Tonight, the Washington County School Board recognized both students and staff for their excellence. From Fine Arts, to Global Bi-Liiteracy Excellence, to the first ever Washington Way Award recognizing outstanding support staff. #WashingtonWay @WashCoSuper #WCPSBest
24 days ago, WCPS Central Office
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Congratulations to the winners and participants of ArtEx 2024. On Sunday May 5th, the gallery and awards ceremony were attended by finalists from PHHS. Of the 16 students who entered, PHHS had 5 place and 3 honorable mentions. Nichole B. won 1st for Ink and Marker, Alison B. won 1st for Mixed Media, Allyssa C. won 2nd for Acrylic, Kai B. won 3rd for Acrylic, and Johnna B. won 3rd for Colored Pencil. Laci C., Waylon D., and Gissel L.O., won Honorable Mentions. We are SO proud of all entries! Congrats Rebels!" Finalists included the following students: Kai B., Johnna B., Summer B., Alison B., Nichole B., Addy Y., Koda B., Allyssa C., Laci C., Waylon D., Michael J., Gissel L. O., Angel P., Chloie P., Jay W., and Abby V.
24 days ago, Tina Osborne
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Patrick Henry High School students learn the art of Crochet in Mr. Caywood's Appalachian History class.
24 days ago, Tina Osborne
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Parents, guardians, and school community members, Our water supply has been restored! Thank you for your patience and understanding. Respectfully, Ms. Helton.
27 days ago, Tina Osborne
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Parents, guardians, and school community members, Due to a water pressure issue following yesterday's water line break, the water supply on campus has been shut off to repair an issue with the water pressure valve. The WCPS Maintenance supervisor states that the water supply will likely be interrupted through the end of the school day. Students, faculty, and staff have access to water bottles and ice machines. Teachers, students, and staff have been directed to use the public restrooms at the football stadium. Teachers will be supervising classes as they commute to and from the restrooms. At this time, students will continue to proceed through their normal school day. I will continue to issue updates on this email thread as developments occur. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Respectfully, Ms. Helton.
27 days ago, Tina Osborne
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Come and watch PHHS students as they portray The Addams Family!
27 days ago, Tina Osborne
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Tomorrow is School Lunch Hero Day! Take this opportunity to show them how much you appreciate their dedication to our students each day!
28 days ago, WCPS School Nutrition
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Water Line Break Update - 1:25pm: Good news: The water supply at PHHS is fully restored! Thank you for your patience and understanding.
28 days ago, Tina Osborne
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Parents, guardians, and school community members, At approximately 10:00am, a significant water line break was discovered near our gymnasium awning/cafeteria school entrance. We immediately involved the WCPS Maintenance Supervisor, Division Superintendent, and Assistant Superintendent. Prior to cutting off the main water supply, students were encouraged to use the restroom. At approximately 10:45am, the main water supply was shut off. We have over 800 water bottles for students, faculty and staff, and three ice machines to ensure that we all remain properly hydrated. Additionally, we DO have water supply at the football stadium (public restrooms). Teachers are encouraged to walk students to the football stadium (by class) at the beginning and end of each class. The repair is expected to last 1-2 hours (at least). At this time, students will continue to proceed through their normal school day. I will continue to issue updates on this email thread as developments occur. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
28 days ago, Tina Osborne
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Get your summer on with this great T-shirt! Damascus Middle School is hosting a Blood Drive on Thursday, May 30 from 10:00-2:00. Donate, and receive a free T-shirt and snack. Contact Melissa Childress to schedule an appointment.
about 1 month ago, WCPS Central Office
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Attention PHHS Seniors: We will be having senior cap and gown pictures tomorrow, Wednesday, May 1, starting at 8:30.  Please bring your undecorated cap, tassel and gown.  For those seniors that have not received a cap and gown yet we will have similar cap and gowns for you to wear. We will not have this year's tassel so bring yours with you. Cap and gown photos look best when dress clothes are worn underneath.  We suggest that seniors pay attention to their collars (necktie/blouse) and what is below their knees (dress pants/skirt/dress shoes).   If you plan on ordering pictures from PhotoGenius, you will need the order form and payment tomorrow. Group photos will be $10.00. 
30 days ago, Tina Osborne
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The Patrick Henry High School Rebel Voices competed Saturday, April 27 in "Music in the Parks". They placed first in their division with a rating of Superior. Pictured are some of the singers after a fun day in Dollywood. Go Rebels!
about 1 month ago, Tina Osborne
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PHHS community. We received reports of a student exhibiting behaviors that could be considered concerning. Administration at PHHS were involved immediately upon receiving these reports. Please be assured that these concerns are in the process of being investigated further. Please be assured that the issue has been addressed and everyone is safe. Dr. Tim Duncan, Principal
about 1 month ago, Tina Osborne
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Where would WCPS be without the amazing professionals who work tirelessly behind the scenes each day? They are the faces of our schools, the voices on the phones, and the supporters of our entire staff. We appreciate all that our administrative professionals do to keep our schools running! #WashingtonWay. @WashCoSuper
about 1 month ago, WCPS Central Office
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There aren't enough words to express our gratitude to the Transportation Department and each of the school bus drivers who make it their mission to safely transport the students of WCPS! Thank you for your dedicated service! #WashingtonWay @WashCoSuper
about 1 month ago, WCPS Central Office
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Patrick Henry High School would like to celebrate Mrs. Gobble, Mrs. Hutton, Mrs. Mitchell, and Mrs. Barger for Administrative Assistants Day! These ladies work tirelessly to support our students, staff, and faculty! As you see them, please thank them for all they do to help PH!
about 1 month ago, Tina Osborne
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Sixteen Patrick Henry High School students were selected as finalists and will have a piece of artwork entered into the ArtExpo this year! Their work will be on display at the Virgie R. Fleenor Gallery in the Bristol Public Library from April 22 to May 14. The awards ceremony will be held on May 5th from 2-4 PM at the J. Henry Kegley Meeting Room inside of the library. Everyone is encouraged to come and support our PHHS finalists.
about 1 month ago, Tina Osborne
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Heating/Cooling Update: During this transition time in Spring, it is always difficult to determine when to "switch over" the heat to air conditioning. Once the switch is made, it is very difficult and time consuming to switch back. Therefore, we try to determine the most effective time to make that switch. After consultation with school administrators and staff it was decided to begin the process. All the schools with boilers have the heat turned off and the process of switching over has begun. The schools with cooling towers will be able to have air as soon as the process of cleaning the towers is complete. This process is anticipated to be completed by early next week. Thank you for your understanding, WCPS Schools
about 1 month ago, WCPS Central Office
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At Patrick Henry High School, Mr. Caywood’s Appalachian History class roasted marshmallows in preparation for Appalachian monster story telling. Kalie O., told the story about the Kentucky Hellhound that is said to live in the mountains of Kentucky. Moonshiners are said to have spread the tale to keep people away from their moonshine stills. Noah B., told the tale of The Mothman, a humanoid creature reportedly seen in Point Pleasant, West Virginia. The Mothman is seen as an omen of bad events.
about 1 month ago, Tina Osborne
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