Princeton High School eNews October 11, 2019
CPS Jazz Festival at the Aronoff
PHS Jazz Lab Band and Jazz Ensemble participated in the CPS Jazz Festival on Saturday, October 5 at the Aronoff.
Josh Harris "No Excuses" Memorial Fundraiser
PHS Student Ceramic Artwork on Exhibition
at Otterbein University
Charleigh Hagedorn and Kymberly Velasquez Escalante's ceramic artwork was selected to be shown at the 2019 Juried High School Student Ceramic Art Exhibition at Otterbein University! Their work will be on display from October 25-27th at The Point, 60 Collegeview Rd. After this show, the work will be displayed at a special exhibition at the Ohio Arts Council's Riffe Gallery Lobby at 77 S. High St. in downtown Columbus from December 9th to January 18th, 2020. Congrats Charleigh and Kymberly!
Artists Reaching PHS Classrooms
PHS Art students in the AP Drawing & Painting, IB Visual Arts, and Pottery classes are participating in the Artists Reaching Classrooms program at the Taft Art Museum with teachers Mrs. Lindsay Holliday, Mrs. Elizabeth Rodak, and Mrs. Rachelle Williams.
During the first tour of the museum, students selected an artwork that they will write an artist statement for. They will return in December for presentations. The students will also work with several local artists during this program! This is an amazing opportunity for our students to experience art and make meaningful connections!
Steam Investigating Chemical changes
Mrs. Pinkney's Steam Physical Science class. Investigating chemical changes and the new substances being formed with emoji themed balloons.
Princeton JROTC and Armed Forces ASVAB
PHS JROTC will be administering the Armed Forces ASVAB test in the Viking room on Wednesday, October 23rd at 7:30 a.m.
The benefits of taking the test include:
ASVAB will be one of the optional requirements to graduate for the classes of 2023 and beyond
A great career assessment tool that can help you identify which career areas best suit you
A requirement for enlisting in the military
If your student is in grade 10 thru 12, they may benefit from this test. Students may register in the ROTC with Senior Chief David McDermott or Commander Russ Brockway.
Any additional questions, email email@example.comVolume 03 | October 11, 2019Homecoming 2019Homecoming is an exciting time, bursting with Princeton Pride. It is a time when our communities unite to celebrate our Viking traditions. Princeton High School is proud to announce the Homecoming Court for 2019:Freshmen Attendants (Class of 2023)Jerriah Cornist escorted by Caleb Clark-GloverAmeilia Martin escorted by Jamie SpearsSophomore Attendants (Class of 2022)Caryn Goins escorted by Charles DavieLeona Messer escorted by Rodney HarrisJunior Attendants (Class of 2021)Jayonna Black escorted by Gavin CrawfordAriana Fluker escorted by Derrick FriersonTaylor Wimberly escorted by Christian SanchezSenior Attendants (Class of 2020)Jameisha Mackey escorted by Orlando CrawfordAniyah Toler escorted by Jerrel FranciscoShamari Bonner escorted by Angel ColeMargaret Sharpshair escorted by Calvin ShawSee you tonight at Princeton's Varsity Football game on Friday evening, October 11, when the Princeton Vikings will meet the Fairfield Indians at Jake Sweeney Automotive Stadium on Chester Road. Kick-off will be at 7:00 p.m. The half-time entertainment will feature the Pride of Princeton Marching Band and Homecoming Court nominees. The 2019 Homecoming Queen and King will be announced and crowned!GO VIKES!Thank you Vike Nation for subscribing and reading our weekly E-News!This is a great place to find out what is happening in Princeton City Schools.Please click on the buttons to get news specific to each school building.Princeton is celebratingNational School Lunch WeekOctober 14 - 18Board of Education InformationPrinceton Board of Education MeetingPrinceton Administration CenterMonday, October 14, 20196:30 p.m.
Homecoming Parade & Pep RallyFor more photos, check out @pscdvikings on Instagram or follow us on Facebook and Twitter @pscdviking @VikingDiff.We are grateful to the Princeton Alumni Association for planning and acting as the driving force behind bringing back the Annual Princeton Homecoming Parade.“Tradition Never Graduates”BLINK ParadeOn Thursday, October 10, Princeton Art students, along with the Pride of Princeton Marching Band and Drill Team, administrators, and staff took part in the BLINK® Parade which is being held in downtown Cincinnati this weekend. It was a thrill to be part of such an amazing experience. The staff and administration lost count of how many people complimented Princeton students before, during, and after the parade. Here is just a glimpse of the Viking BLINK® experience:Athletic Hall of Fame Banquet on October 12ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME INDUCTION CEREMONYThe 2019 Class of Hall of Fame Athletes are:Carlton Hoyles, Class of 1967 - Track, Cross Country, Football, BasketballKelsey Mitchell, Class of 2014 - BasketballMichael Whitehead, Class of 1975 - TrackJason Williams, Class of 1992 - Track, Football, Basketball1987 Girls Basketball State ChampionsAthletes will be recognized during the varsity football game versus Fairfield City Schools at 7:00 P.M. on Friday, October 11, 2019. The celebration will continue with a formal induction ceremony at 5:00 P.M. on Saturday, October 12, 2019, at the Ramada Plaza.Tickets are required for entry to the induction ceremony and will not be sold at the door.Many thanks to our corporate sponsors! To visit their websites just click on the logo to open the hyperlink for more information.
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