Night."  All students and staff are encouraged to "Camo" up for the game, and to honor their family and friends who have served, or are serving, in the military by listing their names on the poster located in the athletic hallway. #WARRIOR PRIDE   #PHILOMATH STRONG.

 

Coach Baldwin will have the weight room open on Monday and Wednesday nights from 7 – 8:30 p.m. This is open to all PHS students who are not involved in a winter sport.

 

There will be a boy’s and girl’s organizational meeting Monday January 30 at the lunch break in the conference room. All students who are thinking about going out for tennis should attend. We will information for you at the meeting. Please bring your lunch and plan to eat at the meeting

 

 

Thursday, January 26, 2017

 

 

Next Tuesday evening, January 31st, the Philomath Boys and Girls basketball teams will be hosting Yamhill-Carlton in the Warriors' "Military Appreciation Night."  All students and staff are encouraged to "Camo" up for the game, and to honor their family and friends who have served, or are serving, in the military by listing their names on the poster located in the athletic hallway. #WARRIOR PRIDE   #PHILOMATH STRONG.

 

If you are interested in playing softball this year please attend an informational meeting TODAY in the Activities Room from 12:15 – 12:45 pm, pizza provided.  Bring a friend that wants to play.   

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO Hannah McIlroy for getting a GOLD award in the prestigious Scholastic Art Awards on her painting!  Also congratulations to Kirsten Dixon for an Honorable Mention in the Scholastic Art Awards on her painting!  Go Warrior Artists!!!! 

 

Coach Baldwin will have the weight room open on Monday and Wednesday nights from 7 – 8:30 p.m. This is open to all PHS students who are not involved in a winter sport.

 

Reminder that there is no school this Friday due to Senior Project presentations. 

 

 

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

 

There will be an informational track and field meeting in the Community Conference room TODAY during lunch!  If you plan on joining track, please attend.  We will be taking orders for team spandex too!  So, if you want to make this order and receive discounted pricing, this will be the time to place your order.

 

The PHS Botany Garden is hiring 2 or 3 students to help maintain the garden this spring. 3 to 4 hours per week. $10/hour. See job board for more details. Application materials are due by Tues. Jan. 31st.

 

National Honor Society Members:  There is still a need for volunteers this Saturday, at the Dance Competition from 3-6:30 pm.  Please sign up with Mrs. Evans as soon as possible.

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

 

 

If you are interested in playing softball this year please attend an informational meeting on Thursday, January 26th in the Activities Room from 12:15 – 12:45 pm, pizza provided. 

Bring a friend that wants to play.   

 

There will be an informational track and field meeting in the Community Conference room on Wednesday during lunch!  If you plan on joining track, please attend.  We will be taking orders for team spandex too!  So, if you want to make this order and receive discounted pricing, this will be the time to place your order.

 

The PHS Botany Garden is hiring 2 or 3 students to help maintain the garden this spring. 3 to 4 hours per week. $10/hour. See job board for more details. Application materials are due by Tues. Jan. 31st.

 

National Honor Society Members:  There is still a need for volunteers this Saturday, at the Dance Competition from 3-6:30 pm.  Please sign up with Mrs. Evans as soon as possible.

 

 

To All Warrior students, staff, and family who attended the Unified Basketball game last Thursday…Thank you for showing your spirit and support of your fellow warriors! You epitomize what it is to be a Warrior! Again, Thank you!

 

 

 

 

Monday, January 23, 2017

 

Don’t forget to sign up for the ASVAB! (that would be As-Vab)  Students of sophomore standing and above are eligible to take the test, which gives information about YOUR skills and knowledge and how they fit with potential careers.  The ASVAB is the morning of Feb. 16th and starts at 8am.  Sign up sheets will be available until Feb. 10th and are located just outside Ms. St.Clair’s office and in Mrs. Longway’s room.

 

 

 

Friday, January 20, 2017

 

Hey! Did you do something fun over winter break? Did you do Did you head to Mary's Peak, or go skiing, or just find a good hill to sled on around here? We'd like those pictures for the yearbook! Please see Mrs.  Leonard or Rachel Worley so we can include them in this year's book.

 

There will be an informational meeting for students interested in track and field on Wed. Jan. 25th during the lunch period in the community conference room.  Anyone planning to come out for track & field and anyone simply curious should plan to attend.

