FCCLA Week is February 8-12, 2016
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America would like help celebrating FCCLA Week. The club challenges all Parkwood students to:
Band Boosters Spaghetti Dinner
The Parkwood Band Boosters Spaghetti Dinner is Saturday, February 13th from 5-8 p.m. at Mineral Springs United Methodist Church, at the corner of Hwy 75 and Potter Rd. Plates are $8 and kids aged 5 and under can eat free. Come and get a great meal and support the band.
PTSO Pursuit of Excellence Award
The Parkwood PTSO is accepting applications for the Pursuit of Excellence Award. Two students from each grade will be selected to receive an award. Each winner will receive a $30 gift card and a certificate. Applications are available in the Main Office and are due by the end of the day on Tuesday, February 16.
February is Teen Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Did you know that 1 in 3 teens has experienced some form of abuse by a dating partner? The GSA would like everyone at Parkwood High School to wear orange on Tuesday, February 9, 2016 to promote awareness about the problem of domestic abuse. Find more information at loveisrespect.org.
4:00 PM JV Women's Basketball @ CATA
5:00 PM JV Men's Basketball @ CATA
6:30 PM Var. Women's Basketball @ CATA
8:00 PM Var. Men's Basketball @ CATA
On January 27, 2016, recruiters from the U.S. Army brought a Distracted Driver Activity Trailer to Parkwood High School and parked it in the bus lot. Classes visited the trailer throughout the day, participating in programs and activities designed to educate them about the dangers and consequences of driving without paying attention.
Each year, thousands of children deal with life-threatening illnesses and the stressors that accompany them. Students in Morgon Outing's Apparel and Development class decided to help these children by sewing handmade pillow cases to support Ryan’s Case for Smiles, an organization that comforts young patients and their families by distributing whimsical pillowcases in hospitals worldwide.
For the second month in a row, a Parkwood student has been named the Bank of North Carolina UCPS Athlete of the Month. The December recipient is senior tennis player Meredith Little.