DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, April 19, 2018

D Day



LIBRARY INFORMATION:

Library Hours for This Week:

Monday, Tuesday, Friday:  7:45 am to 3:15 pm

Tuesday, Wednesday :  7:45 am to 3:45 pm



STUDENT INFORMATION:


PROM INFORMATION:  Prom guest forms are NOW available in the main office until Friday, April 20th.  Guest forms are NOT needed for PV students, only outside guests.  Prom tickets will be sold for $60 outside of the cafeteria from Monday, April 23rd to Friday, April 27th only.  NO EXCEPTIONS.  Full time NMTCC and MCCC students may purchase a prom ticket in the Main Office from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm.   The first day of ticket sales will be for Seniors only. Cash or checks are made payable to PVHS Class of 2019.  Check to see if you have any debts by going on Home Access Center and click on the FEE tab. You also can not be on Privilege Suspension to buy a prom ticket.  Anyone who is placed on Privilege Suspension after (3/27) will NOT be permitted to attend the prom.  Full time NMTCC and MCCC students may purchase a prom ticket in the Cafeteria during ALL lunches and in the Main Office during non-lunch time hours from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm.


ATTENTION SENIORS:  All Senior Dues are to be paid to Mrs. McCloskey in the Main Office as of TODAY.


SPRING FLING DANCE:  The Football Team will be hosting a Spring Fling Dance on Friday, April 27th for all FRESHMAN and SOPHOMORES.  Tickets will be $10 and will be on sale Friday, April 20th, Tuesday, April 24th, Wednesday, April 25th, Thursday, April 26th, and Friday, April 27th during ALL lunches.  You must be off of the debt list to purchase tickets.  No outside guests are permitted to attend. Flyers are hung through the school with more information.  Hope to see you there!!!!!


The next Prom Committee meeting will be held on Friday, April 20th from 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm in Room 205.  We need crafty people who are excited to help make prom awesome!!!


Career Study paperwork for SENIORS ONLY is due on or before Tuesday, April 24th.  Nothing will be accepted late.  Please see Mrs. Colucci with any questions.


ATTENTION NMTCC Students:  This is a reminder that ALL UNDERCLASS students should not attend NMTCC on Tuesday, April 24th.  ONLY SENIORS should be sent to NMTCC on this date.  Busses for Seniors should arrive at the normal first session arrival time.  Dismissal for seniors will be at the normal third session dismissal time.


ATTENTION Study Hall Students:  On Tuesday, April 24th, Study Hall will be held in the BALCONY during Periods  through .  Period 9 Study Hall will be held in the Cafeteria.


The next LOSS Group meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 25th in Room 245 during the pre-assigned Periods 9 or 10.  Please see Doc Rock with any questions.


Members of National Honor Society:  We are in search of student volunteers to support the Perkiomen Valley Special Olympics on Thursday, May 17th. Sign up using the SignUp Genius link on the PVHS NHS website, then pick-up a registration/permission form from Mrs. Miller in room 125. We will accept volunteers on a first come first serve basis and there is a mandatory meeting on Thursday, April 26th.


YEARBOOK UPDATE:  Reminder that you are only guaranteed a yearbook if you place your online order at jostens.com by the end of April.  If you are unsure if a yearbook was already ordered for you or if you have ordering problems, please see Mrs. Elser in the art rooms before the end of the month.  Monday, April 30th is the final day for pre-ordering yearbooks!!!


ATTENTION SENIORS:  The Senior Exit Survey must be completed by Friday, May 4th.  Please log into Naviance and complete your survey TODAY!!!



CLASS FUNDRAISERS / SALES INFORMATION FOR EVERYONE:

The next Japan Club meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 2nd in Room 243.  Please see Mr. Allen with any questions.


The COLOR RUN is Coming!!!  The Class of 2020 is sponsoring this year’s very fun COLOR RUN on Sunday, May 6th  at 9:30 am on the High School Campus.  You can register on-line now thru Friday, April 27th @https://perkiomen.revtrak.net/WS-Redirect/?wsresource=eventDetail.html%3fid%3d934411 There is a $25 registration fee which includes a color run t-shirt.  Walk-up registrations will be taken that day from 8:30 am to 9:15 am but the t-shirt is not guaranteed.  




STUDENT CLUB and SPORTS INFORMATION:


PV Rocks will be hosting its first meeting on Monday, April 23rd at 7:00 am.  We will be meeting at the base of the climbing wall in the old gym.  Join us for some climbing and instruction first thing in the morning.  Questions? Please see Mr. Pennebacker.


Are you interested in being part of an exciting, challenging, enthusiastic team?  Are you entering either 10th or 11th grade next year?  We are looking for talented athletes!!! Tryouts for the PVHS cheerleading squad for the 2018-2019 season will be held Monday, April 23rd through Friday, April 27th from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm.  Meet in the competition gym lobby on Monday, April 23rd to get all times, material, and information.  Play a Spring sport? We can work around your time conflicts!!!  Hope to see you there!!! Contact Coach Kinkead via school e-mail with questions.


COMING SOON!!!  Social Justice Week which will be held Monday, April 23rd to Friday, April 27th.  The following events are taking place during that week:


Monday, 4/23 at 2:45 pm in the Library:  Dr. Coleen Clemens - Privilege Beyond the Buzz Word


Tuesday, 4/24 at 2:45 pm in the Library:  Dr. Aidsand Wright-Riggins - A Conversation About Race, Policing, and Democracy


Wednesday, 4/25 and Thursday, 4/26:  Students can sign up during their lunch periods for the Day of Silence


Friday, 4/27 :  DAY OF SILENCE, Break the Silence party - 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm in the Faculty Dining Room


Here is a compiled listing of Clubs that will be meeting in  April:


APRIL, 2018 CLUB MEETING SCHEDULE

Club Name

Meeting Date

Meeting Time

Meeting Location

Sponsor

Take Action

Thursday, April 19th

2:30 pm

Room 303

Mr. Craven

Debate

Thursday, April 19th

2:30 to 4:00 pm

Room 130

Dr. Gelman

Aequalis

Thursday, April 19th

2:30 pm

Room 220

Ms. Coryat

Mrs. Kristofco

Envirothon

Thursday, April 19th

2:40 pm to 3:30 pm

Room 205

Mrs. Gallagher

FCA

Friday, April 20th

7:15 am

PVV Room

Mrs. Hildreth

Sign Language

Friday, April 20th

2:30 pm

Room 260

Mrs. Amico

Mr. Ciccarone

Math Club

Friday, April 20th

2:30 to 3:30 pm

Room 246

Mrs. Verbeke

Computer Club

Tuesday, April 25th

2:30 pm

Room 112

Mr. Pennebacker

Take Action

Thursday, April 26th

2:30 pm

Room 303

Mr. Craven

GSA

Thursday, April 26th

2:30 pm

Room 220

Ms. Coryat

Mrs. Kristofco

Debate

Thursday, April 26th

2:30 to 4:00 pm

Room 130

Dr. Gelman

Envirothon

Thursday, April 26th

2:40 pm to 3:30 pm

Room 205

Mrs. Gallagher

FCA

Friday, April 27th

7:15 am

PVV Room

Mrs. Hildreth

Math Club

Friday, April 27th

2:30 to 3:30 pm

Room 246

Mrs. Verbeke



COUNSELING DEPARTMENT INFORMATION

All students should be checking the high school Counseling Center web-page for available resources.


SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION:



AWARDS AVAILABLE FOR SENIORS CLASS OF 2018

The following awards are presented during the Senior Awards Program.

PVEA Scholarship - $1,000

Criteria – A graduating senior who plans to further their education by majoring in Education and has been active in the education of children while attending Perkiomen Valley High School.  See Mrs. Prettyman for an application.

Applications need to be submitted to Mrs. Prettyman by April 20th.

Jean Raffeo Scholarship on Behalf of the Collegeville Rotary - $400

Criteria – An ideal candidate is anyone that is very active in one or more community groups, activities and/or organizations and is planning on going on to further their education.  Candidate needs to be a member of the Interact Club for two or more years and consistently have taken part in the club’s activities/events at least 50%.

Submit – references and documentation of the above criteria.

 

Friends of Skippack Peace Award  - $500

Criteria – A student who has waged peace through acts of kindness.

Submit – A statement describing how you feel you have accomplished this.

Perkiomen Valley Maintenance & Custodial Assoc. Award - $500

Criteria – A student who plans to further their education through college or a technical school, has shown regular attendance, is a good school citizen, follows directions, completes assignments on time, works cooperatively with teachers and has financial need.

Submit – a statement addressing the above criteria.

 

Karl A. Snyder Memorial Scholarship - $200

Criteria – A senior who is attending the main campus of Penn State University and either majors in engineering or was affiliated with the PVHS band program.

Submit – 1. Copy of acceptance to main campus.

2. Engineering course area acceptance or statement reviewing your                         

                involvement with the band.

 

Phoenixville Federal Savings  - $500

Criteria – Character, scholarship, extra-curricular activities.

Submit – 1. Outline extra-curricular activities

            2. Statement concerning your scholarship and character

 

Dawn Ebert Bergstresser Scholarship Award - $1,000

Criteria – Student planning on entering education (preferably English) and who has extreme financial need.

Submit an essay – Why I Want to Pursue a Career in Education

The Cope Scholarship in Memory of Robert W. & Jane S. Cope - $1,000

Criteria – For academic achievement, personal integrity, and service to school and community.

Submit – A statement and/or resume of service reflecting how the criteria applies to you.

 

David Spade Fireman’s Memorial Scholarship - $1,000

Criteria – Interested in pursuing a career, paid or volunteer in emergency services (police, fire, EMS, emergency management).  Intends to seek further education or training in emergency services.

Submit – Short essay explaining above criteria and please acknowledge if you are already a volunteer with emergency services.

 

Friends of Charles Van Fossen & James Freeman Award - $1,000

Criteria – Academic, citizenship, community service and at least two years at P.V.H.S.

Submit – Statement describing how you meet the criteria.

Student Services Company Award - $100.00 –

Criteria – Exhibits excellent citizenship, leadership, and integrity in the pursuit of education at Perkiomen Valley.

Submit – Statement describing how you meet the criteria.

 

ALL AWARD SUBMISSIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED TO MRS. PRETTYMAN

IN THE COUNSELING CENTER BY

April 30, 2018 (unless otherwise noted on application)

 

Attention:  Juniors/Seniors:

Representatives from the following colleges will be here to visit with any interested students.  Students must sign up for college visits on Naviance at least 24 hours before the visit.  They must get the pass signed by their teacher to attend the visit.



College / University

Date

Time

Location

None at this time




.





DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

C Day



LIBRARY INFORMATION:

Library Hours for This Week:

Monday, Tuesday, Friday:  7:45 am to 3:15 pm

Tuesday, Wednesday :  7:45 am to 3:45 pm



STUDENT INFORMATION:


Thank you to ALL who donated at the two Blood Drives this year.  Because of you, we were able to donate 200 units of blood to local hospitals, potentially saving about 600 lives.  We are proud to announce we topped Spring-Ford for the second year in a row with a final count of 200-188 units!!!


PROM INFORMATION:  Prom guest forms are NOW available in the main office until Friday, April 20th.  Guest forms are NOT needed for PV students, only outside guests.  Prom tickets will be sold for $60 outside of the cafeteria from Monday, April 23rd to Friday, April 27th only.  NO EXCEPTIONS.  Full time NMTCC and MCCC students may purchase a prom ticket in the Main Office from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm.   The first day of ticket sales will be for Seniors only. Cash or checks are made payable to PVHS Class of 2019.  Check to see if you have any debts by going on Home Access Center and click on the FEE tab. You also can not be on Privilege Suspension to buy a prom ticket.  Anyone who is placed on Privilege Suspension after (3/27) will NOT be permitted to attend the prom.  Full time NMTCC and MCCC students may purchase a prom ticket in the Cafeteria during ALL lunches and in the Main Office during non-lunch time hours from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm.


ATTENTION SENIORS:  All Senior Dues are to be paid to Mrs. McCloskey in the Main Office as of TODAY.


ATTENTION ALL AP Students:  The MANDATORY AP Pre-Administration session will be held TODAY, Periods 9 and 10 in the cafeteria.  All students must bring two sharpened #2 pencils and report directly from Period 8.  Students only taking AP Studio Art should NOT attend. Period 10 Study Hall will be held in the Auditorium.


The next Prom Committee meeting will be held on Friday, April 20th from 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm in Room 205.  We need crafty people who are excited to help make prom awesome!!!


Career Study paperwork for SENIORS ONLY is due on or before Tuesday, April 24th.  Nothing will be accepted late.  Please see Mrs. Colucci with any questions.


ATTENTION NMTCC Students:  This is a reminder that ALL UNDERCLASS students should not attend NMTCC on Tuesday, April 24th.  ONLY SENIORS should be sent to NMTCC on this date.  Busses for Seniors should arrive at the normal first session arrival time.  Dismissal for seniors will be at the normal third session dismissal time.


