•  
    Week Ending: March 22, 2019
     
    DISTRICT WIDE
     
     
    Tatiana Carter featured on Local 12
     
    Tune in to watch “What’s Happening in Health” on Local 12 this Sunday, March 17, at 6:00 a.m. You’ll hear about an amazing career opportunity that happened for PHS junior, Tatiana, after Princeton attended a STEM GOES RED event! #vikingdiff
     
     
    State Deputy Superintendent Visits Princeton
     
     
    Board of Education
     
    INNOVATION CENTER
     
    Princeton Innovation Center: A Blended Learning Opportunity
    What is Blended Learning and what is the Princeton Innovation Center? - “First, blended learning is any formal education program in which a student learns at least in part through online learning, with some element of student control over time, place, path, and/or pace.” Maxwell 2016 https://www.blendedlearning.org/what-blended-learning-is-and-isnt/ . Blended learning means that students have at least some on-campus, away-from-home component built into their schedule.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    What the Princeton Innovation Center is all about:
    Students are educated via the Internet but also receive personalized instruction from high-quality teachers. Students learn in a supervised brick-and-mortar location away from home and may some time remain at home to access their courses.
    In other words, some students attend a physical school with teachers. Others receive their instruction at home via the Internet with supervision from a teacher. Princeton Innovation Center is located at the Princeton Administrative Center at 3900 Cottingham Drive. Blended learning means that students have at least some on-campus, away-from-home component built into their schedule. The school is doing great. The Innovation Center has an enrollment of 107 students in grades 8 through 12. Principal Chuck Soule indicates, “Students are challenged to achieve their highest potential in a self-paced environment. With a personalized learning plan, students are allowed to work in areas of interest to meet their academic goals.” The school also serves as a transition for students who are first-time students in the United States. Princeton Innovation Center comprises one principal, four teachers (Math, Science, Social Studies and English), two intervention specialists and one EL paraprofessional.
     
    What is the schedule for students who attend the Princeton Innovation Center?
    Morning Sessions: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday - 7:15 - 10:15 a.m.
    Afternoon Sessions: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday - 11:45 - 2:45 p.m.
    Wednesdays are for progress monitoring, parent communication and for students working independently online.
     
    Princeton Innovation Center Success Stories From Teachers and Students.
    Success Story #3:
    Our successes started with the vision, mission and the right selection of the team of professionals working at the Innovation Center. I am proud of saying that within six months, our EL students are more out spoken, showed more interest to learn, found their strengths, and understand that our Innovation Center is the right path to get their high school diplomas. Today, they can express their feelings, show enthusiasm and participate more actively in their classes. They feel confident in sharing their family matters and personal concerns because we have shown them that we do care about their overall wellness.
    Carmen Ramos Torrech – EL Paraprofessional
     
    EVENDALE ELEMENTARY
     
    Come Paint With Us!
    Evendale will be hosting our very first paint on canvas event, just in time for Mother’s Day. On Thursday, May 2, from 6:00-8:00 p.m., families are invited to come and paint a canvas art project. You will have two options to choose from and both options include a canvas prepared with one of the two images, acrylic paints and brushes to be used during the event. Option 1 is a 14”x 14” canvas with an image of LOVE as pictured below for $10.00. Option 2 is an 8”x8” canvas with an image of a heart, also pictured below, for $6.00. The event will be limited to 80 prepaid families and will be on sale from Monday, April 1, through Friday, April 12. More information will be sent home with students soon and samples are available in the office if you are interested in looking at them before you decide.
     
     
    Option #1
     
    Option #2
     
    Economics at Evendale
    The newest update on Evendale’s participation in the stock market game: The fourth grade stock team of SOME DOGS, consisting of Travis Anglin, Peyton Lang, and Andrew Senter, have gone from first place, to fourth and back to a firm hold on first place in the annual version of the Stock Market Game. Their portfolio has grown by 6.1%, while the S&P500 is 3% below where it was when the game started in September. Way to go Evendale students and best of luck with the remainder of the competition! StEP School of the Year. On May 14, Evendale Elementary will honored by the UC Economics Center as the Student Enterprise Program (StEP) school of the year. Coordinated by the UC Economics Center, the StEP program focuses on 21st century skills of entrepreneurship, critical thinking and financial responsibility. Evendale has shined at the Market Madness event each spring which draws over 1,000 elementary students to the UC campus to showcase their classroom businesses. Congratulations Evendale on this amazing accomplishment!
     
