JV Girls fall 2-0 to the Flyers
Lady Indians fight hard but fall 2-1 to the Flyers.
Early into the 2nd half the Lady Indians trail the Flyers 2-0.
Pacific falls to Union.
Lady Indians trail Union 2-1 at the half.
Incase you missed it in our newsletter here is the link to sign your student up for summer school at PHS. Sign ups are due April 16th. https://forms.gle/MJFpmywnhFCzPc4m7
Indians fall to Fox.
Indian Soccer trails Fox at the half.
Final 1-0 Indians over the Black Knights.
At the half Pacific Soccer leads Farmington 1-0.
Final 3-0 Indians fall to the Dutchmen.
Indians trail Owensville 3-0 after 5
Just a reminder for Sophomore families that purchased a ring this year. The ring ceremony will be tomorrow morning 3/19/21 in the PHS Main Gym @6:40 am. Limit of two guests per student.
Dear Families of PHS, As many of you know, MVR-III School District has a bond issue on the April 6, 2021 ballot. Please take a moment to watch the video to learn more about Prop 1. Thank you for your time! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5z0Px058IP4
Families, Please check your email for a message from Mr. Kania
Throughout the month of March, each MVR-III School will announce its own Support Staff Member of the Year and Teacher of the Year. Today, we recognize Pacific High School’s Laura O’Laughlin as the Support Staff Member of the Year and Traci Dewert as the Teacher of the Year. Your hard work and dedication is appreciated. Congratulations! #MVNation #PHS
Despite a great effort the Lady Indians fall to Festus 66-59.
JV girls basketball take down the Festus Tigers 27-13! Way to go Lady Indians!
There are some important items coming up for studentsat PHS. Click the link below to find out more. https://www.smore.com/0ch81
Students, if you are interested in pursing a 4 year degree in a STEM related field should follow the link below for details regarding the Lockheed Martin STEM Scholarship and eligibility requirements. https://www.lockheedmartin.com/en-us/who-we-are/communities/stem-education/lm-scholarship-program.html
Students if you are planning on attending a Career Vocational Program after high school be sure to look into the Lockheed Marting Vocational Scolarship program. Follow the link for more detials and eligibility requirements. https://www.lockheedmartin.com/en-us/who-we-are/communities/stem-education/lockheed-martin-vocational-scholarship.html
Good morning, Due to today's school cancellation, the Early College Partnership Parent/Student Informational Meeting will only occur virtually through Zoom starting at 6:00 p.m. this evening (no in-person meeting). This is just an informational meeting, and participation is not required for consideration for the program. You can access the meeting by cutting and pasting the highlighted address in your web browser: Quinn Flexsenhar is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Early College Partnership Time: Feb 10, 2021 06:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/98901191519?pwd=NFZGaW9LU1pTUWlWY3E3bE5QTWF4QT09 Meeting ID: 989 0119 1519 Passcode: 714679 Find your local number: https://zoom.us/u/aBfjSYdhU I apologize for the inconvenience, and please be safe. Thanks, Dr. Quinn Flexsenhar Secondary Curriculum Coordinator District Testing Coordinator A+ Coordinator Meramec Valley R-III School District Pacific High School 425 Indian Warpath Drive Pacific, MO 63069 Phone: (636) 271-1414 Fax: (636) 271-1420 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This Wednesday, February 10, from 11 am - 8 pm is our Project Graduation D'Angelo's fundraiser. 15% of all sales are donated to PG and no flyer is needed. We only receive donations from dine in and carry out orders. Ordering is easy. Call them at 636-271-4466 or order online using the following link: https://dangelospacific.com. Take a night off from cooking, get something from D'Angelo's, and support Project Graduation!
The Early College Partnership (ECP) is an early-entrance-to-college program located on the campus of St. Louis Community College (STLCC) – Wildwood. Depending on the pathway selected, students attend ECP full or part-time for one or two years, replacing traditional high school courses taken during the junior and or senior year(s). If you are interested in applying, as space in the program is limited, please review and complete the attached application. Additionally, for those interested in attending, a Parent/Student Informational Night is scheduled for Wednesday, February 10th, at 6:00 pm, in the high school auditorium (a Zoom link will be provided later if you prefer to participate from home). All applications should be returned to Ms. Pettus (Guidance Office) or me (Room 322) by Friday, February 19th. Application https://5il.co/pe0y
Dear PHS Families, Please check your email for a message from Mr. Kania.
