Dexter Eickelberger Memorial Scholarship (Due May 14th) The Dexter Eickelberger Memorial Scholarship is available to all current High School Seniors with plans pursue a degree at a two- or four-year college. Applicants with continued participation in athletics will be prioritized. Applications can be picked up and returned to the guidance office.
JH Student Council will meet today (Tuesday) after-school from 3:15-5:00.
JV choir dancing during choir practice. Photo by Chelsea Knight
Kevin Drake Memorial Scholarship (Due May 2nd) Applications for the Kevin Drake Memorial Scholarship are now available in the counselor’s office. This scholarship is open to any graduating senior who is planning to further their education in an agricultural, vocational, or medical profession. The deadline for returning applications is May 2nd, 2014. Southern Indiana Community … Continue reading
Freshman, Hannah Allen, dancing to “I Knew You Were Trouble” during JV choir practice. Photo by Chelsea Knight
Varsity won 6-2 against Mitchell on Friday and won 15-3 against Tell City on Saturday. JV lost 3-13 against Mitchell on Friday and did not play against Tell City.
Members of the Krazy Kamp Cast are expected to attend play practice today and throughout the week. Today’s practice is until 7 p.m.
Varsity lost 1-0 on Friday to Salem and lost 10-0 to Northeast Dubois on Saturday. JV lost 7-0 to Northeast Dubois on Saturday.
Paoli 17 Southwestern 11 Washington 6 Corydon 1 Abbie Franklin def Corydon Lillian Kopsolias 6-0, 6-0 Abbie def Southwestern Abbey Garrett 6-0, 6-1 Lexie Osborn lost to Washington Audrey Rogers 4-6, 4-6 Lexie def Corydon Valerie Crawford 6-1, 6-1 Jessica Fullington def Corydon Bethany THomas 6-0, 6-2 Jessica def Washington Marlee Stoner 6-2, 6-2 Hannah … Continue reading
Fourth grader Hayley Taylor at the Barnyard Carnival petting a sheep. Photo by June Hobson
JH Morp is April 25th. Tickets will be sold at lunch from April 14th-24th. Tickets are $4 each and must be purchased BEFORE the dance.
Olivia Vanmeter enjoys a slice a pie in celebration of Pi Day. Photo by Heather Rodewig
Freshman Levi Rutherford does his curl reps during A.P.E class. Photo by Landon Tharp
Students interested in participating in the senior play should meet after school today in room 111. If you can not make it but could make it to other meetings and rehearsals, talk to A.W.
The team warms up their arms at practice. Photo by June Hobson
Paoli Meridian Lions Club Scholarship (Due April 30th) All current seniors may apply for the 2014 Lions Club scholarship. Preference is given to those with financial need and clear academic and/or career goals. All completed applications must be postmarked no later than 4/30/2014. Applications may be picked up at the guidance office. Paoli Inc. Scholarship … Continue reading
Eighth grader Ty Minton throwing balls at practice. Photo by June Hobson
Students there will be a change in the office sucker sales. Those individuals interested in purchasing suckers in the office will need to do so before school only. Suckers will also be available for sale at lunch on Wednesdays.
Sign-up for Senior trip will begin earlier than once announced. Students can sign-up in Mrs. Brewster’s room starting next week, April 14. Please see Mrs. Brewster if you have questions. The date for the trip is Saturday, May 17. Students will leave from the back of the high school at 7:00 AM and will return … Continue reading
If you would like to participate in The Grand March on the day of prom, please see Mrs. Brewster. Grand March forms are due by Tuesday, April 22. If you have questions, see Mrs. Brewster or Mrs. Stroud.
The girls played a strong first match. They looked very comfortable on the court with very little nerves.
Lexi Fugate 13 Strikeouts, 1 Walk Autumn Bye, Lindsey Kloss 3 for 3 with 3 runs Lexi Fugate 3 for 4, 1 Triple, 3 RBI Taylor Mullinax 3 for 3, 1 Triple, 2 RBI Next Game Friday at Mitchell
The varsity boys track team kicked off their season yesterday falling to Borden 76 to 51. Picking up first place ribbons were Tanner Kameda in the 100, 200 and long jump; Joey Rice in the 110 and 300 hurdles; Tristan Murphy in the high jump; and Tristan Manship, Joey Rice, Spencer Cornwell, and Bryan Morell … Continue reading
Today will start the sign up period for the annual Red Cross Bloodmobile to be held at PHS on Wednesday, April 23rd in the auxilary gym.. Seniors can sign up in Mr. Gudorf’s room, juniors can get their forms from Mr. Lindley in US history classes and any student that is 16 years of age … Continue reading
Tri-Hi-Y is making superhero capes for children in homeless shelters today after school. We are also following up with plans for Save the Children.