    Amazon Smiles
    Do you shop on Amazon to make your holiday purchases? If yes, it is now easy to support Evendale Elementary with each purchase! Our school is now an AmazonSmile organization. AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support Evendale Elementary every time you shop, at no cost to you. By shopping at this link https://smile.amazon.com/ch/23-7256441, 0.5% your purchase goes directly to Evendale. We want to thank our PTA for housing the funds raised from AmazonSmile.
     
    Important Reminder
    With the inconsistency of the weather, please make sure to send your child to school with a sweatshirt or jacket. The weather may change throughout the day and when recess comes, they may still be going outside. In addition, if your child was sent home with clothing borrowed from school, please return it the next day. It will be washed when returned to school, so no need to wash at home. Several items have been borrowed, yet not returned, and we would like to have your child's size available in case they might need it again.
     
    Thank you for your cooperation! In determining whether a student is ready to return to school after an illness, the following criteria must be adhered to:
    • The student is fever-free (a temperature registering below 100.0 degrees F) for 24 hours, without the use of fever reducing medication (i.e. Tylenol, Ibuprofen);
    • The student is 24 hours from experiencing the last bathroom incident (i.e. vomiting, diarrhea);
    • The student has received 24 hours of antibiotic therapy for such contagious conditions as strep throat or bacterial conjunctivitis (pink eye);
    • The student feels well enough to attend a full day of school after being ill.
     
    Thank you for helping to prevent the spread of illness! (Student handbook, A Parent’s Guide To Your Elementary School, page 20)
     
    Win 20 One-Day Park Hopper Passes to Walt Disney World*
    Buy a chance to win 20 ONE-DAY PARK HOPPER TICKETS TO WALT DISNEY WORLD* in the Evendale Elementary PTA Fun Fest Grand Prize Raffle! That would be 5 days of park admission for a family of 4! Raffle tickets are $10 each or 6 for $50. Drawing at Fun Fest at Evendale Elementary on April 13, 2019. Winner NEED NOT be present to be eligible. Raffle tickets may be purchased from Evendale Elementary students, at Fun Fest from 11 am to 2 pm on April 13, or online with an additional processing fee at https://evendale-elementary-pta.square.site.
    *Some restrictions apply.
     
    Important Dates
    March 22-31: Spring Break - No School for Students
    April 1: School Resumes
    April 9: PTA Meeting 6:30-7:30 p.m.
    April 9 and 10: Talent Show Auditions 4:00-5:00 p.m.
    April 13: Fun Fest 11:00-2:00
    April 19-22: Easter Break - No School
     
    GLENDALE ELEMENTARY
     
    Growth Mindset Message: Mistakes are opportunities for learning. Mistakes are proof you're trying.
     
    Glendales Breakfast Buddies
    Thank you parents and family for joining us and your little ones last Friday in the gym for breakfast. It is always a delight when home and school can come together and shower our students with love!!
     
    Blue Ribbon Challenge!
    The computer lab is now open!!! Students are invited to arrive as early as 9:15 in effort to take advantage of the extra time allowed to work on Study Island assignments. Students are not permitted to participate if they arrive after 8:30 a.m. If you arrive after 8:30, we ask that your student wait in the car with you until 9:00 unless he/she would like to receive breakfast. If receiving breakfast your student may enter the building at 8:45 a.m.
     
    Festival of the Arts
    Some of our 4th graders shared their musical talent with the community this past weekend as they participated in All Sing!!
     
    Sydney Gurewitz Clemens
    “Art has the role in education of helping children become themselves instead of more like everyone else.”
     
     
    Market Madness at UC
    This was such a success last year that the third graders are planning to participate again. Market Madness will be held at UC’s newly remodeled 5th 3rd Arena on Thursday, May 9 from 10:30-12:30. All parent volunteers must complete a volunteer form (available from Mrs. Donnelly). Fingerprinting is completed at no charge at PAC.
     