Dear Families of PHS, Please check your email for a message from Mr. Kania
Just a reminder for PHS students that tomorrow will be an “Even” day.
Message from MVR-III Athletics: All athletic games and practices have been canceled for Wednesday, January 27th.
Scholarship Opportunity---First State Community Bank invests in the leaders of tomorrow. The William H. Cooper Leadership Scholarship deadline is Feb. 1st at 5 p.m. Link to the scholarship: https://www.fscb.com/scholarship #PHS #MVNation #Seniors2021
Lady Indians fall to Howell Central.
Good evening, parents! Please check your email for an important message from Mr. Kania regarding a positive COVID-19 case at Pacific High School.
The technology issues should all be fixed now. Our apologies for the trouble.
After 3Q Pacific still leading 38-23.
Indians lead 25-14 over the Wildcats at the half.
At the end of the 1st period the Indians lead the Wildcats 20-5.
“Student Reminder: Auditions for the spring play are scheduled for December 14, 15, and 16 right after school in the auditorium. If you did not pick up an audition packet before Thanksgiving and would like one before auditions, please request one via email from Mrs. Fleming at email@example.com from your school email account. Audition packets will be available on Monday, December 14 all day. If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Fleming or call her at school during the day. “
Freshmen boys fall to Washington.
At the half the freshman boys trail Washington 35-12
This is just a reminder that next Thursday, November 19th, Wagner will be at PHS to take school pictures for our Seniors from 7:00 a.m. -1:30 p.m. These photos are for all Seniors regardless of attendance location.
Our apologies, the first email from Mr. Kania had an error and only made it to about half of our families. It has been cleared and resent.
Congratulations go out to the following Softball girls for achieving post season honors! Taylor Hanger- 1st team All conference, 1st team All District and 2nd team All Region honors. Olivia Walker and Molly Prichard= 1st team All Conference and 2nd team All District honors. Bella Walker and Trinity Brandhorst- 2nd team All Conference and 2nd team All District.
Just a reminder to our students. Picture retake day is Tuesday 10/20. Virtual/Hybrid, Alternative, and Vo-Tech students can attend between 7:30-9:30. Please use the main entrance to the High School. We will do retakes for in-person students from 9:30-10:30.
District Softball Final Pacific 3 Parkway West 5
Despite a great effort the Indians fall 40-24 to Festus.
Final tonight for Varsity Soccer 8-1 Indians over the Bulldogs. Great job!!!
At the half, your Indian Varsity Soccer leads St. Clair 4-1
Dear Parents/Guardians: This is a reminder that PHS Parent-Teacher Conferences are tomorrow, September 23, from 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm. Conferences are by appointment only. To comply with current safety protocols, no “drop-in” conferences will be held, and masks will need to be worn. To sign-up to meet your student’s teachers, please visit https://tinyurl.com/PHS-Fall-2020. Please include your student’s first and last name in the comments section as well as what type of conference you want - in person, phone call or zoom. This website may not work well with some smart phones. If you experience problems, please try accessing it from a desktop or laptop. If you do not have access to the internet, please call 636-271-1414 and ask for extension 2017 to schedule a meeting time. If you are unavailable to meet during those times, please contact the teacher directly to arrange a meeting. Sincerely, Mr. Daniel Kania
Indians score to make it 40-13.
After the 3rd Indians trail Union 32-7.
At the half the Indians trail Union 24-7.
End of the 1st JV football trails Union 16-7.
Your JV Indian Football gets on the board with 1:21 left in the 1st. They trail Union 16-7.
Are you looking for some new school apparel? Take a look at the www.MVR3Merch.com online store to purchase t-shirts, hoodies, and more. Text option available by texting MVR3 to 900900. Happy shopping!! #MVNation
At 4:52 left in the 3rd your Indians are all tied up at 34 vs Union!
