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Palos Verdes Peninsula High School 

PALOS VERDES PENINSULA HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN FOR FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 2020

 

GENERAL

CORONAVIRUS PROTECTION

Good hygiene is more important than ever as we face the coronavirus threat. As you go through your day, wash your hands frequently with soap and water for 20 seconds (or sing Happy Birthday twice). Keep your hands away from your face. Cover your cough with a tissue or cough into your elbow. And if you are sick, stay home!

 

PEER MEDIATION TRAINING

If you are interested in conflict resolution and working to create a more peaceful world, there are a few openings in the peer mediation program here at Pen. Piloted by the Rotary Interact Club, peer mediators must attend a mandatory training led by professional mediator, Mark Ameli, TOMORROW, Mar. 14 from 12:30 to 3:30 in the PVPHS library. Lunch will be provided. Email Mr. Spalding at spalding@pvpusd.net or stop by H44 for more information.

 

COME BRAND WITH US

Want to help build the PVPHS style guide? Be a part of an innovative, challenging project. The style guide defines the PVPHS brand in print, digital and product spaces for years to come. If you like design, problem seeking and solving, writing, brand management, business communications or production, come learn with us. You will get art class credit for 2020-2021, real world experience and build your capacity. Come to the information session in S14 next Monday, Mar. 16. Come brand with us!

 

AP SEMINAR

If you want to build your skills in public speaking, debating, and creating engaging presentations, then consider joining AP Seminar. We discuss real world, real time issues of interest to you. Come to the information session TODAY at lunch in H35 to learn more.

 

SPRING CHOIR CONCERT

Mark your calendars now for the spring choir concert on Friday, Mar. 20 at 7:30 pm at Rolling Hills United Methodist Church. “Music Through the Ages” is a tribute to classical and contemporary composers. Tickets are available at the door for $10 adults; $5 students or you can order here.

 

FRIENDSHIP DEDICATION

Commemorate your high school friendships and purchase a friendship dedication in the yearbook. Contact Mrs. DeMeyer in H52 for more information. Deadline is Friday, Mar. 27.

 

SUMMER SCHOOL

Summer school is coming to Pen June 22 to July 30 and is open to 9th through 12th grade. Online registration is as follows: Tuesday, Mar. 17 (incoming seniors); Wednesday, Mar. 18 (incoming juniors); Thursday, Mar. 19 (incoming sophomores); and Monday, April 13 (incoming freshmen). Go to pvpss.com for additional information.

 

COLLEGE CAREER CENTER

PRACTICE ACT/SAT AND SAT SUBJECT TESTS

Practice tests for the ACT/SAT and SAT subjects will be on Saturday, Mar. 21 in the CCC. Students report at 8:40 am and are done at about 1:00 pm. The practice tests do not count in any way, but allow students to experience the testing environment. Sign-ups are TODAY through Mar. 18 by 3:00 pm in the CCC. A donation of $20 cash or check made out to PVPHS College Career Center is appreciated.

 

“HOW TO COLLEGE” SERIES CONTINUES

Congratulations, seniors! You’re almost finished with the college admission process. Now it’s decision time. Anxious about what school is best for you? Feeling disappointed or upset you were waitlisted and not admitted? Overwhelmed at the prospect of making a decision? You are not alone. Come to the CCC at lunch on Thursday, Mar. 19 to learn more.

 

COUNSELING

LUNCHTIME COURSE PRESENTATIONS

If you are interested in AP Seminar, come to the presentation TODAY in H35 or T106 to learn about AP Computer Science Principles. You’ll find out more about the material covered and teacher expectations for the 2020-2021 school year.

 

ATHLETICS

EARLY DISMISSAL

Please excuse the boys’ varsity lacrosse players today at 1:15 for their game at Marina High and the JV boys’ lacrosse players at 2:00 for their game against Redondo.

