Class officers, student senators, and interested students: if you are interested in being part of the change that happens here at Pembroke Academy, the time is now! Run for reelection or office! Nomination packets are available from Ms. Paquette in room 1026. The deadline to file is Friday, May 19.
Pembroke Academy-The student senate invites you to participate in a week of awareness. All next week, show your support for issues near and dear to us. Each day wear a different color as associated with the following causes:
Monday wear rainbow colors in support of the LBGTQ community.
Tuesday wear green to raise awareness for suicide prevention.
Wednesday wear red to recognize substance abuse awareness.
Thursday wear green again in support of mental health awareness.
And on Friday wear the color of your choice to support those affected by cancer.
See a senator or your advisory teacher for more information.
Attention students taking VLACs classes: Just a reminder that when you complete your class, you must request a transcript from VLACs be sent to your school counselor so we may enter your grades on your PA transcripts.
Attention all Prom goers - there will be a meeting during Advisory today that you need to attend. Please plan to be there. For all Senior CRTC prom goers, you will have a separate meeting when you return back to PA today. Any questions see Mrs. Doyle or Mrs. Batchelder.
Volunteer opportunity at Concord Hospital
When: Monday -Thursday 9-12 or 12-2 (A 3 month commitment required)
What: Helping in the mailroom, copy center, surgery center, and Payson Cancer Center. If interested please contact Nancy Burns at 227-7000 ext 3630.
Girl’s Varsity Lacrosse beat Manchester Memorial 9-4. The “Life of a Spartan” Pure Performance Player is Alysse Cleasby. Sophomore Alysse Cleasby came ready to play against Manchester Memorial, scoring not only her first goal of the season but also her 2nd and 3rd. The Spartans came out strong with a whole team effort and a 9-4 victory.
JV Baseball beat Kennett 12-1. Great team effort!
Boys Tennis lost to Con Val. The “Life of a Spartan” Player is Rupesh Gurung. Rupesh was part of both winning matches for Pembroke.
Girls and Boys Track At Oyster River High School vs Oyster River, Plymouth, and Saint Thomas.
This meet’s pure performance athlete first goes to:
Sophomore, Alyssa Hubbard, who threw 86 feet and 7 inches in the discus scoring for her team and achieving a personal record Great job Lyss!
Junior Josh Crandall, beat his previous record in the 3200 meter run with a time of 11 Minutes and 30 seconds. Way to go Josh!
If you seen any of these 2 Spartan athletes today…give them a high-five!
Varsity Boys Lacrosse_lost to Goffstown. The “Life of a Spartan” Player is Dave Hammond. Dave made 12 stops on 19 shots to keep the Spartans within 1 goal at the end of three quarters but the tam couldn’t pull out a win in the end. The team is right back at it today away against Bow.
JV Boys lacrosse lost to Goffstown. The “Life of a Spartan” Players are
Theo Trott and Carter Pillsbury. Due to injuries, Theo and Carter played a full varsity game and then a full jv game at defense, never letting down in either game. Good job guys! The JV team is back at it today away against Bow.
Go PA and Have a Great Day!