Friday Night Football Reminders---Watch the Game Live Online! If you were not able to get tickets to Friday’s night’s game, you can watch it live at Friday Night Lights on the district website or find the link at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnJQM3I-PKSfs-U07bmWWqw For those who will be in attendance at the stadium, please note the following: *Wearing a face covering is recommended *Students in 8th grade or under must be in attendance with an adult & remain seated with that adult *No drop-offs for students in 8th grade and under *Social distance in lines and in seating *Stadium capacity will be limited to 50% *Tickets are limited---Watch it live at www.mvr3.k12.mo.us Thank you for supporting the Pacific Indian student athletes during their fall season!
Great job by Taylor Hanger on the mound tonight leading your Lady Indians to 10-0 victory over New Haven.
After 3 your Lady Indians Softball leads New Haven 1-0
This is a message to the students and families of our PHS Hybrid and Virtual students. We greatly appreciate your patience as we have been finalizing schedules and finishing moving students around to balance classes. I know this has caused a delay in students picking up supplies we just wanted to be sure we were not having students pick up supplies and then their course or teacher change. While we are still doing some small adjustments we feel we are at a point where we can hand out supplies. ---100% Virtual---We will have two evening times available for 100% Virtual Students and then by appointment during the school day from that point. -Tuesday 9/1 from 4:00-6:00 pm (please come by the high school main office) -Wednesday 9/2 from 4:00-6:00 pm (please come by the high school main office) -During the school day from 8:30-2:00 pm (please call in advance) This will include text books school/class supplies and chrombook if you have not already done so. Please reach out to your teachers and ensure you are aware of what items you need or do not need for each of your classes. Please be prepared for a wait as we will be limiting the number of familes in the building at one time. ---Hybrid---For all of our Hybrid Students we ask that you make arrangements to pick up your needed supplies on the days/times that you are on-site. If this will conflict with your drive time to return home to log in for a class pleae notify the office and we will reach out to your teacher to ensure they work with you. This will include text books school/class supplies and chrombook if you have not already done so. If there are any questions please email me and we will work to solve them. Again, thank you for your understanding during this time.
Gates will open at 6 pm for tonight's contest between your PHS Indan Football and the Borgia Nights.
Did it again, apologies as its been a busy week. Picture Day at PHS: FRIDAY 8/28/20
This is just a reminder that PHS will have picture day tomorrow 8/27/20.
MVR-III Fall Sports and Activities Guidelines... we want to inform our families and community of the Activity Spectator Guidelines and share our appreciation of your support in maintaining these guidelines to allow our students to safely participate in these activities. The Four Rivers Conference as a whole has made the following guidelines and recommendations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic that all 8 schools will follow regarding athletics for the 2020 Fall Sports season. The high school is working on providing live streaming access to student activities when seating is limited due to the safety guidelines. *Stadium capacity will be limited to 50%. *Families of student-athletes, as well as the student body, will have first priority for available tickets. *Spectators are asked to sit in family/household clusters. *Students 8th grade and under will not be admitted without being accompanied by a parent. *Keep 6 feet distance from other groups. Read the full guidance plan at https://www.mvr3.k12.mo.us/article/292416?org=mvriii.
There is a correction for PHS "Picture Day". It is Friday 8/28/2020. Our apologies for any confusion.
