PHS counselors will have an information night for all parents of 2018-2019 incoming freshmen at 6 p.m. Jan. 25 to provide information on high school planning, courses and endorsement offerings and graduation outlooks. There will be a quick presentation, and counselors will be available to answer questions. Use front entrance of PHS and look for signs for location.
It is time to register for AP exams using the online registration system at aptestservice.com/princeton. The registration window is open until Friday, March 2. Cost for each exam is $90 (after the $10 deposit that was paid earlier). Pay online using credit card, PayPal, check or money order. Exams are in May. Testing is an AP class requirement.
Princeton schools and offices will be closed March 12-16 for spring break. Normal classes and office hours resume Monday, March 19.
The final deadline to order a PHS yearbook is Friday, Feb. 2. Cost is $50. Yearbook students will sell during all lunches Jan. 22-Feb. 2. For more information, email email@example.com.
The Clark abstinence education program, 180 Degrees, will be Jan. 16-19 in science classes (7th-graders 16th-17th, 8th-graders 18th-19th). The parent preview will be Jan. 12 at 5:30 p.m. in the library.
The PHS Class of 2018 graduation will be 7 p.m. Friday, May 25, at the Allen Event Center.
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