Teacher: Craig Barron
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Emily Newsome, a senior at PCHS, was selected to serve on Georgia Superintendent Richard Woods Student Advisory Council. She is one of 50 students selected from various high schools across the state.
We won 1st place in the Region at One Act Competition yesterday, October 29th with our production of Shrek the Musical. The competition was held at Bleckley County High school. Seth Wicker (Shrek) won Best Actor in the Region. Asa Murray (Donkey) won Best Supporting Actor in the Region. Jeremiah Skinner (Lord Farquaad) and Aniah Long (Dragon) were named to the All-Star Cast. We are so proud of these students! We will compete at state next Saturday, November 7th. The competition will be held at Baldwin High School in Milledgeville. We are the first to compete at 10:00 am. We would love to have you come out and cheer on these students! Admission is free!
The Cadets of the Putnam County High School Army JROTC have elected a “Mr. and Ms. JROTC” to represent the War Eagle Battalion for the school year of 2015-2016. Elected to represent the War Eagle Battalion are Cadet First Lieutenant TiQuasha Reaves as “Ms. JROTC” and Cadet Captain David Levester as “Mr. JROTC”. These Cadets demonstrate great leadership skills, good academic standing, positive attitudes, and consistently maintain their uniforms in accordance with JROTC requirements.
The Putnam County FFA Dairy Heifer Show Team did Outstanding at the State Livestock show in Perry this past weekend! Mike Parker, Delacy Styles and Brandon Price had top ten fishes in showmanship. Delacy Styles and Kesley Kohl both took home a weight class win. Kesley Kohl placed 4th in the senior divison record book. Delacy Styles finished the show with a Division win and 4th place overall heifer bringing home the 750.00 check! Huge congrats to all students, and a big THANK YOU to the School System, Dairy Producers and Parents that made this season a big success!
PCHS girls basketball team are the Region 4AA Champs again! This makes for Back to Back winning years for Coach Hudson!
Mix-It-Up Day was heled on October 28th. All participants participated in activities to meet new people and enjoyed ice cream sundaes.
April Hall, Putnam County High school, is the Special Educator of the Year for the Putnam County Charter School System. She has really embraced ASPIRE and is a true advocate for her students.
We have been awarded over $2.4 million for our Youth Career Connect Grant, funded by the US Department of Labor over 4.5 years. We are one of 24 recipients across the nation and the only school in this and most of our surrounding states.
Web article: http://www.dol.gov/opa/media/press/eta/ETA20140580.htm
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