Princeton High School eNews
PHS Students of the Week ending April 16, 2021
ARC Awards from the Taff Art Museum
PHS Welcomes Home New Coach
PHS Student recipient of the 2021 Anthony Munoz Foundation Straight 'A' Scholarship
Resume Building Workshop
PHS Students of the Week ending April 9, 2021
Resume Building Workshop
PHS Remote Parent Teacher Conferences
PHS Celebrates ParaProfessional Appreciation Day
Artists Reaching the Classroom
VOCAL CHAMBER ENSEMBLE will be performing their annual SHOWCASE on Thursday, April 22 at 7:00pm
PHS Students of the Week ending March 26, 2021
Graduation Information Update:
Princeton High School Performing Arts Presents
Students entering 12th grade in August
PHS Spring Break is coming!
PHS Students of the Week ending March 19, 2021
NJROTC Cadets took the National Academic Exam
Still time to Purchase Spring Flowers and Bulbs
The SEEUsALL Summit
March is Music in Our Schools Month
PHS Senior selected as Art Cameo Award Winner
PHS Students of the Week ending March 12, 2021
Class of 2023 Spring Fundraiser
Student of the Month honored at Princeton BOE Meeting
PHS Celebrates National School Breakfast Week
PHS Art Students heading to the 2nd Round
Students of the Week ending March 5, 2021
PHS Grounds & Maintenance Crew Appreciation Day
ACT Makeup Date Announced
Vote for the Pride of Princeton March Band
Rotary Club Student of the Month
Students of the Week ending February 26, 2021
ACT is Almost Here
NJROTC Inspection Day
Princeton Scholastic Art Winners
Celebrating Public Schools Week
Bowling Teams heading for the GMC Sectionals
Another Health Collaborative PHS Student Selected
Thanks PHS Varsity Cheerleaders
PHS Staff Celebrate Black History Month and Beyond
Monday February 15, 2021 ~ No School
No School ~ Thursday, Feb. 11 and Friday, Feb. 12
Believe in Ohio Statewide Scholarship Program
The Health Collaborative Program 2021
Students of the Week ending February 5, 2021
School Counselor Week
Sharonville Elementary PFO
2020-2021 Scholarship Application
The Sharonville Elementary School Parent Faculty Organization is pleased to announce that we will be awarding our 8th annual $500 college scholarship to one former Sharonville Elementary student for his/her 2021-2022 college year. We are looking for a student who is willing to represent Princeton and serve as a student leader. Due to Covid-19, Sharonville Elementary will not allow volunteers in the school, but instead, applicants are encouraged to be imaginative and thoughtful in determining ways they can serve as role models for our elementary students.
In the past, a minimum of 20 hours of service was required. Due to current safety regulations, we encourage applicants to be creative and brainstorm a project that will truly benefit the students at Sharonville Elementary. Please consider reaching out to one of your former teachers to determine the current needs in the school and/or talk to a parent about current PFO projects like our Viking Store.
- Applicant must currently attend Princeton High School.
- Applicant must have attended Sharonville Elementary School for at least one full school year.
- Applicant must have been accepted to a college or technical school, as a full-time student, at the time the award is given.
The applicant must submit the completed application, including the project proposal, no later than February 26, 2021. If mailing, please make sure it is postmarked by 2/26/21.
Princeton NJROTC Events
Scholastics Art Award Winners
PHS senior Jordan Robinson, American Visions nominee
All Juniors will take the ACT at PHS
PHS Key Club Coat Collection
Zoology Crayfish Lab
Express Feedback for Good (EFG) is a free way to help Princeton City Schools create funding for programs. You might remember it from last winter - when we raised over $37,000! The system is safe, quick, and user-friendly. EFG will not sell your information.
It's free and straightforward to help us!
Just text PCSD to 31996 or click this link.
Sign up and fill out up to 75 surveys (with a daily limit of 50). The surveys take less than a minute each.
Complete surveys on brands that you are familiar with using, like McDonald's, Starbucks, and Kroger. Each survey is worth $2.00 in value for Princeton City Schools and our goal is to create $50,000+ for student health and wellness and summer programming at no cost to you.
Join us and share the link!
Here are the two ways to sign up for the program:
- Text “PCSD” to 31996
Express Feedback for Good (EFG) es una forma gratuita de ayudar a las escuelas de la ciudad de Princeton a crear fondos para programas. Tal vez lo recuerde del invierno pasado, ¡cuando recaudamos más de $ 37,000! El sistema es seguro, rápido y fácil de usar. EFG no venderá su información.
¡Es gratis y sencillo para ayudarnos!
Simplemente envíe un mensaje de texto con PCSD al 31996 o haga clic en este enlace.
Regístrese y complete hasta 75 encuestas (con un límite diario de 50). Las encuestas toman menos de un minuto cada una.
Complete encuestas sobre marcas con las que está familiarizado, como McDonald's, Starbucks y Kroger. Cada encuesta tiene un valor de $ 2.00 para las escuelas de la ciudad de Princeton y nuestro objetivo es crear $ 50,000 + para la salud y el bienestar de los estudiantes y la programación de verano sin costo para usted.
¡Únete a nosotros y comparte el enlace!
Estas son las dos formas de registrarse en el programa:
- Envía "PCSD" al 31996
Students of the Week ending January 22, 2021
ASVAB Career Exploration Test
Inauguration Day with Mr. O'Connor
Ceramics 2 Independent Art Work
Princeton Family Engagement Website
ASVAB Career Exploration Test
Students of the week ending January 15, 2021
Comparing Muscle Anatomy
CONGRATS TO THE 2020-21 SCHOLASTICS ART AWARD WINNERS AT PHS!!!
Health Screening Updates from the Nurse's Office
Princeton Girls Team Swimming Well
Order Your Yearbook Today!
