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The HS Spotlight music concert is tonight at 6:00pm in the Student Center. This concert will be featuring all high school bands and choirs. Please join us for a great evening of music and celebration!
Registration is now open for all fall sports. Please go to billiesathletics.com and select “register an athlete” to start the registration process. Fall sport registrations include 7th/8th grade football and volleyball, 6/7/8 cross country, and all HS sports. For updates regarding summer practices and season start dates, please refer to the athletics website.
Congratulations to the 6th/7th/8th grade students who earned the 4th Quarter reward trip! Students who earned C’s or above in all classes and showed positive behavior 4th quarter will be leaving for the coast on Wednesday, June 8th at 8:20 and returning at 5:30. All students received a notification letter Monday in class with more detailed information about the trip if they were eligible. Way to go!
Thank you to everyone who has applied to be an Outdoor School Counselor next school year. We are still accepting applicants this week for male counselors. Please see Ms. Raade ASAP for an application.
Congratulations to our ASB officers for the 2023 school year – President Chelsea McAllister, Vice President Alli Bennett, and Secretary Maddie Monteith. If you ran for an ASB office, but weren’t elected, you may still run for the position of Treasurer. Come to the front office if you are interested.
Pleasant Hill volleyball is hosting a camp for players who are going into grades 4-9. Camp runs July 18-20, from 3-5:30pm. Registration fees are $60 and include a camp t-shirt. For more information, pick up a registration form in the front office.
Open gym for cheer is tonight. Bring a friend and be put into a drawing for a coffee card! Eighth graders are welcome to come from 4-5:00pm and 9th-11th graders from 5-6:00pm. Please join us upstairs in the main gym.
Summer opportunity for middle and high school students at LCC…FREE Welding Camp! You will learn the basics of welding and create a small fabrication project. Dates are: Middle School August 8-11, and High School August 15-18. Both camps run from 8am-12pm. To register go to: https://inside.lanecc.edu/earlycollege/welding-camp
High school students – Richardson Sports is having an on-site career fair and open house on May 19th, from 4-7pm. They are located at 500 International Way in Springfield. They have a variety of openings, from entry-level up. They have part time openings available and will work with your school schedule.
Attention Juniors! State testing starts next week, beginning with Language Arts. Juniors with the last name A-L will test on Monday and Tuesday during periods 1 & 2 in Room 11. Juniors with the last name M-Z will test Wednesday and Thursday during periods 1 & 2 in Room 11. Please make sure to bring a charged, updated Chromebook. Headphones will be provided. If you have any questions, please direct them to your ELA teacher.
Please make sure all students who are doing state testing update their Chromebooks. This applies to all Juniors and Middle School students.
Attention Juniors! State testing starts today, beginning with Language Arts. Juniors with the last name A-L are testing today and Tuesday during periods 1 & 2 in Room 11. Juniors with the last name M-Z will test Wednesday and Thursday during periods 1 & 2 in Room 11. Please make sure to bring a charged, updated Chromebook. Headphones will be provided.
Mr. Meinzen left his hand made tool from Africa on Friday outside of school. That tool was a longtime gift from a friend in Sierra Leone. Please return it to him. He will be so grateful. Thank you.
Congratulations to Caitlin Olinger, Cael Shepard, Cassidy Perkins, Ethan Bahen, and Noah Bernacki for being awarded Outstanding Musician awards at the 2022 Mt. Hood Jazz Festival last Saturday. Congratulations also go to Solar Jazz for qualifying to compete at the OMEA State Jazz Championships on Friday, May 20th. Way to go!
The Booster Club’s scholarship application is now open and accessible on their website pleasanthillboosters.com. Application deadline is May 27th.
There will be a meeting next Tuesday for all girls in grades 8-11 who are interested in playing basketball. Please meet in Room 1 during HS lunch on Tuesday. Any 8th grade athletes who are interested in attending, please go to your 4th period class until meeting time.
Don’t forget to join us at Gatehouse tonight at 6:30 if you are interested in learning about Pleasant Hill wrestling.
ASB officer elections are open to all students who will be in grades 10-12 next year. The following positions are available: ASB President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. For more information, please see Mr. Joel or go to the front office. Application deadline is May 27th.