    March Empowerment
    Glendale is excited to announce that our third annual March Empowerment after school enrichment program has begun!
     
     
    Beginners Chess Class.
    In this class students are learning the basic fundamentals of a classic game that develops spatial thinking and builds focused concentration.
     
    Beginners Coding Class.
    In this class students are introduced to the basic fundamentals of game coding.
     
    This Week in the Library With Mrs. Holloway
    K-2 - will be reading the book Leave Me Alone as we prepare for the Library Empowerment Labs when we return from break.
     
    3-5 - will be reading the book Peace as we prepare for the Library Empowerment Labs when we return from break.
     
    This weeks lab is designed to help students focus on creating things that help to bring them peace and calm; things or places that help them relax. Hoping they remember these places and strategies during the upcoming testing time!
     
    Mark Your Calendars
    March 7-21, 2019 March Empowerment
    March 17, 2019 Festival of Arts - 4th Grade All-Sing
    March 25-29, 2019 Spring Break
    April 3, 2019 McTeacher Night
    April 4, 2019 AIR After-school Party
    April 12, 2019 International Night Family Event (PTA sponsored)
     
    HERITAGE HILL ELEMENTARY
     
    4th Grade All Sing
    4th graders participated in an All Sing performance. They put on a fantastic show!
     
    Heritage Hill Boutique
    With the help of GE and Heritage Hill staff members, we were able to provide our families with new and gently used clothing and household items. We love supporting our families!
     
    Math and Literacy Night
    Students and their families enjoyed a night of fun! They participated in STEM activities, celebrated Dr. Seuss’s birthday, purchased books at the Book Fair, checked out books from the book mobile and experienced Google Goggles. It was a fun night of learning!
     
     
    Upcoming Events
    March 22-29-No School-Spring Break
    March 25-29-Spring Break Sports Camp
    April 1-Students Return from Spring Break
    April 19-22-No School-Easter
    April 25-Interim Reports Sent Home
    April 26-Parent Round Table-9:00 a.m.
    April 26-Produce Pop Up-10:00 a.m.
    April 26-Heritage Hill Heroes-10:00 a.m.
    April 26-2nd Grade Arbor Day Program-11:00 a.m.
    April 30/May 1-4th Grade Field Trip Gordon Farms
     
    LINCOLN HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY
     
    1st Grade is All About the Weather
    To wrap up our 3rd quarter science focus on weather, Jennifer Ketchmark from WCPO- Channel 9 came in and spoke to Lincoln Heights’ first grade classes! She shared an inside look to the studio and what it’s like being a meteorologist.
     
     
    4th Grade All-Sing Rehearsal
    On Thursday, March 14, fourth grade students enjoyed rehearsing with their peers from across the district. The enjoyed singing and dancing. It was also a special treat to see Acapella Choir members from the Village of Lincoln Heights.
     
     
    4th Grade Landform Review
    4th graders reviewed their unit on landforms by making a plate filled with edible landforms. The students had to match each item with the landform it represented.
     
     
    WorldPay Adopt-A-Class
    Last week WorldPay, 3rd grades’ Adopt-A-Class, stopped by to work on a teambuilding activity. Students were challenged to build the tallest and strongest structure using toothpicks and gumdrops. Students had a blast challenging themselves and each other to make the biggest and strongest structure.
     
     
    Champion Window Adopt-A-Class
    On Wednesday, March 20, Ms. Jones’ second grade class was treated to a field trip to the Cincinnati Museum Center by Champion Window. Students learned many things whiling exploring all of the museums and went to a show at the OmniMax Theater. Champion Window has been working with her class during the school year as part of the Adopt-A-Class program.
     
     
    Festival of the Arts 2019
    The Festival of the Arts was a huge success. Five students received the “Viking Spirit Award” for their artwork. Great Job! A lot of people were impressed with our projects. The Lincoln Heights “banner” created by 4th and 5th grade was a big hit. Many people were blown away by “her.” All that is left to do is name her and find a permanent location within Lincoln Heights Elementary.
     