Good evening families, Well the beginning of the school year is upon and as we prepare to welcome students tomorrow we wanted to reach out and provide some details that will help provide clarity. There is information included for Virtual, Hybrid, and In-Person students so please read carefully. -All students and guardians are able to view your students schedule by logging in to Tyler SIS and accessing either the student or parent portal. We suggest looking it over one more time as changes may have occured during our attempts to level out courses. Additionally, as stated before we will continue to evaluate and adjust schedules in the interest of spacing, class size, and student needs. -As a reminder all students staff and visitors will be required to wear a face covering when entering the building and throughout the day. We will be handing out 3 face coverings (two masks and one gaitor) to each student tomorrow but if they have one already please wear it to school in the morning to speed up the entry process. -Tomorrow will be a "Purple Day" which will mean we are following our odd schedule 1,3,5,7,9. -If a student is unable to log in to find their schedule they will need to report to the auxillary gym and wait to receive their schedule. -All students are eligible to receive a free breakfast each morning at school, to do so they will simply check in at the cafeteria. -Students will be able to request a locker during Academic Advisory over the next few days. We ask that students only request a locker if there is a true need. -Parking passes, Open Lunch, Picture Day Packets, and many other items will be going home with students over the next few days. Please be looking for forms that need to be filled out and returned to school. -Picture day for in person students will be this Friday 8/27/20 here at PHS -We are currently working on a date with all virtual/hybrid students distict wide which will be held at Central Office. When we have secured the dates and times we will send that information out. -As we have begun finalizing rosters teachers have begun gathering resources for our online and hybrid students. Over the next few days we will be contacting families to come pick up chromebooks, textbooks, etc. -Most importantly all students will be recieve a list of building and classroom guidelines tomorrow specific to how this year will work and look while COVID continues to be a concern. It is vital that these protocols are closely adhered to so that we can maximize the level of safety here at PHS. If you have any questions regarding our re-entry procedures please let us know Lastly, we wanted to thank you all for your continued support and patience. This year is going to present new challenges to us all and test our limits of flexibility. We welcome a continued open relationship with our community. If there is anything we can help with please let us know so that we can continue to work together to support our students.
Picture day at PHS for in person students will be this Friday 8/27/20. Packets will be going home during Academic Advisory. We are still working to secure a date for our Virtual and Hybrid students to have their photo taken offsite.
Good evening, We wanted to inform our families about our upcoming chromebook handout/pick up at PHS. For students that will be attending in person for school this year. Students will be receiving their Chromebooks during the first few days of school. The Chromebooks will be brought to the classrooms and assigned to students. If a student did not return theirs at the end of the year drop off they will need to bring it to school as they will not have one to be issued. As a reminder for our students choosing to go Virtual (Hybrid or 100 percent), our Chromebook pick up will be Thursday 8/20 from 4-6 pm and Friday, 8/21 from 8 am-12 pm. If you student did not return theirs at the end of the year drop off they will need to have on to be issued to them. Additionally, we are still in the process of finalizing schedules and gathering additional supplies for virtual students. We will notify you when these items are ready for pick up. If you have any additional questoins related to chromebooks or supplies please reach out.
Parents and Students can now view schedules online by accessing the Tyler SIS Portal. Please not as we continue to work to minimize class size there will likely still be some changes. Again, this is in an ongoing effort to adjust classes sizes to maximize student safety. https://sdm.sisk12.com/PA360x3/login
As a reminder the PHS Open House has been moved to 8/24 from 6-8 pm. The Open House is for incoming freshmen and any student that is new to PHS. Families are asked to come during their established time: A-G—-6:00-6:30 H-N—-6:45-7:15 O-Z—-7:30-8:00 If you are unable to attend you may come to the walkthrough sessions on 8/18 & 8/19 from 8-12
As a reminder, returning students to PHS can stop by between 8-12 on 8/18 & 8/19 for a walkthrough to grab your schedule and find your classes. The number of people in the building at one time is limited so please be patient if you are asked to wait.
PHS will be open for walkthroughs for returning students on 8/18 & 8/19 from 8-12 am. Students will be able to pick up their schedule and walk the building to find their classrooms. We are limited to only a few families at a time so we ask that you please be patient as they may be a wait to enter.
Open House for PHS has been moved to Monday, August 24. The Open House is only for students who will be new to PHS for the 2020-2021 school year. Times are as follows: Families will be grouped by their last name: A-G 6:00-6:30 p.m. H-N 6:45-7:15 p.m. O-Z 7:30-8:00 p.m.
All RMS Fall activities start dates and times will remain the same going into next week. See link below for more information on registration and schedules. https://pacifichs.rschoolteams.com/
Families, do not forget to log on and fill out the Student Learning Option form by tonight, 7/31 at 6:00 pm
FREE food baskets today at Robertsville and Truman. The distribution station will only be open during their designated time and no food will be left at the distribution site. New Hope Fellowship will have volunteers and a refrigerated truck on-site to pass out the food boxes and direct traffic. Children don't have to be present during the pick-up, but it must be a parent or guardian unless the waiver is completed. The food boxes are free to families that have children 18 and under in the home. One gallon of milk is provided for EACH child in the home.