 

 

Thursday, January 19, 2017

 

Don’t forget to sign up for the ASVAB! (that would be As-Vab)  Students of sophomore standing and above are eligible to take the test, which gives information about YOUR skills and knowledge and how they fit with potential careers.  The ASVAB is the morning of Feb. 16th and starts at 8am.  Sign up sheets will be available until Feb. 10th and are located just outside Ms. St.Clair’s office and in Mrs. Longway’s room.

 

Hey! Did you do something fun over winter break? Did you do Did you head to Mary's Peak, or go skiing, or just find a good hill to sled on around here? We'd like those pictures for the yearbook! Please see Mrs.  Leonard or Rachel Worley so we can include them in this year's book.

 

There will be an informational meeting for students interested in track and field on Wed. Jan. 25th during the lunch period in the community conference room.  Anyone planning to come out for track & field and anyone simply curious should plan to attend.

 

 

 

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

 

Congratulations to the December 2016 Students of the Month! 

 

For Academics, the winner is Kurt Foster

For Activities and Leadership, the winner is Joseph Johnson

For Citizenship, the winner is Rhonen Smiley

For Perseverance, the winner is Calvin Snuggerud

For Warrior Recognition, the winner is Justin Johnson

 

Are you interested in experiencing the exciting music and vibrant culture of Spain?  

On Friday and Saturday, January 27th and 28th at 7:30 p.m., Flamenco Pacífico will present a concert of classical Spanish guitar music and flamenco dance at the Majestic Theater in Corvallis. This is not a school-sponsored event, but it is a fantastic opportunity! Tickets cost 28 – 30 dollars and are selling fast! If you want more information, see Señora Graff in Room 114 or go to the Majestic Theater website.

 

 

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

 

We have a special bell schedule on Thursday - drop by the office and pickup a copy!

 

The ASVAB is a multiple-aptitude battery that measures abilities and helps predict future success. It will be held Thursday, Feb. 16th at 8am, at PHS  and is offered to Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors to assist in career exploration and planning.  Please sign up on the clipboard outside of Ms. St.Clair’s office or in Mrs. Longway’s room.

 

Are you interested in experiencing the exciting music and vibrant culture of Spain?  

On Friday and Saturday, January 27th and 28th at 7:30 p.m., Flamenco Pacífico will present a concert of classical Spanish guitar music and flamenco dance at the Majestic Theater in Corvallis. This is not a school-sponsored event, but it is a fantastic opportunity! Tickets cost 28 – 30 dollars and are selling fast! If you want more information, see Señora Graff in Room 114 or go to the Majestic Theater website.

 

 

 

Friday, January 13, 2017

 

Next week is a BIG, BIG, BIG week for PHS.  Monday is Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday (no classes), Tuesday is the Talent Show, and Thursday is the Unified Basketball Scrimmage.  Wednesday and Friday are regular school days.  Please stop by the office to pick up a schedule for the week on a blue half sheet of paper.

 

The ASVAB is a multiple-aptitude battery that measures abilities and helps predict future success. It will be held Thursday, Feb. 16th at 8am, at PHS  and is offered to Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors to assist in career exploration and planning.  Please sign up on the clipboard outside of Ms. St.Clair’s office or in Mrs. Longway’s room.

 

 

 

Thursday, January 12, 2016

 

No New annoucements for today

 

 

Wednesday, January 11, 2016

 

There will be a Mr. and Miss PHS meeting TODAY during advisory in the community conference room. All candidates must attend!

 

Seniors – during advisory today (Wednesday) there will be a senior meeting to go over the Senior Project presentations. All seniors must attend unless they have already presented, are part of the Mr/Ms PHS meeting or have a test scheduled to make-up. The meeting will be in the auxiliary gym.

 

 

 

Tuesday, January 10, 2016

 

LAST CALL - If you've been thinking about signing up for the talent show, JUST DO IT! For auditions times and if you still need to sign up, talk directly to Anita Acevedo as soon as possible. Or Herr Karte.

 

There will be a Mr. and Miss PHS meeting next Wednesday, January 11th, during advisory in the community conference room. All candidates must attend!