    Viking Spirit Award Winners:
     
     
    Untitled, 2019 FOA Lincoln Heights "Banner"
     
     
    Getting Ready for Middle School
    On Wednesday, March 20, middle school music teachers visited our 5th grade students to share with the wide range of opportunities that are available to them next year.
     
    Upcoming Events
    3/22- No Students
    March 23-29-No School-Spring Break
    April 1-Students Return from Spring Break
    April 19-22-No School-Easter
    April 25-Interim Reports Sent Home
     
    SHARONVILLE ELEMENTARY
     
    Scholarship Opportunity
    In accordance with Kasi Jordan, Principal of Sharonville Elementary, and the family of Pat Bowes, a former teacher at Sharonville, Sharonville Elementary is offering two $1,000 Scholarships to any 2018-19 graduating senior attending Princeton High School. Please contact your counselor or principal to get the application and requirements and have the opportunity to win one of these two honorary scholarships. Applications must be received by April 1, 2019.
     
     
    Sharonville Kindness Challenge
    Ramylah Case was one of our winners of our school wide Kindness Challenge. She won a $25 gift card to Full Throttle Go Cart.
     
    March Viking Store
    We had 10 students save enough Viking Bucks to treat two classmates to a pizza lunch! This reward incentive costs 75 Viking Bucks, and students cannot combine their dollars. What a fun way to reinforce positive behavior and saving your money!
     
     
    Upcoming Dates
    Friday, March 22 No Students
    Monday, March 25 through Friday, March 29: No School, Spring Break
     
    SPRINGDALE ELEMENTARY
     
    Hall of Fame School Visit
    Springdale Elementary hosted Mr. Chad Miller and Mr. Steve Zinser, as well as Princeton Superintendent Tom Burton, and members of the Princeton Board of Education, on Monday, March 18 for a Hall of Fame School Visit. During the visit, Mr. Miller and Mr. Zinser were given a tour of the building, they interviewed administrators, teachers, parents, community members, and students, they visited many classrooms, and they toured the Princeton Mobile Book Center. The Springdale Chorale concluded the visit with a heartfelt rendition of “Springdale Spirit” on
     
     
    Third Quarter Star Performers
    Each quarter, specials teachers choose students from each grade level to receive the honor of “Star Performers.” Here are the winners for third quarter:
     
     
    First Grade Star Performers: Ryan Evans, Keila Sandoval, Alae’yah Reid, Asher Lukanga, Catie Mayborg, Christopher Xirum-Perez
     
     
    Second Grade Star Performers: Honor Thompson, David Solis Juarez, Christina Guatam, Taylor Simms, Me’Aisha Bailey, Braelynn Hunter
     
    Third Grade Star Performers: Kaidy Turner, Logan Reis, Ava Clemens, Jasmine Lockard, Ja’mari Ward, Lillian Carter
     
     
    Fourth Grade Star Performers: Jasmine Lovette, Lucy Burkhardt, Henry Baker, Jennifer De La Cruz, Terrance Jones, Loren Janzen
     
    Fifth Grade Star Performers: Kiyah Toler, Kevin Olvera, Antony Solis Mendoza, Ella Janssens, Giada Jett, Marely Trejo
     
    Festival of the Arts and Fourth Grade All-Sing
    Congratulations to all students that participated in the Festival of the Arts and the Fourth Grade All-Sing on Sunday, March 17! The artwork on display looked amazing and students singing on stage sounded fantastic.Way to go all! - Mrs. Schuster & Mrs. McGee
     
     
    Getting Ready for Spring
    First graders were finally able to get out and work in the gardens with Ms. Brandy to get them ready for the planting season!
     
     
    Exploring Weathering
    Fourth grade students in Miss McCrory’s science class explored the effects of weathering by conducting an experiment involving ramen noodles and Gobstoppers.
     
     
    Fourth Grade Pen Pals
    Students in Mrs. Lehman’s reading class received letters from their pen pals in England and wrote letters in response. Their pen pals are learning about the United States and had many questions about our country and our customs. Students had a lot of fun answering their pen pals’ questions and asking some of their own. They also discovered they had many things in common with their pen pals, such as favorite foods, sports, and video games!
     
