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    Scrolling here are announcements that pertain to the whole school community. For a complete list of all Parkwood High School announcements, click HERE. Also, be sure to click the Calendar link on the main webpage to see daily school events.

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  • Chorus

    Chorus seniors need to complete their senior bio form for the chorus concert program by Wednesday. Please check your email and Google Classroom for the link. If you don't complete the form, you will have no bio in the program Thursday night.

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  • Upcoming Club/Class Information

    The next SAVE/SADD club meeting is scheduled for Thursday, May 24th at 7:50 in room 202. 

    Anyone interested in being on Student Council for the 2018/2019 school year, please stop by Mr. Mather's room (605) to pick up your application. All applications will be due this Thursday, May 24th.

    The SADD/SAVE Club is observing World No Tobacco Day on Wednesday, May 30th. Come out to the club’s informative booth that day during your lunch to find out more about this effort to end teen tobacco usage and vaping. The booth will contain information and statistics on the history of tobacco usage, dangers, costs, etc. and also include an anti-tobacco pledge. Remember to take a moment to help yourself and others by staying away from and aware of the dangers of tobacco, nicotine, and vaping.

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  • FFA Banquet

    Parkwood FFA will host there annual banquet May 22nd, 2018 at Jackson Fire Department at 6:00pm. Tickets are $8.00 at the door. Everyone is welcome to come to celebrate in the accomplishments of the members this year.

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  • Wizard of Oz Scripts

    All Wizard of Oz cast members who received a script need to return it ASAP. Please erase it before returning it, and give it to Mrs. Sims or bring it to the main office.

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Featured Stories

  • Union County JROTC Sports Competition

    On April 19, 2018, Parkwood Air Force JROTC finished first place overall in the spring Union County JROTC Sports Competition, which was held at the National Guard Armory in Monroe. Opponents were Piedmont and Porter Ridge AFJROTC, Monroe AFJROTC, and Forest Hills NJROTC. Events were armed flight, unarmed flight, armed element, unarmed element, armed individual, unarmed individual, and color guard. Parkwood took first place in five of the seven events, and second place in one. Months of after-school practice paid off in this phenomenal performance!

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  • Student to participate in summer immersion in Korea

    Janna Townsend was recently accepted into Stony Brook University's Summer Immersion program for Korea. This is their fourth year running the program where they offer high school students a fully immersive environment in learning Korean language as well as an opportunity to experience the culture and life in Korea. Janna says, "I am most looking forward to meeting my host family, NSLI-Y faculty and staff, and my fellow participants! I am thoroughly anticipating being able to study Korean not only in a great learning environment, but in South Korea." This program will help Janna reach her goal of becoming proficient in Korean as she plans to study abroad in South Korea during college. She also wants to major in Foreign Language.

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  • Track team accomplishments

    On April 25, 2018 Parkwood's track team particpated in a competition at Cuthbertson High School. The men's team finished 2nd and the women finished 3rd. The men won four events and set two new school records. The Parkwood Men's 4x100 meter relay team finished in 1st place and set a new school record. Marcus Hesske set a new school record in the pole vault with a winning vault of 14 feet and 1 inch.  The women's team won 5 events and established two new school records. Netanya Linares finished 1st and set a new school record in the pole vault with a vault of 10 feet 6 inches. Anna Bristle finished 1st and set a new record in the 800 meter run with a time of 2 minutes and 22.69 seconds. The track team will go on to compete in the Southern Carolina Conference meet on May 1, at Monroe High School. Come out and support our Running Rebels! 

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