Recap of recent accomplishments at PHS
Posted on 04/25/2015
There have been so many great things happening across the Port Huron Schools lately, that we wanted to do a recap in case you had missed some of the news:
* Destination Imagination State Competition at Central Michigan University: The following two teams placed first and qualified to compete at Global Competition on May 27 to 30 at the University of Tennessee:
--Fort Gratiot Middle School - Scientific Challenge (Coaches Natalie Adair & Kathy Patterson)
--Port Huron Northern High School - Scientific Challenge (Coach Becky Lubbers)
--The PHN Senior Level also received a Renaissance Award for the story and props they created for the Making Waves Performance Challenge.
--PHN senior Braeden Houle received a $1000 scholarship from Destination Imagination.
* Quiz Bowl State Tournament: The PHN Varsity Quiz Bowl Team traveled to Lansing to compete. They finished their season in the top ten in the state.
* SkillsUSA State Conference: St. Clair TEC students competed in Grand Rapids. Here are the results of how Port Huron Schools’ students fared:
--1st place gold medals - These students will be competing at the National SkillsUSA Conference in June in Louisville, KY.
--Audio Production - Gigi Padilla (PHN) and her team partner, Alana Sawicki - Audio competitors had the opportunity to interview Governor Snyder
--Precision Machining Milling - Jacob Hisscock (PHN)
--Precision Machine Overall - Matt Pringle (PHHS)
--Jennifer Kata - Cleveland Elementary 2nd grade teacher earned National Board Certification
--Breahna Snay - PHHS Senior wins $5,000 scholarship for FIRST Robotics
--Central Middle School Wins Excellence Education award for Cougar University
Congratulations to all of our hardworking staff and students! Everyone should be extremely proud of their accomplishments!