 

Are you intersted in science, engineering or technology?  Find out about summer internships for students in grades 9-11 during Advisory today in the Community Conference Room.  Come directly there.  There is no need for a pass. 

 

 

Friday, Janaury 6, 2017

 

If you've been thinking about signing up for the talent show, JUST DO IT! Auditions are today and Monday after school. If you still need to sign up, talk directly to Anita Acevedo as soon as possible. Or Herr Karte.

 

There will be a Mr. and Miss PHS meeting next Wednesday, January 11th, during advisory in the community conference room. All candidates must attend!

 

Are you a 9-11th grader?  Are you interested in a career as a scientist, doctor, engineer or technologist?  Then you should come to the ASE [PRONOUNCED ACE if read aloud] summer internship information session in the Community Conference Room on Tuesday, January 10th during advisory.  ASE matches scientists, engineers and technology innovators with smart students like you for 8 week internships over the summer.  ASE is a great way to improve your college application, and students can get school credit and a $1,000 stipend!  More information is available at www.saturdayacademy.org/ase. We look forward to seeing all you science and engineering enthusiasts in the Community Conference Room on Tuesday, January 10th during advisory.  There is no need to get an advisory pass. Attendance will be taken at the meeting. Ask a science teacher if you have any questions.

 

The Philomath High School robotics teams will begin designing and building a new robot for the game STEAMWorks.  If you are interested in a great creative engineering opportunity, please join us for an organizational meeting tonight, Tuesday, in the PHS shop at 7:00 pm.  The fun begins on Saturday so don’t miss out.

 

 

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

 

"There will be a Mr. and Miss PHS meeting next Wednesday, January 11th, during advisory in the community conference room. All candidates must attend!"

 

"The talent show is coming! Prove you are the most talentedest by signing up for auditions. They start on Thursday! If you want to sign up or have questions, talk to Anita Acevedo as soon as you can!"

 

Are you a 9-11th grader?  Are you interested in a career as a scientist, doctor, engineer or technologist?  Then you should come to the ASE [PRONOUNCED ACE if read aloud] summer internship information session in the Community Conference Room on Tuesday, January 10th during advisory.  ASE matches scientists, engineers and technology innovators with smart students like you for 8 week internships over the summer.  ASE is a great way to improve your college application, and students can get school credit and a $1,000 stipend!  More information is available at www.saturdayacademy.org/ase. We look forward to seeing all you science and engineering enthusiasts in the Community Conference Room on Tuesday, January 10th during advisory.  There is no need to get an advisory pass. Attendance will be taken at the meeting. Ask a science teacher if you have any questions.

 

The Philomath High School robotics teams will begin designing and building a new robot for the game STEAMWorks.  If you are interested in a great creative engineering opportunity, please join us for an organizational meeting tonight, Tuesday, in the PHS shop at 7:00 pm.  The fun begins on Saturday so don’t miss out.

 

 

Tuesday, January 3, 2016

 

The Philomath High School robotics teams will begin designing and building a new robot for the game STEAMWorks.  If you are interested in a great creative engineering opportunity, please join us for an organizational meeting tonight, Tuesday, in the PHS shop at 7:00 pm.  The fun begins on Saturday so don’t miss out.

 

There is a varsity boys basketball game at 7:00pm tonight weather permitting.

 

 

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

 

Juniors and seniors - a representative from the University of Oregon will be in the community conference room today during advisory.  Stop by if you are interested in being a Duck!

 

The Philomath High School Robotics Team is organizing for its 16th season.  If you like technology, have a creative streak, or want to challenge yourself, come out to join the team.  We invite students and parents to attend our informational meeting  at 7:00 pm in the PHS Manufacturing shop tonight!  If you are not able to make the meeting then, join us again on Tuesday, January 3 as we plan for the next season.  No prior experience required.

 

The Track and Field sprinters and hurdlers winter practice is beginning soon. There is a sign up sheet posted on the table in front of the front office door with spots for your contact information.  If you are interested please come fill this out. If you don't have a Winter sport and plan on Sprinting or hurdling in track you should take this opportunity to train through the winter.

 

Who wants candy canes?! I do! They are being sold by ASB students during lunch. 2 for a dollar! They will be available on Wednesday and Thursday this week.

