PA Student Senate is bringing back the Mr. PA pageant and we need you! Are you a male student here at PA? Do you have talent that you can showcase on a stage? Do you like to be in the spotlight? Do you enjoy winning? If so, then please see Mrs. McCrum or Garrett Wright ASAP to find out how you can be a contestant in the 2016 Mr. PA Pageant! We need two eligible candidates per grade. The pageant will be on Tuesday night, November 22nd and is sure to be a great time for both contestants and the audience!
Grades close for the Interim Grade Report on Friday, November 4. Your eligibility to continue in a club, sport or activity or to begin a winter club, sport or activity will be determined by your grades on this report. If you have any missing assignments to make up be sure to do that as soon as possible! As of today, there are 5 school days until grades close!
The Dance Team is looking for a few more members to participate in our winter season: Nov-April. Winter season starts Nov 9th, Practices Wednesdays 2:30-5:30pm.
The yearbook committee has a special request. We are in dire need of help selling ad spots to local businesses. Without your help, the cost of yearbooks will be greatly more than in years past. Anyone who sells $500 or more in ads will be eligible to receive a free yearbook!! Please see Mrs. LePage in Walker House for more information!
Attention any boys interested in trying out for lacrosse this spring. We are hoping to once again have some preseason indoor training starting in January. Please see Coach Dion in Room 3003 sometime this week to give him your contact information.
Boys Varsity Soccer beat Souhegan 2-0 in the quarter final round of the state tournament! The “Life of a Spartan” Pure Performance Player is the whole team! The team this year is undefeated at home.
PA Robotics cleaned house this past Saturday at the 1st competition of the season, the Trinity Granite State VEX Robotics Tournament! A fine job was done by all the teams
Design Award (2nd highest award a team can receive from VEX Robotics):
134E Kyle Mitchell, Jacob Desilets, Jon smith, Kyle Harrison, & Cameron Dion
134F (rank number 1 overall) Zach Davidson & Nick Davidson
134J Joey Edmonds, Nolan Sykes, & Josh Gifford
Robot Skills Champions:
134D Justin Smith, Tyler Smith
134G Levi Putman, Nate Cormier, Eric Chapman & Stone Marston
134C Peter Landry, Codie Gardner, Nathan Fries
38 teams from New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts competed for the 9 available qualification spots to attend the New Hampshire/Vermont State Championship. PA Robotics walked away with 6 of the 9 spots. Teams 134F and 134J also qualified for the US Open in Council Bluffs Iowa.
Go PA and Have a Great Day!