PTA & Alumni
Looking for each association to participate in this years
Homecoming Tailgate Party!
Saturday, October 19 from 12:00 p.m. until 2ish
before the game in the
Farrington Field Home Parking lot.
This is a great event to make connections with PHS students.
Join the fun and participate. Don't let your association be left out!
To sign up with your ideas please reply to:
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
Food tickets will be sold in front foyer before school and at lunch. $4.00 a plate
(2-hot dogs, 1-bag of chips, 1-dessert, 1-water)
What a deal!
We are going to have our BBQ pits in the parking lot, so these will be fresh yummy BBQ hot dogs!
Senior Celebration Kick Off Party - Fundraiser
Location: The Bottom (3468 Blue Bonnet Circle)
Appetizers and Cash Bar
$20 per person at the door (Cash or Check)
ALL proceeds go to Senior 2014 Celebration!
Enjoy Raffle items and fun door prizes
Sunday October 27,2013
7:30 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.
Information? Contact Lisa Watson
Senior T-Shirts for Sale
Where: Mrs. Pebulet's room #238
(above the cafeteria)
Please make checks out to PHS PTA
PSAT Junior Reviews
There is one more week of junior lunch reviews available:
Monday, Oct. 7-critical reading-233
Wednesday, Oct. 9-math-153
Friday, Oct. 11-writing-227
There are two more junior evening reviews available: 6-8p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 9-Ms. Eaton & Ms. Keown-151
Tuesday, Oct. 15-Ms. Eaton & Ms. Keown-151
Wednesday October 16, 2013
All 9th, 10th and 11th grade students
will be taking the PSAT.
Students, come to school that morning
prepared to put forth your best effort.
Bring a calculator and sharpened pencils.
No registration or payment necessary.
Naviance, our new college and career readiness computer program that helps connect your academic achievement to post secondary goals is up and running.
If you are ready to begin the process of setting up your account you will need to request a pass code from one of your teachers. Here is the URL you will use to login:
For more information click here
All Region Jazz Audition Results
Congratulations to Paschal Jazz Ensemble
members who earned membership in the 2013 TMEA Region 7 All-Region Jazz
Here are the official results:
Sanish Shrestha: Lead Alto Sax in Jazz Ensemble 1
Sarah Woodard: Lead Also in Jazz Ensemble 2
Tom Nyul: Lead Tenor Sax in Jazz Ensemble 1
Noah Mathe: Trombone 4 in Jazz Ensemble 1
Luke Thielke: 1st Chair Drum Set in Jazz Ensemble 2
These students will participate in the clinic/concert at Aledo High School on
Monday and Tuesday, November 18 & 19. Clinicians for this event will be Rich
DeRosa (from UNT) and David Piece (former director of the Southlake Carroll Senior HS Jazz Ensemble).
Like us on facebook (Paschal High School Auction) to keep up with the latest auction information.
For volunteer opportunities contact Janice Vardakis at
Panthers for Pets
The Panthers for Pets will begin their first item collection for the Human Society and the Animal City Shelter November 8. The collection will last until November 22. Please bring your donation to Paschal, room 202. We also accept monetary donations.
Items needed are:
Gently used towels and blankets
Cleaning supplies (bleach, etc)
Cat and dog food
If you need more information, please contact Mrs. Marchi at email@example.com
or at 817-814-5000.
Spanish/Italian Teacher, room 202
Panthers for Pets Sponsor
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All students have access to Focus to see their grades, attendance, etc. Click here for the steps for students to log into Focus.Focus can be logged into from any computer (does not have to be at school). Students should be logging in to Focus several times a week to stay on top of their grades, attendance, etc. Parents are also encouraged to log into Focus (as well as Parent Portal).
There are tons of ways you can volunteer your time and talents, including chaperoning dances and other events, helping distribute snacks during TAKS testing, or printing copies for the teachers. Click here to learn more about how you can volunteer at Paschal.
November 20, 2013 - Program of Choice Meeting
February 13 , 2014 - 8th Grade Round Up
FWISD Bond Town Hall Meeting
Junior PSAT Review
Math - Room 153
Junior PSAT Review
Junior PSAT Review
Writing - Room 227
Junior PSAT Review
Junior PSAT Reveiw
Homecoming Pep Rally
All-Region Orchestra Auditions
Mark Your Calendars
The next general PTA council
membership meeting is:
Monday, October 21
7 p.m. at the FWISD Professional Development Center
3150 McCart Avenue
Superintendent Walter Dansby will give a report on the State of the District and the proposed bond program. This will be one of the last opportunities before the Nov. 5 election to get answers to your questions from Mr. Dansby.
JUNIORS & SENIORS:
Mark your calendars!!
Paschal High School presents:
FINANCIAL AID NIGHT
Tuesday, Oct 29, 2013
Come learn more about:
- the college application process & deadlines,
- loans, scholarships, FAFSA,
- public vs. private universities, and more!
Representatives from TCC, TCU & the GO Center will be here to answer any questions you may have.
PTA meeting at 6:00 pm.
Event will begin shortly thereafter.
Light refreshments will be served.
Time to order your
2014 Panther Yearbook!
Just click on this link and follow the directions to reserve and pay for your yearbook today!
Paschal Junior Wins Top Prize
at National Essay Contest
FORT WORTH -- Paschal High School junior Elizabeth Anderson won first prize in the 2013 Ayn Rand Institute's national essay contest. The $2,000 cash prize was awarded for her essay on the Rand novel "Anthem." The contest was open to 8th, 9th and 10th graders, and Anderson wrote her essay last spring as a 10th grader.
"This was the first essay contest I've ever entered," said Anderson. "I feel extremely lucky to have won." She wrote the essay a few weeks before the March deadline, then rewrote the rough draft and sent it in.
Anderson says that "Anthem was a great read; it was short but very thought-provoking and meaningful." She doesn't consider it to be one of her favorite books, but says she learned a lot by reading it. "I can't really say that Ayn Rand is one of my favorite authors since I don't completely agree with her objectivism philosophy," says Anderson, although she agrees with Rand's views on economics and government. Anderson plans to enter other Rand Institute essay contests in 2014 on the novels "We The Living" and "The Fountainhead." Each contest explores a different Rand novel and is open to specific grade levels, ranging from 8th grade through college.
Anderson's favorite current subjects are Physics, American History and English. In fact, she won the English III award at Paschal last May. She has been a member of the Paschal swim team since her freshman year, and has played hand bells in the Dorothy Shaw Bell Choir in Fort Worth for the past six years, traveling nationally and internationally with the student group.
She plans to apply to Hillsdale College in Michigan, and is considering majoring in Physics, Political Science or Journalism. In the meantime, she'll continue reading Rand novels and trying for future scholarship money.
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