Senators! Tuesday's senate meeting is in room 1026. Be there! It is a mandatory meeting as winter carnival season is here. See Ms. Paquette with questions.
The class of 2019 will be selling Valentine’s Day carnations again. This Valentine’s Day send your friend or special someone a carnation. Prices are 1 flower for $1, 5 for $6 or our “romance bouquet” for $12. We will be selling them from Jan 30th till Feb.10th.
The class of 2019 is looking for volunteers to help make decorations and to be in the skit for Winter Carnival. If you are interested the sign up sheet will be in room 1021.
Winter Carnival t-shirts will be $13.00 and the completed order form will need to be submitted by February 3rd to Mrs. Hogan in room 3025 or to Mrs. Ficken in 1021 along with the money!
The next meeting for the class of 2019 will be today.
Attention boy’s lacrosse players:
For those taking part in the skills sessions on Wednesday nights in Bow, please get your final payment of $60 to Coach Dion ASAP.
Get involved with Poetry Out Loud. This National Recitation Contest can win you cash, prizes and college scholarships. Come to the informational meeting in room 1012 after school on Tuesday to find out more.
We're Back and ready to start another successful season! The Award winning Spartan singers will be starting rehearsals Tuesday, January 31st downstairs in room 1143. This amazing chorus is a community organization that welcomes students, staff and community members to sing in a non-auditioned ensemble. That is right, you do not need to audition to sing in this group. All that is required is that you attend rehearsals on a consistent basis.
We offer open enrollment for the first two weeks to give everyone an opportunity to experience this chorus. We welcome new and past members. So please join us Tuesday from 2:30-3:45 in room 1143.
Maestro Singers will rehearse right after the Spartan singers rehearsal. Any questions please see Ms. Lafond
What’s that smell outside of Walker House? Believe it or not, it’s the lost & found!! It’s full of jackets, shoes, lunch boxes and more. Please make sure you take a look for anything that may be yours before Friday, February 3rd. Anything left over will be donated.
Attention freshmen: Winter Carnival meeting Tuesday, Jan. 31st after school in room 2026. Come and help plan for Winter Carnival! T-shirt designs are due Tuesday, Jan. 31st. If you cannot attend the meeting, submit designs to Mrs. Donnelly in room 2026.
This is your final chance to purchase a Pembroke Academy Yearbook! All orders are due by February 6 and the cost is $60. Please visit ybpay.lifetouch.com to place your order. Don't miss out on this opportunity, as quantities are limited. Please see Mrs. LePage in Walker House with any questions.
Pembroke Academy Robotics traveled to North Andover High School, North Andover, Massachusetts this weekend to see how we matched up with against the teams south of our border and brought back 7 of the possible 9 awards. Teams 134D (Justin Smith, Tyler Smith ), 134G (Levi Putman, Nate Cormier, Eric Chapman, Stone Marston) and 134A (Jonah Mitchell) made up the Tournament Championship alliance. Teams 134 K and 134J were part of the finalist alliance. 134D won the Robot Skills championship. 134E (Kyle Mitchell, Jacob Desilets, Jon smith, Kyle Harrison, Cameron Dion) won the Excellence Award the highest award given out at a competition. These performances qualified 134A, 134D, 134E, and 134G for the US Open in Council Bluffs Iowa, April 6-8, 2017.
Girls Varsity Basketball beat Plymouth 54-36. The “Life of a Spartan” Pure Performance Players are Brooklyn Zanis and Morgan Allen. Brooklyn had 29 points and Morgan had 11 points and 11 rebounds.
PAC hockey was in action Saturday night taken on Division II Timberlane Owls. Matt Tremblay lead the PAC offense with a Hat Trick scoring 3 goals, Nathan Lamontange scored a goal, Sean Moore and AJ Gagnon had multiple assists. Connor Locke was called upon late Friday Night to suit up as the goaltender. He made 20 saves and only allowed 2 goals in a PAC 8-2 victory. This is the first time Connor has ever played goaltender, his athleticism and competitiveness made him a natural at the position. The PAC will be back in action Saturday February 4th at Everett Arena in Concord. The opening face-off is 7:30 pm.
Alpine Ski Racing results:
Girls GS: 313 points, 7th / SL: 310 points, 6th
Boys GS: 335 points, 5th / SL: 350 points, 4th
The “Life of a Spartan” Pure Performance:
Girls: Samantha Boyajian, (18th GS, 28th SL)
Boys: Jackson Frazier (8th GS); Jack Thomas (1st SL)
Go PA and Have a Great Day!