PHS Students Researchers in the Youth Built Change Collaborative
Support Princeton Tennis
Preparing for the ACT
PHS Winter Break Starts December 21, 2020
Students of the Week ending December 18, 2020
Ugly Sweater Day
NJROTC Competes in Air Rifle Championships
Students of the Week ending December 11, 20202
View and Use Your Child’s PSAT/NMSQT® Score Report
Health Classes learn the Importance of Proper Hand Washing
Fill the Truck
Students of the Week ending December 4, 2020
Artists Reaching Classrooms Program
Remote Learning Days
PHS Senior Night Chess Team
The City of Sharonville Recognizes Princeton Business Students
PHS Veterans Day Color Guard
Congratulations Kyle Phillips for making the #VikingDiff!“He helped bring my kid joy when covid started and has been checking in on her, she’s in Marching band as a member of the Drill team and in Symphonic Orchestra and Mr. Phillips along with the rest of the music department have helped tremendously with keeping the kids involved and helping them navigate through this weird school year.”
This week, Mix 94.9’s Homeroom Heroes are: Teacher: Ms. Maria Rojas- School: Collins Elementary 4th grade.
Teacher: Mr. Kyle Phillips – School: Princeton High School /Music teacher.
Teacher: Mrs. Michele Massa - School: John F. Kennedy Elementary/ Reading Intervention.
A huge shout out to the teachers!! To all hardworking and selfless teachers, we thank you for your service! Some are teaching virtually, some in person and some have a combo of both... Thank you teachers for all your hard work to make this year successful...we notice!! - HollyThanks to Skyline Chili Cinfed Credit Union Watsons Ohio Lottery Want to nominate an awesome teacher so they have a chance to win $1,000 plus a $200 Skyline Chili gift card? Enter them here: https://bit.ly/3c6VI4u
Letter to Parents
Basketball Gameday COVID Protocols
PHS ~ Key Club Stockings for the Troops are on the way
Princeton NJROTC takes First Place at Brain Brawl
Princeton High School Navy JROTC News
Students of the Week ending October 30, 2020
Stocking for the Troops
Students of the Week ending October 23, 2020
Stocking for the Troops
Lifetouch Picture Retake
THIS SATURDAY! DVS Cincinnati Area Virtual College Application Event and Showcase
Think Pink Friday
Students of the Week ending October 16, 2020
Princeton Golf Classic
Remote School-Parent Agreement
PSAT Next Wednesday October 14th
Students of the Week ending October 2, 2020
Princeton High School Virtual Career Forum
PHS Orchestra Students selected for CSYO!
Fall Break for Students
Students of the Week ending September 25, 2020
October 14, 2020 PSAT Day
Kroger NextGen Academy
A Special Thanks to The Christ College of Nursing
Congratulation to this week's Students of the Weekending September 18, 2020:
Social Studies ~ Cole Spradlin
Science ~ Perry McCarthy
Math ~ Giovanni Vitti
English ~ Fatima (Marie) Nzale
Phys Ed/ Health ~ Ethan Singleton
Foreign Language ~ Marrisa Watson
ESOL ~ Maria Mendoza Mendoza
Art ~ Shannen Moore
NJROTC ~ Trinity Turvey
Music Mya Bennett
Tech Ed ~ AJ White
Administration Team ~ Jason Nolasco
Students of the Week ending September 11, 2020
Chromebook Care and your Student
Virtual Open House
Parent-Teacher Conference Sign Up
Virtual Senior Class Meeting
PHS Guide to Remote LearningSupporting Young Minds of All Kinds.We all know that this upcoming school year is going to be different than any other, and that families have to adjust to big changes, such as how best to support learning from home. One of the Library’s areas of focus in our Strategic Plan is student success. We’re committed to helping young people have the resources and supports they need to succeed in school and prepare for post-secondary education, training, careers, and life. Besides library cards and access to our eResources 24/7, we can also support students with their remote learning by providing WiFi access, computers/laptops, and access to library staff to provide assistance. Here’s some important information:In-personKids learning remotely, and their families, are welcome to visit any of our 41 locations during all open hours, Mon. – Sat., 10am to 6pm.
- At the downtown Main Library we have designated a space on the second floor for homework help for middle and high schoolers, which will be available beginning Aug. 24. We can accommodate up to 24 students at a time.
- To reserve a space students should call 513.369.6900.
- Sessions are 2 hours in length and are limited to 1 session per student per day.
- There will be 3 sessions each weekday: Monday – Friday
- 10AM – 12PM
- 1PM – 3PM
- 4PM – 6PM.
- We do still have safety protocols in place, including requiring face coverings, reduced occupancy levels, and limits on the length a customer can stay.
- Right now, we are working to improve our outdoor spaces and meeting rooms at many of our locations so we can support students who need homework help, access to WiFi or devices, or assistance with their own device.
- We intend to use the first few weeks of school to learn what the demand is for student use of our facilities and as capacity allows, and we may try additional strategies like adding student-only hours in the evenings, and adjusting occupancy levels, if the spread of COVID-19 continues to improve in our county.
- Anyone with a library card can use our Homework HelpNow resource, which provides a variety of supports to students, including live homework assistance, study tools, virtual study rooms and even free assistance with filling out the financial aid form for college (FAFSA).
- Check out this brief video to learn more about this great resource.
Free COVID-19 Testing
The Health Care Connection has partnered with TriHealth to offer FREE Covid-19 Testing at our Lincoln Heights and Mt. Healthy Centers.
We have 3 more days of Sunday testing. We have appointments and walk-in time slots.
Susanne A. Tulloss, MPA
Director of Development
The HealthCare Connection
1401 Steffen Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45215
513.483.3072 / SusanneT@healthcare-connection.org