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  • World Quest Team Competes in Virtual Trivia Contest

    The Piedmont World Trivia Team competed virtually on December 2nd at the World Quest Competition. Our five team members included Haley Johnson, Marissa Williams, Ferananda Nunez, Aiden Pitoniak, and Kelly Rae Pitoniak. The entire team had fun studying and competing against area high schools, as well as area corporate teams this year on trivia topics that included World Flags, Post-Pandemic Economy, Olympics, U.S. Foreign Policy, and Current Events. The team has been invited to a celebration banquet in the spring, as well as planning to compete again in the spring in the Academic World Quest Competition in March. Congratulations to all the members of the trivia team.

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  • Financial Freedom Club Holds Inaugural Meeting

    As many students are aware, high school students are rarely offered financial advice, neither in classes nor outside of school. To fill this void, two Piedmont students, juniors Ashu Lala and Garrett Tomberlin, created the Financial Freedom Club. Lala and Tomberlin wish to “educate students on financial literacy” with their combined knowledge of financial systems. They will teach students the importance of investing and savings starting out as early as high school. They both plan to expand their club and assist students in laying out their financial paths, so they can create and generate wealth as they have. They will be meeting every other Friday after school in Room E3, as well as streaming their meetings on Microsoft Teams. See Social Studies teacher Brian Pitoniak for more information.

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  • Landri Bigham Receives John H. Crowder Service Award

    The Board of Education continues to honor students who are making a difference in their school and community with the John H. Crowder Service Award. At the Nov. 4 meeting, a Piedmont High School senior, who is a shining example of dedicated leadership and volunteerism was honored. Landri Bigham is an excellent student and a wonderful role model for others. She is ranked at the top of her class at Piedmont High School. Landri is a member of both the National Honor Society and the Beta Club, in which membership is determined by GPA and commitment to community service. Through these two clubs, she has been able to give her time to an organization called Heart for Monroe and Common Heart Food Pantry. At Heart for Monroe, a nonprofit organization that exists to address homelessness and build relationships in our community Landri helps with the closet ministry. She spends her time there sorting clothes, assisting shoppers, and managing the check-out area. Landri is also an integral part of the Piedmont High School family through her involvement in activities on campus and through sports. These activities showcase her true zeal for wanting to help those around her. She is also a part of student government, where members are always trying to engage the student body and make decisions that affect all students. Last year when students were struggling with online learning, Landri stepped up and did peer-to-peer tutoring. She would spend her mornings before school, meeting with students to help them with their schoolwork.

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  • Unionville Lions Club Inducts New Leos

    Welcome our new class of Piedmont High School Leo Club members! The Lions Club of Unionville celebrated our new 45 Leos during their regular business meeting on Monday, October 25th in the Piedmont High School Cafeteria. The Unionville Lions Club provided a pizza supper for students and parents to celebrate with the President of the Unionville Lions Club Lion David Yarborough and District Committee Chairman for Leo’s Lion Mark Gaylord. Piedmont High School and our Unionville community are proud of our Leos' commitment to our community. We all look forward to seeing our neighbors at our community events.

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  • Peachjar Digital Flyers

    We have launched a new electronic flyer communication tool called Peachjar. To view school-approved digital flyers, simply click the Peachjar button on our website.

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