 

Palos Verdes Peninsula High School 

PALOS VERDES PENINSULA HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN FOR THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 2020

 

GENERAL

WORLD LANGUAGE WEEK CONTINUES

Peninsula applauds the diversity of world languages through TOMORROW, Mar. 13. Each day a different language will be celebrated at lunch with a performance in the amphitheater (weather permitting). TODAY the spotlight is on Japan.

 

ULTIMATE BREAKFAST BURRITO

Have breakfast for lunch and try out the March special at the food cart next to the library. Filled with eggs, turkey bacon, cheese and hash browns, this burrito is also served with a side of salsa. Available only on Tuesdays and Thursdays this month, so get it while you can. And remember, the cafeteria is open from 6:00 am to 1:00 pm every school day for meal and snack purchases.

 

PEER MEDIATION TRAINING

If you are interested in conflict resolution and working to create a more peaceful world, there are a few openings in the peer mediation program here at Pen. Piloted by the Rotary Interact Club, peer mediators must attend a mandatory training led by professional mediator, Mark Ameli, this Saturday, Mar. 14 from 12:30 to 3:30 in the PVPHS library. Lunch will be provided. Email Mr. Spalding at spalding@pvpusd.net or stop by H44 for more information.

 

COME BRAND WITH US

Want to help build the PVPHS style guide? Be a part of an innovative, challenging project. The style guide defines the PVPHS brand in print, digital and product spaces for years to come. If you like design, problem seeking and solving, writing, brand management, business communications or production, come learn with us. You will get art class credit for 2020-2021, real world experience and build your capacity. Come to the information session in S14 next Monday, Mar. 16. Come brand with us!

 

FREAKY FRIDAY

Come and enjoy the mayhem when a mother and daughter switch bodies for a “Freaky Friday.” The spring musical final performances are TODAY at 4:00 pm; Friday and Saturday, Mar. 13 and 14 at 7:00 pm, followed by the last performance on Sunday, Mar. 15 at 2:00 pm. Tickets are $20 for adults; $15 for students; $12 for ASB and children under 12. Tickets may be purchased at the Student Store, at the PAC before each show or email pendramatickets@cox.net.

 

AP SEMINAR

If you want to build your skills in public speaking, debating, and creating engaging presentations, then consider joining AP Seminar. We discuss real world, real time issues of interest to you. Come to the information session TOMORROW, Mar. 13 at lunch in H35 to learn more.

 

FRIENDSHIP DEDICATION

Commemorate your high school friendships and purchase a friendship dedication in the yearbook. Contact Mrs. DeMeyer in H52 for more information. Deadline is Friday, Mar. 27.

 

STUDENT PARKING ALERT

Students who have an assigned parking spot must have the current quarterly parking placard prominently displayed or you will be ticketed.

 

SUMMER SCHOOL

Summer school is coming to Pen June 22 to July 30 and is open to 9th through 12th grade. Online registration is as follows: Tuesday, Mar. 17 (incoming seniors); Wednesday, Mar. 18 (incoming juniors); Thursday, Mar. 19 (incoming sophomores); and Monday, April 13 (incoming freshmen). Go to pvpss.com for additional information.

 

PTSA HONORARY SERVICE AWARD

Nominations are open for the annual PTSA honorary service award which recognizes those who have gone above and beyond to support the Panther community. You may nominate teachers, parents, administrators, students or community groups. Print out the nomination form here and turn it in by Friday, Mar. 20. The winner will be announced at the award ceremony in May.

 

CLUBS

MUN

All members of the Model UN must come to the mandatory meeting TODAY at lunch in the PAC.

 

GAMING COMMUNITY CLUB

Come to S60 at lunch TODAY for gaming and a smash tournament.

 

MATH TEAM

Please join the Math Team TODAY at lunch in S45 for ASMA 6.

 

GSA CLUB

Join the Gender Sexuality Alliance club TODAY at lunch in S66 to play fun games and escape the cold.

 

ATHLETICS

EARLY DISMISSAL

Please excuse the JV golf team at the start of lunch today for their match vs. Millikan at El Dorado.

