Announcements

PRINCE EDWARD HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

December District Newsletter

21st Century Show Choir will rehearse on Wednesday, January 23, 2019 and Thursday, January 24, 2019 at 3:45 p.m. in the PECMS Cafeteria. 

Congratulations to the Dr. Lutz Scholastic Bowl Team as they advance to the Regional.
Scholastic Bowl Finals on February 4th at Poquoson HS.  Team members are Tiba Hamza, Antonio Harvey, Rachel Kinzer, Zakhyran Little, Kathryn McElfresh, Meera Mishra and Charles Swanson.

Due to complications from weather, the NHS Induction ceremony will be held on Monday, January 28th at 5PM. NHS will meet for a brief meeting on Wednesday, January 23rd, at 2:30.

Enjoy solving Rubik’s Cubes? We need you to join our team for the Virginia Region 8 Rubik’s Cube Challenge! This will take place on Saturday, February 16 at Nottoway Middle School. If interested, see Ms. Ramsey in the library for more information and to register.

"Attention Student Artists: If you missed the fall deadline to join the new Prince Edward chapter of the National Art Honor Society, you are in luck! This year only the NAHS will be taking a second semester pledge class. Membership is limited and you must meet all requirements. Applications can be found outside of Mrs. Fetty's room and are due no later than January 31st. No late applications will be accepted"


Students may not stay after school to attend games. Only students involved in athletic events are allowed to stay after school under the supervision of their coach.

Seniors, have you checked out the scholarship binder lately? Find various scholarships to apply for that can help you pay for college in the front of the counseling office. Juniors, some scholarships might pertain to you as well! Be sure to check back often, new scholarships are added frequently!

The after-school tutoring program meets on Mondays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays from 3:30 p.m. to  5:30 p.m.  Students must have a signed permission form on file to stay. If you need a permission form, please see Mrs. Smith-Tucker in Room 211.

The Forensics and Debate Teams are organizing!  If you would like to be a part of a fun activity (or TWO) that both look GREAT on your college applications, then these teams are for YOU! There are a limited number of spots on the teams, so please see Ms. Rush in Room 99 as soon as possible to get on the roster. Practices are very flexible--you can still be on a sports team and also participate in Forensics and/or Debate.  Check into it TODAY!

9th and 10th grade students, if you are interested in applying to the University of Virginia Curry School of Education 2019 Summer Enrichment Program, stop by the counseling office and grab a flyer for more information. Applications are available online and are due February 15, 2019.

Seniors, if you plan to apply to a 2 or 4-year college or university, or attend a trade school, be sure to turn in a transcript release form to your counselor. Forms can be found in the front of the counseling office. Students must turn in this form along with transcript request forms for counselors to send the proper materials to the schools you apply to. Counselors must have at least 5 school days notice to send your transcript.

Important Announcement- Any students staying for any after school activity are to leave on 3rd wave only. 

Any student staying after school must be supervised at all time. Students if you are not supervised by an adult you cannot be on school grounds.

Seniors: We have a few middle school yearbooks from 2011-12 when you were in the 5th grade. If you would like a yearbook stop by to see Ms. Holcomb in the Counseling Office.

Seniors, if you have received a college acceptance, please bring your acceptance letter to the counseling office so they can make a copy of it.

Students interested in joining FFA please see Ms. Camden for more information and to sign up.  Dues for the year are $12.00.  If you have a 2nd semester Agriculture class, now is a great time to join.


Cell Phone Policy:

From 7:45 until 3:10, cell phones should be turned off and not used for text messaging, taking pictures, listening to music, or direct-connect two-way communication EXCEPT while in the cafeteria during breakfast or during a student’s assigned lunch period.

 

Dress Code Policy:

1. Torn, holey, or ripped clothing that exposes skin above the knee is prohibited. Tights or leggings must cover any torn areas which may expose skin above the knee.

2. Hats, caps, shower caps, bonnets, visors, stocking caps, bandanas, headbands, or hoods worn around the head or neck must be removed upon entering the building.

3. Skirts, dresses, and shorts should not be higher than 4 inches above the knee from the center of the kneecap when standing. This is also true of slits in long or short skirts.

4. Leggings, jeggings, and tights need a dress worn over top of them that is fingertip length or longer.

5. Pants, sweat pants, low-ride pants, and shorts must be worn to the waist, without exposing underwear or skin.

6. Bedroom slippers are not to be worn to school. Shoes are to be worn at all times for safety and sanitary reasons.

7. Low-cut tops/shirts, halter tops, body suits, tops that reveal the navel or midriff, shirts/dresses with spaghetti straps and other revealing clothing are also not acceptable. All tops/shirts must not show cleavage and they must have a 3 finger width in the strap.

8. Tank tops, muscle shirts, and see-through clothing are not acceptable.

9. Biker pants, leotards, blankets, sleepwear or loungewear worn as outerwear, or chains are prohibited.

10. Sunglasses (or other dark or shaded glasses) are not to be worn in the building. If they are necessary for medical treatment, a physician’s permission will be required.

Students being dropped off by a parent in the morning are to be dropped off in the junior parking lot, not the senior parking lot. Also, in the afternoon, students are to be picked up in the junior parking lot, not the senior parking lot.

Attention students-Meals will not be allowed to be charged. Reduced meal prices are .30 for breakfast and .40 for lunch, full price meals are $1.25 for breakfast and $2.30 for lunch. If you need a meal application see the cashier or manager in the cafeteria.  

Each student is a member of the freshman, sophomore, junior or senior class. Class members elect officers, take trips, plan social activities and raise money to supplement dues that pay for activities such as incentives, social events, homecoming and prom. Senior dues pay for the yearbook, receptions and commencement.

Student dues now have a late fee added so the amounts are as follows:

Freshman $25

Sophomore $35

Junior $45

Senior $70

Dues can be paid in the library. We accept checks, money orders, and cash.

 

         Prince Edward Eagle Athletics 

Attention soccer players: please turn in your Goal-a-thon donations no later than Friday, January 25th, 2019.

 All Sports Passes can be purchased at home games see Mr. Kane or contact him at the CTE building. These passes get you into every regular season home game all year. The single game price is $6.00.

Student:  $30 | Adult:  $50 | Family (4) $120 ($15 for each additional family member)

2018-2019 Winter Sports Schedules

2018 Fall Sports Schedules