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PTEC Daily Announcements 2-16-2018
• Spirit week starts Tuesday! You may look at the flyers hanging by the classroom doors for more information on what may and may not be worn. Participation will cost $1 each day.

• Remember, there will be no school on Monday, enjoy your long weekend.

• Tuesday’s lunch will be hot & spicy chicken sandwiches.

• Our student helpers for 1st lunch are: Dominick Vasquez, Freddie Wallace and Donte Williams.
Our helpers for 2nd lunch are: Clair Vigil, Ferguson White, Ryan Woissol, Kalani Willingham and Elijah York.

• Our teachers for 1st lunch today are: Mr. Cooper and Mrs. Warren. For 2nd lunch they are: Mr. Mattson and Mrs. Warren.

• Our carline teachers today are: Mr. Jimeson and Mrs. Douglas

• The mission of PTEC is to prepare students to enter the workforce with the skills necessary to be successful in a trade, while also having the character and work ethic to become the most valuable members in their chosen trade. Our Character Corner this week is Adventurous. Being adventurous means you are willing to take the risk of doing something new. “Adventure is not outside man; it is within.”

Students please stand for the pledge, and a dress code check.
Have a great day PTEC Panthers!!!

PTEC Daily Announcements 2-15-2018
• Did you know that one of your fellow classmates is a world class wrestler? He gets to train with Olympic level athletes. He has won countless matches over his career. He has 5 National Championships in wrestling. He is also ranked in the top 5 in the country. Help me in congratulating Matthew Moore. He has only accomplished this through lots of hard work. Way to go Matthew!

• Spirit week is coming up next week! You may look at the flyers hanging by the classroom doors for more information on what may and may not be worn. Participation will cost $1 each day.

• Remember there will be no school lunch tomorrow. If you did not purchase a fundraiser lunch, please bring a lunch tomorrow. Also, there will be no school on Monday.

• Students, our online website for uniform items will be open until the 23rd, make sure you get your orders placed!

•You may pay $1 to wear a hat or appropriate t-shirt of your choice on Friday. You may pay $2 to wear both a hat and a t-shirt of your choice. You may not wear hoodies of any kind.

• Our student helpers for 1st lunch are: Dominick Vasquez, Freddie Wallace and Donte Williams.
Our helpers for 2nd lunch are: Clair Vigil, Ferguson White, Ryan Woissol, Kalani Willingham and Elijah York.

• Our teachers for 1st lunch today are: Mr. Firlit and Ms. Townsend. For 2nd lunch they are: Mr. Joyce and Mrs. Greene.

• Our carline teachers today are: Mr. Johnston and Mr. Gutscher

• Our detention teacher today is: Mr. Baker

• The mission of PTEC is to prepare students to enter the workforce with the skills necessary to be successful in a trade, while also having the character and work ethic to become the most valuable members in their chosen trade. Our Character Corner this week is Adventurous. Being adventurous means you are willing to take the risk of doing something new. “Adventure is not outside man; it is within.”

Students please stand for the pledge, and a dress code check.
Have a great day PTEC Panthers!!!

PTEC Daily Announcements 2-13-2018
• The nominations are in and the winner of the first “Student of the Week” award goes to Noah Christakis for his amazing work ethic and ability to exemplify the five pillars. Noah’s strong work ethic and responsibility shows with his zero missing assignments. He takes his own time to help other students with difficult classwork, showing excellence. He is respectful to his teachers, classmates, and to the learning environment in each of his classes. He is a young man of integrity by always choosing to do the right thing and honestly, he is a model student. Congratulations to Noah for being such a hard worker.

• Students, our online website for uniform items will only be open 12 more days. We have a ball cap, coveralls, and a long sleeve t-shirt now available. We will close the window February 23 and it will not reopen again until May. These orders will be filled and arrive at the school approximately the last week of February or the first week of March. If you want to order more uniforms, you must place your order by February 23rd.