You got skillz? That's skillz with a 'z!' Show them off at the talent show! You can sign up for auditions on the bulletin board near the main stairway. The auditions will take place early in January. Get ready to show the world your movez! That's movez with a 'z.'

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

 

The Philomath High School Robotics Team is organizing for its 16th season.  If you like technology, have a creative streak, or want to challenge yourself, come out to join the team.  We invite students and parents to attend our informational meeting  at 7:00 pm in the PHS Manufacturing shop tonight!  If you are not able to make the meeting then, join us again on Tuesday, January 3 as we plan for the next season.  No prior experience required.

 

 

Monday, December 12, 2016

 

Congratulations to the November Students of the Month!

 

Nominees for Academics: Florence Anderson, Jensen Davis, Rachel Worley

The winner is Rachel Worley

 

Nominees for Activities and Leadership:  Sarah Buddingh, Bailey Nelson

The winner is Bailey Nelson

 

Nominees for Citizenship:  Rhonen Smiley, Abbie Arthurs, Tegan Weaver

The winner is Tegan Weaver

 

Nominees for Perseverance:  Harrison Marshall, Brittny Riddle

The winner is Brittny Riddle

 

Nominee and winner for Service and Volunteerism:  Jaime Chambers

 

Nominee and winner for Warrior Recognition is Sarah Buddingh

 

The Philomath High School Robotics Team is organizing for its 16th season.  If you like technology, have a creative streak, or want to challenge yourself, come out to join the team.  We invite students and parents to attend our informational meeting  at 7:00 pm in the PHS Manufacturing shop on Tuesday, December 13.  If you are not able to make the meeting then, join us again on Tuesday, January 3 as we plan for the next season.  No prior experience required.

 

 

 

 

Thursday, December 8, 2016

 

Congratulations to the November Students of the Month!

 

Nominees for Academics: Florence Anderson, Jensen Davis, Rachel Worley

The winner is Rachel Worley

 

Nominees for Activities and Leadership:  Sarah Buddingh, Bailey Nelson

The winner is Bailey Nelson

 

Nominees for Citizenship:  Rhonen Smiley, Abbie Arthurs, Tegan Weaver

The winner is Tegan Weaver

 

Nominees for Perseverance:  Harrison Marshall, Brittny Riddle

The winner is Brittny Riddle

 

Nominee and winner for Service and Volunteerism:  Jaime Chambers

 

Nominee and winner for Warrior Recognition is Sarah Buddingh

 

 

There will be a German Trip informational meeting on December 16th at 7:00pm uin the Community Conference Room.  Anyone interested in going on the German Exchange trip, please come to the meeting and bring your parents.

 

Don't forget about Winter Formal on Saturday! 10 dollars to get in along with your student ID card. If you're bringing a guest, the guest HAS to have ID with proof of age. There are absolutely no exceptions to this rule.

 

 

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

 

There will be a German Trip informational meeting on December 16th at 7:00pm uin the Community Conference Room.  Anyone interested in going on the German Exchange trip, please come to the meeting and bring your parents.

 

Are you planning to bring a guest to the Winter Formal?  Do you have your guest pass completed and approved?  No guest are allowed at the dance without a completed guest pass signed off by the office.  Also, YOU MUST have a student body card to get into the dance.  If you have misplaced yours, come see Doreen in the office for a replacement card.  The cost is $1.00.

 

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

 

If you are a sophomore and interested in earning spirit points for your class, come to the community conference room during advisory on Tuesday to make snowflakes! Attendance will be taken! Also, if you would like to help "deck the sophomore hall," talk to Ella Skinkis, Lindsay Schell, or Hannah Williams about decorating it after school on Friday, December 9th.

Hey other person doing the announcements with me, are you also going to the Winter Formal dance this Saturday at 7:30? Other person: Heck yeah! It only costs 10 dollars to get in! But we have to make sure to bring our school ID cards. The first person: Totally radical! I'll see you there!

Half of the Giving Tree name cards have been taken. This is a great start! Make sure you get those gifts turned in. If you took a name and end up not being able to bring in a gift, please put the name card back onto the tree! If you haven't taken a name yet, please do so! This program makes a huge difference for a child's holiday season!