SPRING FLING DANCE:  The Football Team will be hosting a Spring Fling Dance on Friday, April 27th for all FRESHMAN and SOPHOMORES.  Tickets will be $10 and will be on sale Monday, April 23rd to Friday, April 27th during ALL lunches.  You must be off of the debt list to purchase tickets.  No outside guests are permitted to attend. Flyers are hung through the school with more information.  Hope to see you there!!!!!


Members of National Honor Society:  We are in search of student volunteers to support the Perkiomen Valley Special Olympics on Thursday, May 17th. Sign up using the SignUp Genius link on the PVHS NHS website, then pick-up a registration/permission form from Mrs. Miller in room 125. We will accept volunteers on a first come first serve basis and there is a mandatory meeting on Thursday, April 26th.


ATTENTION SENIORS:  The Senior Exit Survey must be completed by Friday, May 4th.  Please log into Naviance and complete your survey TODAY!!!



CLASS FUNDRAISERS / SALES INFORMATION FOR EVERYONE:

The next Japan Club meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 2nd in Room 243.  Please see Mr. Allen with any questions.


The COLOR RUN is Coming!!!  The Class of 2020 is sponsoring this year’s very fun COLOR RUN on Sunday, May 6th  at 9:30 am on the High School Campus.  You can register on-line now thru Friday, April 27th @https://perkiomen.revtrak.net/WS-Redirect/?wsresource=eventDetail.html%3fid%3d934411 There is a $25 registration fee which includes a color run t-shirt.  Walk-up registrations will be taken that day from 8:30 am to 9:15 am but the t-shirt is not guaranteed.  




STUDENT CLUB and SPORTS INFORMATION:


Viking Buddies meet TODAY after school.  Bring snacks and and drinks, it’s a dance party!!!


There is an information session and sign-up for all Boy and Girl Golfers and Parents interested in participating in the 2018 Golf season.  This meeting is open to all current 8th to 11th grade students.  The meeting will be held TODAY at 7:00 pm in the PVHS Auditorium.  If you are unable to attend the meeting or have questions regarding PVHS Golf, please contact Coach Hunsicker, Coach Kuhn, or Coach Moliver.


Are you interested in being part of an exciting, challenging, enthusiastic team?  Are you entering either 10th or 11th grade next year?  We are looking for talented athletes!!! Tryouts for the PVHS cheerleading squad for the 2018-2019 season will be held Monday, April 23rd through Friday, April 27th from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm.  Meet in the competition gym lobby on Monday, April 23rd to get all times, material, and information.  Play a Spring sport? We can work around your time conflicts!!!  Hope to see you there!!! Contact Coach Kinkead via school e-mail with questions.


COMING SOON!!!  Social Justice Week which will be held Monday, April 23rd to Friday, April 27th.  The following events are taking place during that week:


Monday, 4/23 at 2:45 pm in the Library:  Dr. Coleen Clemens - Privilege Beyond the Buzz Word


Tuesday, 4/24 at 2:45 pm in the Library:  Dr. Aidsand Wright-Riggins - A Conversation About Race, Policing, and Democracy


Wednesday, 4/25 and Thursday, 4/26:  Students can sign up during their lunch periods for the Day of Silence


Friday, 4/27 :  DAY OF SILENCE, Break the Silence party - 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm in the Faculty Dining Room


Here is a compiled listing of Clubs that will be meeting in  April:


APRIL, 2018 CLUB MEETING SCHEDULE

Club Name

Meeting Date

Meeting Time

Meeting Location

Sponsor

Rotary

Wednesday, April 18th  

7:30 am

Auditorium

Mrs. Burg

Take Action

Thursday, April 19th

2:30 pm

Room 303

Mr. Craven

Debate

Thursday, April 19th

2:30 to 4:00 pm

Room 130

Dr. Gelman

Aequalis

Thursday, April 19th

2:30 pm

Room 220

Ms. Coryat

Mrs. Kristofco

Envirothon

Thursday, April 19th

2:40 pm to 3:30 pm

Room 205

Mrs. Gallagher

FCA

Friday, April 20th

7:15 am

PVV Room

Mrs. Hildreth

Sign Language

Friday, April 20th

2:30 pm

Room 260

Mrs. Amico

Mr. Ciccarone

Math Club

Friday, April 20th

2:30 to 3:30 pm

Room 246

Mrs. Verbeke

Computer Club

Tuesday, April 25th

2:30 pm

Room 112

Mr. Pennebacker

Take Action

Thursday, April 26th

2:30 pm

Room 303

Mr. Craven

GSA

Thursday, April 26th

2:30 pm

Room 220

Ms. Coryat

Mrs. Kristofco

Debate

Thursday, April 26th

2:30 to 4:00 pm

Room 130

Dr. Gelman

Envirothon

Thursday, April 26th

2:40 pm to 3:30 pm

Room 205

Mrs. Gallagher

FCA

Friday, April 27th

7:15 am

PVV Room

Mrs. Hildreth

Math Club

Friday, April 27th

2:30 to 3:30 pm

Room 246

Mrs. Verbeke



COUNSELING DEPARTMENT INFORMATION

All students should be checking the high school Counseling Center web-page for available resources.


SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION:



AWARDS AVAILABLE FOR SENIORS CLASS OF 2018

The following awards are presented during the Senior Awards Program.

PVEA Scholarship - $1,000

Criteria – A graduating senior who plans to further their education by majoring in Education and has been active in the education of children while attending Perkiomen Valley High School.  See Mrs. Prettyman for an application.

Applications need to be submitted to Mrs. Prettyman by April 20th.

Jean Raffeo Scholarship on Behalf of the Collegeville Rotary - $400

Criteria – An ideal candidate is anyone that is very active in one or more community groups, activities and/or organizations and is planning on going on to further their education.  Candidate needs to be a member of the Interact Club for two or more years and consistently have taken part in the club’s activities/events at least 50%.

Submit – references and documentation of the above criteria.

 

Friends of Skippack Peace Award  - $500

Criteria – A student who has waged peace through acts of kindness.

Submit – A statement describing how you feel you have accomplished this.

Perkiomen Valley Maintenance & Custodial Assoc. Award - $500

Criteria – A student who plans to further their education through college or a technical school, has shown regular attendance, is a good school citizen, follows directions, completes assignments on time, works cooperatively with teachers and has financial need.

Submit – a statement addressing the above criteria.

 

Karl A. Snyder Memorial Scholarship - $200

Criteria – A senior who is attending the main campus of Penn State University and either majors in engineering or was affiliated with the PVHS band program.