 

 

Palos Verdes Peninsula High School 

PALOS VERDES PENINSULA HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN FOR WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 2020

 

LATE START SCHEDULE TODAY

 

GENERAL

WORLD LANGUAGE WEEK CONTINUES

Peninsula applauds the diversity of world languages through Friday, Mar. 13. Each day a different language will be celebrated at lunch with a performance in the amphitheater (weather permitting). TODAY the spotlight is on Korea.

 

COME BRAND WITH US

Want to help build the PVPHS style guide? Be a part of an innovative, challenging project. The style guide defines the PVPHS brand in print, digital and product spaces for years to come. If you like design, problem seeking and solving, writing, brand management, business communications or production, come learn with us. You will get art class credit for 2020-2021, real world experience and build your capacity. Come to the information session TODAY at lunch in S14. A second session will be next Monday, Mar. 16. Come brand with us!

 

FREAKY FRIDAY

Come and enjoy the mayhem when a mother and daughter switch bodies for a “Freaky Friday.” The spring musical final performances are TOMORROW, Mar. 12 at 4:00 pm; Friday and Saturday, Mar. 13 and 14 at 7:00 pm, followed by the last performance on Sunday, Mar. 15 at 2:00 pm. Tickets are $20 for adults; $15 for students; $12 for ASB and children under 12. Tickets may be purchased at the Student Store, at the PAC before each show or email pendramatickets@cox.net.

 

AP SEMINAR

If you want to build your skills in public speaking, debating, and creating engaging presentations, then consider joining AP Seminar. We discuss real world, real time issues of interest to you. Come to the information session on Friday, Mar. 13 at lunch in H35 to learn more.

 

FRIENDSHIP DEDICATION

Commemorate your high school friendships and purchase a friendship dedication in the yearbook. Contact Mrs. DeMeyer in H52 for more information.

 

SUMMER SCHOOL

Summer school is coming to Pen June 22 to July 30 and is open to 9th through 12th grade. Online registration is as follows: Tuesday, Mar. 17 (incoming seniors); Wednesday, Mar. 18 (incoming juniors); Thursday, Mar. 19 (incoming sophomores); and Monday, April 13 (incoming freshmen). Go to pvpss.com for additional information.

 

SPRING CHOIR CONCERT

Mark your calendars now for the spring choir concert on Friday, Mar. 20 at 7:30 pm at Rolling Hills United Methodist Church. “Music Through the Ages” is a tribute to classical and contemporary composers. Tickets are available at the door for $10 adults; $5 students or you can order here.

 

PTSA HONORARY SERVICE AWARD

Nominations are open for the annual PTSA honorary service award which recognizes those who have gone above and beyond to support the Panther community. You may nominate teachers, parents, administrators, students or community groups. Print out the nomination form here and turn it in by Friday, Mar. 20. The winner will be announced at the award ceremony in May.

 

CLUBS

MATH TEAM

Please join the Math Team TOMORROW, Mar. 12 at lunch in S45 for ASMA 6.

 

GSA CLUB

Join the Gender Sexuality Alliance club TOMORROW, Mar. 12 at lunch in S66 to play fun games and escape the cold.

 

COLLEGE CAREER CENTER

PRACTICE ACT/SAT AND SAT SUBJECT TESTS

Practice tests for the ACT/SAT and SAT subjects will be on Saturday, Mar. 21 in the CCC. Students report at 8:40 am and are done at about 1:00 pm. The practice tests do not count in any way, but allow students to experience the testing environment. Sign-ups begin TODAY and continue through Mar. 18 at 3:00 pm in the CCC. A donation of $20 cash or check made out to PVPHS College Career Center is appreciated.

 

ATHLETICS

EARLY DISMISSAL: GOLF

Please excuse the boys’ JV golf team at 1:25 pm today for their match at Redondo.

 

EARLY DISMISSAL: LACROSSE

Please excuse the varsity boys’ lacrosse team at 1:50 pm today for their game at PV High.

