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Summer School 2017

DEADLINE FOR SUMMER SCHOOL REGISTRATION: June 29, 2017 by 12:30 pm

Summer school will be held at Massena High School. Classes begin Wednesday, July 5th and continuing through Tuesday, August 15th, with Regents Exams on August 16th and 177h.   Students should pre-register with Ms. Scudder prior to or on June 29, 2016, by 12:30 pm.

Summer school REGENTS Registration form.pdf

Summer school Registration form.pdf

Summer Food Service Program

Let summer meals help your kids eat healthy and stay active. Many summer programs at parks, schools, libraries, and other fun, safe places serve healthy food to power kids and teens while they play and learn.

Children who eat healthy and stay active during summer will remember more of what they learned in school and be better prepared when they go back in the fall.

Summer meals help families save money. They are offered for free to all kids ages 18 and under. Simply drop by when meals or snacks are served – no sign-up or paperwork is needed.  Adults are welcome to bring their own meals and eat with their kids.

All kids and teens are welcome!

Junior Scholarships

If you are interested in one or more of these Junior Scholarships, please let Ms. Scudder or Mrs. McGregor know. Many scholarships require the applicants to be nominated by Ms. Scudder. All students wanting to be nominated MUST write an essay explaining why you would like the nomination, and why it should be given to you. (You may ask for several different nominations if you meet the qualifications!) Good luck!

Senior Scholarships

2016-2017 List of Scholarships
Scholarship Name Due Date Criteria Value
Rotary Purple Heart Scholarship (Northern New York Community Foundation)

2017-18 School Budget Documents and Newsletter

Senior Class Bottle Drive, April 1st

The Senior Class of 2017 will be holding a bottle drive Saturday, April 1st from 9-12. They will be collecting for the next two weeks. You may bring bags to Mr. Whalen's room or Middle Road Redemption Center between now and April 1st. 

Thank you for your support.
 
 
 

20 Week Honor Roll (2016-17)

12th Grade High Honor Roll
Michael Charleson
Hannah Gray
Hannah Hannon
Garrett Hayes
Anna Kearney
Sierra Keleher
Brian Knowles
Eric Leroux
Amanda Mason
Jack Pullano
Alyssa Sloan
Lucas Snell

10 Week Honor Roll (2016-17)

12th Grade High Honor Roll
Natalie Ayers
Hannah Gray
Hannah Hannon
Garrett Hayes
Anna Kearney
Sierra Keleher
Brian Knowles
Eric Leroux
Amanda Mason
Jack Pullano
Taylor Scovil
Lucas Snell
Austin Taylor

Fall 2016 District Newsletter

Image for Fall 2016 District Newsletter

Thanks to those who worked on the soccer fields

A big "Thank You" to the following groups for their hard work on the soccer fields: The Town of Hopkinton, the Town of Parishville, Eakins Farm, the PHCS Building Crew, and PHCS Varsity Club.

2016-17 School Year Calendar

2016-17 Budget Information

2016-17 PHCS Budget Newsletter

2016-17 PHCS Budget Information Packet

 

 

PHCS Enrollment Packet

PHCS_Enrollment_Packet.pdf

20 Week Honor Roll (2015-16)

12th Grade High Honor Roll
Collins, Miranda
Koen, Bailey
Mitchell, Rebecca
Simmons, Chase
Snell, Wyatt
Wilson, Tanner

Amanda Mason and her program Musicality wins Martin Award for Excellence

On Feb. 11, 2016 Musicality was awarded the 2015 Karin P. Martin Memorial Award for Excellence from the St. Lawrence County Youth Bureau. This award is in honor of Karin P. Martin. She was in a fatal car accident in 1989. As a Board member, Karin was an exceptional leader and representative. She voiced her opinion with dignity on behalf of youth in St.