Seniors – some of you still have books checked out from your middle school years. Please return those to the library ASAP! All school books, Chromebooks, and chargers need to be turned in before graduation. Avoid the lines and please don’t wait until the last minute. You will be charged for any items that are not returned to the school.
Congratulations to the members of our HS track team who made it to the state championships. These athletes are competing today and tomorrow at Hayward Field. Good luck to Stella Hucka, Dakota Hyland, Ellie Epperson, Jackson Weller, Gavin Inglish, Zach Seratte, Hunter Allen, and Landon Miles!
LCC will be offering Saturday drop-in sessions and providing information on everything Lane-bound students need to know about getting started at LCC. Help will be provided (from 9am to 2pm) with applying to Lane, submitting a FAFSA/ORSAA, and applying for the Oregon Promise (MUST BE COMPLETED BY JUNE 1). The following are dates they will be available: Saturday, May 21st – Main Campus Bldg 1, Room 102, Saturday, July 9th – Mary Spilde DTC, Room 220, and Saturday, Sept. 17th – Main Campus Bldg 1, Room 102. Students who would like help with completing a FAFSA/ORSAA should bring 2020 W-9s and tax returns. For questions, please contact admissions office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-463-5678.
Congratulations to Solar Jazz for placing 3rd at the OMEA State Jazz Championships. Also, congratulations to Tyler Bahen for being selected as outstanding saxophone player of the day!
Congratulations to our baseball and softball league champions! Both teams play at home on Wednesday at 4:30. OSAA sets pricing for these games. Adults $8/students $5, no senior discounts. A student is any child age 5 and up, through a senior in high school. Only OSAA passes accepted.
FFA is having their year-end awards banquet tonight at 6pm in the Student Center. All members need to be present, official dress required.
From now until the end of the year, the art room will be hosting a tie-dye station during lunches and breaks for anyone who wants to participate! Bring a white cotton t-shirt (or any natural fiber garment, synthetic fibers do not work well with the dyes) and have fun! Let’s make the end of the year a colorful occasion for everyone! Station will be open while supplies last.
McKenzie Roofing, Inc. is currently hiring for general laborer. Must be 18 years old. No experience necessary, starting wage is $18 per hour. Stop by 1500 South A Street to pick up an application.
High school boys soccer will be having open field practices Monday-Thursday at 3:30. Practices start today and will go through the summer.
Congratulations to our March high school students of the month: Senior Francesca Thuresson, Junior Emma Dyemartin, Sophomore Cord Anderson, and Freshman Ellie Epperson.
Congratulations to our most improved high school students for the month of March: Senior Gabe Trafton, Junior Travis Gielish, Sophomore Kade Kienle, and Freshman Nic Perkins.
On Thursday, April 14th, at 6:00pm, the eight public universities in Oregon are teaming up to bring the Oregon Public University Tour to the virtual world! Students will be able to learn about the benefits on staying in-state for their college degree and become more familiar with options available to them. Visit OPU Event Registration to register.
The YMCA is looking for amazing soccer players who want to help teach the game of soccer through leading clinics and refereeing. The Y has a soccer program that runs on Saturdays in Creswell and Pleasant Hill. Clinics and games are for 3-year-olds through 5th grade. These are perfect opportunities for athletes to help youngsters begin their love of the game. To apply Eugene YMCA or call 541-686-9622.
Child Care: Looking for someone to watch her toddler for a couple of hours after school. Flexible schedule, located at the end of Lost Creek. Pays $10 per hour. Contact Marissa Darlene 541-666-8722.
Attention juniors and seniors: An Enchanted Garden Prom tickets are now on sale in the office for $20 per person. You MUST fill out and return a guest pass for any non-Pleasant Hill student prom guest by Tuesday, April 19th. Non-Pleasant Hill students without a completed guest pass will not be admitted into prom. Prom is Saturday, April 23rd, from 8-11pm at Emerald Valley Event Center in Creswell.
The 45th Annual Pleasant Hill Jazz Festival is Saturday, April 16th, with events taking place from 8:30am-9:00pm. Come cheer on our local bands at 8:45(combo), 9:15(Second Generation), and 10:30(Solar Jazz). Guest artist concert is at 5:00, with finals competition beginning at 7:00. Food trucks are open to the public – Vinnie’s Smokin’ BBQ, Homemade Fried Bread, Buendia Mexican, and Shaved Ice. All-day tickets ($5 student/$8 adult) include entrance to venue, clinics, concert, and finals. If you’d like to volunteer and be a part of this amazing event, please contact Zac Tendick at email@example.com.