• Spirit week is coming up next week! You may look at the flyers hanging by the classroom doors for more information on what may and may not be worn. Participation will cost $1 each day.

• Talent show auditions are being held on February 21st and 28th from 4-5 pm in room 202. Please ask Miss Olaso for more information about auditioning or being a stagehand.

• All high school track athletes need to have their physicals into by the first official day of track, which is February 26th.

• Remember we will not have school lunch Friday, February 16th. If you did not order a lunch you need to bring one from home.

• Today’s lunch will be cheeseburgers. Tomorrow’s lunch will be cuban pork sandwiches.

• Our student helpers for 1st lunch are: Dominick Vasquez, Freddie Wallace, Josiah Wendorf and Donte Williams.
Our helpers for 2nd lunch are: Clair Vigil, Ferguson White, Ryan Woissol, Kalani Willingham and Elijah York.

• If you are serving a lunch detention, please get your food and report to room 214.

• After school detentions are Tuesday and Thursday from 3:50 to 4:50 pm, and will continue through the end of the year. If you have a detention to serve, please bring the pink portion of your Citation with you to turn in to the Detention teacher. You must arrive by 3:50, or you will not receive credit for serving the detention. Make sure you are arriving to school on time and prepared for class.

• The mission of PTEC is to prepare students to enter the workforce with the skills necessary to be successful in a trade, while also having the character and work ethic to become the most valuable members in their chosen trade. Our Character Corner this week is Adventurous. Being adventurous means you are willing to take the risk of doing something new. “Adventure is not outside man; it is within.”

Students please stand for the pledge, and a dress code check.
Have a great day PTEC Panthers!!!

PTEC Daily Announcements 2-12-2018
• Students and teachers, food and drinks, including mints, are only allowed during passing periods and lunch. None of these are allowed during class, and gum is not allowed in the school at any time.

• Our talent show is coming up on March 22nd. If you would like to participate, auditions are being held on February 21st and 28th from 4-5 pm in room 202. If you have any interest in being a stagehand, please ask Miss Olaso for more information. Join us in celebrating the talent of our fellow Panthers!

• All high school track athletes need to have their physicals into by the first official day of track, which is February 26th.

• Remember we will not have school lunch this Friday, February 16th. If you did not order a lunch you need to bring one from home.

• Today’s lunch will be cheese enchiladas with fiesta rice. Tomorrow’s lunch will be hot dogs.

• Our student helpers for 1st lunch are: Dominick Vasquez, Freddie Wallace, Josiah Wendorf and Donte Williams.
Our helpers for 2nd lunch are: Clair Vigil, Ferguson White, Lyndia Williams, Kalani Willingham and Elijah York.

• If you are serving a lunch detention, please get your food and report to room 214.

• After school detentions are Tuesday and Thursday from 3:50 to 4:50 pm, and will continue through the end of the year. If you have a detention to serve, please bring the pink portion of your Citation with you to turn in to the Detention teacher. You must arrive by 3:50, or you will not receive credit for serving the detention. Make sure you are arriving to school on time and prepared for class.

• The mission of PTEC is to prepare students to enter the workforce with the skills necessary to be successful in a trade, while also having the character and work ethic to become the most valuable members in their chosen trade. Our Character Corner this week is Adventurous. Being adventurous means you are willing to take the risk of doing something new. “Adventure is not outside man; it is within.”

Students please stand for the pledge, and a dress code check.
Have a great day PTEC Panthers!!!

PTEC Daily Announcements 2-9-2018
• Students, unless you are part of a club or are receiving specific assistance from a teacher you are not allowed upstairs after 4pm. This is to ensure that students who are trying to get support can do so with minimal to no interruption.

• Juniors, if you want to take the SAT essay you have to register for it by the end of the day today, or you will not be able to take it. Please come see Mrs. Warren if you need help or have already signed up for the essay.

