📷✨ PJHS is thrilled to announce a photography contest centered around the enchanting world of books and reading. 📚🌈
📌 **Theme:** Showcase the beauty and significance of books or reading in our lives. We're looking for images that express the essence of literature, storytelling, and the pure joy of reading.
📅 **Deadline:** December 15, 2023, at 3:00 pm. ⏰ Hurry, time is ticking!
📧 **Submission:** Send your original photos to firstname.lastname@example.org
before the deadline. Make sure to include a captivating title for your submission.
Let your lens narrate stories, and your creativity unfold the magic of literature. We can't wait to see the world through your lens! 🌠✨ #PJHSPhotographyContest #CaptureTheMagicOfReading #LiteraryLens 📸📚
Save the Date! December 5th from 3:30-6:00 pm FAMILY GAME NIGHT! There will be TONS of games, prizes, and fun! There will be hot dogs and snacks available for purchase.
The Paragould High School Theater Department proudly presents "All My Sons" November 17th - 19th. Check out the flyer for details. Come support your Rams!
If you are the parent of a home schooled child who resides in the Paragould School District and has/had an IEP in a public school setting, he or she may be eligible to receive equitable services through a service plan. There is a meeting being held to discuss this or you can contact Special Education Director, Stephanie Thomas at (870) 240-2294 ext 8006 with questions.
Upcoming Events at PJHS. Reminder NO SCHOOL for students Monday, November 6th.
WAY TO GO PJHS CHEERLEADERS!
Brookland Competition was 🔥
Congratulations to our Jr High girls on receiving 1st place in the 5A Jr Game Day Division! 💙❤️
Thanks again Southern Spirit Federation on another amazing competition!
The PJHS Quiz Bowl Team participated in the Quiz Bowl Camp at the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville on Saturday, November 4th. Students were tested and placed on teams with students from across the state who then played one another.
Kathryn Cox was the top scoring ninth grader for the day. Cara Prince was the top scoring eighth grader, and Jude Johnson was named to the All-Camp Team. Congratulations to all!! ❤️💙
WAY TO GO PJHS RAM MOB!
PJHS dance team competed in the Southern Spirit Competition in Brookland today. They placed 1st in hip hop, 1st in pom, and 2nd in jazz. They received judges choice for choreography for hip hop and jazz and the overall high point award for hip hop. CONGRATULATIONS 💙❤️
Reminder there is no school for students November 6th. It is a teacher inservice day.
Today we recognized 7th Grade students with straight As, As/Bs, Perfect Attendance, and Citizenship. Congratulations and we look forward to celebrating you (and more) next quarter. #LearningIsRequired ❤️💙
Today we recognized 8th Grade students with straight As, As/Bs, Perfect Attendance, and Citizenship. Congratulations and we look forward to celebrating you (and more) next quarter. #LearningIsRequired ❤️💙
JROTC Trick or Treat is happening INSIDE Paragould High School from 6-8 tonight. Enter through the main entrance of PHS. Be sure to stop by the Beta Club table for some candy. ❤️💙🎃
We love celebrating students. Come celebrate with us. 8th Grade-October 30th at 8:05 am. 7th Grade October 31st at 8:05 am.
JROTC is hosting the 2nd annual trick or treat event this Saturday, Oct. 28th. Due to the chance of rain, it will be held in the Paragould High School. Park in the main parking lot and enter through the main entrance. Open to the public and guaranteed to be SPOOKTACULAR!
A shout-out to all of the students who participated in the regional chess tournament on Monday, 10.23.23. Seven very talented chess players competed at the NEA Co-Op against 81 other students from schools in our region. There were 10 top places and 3 of our 7 ranked in the top 10. Paragould took home more trophies than any school there! WE ARE SO PROUD!
From left to right: Dylan Trapp, Elijah White, Maci Adams, Zayden Burgess, Leo Cortez, Blake Raper, and Darren Brockett
From left to right our top placers: Elijah White, Zayden Burgess, and Darren Brockett.
Math and Literacy Night is tomorrow!
Dyslexia is real. Dyslexia is common. Dyslexia is lifelong. There are ways you can help your students with dyslexia. Take a look at this week's dyslexia information. Tons of great information including dyslexia markers at different ages.
Wear RED tomorrow for RED ribbon week and make plans to attend Math and Literacy Night on Tuesday from 5-7pm. There will be escape rooms. YES multiple rooms. Painting with Poe (Edgar Allan), scavenger hunts, quiz bowl, and Dia de los Muertos celebrations...FOR FREE! If you want to eat while you are with us or take dinner to go, BETA club is selling Chili for $5.00.
#RedRibbonWeek #MathandLiteracyNight #GetInvolved
Did you know there is a national blood shortage? Our PHS Key Club is doing their part by hosting a blood drive in the PHS gym on October 25th and they're asking you to help them out by donating. You'll get a free t-shirt, gift card, and most importantly, the chance to say you saved lives. Win, win, BIG WIN. This link will take you directly to the drive to schedule your appointment:
Look for report cards coming home on Friday, October 20th. Join us in celebrating PJHS students for receiving all As, A/Bs, Perfect Attendance, Citizenship, and AR reading. We love celebrating students.