ACTAspire Testing

Announcements 4-27-22

Baseball game plays today, Wednesday, April 27 and players will be out all day.

SENIORS- Deadline to turn in photos for the video is APRIL 29, this Friday. Email any pictures to or

Spanish club members need to check your  email for field trip announcements. Permission slips for the field trip are due on Monday, May 2.

Seniors who are graduating can go sign Mrs. Crommie's cabinet in her classroom. Also, some of the College Algebra books are missing and need to be returned. 

There will be a Senior meeting in the library during 1st hour on Thursday.   Graduation practice will be on Friday, May 13 @9am in the gym.  Practice is mandatory.

The following 9-12 grade students will be attending the Six Flags FBLA trip this Friday, April 29:   Mycah Blascoe, Marcus Blascoe, William Bolla, Dixie Book, Natalie Boyd, Jina Clifford, Zach Crawford, Rachael Deggans, Reece Dotson, Rosie Garcia, Ozzie Garcia, Elise Gossett, Anna Haley, Haley Hanners, Micha Harrell, Cole James, Hayden James, Jason Jefferies, Sienna Jones, Wyatt Koyle, Easton Laden, Charlie Latta, William Lucas, Alyssa Manor, Hannah McBroome, Jacob McCluskey, Paylee Myhre, Tyson Peters, Skyler Raymer, Emma Riddle, Halli Sanders, Shawn-Hudson Seegraves, Skylar Stone, Lexey Stone, Lacie Underwood, Jake Williams, Kelsey Wilson, Maddy Wintizer

Congrats to the following Track state qualifiers

  • 3200m Run-Katelyn Robertson  -Shot and discus-Trinity Allen
  • 100m HH, 300m LH, 4x100m relay-Alyssa Russell
  • 4x100-Tamia Davis, Ryleigh Latham (alt.)
  • HJ and 4x100m relay-Alyssa Manor

Congrats to the following finishes at the District Track meet

  • Boys--Joe Carpenter - 100m 5th place, 200m 6th place
  • Ozzie Garcia - 400m 8th place
  • Dagan Frerking - 1600m 4th place
  • Adam Fuller - 1600m 7th place
  • 4x100m -4th place
  • 4x200m - 5th place
  • 4x800m - 3rd place
  • Josh Redd - shot put 8th place
  • Girls
  • Tamia Davis - 100m 8th place
  • Callie Henson - 200m 6th place
  • Katelyn Robertson - 3200m 1st place - state bound
  • Alyssa Russell - 100m hurdles ist place- state bound, 300m hurdles 1st place - state bound
  • Jessie Henson - 100m hurdles 3rd place, 300m hurdles 5th place
  • 4x100m (Tamia Davis, Grace Hooten, Alyssa Russell, Alyssa Manor) -2nd place -state bound
  • Alyssa Manor  - High jump -2nd place - state bound
  • Ryleigh Latham - Long Jump 4th place
  • Izzy Miller - Triple Jump 5th place
  • Trinity Allen - Discus 1st place - state bound, Shot put 1st place - state bound

**7th/8th Grade ACT Aspire Testing will be Tuesday through Thursday, April 26-28, beginning at 9:00 a.m. Please  remember to be  quiet in the hallways and respectful of those testing.  There will be no announcements during the testing time.   Students will go to 1st pd. classes and  then go to the testing rooms when the end of 1st period bell rings.  

 7th and 8th grade track uniforms and warmups need to be turned to Coach collier ASAP.

**We are collecting "Get Well" notes or notes of encouragement for Caleb Nottingham in the main office if anyone would like to write him one.  Also, a yearbook was purchased for Caleb and students may go by the office to sign it for him.

***Registration Deadline for June 11 ACT Test that is given here at PHS is Friday, May 6.

 ** The 2022 Mohawk Pageant will take place this Saturday, April 30th, in the PHS Middle Gym. Entry forms may be found in the PES office and the PHS office. Entry forms and fees may be turned until Saturday, April 30 without late fees , and may be turned in to the PES and PHS offices. 

The Middle Gym will be closed starting next Thursday after school for preparation of the Mohawk Pageant.

*There will be a meeting 3rd hour in Mrs. Flowers's room #225 Monday, May 2 for the following Betas:  Mycah Blascoe, Natalie Boyd, Reece Dotson, Rocio Garcia, Elise Gossett, Emma Gossett, Micha Harrell, Callie Henson, Piper Hicks, Shawnee Latimer, Emberleigh Niewald, Tyson Peters, Emma Riddle, Katelyn Robertson, Natalie Small, Skylar Stone, Jadyn Thompson, Logan White, Jacob Williams, Olivia Woolard, Rebecca Woolery

Students:  We have seen an increase of students knocking on, banging on, and tugging on the  locked end doors during class time. You should not interrupt classes. If you get locked out, you should go to the front entrance of the building.  If you damage the doors, you will be responsible for paying for the damages.

**Students: Splat Guns (shoots orbeez) are not allowed on campus (including parking lots). If a student is caught in possession of a Splat Gun, discipline action will be taken by PHS Administrators as well as the School Resource Officer. 

