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    Good Luck Lady Rams!

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    Pride Marches to State!

    Sophomore Livi Sullivan does a solo during the 2015 show “Under The Desert Sun” for the Pride of Paoli marching band at the pep session on Friday. Photo by Morgan

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    Junior High Student Council

    Photos by Addison Wells

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    Pride of Paoli at BOA

    Photos by Chloe Elliott

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    Dig Pink Volleyball Game

    Paoli Rams JV volleyball team had a pretty successful season this year. All of the players enjoyed playing the dig pink game against Northeast Dubois even though it was very

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    The Hunger Games

    Interested in winning free tickets to see the new Hunger Games movie? Check out the Hunger Games sponsored by Student Council.

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    Eighth Grade Science

    Photos by Addison Wells

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    Looking Forward To The Weekend?

    We surveyed students at PHS to find out what they look forward to on the weekends. Here are the results!

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    2015 College Fair

    Photos by Morgan Dotts

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    Varsity Tennis

    Photos by Ty Minton

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Jr. High Basketball

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7th grader Brett Bosley dribbles the ball out after grabbing the rebound Thursday night against Crawford County.

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7th grader Mason Laws gets ready to passes the ball to his teammate in their game against Crawford County.

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7th grader Cayden Moore shoots his free throw in his game against Crawford County.

PHS Service Day 2015 by Lily Thompson

Principal Todd Hitchcock lends a hand at the Habitat build in Orleans.

Homecoming Nominees Announced

The highly anticipated Homecoming festivities is upon us, and everyone is excited to know who the Homecoming candidates are. But many are also curious for the information regarding when they will be announced, how to vote, etc.

Fall athletes nominate one boy and one girl of their graduating class to represent their class for homecoming. The senior athletes nominate five boys and five girls to run for King and Queen.  

The nominees this year are:

Freshman prince Jace Ingle and princess Madison Street.

Sophomore prince Dietrich Sears and princess Callie Baker.

Junior prince Tyson Whaley and princess Meagan Dooley.

Senior King candidates are Austin Drury, Brandon Kingston, Jessey Perkins, Blake Roberts and Garrett Tolen.

Senior Queen candidates are Jessica Fullington, Tori Guinn, Darrian Breedlove, Emily Line and Erika Andis.

High school students will vote Thursday, September 17. Then of course, the highly anticipated crowning will be just before kick-off Friday, September 18 at the varsity football game against West Washington.

Story by Lindsay Morasch

Board to Meet Monday

A board meeting will be taking place on Monday, September 14, at the Paoli Community School Corporation in the Superintendent’s Office for the Board of School Trustees and the Regular School Board Meeting. The executive session will start at 6:15 p.m.

The public hearing will take place at 7 p.m.

They will discuss:

  1. a) 2016 General Fund, Debt Service Fund, Capital Projects Fund, Transportation Operating Fund, School Bus Replacement Fund, and Rainy Day Fund budgets,
  2. b) 2016 Capital Projects Plan for the Years 2016, 2017, and 2018, and
  3. c) School Bus Replacement Plan for the Years 2016-2027.

At 7:05 p.m., or at the conclusion of the public hearing, a regular session will come next. Following this, an executive session will close the board meeting.

Story by Alyssa Osborn

Pageant Results

On September 9, several PHS students competed in the Fall Pageant.

Several high school students, including sophomore Mikaela Robbins, juniors Laundon Goldsby, Emily Coots and seniors Shelby Meredith, Erika Andis and Abi Andis, were in the running for Queen. Seventh graders Lili Seals and Payton Ashley competed for the title of Princess.

While many students competed, only two could take home the title of Queen or Princess.

Shelby Meredith was crowned Queen, while Payton Ashley earned the title of Princess.

Story by Nikki Stewart

Choir to perform Saturday

Members of the junior high choir will be performing the songs “Haida”, “Like the Beat of the Drum” and “Child of Tomorrow” at the Paoli Fall Festival. They will be performing Saturday, September 12 at 3:15 p.m. on the Main Stage in front of the Court House.

New choir director Chelsea Bolas began teaching at PHS this year. She graduated from Michigan State University and is originally from East Lansing, Michigan.

So far Bolas had loved her experience here with our students

Experience: EPIC,” said Bolas.

Story by Alexis DeCarlo

Dance Tonight

SADD is hosting a dance tonight after the football game and will be held in the cafeteria. It will be open for any PHS student to attend and only costs three dollars. The money made will be going towards SADD and their activities.

What is SADD? SADD is Students Against Destructive Decisions. They talk about peer pressure, role modeling, underage drinking, drug use, teen violence, teen suicide  and environmental strategies. Their mission is ¨To empower young people to successfully confront the risks and pressures that challenge them in their daily lives.”

“I hope that lots of students will attend!¨ said SADD sponsor Summer Hudelson.

Story by Renee Lee

Announcements (2/12/16)

  • The Conexus hire technology program will be hosting an ice cream social on Tuesday, February 16 during all lunch periods. Stop by the booth in the cafeteria and receive a free cream cup, Snickers or Twix ice cream bar, drumstick, or ice cream sandwhich. Get your free ice cream ticket from your first period teacher on Tuesday morning.
  • Seniors: The senior media staff is working to collect video interviews for the senior tribute. These interviews can be done alone or with a group of friends. Contact Aylissa Bush or Henry Meade to set up a time.

Announcements (2/11/16)

  • Macho Man Volleyball will be held in the gym on Monday, February 15 at 6:00 p.m.
  • Powder Puff Football will be held on Monday, February 22 at 6:00 p.m. You can sign up in Mrs. Fullington’s classroom, room 114. There is a minimum of 6 people on each team.
  • Seniors: If you still have not turned in your tribute photos, please turn them in in Mrs. Nichols as soon as possible.
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