 

Monday, December 5, 2016

 

If you are a sophomore and interested in earning spirit points for your class, come to the community conference room during advisory on Tuesday to make snowflakes! Attendance will be taken! Also, if you would like to help "deck the sophomore hall," talk to Ella Skinkis, Lindsay Schell, or Hannah Williams about decorating it after school on Friday, December 9th.

Hey other person doing the announcements with me, are you also going to the Winter Formal dance this Saturday at 7:30? Other person: Heck yeah! It only costs 10 dollars to get in! But we have to make sure to bring our school ID cards. The first person: Totally radical! I'll see you there!

Half of the Giving Tree name cards have been taken. This is a great start! Make sure you get those gifts turned in. If you took a name and end up not being able to bring in a gift, please put the name card back onto the tree! If you haven't taken a name yet, please do so! This program makes a huge difference for a child's holiday season!

 

Friday, December 2, 2016

 

Starting today the downstairs hallways are once again open for students to eat lunch. However, students are expected to keep these areas clean. If trash becomes an issue the hallways will once again be off limits. Thank you.  

 

 

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Attention seniors who took Senior Social Studies during 1st trimester. Do you want to get a head start on community service for third trimester? Come see Mrs. Leonard about a group project joining seniors from tri 2, and learn about how to get DOUBLE hours. You could potentially earn all 12 hours (including doubled hours) before winter break. These hours WILL count for 3rd trimester community service hours! See Mrs. Leonard ASAP!

 

Winter Formal is coming! It will be on Saturday, December 10th at 7:30 PM. Don't worry - entry into the dance will be much faster this time.

Please consider donating for the Giving Tree! It doesn't take a lot of effort or require much money, but it can really make a big difference for a family in need and for your class!

 

Just a reminder that if you checked out a textbook during Trimester 1, make sure that you turn it back in to your teacher.  They will need to see that you turned it in, so, please make sure they are present when you leave the book.

 

 

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

 

Attention seniors who took Senior Social Studies during 1st trimester. Do you want to get a head start on community service for third trimester? Come see Mrs. Leonard about a group project joining seniors from tri 2, and learn about how to get DOUBLE hours. You could potentially earn all 12 hours (including doubled hours) before winter break. These hours WILL count for 3rd trimester community service hours! See Mrs. Leonard ASAP!

 

Winter Formal is coming! It will be on Saturday, December 10th at 7:30 PM. Don't worry - entry into the dance will be much faster this time.

Please consider donating for the Giving Tree! It doesn't take a lot of effort or require much money, but it can really make a big difference for a family in need and for your class!

 

Just a reminder that if you checked out a textbook during Trimester 1, make sure that you turn it back in to your teacher.  They will need to see that you turned it in, so, please make sure they are present when you leave the book.

 

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

 

Winter Formal is coming! It will be on Saturday, December 10th at 7:30 PM. Don't worry - entry into the dance will be much faster this time.

Please consider donating for the Giving Tree! It doesn't take a lot of effort or require much money, but it can really make a big difference for a family in need and for your class!

If you are in Mr. Babcock's Homeroom class, please come to the counseling center during the advisory period so you can vote for your senior Mr. Mistletoe nominees.

 

 

Monday, November 28, 2016

 

The giving tree is now up!  If you want to make a child's holiday special and exciting, take a tag from the giving tree, buy the gift and return it UNWRAPPED to any ASB member or take to the ASB room and drop it off.  VERY IMPORTANT, if you take a tag and then realize you can't follow through, please return the tag to the tree immediatly so the child will have another chance for someone to be their Santa.  The due date for returning the unwrapped give is December 13, 2016.

 

 

Check the athletic area on the bulletin board in the main hallway this week for information about Cheer tryouts. Anyone trying out needs to get a clearance card from Mrs. Garvin prior to the tryouts.

 

 

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

 

This Friday evening the Girls Basketball Team kicks off their 2016-2017 season with the TNT Scrimmage and Paper Air Plane Toss. Come watch this year's high school team and the Warrior Alumni on the court, and then finish the evening by flying paper air planes to win prizes.

 

 

 

We want to give a big shout out and welcome back to the PHS students that attended WIBC – the Western International Band Clinic – in Seattle WA over the last four days: 

These students earned the privilege of attending this clinic.  While at WIBC they learned a lot of amazing things, met and worked with incredible musicians and composers, and had a great time representing PHS in Seattle.  WIBC participants – YOU ROCK! 

