Announcements

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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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  • Realignment Update

    Beginning Tuesday, April 10, UCPS will begin processing grandfathering requests for the 2018-19 school year. The district will use an online system called Scribbles to process the requests. You can access Scribbles by visiting the Realignment webpage on the UCPS website. Parents will need their child’s student ID number to access the portal. To request grandfathering, parents must complete the information in Scribbles by Monday, April 23.

    To confirm your student’s 2018-19 school assignment, visit the Realignment website, click on 2018-19 Attendance Zones and type your address in the search bar.

    Please note, parents will not receive a letter in the mail with information about their child’s 2018-19 school assignment. If you would like to accept your grandfathering option, complete the application in Scribbles by April 23.

    Parents will be provided additional information about student transfers once the grandfathering process is complete.

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  • Track Awards

    Congratulations to Kenan Waltower for setting a New School Record in the 110 Meter Hurdles at the Bojangles Track & Field Classic this past weekend in Columbia, SC. Kenan was a finalist in this prestigious event which featured athletes from over 200 high schools and 10 different states. His time was 14.95 seconds. Congratulations to Netanya Linares for setting a New School Record in the Long Jump at the Bojangles Track Classic this past weekend in Columbia, SC. Netanya jumped 17 feet 7 inches, eclipsing the old record by 3 inches.

    Congratulations to members of the track team who competed at the Bojangles Track and Field Classic in Columbia, SC this past weekend. Parkwood was one of over 200 high schools represented in this international meet. Congratulations to Anna Bristle for finishing 3rd in the 3200 meter run. Her time was 11:00.90. Congratulations to Marcus Hesske for finishing 8th in the Pole Vault with a leap of 13 feet 6 inches.

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  • JROTC Carwash

    Stop by the Waxhaw Police Department this Saturday, April 21 from 10-2 and get your car washed by JROTC! Click here for details.

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  • Prom Pictures

    Legacy Studios will be taking pictures during Prom on April 21, 2018 from 7pm - 10 pm. Please bring your completed form and payment with you at the time of your pictures. Packages start as low as $14. See attachment.

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Featured Stories

  • Track athletes compete in the Bojangles Track & Field Classic

    Our track athletes have been working hard this year and their hard work is paying off. They recently competed at the Bojangles Track & Field Classic in Colombia, SC. Kenan Waltower set a new school record and was a finalist in the 100 Meter Hurdles. His time was 14.95 seconds. Netanya Linares also set a new school record in the Long Jump. She jumped 17 feet 7 inches. Anna Bristle finished 3rd in the 3200 meter run. Her time was 11:00.90. Marcus Hesske finished 8th in the Pole Vault with a leap of 13 feet 6 inches. Congratulations to all of these Parkwood High School Athletes.

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  • Air Force Junior ROTC seniors receive four-year ROTC scholarships

    Air Force Junior ROTC is pleased to announce that a record four seniors in the PWHS program have received four-year ROTC scholarships. They are Cadets Kaitlyn Laney, Molly Setliff, Ryan Harms, and Ariel Ford. All have been a part of Parkwood's AFJROTC program for at least three years. Their scholarships will cover full tuition, books, and fees at their chosen schools.

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  • Parkwood High aspiring chefs showcase their skills at state cook-off competition

    Several months ago, three Parkwood High students submitted a recipe to the inaugural NC Jr. Chef Competition. Their Lemon Pepper Rosemary Chicken dish not only received rave reviews from their peers, but it also earned them one of only eight spots in a statewide cook-off at the April 9 NC Jr. Chef Competition.

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