Princeton High School eNews December 6, 2019

    2019-20 Navy JROTC Academic Bowl ~ Level I Results


    Congratulations to each of the 219 teams that participated in the 2019-20 Navy JROTC
    Academic Bowl – Level I. Princeton's Navy JROTC qualified to advance to the next level of competition. Level II will be held online February 1-15 and will determine the eight teams
    that will travel to Washington, DC to participate in the Championship in June of 2020.  

    Good Luck Princeton Navy JROTC!


    Navy JROTC


    Sharing the Love of Reading with our Heritage Hill Friends

    Students in Ms. Adams' Creative Writing class wrote and illustrated their first children's books!  With the immeasurable help of District Librarian Amy Price -- who introduced, guided and encouraged the class through the entire process -- the high school writers are also bond their final products in anticipation of a culminating event where they will read their books to visiting students from Heritage Hill Elementary School.  Two classes from Heritage Hill Elementary came to share the love of reading with Ms. Adam's class!

    Group Photo of PHS and HH students


    photos of PHS students reading with HH students


    Congratulations to our PHS Students of the week

    Jandy Escalante Bartolon (Social Studies), Calil Rinfrow (Science), Matthew Pelzel (Math), A’Miya Stallworth (English), Oscar Huggins (Phys Ed/ Health), Tuliza Escalante Roblero (Foreign Language), Selena Jacobo Reynoso  (ESOL) Nathan Chen (Art), Michael Tilyayev (NJROTC), Edwin Rodriguez (Music), Isaac Koonce (Tech-Ed), Zariah Hunt (Administrative Team) and the Staff member of the week ~ Mrs. Vicki Loftland ~ Spec. Education Para


    Week ending 12_6_2019


    PHS Choraliers in the Community

    On 12/3 PHS Choraliers spent the day doing some community outreach performing at multiple sites. They started the day singing for the 5th graders at Stewart Elementary. From there they went to Brookdale Senior Living in Springdale and Mallard Cove nursing home in Sharonville. They ended the day with a performance for the Ford UAW retirees chapter in Evendale.


    PHS Choraliers


    Winter Team Captains Meeting

    PHS hosted a Team Captain's lunch for winter athletics. These young leaders heard from administrators about making a positive impact not only for their sport but for the school and the entire district. They learned about the importance of having a positive social media presence, strong work ethic and supporting all programs. #vikingdiff #youngleaders 


    photos from the winter captains meeting



    Art Department Photography

    Congrats to Andria Phillips, Cameron Mahr, and Ryleigh West!

    These Photography students had an artwork selected for the Springfield Township Winterfest Art Exhibition at the Community Center on Winton Road Dec 7 and 8. Details about the event can be found here https://www.theartsconnect.us/244/WinterFest Hope to see you there!


    PHS Photography


    Winter Concert Series

    Graphic for Winter Concert Series


    Jazz and Steel

    Jazz and Steel concert poster



    Congratulations to the PHS musicians for selection into the OMEA District 14 Honor Band Festival

    PHS Honor Band Graphic


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    Team Captains for Winter Sports
    Today Princeton High School hosted a Team Captains Luncheon for Winter Athletics. The young leaders heard from administrators about making a positive impact, not only for their sport, but for the school and the entire district. They learned about the importance of having a positive social media presence, strong work ethic, and supporting all programs.
    Inclusive Schools Week - December 2-6
    PSCD celebrated Inclusive Schools Week (December 2-6, 2019). The theme this year was “Charting the Course for Inclusive Schools.” For the second consecutive year, Princeton had the largest social media presence in the country regarding this national initiative. #vikingdiff #isw2019
    Woodlawn Elementary School's Holiday Parade
    Woodlawn Elementary held the first annual “Macy’s” style holiday parade. Intermediate teachers collaborated on the October 10 Professional Learning Day to design this opportunity for students to create their own floats after learning about the history of New York City's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
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    Princeton Board of Education Meeting
    Regular Board Meeting
    Monday, December 9, 2019
    6:30 p.m.
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