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  • Guess How Many!?!-It's time for the Media Center's last Guess How Many contest! Come to the Media Center before the end of the day Tuesday, May 29th and see if you can figure out how many pieces of gum are in the jar! The person with the closest guess without going over wins the jar! Happy Guessing!

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  • Second Semester Exam Schedule-Click here for the Second Semester Exam Schedule.

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  • Proctors Needed!-Final exams will be the week of June 4th-7th and we need your help! If you are available to proctor any of the days, please sign up to help using this link. We appreciate any time you can give to help with proctoring! 

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  • Women's Field Hockey-Registration for Women's Field Hockey for Fall 2018 runs now through May 30th. Field Hockey is a play to pay sport run in conjunction with PR Athletic Boosters through Charlotte Ambush. Please use the following link to register: https://sports.bluesombrero.com/Default.aspx?tabid=903559

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  • Free Sports Screenings-Novant Health Competitive Edge sports screenings are free and offered to UCPS student athletes on June 2nd from 8 a.m.-Noon. The sports screening includes medical history review and cardiovascular screening, as well as general medical, musculoskeletal and vision exams. These pre-participation sports exams are open to all UCPS middle and high school student-athletes who are rising seventh graders and above. These sports screenings fulfill the NCHSAA pre-participation sports exam requirements.

    • Registration is required. Register at ppezoom.com between April 29 and May 27.
    • Space is limited; registration is first come, first served.
    • Sports screenings are for students in sixth grade and above.

    Novant Health Child and Adolescent Medical Group - Monroe
    1994 Wellness Blvd., Monroe, NC 28110
    Forest Hills, Monroe, Piedmont, Porter Ridge, Sun Valley, CATA

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  • PR Blood drives set record!

    On a day to day basis people rarely think about the need for donated blood. Natural disasters, severe weather situations and declines in donations often cause nationwide blood shortages. That's why the Porter Ridge High School Interact Club teams up each fall and spring with the Red Cross to hold blood drives at school. “Donating blood is a vital chance to directly save lives. It's such an important part of our hospitals and healthcare systems that we can easily contribute to,” Interact Club Sponsor Becky Craig commented.

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  • Earth Science meets Earth Day

    On Wednesday, April 18th Porter Ridge High School hosted the third annual Earth Day Fair. The Media Center partnered with Jill Adams’ third period Earth Science class to set up and run the fair. Students spent the week before meeting in the Media Center where Media Coordinator, Regina Snelson, instructed them on creating effective display boards and interactive games for the fair.

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  • You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown

    The Musical Theatre Class at Porter Ridge High School will be presenting the 1967 musical comedy You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown on May 10th, 11th, and 12th at 7 p.m. The show stars Charlie Brown and his friends as he goes on a journey to discover if he really is a good man like his friends say.

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