9th Grade students will test on February 27 & 28.
10th Grade students will test on March 1 & 2.
FSA Writing Retakes will be on March 3.
FSA Writing Make Up day will be on March 8.
Please mark your calendar with the correct testing information. If you have any questions, please call the front office at 352-524-5500.
from 6:00 P.M.-8:00 P.M. Activity will begin in the Gym. See attached for more information.
The following calculators are approved to use on the test.
Thank you and have a great evening!
Red Ribbon Week is October 24-31. Each day has a drug free theme. Please join us in celebrating Red Ribbon week. M-10/24: Put a Cap on Drugs Day (Hat day) T-10/25: Put a Sock on Drugs Day (Wear tackiest Socks, mismatch, etc.) W-10/26- Be on a Drug Free Team Day (wear favorite Sports team Jersey or gear) TH-10/27 Shade Out Drugs Day (Wear Sunglasses) F-10/28 Wear RED Day (Cover campus in RED on Friday!)
Mark your calendars for the week of 10/31-11/4. PHS will participate in a statewide/district-wide campaign to identify and apply for technical school, colleges and/or universities. Colleges and technical schools from around the area will be on campus to answer your questions regarding programs and requirements. See Ms. Edwards for details. Also, to those who have applied and received their acceptance letters: Congratulations! Be sure to stop by the CRC to sign the board.
Girls Basketball Tryouts will begin Monday October 24th from 4:30 to 6pm. You must have a physical and have completed the required concussion course in order to participate. Any questions/concerns please see Coach Broner in Bldg 17 room 602.
Boys Basketball tryouts begin October 31st at 2:45 pm in the gym. Athletes must have a current physical on file to tryout. Stop by 4-205, Coach Webb’s room, if you have any questions.
Wrestling practice begins on Mon. November 7th at 2:15 p.m. after school in the gym. There are no try – outs. If you never wrestled before and want to learn how to become a champion, be there. Make sure you have your FHSAA Physical form completed, and also your district participation Fee.
Seniors interested in attending Saint Leo University should see Ms. Edwards. They will be on campus 11/8/2016 for an “Instant Admittance Day”.
Seniors: The deadline to submit senior quotes for the yearbook is just around the corner on November 5. Find the link to your senior quote & survey on the PHS website under the Yearbook tab or the c/o 2017 tab. See Mrs. Wallace in 16-509, if you have any questions.
Seniors, you must be photographed by Gigante BEFORE Winter Break, or you will NOT be in the 2017 yearbook. Call Gigante & book your appointment ASAP at (813) 907-1078
10-24 is the Sheriff’s Office code for “send help quickly”. Today, on 10-24 we would like to remind police officers and Sheriff’s Deputies that we are behind them as they protect our communities. We honor them and their families today and we are reminded that they sometime sacrifice their lives for us. So, if you see Officer McDougall today, take a minute to say “thank you”! “Thank you McDougall!!’
FBLA Club is selling customized pirate hot/cold tumblers for $20. Only available till November 4th.
Pirates – The NJROTC “Pirate Company” will be competing in the 13th Annual Iron Bear Challenge at Central High in Brooksville on October 29th. Show your school spirit and learn the things we at NJROTC do, besides shouting and push up and help us bring home the Spirit Award for the 3rd year in a row and if we win the whole event,
This is a reminder for students and parents that tutoring is offered every Tuesday and Thursday at Pasco High School from 2-2:40. Tutoring is offered in all core subject areas and the locations can be found in the cafeteria. Please encourage your student to take advantage of this great opportunity!
Do you know someone interested in applying for the Cambridge Programme for the 2017-2018 school year? information on how to apply can be found on the Pasco High School website. We also have three upcoming parent informational nights. The nights will take place on October 25th in the Pasco Middle School Auditorium, November 1st in the Weightman Middle School cafeteria, and November 15th in the John Long Middle School Cafeteria. All three events will begin at 6 p.m.
All 10th grade students are automatically signed up to take the PSAT on November 2nd at PHS. Parents have the option of opting their 10th grade student out of taking this exam. To do this please visit the PHS website and click on the PSAT banner to access the opt out letter. If you would like to opt your student out, print and sign the opt out letter and return it to Mrs. Benke at the back guidance desk no later than October 21st. If you are unable to print the letter paper copies will be available at the back guidance desk.
The PERT will be administered again at PHS on November 3rd at 2 p.m. in room 4-106. To sign up please see Mrs. Benke at the back guidance desk. RSVP forms are due by October 28th.
Attention 9, 10, and 11th grade students taking the PSAT. If you would like to use a calculator on the “calculator math portion” of the exam you must bring your OWN calculator. All questions can be solved without a calculator, but a scientific or graphing calculator is recommended. For a list of approved calculators visit the PHS website or ask your English teacher.
In regards to academics, don’t forget that tutoring is offered every Tuesday and Thursday at Pasco High School from 2-2:40. Tutoring is offered in all core subject areas and the locations can be found in the cafeteria. Please encourage your student to take advantage of this great opportunity!
Attention 9th thru 11th grade students and parents, students have had the opportunity to complete their course requests for next year. On Monday, April 3rd, the students will be receiving copies of their course requests along with an important letter/document. If students would like to make any changes to their course requests, they must complete the enclosed document and return to guidance no later than Monday, April 10th.
Students and Parents, as we start 4th quarter, we also start TESTING. It is crucial that students know their testing dates, locations, and times. FSA Testing begins TUESDAY! The students testing on Tuesday received a personal invitation with their testing information prior to break. If you are not sure if you test tomorrow or not, please see Mr. Brown. Please make sure that you are getting plenty of rest and eating a hearty breakfast. Every student receives free breakfast at Pasco High School.
Students, are you in need of community service? There are many community service opportunities available during the month of April. Please see Ms. Edwards for more information.
Come get “HAPPY” with the C/O 2020. The Freshman class is hosting Fundraiser Night at Happy Cow in Zephyrhills on Monday, April 3rd from 6 to 9 p.m. 20% of sales will be donated to PHS C/O 2020
Mark your calendar for Friday, April 7th. Come out to Jarrett Ford for our annual Spring Drive 4 UR School from 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. You can help your student’s club or sports team by completing a test drive and Ford in return will give up to 20 dollars to the club/sport of your choice.