The application for our 2022 Young Women's Fire Camp hosted by the Eugene Springfield Fire Department is in the counseling office. This is a free event offered each summer to high school students. Applications are due by May 15th.
Calling all 2023 parents and guardians – please attend the planning meeting at 6:30 tonight at the Hilltop in Pleasant Hill. These kids deserve a great party and we need your help. Please come!
Please send Ms. Ruiz a list of all the colleges/universities you have been accepted to, along with the scholarships (names and amounts) you have been awarded at each school. This information is needed by May 20. Thanks!!
It is that time of the year to start sending Ms. Ruiz a picture of you wearing something or holding something with the name of the college or apprenticeship program you will be attending next year. See Ms. Ruiz if you have questions.
Thank you to everyone who helped with the Pleasant Hill Jazz Festival. It was a huge success and we couldn’t have done it without you. Congratulations to Solar Jazz and Combo for finishing 3rd, and to Noah Bernacki for being awarded Outstanding Musician of the single A division. Great job everyone!
If you’d like to sign up for the corsage clinic, there is a sign-up sheet in the office and Mrs. White’s room. The clinic will be held Wednesday at lunch in Mrs. White’s room. There is a small $5 fee to cover the cost of supplies.
Check the lists posted in the window of Room 17 or the front office to see if you are on the 3.5 GPA list for Quarter 3 grades. If you are on the list, come get a treat at your designated time during lunch in Room 17 on Thursday.
The Booster Auction is being held at Emerald Valley Event Center on April 30th. Tickets are still available to purchase online at pleasanthillboosters.com.
Let the world know how proud you are of your senior! Buy a personal ad today for only $40 for 1/8 of a yearbook page. Larger ads are $90 for 1/4 page and $190 for 1/2 page. Send us your pictures and message to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline is May 1st. Please make checks payable to PHHS or credit cards are also accepted in the front office.
High school students, if you’d like to help with graduation, come see Mrs. D’Agosta in the office. Arch bearers and other helpers are needed on the night of graduation.
There will be an FFA meeting during lunch tomorrow in Mrs. White’s room. This is an important meeting to attend, with a lot of information being given out. Please don’t miss it!
High school students, if you’d like to help with graduation, come see Mrs. D’Agosta in the office. Arch bearers and other helpers are needed on the night of graduation.
Congratulations to our most improved HS students for the month of April – Senior Mason Botelho-Cookman, Junior Morgan Perkins, Sophomore Logan Holston, and Freshman Jace Harris. Congratulations to our HS students of the month for April – Senior Isaac Stowell, Junior Matt Dutton, Sophomore Tressa Geyer, and Freshman Charlotte Keepers.
In February our FFA chapter qualified for the Oregon State Competition, which is being held at the Oregon FFA Convention in March. Our leadership team took first place in farm business management and second in co-op quiz. Tressa Geyer placed first at districts and first at sectionals, also advancing onto state in sophomore public speaking. Way to go and good luck!
The FFA meeting is tonight at 6:30pm in the student center. Please wear your official dress. Middle school and high school students will come together to discuss our spring FFA season, fundraising events and fair. Our Alumni Association will also be present for supporters and parents who want to engage in assisting with activities. For more information please contact Angela White.
The Equestrian team will be competing March 4-6 at the Oregon Horse Center. All events are free, masks are required and no dogs allowed.
Cottage Grove Speedway is hiring concession stand workers! This is great work experience in a family-friendly environment. The schedule starts in March and runs into September. You must be at least 16 to apply. Please call/text Stephanie @ 541-510-1611 if you are interested.
Congratulations to Eli Brenn for being awarded most individual wins in the first board position at last weekend's state chess tournament. Great job!
Class of 2026: You are invited to PHHS Virtual Incoming 9th Grade Student/Parent Night on Tuesday, March 15th at 6:00pm. This is a great opportunity to learn more about high school curriculum, graduation requirements, athletics, activities and more. The Zoom link will be available soon. Also, the presentation will be recorded and posted on the High School Counseling webpage on March 16th.