School and Parent Compact

10 Week Honor Roll (2015-16)

 

12th Grade High Honor Roll
Koen, Bailey Christine
Mitchell, Rebecca Lynn
Parker, Alison Letitia
Snell, Wyatt Michael
Wilson, Tanner Vincent

 

Student Use of Computerized Information Resources Policy

Children's Internet Protection Act Policy

30 Week Honor Roll (2014-15)

12th Grade High Honor Roll
Anderson, Charles Edward
Cole, Cassara Anne
Collins, Victoria Lee
Coventry, Mary Elizabeth
Cox, Ethaniel Noel John
Myers, Kayla Marie
Sullivan, Connor Daniel
White, Nicole Jean
Wray, Shelbi Elizabeth

School Budget Re-Vote: June 16, 2015, 1pm until 8pm

School Budget Re-Vote: June 16, 2015 1:00 P.M. until 8:00 P.M. in the Auditorium

Dear Parents and Residents,

As you may know, on May 19th, the voters of the school district voted 88-79 in favor of the proposed school budget. However, the close margin of approval failed to meet the 60% approval rate that is mandated under the State’s “Tax Cap” law. As such, the school district was left with two options. The first option would be moving the district directly to a contingent budget that would maintain the same tax levy amount as in the 2014-2015 school budget. The second option is to return to the public for a second vote. At a special Budget Meeting of the Board of Education on May 28th, the Board approved a second vote on the proposed 2015-2016 School District budget, in an effort to maintain the excellent educational programs here at the school, and to place the school in a positive financial direction that ensures our future.

June 2015 Examination Schedule

Students in grades 7 – 12 only come to school if they have a test on these days.
There will be morning, mid-day, and afternoon bus runs. Students must sign up for the bus in the main office.

2015 St. Lawrence County High School Art Show

Location: Gibson Gallery, Brainerd Hall, Suny Potsdam

May 27 - June 12
Reception: Wednesday, May 28 from 5-7 PM
Awards announced at 5:30 PM
 
COME AND SUPPORT OUR COMMUNITY’S ARTISTS OF TOMORROW!

Congrats to the PHCS Math Team!

Congratulations to the PHCS Math Team on their 1st place finish in the Pi Mu Epsilon Math Competition at St. Lawrence...

Posted by Parishville-Hopkinton Central School District on Thursday, March 26, 2015

Teaching is the Core: Assessment Audit Summary and Action Plan

Yearbooks Needed

PHCS is part of a grant that is digitizing yearbooks from each school in our BOCES district. We have been able to gather all of our published yearbooks except a clean copy of 1961, 1962 and 1977.  If anyone has a copy of these particular years that we could borrow it would be greatly appreciated. When all the years have been scanned in the school will have an announcement on our webpage letting everyone know. Please call Irene Sinclair (School Librarian) at school, 265-4642 ext. #1 if you have any questions or know where we could get copies.

Lunch and Breakfast Menu

 

10 Week Honor Roll

12th Grade High Honor Roll
Anderson, Charles Edward
Coventry, Mary Elizabeth
Cox, Ethaniel Noel John
James, Jessica Marie
Myers, Kayla Marie
Paradis, Marissa Sochia
Stone, Samantha Anne
Sullivan, Connor Daniel
White, Nicole Jean
Wray, Shelbi Elizabeth

Memory Tree 2014

Memory Tree 2014

 

 

 

PHCS Follies Presents "The Wizard of Oz" This Weekend

The PHCS Follies are proud to present this year's musical, The Wizard of Oz.  Students in grades 3-12 have been working hard since September on all aspects of the show. Bring the family and come take a journey down the yellow brick road with Dorothy, the Scarecrow, Tinman, the Lion and, of course, Toto. The beloved classic will be presented on December 5th and 6th at 7pm. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students.

Read the Potsdam Courier-Observer preview article here:  http://www.mpcourier.com/article/20141204/DCO/141209320

 

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12 County Route 47
Parishville, NY 13672
Phone: 315-265-4642
Fax: 315-268-1309

Mission Statement:
The PHCS community strives to instill in all students the knowledge and skills necessary to become caring, conscientious, and creative citizens.

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