Announcements

PRINCE EDWARD HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

December Newsletter

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Random acts of kindness for month of December

Friday:  Give a friend or loved one your undivided attention.

Get ready to show off your creative holiday best! Friday, Dec. 20th plan to wear your wackiest, tackiest festive holiday attire and WIN fun prizes!  Judging will take place during 3rd block.  Stay tuned!!!

Any National Honor Society, Tri-M, National Art Honor Society or any other students interested in volunteer hours, please see Mrs. Simon if you would like to serve at the Farmville Jr. Women's Club Santa Breakfast, Saturday, Dec. 14th from 8:00-10:00 a.m.

All male students who are 18 or who will be turning 18 this year.  You are required by law to register for selective service within 30 days of your 18th birthday.  If you are already 18, then you should register as soon as possible.  Selective service registration information is found at SSS.gov.

The after-school tutoring program has begun. The program will be on Mondays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Students must have a signed permission form on file to stay after.  Permission forms are available in the front office, guidance, or see Mr. Kayhart in room 205.

Seniors:

Seniors: Don't forget...The second FAFSA workshop of the year is taking place tomorrow from 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM in the library.  Volunteers from Longwood University, Hampden-Sydney College, and Southside Virginia Community College will be on hand to help students and parents complete the FAFSA form.  Tell your parents to bring their 2018 tax returns to this workshop. 

The law firm of Allen, Allen, Allen, & Allen is offering fifteen $2,000 scholarships to seniors who, despite obstacles or special challenges, have achieved high standards of performance.  Stop by the Counseling Center to pick up a flier from the scholarship binder for more information about this scholarship.

The Jackie Robinson Foundation offers promising minority students not only a generous four-year grant to assist with the costs of attending college, but also a network of fellow scholars, alumni, and professional mentors to help them excel in school and beyond. Jackie Robinson Scholars receive grants of up to $30,000 over four years to complement the financial aid they receive from their colleges or universities.  The deadline for applications is February 1, 2020.  Learn more about this scholarship by visiting jackierobinson.org/apply. 

A new scholarship notice from the Central Virginia Electric Cooperative has been placed in the scholarship binder in the Counseling department. Scholarships involve $1,000 awards, open to seniors whose families are consumer-members of the Electric Co-op.

Seniors: Have you started applying to any colleges yet?  If you haven't, NOW is the time to start.  Volunteers are available every Wednesday afternoon from 3:30 - 5:00 who are ready and willing to help you with the college selection and application process.  Stop by the Counseling Center to sign up and to pick up a parent permission form allowing you to stay after school on Wednesdays for this assistance. Return the signed form to your counselor by Wednesday.

Please bring a copy of your college acceptance letter/acceptance email to your counselor.

Seniors! The Free Application for Federal Student Aid, better known as the FAFSA, opened October 1st! If you plan to attend any post-secondary education, it is very important that you complete this application to be eligible for grants, loans, and scholarships.

Attention Seniors: If you are seriously considering applying to the University of Virginia and are interested in being considered for a scholarship to the University, please stop by the Counseling Center to talk to your counselor.

 

Graduation Information


Successories College Scholarship.
$1,500 scholarship will be rewarded to an individual who applies online answering the essay prompt "What Motivates You?" Follow link for details.
https://www.successories.com/scholarship


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Menus

Each student is a member of the freshman, sophomore, junior or senior class. Class members elect officers, take trips, plan social activities and raise money to supplement dues that pay for activities such as incentives, social events, homecoming and prom. Senior dues pay for the yearbook, receptions and commencement.

Class dues are as follows:

Freshman: $15
Sophomore: $25
Junior: $35
Senior: $60
 *Dues should be paid on or before October 15. After this deadline, dues will increase by $10 per year. A payment plan can be established prior to October 15. 

 

         Prince Edward Eagle Athletics 

Sports Activity Busses will run at 5:30 for the remainder of the school year.


Baseball conditioning and off season throwing has begun 3:45-5.We will condition on Tuesdays and Thursdays until Christmas break. Players will report to gym at 3:45. Please bring proper attire and equipment. Only players with updated physicals can attend. If you have questions, please see Coach Cristo in room 113, across from the gym.

If you are a student athlete hoping to play college sports, you need to set up an NCAA account to allow prospective colleges and universities to access your academic information.  You can find information regarding setting up an account online or feel free to stop by the Counseling Department to pick up a flier with instructions on how to set up an account.

Fall Sport Schedules


Winter Sport Schedules

Medford League Schedule

Students must have a VHSL Sports Physical to try out for any VHSL sport. Physical forms can be picked up at Prince Edward High School in the main office or download them here.

All Sports Passes can be purchased at home games see Mr. Kane or contact him at the CTE building. These passes get you into every regular season home game all year. The single game price is $6.00.

Student:  $30 | Adult:  $50 | Family (4) $120 ($15 for each additional family member)

Always be reminded!!

Code of Conduct

Attention Teachers and Students: Students are only allowed in the gym during their assigned gym time. No one should leave another class with a pass to the gym for any reason. Students you may not go to gym during your assigned lunch time.

Breakfast is free to all students each morning and is available in the cafeteria or the lobby of the Career Tech Building. When you arrive in the morning head straight to breakfast and get a warm biscuit or enjoy the new yogurt parfait bar. Each breakfast comes with juice, fruit and a cold glass of milk.

Please join us for lunch in the afternoon, which includes several different options to chose from. Lunch is $2.30 for a full price student and there is no charging of lunch meals. If you need to have a 2019-2020 school year meal application out, you can find them in the cafeteria, main office or guidance office.


Cell Phone Policy:

From 7:45 until 3:10, cell phones should be turned off and not used for text messaging, taking pictures, listening to music, or direct-connect two-way communication EXCEPT while in the cafeteria during breakfast or during a student’s assigned lunch period.

 

Dress Code Policy:

1. Torn, holey, or ripped clothing that exposes skin above the knee is prohibited. Tights or leggings must cover any torn areas which may expose skin above the knee.

2. Hats, caps, shower caps, bonnets, visors, stocking caps, bandannas, headbands, or hoods worn around the head or neck must be removed upon entering the building.

3. Skirts, dresses, and shorts should not be higher than 4 inches above the knee from the center of the kneecap when standing. This is also true of slits in long or short skirts.

4. Leggings, jeggings, and tights need a dress worn over top of them that is fingertip length or longer.

5. Pants, sweat pants, low-ride pants, and shorts must be worn to the waist, without exposing underwear or skin.

6. Bedroom slippers are not to be worn to school. Shoes are to be worn at all times for safety and sanitary reasons.

7. Low-cut tops/shirts, halter tops, body suits, tops that reveal the navel or midriff, shirts/dresses with spaghetti straps and other revealing clothing are also not acceptable. All tops/shirts must not show cleavage and they must have a 3 finger width in the strap.

8. Tank tops, muscle shirts, and see-through clothing are not acceptable.

9. Biker pants, leotards, blankets, sleepwear or loungewear worn as outerwear, or chains are prohibited.

10. Sunglasses (or other dark or shaded glasses) are not to be worn in the building. If they are necessary for medical treatment, a physician’s permission will be required.