In order to keep your Chromebook running smoothly, it's important to install updates. How to manually update your Chromebook:
1) Log in to your Chromebook
2) On the bottom right, click on the Time
3) Click on the Gear (settings)
4) On the left, near the bottom, click on About Chrome OS
5) Click on Check for Updates, and let it run. You may have to restart your computer to complete the update
If you are having any consistent problems with your Chromebook, please bring it in to have it looked at.
Paszkiet's March Madness Challenge will be back next week! There will be bracket challenges for both the men's and women's tournaments. No experience necessary! A sign-up sheet will be posted in Room 19 if you would like to play. Winner gets DQ lunch!
Beginning March 14, masks are optional for all students and staff while at school and also on district transportation. Please be respectful of an individual's decision to wear or not wear a mask.
Forecasting (selecting your classes) for the 2022-23 school year will take place this Wednesday (current 8th and 9th grade students) and Thursday (current 10th and 11th grade students). Students will have until April 1st to make their course selections.
Choir Concert Tonight - Middle and high school vocal students will be performing tonight at 6:30pm in the Student Center.
Band Concert Thursday - Our band concert will take place Thursday night in the Student Center at 6:00pm. This concert will feature both middle and high school students.
Come and enjoy two fun nights of music!
Coming soon - Pleasant Hill Cheerleading tryouts! Help promote school spirit! Dates will be coming soon.
Are you thinking of a career as a coder, game developer, designer or robotics engineer? Then start with the experience of a world-class program like the Naval Academy's Summer STEM Program! The summer STEM program involves a vibrant week of problem-solving, critical thinking and team building for rising 9th-11th graders interested in a future in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. You'll work with students from all over the country as you test your problem-solving, creativity and collaboration skills. Use the link below to learn more and apply by no later than March 31st.
Summer jobs available at Lane County Public Works!
Apply March 25 - April 18, 2022.
Seniors - Central Cascades Fire and EMS is now accepting applications for their Student Resident Intern Program! This is a great opportunity for students wanting to go into the field of EMT, Paramedic and Firefighting. Must be 18 and have a HS diploma or GED. For more information, click here and go to Resident Flyer.
Help Wanted - Need landscaping bricks moved, holes dug for trees, etc. Pays $15 per hour. Call Dalanna (541) 852-3519.
Need 1-2 people to move irrigation pipe. Days vary, 2-3 hours per day when you work and will start when weather is good. Pays $14 per hour. Call Jim (541) 747-0065.
Care Closet is open for free, confidential assistance to students. We have hygiene items, school supplies, a few clothing items and more. If you need help with any items to make school more accessible, please reach out to Mrs. Williams in school or scan the QR code on the posters around campus. If you would like to donate to Care Closet, please reach out via email.
Congratulations to Cesca Thuresson for being admitted to the University of Puget Sound!
Reminder for High School Students - Please do not go into the middle school hall unless you have a class in that area.
Come support the Equestrian Team at their 1st meet of the season. Events take place Friday, Saturday and Sunday at The Oregon Horse Center. All events are free! Masks are required and no dogs allowed.
There will be a high school track meeting during lunch today in Room 16.
Spring registration is now open through March 21st for the Pleasant Hill Clay Target Club. Visit orclaytarget.com for league information. The club is open to grades 6-12 and a safety certification class is required before competition. Please contact Greg Pittman for questions (541) 915-7313.
Congratulations to our most improved students for January - Freshman Sami Pembleton, Sophomore Clayton Williams, Junior Riley Summers, and Senior Gabe Eggart.
Congratulations to our January students of the month - Freshman Micah Driessnack, Sophomore Deanna Helvie, Junior Gavin Hoellrich, and Senior Alice Keepers.
There will be an FFA cattle project meeting for middle school and high school during lunch periods today, in Mrs. White's room.
The coffee cart is now open before school and during breaks.
Pleasant Hill High School is hosting an apprenticeship career fair on May 6th. If you have an apprenticeship program and want to participate contact Kathy Duval at email@example.com or (541) 736-0751.
Chromebook Charger Shortage - The library is currently out of extra Chromebook chargers. Please check at home and return any extra chargers you may have borrowed. Remember to charge your Chromebook at home every night to avoid the need to borrow another charger.
Seniors - Springfield Rotary Club Scholarship - an award for a graduating senior who plans to attend an accredited college or university. Superior performance in school, character, capacity for leadership and financial need. For an application, please see Ms. Ruiz.