     
     
    Spring Break Sports Camp
    The City of Springdale is hosting a free Spring Break Sports Camp at Heritage Hill Elementary School. The camp runs March 25-29, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. and is open to children in kindergarten through fifth grade. Breakfast and lunch are provided.
     
    Parents may transport their children to and from Heritage Hill Elementary School for the camp. Princeton City Schools will also provide bus service to the sports camp from two locations. The bus is scheduled to arrive at the Colony Apartments by 8 a.m. and to Springdale Elementary School by 8:15 a.m. The camp will end at noon; the bus is scheduled to arrive back at Springdale Elementary School by 12:20 p.m. and to the Colony Apartments by 12:30 p.m.
     
    We sent home the attached camp flyers. If your child is interested in attending the camp, I have attached a copy of the registration form. You can print one or request one from the school. You can return the registration form to school by March 20 to pre-register for the camp. You can also bring the completed registration on the first day of camp.
     
    If you would like more information regarding the camp, you can contact Matt Clayton at 513-346-5725 or mclayton@springdale.org.
     
     
    Upcoming Events
    March 22: No Students
    March 25-29: Spring Break
    March 25-29: Spring Break Sports Camp
    March 27: Principal’s Introduction to PCMS - Fifth Grade
    April 3: PCMS Music Try-It Night - Fifth Grade, 6:00-8:00
    April 19-22: No School - Easter
    April 25: Kindergarten & First Grade Spring Concert/ Interim Reports Sent Home
    April 26: First Grade Arbor Day Concert, 1:00-2:00
    May 2: Family Night
    May 3: Third Grade Health Fair
    May 9: Chorale Spring Concert
    May 14: Camp Joy Field Trip - Fifth Grade
    May 14: Gorman Farms Field Trip - Fourth Grade (Biddle & Sullivan)
    May 15: Gorman Farms Field Trip - Fourth Grade (Lehman & McCrory)
    May 16: PTA Meeting, 6:30
    May 17-23: Sumdog Math Contest
    May 24: Field Day & Talent Show
    May 27: No School - Memorial Day
    May 29: Fifth Grade Promotion Ceremony/ Preschool Last Day
    May 30: Last Day for Students
     
     
    Upcoming Events
    March 22: No School for Students
    March 25-29: Spring Break
    April 1: Back to School
    April 5: ALICE Lockdown Drill
    April 8-12: AIR Reading Testing
    April 15-18: AIR Science Testing
    April 19 and 22: Easter Break-No School
    April 23-26: AIR Math Testing
     
    Pi Day
    Mrs. Klee’s class had fun learning about Pi and doing activities related to it. They even got to enjoy some “pie!”
     
     
    Preschool Visit from Hamilton County Parks
    Mrs. Gomer’s preschool class learned all about owls and even met a special visitor from Sharon Woods!
     
     
    Upcoming Events
    March 25-29: Spring Break
     
    WOODLAWN ELEMENTARY
     
     
    March Events (last week)
    Yearbooks on sale. Woodlawn Elementary Yearbooks are currently on sale and in full color. The cost per yearbook is $10.
    25-29- Spring Break
    Return April 1
     
    PRINCETON COMMUNITY MIDDLE SCHOOL
     
    A Week of PCMS Recognitions!
    Congratulations to Mrs. Paty Perez and Mr. Lamont Baldwin for being recognized today at our staff meeting as PCMS's Viking Excellence Award winners. Thank you for your contribution and commitment to our learning community. You exemplify our Go Vikes PBIS Values with your actions everyday.
     
    Jimmy John's Students and Staff of the Month! #TurkeyTom
     
    Mrs. Gretchen Tash- She goes above and beyond for all of her students and their families. When she heard a students family lost everything in a fire, she called the parent to get sizes of the students’ clothing so that she could go out and personally buy them essential items they lost in the fire.
     
    Mrs. Tyna Thompson- She is consistently professional towards staff and students. She is patient to answer our questions and provide the needed support for student learning. She illustrates respect and efficiency in her interactions with parents and the community.
     
