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Mini-Thon Final Total

FOR THE KIDS

More than 550 Pennridge High School students and staff capped off a year-long fundraising effort for the Four Diamonds Fund with Mini-Thon 2017 on Saturday. For more than nine hours, students danced, sang, played games and generally had fun. When it was all over they had raised more than $43,000 -- well above their goal of $35,000 -- to provide medical care and financial and emotional support to youngsters suffering from cancer, and to support pediatric cancer research.

News/Announcements

  • Perkasie Rotary Honors Students of the Month Rotary Students of the MonthFrom left, Perkasie Rotary Club member Todd Hurley, students Hannah Fair and Kyle Yoder, and Rotary Club President Bob Hipp.The Perkasie Rotary Club has ...
    Posted Mar 7, 2017, 6:45 AM by Joe Ferry
  • Debate Team Wraps Up Regular Season Congratulations to the PHS Debate Team for its 7-1 victory to end the regular season with a 27-5 overall record. Pennridge had 35 perfect scores on the day ...
    Posted Feb 21, 2017, 8:38 AM by Joe Ferry
  • Winter Scholar-Athletes Congratulations to our Scholar-Athletes from Winter Sports:Front row, left to right: Claire Beno (swimming); Sarah Craig (bowling); and Joshua Macnamara (bowling).Back row, left to right: Kyle Yoder ...
    Posted Feb 16, 2017, 9:33 AM by Joe Ferry
  • TSA Shines at Districts 2017 PENNRIDGE TSA REGION 5 COMPETITION RESULTS DRAGSTER DESIGN (Pennridge Chapter placed 7 out of 12 qualifying students for states in this category) 3rd place: Chad Schaeffer 4th place: Eric ...
    Posted Feb 27, 2017, 8:26 AM by Joe Ferry
  • Perkasie Rotary Students of the Month The Perkasie Rotary Club has honored seniors Kaitlyn Stevens and Chad Schaeffer as its Student of the Month for November and December.Kaitlyn has taken include six honors courses in ...
    Posted Jan 25, 2017, 8:01 AM by Joe Ferry
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T.A.K.E.S. P.R.I.D.E. Theme


May’s “T.A.K.E.S. P.R.I.D.E.” theme is “dependability.” 

“Dependability” is the quality of demonstrating reliability.  A person who is dependable is one others can count on for their truthfulness and integrity.  Individuals who demonstrate “dependability” have a reputation of doing what they say they are going to do.  They persist in projects and responsibilities until the task or job is complete. 

 This month, make a special effort to practice “dependability.”  

Some ways you can practice “dependability” this month include:  meeting your curfew; turning in school projects by the due date; arriving to school each day on time; and completing your chores at home before having to be reminded.  When you gain a reputation as someone others can rely upon, you earn their respect and confidence.

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