 

Please come Tuesday, January 10 during advisory for the Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering information meeting?

 

The Holiday Parade in Corvallis this week on Friday, the 25th of November needs volunteers! If you are interested in helping out with the parade, please see Mr. Babcock to sign up!

 

Have a safe and wonderful Holiday!

 

Monday, November 19, 2016

 

 

Congratulations to the October Students of the Month!

 

Nominees for Academics:  Lily Bogard, Shaden Jensen, Dylan Gassner, Nate Haslam, McKenzie McHuron-Guss

The winner is:  McKenzie McHuron-Guss

 

Nominees for Activities and Leadership:  Anna Collins, Megan Alba

The winner is:  Anna Collins

 

Nominees for Citizenship:Abigail Arthurs, Lindsay House, Matthew Williams

The winner is:  Lindsay House

 

Nominees for Perseverance:  Jessica Hoffman, Lauren Carter

The winner is:  Lauren Carter

 

Nominees for Service & Volunteerism: Emily Simmons

The winner is Emily Simmons

 

Nominees for Warrior Recognition: Lacey Luke

The winner is Lacey Luke

 

 

Please come Tuesday, January 10 during advisory for the Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering information meeting?

 

 

The Holiday Parade in Corvallis this week on Friday, the 25th of November needs volunteers! If you are interested in helping out with the parade, please see Mr. Babcock to sign up!

 

 

Friday, November 18, 2016

 

Please come Tuesday, January 10 during advisory for the Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering information meeting?

 

Monday is an access/homeroom.  You may get access passes to work with teachers, but report to your homeroom.

 

 

December Youth Volunteer Corps Volunteer (Ages 11-18) OpportunitiesContact Daniel Comer at 541-766-6467 or daniel.comer@corvallisoregon.gov with any questions. For more information, see the bulletin on the information board outside the main office.

 

Students, if you forgot what your Tri 2 schedule is, no worries! You can get a new one on Monday in your Homeroom class.

 

Canned food drive competition!  This week (November 14-18) only.  Spirit points awarded to the class with the most canned food collected.

Seniors in the lead!!!

 

There will be an important informational meeting for anyone interested in winter cheer on Monday, November 21st in the Community Conference Room during lunch. Prior to this meeting, if you did not participate in a fall sport, you must pick up a clearance card packet from the athletic office and bring the completed paperwork with you to this meeting. You do not have to pay any fee until after tryouts. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Garvin or Mr. Schermerhorn.

 

 

Thursday, November 17, 2016

 

Students – Monday during homeroom you will pick up your Trimester 2 schedules. You will also be able to use the time to finish up any work or tests in your classes. Plan ahead if you need to get a pass from a teacher for that time. Make sure you bring work to do during homeroom.

 

December Youth Volunteer Corps Volunteer (Ages 11-18) OpportunitiesContact Daniel Comer at 541-766-6467 or daniel.comer@corvallisoregon.gov with any questions. For more information, see the bulletin on the information board outside the main office.

 

Students, if you forgot what your Tri 2 schedule is, no worries! You can get a new one on Monday in your Homeroom class.

 

Canned food drive competition!  This week (November 14-18) only.  Spirit points awarded to the class with the most canned food collected.

Seniors in the lead!!!

 

There will be an important informational meeting for anyone interested in winter cheer on Monday, November 21st in the Community Conference Room during lunch. Prior to this meeting, if you did not participate in a fall sport, you must pick up a clearance card packet from the athletic office and bring the completed paperwork with you to this meeting. You do not have to pay any fee until after tryouts. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Garvin or Mr. Schermerhorn.

 

 

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

 

Reminder - Student Council meeting today during advisory.

 

Canned food drive competition!  This week (November 14-18) only.  Spirit points awarded to the class with the most canned food collected.

Seniors in the lead!!!

 

There will be an important informational meeting for anyone interested in winter cheer on Monday, November 21st in the Community Conference Room during lunch. Prior to this meeting, if you did not participate in a fall sport, you must pick up a clearance card packet from the athletic office and bring the completed paperwork with you to this meeting. You do not have to pay any fee until after tryouts. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Garvin or Mr. Schermerhorn.