•Attention all students. We will be introducing a new way to reward those students who are always putting their best foot forward and embodying the five pillars of PTEC, Honesty, Integrity, Respect, Responsibility, and Excellence. We will also be looking for students that are taking the mission statement seriously and already working on developing the skills necessary to be successful in a trade with character and a strong work ethic. As you show these characteristics, teachers will nominate students to receive the award of “Student of the Week”. This student will receive a certificate of achievement, a Little Caesars coupon, their accomplishment on Facebook, and the Friday of their victory they will get to eat lunch upstairs in the commons with their friends.

•Spirit week is coming up, it will be February 20th-23rd. We will be distributing flyers and more information soon!

•There is an art club starting on Thursdays in Ms. Bradford’s room from 3:45 until 4:30. If you have questions or would like to join please talk to Brynleigh Holmes or Acacia Nicholls.

• Attention all students, Mrs. Bonnette is hosting a homework help club after school Tuesday thru Thursday starting right after school until 4:30, in room 224. If you need support or you have missing work you are welcome to come to get caught up.

• Newspaper Club will continue after school on Wednesdays from 3:45-4:30. If you would like to participate in Newspaper Club or you are interested in journalism, we’d love to see you. If you have any questions, ask Mrs. Selck.

• Our talent show is coming up on March 22nd. If you would like to participate, auditions are being held on February 21st and 28th from 4-5 pm in room 202. If you have any interest in being a stagehand, please ask Miss Olaso for more information. Join us in celebrating the talent of our fellow Panthers!

• All high school track athletes need to have their physicals into by the first official day of track, which is February 26th.

• Remember we will not have school lunch next Friday, February 16th. If you want to order a fundraiser lunch, your money and forms are due this Friday. If you do not order a lunch you need to bring one from home.

• Today’s lunch will be bean and cheese burritos. Tomorrow’s lunch will be thai sweet chili chicken with rice.

• Our student helpers for 1st lunch are: Nate Tindall, Hector Torres, Shawn Truesdell and Tyler Varnum.
Our helpers for 2nd lunch are: Tori Thomas, Garrett Thompson, Abby Vancil, Nicholas Vander Molen and Jacob Vaughn.

• If you are serving a lunch detention, please get your food and report to room 214.

• After school detentions are Tuesday and Thursday from 3:50 to 4:50 pm, and will continue through the end of the year. If you have a detention to serve, please bring the pink portion of your Citation with you to turn in to the Detention teacher. You must arrive by 3:50, or you will not receive credit for serving the detention. Make sure you are arriving to school on time and prepared for class.

• The mission of PTEC is to prepare students to enter the workforce with the skills necessary to be successful in a trade, while also having the character and work ethic to become the most valuable members in their chosen trade. Our Character Corner this week is Citizenship. Citizenship encompasses the rights, privileges, and duties that come with living in a community and country. “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”

Students please stand for the pledge, and a dress code check.
Have a great day PTEC Panthers!!!

PTEC Daily Announcements 2-8-2018
• Juniors, if you want to take the SAT essay you have to register for it before February 10th, or you will not be able to take it. Please come see Mrs. Warren if you need help or have already signed up for the essay.

•There is an art club starting on Thursdays in Ms. Bradford’s room from 3:45 until 4:30. If you have questions or would like to join please talk to Brynleigh Holmes or Acacia Nicholls.

• Students, you may pay $1 to wear a hat or appropriate t-shirt of your choice on Friday. You may pay $2 to wear both a hat and a t-shirt of your choice. You may not wear hoodies of any kind.

• Attention all students, Mrs. Bonnette is hosting a homework help club after school Tuesday thru Thursday starting right after school until 4:30, in room 224. If you need support or you have missing work you are welcome to come to get caught up.

• Newspaper Club will continue after school on Wednesdays from 3:45-4:30. If you would like to participate in Newspaper Club or you are interested in journalism, we’d love to see you. If you have any questions, ask Mrs. Selck.