    Mrs. Lisette Mason- She is one of the most trusted and respected staff in our ESL department. The families she serves trust, value and respect her opinion. She develops purposeful relationships where she connects families to school and community resources.
     
    Sarvinoz Inamjanova
    James Janzen
    Madison Wiedemann
    Zoe Harmon
    Elmis Vasquez-Ambrocio
    Agustin Alonzo
    Arianna Bolls
    Aries Hutcherson
    Chase Jenkins
    Ashley Conner
     
     
    Students of the Week
    Students of the week are listed below-- WAY TO GO! These students portray characteristics at school that model our PBIS core values (V-Value Learning, I-Integrity, K-Kindness, E-Effort, S-Safety).
     
    6th Grade Students: Zach Chaney, Brielle Tucker, Kyle Wagner, Shirley Berduo-Morales
    7th Grade Students: Sita Gautam, Haley Williams, Eve Shockley
    8th Grade Students: Kassia Williams, Barron Davis
     
    Staff of the Week: Mrs. Wesley
    She took a group of talented Lady Vikings to a Power of the Pen competition and helped coach the girls into a 4th place finish out of 26 schools. Two incredible students earned individual awards placing 3rd and 10th. We appreciate you working with the girls all year long preparing for the competition. What an academic accomplishment!
     
    PCMS French Class Field Trip
    The 8th Grade French classes went on a field trip to a French restaurant downtown called Restaurant L on March 14. They enjoyed a very French fine dining experience over a three course meal. Chef Jean Robert de Cavel's restaurant transports its visitors to France with their Parisian atmosphere and delicious food. It was a wonderful experience
    for everyone, thanks in part to our generous PTA!
     
     
    6th Grade Field Trip to the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal
    On Thursday, March 14, 6th grade Social Studies students from Mrs. Kremer's 1st and 2nd bell classes, attended a field trip to the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal. As a conclusion to their Egypt Unit, students viewed Egypt: The Time of Pharaohs exhibit and companion Omnimax film. Students were also able to participate in an Egypt Learning Lab. During this lab, students were able to experience an archeological dig. They worked in groups to uncover artifacts from sand and researched them to determine which pharaoh they represented.
     
     
    PRINCETON HIGH SCHOOL
     
    Friday, March 22 ~ No students
    Spring break ~ March 25 - 29
    First day back ~ April 1
     
    Congratulations to our PHS Students and Staff of the Week:
    Harsh Shah (Social Studies), Julia Gandert (Science), (Math), Rob Marshall (English), Justin Fierro (Phys Ed/ Health), Alexa Barnes (Foreign Language), Karina Chilel (ESOL) Hannah Edmonds (Art), Nelly Guerrero-Martinez (NJROTC), Stephanie Garcia (Music), Darian Fulton (Tech Ed), Jason Robinson (Administrative Team)
     
    Work Ethics Speaker Series Dress for Success March 2019
    On March 15, twenty PHS students attended a presentation on “Dress for Success.” This series speakers were Fire Chief Hauck from Evendale, Dr. Mari Phillips, Associate Superintendent, Mr. Chris Lockhart, Director of Technology, and Mr. Daronce Daniels, Football Assistant Coach and a councilman for the Village of Lincoln Heights.
     
    Princeton High School's 7th Annual Transitions Celebration
    After several guest speakers & a breakfast celebration, 11 senior students displayed Presentation Boards. The Presentation Boards highlight each student’s plans for after graduation. #Empowering #Each for college, career, and life success. #vikingdiff
     
    Cynthia Borden - Parent Guest Speaker
    Matt Maine - Student Alum Guest Speaker
    Maxwell Cleveland - Student Alum Guest Speaker
     
     
    Louder Than a Bomb Poetry Competition
    Princeton will be sending two high school students to the individual finals of Cincinnati's Louder Than a Bomb poetry competition, held this year at the Freedom Center on April 5.
     
    Ten students in the city were selected to compete as individual poets at the finals, with Ornella Siakam and Kalyn Lee representing Princeton having placed among this group of top performers.
     