 

 

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

 

 

There is a student council meeting scheduled for tomorrow, Wednesday, the 16th of November during the advisory class period.

There is a meeting for all pairs of students participating in the Mr./Ms. PHS program on Thursday, the 17th of November during the advisory class period.

 

Like to ski?

A new Alpine Ski Team/Club is holding an informational meeting on: Friday November 18 @ 12:45 in the Activity Room. Come and find out how you can learn to be a ski racer.  A Ski camp will be held December 17-20 and races and trainings are held every weekend in January and February. Costs, gear, and other details will be provided at the meeting.  Contact Luc Barnes, Freshman-luc@irmforestry.com or Connie Barnes, Parent - connie@irmforestry.com, 541 760-0099.

 

 

 

 

Monday, November 14, 2016

 

Like to ski?

A new Alpine Ski Team/Club is holding an informational meeting on: Friday November 18 @ 12:45 in the Activity Room. Come and find out how you can learn to be a ski racer.  A Ski camp will be held December 17-20 and races and trainings are held every weekend in January and February. Costs, gear, and other details will be provided at the meeting.  Contact Luc Barnes, Freshman-luc@irmforestry.com or Connie Barnes, Parent - connie@irmforestry.com, 541 760-0099.

 

Winter sport athletes—remember you must have your gray clearance card to give to your coach before you can practice. The athletic office is open today until the end of lunch and will not be open after school.

 

 

 

Thursday, November 10, 2016

 

IMPACT testing for winter athletes will take place TODAYat 4:00, 4:45, and 5:30 in the Library computer lab. Athletes should sign up for a time on the sheets posted on the training room door.  All Freshman and Junior athletes who did not take the test in the Fall will have to take the test. All Sophomores and Seniors who have not taken the test in the last year will have to take the test. For any questions, contact the athletic trainer, Andrew Magirl, at amagirl@ptnorthwest.com

 

Philomath High School will be bringing back cheerleading for the winter sport season. There will be a sign up form in the front office to gauge interest. Anyone interested in cheerleading is encouraged to sign up. Go Warriors!

 

Benton County 4-H Youth Advocates for Health - Teens as Teachers Program for grades 9-11th.  This is a program to teach students how to teach healthy living topics about food and nutrition, and physical fitness, and environment education to 3rd thru 5th graders.  For more information about registration, please see the OSU Extension packets located on the counter outside the main office.  Deadline for registration is December 1st!

 

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

 

Philomath High School will be bringing back cheerleading for the winter sport season. There will be a sign up form in the front office to gauge interest. Anyone interested in cheerleading is encouraged to sign up. Go Warriors!

 

 

IMPACT testing for winter athletes will take place this Thursday at 4:00, 4:45, and 5:30 in the Library computer lab. Athletes should sign up for a time on the sheets posted on the training room door.  All Freshman and Junior athletes who did not take the test in the Fall will have to take the test. All Sophomores and Seniors who have not taken the test in the last year will have to take the test. For any questions, contact the athletic trainer, Andrew Magirl, at amagirl@ptnorthwest.com

 

Benton County 4-H Youth Advocates for Health - Teens as Teachers Program for grades 9-11th.  This is a program to teach students how to teach healthy living topics about food and nutrition, and physical fitness, and environment education to 3rd thru 5th graders.  For more information about registration, please see the OSU Extension packets located on the counter outside the main office.  Deadline for registration is December 1st!

 

Open Mat Practice – right after school to 5:00pm Monday, Wednesday, Thursday this week.

 

 

To all athletes going out for a winter sport – If you participated in a summer camp or fall sport and have gear out or owe fees, you will not be able to get your winter clearance card until either these items are turned in to the appropriate coach or you pay the replacement cost. For athletes that have paid and turned in all their paperwork, check during lunch for clearance cards in the athletic office beginning TUESDAY.

 

 

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

 

To all athletes going out for a winter sport – If you participated in a summer camp or fall sport and have gear out or owe fees, you will not be able to get your winter clearance card until either these items are turned in to the appropriate coach or you pay the replacement cost. For athletes that have paid and turned in all their paperwork, check during lunch for clearance cards in the athletic office beginning TUESDAY.