Attention summer school band families and students. Due to Inclement weather Band Camp will be cancelled for today July 30, 2020.
Class of 2020 Graduation Announcement- The rescheduled graduation ceremony is scheduled for Sunday, July 27th at 2 p.m. Gates will open at 12 p.m. Seniors should report to the cafeteria by 12:30 p.m. Families will be given a 1 row reservation tag. When the student's family arrives at the gate, they will be given the row reservation tag. The reservation tag should be placed on the row for the student's 10 guests; one family per row. General admission is permitted for guests to space out in the bleachers. Once seated, we ask guest to remain seated during the ceremony. Photographers will be taking photos of the ceremony and of the graduates receiving their diploma. Thank you
Good afternoon, Graduation day is finally here and while the heat seems to have backed off a bit the forecast shows some chance of rain. At this time, we plan on having the ceremony as scheduled at 7 pm with a chance of delay for weather. We look forward to seeing you all.
We just wanted to remind students of tomorrow's Senior Events: July 16th: 6:30 a.m., Senior Sunrise @ Stadium 8:30 a.m., Commencement Practice, Main Gym 11:30 a.m., Senior BBQ, Cafeteria 6:00 p.m., Senior Awards Ceremony We look forward to seeing you all!!!!!!
Final Notes and Reminders for Senior Week For all events hosted during Senior Week, we ask that all participants practice social distancing when possible. All seating at events will be spaced to ensure appropriate distancing. We ask that guests follow seating guidelines and do not move/alter any arrangement. Masks are welcome and encouraged for all guests, but will not be provided. Additionally, we encourage guests not to arrive before the scheduled times and respectfully request they avoid lingering at the conclusion of an event. Tuesday, July 14th- -Baccalaureate--- Held in the PHS Auditorium. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Event begins at 7:00 pm. Dress is business casual. Thursday, July 16th- -Senior Sunrise--- Begins at 6:30 am. Report to the PHS Athletic Stadium. Donuts and juice will be served by an adult wearing gloves and a mask. -Graduation Practice---Begins at 8:30 am. Check-in at PHS Cafeteria/Main Lobby. You must attend practice to walk at graduation. School appropriate attire. Students will receive their 10 graduation tickets for field-level seating. -Senior BBQ---Begins at 11:30 am. Food will be served in the cafeteria. Adults serving food will wear gloves and a mask. The hypnotist will be present at graduation practice and all participants must sign a waiver. -Awards Night---Doors open at 5:30 pm. Begins at 6:00 pm. Held in the PHS Main Gym. Business casual attire. Families will sit in the bleachers, students will be seated at floor level. Please try to limit guests to help ensure there is enough seating to allow for spacing. Friday, July 17th- -Prom---Doors open at 6:30 pm. Begins at 7:00 pm. PHS Auxiliary Gym. Coronation will be held at 9:00 pm. Food will be served by an adult wearing gloves and a mask. Sunday, July 19th- -Graduation---Gates open at 5:00 pm. Begins at 7:00 pm. Seniors must report at 5:30 pm to begin lineup for graduation. Each family will have 10 tickets for field-level admission for the ceremony. Additional seating is available in the home bleachers on a first come first serve basis.
Prom Safety Plan/Reminders Attention Students and Families, Please read over the following information regarding tonight’s Prom safety guidelines. The cost of entry is $20 which will be paid at the door. The attire for the evening is formal and school appropriate. Student’s temperatures will be checked upon entry. Any temperature over 100 will not be allowed to enter. The DJ will be operating from the corner of the gym separated from the students. The DJ will not be playing any slow dance songs. There will be a photo booth. It will be placed in the commons away from food and gym entry. We are not going to allow students to use props. The food will be located on the far backside of the cafeteria away from the traffic and dancing. The food will be served by an adult with gloves. The students are not allowed to get their own food. They will need to stay back from the food table. The tables are spread out on the cafeteria floor 10 feet apart. We will also have tables stationed on the entrance level to the school far away from the dance floor for those students who want to hang out in a safe place but not dance. The prom court stage will be located on the far side of the gym. Students will not be required to stay until coronation. Coronation has been moved up to 9 pm Hand sanitizer will be stationed at the main entrance, bathrooms, photo booth, and food line. Students will be limited to three at a time in any restroom. All adults supervising in close proximity to the students will wear a mask. Students are welcome and encouraged to wear their own masks. We look forward to seeing you there.