Congratulations to Noah Bernacki and Cassidy Perkins for being awarded an Outstanding Soloist award at the West Salem Jazz Festival on Saturday.
We will be hosting a boys league playoff game against Harrisburg on Friday at 6:30pm. We will be charging at the league playoff game (Adults $5, Students $3, and Senior $2). Tickets may be purchased online at billiesathletics.com or at the gate (CASH ONLY). All are welcome to attend, but we are asking all spectators to wear masks during this event.
If you are dropping off your student along the sidewalk by the school, please note that this is "pause only" parking. The buses are not able to pass vehicles, so traffic can back up quickly. Please use a parking spot if you need extra time or need to meet someone. Thank you.
Congratulations to Peyton White for receiving a scholarship from the Spencer Creek Grange for outstanding service in Lane County 4-H and FFA. Way to go!
Congratulations to the HS Billies wrestlers. Great job at the District Tournament, placing 2nd overall! Six of our 10 wrestlers will be moving on to the State Tournament next weekend in LaPine. Great job Billies!
Juniors interested in joining Prom Committee, please come to a lunch meeting Thursday in Room 17.
Seniors and Juniors, Summer Opportunity - Current Lane County high school juniors and seniors are invited to apply for a paid summer internship experience in the industry of their choice! Student applications will be reviewed, interviews will be scheduled with those who qualify and students will be matched with a local host company. Applications are open from Feb. 21 - Mar. 31. Pay is $15 an hour, working 20-40 hours per week for 5 weeks. Apply Here.
Congratulations to our most improved students for February - Freshman Cael Shepard, Sophomore Precious Lyle-Lopez, Junior Payton Swaim-Wilson, and Senior Emilie Nguyen.
Congratulations to our February students of the month - Freshman Gregory Kirkland-Jefferies, Sophomore Lillian Rodrigues, Junior Chelsea McAllister, and Senior Morgan Jorgensen.
Attention critical thinkers! The Discussion Club is starting back up tomorrow, and you're invited. At our weekly meetings we discuss current events and topics of interest. It is our mission to create a place of respectful interaction for students to listen and to be heard. If you're interested in sharing your ideas and experiences, and making some new friends, come check it out! We will meet on Tuesday, March 1st, at lunch in Room 20. For more info, ask Francesca Thuresson or Mr. Neill.
A big thank you to the 6th grad class and Mr. Gardner for their help creating holiday cards for the senior citizens at Magnolia Gardens in Cottage Grove. The residents were very grateful for their generosity.
The library is currently out of extra Chromebook charges. Please check at home and return any extra chargers you may have borrowed. Remember to charge your Chromebook at home every night to avoid the need to borrow another charger.
Are you interested in traveling to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands? If you want to find out more information, come to a meeting in Mrs. Watne's room 17 during lunch on Wednesday, January 12th. There is no obligation to sign up for anything. It should be a short meeting just to see if there is any interest in travel.
High school students that want to work in the coffee cart, pick up an application in the counseling office.
Congratulations to the cheer team on their win this weekend!
Congratulations to Abby Curtis for being accepted at University of Portland, Whitworth University and OSU!
The Navy Recruiter will be in the counseling office during lunch today.
There will be a short NHS meeting today during lunch in room 13. Please join us to discuss individual service projects.
Due to the recent surge in Covid-19 cases here in Lane County and in an effort to continue to offer winter athletics, the Pleasant Hill School District and surrounding districts, will be implementing capacity limitations for all home athletic events. Spectators will be limited and tickets will be required to attend events to allow for increased distancing. Each Pleasant Hill student-athlete will be permitted four guest tickets per home event. Instructions on obtaining tickets will be emailed to families.
There will be a parent/student meeting via Zoom on Thursday, January 20th at 6:30pm to find out more about the Ecuador and Galapagos Spanish trip. If you would like to know more, please attend the meeting if at all possible. The Zoom link will be provided in Google Classroom in Sra Watne's Spanish class and in her blog if you are not currently in her Spanish class.
Congratulations to the cheer team on winning another game day competition last weekend!
Congratulations to Blake Allen for being accepted to the University of Oregon!
All High School Students - 2nd semester schedules will be handed out next Wednesday, January 26th.
