PHS student graduates with special ceremony

Looking for input

PHS is looking for public input on any before, after and summer school programs and/or tutorials for students. If you have suggestions or recommendations, please contact school officials to incorporate this into the 21st Century Grant. Suggestions or recommendations can be sent to the main office at the high school.

Scholarships galore

Seniors and parents, there are numerous scholarships available in the PHS Guidance Office. Senior can earn $250-$7,500 for college by doing a few hours worth of work filling out an application. Few students are accessing these grants.

Andrew Cook wins STC Award

The Architecture Engineering Design Program at Stafford Technical Center has recently announced that Andrew Cook, a PHS junior, has been named STC Student of the Quarter.

PHS students attend

college classes

PHS students are attending 18 different college classes, (GMC, CCV, CSC) for the second semester: Congratulations to Dawn Sarli and Tracy Gallipo.

Collecting for Haiti

Scott Holliman, ELA teacher at PHS, is collecting donations for Haiti. If you would like to donate, call PHS at 287-5861, or e-mail Mr. Holliman at scott.holliman@rswsu.org.

Jenise Lemon wins award

Congratulations to Jenise Lemon for receiving the Poultney Rotary Club's Student Commitment to Service Award in recognition of her strong dedication to the Poultney community.

School ‘town meeting'

On Feb. 25, the PTSD Board will meet at 7:30 p.m. in the PHS Library to discuss the FY 2011 budget. This meeting is open to the public; learn more about why the school budget is 3.08 percent less than last year.

Crisis PreventionIntervention at PHS

A trainer for CPI or Crisis Prevention Intervention at PHS is Kathryn Bryne. She is a special educator from Wells. Bryne taught an inservice for PHS's IAs. She spoke about physical restraint, deescalation techniques, non-verbal cuing and a host of other important strategies to use with students. A certificate was awarded to each participant.

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