Commencement Ceremony (Graduation) Safety Plan/Details -Current date and time---Sunday, July 19th at 7:00 pm -Will be held at the PHS Athletic Stadium. Gates will open 2 hours before the start of the event. There will be separate entrances for field level and bleacher seating to minimize lines. Each family will be given 10 tickets for admission to the field level seating. Chairs on the field level will be in groups of 10 and are on a first come first serve basis. Each grouping of 10 chairs will be 6 feet from the next grouping in all directions. You do not need your entire party there to reserve your seats. Please do not move seats. The home bleachers will be available for general seating. Please note that some rows will be blocked off to allow for safe spacing. Once seated, please remain seated unless absolutely necessary. At this time the weather looks promising for the day of the ceremony and we fully anticipate it being held at the scheduled time. That being said, in the case of inclement weather on the scheduled date, rather than move the ceremony inside as in the past, our plans are to move the ceremony date and time to ensure we can provide as much spacing as possible. If needed we would move the graduation date and time in the following order: Saturday, July 18th @ 7 pm Saturday, July 18th @ 10 am Friday, July 17th @ 7 pm Sunday, July 26th @ 7 pm Again, these changes would only be made if we are unable to host the ceremony due to inclement weather. If you are in need of handicap access or transportation to the field from parking, please inform the High School Main Office no later than the date of graduation practice, Thursday, July 16th. Waters will be available for purchase at venues around the field. Masks are welcome and encouraged but will not be provided. Please practice social distancing when possible. Thank you all very much. I look forward to seeing you all.
Good afternoon, We wanted to reach out and provide details for those enrolled to attend July Summer School at PHS. First let me thank you for your patience as we have been working to finalize July details that will help ensure the safety of those attending. As a reminder the July session will begin Monday, July 6th and will run through Friday, July 31st. Classes run Monday-Friday from 7:30 am-11:30 am (Band and Athletic Development will follow the schedule sent out by their intructor/coach). Over the next few days your Summer School Teachers will be reaching out to you to give you information specific to their classes such as course specific requirements, locations, and break times. Students in credit recovery courses and the seated health classes will be required to attend in person each day and must notify the office if they are going to miss just like during a normal school year. Traditional Credit Courses (virtual courses taken for the first time) are only required to attend the first 2 days (July 6th and 7th) and the last day (July 31st) unless they struggle or fall behind. Also, we wanted to remind you that transportation is available for summer school. Details can be found on the district web page under the transportation link. If students need a chromebook and did not keep theirs at the end of the school year one will be checked out to them for the duration of summer school. As for safety precautions: -All students will enter the building through the Main Entrance -Students will be asked to report directly to their classrooms -Students should not bring backpacks. -Outside food can be brought in but must be brought in a disposable container -Students will only be allowed to use the water bottle filler stations located in the main lobby and at the end of the 400 hallway. All other water stations/fountains will be off limits. -Students will be released for breaks at schedule times to limit the numbers in common areas with time in between for sanitation -Masks are welcome and encouraged but will not be required or provided -Each classroom will have disinfectant available and hourly cleaning will be conducted of high contact areas -At the end of the day students must report directly to their bus -Students being picked up will be spaced out in the cafeteria until their ride arrives -Students will be instructed on safe hygiene and made aware of all required protocols during breaks I look foward to seeing all of you next week and if there are any questions please email me and we will do our best to answer any questions.
PHS July Summer School course information is now available. Use the following link to register for summer coursework: https://www.mvr3.k12.mo.us/o/phs/page/summer-school--106
Just a reminder that sophomore ring pick up is today from 11-12:30 at PHS. It will be a drive through process in the main lot. See you there.
We'd like to thank Bank Star, Straatmann Printing, and the senior parents for organizing and sponsoring the senior signs down Osage Street. The signs may be picked up on Friday, May 22nd at Pacific High School after 9 a.m. Any remaining signs left at Pacific High School will be stored until graduation. Again, we'd like to thank Bank Star, Straatmann Printing, and the senior parents for organizing this celebration for our seniors.