Senior pictures are due by the end of the month. Email the files to Mr. Meinzen (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Winter Job Shadow registration is currently open and closes on Monday, January 31 at 5:00pm. Open to high school-aged youth, job shadows provide an opportunity for youth to gain a sneak peek into a dream career. Registrants are matched with a company in their field of interest for a virtual or in-person experience. Click here to register.
For all middle school readers! We are forming a new Book Club that meets Wednesday during Middle School lunch in Room 18. Bring your current read ready to share, have some snacks, then learn about what other kids are reading.
Application are available for the Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) for summer work. There will be a variety of opportunities to work on projects such as construction and repairing trails, preserving and repairing historic buildings, removing invasive species, assisting wildlife, land research, leading environmental education programs and supporting agency staff.
No school tomorrow - January 28, 2022.
High School Students - Please email Mrs. Anderson regarding any schedule changes at email@example.com. The last day for any schedule changes is Friday, February 4.
There is a Mr. Billie meeting in Room 20 during HS lunch today. If you are interested in being involved with Mr. Billie, this meeting is mandatory.
More senior college acceptances are coming in! Congratulations to Cesca Thuresson to the University of Oregon, and Alice Keepers to Oregon State University, Honors College.
Congratulations to our most improved students for the month of November: Freshman Aiden Albright, Sophomore Jeidda Crawford, Junior Jennah Kopperud and Senior Trevor Hart. Congratulations to our November students of the month: Freshman Savannah Bell, Sophomore Jack Perini, Junior Bailey Vargas and Senior Maggie Willardson.
Congratulations to jazz band musicians Noah Bernacki and Kaci Templin for earning outstanding musician awards at the McKay Jazz Festival!
Want to send you friend a surprise? Student Council is selling Candy Cane Grams every day during HS break and lunch. They only cost $1 and will be delivered during 7th period.
Come and support our music department by joining them at Roaring Rapids tonight! Choirs perform at 5:00pm and bands will play at 6:00pm. Hope to see you there!
Celebrate holiday cheer by participating in our school's spirit week starting Monday, December 13th through Friday, December 17th.
Monday - PJ Day / Tuesday - Santa vs. Elves / Wednesday - Dads on Vacation / Thursday - Bundle Up Day / Friday - Ugly Sweater Day
Pleasant Hill is happy to announce the start of the Care Closet. This completely confidential program allows students, who are in need, the opportunity to request hygiene items and basic supplies at no cost. Flyers are posted in the middle school and high school restrooms. Scan the QR code on the poster to be sent to a Google form to request assistance.
Please be aware that all information that you view or search for is visible to our Filtering Software GoGuardian and the staff that view it. This information is used to keep you and PHSD secure and scholarly while you are online in school and while using your Chromebook at home.
Our Winter Choir Concert will be Wednesday night at 7:00pm in the Student Center. The Winter Band Concert is in the Student Center on Thursday at 6:00pm for Middle School bands and 7:00pm for the High School groups. Masks are required for all audience members, indoors, at all times during the performance.
Congratulations to Lara Rupnawar for being accepted to Oregon Tech University!!
Girls soccer team plays tonight against Blanchet at 6pm. Boys soccer team plays Wednesday night against Western Christian/Amity at 6pm. All spectators MUST purchase ticker to gain access to the events.
Connected Lane County is hosting their third codeORcreate student hackathon event.
Take care of the Chromebook as if it is your own. Your parents will have to pay for all breakage!
Dexter Fire is looking for people who have a passion for helping others, who are interested in careers in Fire/EMS or anyone who is looking to try something new.
The Holiday Food Drive is going strong! Bring non-perishable items to your grade's designated classroom through the month of November.
Seniors looking for a part time job in cabinet making, come see Mrs. Duval in the counseling office.
There will be a Mr. Billie meeting on Wednesday during High School lunch in Room 20.
PHHS Agricultural CTE program will be hosting a Diesel Technology Program on November 22. Come learn about trade school options and enrollment requirements for CTE programs.
The yearbook is looking for pictures of you with your pet! Please send them to Mr. Meinzen's email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will need them before the Thanksgiving break.
Juniors and seniors interested in an on-campus tour to Oregon State University on November 30 from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m., please see Ms. White in room S4 to sign up. There is not cost, but please bring a lunch, walking shoes, raincoat and questions.
Magic: The Gathering Club will be meeting every Monday from 3:15-4:15 in the library. If you are interested in playing this game, please join us on Monday!