 

Palos Verdes Peninsula High School 

PALOS VERDES PENINSULA HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN FOR MONDAY, MARCH 9, 2020

 

 

GENERAL

WORLD LANGUAGE WEEK CONTINUES

Peninsula applauds the diversity of world languages through Friday, Mar. 13. Each day a different language will be celebrated at lunch with a performance in the amphitheater. TODAY the Chinese language students take center stage.

 

SERVICE LEARNING LEADERSHIP

We are looking for Panthers who want to make our world a better place, learn leadership skills and make lifelong friendships by becoming a member of the Service Learning Leadership class. Join Ms. Myrick in the CCC at lunch TOMORROW, Mar. 10 to learn more about what we do.

 

COME BRAND WITH US

Want to help build the PVPHS style guide? Be a part of an innovative, challenging project. The style guide defines the PVPHS brand in print, digital and product spaces for years to come. If you like design, problem seeking and solving, writing, brand management, business communications or production, come learn with us. You will get art class credit for 2020-2021, real world experience and build your capacity. Come to the information session this Wednesday, Mar. 11 at lunch in S14. A second session will be next Monday, Mar. 16. Come brand with us!

 

FRIENDSHIP DEDICATION

Commemorate your high school friendships and purchase a friendship dedication in the yearbook. Contact Mrs. DeMeyer in H52 for more information.

 

SPRING CHOIR CONCERT

Mark your calendars now for the spring choir concert on Friday, Mar. 20 at 7:30 pm at Rolling Hills United Methodist Church. “Music Through the Ages” is a tribute to classical and contemporary composers. Tickets are available at the door for $10 adults; $5 students or you can order here.

 

CLUBS

BEST BUDDIES

Come to the meeting TODAY at lunch in P206/207.

 

COLLEGE CAREER CENTER

COMMUNITY COLLEGES AND THE TRANSFER OPTIONS

Students and parents interested in learning more about community colleges and the transfer process are welcome to come to a panel discussion in the CCC TOMORROW, Mar. 10 at 6:30 pm. Representatives from El Camino College, Los Angeles Harbor College, Cal State University and UCLA will participate.

 

PRACTICE ACT/SAT AND SAT SUBJECT TESTS

Practice tests for the ACT/SAT and SAT subjects will be on Saturday, Mar. 21 in the CCC. Students report at 8:40 am and are done at about 1:00 pm. The practice tests do not count in any way, but allow students to experience the testing environment. Sign-ups begin TODAY and continue through Mar. 21 at 3:00 pm in the CCC. A donation of $20 cash or check made out to PVPHS College Career Center is appreciated.

 

ATHLETICS

EARLY DISMISSAL: GOLF

Please excuse varsity boys’ golf team members today at 9:30 am for their match at Aliso Viejo Country Club.

 

LAST PEP FLAG TWIRL DAY

Learn how to twirl or perfect your twirling skills by coming to the last twirl workshop outside the North Dance room TODAY from 3:00 to 4:30 pm. For more information, email alvillarl@pvpusd.net.

Palos Verdes Peninsula High School 

PALOS VERDES PENINSULA HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN FOR FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 2020

 

GENERAL

FREAKY FRIDAY

Come and enjoy the mayhem when a mother and daughter switch bodies for a “Freaky Friday.” The spring musical opens TONIGHT at 7:00 pm, followed by two shows on Saturday, Mar. 7 at 2:00 and 7:00 pm. Performances are also scheduled for next weekend. Tickets are $20 for adults; $15 for students; $12 for ASB and children under 12. Tickets may be purchased at the Student Store, at the PAC before each show or email pendramatickets@cox.net.

 

WORLD LANGUAGE WEEK BEGINS TODAY

Peninsula applauds the diversity of world languages TODAY through Friday, Mar. 13. Each day a different language will be celebrated with the Latin classes leading off at lunch in the amphitheater. More to come next week!

 

TSA EVENT

There is a mandatory Technology Student Association Event meeting TODAY at lunch in P210. The final roster for the state conference will be set.