Submit – 1. Copy of acceptance to main campus.

2. Engineering course area acceptance or statement reviewing your                         

                involvement with the band.

 

Phoenixville Federal Savings  - $500

Criteria – Character, scholarship, extra-curricular activities.

Submit – 1. Outline extra-curricular activities

            2. Statement concerning your scholarship and character

 

Dawn Ebert Bergstresser Scholarship Award - $1,000

Criteria – Student planning on entering education (preferably English) and who has extreme financial need.

Submit an essay – Why I Want to Pursue a Career in Education

The Cope Scholarship in Memory of Robert W. & Jane S. Cope - $1,000

Criteria – For academic achievement, personal integrity, and service to school and community.

Submit – A statement and/or resume of service reflecting how the criteria applies to you.

 

David Spade Fireman’s Memorial Scholarship - $1,000

Criteria – Interested in pursuing a career, paid or volunteer in emergency services (police, fire, EMS, emergency management).  Intends to seek further education or training in emergency services.

Submit – Short essay explaining above criteria and please acknowledge if you are already a volunteer with emergency services.

 

Friends of Charles Van Fossen & James Freeman Award - $1,000

Criteria – Academic, citizenship, community service and at least two years at P.V.H.S.

Submit – Statement describing how you meet the criteria.

Student Services Company Award - $100.00 –

Criteria – Exhibits excellent citizenship, leadership, and integrity in the pursuit of education at Perkiomen Valley.

Submit – Statement describing how you meet the criteria.

 

ALL AWARD SUBMISSIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED TO MRS. PRETTYMAN

IN THE COUNSELING CENTER BY

April 30, 2018 (unless otherwise noted on application)

 

Attention:  Juniors/Seniors:

Representatives from the following colleges will be here to visit with any interested students.  Students must sign up for college visits on Naviance at least 24 hours before the visit.  They must get the pass signed by their teacher to attend the visit.



College / University

Date

Time

Location

None at this time




.






DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

B Day



LIBRARY INFORMATION:

Library Hours for This Week:

Monday, Tuesday, Friday:  7:45 am to 3:15 pm

Tuesday, Wednesday :  7:45 am to 3:45 pm



STUDENT INFORMATION:


PROM INFORMATION:  Prom guest forms are NOW available in the main office until Friday, April 20th.  Guest forms are NOT needed for PV students, only outside guests.  Prom tickets will be sold for $60 outside of the cafeteria from Monday, April 23rd to Friday, April 27th only.  NO EXCEPTIONS.  Full time NMTCC and MCCC students may purchase a prom ticket in the Main Office from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm.   The first day of ticket sales will be for Seniors only.  Cash or checks are made payable to PVHS Class of 2019. Check to see if you have any debts by going on Home Access Center and click on the FEE tab.  You also can not be on Privilege Suspension to buy a prom ticket.  Anyone who is placed on Privilege Suspension after (3/27) will NOT be permitted to attend the prom.  Full time NMTCC and MCCC students may purchase a prom ticket in the Cafeteria during ALL lunches and in the Main Office during non-lunch time hours from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm.


Any JUNIORS that did not attend the Senior Class Trip meeting on Tuesday (April 10th) should see Mrs. Gallagher in Room 205 for the information packet.  All information is also posted on the Class of 2019 website.


Thank you to ALL who donated at the two Blood Drives this year.  Because of you, we were able to donate 200 units of blood to local hospitals, potentially saving about 600 lives.  We are proud to announce we topped Spring-Ford for the second year in a row with a final count of 200-188 units!!!


ATTENTION ALL AP Students:  The MANDATORY AP Pre-Administration session will be held on Wednesday, April 18th, Periods 9 and 10 in the cafeteria.  All students must bring two sharpened #2 pencils and report directly from Period 8.  Students only taking AP Studio Art should NOT attend. Period 10 Study Hall will be held in the Auditorium.


Career Study paperwork for SENIORS ONLY is due on or before Tuesday, April 24th.  Nothing will be accepted late.  Please see Mrs. Colucci with any questions.


ATTENTION NMTCC Students:  This is a reminder that ALL UNDERCLASS students should not attend NMTCC on Tuesday, April 24th.  ONLY SENIORS should be sent to NMTCC on this date.  Busses for Seniors should arrive at the normal first session arrival time.  Dismissal for seniors will be at the normal third session dismissal time.


SPRING FLING DANCE:  The Football Team will be hosting a Spring Fling Dance on Friday, April 27th for all FRESHMAN and SOPHOMORES.  Tickets will be $10 and will be on sale Monday, April 23rd to Friday, April 27th during ALL lunches.  You must be off of the debt list to purchase tickets.  No outside guests are permitted to attend. Flyers are hung through the school with more information.  Hope to see you there!!!!!


Members of National Honor Society:  We are in search of student volunteers to support the Perkiomen Valley Special Olympics on Thursday, May 17th. Sign up using the SignUp Genius link on the PVHS NHS website, then pick-up a registration/permission form from Mrs. Miller in room 125. We will accept volunteers on a first come first serve basis and there is a mandatory meeting on Thursday, April 26th.


ATTENTION SENIORS:  The Senior Exit Survey must be completed by Friday, May 4th.  Please log into Naviance and complete your survey TODAY!!!



CLASS FUNDRAISERS / SALES INFORMATION FOR EVERYONE:

The next Japan Club meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 2nd in Room 243.  Please see Mr. Allen with any questions.


The COLOR RUN is Coming!!!  The Class of 2020 is sponsoring this year’s very fun COLOR RUN on Sunday, May 6th  at 9:30 am on the High School Campus.  You can register on-line now thru Friday, April 27th @https://perkiomen.revtrak.net/WS-Redirect/?wsresource=eventDetail.html%3fid%3d934411 There is a $25 registration fee which includes a color run t-shirt.  Walk-up registrations will be taken that day from 8:30 am to 9:15 am but the t-shirt is not guaranteed.  




STUDENT CLUB and SPORTS INFORMATION:


There is an information session and sign-up for all Boy and Girl Golfers and Parents interested in participating in the 2018 Golf season.  This meeting is open to all current 8th to 11th grade students.  The meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 18th at 7:00 pm in the PVHS Auditorium.  If you are unable to attend the meeting or have questions regarding PVHS Golf, please contact Coach Hunsicker, Coach Kuhn, or Coach Moliver.


