- End of Year Events 2021-2022
- Student Parking
- BYOD Registration
- Progress & Report Card Dates
- Link Crew
- The Paw Print : Student Newspaper
- Safe School Climate : How to Report Bullying / Violence
*Unfortunately at this time all student issued parking spaces on campus have been assigned. While it is highly unlikely that a student will relinquish a space, you may email Mrs. Vas at email@example.com to be placed upon a waiting list. A reminder that no students may park on campus without registering and having a PHS Student Parking sticker.
PHS Student Parking Information
Please review the information below regarding requesting a student parking space. Students will need to use their Region 15 account to complete the application form. Documents, including a driver’s license and current car registration (primary car and a second is optional), will need to be uploaded electronically.
The yearly parking fee is $175.00 as determined by the Region 15 Board of Education. Billing will be near the conclusion of each semester and payment may be remitted through a MySchoolBucks account or by personal check. Students requesting an available parking space during the school year will be billed for the entire month regardless of the date in which they receive their space, or they may choose to wait until the first day of the next month to receive their assigned parking space. Parents/guardians may email Dr. Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org with financial hardship concerns. No parking refunds are issued for illness, injury, or parking suspensions of an assigned parking space. No refunds are issued for dates in which an assigned parking space is unused by a student. Parents/guardians may relinquish a parking space for their student by emailing Heidi Szymanski at email@example.com as the main office is not responsible for canceling assigned spaces.
Only students who currently have a driver’s license may apply for student parking. While spaces are not reserved for non-licensed students, students may apply during the school year for parking once they receive their driver’s license. Specific parking lots or spaces are not guaranteed. Typically spaces are assigned to seniors first beginning with the bowl lot, then the upper lots, followed by the tennis court lot. Once all available parking spaces are assigned, remaining student applications will be placed on a waiting list.
To apply for student parking, students must complete the PHS Parking Application Form (link below) and upload the required documents. The time stamp when the PHS Parking Application Form is electronically submitted will be the order in which spaces are assigned. Only fully completed application forms with all attached current, required documentation will be eligible for an available space. As applications are processed, students will receive an email informing them whether they have received a space, need to resubmit portions of their Parking Application Form, or have been added to the waiting list.
Students who receive an email stating they have been assigned a parking space may come to the main office to receive their assignment. To receive their parking sticker students must turn in a signed copy of the PHS Parking Contract (link below) copies of which are also available in the main office. All information on the PHS Parking Contract must be clearly legible. No student may park on campus until their PHS parking sticker is affixed to the lower passenger side front windshield.
As described in the PHS Parking Contract and Student Handbook, student parking is a privilege that can be revoked based on student behaviors. Additionally, please remember that all current state health guidelines in effect during the school year will be applicable in student parking lots and as students walk to and from the building.
Please contact Mrs. Sandy Vas at firstname.lastname@example.org or the main office at 203-262-3200 if you have any questions regarding the parking application process for this school year.
A reminder to access the links below you must use your Region 15 account.
ALL yearbooks are purchased online ONLY. Sales will begin shortly. Please visit YearbookOrderCenter.com and enter the code 14598 to order your yearbook. The cost is $65.00 and that price will increase to $70.00 in the winter.
If you would like a name plate, they are an additional $5.00.
For info about yearbook students should join the google classroom: zx68y7w
Parents can add themselves as a guardian to their student's account for access to all things yearbook.
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Link Crew is a high school transition program that welcomes freshmen and makes them feel comfortable throughout the first year of their high school experience. Built on the belief that students can help students succeed, Link Crew trains members of the junior and senior classes to be Link Leaders. As positive role models, Link Leaders are motivators, leaders and teachers who guide the freshmen to discover what it takes to be successful during the transition to high school and help facilitate freshman success.
More and more studies show that if students have a positive experience their first year in high school, their chance for success increases dramatically. The PHS Link Crew high school transition program provides the structure for freshmen to receive support and guidance from juniors and seniors who have been through the challenges that high school poses, and understand that the transition to a larger school can sometimes be overwhelming.
Link Crew begins with a powerful orientation day that makes freshmen excited and proud to be attending their new high school and allows them to begin developing relationships and strategies that will contribute to their high school success.
After orientation, Link Crew continues, providing a variety of both Academic and Social Follow Up Activities throughout the year. Academic Follow Ups are lessons presented by trained Link Leaders during visits to freshman classes; Social Follow Ups are events organized by the Coordinator team in which the freshmen and Leaders attend fun school-sponsored social events together.