All A's are Justin Perez, Derek Dolbeare, and Lilly Pepper. A's and B's are Geoffery Giles, Kaylee Smith, Samantha Renfrow, Hanna Allen, Deme Batchelor, Allyson Minor, Hannah Cox, Larissa White, Nick Black, Aminah Al-Rawas, Rebecca Giles, Griffin Hall, Delaynie Robinson, Noah Lippincott, Rachel Clowers, Seth Moyers, Trystin Smith, Corby Edwards, and Shannon Hausmann. B average are Erin Mowen, Delaney McEwen, ReBekkah Smith, . . .
Who wants carnations?! Pleasant Hill Student Council members are selling carnations for anyone in the local area. You can go to, or call the school and order them. You can also find a student council member and get a form from them. There are only 400 red carnations. If you would like red carnations, be sure to tell whoever you are ordering from so they can reserve them for you. Others will be assorted colors. The prices are 1 for . . .
This years National FFA Week is February twentieth to the twenty-seventh. Many different FFA chapters around the country participate in this special agricultural week. In past years, Pleasant Hill FFA celebrated FFA week similar to how homecoming week is celebrated. Last year there was a pie eating contest, an inside fishing tournament, hat day, Carhartt day, and many others. This week is a great way to promote FFA to our . . .
The juniors and seniors in Biology II are learning how to read maps. A lot of kids these days rely strictly on their phones to navigate Pike County and other places they may venture to. But now, thanks to Mr. Young they are learning a smarter, more reliable way to find their way around. Students in Biology II are also learning not only how to read land maps, but waterway maps as well. This includes depths and landforms that . . .
The grade school here in Pleasant Hill has a fund raiser every year to raise money for the American Heart Association. Students from the grade school go around and ask for donations for their fundraiser. Students jump for fun, and people donate for the ones in need. This event will be held on Friday, February 19, 2016. All of the money raised is donated to the American Heart Foundation, and a percentage goes to the elementry . . .
Prom is on Saturday, April 16. The re has not been a final selection on a place for prom or after prom this year. This event is always sponsored and organized by the Junior class . Planning prom has already gotten a little hectic for the Junior class . The Seniors want and deserve a nice prom to celebrate their last year of high school. Many students are looking forward to . . .
Junior High football team played in the WIVC JFL Tournament in North Greene on October 10 th . The first game was against Pittsfield. We won the game with the score of 27-21. This put them in the championship game against the undefeated North Greene team. They won the championship with the score of 30-27. Good job!