Are you interested in being part of an exciting, challenging, enthusiastic team?  Are you entering either 10th or 11th grade next year?  We are looking for talented athletes!!! Tryouts for the PVHS cheerleading squad for the 2018-2019 season will be held Monday, April 23rd through Friday, April 27th from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm.  Meet in the competition gym lobby on Monday, April 23rd to get all times, material, and information.  Play a Spring sport? We can work around your time conflicts!!!  Hope to see you there!!! Contact Coach Kinkead via school e-mail with questions.


COMING SOON!!!  Social Justice Week which will be held Monday, April 23rd to Friday, April 27th.  The following events are taking place during that week:


Monday, 4/23 at 2:45 pm in the Library:  Dr. Coleen Clemens - Privilege Beyond the Buzz Word


Tuesday, 4/24 at 2:45 pm in the Library:  Dr. Aidsand Wright-Riggins - A Conversation About Race, Policing, and Democracy


Wednesday, 4/25 and Thursday, 4/26:  Students can sign up during their lunch periods for the Day of Silence


Friday, 4/27 :  DAY OF SILENCE, Break the Silence party - 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm in the Faculty Dining Room


Here is a compiled listing of Clubs that will be meeting in  April:


APRIL, 2018 CLUB MEETING SCHEDULE

Club Name

Meeting Date

Meeting Time

Meeting Location

Sponsor

Rotary

Wednesday, April 18th  

7:30 am

Auditorium

Mrs. Burg

Take Action

Thursday, April 19th

2:30 pm

Room 303

Mr. Craven

Debate

Thursday, April 19th

2:30 to 4:00 pm

Room 130

Dr. Gelman

Aequalis

Thursday, April 19th

2:30 pm

Room 220

Ms. Coryat

Mrs. Kristofco

Envirothon

Thursday, April 19th

2:40 pm to 3:30 pm

Room 205

Mrs. Gallagher

FCA

Friday, April 20th

7:15 am

PVV Room

Mrs. Hildreth

Sign Language

Friday, April 20th

2:30 pm

Room 260

Mrs. Amico

Mr. Ciccarone

Math Club

Friday, April 20th

2:30 to 3:30 pm

Room 246

Mrs. Verbeke

Computer Club

Tuesday, April 25th

2:30 pm

Room 112

Mr. Pennebacker

Take Action

Thursday, April 26th

2:30 pm

Room 303

Mr. Craven

GSA

Thursday, April 26th

2:30 pm

Room 220

Ms. Coryat

Mrs. Kristofco

Debate

Thursday, April 26th

2:30 to 4:00 pm

Room 130

Dr. Gelman

Envirothon

Thursday, April 26th

2:40 pm to 3:30 pm

Room 205

Mrs. Gallagher

FCA

Friday, April 27th

7:15 am

PVV Room

Mrs. Hildreth

Math Club

Friday, April 27th

2:30 to 3:30 pm

Room 246

Mrs. Verbeke



COUNSELING DEPARTMENT INFORMATION

All students should be checking the high school Counseling Center web-page for available resources.


SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION:



AWARDS AVAILABLE FOR SENIORS CLASS OF 2018

The following awards are presented during the Senior Awards Program.

PVEA Scholarship - $1,000

Criteria – A graduating senior who plans to further their education by majoring in Education and has been active in the education of children while attending Perkiomen Valley High School.  See Mrs. Prettyman for an application.

Applications need to be submitted to Mrs. Prettyman by April 20th.

Jean Raffeo Scholarship on Behalf of the Collegeville Rotary - $400

Criteria – An ideal candidate is anyone that is very active in one or more community groups, activities and/or organizations and is planning on going on to further their education.  Candidate needs to be a member of the Interact Club for two or more years and consistently have taken part in the club’s activities/events at least 50%.

Submit – references and documentation of the above criteria.

 

Friends of Skippack Peace Award  - $500

Criteria – A student who has waged peace through acts of kindness.

Submit – A statement describing how you feel you have accomplished this.

Perkiomen Valley Maintenance & Custodial Assoc. Award - $500

Criteria – A student who plans to further their education through college or a technical school, has shown regular attendance, is a good school citizen, follows directions, completes assignments on time, works cooperatively with teachers and has financial need.

Submit – a statement addressing the above criteria.

 

Karl A. Snyder Memorial Scholarship - $200

Criteria – A senior who is attending the main campus of Penn State University and either majors in engineering or was affiliated with the PVHS band program.

Submit – 1. Copy of acceptance to main campus.

2. Engineering course area acceptance or statement reviewing your                         

                involvement with the band.

 

Phoenixville Federal Savings  - $500

Criteria – Character, scholarship, extra-curricular activities.

Submit – 1. Outline extra-curricular activities

            2. Statement concerning your scholarship and character

 

Dawn Ebert Bergstresser Scholarship Award - $1,000

Criteria – Student planning on entering education (preferably English) and who has extreme financial need.

Submit an essay – Why I Want to Pursue a Career in Education

The Cope Scholarship in Memory of Robert W. & Jane S. Cope - $1,000

Criteria – For academic achievement, personal integrity, and service to school and community.

Submit – A statement and/or resume of service reflecting how the criteria applies to you.

 

David Spade Fireman’s Memorial Scholarship - $1,000

Criteria – Interested in pursuing a career, paid or volunteer in emergency services (police, fire, EMS, emergency management).  Intends to seek further education or training in emergency services.

Submit – Short essay explaining above criteria and please acknowledge if you are already a volunteer with emergency services.

 

Friends of Charles Van Fossen & James Freeman Award - $1,000

Criteria – Academic, citizenship, community service and at least two years at P.V.H.S.

Submit – Statement describing how you meet the criteria.

Student Services Company Award - $100.00 –

Criteria – Exhibits excellent citizenship, leadership, and integrity in the pursuit of education at Perkiomen Valley.

Submit – Statement describing how you meet the criteria.

 

ALL AWARD SUBMISSIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED TO MRS. PRETTYMAN

IN THE COUNSELING CENTER BY

April 30, 2018 (unless otherwise noted on application)

 

Attention:  Juniors/Seniors:

Representatives from the following colleges will be here to visit with any interested students.  Students must sign up for college visits on Naviance at least 24 hours before the visit.  They must get the pass signed by their teacher to attend the visit.



College / University

Date

Time

Location

None at this time




.





DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, April 16, 2018

A Day



LIBRARY INFORMATION:

Library Hours for This Week:

Monday, Tuesday, Friday:  7:45 am to 3:15 pm

Tuesday, Wednesday :  7:45 am to 3:45 pm



STUDENT INFORMATION:


PROM INFORMATION:  Prom guest forms are NOW available in the main office until Friday, April 20th.  Guest forms are NOT needed for PV students, only outside guests.  Prom tickets will be sold for $60 outside of the cafeteria from Monday, April 23rd to Friday, April 27th only.  NO EXCEPTIONS.  Due to a limited number of tickets (674), the first day of ticket sales will be for Seniors only.  Cash or checks are made payable to PVHS Class of 2019. Check to see if you have any debts by going on Home Access Center and click on the FEE tab.  You also can not be on Privilege Suspension to buy a prom ticket.  Anyone who is placed on Privilege Suspension after (3/27) will NOT be permitted to attend the prom.  


Any JUNIORS that did not attend the Senior Class Trip meeting on Tuesday (April 10th) should see Mrs. Gallagher in Room 205 for the information packet.  All information is also posted on the Class of 2019 website.


ATTENTION ALL FRESHMAN Students Going on the Romeo and Juliet Theater Trip:  Please report to the bus deck by the cafeteria immediately after homeroom.  Please leave any backpacks in your lockers and don’t forget to bring your lunch.  The busses will be leaving at 8:20 am.


ATTENTION ALL AP Students:  The MANDATORY AP Pre-Administration session will be held on Wednesday, April 18th, Periods 9 and 10 in the cafeteria.  All students must bring two sharpened #2 pencils and report directly from Period 8.  Students only taking AP Studio Art should NOT attend. Period 10 Study Hall will be held in the Auditorium.


Career Study paperwork for SENIORS ONLY is due on or before Tuesday, April 24th.  Nothing will be accepted late.  Please see Mrs. Colucci with any questions.


ATTENTION NMTCC Students:  This is a reminder that ALL UNDERCLASS students should not attend NMTCC on Tuesday, April 24th.  ONLY SENIORS should be sent to NMTCC on this date.  Busses for Seniors should arrive at the normal first session arrival time.  Dismissal for seniors will be at the normal third session dismissal time.


SPRING FLING DANCE:  The Football Team will be hosting a Spring Fling Dance on Friday, April 27th for all FRESHMAN and SOPHOMORES.  Tickets will be $10 and will be on sale Monday, April 23rd to Friday, April 27th during ALL lunches.  You must be off of the debt list to purchase tickets.  No outside guests are permitted to attend. Flyers are hung through the school with more information.  Hope to see you there!!!!!


ATTENTION SENIORS:  The Senior Exit Survey must be completed by Friday, May 4th.  Please log into Naviance and complete your survey TODAY!!!



CLASS FUNDRAISERS / SALES INFORMATION FOR EVERYONE:

The next Japan Club meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 2nd in Room 243.  Please see Mr. Allen with any questions.


The COLOR RUN is Coming!!!  The Class of 2020 is sponsoring this year’s very fun COLOR RUN on Sunday, May 6th  at 9:30 am on the High School Campus.  You can register on-line now thru Friday, April 27th @https://perkiomen.revtrak.net/WS-Redirect/?wsresource=eventDetail.html%3fid%3d934411 There is a $25 registration fee which includes a color run t-shirt.  Walk-up registrations will be taken that day from 8:30 am to 9:15 am but the t-shirt is not guaranteed.  




STUDENT CLUB and SPORTS INFORMATION:


There is an information session and sign-up for all Boy and Girl Golfers and Parents interested in participating in the 2018 Golf season.  This meeting is open to all current 8th to 11th grade students.  The meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 18th at 7:00 pm in the PVHS Auditorium.  If you are unable to attend the meeting or have questions regarding PVHS Golf, please contact Coach Hunsicker, Coach Kuhn, or Coach Moliver.


COMING SOON!!!  Social Justice Week which will be held Monday, April 23rd to Friday, April 27th.  The following events are taking place during that week:


Monday, 4/23 at 2:45 pm in the Library:  Dr. Coleen Clemens - Privilege Beyond the Buzz Word


Tuesday, 4/24 at 2:45 pm in the Library:  Dr. Aidsand Wright-Riggins - A Conversation About Race, Policing, and Democracy


Wednesday, 4/25 and Thursday, 4/26:  Students can sign up during their lunch periods for the Day of Silence


Friday, 4/27 :  DAY OF SILENCE, Break the Silence party - 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm in the Faculty Dining Room


Here is a compiled listing of Clubs that will be meeting in  April:


APRIL, 2018 CLUB MEETING SCHEDULE

Club Name

Meeting Date

Meeting Time

Meeting Location

Sponsor

Rotary

Wednesday, April 18th  

7:30 am

Auditorium

Mrs. Burg

Take Action

Thursday, April 19th

2:30 pm

Room 303

Mr. Craven

Debate

Thursday, April 19th

2:30 to 4:00 pm

Room 130

Dr. Gelman

Aequalis

Thursday, April 19th

2:30 pm

Room 220

Ms. Coryat

Mrs. Kristofco

Envirothon

Thursday, April 19th

2:40 pm to 3:30 pm

Room 205

Mrs. Gallagher

FCA

Friday, April 20th

7:15 am

PVV Room

Mrs. Hildreth

Sign Language

Friday, April 20th

2:30 pm

Room 260

Mrs. Amico

Mr. Ciccarone

Math Club

Friday, April 20th

2:30 to 3:30 pm

Room 246

Mrs. Verbeke

Computer Club

Tuesday, April 25th

2:30 pm

Room 112

Mr. Pennebacker

Take Action

Thursday, April 26th

2:30 pm

Room 303

Mr. Craven

GSA

Thursday, April 26th

2:30 pm

Room 220

Ms. Coryat

Mrs. Kristofco

Debate

Thursday, April 26th

2:30 to 4:00 pm

Room 130

Dr. Gelman

Envirothon

Thursday, April 26th

2:40 pm to 3:30 pm

Room 205

Mrs. Gallagher

FCA

Friday, April 27th

7:15 am

PVV Room

Mrs. Hildreth

Math Club

Friday, April 27th

2:30 to 3:30 pm

Room 246

Mrs. Verbeke



COUNSELING DEPARTMENT INFORMATION

All students should be checking the high school Counseling Center web-page for available resources.


SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION:



AWARDS AVAILABLE FOR SENIORS CLASS OF 2018

The following awards are presented during the Senior Awards Program.

PVEA Scholarship - $1,000

Criteria – A graduating senior who plans to further their education by majoring in Education and has been active in the education of children while attending Perkiomen Valley High School.  See Mrs. Prettyman for an application.

Applications need to be submitted to Mrs. Prettyman by April 20th.