    Congratulations go to the entire Princeton team -- comprised of Josiah Scott (senior), Madison Mitchell (senior), Kalyn Lee (senior) and Ornella Siakam (sophomore), who performed both team and individual poems -- for making history as Princeton's first-ever competitors in Louder Than a Bomb and for showing the #VikingDiff on this elite poetry stage. Special thanks to their coaches Ms. Cheryl Adams and Ms. Celine Quinn.
     
    Key Club Serving Pancakes and Smiles
    This incredible Crew served at the Annual Princeton-Sharonville Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast on March 16. Special thanks to Diya Patel, Destiny Brown, Yeimi Bartolon, Taylor Colbert, Paul Wilson, Mrs. Zinnecker *Faculty Advisor, Jerica Fitzgerald, Candy Lin, Alyssa Hardman, Yliza Escalante and Joey Lin.
     
    Princeton DECA attended the Ohio DECA State Competition
    On March 15 and 16. Freshman and first year DECA member, Olivia LaVeaux, placed in the top 10 in Principles of Business. Olivia completed a 100 question test and a role play in front of a judge. This is Princeton DECA's first state appearance. Olivia LaVeaux (9)
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Princeton NJROTC
    The Area Military Inspection (AMI) will be conducted all day on Wednesday, 20 March 2019. Captain Frank Mendralski, U.S. Navy (Retired) will be our guest inspector. This is an all-hands event with all cadets participating in the uniform inspection and the Pass-In-Review (PIR). The AMI is an annual event with the AREA THREE Manager, Commander Joseph Hankins (from Great Lakes, Illinois) inspecting Princeton NJROTC every two years and a guest inspector inspecting on the off-years. The PIR will take place at 0900 in the PHS auxiliary gym on Wednesday, 20 March 2019.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Princeton Girls Lacrosse Team Update
    On Tuesday the Princeton Girls Lacrosse team took on Tipp City Lacrosse for Princeton's second game ever. Princeton was defeated 13 to 3, but our girls never gave up the fight and played hard until the final horn. Tarynn (I'll Never Stop) Schultz finished the game with 3 unassisted goals. Other stand out players were goalies Renee Cox and Trinity Reed with 2 saves apiece. Defensive player TamRan (Watch Out for Me) Jackson played an aggressive game making the Tipp City attack work for every inch.
    The up close and personal play by midfielders Andria (Quite but Dangerous) Phillips, Nina (Get Out of My Way) Floyd, and Hannah (This is My Field) Voegele and the rest of the Viking Lax players let Tipp City know that Princeton has hit the lacrosse scene! The girls next game will be April 9th at Notre Dame Academy in Northern Kentucky.
     
    Scholarship Opportunity
    In accordance with Kasi Jordan, Principal of Sharonville Elementary, and the family of Pat Bowes, a former teacher at Sharonville, Sharonville Elementary is offering two $1,000 Scholarships to any 2018-19 graduating senior attending Princeton High School. Please contact your counselor or principal to get the application and requirements and have the opportunity to win one of these two honorary scholarships. Applications must be received by April 1, 2019.
     
     
    Cheer Tryouts for Football Season
    In accordance with Kasi Jordan, Principal of Sharonville Elementary, and the family of Pat Bowes, a former teacher at Sharonville, Sharonville Elementary is offering two $1,000 Scholarships to any 2018-19 graduating senior attending Princeton High School. Please contact your counselor or principal to get the application and requirements and have the opportunity to win one of these two honorary scholarships. Applications must be received by April 1, 2019.
     
    Princeton Athletics
     
    Many thanks to our corporate sponsors. To visit their websites just click on the logo to open the hyperlink for more information.
     
    Princeton City School District | 513.864.1000 | www.princetonschools.net
     
    STAY CONNECTED
     

     

    Princeton City Schools | 3900 Cottingham Dr, Cincinnati, OH 45241
    Unsubscribe tjones@vikingmail.org
    Update Profile | About our service provider
    Sent by enews@vikingmail.org in collaboration with
    Trusted Email from Constant Contact - Try it FREE today.
    Try it free today