 

SERVICE LEARNING LEADERSHIP

We are looking for Panthers who want to make our world a better place, learn leadership skills and make lifelong friendships by becoming a member of the Service Learning Leadership class. Join Ms. Myrick in the CCC at lunch next Tuesday, Mar. 10 to learn more about what we do.

 

CLUBS

STRESS FREE GRAMS

The M.S. Awareness Club is selling Stress Free Grams TODAY in the amphitheater at lunch. They’re $1.50 each and come with a note saying “spread a little kindness to your friends and those who are stressed,” an orange awareness pin and a cookie. They will be hand delivered during third period on Monday, Mar. 9.

 

ROTARY INTERACT CLUB

Join the Rotary Interact club TODAY at lunch in H44 to learn about upcoming volunteer opportunities.

 

COUNSELING

TUTORS NEEDED

You can help other Pen students with their academic hurdles and earn money at the same time. See Mrs. Juge in the Counseling Office to become a tutor.

 

ATHLETICS

EARLY DISMISSAL: GIRLS’ LACROSSE

Please excuse the girls’ varsity lacrosse today from fifth and sixth periods for their game at Costa.

 

LAST PEP FLAG TWIRL DAY

Learn how to twirl or perfect your twirling skills by coming to the last twirl workshop outside the North Dance room on Monday, Mar. 9 from 3:00 to 4:30 pm. For more information, email alvillarl@pvpusd.net.

Palos Verdes Peninsula High School 

PALOS VERDES PENINSULA HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN FOR THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 2020

GENERAL

M.S. AWARENESS

Do you have a talent you want to share? Then audition for the Multiple Sclerosis Awareness club multi-talent show coming March 21st. All talents are welcome, both students and staff. Auditions are in S33 from 3:00 to 5:00 pm TODAY for drama, instruments and all other talent. Auditions are scheduled in 10 minute slots. For more information, email pvphs@gmail.com or to sign up, click here.

 

ULTIMATE BREAKFAST BURRITO

Have breakfast for lunch and try out the March special at the food cart next to the library. Filled with eggs, turkey bacon, cheese and hash browns, this burrito is also served with a side of salsa. Available only on Tuesdays and Thursdays this month, so get it while you can. And remember, the cafeteria is open from 6:00 am to 1:00 pm every school day for meal and snack purchases.

 

BRAIN BUSTER GRAND PRIZE WINNERS

Congratulations to Sean Chou and Bryan Yohannan, the grand prize winners in the B.S.U. Brain Busters contest. Come and collect your prizes in H11.

 

FREAKY FRIDAY

Come and enjoy the mayhem when a mother and daughter switch bodies for a “Freaky Friday.” The spring musical opens TOMORROW, Mar. 6 at 7:00 pm, followed by two shows on Saturday, Mar. 7 at 2:00 and 7:00 pm. Performances are also scheduled for next weekend. Tickets are $20 for adults; $15 for students; $12 for ASB and children under 12. Tickets may be purchased at the Student Store, at the PAC before each show or email pendramatickets@cox.net.

 

SERVICE LEARNING LEADERSHIP

We are looking for Panthers who want to make our world a better place, learn leadership skills and make lifelong friendships by becoming a member of the Service Learning Leadership class. Join Ms. Myrick in the CCC at lunch next Tuesday, Mar. 10 to learn more about what we do.

 

FRIENDSHIP DEDICATION

Commemorate your high school friendships and purchase a friendship dedication in the yearbook. Contact Mrs. DeMeyer in H52 for more information.

 

CLUBS

MUN

All members of the Model UN must come to the mandatory meeting TODAY at lunch in the PAC.

 

STRESS FREE GRAMS

The M.S. Awareness Club is selling Stress Free Grams TODAY and TOMORROW, Mar. 6 in the amphitheater at lunch. They’re $1.50 each and come with a note saying “spread a little kindness to your friends and those who are stressed,” an orange awareness pin and a cookie. They will be hand delivered during third period on Monday, Mar. 9.

 

FRIENDSHIP CLUB

Join Friendship Club TODAY at lunch in H32 for pizza and karaoke.