Jean Raffeo Scholarship on Behalf of the Collegeville Rotary - $400

Criteria – An ideal candidate is anyone that is very active in one or more community groups, activities and/or organizations and is planning on going on to further their education.  Candidate needs to be a member of the Interact Club for two or more years and consistently have taken part in the club’s activities/events at least 50%.

Submit – references and documentation of the above criteria.

 

Friends of Skippack Peace Award  - $500

Criteria – A student who has waged peace through acts of kindness.

Submit – A statement describing how you feel you have accomplished this.

Perkiomen Valley Maintenance & Custodial Assoc. Award - $500

Criteria – A student who plans to further their education through college or a technical school, has shown regular attendance, is a good school citizen, follows directions, completes assignments on time, works cooperatively with teachers and has financial need.

Submit – a statement addressing the above criteria.

 

Karl A. Snyder Memorial Scholarship - $200

Criteria – A senior who is attending the main campus of Penn State University and either majors in engineering or was affiliated with the PVHS band program.

Submit – 1. Copy of acceptance to main campus.

2. Engineering course area acceptance or statement reviewing your                         

                involvement with the band.

 

Phoenixville Federal Savings  - $500

Criteria – Character, scholarship, extra-curricular activities.

Submit – 1. Outline extra-curricular activities

            2. Statement concerning your scholarship and character

 

Dawn Ebert Bergstresser Scholarship Award - $1,000

Criteria – Student planning on entering education (preferably English) and who has extreme financial need.

Submit an essay – Why I Want to Pursue a Career in Education

The Cope Scholarship in Memory of Robert W. & Jane S. Cope - $1,000

Criteria – For academic achievement, personal integrity, and service to school and community.

Submit – A statement and/or resume of service reflecting how the criteria applies to you.

 

David Spade Fireman’s Memorial Scholarship - $1,000

Criteria – Interested in pursuing a career, paid or volunteer in emergency services (police, fire, EMS, emergency management).  Intends to seek further education or training in emergency services.

Submit – Short essay explaining above criteria and please acknowledge if you are already a volunteer with emergency services.

 

Friends of Charles Van Fossen & James Freeman Award - $1,000

Criteria – Academic, citizenship, community service and at least two years at P.V.H.S.

Submit – Statement describing how you meet the criteria.

Student Services Company Award - $100.00 –

Criteria – Exhibits excellent citizenship, leadership, and integrity in the pursuit of education at Perkiomen Valley.

Submit – Statement describing how you meet the criteria.

 

ALL AWARD SUBMISSIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED TO MRS. PRETTYMAN

IN THE COUNSELING CENTER BY

April 30, 2018 (unless otherwise noted on application)

 

The PV Student Loan applications are now available.  If you are a senior and looking for an interest-free loan you can get the application online at http://www.pvsd.org/home/links-to-pv-supporting-organizations/perkiomen-valley-student-loan-association or see Mrs. Prettyman in the counseling center.



Attention:  Juniors/Seniors:

Representatives from the following colleges will be here to visit with any interested students.  Students must sign up for college visits on Naviance at least 24 hours before the visit.  They must get the pass signed by their teacher to attend the visit.



College / University

Date

Time

Location

None at this time




.





DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, April 13, 2018

F Day


LIBRARY INFORMATION:

Library Hours for This Week:

Monday, Thursday :  7:45 am to 3:15 pm

Tuesday, Wednesday :  7:45 am to 3:45 pm

Friday :  7:45 am to 3:00 pm


The Library will be closed during Periods 9 and 10 TODAY for a class activity.  Please plan accordingly.



STUDENT INFORMATION:


ATTENTION Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior Students:  Verification sheets for next year were distributed to homerooms and need to be signed by you and your parents and returned to the Counseling Center by Friday, April 13th.


PROM INFORMATION:  Prom guest forms are NOW available in the main office until Friday, April 20th.  Guest forms are NOT needed for PV students, only outside guests.  Prom tickets will be sold for $60 outside of the cafeteria from Monday, April 23rd to Friday, April 27th only.  NO EXCEPTIONS.  Due to a limited number of tickets (674), the first day of ticket sales will be for Seniors only.  Cash or checks are made payable to PVHS Class of 2019. Check to see if you have any debts by going on Home Access Center and click on the FEE tab.  You also can not be on Privilege Suspension to buy a prom ticket.  Anyone who is placed on Privilege Suspension after (3/27) will NOT be permitted to attend the prom.  


Any JUNIORS that did not attend the Senior Class Trip meeting on Tuesday (April 10th) should see Mrs. Gallagher in Room 205 for the information packet.  All information is also posted on the Class of 2019 website.


The next Prom Decoration meeting will be held TODAY in Room 205 from 2:30 pm to 3:45 pm.  Please see Mrs. Gallagher or Mrs. Kott with any questions.


The Annual PV Post Prom Clothing Drive will take place on Saturday, April 14th at South Elementary School from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.  If you are spring cleaning, this is the perfect opportunity to get rid of gently used items while supporting the Post Prom event.  All donated items will be either sold at Heaven’s Treasures Thrift and Value Stores or responsibly recycled. The PV Post Prom celebration is planned for Saturday, May 12th at the High School.  Thank you, in advance, for your donations!!!


ATTENTION ALL AP Students:  The MANDATORY AP Pre-Administration session will be held on Wednesday, April 18th, Periods 9 and 10 in the cafeteria.  All students must bring two sharpened #2 pencils and report directly from Period 8.  Students only taking AP Studio Art should NOT attend.


Career Study paperwork for SENIORS ONLY is due on or before Tuesday, April 24th.  Nothing will be accepted late.  Please see Mrs. Colucci with any questions.


ATTENTION NMTCC Students:  This is a reminder that ALL UNDERCLASS students should not attend NMTCC on Tuesday, April 24th.  ONLY SENIORS should be sent to NMTCC on this date.  Busses for Seniors should arrive at the normal first session arrival time.  Dismissal for seniors will be at the normal third session dismissal time.


SPRING FLING DANCE:  The Football Team will be hosting a Spring Fling Dance on Friday, April 27th for all FRESHMAN and SOPHOMORES.  Tickets will be $10 and will go on sale next week during ALL lunches.  You must be off of the debt list to purchase tickets. No outside guests are permitted to attend.  Flyers are hung through the school with more information. Hope to see you there!!!!!


ATTENTION SENIORS:  The Senior Exit Survey must be completed by Friday, May 4th.  Please log into Naviance and complete your survey TODAY!!!



CLASS FUNDRAISERS / SALES INFORMATION FOR EVERYONE:

The next Japan Club meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 2nd in Room 243.  Please see Mr. Allen with any questions.


