6:00 PM Basketball - Sophomore - Boys
6:30 PM - 11:00 PM Board of Education Meeting
7:30 PM Basketball - Varsity - Boys
Cheer tryout is scheduled for March 29 through March 31. This will be the only tryout for the new school year. You may sign up online on Friday, February 17. Tryout posters are up with all the details. You must have all extra-curricular fees paid in full before March 31. Eligibility and minimum skill requirements are posted on Coach Dailey’s door. See Coach Dailey if you have any questions. Click "read full story" for more details
On Tuesday, February 14th, students from Mr. Warner's orchestra class attended a performance and lecture from music professors from University of Kansas and the University of South Alabama. PHS students actively listened to musical examples from the baroque, classical, romantic, and 20th century periods of music, performed on violin with piano accompaniment. Students were able to ask questions pertaining to performance skills, performance, anxiety, and careers in the arts.
Camp College is a FREE 4-day, 3-night program designed for rising seniors (juniors entering their senior year). Students will be exposed to a variety of college-related topics and learn first-hand from college admissions professionals and high school counselors. Campers will gain valuable skills and tools they can use to prepare for the college search, application, financing, and selection process. Click "read full story" for all the details.
The Peoria High School Spanish and French Clubs are preparing to celebrate International Week, February 27 – March 3.
Each year, Athletico gives a "Trainer of the Year" award to the best in their company. The Peoria High Athletic Department is fortunate to have Kele Cioflec serving as our trainer. We feel she more than deserves this award. Please click on "read full story" for access to a link that allows you to help nominate Kele.
Peoria High School senior Dominique Williams was one of three Peoria Public School female high school students named Annie’s Girls, an award established by Illinois State Representative Jehan Gordon-Booth in honor of her mother, Annie Jo Gordon. The Annie’s Girls Award recognizes female high school students who show exemplary commitment to their communities through service. Entrants submitted a letter of recommendation and an essay discussing their community service activities and describing a woman who had served as a role model for community service in their life.
Calvin Coolidge Middle School and Whittier School are the host schools for Peoria Public Schools' February Parent University event at the RiverPlex Recreation and Wellness Center (600 Northeast Water Street, Peoria, IL 61603). The theme for the Thursday, February 16th (5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.) will be "Fitness and Wellness. RSVPs are required for each family that wishes to attend. Just visit www.peoriapublicschools.org/rsvp by Tuesday, February 14th at noon.
Parents and Guardians - Report Cards for the 2nd grading period were handed out during Pride Time on Friday, January 13th. If your student did not get a copy, have them check with their Pride Time teacher or contact their counsleor.