John Snider IV
All PMHS JV and Varsity Football Players: Due to final exams, this week, May 27 through May 31, will be a “Dead Week” for football workouts. We will resume our regular schedule on Monday, June 3rd.
May 29, 2019
Be a Blue: Today Tomorrow & Forever
End of the Year Information
VPT: Career Coach, Trecia Wheelock will be at PMHS on June 3rd, 4th, and 6th to give the Virginia Placement Test [a.k.a., VPT] "FREE" to all rising juniors and seniors who would like to take dual-enrollment classes next year. See Mark Wheeler in the School Counseling office to see if you need to test.
Buy a yearbook online by clicking on the PMHS home page
It's time to decide next year's Project LIT book club selections. Go to Mrs. George's website and read about the possibilities and vote for your selections.
Congratulations to Tristan Clark for breaking her own school record in the shot put Wednesday at Rockbridge High school. Also both Sophie Dryden and Caleb Workman qualified to the state meet in the 800 meter run.
Congratulations to Kensey May for breaking her own school record in the two mile run at UVA on Saturday!
Support our Fighting Blues
Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out...Robert Collier
Be a Blue
Regional Girls Tennis Semifinals - Team @ 10:00am @ SVU vs George Wythe
Regional Baseball & Softball quarterfinals at home @ 5:00pm
Baseball vs Rural Retreat
Softball vs Galax
Regional Girls Soccer @ George Wythe @ 6:00pm
Regional Boys Soccer Quarterfinals @ SVU The Fields @ 6:00pm
vs George Wythe
Regional Girls Tennis Championship @ SVU @ 10:00am
Regional Softball Semifinals at Home @ 5:00pm
Regional Baseball Semifinals at home @ 5:00pm
Regional Girls Soccer Semifinals @ Higher Seed @ 6:00pm
Regional Boys Soccer Semifinals @ Higher Seed @ 5:00pm
Regional Baseball Championship @ Covington @ 5:00pm
Regional Softball Championship @ Auburn @ 5:00PM
Regional Girls Soccer Championship @ Auburn @ 6:00pm
Regional Boys Soccer Championship @ Galax @ 6:00pm
State Track and Field Meet @ East Rockingham @4:00pm
State Track and Field Meet @ East Rockingham @ 8:30pm
Lumber Inspector Certification Program Offered at DSLCC
Dabney S. Lancaster Community College is offering a Lumber Inspector Certification program this summer, with National Hardwood Lumber Association Inspector. Barry Kibbey is the instructor.
The first block of the 384-hour contact hybrid certificate program will be held Monday-Saturday, June 3- 14, on the DSLCC Clifton Forge campus. Class will meet from 8 am to 4 pm in Room 373, Scott Hall.
The second block is all online; students will only need a computer with access to the internet to complete the assignments.
The third block, available upon successful completion of the first two blocks, will be held in the NHLA headquarters in Memphis, TN.
"We are excited to partner with NHLA as well as the forest products industries in the two Virginia's in this new Progressive Learning model," says Scott Reigel, DSLCC Forest Management Technology Program Head. "Our mission goal is be the hub for all forest management and forest products needs within the multi state region, and this partnership is just another opportunity in which we can."
Traditionally, the Lumber Inspector program has been offered as a 12-week course held in Memphis. This is a brand-new progressive learning model, says Reigel. DSLCC will be hosting the first block and also offering additional support for both students and the NHLA.
Students completing all three blocks will receive a certificate of completion from the NHLA. The non-credit course is being offered through DSLCC's Workforce Solutions and Community Education.
Students may register online at www.dslcc.edu/workforce.
For more information about the course, contact Becky Miller at the NHLA at (901) 399-7569; Reigel at (540) 863-2894 or email@example.com; or Robin Jennings at (540) 863-2899 or firstname.lastname@example.org.