• Our talent show is coming up on March 22nd. If you would like to participate, auditions are being held on February 21st and 28th from 4-5 pm in room 202. If you have any interest in being a stagehand, please ask Miss Olaso for more information. Join us in celebrating the talent of our fellow Panthers!

• All high school track athletes need to have their physicals into by the first official day of track, which is February 26th.

• Remember we will not have school lunch next Friday, February 16th. If you want to order a fundraiser lunch, your money and forms are due this Friday. If you do not order a lunch you need to bring one from home.

• Today’s lunch will be bean and cheese burritos. Tomorrow’s lunch will be thai sweet chili chicken with rice.

• Our student helpers for 1st lunch are: Nate Tindall, Hector Torres, Shawn Truesdell and Tyler Varnum.
Our helpers for 2nd lunch are: Tori Thomas, Garrett Thompson, Abby Vancil, Nicholas Vander Molen and Jacob Vaughn.

• If you are serving a lunch detention, please get your food and report to room 214.

• After school detentions are Tuesday and Thursday from 3:50 to 4:50 pm, and will continue through the end of the year. If you have a detention to serve, please bring the pink portion of your Citation with you to turn in to the Detention teacher. You must arrive by 3:50, or you will not receive credit for serving the detention. Make sure you are arriving to school on time and prepared for class.

• The mission of PTEC is to prepare students to enter the workforce with the skills necessary to be successful in a trade, while also having the character and work ethic to become the most valuable members in their chosen trade. Our Character Corner this week is Citizenship. Citizenship encompasses the rights, privileges, and duties that come with living in a community and country. “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”

Students please stand for the pledge, and a dress code check.
Have a great day PTEC Panthers!!!

PTEC Daily Announcements 2-7-2018
• Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and we have just the sweet treat to help you show that special someone you are thinking of them. We will be selling Val-O-Grams each morning from 7:00 to 7:20 and at lunch through Monday, February 12. Each Val-O-Gram costs $1 and will include a message from you and candy. These will be delivered during school on Valentine’s Day.

• Juniors, if you want to take the SAT essay you have to register for it before February 10th, or you will not be able to take it. Please come see Mrs. Warren if you need help or have already signed up for the essay.

• Attention all students, Mrs. Bonnette will have a homework help club after school Monday thru Thursday starting right after school until 4:30, in room 224. If you need support or you have missing work you are welcome to come to get caught up.

• Newspaper Club will continue after school on Wednesdays from 3:45-4:30. If you would like to participate in Newspaper Club or you are interested in journalism, we’d love to see you. If you have any questions, ask Mrs. Selck.

• Our talent show is coming up on March 22nd. If you would like to participate, auditions are being held on February 21st and 28th from 4-5 pm in room 202. If you have any interest in being a stagehand, please ask Miss Olaso for more information. Join us in celebrating the talent of our fellow Panthers!

• All high school track athletes need to have their physicals into by the first official day of track, which is February 26th.

• Remember, we will not have school lunch next Friday, February 16th. If you want to order a fundraiser lunch, your money and forms are due this Friday. If you do not order a lunch you need to bring one from home.

• Today’s lunch will be bean and cheese burritos. Tomorrow’s lunch will be thai sweet chili chicken with rice.

• Our student helpers for 1st lunch are: Nate Tindall, Hector Torres, Shawn Truesdell and Tyler Varnum.
Our helpers for 2nd lunch are: Tori Thomas, Garrett Thompson, Abby Vancil, Nicholas Vander Molen and Jacob Vaughn.

• If you are serving a lunch detention, please get your food and report to room 214.

• After school detentions are Tuesday and Thursday from 3:50 to 4:50 pm, and will continue through the end of the year. If you have a detention to serve, please bring the pink portion of your Citation with you to turn in to the Detention teacher. You must arrive by 3:50, or you will not receive credit for serving the detention. Make sure you are arriving to school on time and prepared for class.