 

COUNSELING

LUNCHTIME COURSE PRESENTATIONS

If you are interested in AP Art History, come to the presentation TODAY in S14. You’ll find out more about the material covered and teacher expectations for the 2020-2021 school year.

 

ATHLETICS

LAST PEP FLAG TWIRL DAY

Learn how to twirl or perfect your twirling skills by coming to the last twirl workshop outside the North Dance room on Monday, Mar. 9 from 3:00 to 4:30 pm. For more information, email alvillarl@pvpusd.net.

Palos Verdes Peninsula High School 

PALOS VERDES PENINSULA HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN FOR WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 2020

 

Late Start Schedule

Period 0: 9:00 to 9:40 Period 4: 12:00 to 12:40

Period 1: 9:45 to 10:25 LUNCH: 12:40 to 1:15

Period 2: 10:30 to 11:10 Period 5: 1:20 to 2:00

Period 3: 11:15 to 11:55 Period 6: 2:05 to 2:45

 

GENERAL

LAST DAY TO VOTE

Freshmen, sophomores and juniors—today is your last day to vote in the ASB elections. Choose the candidates you want to represent your class for the 2020-2021 school year. The voting links are: current juniors click here; current sophomores click here; and current freshmen, click here. The online poll closes TONIGHT at 8:00 pm.

 

M.S. AWARENESS

Do you have a talent you want to share? Then audition for the Multiple Sclerosis Awareness club multi-talent show coming March 21st. All talents are welcome, both students and staff. Auditions are in S33 from 3:00 to 5:00 pm TOMORROW, Mar. 5 for drama, instruments and all other talent. Auditions are scheduled in 10 minute slots. For more information, email pvphs@gmail.com or to sign up, click here.

 

FREAKY FRIDAY

Come and enjoy the mayhem when a mother and daughter switch bodies for a “Freaky Friday.” The spring musical opens this Friday, Mar. 6 at 7:00 pm, followed by two shows on Saturday, Mar. 7 at 2:00 and 7:00 pm. Performances are also scheduled for next weekend. Tickets are $20 for adults; $15 for students; $12 for ASB and children under 12. Tickets may be purchased at the Student Store, at the PAC before each show or email pendramatickets@cox.net.

 

STUDENT PARKING ALERT

Students who have an assigned parking spot must have the current quarterly parking placard prominently displayed or you will be ticketed.

 

SERVICE LEARNING LEADERSHIP

We are looking for Panthers who want to make our world a better place, learn leadership skills and make lifelong friendships by becoming a member of the Service Learning Leadership class. Join Ms. Myrick in the CCC at lunch next Tuesday, Mar. 10 to learn more about what we do.

 

CLUBS

STRESS FREE GRAMS

The M.S. Awareness Club is selling Stress Free Grams TOMORROW, Mar. 5 and Friday, Mar. 6 in the amphitheater at lunch. They’re $1.50 each and come with a note saying “spread a little kindness to your friends and those who are stressed,” an orange awareness pin and a cookie. They will be hand delivered during third period on Monday, Mar. 9.

 

FRIENDSHIP CLUB

Join Friendship Club TOMORROW, Mar. 5 at lunch in H32 for pizza and karaoke.

 

COUNSELING

LUNCHTIME COURSE PRESENTATIONS

If you are interested in English 3 Honors or AP English language, come to the presentation TODAY in H45. You’ll find out more about the material covered and teacher expectations for the 2020-2021 school year.

 

TUTORS NEEDED

You can help other Pen students with their academic hurdles and earn money at the same time. See Mrs. Juge in the Counseling Office to become a tutor.

 

ATHLETICS

EARLY DISMISSAL

Please excuse the varsity and frosh/soph tennis players at 1:30 today for their match at South Torrance.

 

PEP FLAG TWIRL DAYS

Learn how to twirl or perfect your twirling skills by coming to the twirl workshops outside the North Dance room TODAY from 3:30 to 5:00 pm; and Monday, Mar. 9 from 3:00 to 4:30 pm. For more information, email alvillarl@pvpusd.net.

