April 28, 2017                                                           Today is a “D” Day

 

Attention Juniors – Your fundraiser orders must be turned in to Mrs. Sosnowski by the end of the day today.

Prom is coming up quickly.  Prom is set for Saturday, May 20th at the Bartlett Country Club.  Tickets will go on sale, Monday, May 1st and will be sold for two weeks only.  You must purchase your tickets by Friday, May 12.  No tickets will be sold at the door.  Tickets are $40 a person or $80 a couple.  Tickets will be sold during lunch periods in Mrs. Welty’s room- if she is not in her room, she is in the computer lab. Just a reminder-Prom is for juniors and seniors only.   Make sure to get your tickets starting Monday!

 

Attention Students interested in taking Driver Education – If you have not yet signed up – please do so today.   

The Main Office is collecting applications and artwork submissions for next year’s Student Agenda handbook.  If you would like to submit a handmade or computerized art piece and take a chance at winning a Cash Award – PLEASE stop in to pick up a Contest Application today!  The deadline is May 26th !

 

Scholastic Challenge final meeting is  Monday, May 1st, in Mr. Rogers room.  Please bring something to share for our party.

 

Attention Mr. Backus’ Phys. Ed. Classes: we will be meeting in the Pool this week for Kayaking. Be prepared with a change of clothes!

All Drama Club members need to stop in Mrs. Maxson’s room this week to pick up your form for the Theatre Banquet.  They must be filled out and returned by May 11th.

 

The Portville Modified Baseball team recorded another win last night in Salamanca. Randy Babb led the way offensively, batting 2 for 3 with 2 RBI’s. Joe Long and Nate Petryszak (pet-tree-zee-ak) also tallied two hits. The boys look to keep their hot streak alive next week in Franklinville. Practice today will be from 3:00-5:00, be in Mr. Pleakis’ room by 2:45.

 

The Portville Varsity Softball team fell to 4-2 last night at the hands of the Lady Terrors of Otto-Eldred 5-3. An error riddled first inning allowed OE to jump out to 4-0 lead after one which proved to be a whole to deep for the Panthers to dig out of. There was no quit in Portville as they battled back to score three runs in the 6th but they would get no closer. Syd Colligan pitched the whole game only walking 2 batters, tossing 2 strikeouts, and scattering 7 hits. Portville was lead offensively by Jill Hlasnick who went 2-3 with 2 singles, a runs scored, and 2 stolen bases. Bryn Milne chipped in a single and a run scored while Kara Howard added a single and 2 RBI's. Portville will next travel to Gowanda today for a CCAA Div. 1 East matchup. Game time is 4:30pm. GO PANTHERS!

 

Band lessons today are:

Period 1: Sam, Mike, Derek, and Allen

Period 2: Mac, Donald, Adam, Andre, and Brandon

Period 3: Kirkland and Justus

Period 5: James, Caleb, Mat, Gunner, and Joe

Period 8: Brenton and Mike

Period 9: Al and Elena

 

Chorus lessons today are cancelled. 

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