**Sophomores/Juniors:  If you are interested in taking the following concurrent classes next year, it is time to register.  See Mrs. Amber for paperwork.  You must have ACT or ACT Aspire cut scores to qualify.  They will start accepting applications on April 18  and the deadline is May 27.  These classes come on a first come first serve basis with our school and several other schools.  If you are interested, you need to see Mrs. Amber ASAP.   Comp I/II, Experiencing Art, Public  Speaking, US History I/II, World History I/II, Beginning Spanish I/II, Personal Health & Wellness (new offering)

Teachers:  Students should not be answering the phones in the classrooms

Announcement- ALL students stay in the cafeteria when they arrive at school each day beginning  Monday, March 7th. No students will be allowed in the main building until the 1st bell rings.

******************************************************************************************************** ******************************************************************************************************** *SCHOLARSHIP Opportunities --NOTICE DEADLINES- Many are this Friday, April 29.

**The Gaylon Lawrence Memorial Scholarship application is now available on the PHS website. This is a 4-year renewable scholarship of $1000 per semester given to a student who exhibits excellence in academics, leadership, and character. It is renewable with a G.P.A. requirement of 2.5 for freshman year and 3.0 thereafter up to $8000 total. A 300 word essay is required. Deadline for application is April 29, 2022. The link for the fillable application is   https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws...  Turn in to Mrs. Conley.

Seniors:  The Piggott Elementary Faculty Scholarship application is available in Mrs. Amber's office.  Deadline is April 29 - turn in to Mrs. Amber

Seniors:  The Matthew Brown Scholarship application is available in Mrs. Amber's office.  Deadline is April 29 -  turn in to Mrs. Amber

Seniors:  The      Holly Mauldin Alonzo New Beginnings Scholarship – deadline April 29.  You will email your application to the email listed on the application.  Mrs. Amber can send you the link to the application.  You may visit the following website to reference the scholarship:

Seniors:  The Kalem Rouse Memorial scholarship application is available in Mrs. Amber's office.  This is for students majoring/minoring in agriculture or a related field or students planning to enroll in a vo-tech program.  Deadline April 29 - turn in to Mrs. Amber 

Seniors:  There has been another scholarship added to the "Local Scholarships" on our website.  If you have already turned in those applications to Mrs. Amber, you need to go fill out the newly added one - Piggott High School Scholarship

Seniors:  SEMO is enrolling for Fall 2022 semester.  You can call 573-888-0513 to make an appointment with an advisor.

**PHS Local Scholarships links--See Mrs. Amber for any questions.  List of Scholarships Available  Seniors:  There has been another scholarship added to the "Local Scholarships" on our website.  If you have already turned in those applications to Mrs. Amber, you need to go fill out the newly added one - Piggott High School Scholarship--Seniors:  There has been another scholarship added to the "Local Scholarships" on our website.  If you have already turned in those applications to Mrs. Amber, you need to go fill out the newly added one - Piggott High School Scholarship

  Fillable form for PHS Local Scholarships-  You must print one application for each scholarship that you are applying.  --https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws...

** Textbook Brokers in Conway, AR is sponsoring a Book Scholarship to  students attending UCA, CBC or UACCM in Fall 2022.  They have provided a link for students to fill out their information for a chance to win a Textbook Scholarship for Fall 2022. Each scholarship will cover the full cost of books for the Fall 2022 semester. There will be  2 winners chosen  at UCA and UACCM then one winner for CBC. They will announce the winners on Facebook and Instagram, May 16th 2022. Students can also visit our website and fill out the scholarship form under our "info" tab. One entry person.

Seniors:  The Clay Conservation District Agricultural Scholarship is available in Mrs. Amber's office.  Deadline is May 1.  Turn in applications to Mrs. Amber

Seniors:  Clay County Cattleman's Association's scholarship application is available in Mrs. Amber's office.  This is for students pursuing a degree in Animal  Science and/or agriculture.  Deadline is May 1st. 

Seniors:  Visionary Scholarship Program - - deadline May 1, 2022

Seniors:  Here is a link for scholarship opportunities

Seniors:  Scholarship opportunities available at     Visitors to can start with the most comprehensive list of free financial aid search sites anywhere…about 70 in all. Then they can read more than 50 articles with tips on admissions and financial aid tip, time management, dealing with difficult roommates, campus life, internships, and much, much more. Then they can use our quick and easy GPA and student loan calculators.   We also have an online degree “quick match” tool which parents, teachers, and staff may find useful .

**Seniors:  Williams Baptist University has an exciting new work initiative that could potentially help your students graduate debt-free!  Check out the Williams Works link on the Williams Baptist University website -

Seniors:  Army ROTC National High School Scholarships are available.  Visit

Seniors:  The Thea Foundation offers different scholarship opportunities.  Visit for more information and deadlines.

Scholarship tools and resources to help students simplify the process and maximize their opportunities.

  • Scholarships 101: This simple one-page overview can help students understand scholarship basics when beginning their search.
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  • (for Nebraska students): has an excellent list for Nebraska students. Other states may have an equivalent site for in-state aid. Also, again, regularly check your high school’s website for local scholarships.


Lunch Menu--

Thursday, April 28- Breakfast- Ham and Egg Biscuit, Fruit, Juice, Milk

Lunch-  BBQ Rib, Broccoli & Cheese, French Fries, Fruit, Milk--Chef Salad, Wraps

Friday, April 29- Breakfast- Super Donut, Fruit, Juice, Milk

Lunch-  Fruit, Milk