If your child attends school in PHSD and you are in need of a food basket and/or children's gifts, please complete the form that is available in the HS office. You may return it between November 23rd and December 3rd to either Pleasant Hill school office.
THANKSGIVING BREAK - NO SCHOOL NOVEMBER 24-26.
Congratulations to the following senior on their college acceptances: Jillian Seitz - Western Oregon University, Garrett Homan - Utah State University and S. Utah University.
September Students of the Month
Most Improved Students: Sophomore - Gavin Haratyk; Junior - Bailey Vargas; Senior - Arabella Bernal
Students of the Month: Freshman - Charlotte Keepers & Emily Krauss; Sophomore - Dakota Hyland; Junior - Tyler Bernardo; Senior - Liesel Geyer
Dress-up days and other events are as follows:
Tuesday - Anything But a Backpack
Wednesday - Costume Day
Thursday - Billie Spirit Day / Pep Assembly
Friday - No School / Float Decorating & Football Game
Please be aware that menu items may change because of occasional food supply issues. Thank you for your understanding.
In order to keep your Chromebook running smoothly, it's important to regularly install updates. Click "More Updates" for instructions on how to manually update your Chromebook.
The junior parents will be hosting a Homecoming Dance on Saturday, October 16th, from 7-10 pm in the HS Courtyard. This is open to all PHHS students.
*THIS EVENT IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH PHSD*
If you are thinking about a career in Fire and Rescue, Pleasant Hill/Goshen Fire and Rescue is currently accepting applications for volunteer firefighters.
Reminder to Juniors who registered... PSAT will be this Wednesday from 8am to 12:30pm in the Pleasant Hill Community Center.
If you are planning on attending the Varsity Football game at Siuslaw on Thursday, you must purchase tickets online. The gate with open at 6:15pm.
Oregon has mandated masks to be worn at all times indoors. The proper wearing of your mask keeps us all protected and allows us to continue providing in-person instruction. If you are exposed to COVID-19, wearing you mask correctly may prevent you from having to quarantine.
Lane County Sheriff's Office Cadet Program is now accepting applications for 18-21 year old volunteers interested in learning or considering a law enforcement career.
The JV Football Game that was scheduled for tonight has been canceled.
The Army National Guard will be in the counseling office during High School lunch on Wednesday to answer any questions you have about the National Guard.
Congratulations to the boys soccer team for earning the OnPoint Community Credit Union Academic All-State Award. The Billies had the highest team grade point average (3.79) at the 3A/2A/1A classification.
Equestrian team's first meeting and registration will be tonight at 7:00pm in the Community Center.
Registration for winter athletics (HS wrestling, boys and girls basketball, cheer and MS girls basketball) is now open.
The USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Region will be hiring over 100 temporary or seasonal positions throughout Oregon and Washington for next year.
Picture packets will be handed out today in the following locations: 12th grade in Mr. Neill's class, 9th-11th grade in the front office (not during class time), and MS students will be handed out in their Language Arts class. Student/Staff ID cards will be handed out at a later time.
There will be an official FFA meeting in the student center on Tuesday, Nov. 2nd at 6:30pm. All FFA members are required to attend. Please wear official dress for our official chapter picture.
Open Gyms for Girls Basketball will begin today from 3:30-5pm. They will run every Tuesday and Thursday until basketball tryouts start on November 15th.
Congratulations to our most improved students for the month of October: Thomas Nichols (Senior), Jonathon Eldridge (Junior), Miya Biggs (Sophomore) and Kesslyn Bell (Freshman).
Congratulations to our October students of the month: Lara Rupnawar (Senior), Brazen Ellis (Junior), Avani Casey (Sophomore) and Madilynn Coffman (Freshman)
East Lane 4-H will be hosting an Open House this Sunday from 6-7 pm at the Pleasant Hill Community Center.
Free breakfast and lunch are available through the end of the school year for ages 18 and under. If you qualify for free and reduced lunch, you should still fill out the application form in order to qualify for other services available to you.
Student Council meeting today during HS lunch in Room 1 to get started on preparing for Homecoming!
The Billie Sideline Store in now open. The online store is a 24/7/365 online fan wear store for students, athletes, families and community members.
Reach Club is kicking into gear for our winter activities: The Holiday Food Drive and Giving Tree Gift Drive.