 

BLACK & GOLD AFFAIRE

It’s almost time for the annual Black & Gold fundraiser hosted by the Athletic Booster Club. Space is limited for the Saturday, Mar. 7 event this weekend at the Palos Verdes Gold Club. Tickets are available at pvphsabc.com or you can call (310) 613-4085 for more information. The online auction is now open with the proceeds going to help PVPHS student athletes. Check it out at penblackandgold.com.

 

Palos Verdes Peninsula High School 

PALOS VERDES PENINSULA HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN FOR TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 2020

ASB Election Schedule

Period 0: 7:05 to 7:55 Period 4: 11:25 to 12:16

Period 1: 8:00 to 8:51 LUNCH: 12:16 to 12:51

Period 2: 8:57 to 9:53 Period 5: 12:57 to 1:48

Period 3: 9:59 to 11:19 Period 6: 1:54 to 2:45

(An election video will be shown at pvphs.com under Panther Picks at the start of Period 3. Students may vote on their phones or on the computers immediately after the video.)

GENERAL

ULTIMATE BREAKFAST BURRITO

Have breakfast for lunch and try out the March special at the food cart next to the library. Filled with eggs, turkey bacon, cheese and hash browns, this burrito is also served with a side of salsa. Available only on Tuesdays and Thursdays this month, so get it while you can. And remember, the cafeteria is open from 6:00 am to 1:00 pm every school day for meal and snack purchases.

 

M.S. AWARENESS

Do you have a talent you want to share? Then audition for the Multiple Sclerosis Awareness club multi-talent show coming March 21st. All talents are welcome, both students and staff. Auditions are in S33 from 3:00 to 5:00 pm this Thursday, Mar. 5 for drama, instruments and all other talent. Auditions are scheduled in 10 minute slots. For more information, email pvphs@gmail.com or to sign up, click here.

 

FREAKY FRIDAY

Come and enjoy the mayhem when a mother and daughter switch bodies for a “Freaky Friday.” The spring musical opens this Friday at 7:00 pm, followed by two shows on Saturday at 2:00 and 7:00 pm. Performances are also scheduled for next weekend. Tickets are $20 for adults; $15 for students; $12 for ASB and children under 12. Tickets may be purchased at the Student Store, at the PAC before each show or email pendramatickets@cox.net.

 

STUDENT PARKING ALERT

Students who have an assigned parking spot must have the current quarterly parking placard prominently displayed or you will be ticketed.

 

FRIENDSHIP DEDICATION

Commemorate your high school friendships and purchase a friendship dedication in the yearbook. Contact Mrs. DeMeyer in H52 for more information. Deadline is Friday, Mar. 27.

 

CLUBS

CHEM CLUB/ACS CHEMISTRY OLYMPIAD TEST

If you signed up to take the ACS Chemistry Olympiad test, come to P210 during lunch TODAY to sign up for a time slot.

 

HARRY POTTER CLUB

Come and enjoy a cold butter beer and watch “A Very Potter Musical” at the meeting TODAY at lunch in S32.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS CLUB

Come to the meeting TODAY at lunch in P206 and help plan a possible fundraiser to help Australia.

 

STRESS FREE GRAMS

The M.S. Awareness Club is selling Stress Free Grams this Thursday, Mar. 5 and Friday, Mar. 6 in the amphitheater at lunch. They’re $1.50 each and come with a note, an orange awareness pin and a cookie. They will be hand delivered during third period on Monday, Mar. 9.

 

COUNSELING

LUNCHTIME COURSE PRESENTATIONS

If you are interested in Comparative Religions, Philosophy or Ethics, come to the presentation TODAY in P206. You’ll find out more about the material covered and teacher expectations for the 2020-2021 school year.

ATHLETICS

EARLY DISMISSAL: SOFTBALL

Please excuse the varsity and JV softball teams today at 1:00 pm.