News from PHS Counseling Office- PHS Summer School Application has been emailed to parents and students to enroll in the June session and the July session. All Summer School courses taken during the June session will be Online and the July session courses will be done at PHS or Online, according to the course requirements. Transportation will be provided for High School Summer School for the July session ONLY.
Ensuring all students have the technology and internet access they need to engage in online learning is an enormous challenge for school districts, especially those in rural areas with limited technology availability. Starting Saturday, April 18th, the MVR-III School District is offering free WiFi availability to students from the parking lots of Pacific High School and Coleman Elementary (lower parking lot). To access the WiFi, search MVR-3 Guest. We expect to have additional sites available by April 27th. While on campus, please adhere to the CDC’s guidelines of social distancing: *Stay at least 6 feet from other people *Do not gather in groups *Stay near your vehicle *If you are sick or suspect you are infected with the COVID-19, please avoid using our campuses
Seniors. Jostens order pick up has been switched to next Wednesday April 1st from 11-1. Delivery will be drive up style. Please follow the signs and stay in your car. Your order will be brought to you. Also please be prepared to pay any remaining balance when picking up your order.
Join us for Project Grad Rock n Roll Bingo at St. Bridgets on March 21. Contact Renee Nickelson at 636-485-4601 for details.
Good luck to our PHS Dance team as they head off for Nationals. https://www.instagram.com/p/B81DufmB8P2/?igshid=1x5tlv9acwot1
Please join us at PHS on March 6th @ 6:00 pm for a painting party fundraiser. Please select your style by following the active link and sign up!! All proceeds go to 2020 Project Graduation Deadline- February 28th https://facebook.com/events/s/sign-painting-fundraiser/218091362558106/?ti=icl
Parents, don’t forget to sign up for the Senior Remind group for information and updates about Senior events. https://www.remind.com/join/276479
We would like to wish our ROTC Marksmanship team good luck as they head out tomorrow morning to compete in the Marine ROTC marksmanship competition in Anniston, Alabama.
ATTENTION SOPHOMORES and SOPHOMORE FAMILIES, Jostens will be at school on Tuesday, February 18th for Class Ring orders.
Our girls our still live in the Girls Wrestling Districts. Lana is sitting at 2-0 and Emma is 1-1. Keep up the great work ladies.
Lady Indians fall to St. James 52-40.
The Four Rivers Career Center tour for Sophomores today has been cancelled due to Washington Schools being closed. We will push out the new date when we are able to get it rescheduled.
As an FYI, tomorrow will be a White (even) day for PHS.
Your Varsity Boys Basketball finished out the night with a big win 76-61 over Gateway.
Great job by our JV Boys Basketball. They defeat Gateway 55-37.
Your Lady Indians take down Washington 51-39. Way to go!!!
Attention PHS students and families. With missing today for inclement weather we will be adjusting the schedule for the next few days to keep us on track with our even and odd class days. Therefore tomorrow 1/30, will be a White (even) day; Friday 1/31, will be a purple day; and next Monday 2/3, will be a white day.
Just a reminder that Freshmen Preview Night is being held at PHS Tuesday, 1/27 at 6:30 pm at Pacific High School. This event is for current 8th graders and their families interested in learning more about what High School will have to offer. Hope to see you there!
Well deserved 400 Career Wins!! Help us congratulate Coach John VanLeer on 400 Career Wins. Coaching takes grit, determination, and structure while helping youth become good citizens. VanLeer has modeled those characteristics for his athletes at PHS. Join us Tuesday, February 4th at 6:30 p.m. to observe Coach VanLeer's recognition.
Due to inclement weather all practices have been cancelled for this evening.
Due to inclement weather the Early College Partnership meeting for tonight has been moved to next Thursday January 30 in the High School Auditorium
Students, please be advised that due to the missed days this week PHS will run an All Class Day tomorrow, Purple Day on Thursday, and a White Day on Friday. Also, in case you missed it we will start school at the regular time tomorrow.
Your Varsity Boys take down Washington 63-56!!! Awesome effort.