• The mission of PTEC is to prepare students to enter the workforce with the skills necessary to be successful in a trade, while also having the character and work ethic to become the most valuable members in their chosen trade. Our Character Corner this week is Citizenship. Citizenship encompasses the rights, privileges, and duties that come with living in a community and country. “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”

Students please stand for the pledge, and a dress code check.
Have a great day PTEC Panthers!!!

PTEC Daily Announcements 2-6-2018
• Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and we have just the sweet treat to help you show that special someone you are thinking of them. Beginning on Monday, we will be selling Val-O-Grams each morning from 7:00 to 7:20 and at lunch through Monday, February 12. Each Val-O-Gram costs $1 and will include a message from you and candy. These will be delivered during school on Valentine’s Day.

• Juniors, you will be taking the ASVAB in room 215 tomorrow. Also, if you are taking the SAT essay you have to register for it before February 10th, or you will not get to take it. Please come see Mrs. Warren if you need help or have already signed up for the essay.

• Attention all students, Mrs. Bonnette in room 224 will have a homework help club after school Monday thru Thursday starting right after school until 4:30. If you need support or you have missing work you are welcome to come to get caught up.

• Newspaper will continue after school on Wednesdays from 3:45-4:30. If you would like to participate in Newspaper or you are interested in journalism, please come to Newspaper on Wednesdays. If you have any questions, ask Mrs. Selck.

• Talent show is coming up on March 22nd. If you would like to participate, auditions are being held on February 21st and 28th from 4-5 pm in room 202. If you have any interest in being a stagehand, please see Miss Olaso for more information. Join us in celebrating the talent of our fellow Panthers!

• All high school track athletes need to have their physicals into by the first official day of track, which is February 26th.

• Remember we will not have school lunch on Friday, February 16th. If you want to order a fundraiser lunch, your money and forms are due this Friday.

• Today’s lunch will be pepperoni dipsticks. Tomorrow’s lunch will be bean and cheese burritos.

• Our student helpers for 1st lunch are: Nate Tindall, Hector Torres, Shawn Truesdell and Tyler Varnum.
Our helpers for 2nd lunch are: Tori Thomas, Garrett Thompson, Abby Vancil, Nicholas Vander Molen and Jacob Vaughn.

• If you are serving a lunch detention, please get your food and report to room 214.

• After school detentions are Tuesday and Thursday from 3:50 to 4:50 pm, and will continue through the end of the year. If you have a detention to serve, please bring the pink portion of your Citation with you to turn in to the Detention teacher. You must arrive by 3:50, or you will not receive credit for serving the detention. Make sure you are arriving to school on time and prepared for class.

• The mission of PTEC is to prepare students to enter the workforce with the skills necessary to be successful in a trade, while also having the character and work ethic to become the most valuable members in their chosen trade. Our Character Corner this week is Citizenship. Citizenship encompasses the rights, privileges, and duties that come with living in a community and country. “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”

Students please stand for the pledge, and a dress code check.
Have a great day PTEC Panthers!!!

PTEC Daily Announcements 2-2-2018
• Attention all students, Mrs. Bonnette in room 224 will have a homework help club after school Monday thru Thursday starting right after school until 4:30. If you need support or you have missing work you are welcome to come to get caught up.

• Newspaper will continue after school on Wednesdays from 3:45-4:30. If you would like to participate in Newspaper or you are interested in journalism, please come to Newspaper on Wednesdays. If you have any questions, ask Mrs. Selck.

• Talent show is coming up on March 22nd. If you would like to participate, auditions are being held on February 21st and 28th from 4-5 pm in room 202. If you have any interest in being a stagehand, please see Miss Olaso for more information. Join us in celebrating the talent of our fellow Panthers!

• All high school track athletes need to have their physicals into by the first official day of track, which is February 26th.

