PBLJH Announcements

May 20, 2019
 
Congratulations to the 7th grade boys 4X100 relay on their 4th place finish this weekend and a new school record of 48.87. Trey Spenard, Kimarion Austin, Jami Lee and Robert Boyd.  Kayden Snelling finished 7th in the 8th grade discuss, Trixie Johnson set a new school record of 2:27.68 in the 800.  Robert Boyd set a new school record of 25.23 in the 200. Congrats to all who participated this weekend.

Track Athletes there will be an award ceremony on tomorrow during 9th hour. All athletes who are not going to state need to turn in their clean uniform to Coach Pacey by Wednesday. Please put your uniform in a plastic bag with your name on it.

Students do you have pictures on your phone of yourself, your classmates, or your teammates?  If yes, Miss Ellis is looking for student contributions for the 2018-2019 school yearbook.  You can e-mail Miss Ellis at sellis@pblpanthers.org or you can stop by and see her in the 7th grade wing.  Also now is the time to order your school yearbooks.  You can order them until May 24, 2019.  The cost is $15.00.  Forms are in the JH Main Office.


Attention all 6th or 7th grade boys who plan to try-out for junior high basketball next year:
There will be a short meeting in the gym tomorrow beginning at 12:12 (Report to the gym before going to lunch.

Also any 6/7th grade boy interested in baseball this fall needs to attend a meeting Wednesday during lunch in Coach Johnson's room 802

Any students interested in joining the swim team this summer there are forms available in the office.  You must register by May 30.  Registration forms are due to be sent to the Park District Office.

6/7th grade girls interested in basketball next year there will be a meeting Wednesday during lunch in Lab 122. Please see Mrs. Johnson if you are unable to attend.


At this time please stand for the Pledge of Allegiance:
    I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America,
            and to the republic for which it stands, 
    one nation under God, Indivisible,
            with liberty and justice for all.

 

We will now pause for a moment of Silent Reflection.


Thought of the day!

True friends are like diamonds - bright, beautiful, valuable, and always in style.