Daily Dress-up Schedule
Monday – Mulan Day (gender bender)
Tuesday – Sleeping Beauty Day (pj’s or dress like a prince or princess)
Wednesday – Wacky Wednesday (class colors)
Thursday – Twin Day
Friday - Hatchet Squad
For the remainder of the week, students will be allowed to wear a different color shirt with jeans for $1.
These are the colors for the rest of the week:
Wednesday: Wear BLUE to fight against prostate and colon cancer!
Thursday: Wear TEAL or GREEN to fight against ovarian or liver cancer!
Friday: Wear PINK to fight against breast cancer!
Short Sleeve Sizes Small-XL $12.00
Sizes 2X & 3X $14.00
Long Sleeve Sizes Small-XL $17.00
Sizes 2X & 3X $19.00
Make checks payable to PHS
Last day to order is Tuesday October 18th.
See Mrs. Marshall for questions
Come out and support our Lumberjacks as they take on the Berwick Panthers Thursday night. Please wear red to show your school spririt.
We have added a new section to the website called Counselor's Corner. You can find the page within the faculty directory. The page contains links to scholarships and test prep.
September 29th - Senior Drape & Tux Picutres will be taken.
September 30th - Fall / Yearbook pictures 9-11th graders may dress up for these pictures.
PHS will host its fall Crackerjack breakfast on September 28th at 8:30 a.m.
During November, some St. Mary Parish students will be asked to take part in an important survey on substance abuse, school dropout issues, delinquency, and violence conducted by the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. A copy of the survey can be found on this webage and on all school websites under District Links (at the bottom of each homepage) or at https://goo.gl/0FK1Ih.
At-Risk Interventionist Ms. Gidget Everitt, as the district's contact person, has released information about the survey, including a parent's ability to authorize an opt-out for a student. This Parent Letter includes the opt-out form, which will be included in a handout sent home to students in grades 6, 8, 10, and 12. Opt-out requests must be submitted to the school by Friday, October 21, 2016.
PHS was able to raise $800 to donate to help those affected by coastal flood in the recent storms. Thanks for your generocity.
Week 2 focuses on creating a culture of cybersecurity in the workplace by promoting best practices.
"All organizations – from large and small businesses to healthcare providers, academic institutions, government agencies and civil society – can experience data breaches or be targets of cybercrime, which can result in stolen intellectual property, theft of personal information or – if our critical infrastructure is attacked – a disruption to our way of life."
Cyber security is a shared responsibility. No individual, no business, and no government is solely responsibile for securing the Internet. Each of us plays a role. Acting to raise community awareness, educate young people, and training employees will help to make our "digital society safer and more resistant from attachks and more resilient if an attach occurs."
The StaySafeOnline.org website (sponsors of National Cyber Security Awareness Week) offers a Technology Checklist for Businesses that includes many of the best practices that are already in place in St. Mary Parish:
For Students: "Character builds slowly, but it can be torn down with incredible swiftness." --Faith Baldwin
For Staff: "A TRUE test of CHARACTER isn't how you are on your BEST DAYS but how you ACT on your WORST DAYS." --Unknown