The COLOR RUN is Coming!!!  The Class of 2020 is sponsoring this year’s very fun COLOR RUN on Sunday, May 6th  at 9:30 am on the High School Campus.  You can register on-line now thru Friday, April 27th @https://perkiomen.revtrak.net/WS-Redirect/?wsresource=eventDetail.html%3fid%3d934411 There is a $25 registration fee which includes a color run t-shirt.  Walk-up registrations will be taken that day from 8:30 am to 9:15 am but the t-shirt is not guaranteed.  




STUDENT CLUB and SPORTS INFORMATION:


There is an information session and sign-up for all Boy and Girl Golfers and Parents interested in participating in the 2018 Golf season.  This meeting is open to all current 8th to 11th grade students.  The meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 18th at 7:00 pm in the PVHS Auditorium.  If you are unable to attend the meeting or have questions regarding PVHS Golf, please contact Coach Hunsicker, Coach Kuhn, orCoach Moliver.




Here is a compiled listing of Clubs that will be meeting in  April:


APRIL, 2018 CLUB MEETING SCHEDULE

Club Name

Meeting Date

Meeting Time

Meeting Location

Sponsor

FCA

Friday, April 13th

7:15 am

PVV Room

Mrs. Hildreth

Math Club

Friday, April 13th

2:30 to 3:30 pm

Room 246

Mrs. Verbeke

Rotary

Wednesday, April 18th  

7:30 am

Auditorium

Mrs. Burg

Take Action

Thursday, April 19th

2:30 pm

Room 303

Mr. Craven

Debate

Thursday, April 19th

2:30 to 4:00 pm

Room 130

Dr. Gelman

Aequalis

Thursday, April 19th

2:30 pm

Room 220

Ms. Coryat

Mrs. Kristofco

Envirothon

Thursday, April 19th

2:40 pm to 3:30 pm

Room 205

Mrs. Gallagher

FCA

Friday, April 20th

7:15 am

PVV Room

Mrs. Hildreth

Sign Language

Friday, April 20th

2:30 pm

Room 260

Mrs. Amico

Mr. Ciccarone

Math Club

Friday, April 20th

2:30 to 3:30 pm

Room 246

Mrs. Verbeke

Computer Club

Tuesday, April 25th

2:30 pm

Room 112

Mr. Pennebacker

Take Action

Thursday, April 26th

2:30 pm

Room 303

Mr. Craven

GSA

Thursday, April 26th

2:30 pm

Room 220

Ms. Coryat

Mrs. Kristofco

Debate

Thursday, April 26th

2:30 to 4:00 pm

Room 130

Dr. Gelman

Envirothon

Thursday, April 26th

2:40 pm to 3:30 pm

Room 205

Mrs. Gallagher

FCA

Friday, April 27th

7:15 am

PVV Room

Mrs. Hildreth

Math Club

Friday, April 27th

2:30 to 3:30 pm

Room 246

Mrs. Verbeke



COUNSELING DEPARTMENT INFORMATION

All students should be checking the high school Counseling Center web-page for available resources.


SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION:



AWARDS AVAILABLE FOR SENIORS CLASS OF 2018

The following awards are presented during the Senior Awards Program.

PVEA Scholarship - $1,000

Criteria – A graduating senior who plans to further their education by majoring in Education and has been active in the education of children while attending Perkiomen Valley High School.  See Mrs. Prettyman for an application.

Applications need to be submitted to Mrs. Prettyman by April 20th.

Jean Raffeo Scholarship on Behalf of the Collegeville Rotary - $400

Criteria – An ideal candidate is anyone that is very active in one or more community groups, activities and/or organizations and is planning on going on to further their education.  Candidate needs to be a member of the Interact Club for two or more years and consistently have taken part in the club’s activities/events at least 50%.

Submit – references and documentation of the above criteria.

 

Friends of Skippack Peace Award  - $500

Criteria – A student who has waged peace through acts of kindness.

Submit – A statement describing how you feel you have accomplished this.

Perkiomen Valley Maintenance & Custodial Assoc. Award - $500

Criteria – A student who plans to further their education through college or a technical school, has shown regular attendance, is a good school citizen, follows directions, completes assignments on time, works cooperatively with teachers and has financial need.

Submit – a statement addressing the above criteria.

 

Karl A. Snyder Memorial Scholarship - $200

Criteria – A senior who is attending the main campus of Penn State University and either majors in engineering or was affiliated with the PVHS band program.

Submit – 1. Copy of acceptance to main campus.

2. Engineering course area acceptance or statement reviewing your                         

                involvement with the band.

 

Phoenixville Federal Savings  - $500

Criteria – Character, scholarship, extra-curricular activities.

Submit – 1. Outline extra-curricular activities

            2. Statement concerning your scholarship and character

 

Dawn Ebert Bergstresser Scholarship Award - $1,000

Criteria – Student planning on entering education (preferably English) and who has extreme financial need.

Submit an essay – Why I Want to Pursue a Career in Education

The Cope Scholarship in Memory of Robert W. & Jane S. Cope - $1,000

Criteria – For academic achievement, personal integrity, and service to school and community.

Submit – A statement and/or resume of service reflecting how the criteria applies to you.

 

David Spade Fireman’s Memorial Scholarship - $1,000

Criteria – Interested in pursuing a career, paid or volunteer in emergency services (police, fire, EMS, emergency management).  Intends to seek further education or training in emergency services.

Submit – Short essay explaining above criteria and please acknowledge if you are already a volunteer with emergency services.

 

Friends of Charles Van Fossen & James Freeman Award - $1,000

Criteria – Academic, citizenship, community service and at least two years at P.V.H.S.

Submit – Statement describing how you meet the criteria.

Student Services Company Award - $100.00 –

Criteria – Exhibits excellent citizenship, leadership, and integrity in the pursuit of education at Perkiomen Valley.

Submit – Statement describing how you meet the criteria.

 

ALL AWARD SUBMISSIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED TO MRS. PRETTYMAN

IN THE COUNSELING CENTER BY

April 30, 2018 (unless otherwise noted on application)

 

The PV Student Loan applications are now available.  If you are a senior and looking for an interest-free loan you can get the application online at http://www.pvsd.org/home/links-to-pv-supporting-organizations/perkiomen-valley-student-loan-association or see Mrs. Prettyman in the counseling center.



Attention:  Juniors/Seniors:

Representatives from the following colleges will be here to visit with any interested students.  Students must sign up for college visits on Naviance at least 24 hours before the visit.  They must get the pass signed by their teacher to attend the visit.



College / University

Date

Time

Location

None at this time