At the half your Varsity Boys lead Washington 28-22!!! Keep it up boys.
Final tonight your Varsity girls take down DuBourg 56-33. Way to go ladies.
After 1 period of play the Varsity Girls lead DuBourg 11-7.
JV Girls Basketball takes down DuBourg 39-9!!! Awesome job ladies!!
Congratulations to Cori O’Neill for making the All Tournament team.
Final. Your Lady Indians take down the U City Lions 67-55.
At the half the Lady Indians lead the Lions 22-20.
Parents and Students, If we have a full day of school tomorrow we will be proceeding with our planned Finals Schedule. The expectation will be for teachers to review final exam materials with students and then proceed with finals as planned. In the event that school is canceled for tomorrow or that we have a late start, we are preparing an alternate scenario and will provide information once a decision has been made. NOTE: All students that are enrolled in a dual credit or college placement course will be required to take a final regardless of our schedule as per the agreement we have with the University sponsoring the credits.
JV/V Boys basketball at New Haven and 7/8 Boys Basketball vs Union at Riverbend have been postponed and rescheduled for tomorrow evening (Wednesday) with the same respective times.
Due to road conditions and weather forecast, we will not have any practices or games on Monday Dec. 16.
Do to road conditions and weather forecast, we will not have any practices or games on Monday Dec. 16.
Today’s band performance at PHS has been cancelled due to the forecasted inclement weather.
Final tonight. Your Lady Indians take down St. Paul 48-30
At the half the Lady Indians lead St. Paul 31-14.
After 1 period of play Varsity Girls Basketball leads St. Paul 19-8.
And the Varsity Girls take down Festus 51-20.
At the half the Varsity Girls lead Festus 18-16.
JV Girls fall 28-20 to Festus.
Freshmen Boys Basketball falls 46-36 to Washington.
Just a reminder we will have the December Project Graduation meeting tonight 12/2 at 6:30 in the PHS library.
Heading into the 4th your Indians trail 42-32.
At the half the Indians trail the Knights 29-25.
After the 1st period the Indians lead the Knights 13-11.
Congratulations to our PHS MJROTC program for being selected as one of the few Honor Schools in the country. This is their 12th time receiving this award!!!
Given the early release Monday and no school today, we plan to eliminate the scheduled late start tomorrow and begin at the regular time of 7:30 for grades 5-12.
To adjust for missed class time due to inclement weather PHS will have the following schedule: 11/13: 1,3,5,7,8 11/14: 2,4,6,8 Advisory 11/15: 1,3,5,7, Advisory
Congratulations to our Boys XC team for securing the first ever XC district title for PHS.
Good luck to our Boys Soccer team as they take on Rolla tonight to open district play.
November 11th PHS will be honoring our Veterans at our annual Assembly.
At the half Varsity Soccer leads Washington 1-0!
Final...JV soccer defeats Washington 1-0!!!
JV boys take the lead 1-0 over Washington with a goal off of the direct kick!
Our first showing of “Cinderella Enchanted” will be October 30th and runs through November 3rd!
PHS will be hosting our annual College and Career Fair tomorrow afternoon.
Headed into the 4th the Indians trail the Eagles 5-3.
Varsity and JV Volleyball take down Union in 3 sets tonight. Freshman fought hard but fall in 3. Great effort all the way around tonight!!!
Seniors, be sure to fill out the Mega Test Day options survey sent out to you in your email.
Students, if you plan on attending the ACT prep this Saturday 10-12-19 do not forget to sign up via the link that was emailed to you.
JV Softball takes down Affton 10-4. Great job!!!
There will be a Project Graduation meeting tonight at 6:30 in the PHS library for any Senior parent wanting to be involved in supporting this year’s Project Graduation.
The Lady Indians defeat Windsor at home 3-2 with a 7th inning walk off hit by Madison Greco!!!
Picture retakes for PHS will be this Friday October 4th in the morning.
Varsity softball pulls out a big 9th inning win to take down Union 5-4. Great job ladies!!!
After a great 6th inning rally the Indians tie it up 3-3 against Union and are headed into extra innings.
With 26:17 left the Indians add another to go up 5-0
With 35:00 left in the second the Indians go up 4-0