Parchment’s Class of 2022 Grad Bash is hosting a Euchre Night! Saturday, February 19, 2022 6 pm - Dinner & Registration 7 pm - Play Begins Kalamazoo FOP Lodge 98 1721 Riverview Dr., Kalamazoo, MI 49004 Open to anyone 21 and older $20/person (includes food & registration) Come on out for a fun night to support the class of 2022 and a chance to win some prizes! Text Stephanie Winter at 269- 352-8154 to sign up your 2-person team. Event is limited to 22 teams.
Attn PHS: Conferences will be on Thurs, Jan 20th. From 3:30-5:30 we will offer virtual by phone appt. You MUST sign up at the link below for virtual conferences. 5:30-7:00 will be face to face and masks are required. https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0d49aea72aa6f5ce9-winter
Attention PHS Families: Our phones are working again.
Attention PHS Families: Our phones are down at this time. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have attendance to report or if your student is exempt from their 5th hour exam today. We MUST have your written permission to let them leave. Please do not text your student and assume they will show it to us. Thank you!!
Dear Parchment Families, Parchment High School is proud to be partnering with OK2SAY, a confidential student safety tip line through the state of Michigan. OK2SAY focuses on early intervention and prevention through awareness and education and is a critical way for Parchment staff to receive crucial information to be able to act in the health and safety of our students. Who can submit a tip on OK2SAY? ANYONE! Students, teachers, parents, or community can submit a tip. What should be reported? Anything that would jeopardize the health and safety of a particular student, or the student body as a whole (examples- threats of violence, suicide threats, hate crime, weapons possession, human trafficking, etc). How are reports made? Text: 652729 (OK2SAY) Website: ok2say.com Email: email@example.com Phone: 855-565-2729 What happens after a tip is submitted? Trained OK2SAY technicians will get in contact with the proper authorities, whether it is during school hours or outside of school hours, and act accordingly in collaboration with school officials and police. If you have questions about the OK2SAY system please feel free to contact the high school directly.
Therapy Dog at School! Parchment High School is excited to welcome Duncan, a certified therapy dog! There are many benefits from interacting with a therapy dog. At school these benefits include: increased academic skills, reduced stress and anxiety, and relationship building with staff and peers. Teachers may use time with Duncan as a class or individual reward. They may also ask Duncan to walk around the classroom during an assessment to decrease agitation. Counselors can use him as a way to calm an upset student. Duncan also serves as a buddy to read to or a morning greeter. Duncan is a black Labrador Retriever. He works with Mrs. Jansen, a high school math teacher. Duncan has earned a Canine Good Citizen (CGC) certificate and a CGC-Advanced certificate. He has taken classes on school-based interventions and has a therapy certification through Service Dog Certifications. Duncan is shy when he first gets to know you, but warms up quickly! Of course, he loves tennis balls and treats. Duncan is a master at shaking paws and is learning how to high-five. He is so excited to join the PHS family!
Fall Conferences - We ran our fall conferences last week. We had a hybrid model, offering both phone and face to face conferences. We were relatively busy in both formats and will continue offering both formats moving forward for the remainder of the year. If you missed conferences, please don't hesitate to call or email your student's teachers. Special THANK YOU to parents for the great meal they provided!
PHS: If you missed PAWLOOZA last night, please stop by the high school office from 8am to 3pm either Thursday or Friday to pick up your schedule, chromebook, and drop off any paperwork. We will see everyone on Monday morning! Doors open at 7:30am for PHS. #backtoschool
PHS: Chromebooks may be turned in to the HS library starting on Monday (6/7/21) before school, during all lunches, and during CORE. On Wednesday (6/9/21) return between 7:30am - 3:00pm to the office. On Thursday and Friday (6/10-6/11) drop them off after exams to the library.
Ms. Looper's English IIB students are reading the novel A Separate Peace, about sixteen year olds attending a prep school during WWII. The students presented aspects of a time capsule to learn about what was going on in the world during the 1940's. This student presented his part on the fashion of the 40's.
The College Success Students learned about Learning Styles. The students took the inventory and then were grouped according to their learning styles to teach the Multiple Intelligences, using their strengths. The Bodily-Kinesthetic group created a scavenger hunt that had different stations to demonstrate Howard Gardner's 9 Multiple Intelligences.
For the novel To Kill a Mockingbird, Ms. Looper's English I students wrote about what their parents and classmates would understand if they walked in their shoes. Students do a gallery walk to look at classmates' shoes. Students found out about the struggles their peers face on a day-to-day basis, especially during a pandemic.
The yearbook class is handing out yearbooks today. If you didn’t order one there are a limited number available first come first serve on Thursday for $60. See Ms Sarco!
Physics class they are making cars to test forces and learn to graph data.
The band! Love that they gave me a sneak peek into what they are working on for the spring concert!
Class of 2021, join us on May 8th from 5:30-8pm at Parchment High School for the Senior Gala, a night of dinner, awards, prizes, and more! Formal Invitations will be issued to the senior class next week. Tickets will be $15.00. #classof2021
Please join me in recognizing the following Honor Graduates of the Class of 2021! It requires hard work and dedication to earn these honors. This is the third year of the Latin Cum Laude System, which replaced the Valedictorian/Salutatorian system for the Class of 2018. The Latin Honors are earned by students who have a cumulative GPA of 3.000 and above at the end of their 2nd trimester of Senior year. There are three levels of this system; Cum Laude 3.00-3.499 (with praise) Magna Cum Laude 3.50-3.899 (with great praise) Summa Cum Laude 3.900 and above (with highest praise) Congratulations to these students! Please click the following link to see the Honor Graduates of the Class of 2021: https://5il.co/qxg1
Physics class trying to see how high they can build a tower with limited resources.
Winter festival lunch games for Thursday. Frozen T-shirt race
Winter Festival lunch game fun!