• 11th graders, I have one student as of now that is taking the SAT Essay. If you are taking the essay you have to register for it before February 10th or you will not get to take it. If you need help or have signed up for the essay, please come see Mrs. Warren. Also, 11th graders your OSHA 10 fee is due by this Friday. You are required to take the OSHA class. All of your parents have been informed. Get with Mrs. Warren if you have any questions.

• Today’s lunch will be philly cheese steak. Monday’s lunch will be chicken gorditas.

• Our student helpers for 1st lunch are: Anapaula Seidel, Andre Smith, D’Angelo Sorabella, Wantenah Swaba and Liam Thomas.
Our helpers for 2nd lunch are: Jeremy Swartz, Timothy Swartz, Ivana Tandberg and Timothy Tandberg.

• If you are serving a lunch detention, please get your food and report to room 214.

• After school detentions are Tuesday and Thursday from 3:50 to 4:50 pm, and will continue through the end of the year. If you have a detention to serve, please bring the pink portion of your Citation with you to turn in to the Detention teacher. You must arrive by 3:50, or you will not receive credit for serving the detention. Make sure you are arriving to school on time and prepared for class.

• The mission of PTEC is to prepare students to enter the workforce with the skills necessary to be successful in a trade, while also having the character and work ethic to become the most valuable members in their chosen trade. Our Character Corner this week is Conscientious. A conscientious person recognizes the difference between right and wrong and acts accordingly. “There is no witness so terrible and no accuser so powerful as conscience which dwells within us.”

Students please stand for the pledge, and a dress code check.
Have a great day PTEC Panthers!!!

PTEC Daily Announcements 2-1-2018
• Attention all students, Mrs. Bonnette in room 224 will have a homework help club after school Monday thru Thursday starting right after school until 4:30. If you need support or you have missing work you are welcome to come to get caught up.

• Newspaper will continue after school on Wednesdays from 3:45-4:30. If you would like to participate in Newspaper or you are interested in journalism, please come to Newspaper on Wednesdays. If you have any questions, ask Mrs. Selck.

• Talent show is coming up on March 22nd. If you would like to participate, auditions are being held on February 21st and 28th from 4-5 pm in room 202. If you have any interest in being a stagehand, please see Miss Olaso for more information. Join us in celebrating the talent of our fellow Panthers!

• All high school track athletes need to have their physicals into by the first official day of track, which is February 26th.

• 11th graders, I have one student as of now that is taking the SAT Essay. If you are taking the essay you have to register for it before February 10th or you will not get to take it. If you need help or have signed up for the essay, please come see Mrs. Warren. Also, 11th graders your OSHA 10 fee is due by this Friday. You are required to take the OSHA class. All of your parents have been informed. Get with Mrs. Warren if you have any questions.
• Today’s lunch will be cheese pizza. Tomorrow’s lunch will be philly cheese steak.

• Our student helpers for 1st lunch are: Anapaula Seidel, Andre Smith, D’Angelo Sorabella, Wantenah Swaba and Liam Thomas.
Our helpers for 2nd lunch are: Jeremy Swartz, Timothy Swartz, Ivana Tandberg and Timothy Tandberg.

• If you are serving a lunch detention, please get your food and report to room 214.

• After school detentions are Tuesday and Thursday from 3:50 to 4:50 pm, and will continue through the end of the year. If you have a detention to serve, please bring the pink portion of your Citation with you to turn in to the Detention teacher. You must arrive by 3:50, or you will not receive credit for serving the detention. Make sure you are arriving to school on time and prepared for class.

• The mission of PTEC is to prepare students to enter the workforce with the skills necessary to be successful in a trade, while also having the character and work ethic to become the most valuable members in their chosen trade. Our Character Corner this week is Conscientious. A conscientious person recognizes the difference between right and wrong and acts accordingly. “There is no witness so terrible and no accuser so powerful as conscience which dwells within us.”

Students please stand for the pledge, and a dress code check.
Have a great day PTEC Panthers!!!

