The PLAN test (pre-ACT) will be administered to all sophomores on Wednesday, October 5.
The Piedmont Community Breast Cancer Walk will be held on Saturday, October 15 at 8:00 a.m. Adults: $15; Students: $10. Free T-Shirts while supplies last.
4:30 PM JV/V Men's Soccer @ Marvin Ridge
4:30 PM JV/V Volleyball @ North Stanly
4:30 PM JV/V Volleyball vs. Anson (Home)
7:30 AM See You at the Pole
4:30 PM JV/V Volleyball @ Sun Valley
5:00 PM JV/Varsity Men's Soccer @ CATA
Congratulations to Mr. Pitoniak for being selected as a top 10 Teacher of the Week finalist sponsored by FSIoffice and the Carolina Panthers. Mr. Pitoniak received a special box of supplies as a reward and could be the winner of this week's competition. To vote for Mr. Pitoniak, go to www.fsioffice.com/tow. Weekly winners get 2 tickets to the Carolina Panthers game on December 11th when they will draw for a grand prize winner!
Seniors and their parents are invited to attend CFNC Financial Aid Night to help answer questions about the financial aid process. The event will take place on September 28 at 6:30 pm in the Piedmont cafeteria. There have been some new changes to FAFSA this year so stay abreast of everything needed to apply for financial aid. Questions should be directed to the senior guidance counselor, Stacey Butera.
The Miss Piedmont Pageant is scheduled for Saturday, October 8 at 7:00 pm in the Piedmont auditorium. Entry forms can be downloaded or are available in the Main Office. Seniors who participate will be eligible to win a variety of college scholarships, including a $48,000 from Wingate University. Questions about the pageant should be directed to Julie Shillingburg at 704-254-6965 or by email at MissPiedmontHighPageant@gmail.com. The deadline to submit entry forms is September 23.
Dr. Tyson has announced that Piedmont High School is an A+ school according to the North Carolina Accountability Model! Teachers celebrated on September 1 during a staff meeting where Dr. Tyson praised the hard work and efforts of the entire staff. High schools in North Carolina are evaluated on End-of-Course test performance, ACT scores, graduation rates, math course rigor, ACT WorkKeys testing, and student performance and growth. According to Dr. Tyson, "This is a goal we have been working on for a long time, and I am so proud of our administration and staff to have achieved the A+ rating this year!"