Students: Aqua Tech Pools and Swim Club Management will be here during all lunches on Friday(3/23) and Monday(3/26). If you are looking for a summer job be sure to stop by their tables for more information.
Attendance Recovery will be offered March 26-29 in the Cafeteria from 3:30-5:30 p.m. Mr. Moore will meet with students if they owe recovery at this time.
Students, staff and the Parkwood community are invited to attend the chorus concert Thursday, March 22 at 7:30pm in the auditorium. Ladies' Chorus, Chamber Women's Choir and Chamber Choir will all be featured, in addition to several soloists, duets and a trio. Come celebrate both Ladies' Chorus and Chamber Women's Choir's recent successes at MPA by attending this concert. Doors will open around 7pm and admission is free.
New Media Center Contest
The Media Center has a new contest-"Pets Caught Reading". Take a picture of your pet or a friend's pet and email it to the Media Center staff. The first 10 to submit a photo of his/her pet reading will receive a $10 Chick-fil-A gift card. All submissions will be entered to win a $25 gift card of the winner's choice! Details are outside of the Media Center. The contest ends Thursday, March 22nd. (This contest is only available to Parkwood High students and staff.)
7:40 AM Beta Club Meeting-Media Center
11:45 AM - 1:45 PM Prom Tickets Sold During Lunches-Student Center
7:30 PM Chorus Concert-Auditorium
Ten truly exceptional Parkwood High School students attended UCPS Diversity Day at the Union County Agricultural Conference Center on Thursday, March 15, 2018. The students were chosen for this event via teacher nominations and included individuals from various countries, cultures, and backgrounds. Diversity Day is an annual UCPS tradition in which all high schools in the district send student representatives to recognize, understand, and celebrate the wonder of diversity.
The Men's and Women's track team had an outstanding performance over the weekend at the Trojan Invitational at Olympic High School. The women collected 3 Golds, 1 Silver and 3 Bronze Medals. Netanya Linares was awarded Field Event Athlete of the Meet after winning the Long Jump and Pole Vault. The men's team brought home 1 Gold, 2 Silver and 1 Bronze Medal. The next track meet will be the Union County Championships this Saturday at Monroe High School. Good Luck to our Running Rebels!
The Rebel Rocketeers are one of Parkwood’s newest clubs this year, and as it says in the name, it is a rocket club. Sponsored by Parkwood’s AFJROTC, the Rebel Rocketeers are a team of nine cadets that meet every Monday after school to plan and build rockets.