PTEC Daily Announcements 1-31-2018
• Newspaper will continue after school on Wednesdays from 3:45-4:30. If you would like to participate in Newspaper or you are interested in journalism, please come to Newspaper on Wednesdays. If you have any questions, ask Mrs. Selck.

• Talent show is coming up on March 22nd. If you would like to participate, auditions are being held on February 21st and 28th from 4-5 pm in room 202. If you have any interest in being a stagehand, please see Miss Olaso for more information. Join us in celebrating the talent of our fellow Panthers!

• All high school track athletes need to have their physicals in by the first official day of track, which is February 26th.

• Okay 11th graders. I have one student as of now that is taking the SAT Essay. If you are taking the essay you have to register for it before February 10th or you will not get to take it. If you need help or have signed up for the essay, please come see Mrs. Warren. Also, 11th graders your OSHA 10 fee is due by this Friday. You are required to take the OSHA class. All of your parents have been informed. Get with Mrs. Warren if you have any questions.

• Today’s lunch will be manager’s choice. Tomorrow’s lunch will be cheese pizza.

• Our student helpers for 1st lunch are: Anapaula Seidel, Andre Smith, D’Angelo Sorabella, Wantenah Swaba and Liam Thomas.
Our helpers for 2nd lunch are: Jeremy Swartz, Timothy Swartz, Ivana Tandberg and Timothy Tandberg.

• If you are serving a lunch detention, please get your food and report to room 214.

• After school detentions are Tuesday and Thursday from 3:50 to 4:50 pm, and will continue through the end of the year. If you have a detention to serve, please bring the pink portion of your Citation with you to turn in to the Detention teacher. You must arrive by 3:50, or you will not receive credit for serving the detention. Make sure you are arriving to school on time and prepared for class.

• The mission of PTEC is to prepare students to enter the workforce with the skills necessary to be successful in a trade, while also having the character and work ethic to become the most valuable members in their chosen trade. Our Character Corner this week is Conscientious. A conscientious person recognizes the difference between right and wrong and acts accordingly. “There is no witness so terrible and no accuser so powerful as conscience which dwells within us.”

Students please stand for the pledge, and a dress code check.
Have a great day PTEC Panthers!!!

PTEC Daily Announcements 1-30-2018
• All high school track athletes need to have their physicals into by the first official day of track, which is February 26th.

• Okay 11th graders. I have one student as of now that is taking the SAT Essay. If you are taking the essay you have to register for it before February 10th or you will not get to take it. If you need help or have signed up for the essay, please come see Mrs. Warren. Also, 11th graders your OSHA 10 fee is due by this Friday. You are required to take the OSHA class. All of your parents have been informed. Get with Mrs. Warren if you have any questions.

• Today’s lunch will be beefy tacos and rice. Tomorrow’s lunch will be manager’s choice.

• Our student helpers for 1st lunch are: Anapaula Seidel, Andre Smith, D’Angelo Sorabella, Wantenah Swaba and Liam Thomas.
Our helpers for 2nd lunch are: Jeremy Swartz, Timothy Swartz, Ivana Tandberg and Timothy Tandberg.

• If you are serving a lunch detention, please get your food and report to room 214.

• After school detentions are Tuesday and Thursday from 3:50 to 4:50 pm, and will continue through the end of the year. If you have a detention to serve, please bring the pink portion of your Citation with you to turn in to the Detention teacher. You must arrive by 3:50, or you will not receive credit for serving the detention. Make sure you are arriving to school on time and prepared for class.

• The mission of PTEC is to prepare students to enter the workforce with the skills necessary to be successful in a trade, while also having the character and work ethic to become the most valuable members in their chosen trade. Our Character Corner this week is Conscientious. A conscientious person recognizes the difference between right and wrong and acts accordingly. “There is no witness so terrible and no accuser so powerful as conscience which dwells within us.”

Students please stand for the pledge, and a dress code check.
Have a great day PTEC Panthers!!!