Congrats to Allecia Latimer who has advanced to ROUND TWO for Nurse Assisting at the Health Occupations Students of America State Leadership Conference next week in Indianapolis…. Also Good Luck to Alyssa Cromwell, Kole Kibler and Tristan Rogers as they will be in competitive events for Medical Terminology, Epidemiology and Extemporaneous Writing. Thanks to all … Continue reading
The high school tennis team will be selling t-shirts for the Smash Cancer Invitation at Jasper in May. The shirts are being sold in honor of Denise Franklin and will be gold to represent appendix cancer. Half the proceeds from the sales will go to cancer research. Shirts are $10 and can be purchased from … Continue reading
Senior Hannah Thill played the mellophone for the Pride of Paoli one last time this band season. Thill started band in fifth grade and decided to stay in the band program. In seventh grade Thill was inspired by her sisters, Audrey and Leah to join marching band and play the mellophone. “My sisters were in … Continue reading
Seniors Riley and Hannah Balsmeyer came into their volleyball season with one thing in mind; hard work. Hannah and Riley love getting to know the girls on their team on a personal level. As seniors their goal for their last high school season is very important to them. “My goal was to make the most … Continue reading
As Ezra Sizemore prepares for his senior graduation at the end of the year, he looks back on one of his favorite activities at school: being in the band. Sizemore has been in band for four years playing the tuba as a member of the low brass. “I picked the tuba because I couldn’t play … Continue reading
“I have lost my cousin, my best friend, my secret keeper and my role model,” said Simpson. Whether anyone acknowledge it or not, most of people fear death and fear the death of our loved ones. Death is handled in a million different ways and it is normal to cry, brush it off and smile. … Continue reading
Senior Lakoda Pate is a member of Color Guard. Pate’s goal is to get better and better, even though she’s already widely regarded as being one of the better members of Color Guard. Some people instantly fall in love with what they want to do the first time they see it, like Pate did. “I … Continue reading
Most people in high school that are fortunate enough to say that both of their parents are still alive and present in their life on a daily basis. But what about the people who aren’t so lucky? There are many things that can complicate a parent-child relationship and make communication difficult. Senior Tristan Murphy has … Continue reading
Taylor Mullinax is one of the seniors on the varsity volleyball team. Mullinax has been playing Paoli volleyball for eight years. In this time she has made many great memories. “My favorite memory from this season was when we all threw apples,” said Mullinax. Through the years, Mullinax has gained a lot from playing volleyball. … Continue reading
You see her on the sidelines on Friday nights, always with a smile on her face. You know her as a Paoli High School Varsity cheerleader but you may not realize all she does behind the scenes. For seven years now Chelsey Lankford has been cheering for the school and has always competitive. Lankford wanted … Continue reading
The field trip for Mrs. Zehr’s class has been cancelled for today.
There will be a Junior High SADD meeting during homeroom today. Please plan on attending.
It is now time to start signing up for prom! Prom this year will be May 3rd. Students will need to pay Mrs. Flick in the office, and than bring the ticket to Mrs. Street’s room 113 to sign up for a prom table. The cost this year is 40 dollars per ticket with seniors … Continue reading
Drama Club will be hosting its annual Open Casting Talent Show Saturday, April 26. Any student, any member of the faculty or staff, or any alumni from PHS are invited to perform. All performers must attend a rehearsal on April 22 with a performance-ready act to get sound and light settings confirmed. Sign-up outside room … Continue reading
High school student council will meet this Friday during home room in Mrs. Fullington’s room. All members need to attend
The Red Cross Bloodmobile is scheduled for Wednesday, April 23rd to be held in the auxilary gym. FCCLA members will be contacting students next week who wish to be donors. (Please run this announcement for the rest of this week.) Thanks. S. Crane