Basketball homecoming spirit week fun!

  

  

 

Thank-you Boland's Mini Mart for providing our staff with lunch today. It was generous of you and delicious!

The Beta Club at PWHS teamed up with the American Red Cross to provide an opportunity for blood donors to receive a gift card from Amazon.

Those who donated blood at the recent blood drive should call 1-800-RED-CROSS, or go online to RedCrossBlood.org to update the email address on account. This should be done as soon as possible in order to receive the gift card.

Many lives have and will be saved or improved due to the selfless efforts of these organizations and to the volunteers that donated. Thank-you!


 

 

Are you a creative thinker? Are you innovative? Do you enjoy technology? Click on the graphic below to find out about an AP class opportunity that may interest you. 

The Boys Basketball team will be playing in the Sectional Tournament vs. Piketon on Monday, February 20th at Waverly at 6:45 PM.  Tickets are available in the High School office for $5.00.  25% of the revenue from tickets sold here goes back to the Boys Basketball Program.  The program gets no return from tickets bought at the game.

Let's Go Senators!

Why I Love PWHS

 Click on the picture above to see the Why I Love PWHS video on youtube.

Photos and author: Jennifer Moorhead

The Plaintiffs. Their story is real. 

The defense team makes a case. 

The PWHS Mock Trial team competed at the Regional Competition at Portsmouth Municipal Court on Friday, Feb. 10. To compete at the Regional Competition, the team had to win both its matches at the District Competition in January. At the Regional Competition, the Plaintiff side won its match against Notre Dame, and the Defense side lost to Ironton St. Joe, winners of the District Competition, in an extremely tight match. Only three points separated the teams.

Plaintiff attorney Noah Lovins won a second Best Attorney award. Plaintiff witness Jordan Willis won a second Best Witness award. Defense witness Alec Arnett also won a second Best Witness award. “We have had an amazing season and I am so proud of this team’s accomplishments,” said Ms. Jennifer Moorhead, Mock Trial coach. “They put in an incredible amount of practice and preparation and it showed at competition. They may have gone in as underdogs, but they  left with the best teams in the region knowing that West deserved to be there and were true contenders.”  Other team members include: Kaitlyn Bell, Eli Cole, J.P. Igaz, Candice Orris, and Abby Riley. Mr. Jay Willis is legal advisor.

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