 

Open Mat Practice – right after school to 5:00pm Monday, Wednesday, Thursday this week.

 

If you are interested in starting a city league basketball team through Corvallis Parks and Rec, there are registration forms outside the main office on the counter.

 

Permission forms and money for all students and chaperones attending the Rheinländer field trip must be turned in by Thursday, November 10. That will be the absolute last day to turn these items! Please make sure Herr Karte gets them before then, and also tell him if you need vegetarian or gluten free food.

 

NHS is having a canned food drive next week. Please bring in your canned or boxed food items to your class box in the main entrance. Spirit points will be awarded to the class with the most food items.

 

 

 

Monday, November 7, 2016

 

To all athletes going out for a winter sport – If you participated in a summer camp or fall sport and have gear out or owe fees, you will not be able to get your winter clearance card until either these items are turned in to the appropriate coach or you pay the replacement cost. For athletes that have paid and turned in all their paperwork, check during lunch for clearance cards in the athletic office beginning TUESDAY.

 

Open Mat Practice – right after school to 5:00pm Monday, Wednesday, Thursday this week.

 

If you are interested in starting a city league basketball team through Corvallis Parks and Rec, there are registration forms outside the main office on the counter.

 

 

Thursday, November 3, 2016

 

For all winter sports, there is a parent meeting next week Thursday, 11-10, at 7pm in the main gym. It will begin with a group meeting and then split up into individual sports.

 

Information about athletes wanting to get their clearance card for a winter sport is posted in the main hall and can be found online at Philomathathletics.org.

 

Tuesday, the 15th of November marks the LAST EVER field trip to the Rheinländer German Restaurant in Portland. The rumors were true. It is closing down at the end of the year. Students and staff interested in attending need to have their permission forms and money turned into Herr Karte by next week. Come to Herr Karte if you need a permission form!

 

No school this Friday due to assessments and no school next Friday so that we can observe Veterans Day.  Also Daylight Saving Time happens this weekend so set your clock back an hour!

 

 

 

Wedensday, November 2, 2016

 

 

The girls varsity soccer team will play Junction City at Willamette High School on Tuesday, 11-1 at 6:30pm. The boys varsity soccer team will play Phoenix at the soccer field on Colver Road in Talent on Wednesday, 11-2 at 3pm. Any student who would like to attend the Wednesday game must pre-arrange their absence with the attendance office prior to Wednesday.

 

For all winter sports, there is a parent meeting next week Thursday, 11-10, at 7pm in the main gym. It will begin with a group meeting and then split up into individual sports.

 

Information about athletes wanting to get their clearance card for a winter sport is posted in the main hall and can be found online at Philomathathletics.org.

 

The PHS blood drive is on this Thursday, November 3rd! We don't want anyone to be turned away for donating, so please make sure you drink enough water and eat properly. If you would like information on how to NOT be turned away for donating, please talk to Herr Karte right away. We could still use a few more people for donations or as backup donors!

Tuesday, the 15th of November marks the LAST EVER field trip to the Rheinländer German Restaurant in Portland. The rumors were true. It is closing down at the end of the year. Students and staff interested in attending need to have their permission forms and money turned into Herr Karte by next week. Come to Herr Karte if you need a permission form!

 

No school this Friday due to assessments and no school next Friday so that we can observe Veterans Day.  Also Daylight Saving Time happens this weekend so set your clock back an hour!


 

 

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

 

There will be a boys basketball meeting today at lunch in the small gym for anyone interested in going out for basketball.

 

Juniors and Seniors – an admission rep from Northwest Christian University will be at PHS on Thursday during advisory. If you would like more information about NWCU, please go to the community room during advisory.

 

The girls varsity soccer team will play Junction City at Willamette High School on Tuesday, 11-1 at 6:30pm. The boys varsity soccer team will play Phoenix at the soccer field on Colver Road in Talent on Wednesday, 11-2 at 3pm. Any student who would like to attend the Wednesday game must pre-arrange their absence with the attendance office prior to Wednesday.

 

For all winter sports, there is a parent meeting next week Thursday, 11-10, at 7pm in the main gym. It will begin with a group meeting and then split up into individual sports.

 

Information about athletes wanting to get their clearance card for a winter sport is posted in the main hall and can be found online at Philomathathletics.org.