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PRSD Chromebook Parent Purchase Program

PRSD is excited to announce an exclusive offer from Dell to PRSD families on a discounted educational Chromebook!  This offer is extended to all PRSD families who would like to own a Chromebook, but only the High School and Middle School currently have active Bring Your Own Device programs. Please click the link below for more information.

 

PRSD Chromebook Parent Purchase Program

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Senior Calendar: May & June

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

23

Senior
Final
Exams

24

Senior
Final
Exams

25

Senior
Final
Exams

26

Senior
Final
Exams

27

Senior
Final
Exams

28

30

No School
Memorial Day

31

Trip to
Six Flags

1

Graduation
Rehearsal &
Senior
Awards
Night

2

Graduation
Rehearsal &
Senior
Banquet

3

Graduation
Rehearsal

4

Graduation &
Senior
Celebration

See NEWS below for Senior Event Details

News

5/23/16

Monday May 23 - Friday May 27  M7:35-11:11

Senior Finals

 

Senior Final Exams

 

7:35-9:18

 9:28-11:11

5/23

English

Fine &Performing Arts

5/24

Social Studies

Movement Science

5/25

Science

Foreign Language

5/26

Math   

Public Safety

5/27

make-up exams

make-up exams

 

Tuesday May 31  7:40am- 7:30pm

Senior Class Trip- Six Flags New England, Agawam MA

The cost for students will be $30.00 per student, this includes transportation and admission to the park. Students are responsible for bringing money for lunch and souvenirs.

 

Wednesday June 1

Graduation Rehearsal, 9:00am-11:00am, PRHS Auditorium - MANDATORY

 

Senior Awards Night 6:30pm-9:00pm, PRHS Auditorium

All students are invited to the Senior Awards Night to celebrate the accomplishments of members of the Pentucket Regional High School Class of 2016. The Awards Reception will be held in the High School Auditorium from 6:30pm-9pm.

 

Thursday June 2

Graduation Rehearsal, 9:00am-11:00am, PRHS Auditorium - MANDATORY

 

Senior Banquet, 6:00pm- 10:00pm, Double Tree Hilton, 50 Ferncroft Rd. Danvers, MA 01923.

Check-in 6:00pm-6:35pm, Dinner & Presentation 7:00pm-10:00pm

The Senior Banquet is an evening of dinner and dancing where seniors can celebrate their upcoming graduation with their friends and family. Following dinner there will be a video presentation created by Senior Advanced Video Production students.

 

Yearbooks will be available to pick up for those students who have pre-ordered. Additionally, yearbooks will available for purchase for $70.00.

 

Tickets for members of the Pentucket High School Class of 2016 are free.

Parent/ Guest tickets are available for $40.00 per person and can be purchased before May 12th 2016.

 

Friday June 3

Graduation Rehearsal, 9:00am-11:00am, PRHS Auditorium - MANDATORY

 

Saturday June 4

Graduation, 10:00am  Pentucket Regional High School

Graduating seniors are asked to report to the gymnasium at 9:00am.

Graduation will begin promptly at 10:00am on the high school football field.

In the event of inclement weather the ceremony will be moved in to the auditorium.

 

Senior Celebration,  Saturday 5:00 pm – Sunday 6:00 am

The parent Alliance has organized an all-night, substance free, parental supervised and safe mystery extravaganza for the graduating seniors.  The graduates are bused to various locations throughout the night, and all night long the students are showered with gifts and provided with memorable keepsakes of this special night. Students will leave at approx. 5 pm from the high school.

 

*All dues and monies owed to Pentucket Regional High School must be paid in order for a student to receive their cap and gown. For questions about monies owed, please contact Barabara Ingham at ingham@prsd.org or 978-363-5507 extension 302.

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5/12/16

If you have any medication at High School, please pick up all of it at the end of the year or it will be disposed of. 
Thank you,

Kim Therrien, PRHS Nurse

 

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9/29/15

The 2015 Fire & Life Safety Educator of the Year Award was presented on September 29 to David Evans, who is both an assistant principal at Pentucket Regional High School and a lieutenant in the West Newbury Fire Department. See Link below for full story.
 

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Technology to Change the World for Good

In His Bio-Mechanics class here at Pentucket High School, Matt Lovett embarked on a project aimed to provide prosthetic hands to children with no insurance, or who have been refused by insurance.  Students were given 6 unassembled hands printed here at PRHS - which they then constructed and “wired” for movement. Matt Lovett used the build process to teach the Bio-Mechanics of the hand while the students had an opportunity to participate in a wonderful international endeavor – this is NOT just a classroom exercise!

 

Matt partnered with Joseph Fairley of Merrimac College who has partnered with a worldwide nonprofit – e-NABLE  whose mission is to provide prosthetics to children by engaging the tens-of-thousands of people around the world that own, or have access to, a 3-d printer to download E-nable’s designs and print a hand for donation to a candidate in their local area.

 

Founded just a few years ago, e-NABLE is a movement that has developed many layers to their goodwill efforts around the world using 3D design and 3D printing to help those in need of replacement hands and arms. Growing from just 100 volunteers to around 7,000 now, they are the very embodiment of using technology to change the world for good.

 

Although no candidate was identified in our area, the hands that were printed and assembled by PRHS students are going to children in Haiti where Mr. Fairley will be participating in educating local doctors this June on how to customize and print prosthetics for their patients.