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Please have all medications picked up from the health room no later than 3:00 PM Tuesday, May 24th. *All medication left in the health room after this time will be destroyed. Please contact Nurse Hickey or Nurse Morris with any questions.
2022 Underclassmen Chromebook Turn-in: Underclassmen will turn in Chromebooks and hotspots May 24 – 26. Students should keep Chromebooks until their last exam is done. All face to face students should turn in Chromebooks and hotspots by 12:00 pm, Thursday, May 26. Virtual Students will turn in their Chromebooks and hotspots same time as underclassmen. The drop off station for Chromebooks and hotspots will be in the Library. You must have someone check your technology in. Do not turn in Chromebooks at Mr. Faithful’s office or the front office. Turn-in Chromebook (no stickers), case, and charger. Cost for missing parts: Case $20 Charger $28.50 Total cost if all items not turned in is $300. Verizon Hotspot JetPack $150 (missing charger $16) Debts should be cleared through MySchoolBucks or with Mrs. Underwood by May 26. Summer Work: Students who will be doing summer work and will require their Chromebook must do the following: 1. Fill out a Summer CB Use Agreement form found in the Guidance Office. 2. Pay the $25 CB insurance fee (this will cover them through the summer and the 2022-23 school year). 3. Have Mr. Faithful physically inventory their Chromebook. 4. Summer students who do not complete steps 1 – 3 will have their Chromebooks disabled.
Attention job-seeking Seniors:
Happy National Nurses Day to our wonderful Nurse Hickey and Nurse Morris! Thank you for taking good care of us!
Rising juniors and rising seniors are invited to attend the SDPC Work-Based Learning Student Job Fair. SDPC students and businesses can register and find out more information at [tinyurl.com/MY-SDPC-WBL].
We are hiring! Do you know anyone searching for positions such as teachers, custodial staff, summer camp workers, guidance counselors, coaches, and more? Please share these opportunities with them. There are immediate opportunities for custodians at Easley High School and Clemson Elementary. Visit pickens.k12.sc.us/page/join-our-team to apply online. Join our SDPC team!
Congratulations to our Male and Female Scholar-Athletes of the Week: Ethan Medlin and Aubrey Richardson. Ethan is a member of the Baseball team and Aubrey is a member of the Soccer team. Student-athletes were recommended by their teachers, and a committee reviewed the nominations to determine this week’s recipients. We are proud of our student-athletes for demonstrating excellence in the classroom! #goblueflame
This week is Assistant Principal Appreciation week! We are very thankful for all that our administrators do for our students!
We want to wish Mrs. Winchester, as our PHS Media Clerk, a Happy National Library Workers Day today! April is School Library Month and we want Mrs. Winchester to know how much we appreciate her today and every day!
Our Spring Play, Radium Girls, opens this week! Get your tickets at the link below. We will NOT be selling tickets at the door. Shows: Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:00 PM Phsarts.ticketleap.com/radium-girls/
We want to wish Mrs. Williamson a Happy National School Librarian Day today! April is School Library Month and we want Mrs. Williamson to know how much we appreciate her and her hard work here in the PHS Media Center!
PHS Testing Information for the Remainder of the Year: Career Readiness Testing: ACT WorkKeys is the state required test that measures students' career readiness in the areas of Graphic Literacy, Workplace Documents, and Applied Mathematics. Student scores can earn them a Career Ready Credential if they score Silver or higher in all three components. ACT WorkKeys Test Dates: April 13: Junior WorkKeys Testing (*Subject to change based on test materials) April 14: Senior WorkKeys Testing (*Subject to change based on test materials) End of Course Testing EOCs are state required tests that measure students' mastery of content standards in the courses of Biology 1, Algebra 1/Intermediate Algebra, English 2, and US History. These tests account for 20% of the student's overall grade in the course. *This year, the US History EOCs will not count for 20% of the student's overall grade (a mid-term and final exam will replace that score), however, it is still a state required assessment for students in the course. EOC Test Dates: April 28/29: English 2 TDA EOC (*Subject to change based on other state required testing windows; alternate dates: May 3/4) May 10/11: English 2 Reading and US History EOCs May 17/18: Biology 1 EOC May 19/20: Algebra 1 EOC May 23: PCVA EOCs May 24-27: EOC Make-Ups
The Sapphire is currently working on a senior edition to be distributed on Class Day. In an effort to have all seniors recognized, we are asking seniors to complete a quick Google form. (See link below.) If you prefer a paper copy, pick one up in room 218. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Vxen-Vya7Xym_AV5tqkwLPh_H-dGRkaR_bnvZ9r-iP4/edit?ts=623dc927
Congratulations to our Male and Female Scholar-Athletes of the Week: Garrett Beaty and Sarah Cooper . Garrett is a member of the Golf team and Sarah is a member of the Varsity Soccer team. Student-athletes were recommended by their teachers, and a committee reviewed the nominations to determine this week’s recipients. We are proud of our student-athletes for demonstrating excellence in the classroom! #goblueflame
Check out the latest edition of The Sapphire: https://drive.google.com/file/d/192xHu6If1r3YOqLqvg5hSFtbvVAABD0o/view
Good luck to our Winter Guard programs as they perform for the Carolina Winter Ensemble Asssociation (CWEA) championship tomorrow. The Varsity program is ranked #1 in South Carolina and will also compete next week at the Winter Guard International (WGI) Super Regional Championship in Atlanta, GA. We are very proud of our guard and band programs!