5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Volleyball PJHS vs. CC at HOME!
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Volleyball PJHS vs. BJHS at BJHS!
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM PJHS vs Morgan City Football @ HOME
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Volleyball PJHS vs. Chitimacha at Chitimacha!
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM PJHS vs Berwick Football @ HOME
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Volleyball PJHS vs. BEB at BEB!
PJHS is collecting Box Tops and Community Coffee Labels! Please send these to the front office!
Congratulations to the September Students of the Month
5th Grade: Landon Lipari
6th Grade: Kayliegh Zahn
7th Grade: Angel Larce
8th Grade: Jamari Francis
A huge PJHS WELCOME to Mr. Spradling, our new principal. Good luck to Mrs. Bergeron in her new position as Elementary Supervisor at Central Office! We also said goodbye to Coach Landry....we wish him the best too!!
Student of the Month for December:
5th Grade: Alena Anslem
6th Grade: Emily Ackman
7th Grade: Kaylee Spurlin
8th Grade: Jacey Coomer
Congratulations to Coach Bianca Bennett for being selected as Teacher of the Year for PJHS. Your hard work, dedication, and commitment to our school is greatly appreciated! Thank you for all that you do! Good luck as you compete at the district level.
Congratulations to Mrs. Diana Washington for being selected as Faculty of the Month for December! Keep up the good work!
Teacher of the Month for November
Mrs. Caitlyn Minton
2016-2017 PJHS Boys' Basketball Team
Louis Jones, Jr.
2016-2017 Girls' Basketball Team
No one is exempt from falling victim to online impersonation, even the chairman of the Federal Trade Commission.
Nat Wood of the Consumer & Business Education division of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued a warning today about spam email that appears to be coming from Maureen Ohlhausen, the acting chairman of the FTC.
It's actually a phishing email that askes for your bank account information on the pretense that you will receive money from a government settlement with Western Union.
If you receive this email, don't respond OR click any links. Simply forward it to the FTC at email@example.com.
Wood assures readers that the FTC does work to shut down scams, but it "will never ask for money, your Social Security number, or any banking information." Yes, there is a settlement with Western Union in the works, but if you are entitled to a refund, you will receive a check via traditional mail.