May 7, 2018

The Poolesville High School National Honors Society is now taking applications for the 2018-2019 school year. If you will be a junior or senior next year and you have an unweighted grade point average of at least 3.6 or a cumulative weighted grade point average of at least 4.2 and are interested in joining the National Honors Society please fill out and submit your application by the absolute deadline of Friday, June 8th. Applications can be found on the PHS website. If you have any questions please see Mr. Stanton in Room 9.

Good morning, seniors. Most of you have paid for your cap and gown at this point, but there are a few of you who still need to take care of this. A list will be posted on the senior bulletin board, and you can check to see if your student ID is among them. Please take care of this by Wednesday, May 9. After Wednesday, this will become an obligation, and you will need to clear it through the financial office. Please see Ms. Kellert if you have any questions.

Good morning students. If you like to write, are interested in international relations, and are available for two weeks at the end of July, consider applying for the IMUN Press Corps. The UNESCO Center for Peace is offering 6 internships to Poolesville students for its summer program at Hood College. Please see Ms. Kellert for details and an application. Applications are due by May 25.

National History Bee and Bowl participants from this year have a meeting in room #44 at lunch on Tuesday to discuss end of year cookout and field trip.

Attention all students! Please see Mrs. Hornburg in room 51 to get your report card.

In Sports News:

Boys Lacrosse beat Northwest in a 16-11 win. Pete Barry and Clark Trone both surpassed 100 career points on Friday.

Girls Lacrosse also beat Northwest in a 17-13 victory.

Boys Volleyball beat Clarksburg 3-0 on Friday.


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