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PW PTSO June meeting minutes can be found HERE.
The Common App opens on August 1. Mrs. Lynch will offer application assistance during the month of August before school starts. Click this message for available dates and to schedule an appointment.
PW PTSO May Meeting minutes can be found HERE.
PW PTSO April Meeting minutes can be found HERE.
Students in grades 8-10 can explore culinary arts, healthcare sciences, computer networking, cosmetology, expressive arts, or landscaping & nature exploration. Programs start in July.
Congratulations to the students who made the Scholastic or Distinguished Honor Roll for the first half of the 2021-2022 school year. Click through to see the list!
PW College Counseling Webinar Series begins February 15
The PW PTSO meeting minutes can be found HERE.
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Those who want to continue receiving free meals must complete the federal form starting July 1. Groceries will be offered to families in need starting June 23.
Creativity was the fuel at this camp, where students built machines and programmed robots.
Mr. Mike read his book aloud and taught students how to draw two of the characters using a series of simple shapes.
Basketball, softball, and cheerleading still available! Also find link for CMTHS career experiences in culinary arts, healthcare, computers, cosmetology, art, and landscaping. Programs start in July.
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The firefighters talked about their equipment and fire safety — while inspiring lessons for children to practice reading and writing.
The bikes were a reward for the students, who were selected by teachers because of their demonstration of Coyote Characteristics.
High school students assisted more than 60 elementary school students.
The PWHS Class of 2022 had a chance to revisit their K-3 elementary schools to see their former teachers and inspire future PWHS students. Click through to see the video!
The pairing allowed both sides to learn water safety as well as socialization skills.