Upcoming Club/Class/Sports Information
Last year's Academic WorldQuest team should meet with Mr. Morgan in 401 after school on Friday the 21st for a short meeting.
HOSA interest meeting is rescheduled for Monday September 24th after school in room 402.
Art Club Interest meeting has been moved to Monday Sept 24th at 7:30am. If you cannot make the meeting at that time please see Miss Damico or Mrs. Suleski sometime next week.
Students who have been nominated for All-County Chorus need to return their nomination form to Mrs. Sims with your money by Monday, September 24. Please start listening to your rehearsal tracks. You will be given your music once you turn in your signed form and money. Check Google Classroom for information about after school rehearsals.
Any FFA member interested in going to RLC Leadership conference on September 25th, needs to sign up on the board outside Mrs. Hills room. The cost is $5 and we will be leaving that day by 2:30pm. Any questions please see Mrs. Hill or Mr. Bryant.
The next meeting for FCCLA will be held on Tuesday, September 25 in room 301 at 3:20. Please see Mrs. Hoobler or Mrs. Rivers if you have any questions.
See You at the Pole will be held Wednesday, September 26 at 7:40 am around the flag pole in the front of the school. Please join our new YCI Club (Youth Commission International) as we enjoy some refreshments and pray for our school and community.
YCI (Youth Commission International) will hold it's first meeting Friday, October 5 in the media center at 7:30am. Everyone is invited to attend and there will be food provided! They will continue to meet every Friday at 7:30am in the media center.
Key Club interest meeting will be Thursday, October 4th in room 503 & 506 at 3:15. Key Club make-up meeting will be Friday, October 5th at 7:50.
Any FFA Member interested in going to the NC State Fair on October 18th, 2018, needs to come see Mrs. Hill ASAP and sign up. It is open to FFA Members only. The cost is $30 plus 5 can food items. Deadline to sign up is October 12th.
Gaming Club meets every Tuesday.
JROTC BBQ Fundraiser
Dee-licious BBQ plates and 1lb containers will be available Saturday, October 27 at 11am at the Waxhaw American Legion Hall. You can dine or or take out. Tickets can be purchased for $10 from JROTC cadets or from at varsity football games. Please support our cadets!
Spring SPCC Classes
If you are a Junior or Senior who is interested in taking SPCC classes in the spring, see your counselor by September 21st to complete registration process. You must have at least a 3.0 to qualify.
4:00 PM Tennis vs. Sun Valley @ Home
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM FFA & FCCLA Fall Festival-Greenhouse
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM Anime Club-Room 727
3:30 PM HOSA Interest Meeting-Room 402
One of the new history teachers here at Parkwood this year is Mr. Dunn. This is his first year teaching after graduating from UNCC. Mr. Dunn says the best thing about being at Parkwood is all of his amazing students! His favorite color is blue, his favorite animal is a dog, and in his freetime he coaches wrestling. Mr. Dunn is very excited to learn about his students this upcoming school year.
Ms. Stout is part of the CTE classes. She has only been teaching for 3 weeks now and was previously in the business world. She has two boys, one is a graduate in college and the other is a senior in college. Some of her interests include sports such as football. She also likes The Tar Heels & enjoys working outside! Before the business life, Ms .Stout graduated from Chapel Hill North Carolina. If she were too travel the world she desires to go to Spain. Her favorite part about teaching at Parkwood is ¨Working with the kids¨.
Mr. Hayes grew up in Hendersonville, North Carolina and went to East Henderson High. After high school he attended Western Carolina University and majored in History, with a minor in Political Science. Haynes was a teacher assistant at Hillandale Elementary School for one year, before teaching at Monroe High School for two. This is his first year teaching at Parkwood and said he enjoys the other teachers in his department. Haynes is a football and baseball coach, this is his fourth year coaching baseball and his second coaching football. He would like to raft the Colorado river, because it’s in the Grand Canyon. Mr. Haynes likes to hunt and hang out with his dog during his free time.