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District Announcements
Weather Makeup, 2015
WEATHER MAKEUP DAYS FOR STUDENTS
All additional weather makeup days for students have been forgiven.  Students do not have to make up the additional 4 days needed to complete the school calendar.  For students, tests and final exams will begin on May 19th and end on May 22nd.  May 22nd is the last day of school for students and is a 60% day, with school dismissing at 12:40.  Graduation is Friday, May 22nd at 8:00 PM, on Warrior Field.  If you have any questions, please contact your child's school.     


 
Summer Camps, 2015
Daddy-Daughter Dance, PHS, 2015
On March 28th, Pontotoc High School hosted their first Daddy-Daughter Dance.  It was a magical night for everyone involved!  Princesses, Aladdin, and Prince Charming were in attendance.

 
DDD Fairies, PHS, 2015
The fairies and our Fairy Godmother were able to be there.
DDD Royalty, PHS, 2015
So many of our local royalty were able to attend.

 
DDD Daddies, PHS, 2015
We were delighted that so many Daddies were present.
DDD Dancing, PHS, 2015
There was singing and dancing!

 
DDD Dinner, PHS, 2015
Everyone enjoyed a delicious dinner and one lucky princess went home with a delicious door prize donated by Happy Days Cafe.
DDD Thank you, PHS, 2015
Thank you all for attending our delightful event!  A special "thank you" to the faculty and staff of PHS, especially the coordinators, Donna McCullar and Tami Walls.  Thank you to the PHS Jazz Band!  Thank you, also, to the community volunteers that made this night a success.  It is our hope that this will become an annual event so be on the lookout for your invitation next year.

Rotary Leadership, 2015
These students from Pontotoc High School and North Pontotoc High School participated in the Rotary Leadership Program.  They also presented at our local Rotary Club luncheon.  Leadership is an important part of our community and our local Rotary Club is making sure we have good leaders in place in Pontotoc.  
Tennis Signees, 2015
Ryan Henry has signed a scholarship to play tennis at Millsaps College.  Ryan is the son of Wally and Jodi Henry.
Cheerleader Tryouts, 2015
2015-16 Varsity Cheerleader/Mascot Tryout Information
 



Mandatory Cheerleader/Mascot/Parent Meeting
March 26 at 6:00-PHS Commons
 
Tryout Clinic
April 20 3:15-6:00
 
Tryouts
April 21 4:00
 
DAR Awards, 2015
The Daughters of the American Revolution awarded their annual awards at their March meeting.  Pontotoc City Schools were well represented by students, faculty and staff.  Thank you, DAR, for supporting our schools and our community.

  
District Champs - Girls
2015 District 1
4A Girls Basketball Champions
Pontotoc Lady Warriors
 
District Champs - Boys
2015 District 1
4A Boys Basketball Champions


Pontotoc Warriors
TOY, 2015
Congratulations
to our
Teachers of the Year!
600th Win
Congratulations, 
Coach Bill Russell,
on your 600th career victory!
We would like to congratulate Coach Russell on his 600th win!  Coach Russell is in his 26th year as a head girls’ basketball coach.  His record is 600 wins and 228 losses.  This year’s seniors have only lost 9 times in grades 7-12 and only 1 time at home! He has been the division Coach of the Year 14 times and has carried his teams to state 10 out of 25 years! Coach Russell’s teams have won 13 division titles, have been North State Runner-up 5 times and North State Champions 4 times and have won State 2 times and were runner-up 3 other times.  We are looking forward to another State Tournament appearance this year as well as bringing our trophy home!


 
PHS Algebra Activity
The Algebra 1 Companion Classes at Pontotoc High School completed Part 1 of a Getting Career Ready Project.  This school year, the 2014 Mississippi College- and Career- Readiness Standards for Mathematics are being used as a guide for helping prepare students for the next grade level and life beyond high school.  The standards being addressed each day in the classroom are designed to expose students to experiences that reflect the value of mathematics, enhance students’ confidence in their ability to do mathematics, and link mathematics to the real-world.
As the end of the first semester neared, the Companion Math classes completed a booklet focusing on students’ interest in a particular career field.  The booklet consisted of a 2-page paper addressing areas such as, job description, employment facts, educational requirements, job outlook, earnings, and what generally happens in a day in the life of the career chosen.  Students also included with the paper a cover page and work cited page.  In addition, the booklet consisted of problems written by and solved by the students as it relates to their chosen career, various types of graphs, research pertaining to money markets as they begin to learn how to make money work for them, and multiple representations of data derived from situations that may occur in the their chosen career.  Each component of the booklet was driven by various standards learned during the semester.  The development of the booklet was both enjoyable and challenging to the students.


 
Softball Signees, 2014

Alex Brown has signed to play softball for Itawamba Community College. Alex is the daughter of Greg and Angie Brown.

Baseball Signees, 2014
Chance Witt has signed a scholarship to play baseball with East Mississippi Community College.  Chance is the son of Walter and Donna Witt.
PHS Jazz Band at Rotary
The Pontotoc High School Jazz Band was the program for the Pontotoc Rotary Club on December 16, 2014.  Rotary President Ellen Russell welcomed the group and they presented a variety of music, including big band tunes and Christmas selections.  Thank you, Jazz Band, for representing us across our community!
Baseball Signees, 2014
Wednesday, November 12 was National Signing Day for Division I and II college baseball and we are pleased to have had two of our young men take part.  Delvin Zinn, pictured here with his father Reggie Zinn, signed a scholarship with Mississippi State University as a middle infielder. Will Howard, pictured here with his father Ben Howard, signed as a catcher with Mississippi College.  The two young men have both excelled on the field as well as in the classroom.  We are so proud of these two young men!
 
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PREPS Award!
Pontotoc High School received the prestigious PREPS Value-Added Award for the outstanding work of the administrators, teachers, and students on the performance of the English II subject area test from the 2013-2014 school year.  PHS performed better than the statistical model predicted that it should based on the school's free/reduced lunch percentage.  Mr. Henry, Mrs. Rutledge (PHS Teacher of the Year), and Mrs. Parker, will attend PREPS Award Celebration at the annual conference March 17-19, 2015.  Mrs. Parker-Tutor and Mrs. Rutledge, last year's English II teachers, prepare to celebrate this accomplishment with the other PHS teachers.
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