Thursday Schedule

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On Thursday, April 24th, we will be on the Morning Assembly Schedule. 

Morning Assembly

1st 7:30-8:22
ASSEMBLY  8:22-9:07
2nd 9:07-10:12
3nd 10:17-11:09
4th 11:44-12:54
5th 12:59-1:51
6th 1:56-2:48
7th 2:53-3:45

LUNCH
1st 11:14-11:44
2nd 11:44-12:14
3rd 12:24-12:54

Don’t forget the Relay for Life Tailgate is today during 4th hour.

Academic Study Schedule

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 Academic Study Schedule.

Period 1         7:30 – 8:23
Period 2         8:28 – 9:43
Period 3         9:48 – 10:41
Period 4         10:46 – 11:39
* Period 5         11:39 – 1:19
Period 6         1:24 – 2:17
Period 7         2:22 – 3:15
Study Hall      3:15 – 3:45
* Lunch
1st        11:39 – 12:09
2nd       12:14 – 12:44
3rd       12:49 – 1:19

Year End Dates and Events to Note- 2014

  • April 17- FFA Banquet – Commons & Auditorium
  • April 23 – ACT – Juniors Only7:30 AM – 12:00 PM
  •  April 23- Choir Concert & Awards
  • April 24 – Prom Assembly – AM Assembly Schedule
  • April 24- RELAY FOR LIFE TAILGATE FUNDRAISER – Period 4
  • April 25 – Prom – PCC Ballroom – 8:00 to 11:00 PM- After Prom – Pueblo County High – 11:30 PM to 2:00 AM
  • April 30 – Cheer Banquet – Commons – 6:00 PM
  • May 1&2 – Girls Tennis Regionals – City Park
  • May 5 – Dance Recital dress rehearsal = Auditorium – 3:45-6:00
  • May 6 – DANCE RECITAL – Auditorium – 6:00 PM
  • May 6- Senior Finals – Periods 1-5-7
  • May 7- Senior Finals – Periods 2-4-6
  • May 7- AP Calculus Exam
  • May 7- ACT Make Up Day Juniors
  • May 8 – Band Concert – Auditorium
  • May 8-Senior Finals – Period 3
  • Senior Computer Check In – Library – 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM &   10:45 AM to 12:00 PM
  • May 8-  AP English IV Exam
  • May 8-Senior Fines Due
  • May 8, 9 & 10 – SPRING MUSICAL – Evening Performances -7:00 PM
  • May 9 – Senior Grades Due – 3:30 PM
  • May 9- AP English III Exam
  • May 12 – AP Bio Exam
  • May 12- AP Physics Exam
  • May 13 – AP Government Exam
  • May 13- Futures Fair – PCC/CSU – Sophomores & Juniors
  • May 13- Athletic Banquet – 6:00 PM
  • May 14 – AP History Exam
  • May 20 – GREEN & GOLD ASSEMBLY – Gym – 7:00 PM- Green & Gold Practice – Gym- 9:30 AM
  • May 21 –Baccalaureate – Gym- 7:00 PM- Baccalaureate Practice – Gym– 9:30 AM
  • May 23 – Graduation Practice- Stadium – 9:30 AM
  • May 24 –GRADUATION – Stadium – 8:30 AM
  • May 26 – MEMORIAL DAY – NO SCHOOL
  • May 27 – Finals – Periods – 1-5-7
  • May 28 – Finals – Periods 2 & 4
  • May 29 – Finals – Periods 3 & 6

     COMPUTER CHECK IN AT THE CONCLUSION OF PERIOD 6  FINAL

Relay For Life

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Relay For Life Fundraiser 

Leadership Sponsors PCHS Tailgate
When: Thursday, April 24, 2014
Time: 4th Hour
Tickets: On sale Wednesday April 16- Thursday April 24
Cost: April 16 & 17= $5.00
April 21 & 22= $7.00
April 24= $ 10.00
Buy tickets before or after school in room 24.

 

Wounded Warriors

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Wounded-Warrior-Project-Page

Students and Staff,

It is not too late to write a letter of appreciation and gratitude to a Service Member! The library is continuing our project for Wounded Warriors. Please put your letters in the treasure box placed at the entrance of the library and we will mail them for you. So far we have spent approximately $1000.00 for postage and purchases and have mailed 90 letters and 29 care package boxes, in collaboration with Student Leadership, to the USO at the Contingency Aeromedical Staging Facility at Ramstein Air Base in Germany. We still have approximately $400.00 left to send more!

 It would be wonderful for our Service Members to receive letters from Pueblo County High School. I encourage you to take time to reflect and write a letter to a Service Member. Our service men and women have sacrificed so much for us on our behalf; you could make a difference in their recovery and remind them that they are not forgotten. By helping someone else you may find that you are also helping yourself. Kindness is a good thing to share with others. I hope you will choose to make a difference and participate in this project. If you need stationery or have any questions please drop by the library.

Thank you,
Ms. Stice