PHS Choral Department will be presenting the final concert of the year, Spring Revue, this Sunday, April 27th at 2:00 pm in the Uyesugi Auditorium. Come watch the Seniors be honored as they perform their final time on stage. It will be a fun day of dance and song.
Last night the High School Academic Team traveled to North Knox to compete in the District Academic Superbowl and walked away with an impressive showing. The math team of Jordan Cadle, Jacob Tuell, Mark Bridgewater, and Todd Osborn earned first as did the English sqaud of Anna Kemple, Melody Pinnick, and Bailey Rankin. In fact, … Continue reading
To those donating blood at the Red Cross Bloodmobile tomorrow, please be sure and eat something for breakfast or lunch before reporting to the lower gym to donate. Everyone should bring a form of identification with them also.
Signing up for Grand March has been extended to next Tuesday, April 29. Please see Mrs. Brewster or Mrs. Stroud if you need a form.
When a girl gets pregnant in high school, her life changes drastically. They not only have themselves to take care of, but another living, breathing creature. They have to get food, clothes, blankets and diapers for the baby, which cost a lot of money. Some girls drop out of school and never get a good … Continue reading
When people look at Tristan England, they most likely think of a 5’10” 285 pound fearsome-looking defensive tackle. But England wants people to see a working man. England has been interested in welding since he was a child. “I always used to work with metal was I was younger,” said England. To prepare him for … Continue reading
Senior Jacob Cundiff has always been someone who loves football. Since the days of Youth Football, Cundiff has been involved. Cundiff has been known as a great friend to the players and someone who works hard to make himself better every day. Although Cundiff had such an impact on Paoli Football, he will never again … Continue reading
Senior Caitlyn Cornwell started working at the Dillman-Scott funeral home this year on the first day of school, through the agriculture department. At the Dillman-Scott funeral home, Cornwell cleans and helps prepare the bodies. Cornwell says working at the Dillman-Scott is very difficult. “It takes such an emotional toll on you,” said Cornwell. Cornwell says … Continue reading
There will be a Supermileage Team meeting today at 3:10 in Mr. Goodman’s room.
Hunter Strong lollipops are being sold in the front office before and after school along with at lunch everyday this week. This is the week for the haircuts. Lets get more donations for Hunter.
Comprehensive Health Care will once again be offering FREE PHYSICALS for STUDENT ATHLETES at Paoli Jr.-Sr. High School on Wednesday, May 21st. They will start at approximately 4:00 p.m. These physicals are for STUDENT ATHLETES that will be in grades 7-12 ONLY for the 2014-2015 school year. Physical forms can be picked up in the … Continue reading
Paoli FFA Dairy Judges qualified 2 teams for the state contest to be held in mid Mat at Purdue University. The teams consisting of Jordan Cadle , Rachel Cadle, Austin Drury, and Ashton Leonard placed 2nd while the team consisting of John Porter, Alexis Staggs, Alyx Ross, and Alyssa Blythe, placed 6th. Riley Lowe, Adam … Continue reading
Superintendent Casey Brewster does a magic trick with two volunteers from the audience at the 2nd annual Mr. PHS competition. Photo by Lily Thompson
Senior Spencer Cornwell “Makes it rain” with Monopoly money during the 2nd annual Mr. PHS competition. Photo by Lily Thompson
As of today we have 40 individuals that have signed up for the Red Cross Bloodmobile on Wednesday, April 23rd. Our goal for the drive is 70, so if anyone else is considering donating blood and has not signed up, PLEASE see Mr. Gudorf, Mr. Lindley, Mrs. Crane or Mrs. Manship by the end of … Continue reading
Freshmen Tilena Marten and Quentin Apple play dodgeball during sixth period gym class. Photo by Lily Thompson
Morgan Babcock laughs with the judges at the annual Speech Contest. Photo by Heather Rodewig
Seniors, Rachel Walls and Chelsey Lankford acting out “Hashtag” during the Speech Contest. Photo by Chelsea Knight
Service Learning picture to be at 3 p.m. during homeroom TODAY.
Senior Spencer Cornwell and Senior Brian Morrell is doing there skit. Spencer is one brother and Brian is the other. Spencer is arguing with Brian to drink the cool-ad. Photo by Emily Condra
Senior Kyle Walkins and Senior Jacob Tuell are doing a skit called Louis and Clark. Kyle is trying to get a date with a girl. They would go on to win their category. Photo by Emily Condra
Freshman Lily Thompson does her monologue. She is trying to figure out what guy she likes. Photo by Emily Condra
Senior Hannah Thill does her monologue about getting her nails done with her sister. Photo by Emily Condra
Anyone planning to participate in the talent show next Saturday needs to contact Mrs. Wishart to sign up and get details about the rehearsal.
Senior Tanner Wroblewski came into the2013 season as one of the top players in the state Indiana. He has already accomplished major achievements in his football career; his favorite being the overtime winning play to go to the sectional championship last year. “The best moment would be catching the 2-point conversion against Triton Central my … Continue reading
Luci Waynick has always been a part of sports during her school career. She has done a variety of sports including basketball, volleyball, tennis from grades fifth to 12th, but this year she decided to do something new. Running cross country was something new for any Waynick, and she found it very enjoyable most of … Continue reading
Corbin Tye is breaking ground as a new senior this year. If you have not noticed him walking the halls, that is because he is only here for first and second period. Previously, Tye was solely homeschooled. This year, new school policy took effect. A home schooled student can register in public school for a … Continue reading
A hard working boy grows up to be a prospering man. Jacob Tuell, an above average student here at Paoli with a GPA of 4.47, is trying to prove that putting academics as a first priority pays off. “I would really like to get into Purdue’s veterinary school, so doing well in school is very … Continue reading
Skyler Triplett is a senior in the Pride of Paoli band, and plays the snare drum in the drum line. Triplett started band when we was in fifth grade. When Triplett was in seventh grade, he joined the Pride of Paoli marching band. “I joined marching band because Cody Deringer was in it and he … Continue reading
Ms Eisele would like the students and staff of Paoli High school and Lost River Career Cooperative to join her in congratulating the Health Science students who participated in the Health Occupations Students of America State Leadership Conference this week. 780 students were in attendance at the event. The following students represented Paoli exceptionally well. … Continue reading
There will a picture taken of all service learning students enrolled in the class for the 2013-2014 school year during homeroom on Friday, April 18th. Listen to announcement on Friday morning for the time and place during homeroom for where the picture will be taken.
Friday April 18 will be the very last day we are accepting donation forms for the Red Cross Bloodmobile next Wed.,April 23rd in the lower gym. The lower gym will be used for the bloodmobile next Wednesday, April 23rd. As a result, there will be no lunch open gym for jr. high students. Thanks!
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will meet at the Ritz this Friday at 6:45 am
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