 

EARLY DISMISSAL: TENNIS

Please excuse the varsity and frosh/soph tennis teams at 1:30 pm today for their match at West Torrance.

 

EARLY DISMISSAL: BOYS’ LACROSSE

Please excuse the varsity and JV boys’ lacrosse teams today at 1:45 pm for their home games against Glendale.

PEP FLAG TWIRL DAYS

Learn how to twirl or perfect your twirling skills by coming to the twirl workshops outside the North Dance room Wednesday, Mar. 4 from 3:30 to 5:00 pm; and Monday, Mar. 9 from 3:00 to 4:30 pm. For more information, email alvillarl@pvpusd.net.

BLACK & GOLD AFFAIRE

It’s almost time for the annual Black & Gold fundraiser hosted by the Athletic Booster Club. Space is limited for the Saturday, Mar. 7 event this weekend at the Palos Verdes Gold Club. Tickets are available at pvphsabc.com or you can call (310) 613-4085 for more information. The online auction is now open with the proceeds going to help PVPHS student athletes. Check it out at penblackandgold.com.

 

Palos Verdes Peninsula High School 

PALOS VERDES PENINSULA HIGH SCHOOL

DAILY BULLETIN FOR MONDAY, MARCH 2, 2020

 

 

GENERAL

BSU BRAIN BUSTER ANSWER

To celebrate Black History month, the Black Student Union has offered a daily Brain Buster. The answer to the final question on Friday is: Alvin Ailey was a legendary dancer, director and choreographer who fused theater, modern dance, ballet and jazz with the black vernacular. His dance company still actively performs today.

 

M.S. AWARENESS

Do you have a talent you want to share? Then audition for the Multiple Sclerosis Awareness club multi-talent show coming March 21st. All talents are welcome, both students and staff. Auditions are in S33 from 3:00 to 5:00 pm this Thursday, Mar. 5 for drama, instruments and all other talent. Auditions are scheduled in 10 minute slots. For more information, email pvphs@gmail.com or to sign up, click here.

 

LINK CREW

Are you a sophomore or junior interested in trying out for Link Crew? Come to P103 at lunch TODAY to find out more about the program and the application process. If you attended last week’s session, you do not need to come to the meeting today.

 

FRIENDSHIP DEDICATION

Commemorate your high school friendships and purchase a friendship dedication in the yearbook. Contact Mrs. DeMeyer in H52 for more information.

 

CLUBS

STRESS FREE GRAMS

The M.S. Awareness Club is selling Stress Free Grams this Thursday, Mar. 5 and Friday, Mar. 6 in the amphitheater at lunch. They’re $1.50 each and come with a note, an orange awareness pin and a cookie. They will be hand delivered during third period on Monday, Mar. 9.

 

COUNSELING

TUTORS NEEDED

You can help other Pen students with their academic hurdles and earn money at the same time. See Mrs. Juge in the Counseling Office to become a tutor.

 

ATHLETICS

CHEER TRYOUTS

Want to try out for the 2020-2021 cheer season? Then you must come to the mandatory meeting TODAY at 5:15 pm in the Fieldhouse. Both a parent and the cheer candidate must attend. For additional information, contact Coach Stoneman at stonemank@pvpusd.net.

 

PEP FLAG TWIRL DAYS

Learn how to twirl or perfect your twirling skills by coming to the twirl workshops outside the North Dance room TODAY from 3:00 to 4:30pm; Wednesday, Mar. 4 from 3:30 to 5:00 pm; and Monday, Mar. 9 from 3:00 to 4:30 pm. For more information, email alvillarl@pvpusd.net.

 

BLACK & GOLD AFFAIRE

It’s almost time for the annual Black & Gold fundraiser hosted by the Athletic Booster Club. Space is limited for the Saturday, Mar. 7 event this weekend at the Palos Verdes Gold Club. Tickets are available at pvphsabc.com or you can call (310) 613-4085 for more information. The online auction is now open with the proceeds going to help PVPHS student athletes. Check it out at penblackandgold.com.