Opioid and Heroin Crisis Informational Session and Panel Discussion
As part of the Safe Schools Initiative, several county agencies and law enforcement partners will hold a meeting to discuss the opioid and heroin crisis in our community. Parents, students and community members are invited to attend an informational session and panel discussion at Parkwood High School on February 27, 2018 at 6:00pm in the media center.
AFJROTC’s Military Ball
AFJROTC’s Military Ball will be held at the Old Armory Community Center, in Monroe, on Friday, February 9 from 6-10 p.m. A sit down meal will be served. Men will wear service dress and women will wear prom-like dresses. Tickets are $15 until Friday, February 2. After February 2, tickets are $17.
Senior Girls Looking for Volunteer Hours
Are you flexing 4th period this Spring? Need Volunteer Hours? Local Elementary schools are looking for Junior Coaches for Girls on the Run. Help promote a healthy lifestyle and self-esteem for 3rd - 5th grade girls! Practices will be two days a week immediately following the elementary school day from February 12th - April 28th. Interested? Contact Bonnie Grote - email@example.com for more details.
3:15 PM Gaming Club-Room 402
3:20 PM - 4:30 PM Anime Club-Room 727
7:40 AM Beta Club Meeting-Media Center
The Parkwood High School SAVE/SADD Club along with Counseling Dept. conducted a week long Red Ribbon Week Celebration on October 23-27, 2017. This annual tradition at the school centers around the promotion of anti-drug and anti bullying initiatives each October and this year’s theme was “The future is key, so be drug free”. The celebration included a number of events that students found engaging, informative and fun.
What do you get when you combine a Spanish 1 class of 25 students with an Introduction to Culinary Arts and Hospitality Class of 21 students, then mix them all together with a globalism theme stirring in a generous amount of work and preparation with a final topping of fun and enthusiasm? A recipe for “The Ultimate Collaboration Challenge”! “The Ultimate Collaboration Challenge” was created when Mrs. Rodriguez’s Spanish 1 class visited Mrs. Hoobler’s Intro. To Culinary Arts & Hospitality Class on October 13th and together accomplished many objectives. These included the joint celebration of National Hispanic Month as the Culinary Class prepared four different Hispanic Food Truck Projects.
Parkwood Key Club organized the semi-annual American Red Cross Blood drive on Wednesday, October 25, 2017. During the blood drive, Key Club members greeted eager students and staff members by signing them up for the drive. After donating blood, the donors were escorted to the canteen area to enjoy refreshments with a sense of accomplishment and the knowledge that they helped save lives. In total there were 111 units of blood collected from Parkwood, making this fall blood the most successful in several years. Mark your calendars to save more lives during the Spring Blood Drive on Wednesday March 14, 2018!