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Email Express for week of Feb. 20

This is the 25th edition of Email Express, a communications tool utilized by Princeton Independent School District. This email is distributed weekly to keep you informed. Districtwide events are featured at the top, followed by a section for each campus to make information easier to navigate. In addition, we welcome suggestions on how we can improve our communications so feel free to email jcollins@princetonisd.net with your ideas.
 
We encourage you to follow the district Facebook and Twitter to stay up-to-date, as well. Follow @princetonisd on Twitter and like the Princeton Independent School District page on Facebook.
 
PROPOSED 2017-18 CALENDAR
The PISD District Improvement Committee has proposed a draft of the calendar for the 2017-2018 school year. The Board of Trustees will consider approval during the March meeting. Click here for a draft of next year's calendar.
 
BUS DRIVERS NEEDED
PISD needs bus drivers for immediate openings.
-Guaranteed hours
-Starting at $14.50/hour
-Holiday fund offered
-$1,000 completion bonus
A CDL with a P&S endorsement preferred for this position.
Contact transportation department at 469-952-5400, ext. 2072.

ATHLETIC BOOSTER CLUB INFO
The PHS Athletic Booster Club is seeking new members and volunteers. Click here for an informational brochure to see ways to get involved.

CUB SCOUTS
It is not too late to join Cub Scouts Pack 229. The pack is hosting the annual Pinewood Derby at the end of February. Boys in 1st-5th grades in all PISD elementary schools can join to participate in the full Cub Scouting experience in preparation for Boy Scouts through outdoor camping, activities, pinewood derby,  field trips and community service. The pack program has been awarded the Journey to Excellence Award from the BSA for meeting the guidelines and standards of a quality program.
Click here for more information https://www.facebook.com/txpack229.

SALON OPEN
The CATE Center cosmetology salon is open to the public from noon to 5 p.m. the first and third Thursdays of the month when school is in session. Services are provided by 2nd-year students of the program. The salon is not providing artificial nail services at this time. This will be added as students become experienced in the nail service.
In addition, the salon is open on the following Saturdays from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.:
 
March 18
April 22 (Onion Festival)
May 6
 
Click here for a list of services and prices.
 
Appointments are first-come, first-served. Call 469-952-5400, ext. 3068 (leave a message if no answer) or email tbullard@princetonisd.net for an appointment.
 
CALENDAR PLANS
Planning is underway for next school year's calendar. Once approved by the Princeton ISD Board of Trustees, the calendar will be posted. Click here for the current 2016-2017 calendar.
 
MOBILE APP
To access the parent portal for grades and attendance from a mobile phone, log in to the parent portal for directions. The link for the parent portal is on the district website at www.princetonisd.net.
 
The new district ID is WBPSXG.

Princeton High School 

BOYS BASKETBALL PLAYOFFS
The Panthers clinched the basketball playoffs by defeating Celina, 73-58, as part of the play-in tie-breaker. And with Celina's win over Aubrey, Panthers became No. 3 seed and will face Kaufman at 7 tonight at Richardson H.S., 1250 W. Beltline Road, for the Bi-District round of basketball playoffs.
 
DEBATE TO NATIONALS
The PHS debate team attended the 3-day National Speech and Debate Association national qualifier tournament. After more than 600 rounds of competition, PHS produced three students advancing to the national tournament this summer in Birmingham, Ala. Advancing are Michael J. Roets Jr. in LD Debate, Khalil Miles in POI and Ron Long in U.S. Extemp. PHS also has four 1st alternates to the national tournament, including Gary Morris in U.S. Extemp, Summer Austin in POI and the CX Debate team of Jourdyn Albaugh and Jordyn Benavides.   

PHS was also awarded the Leading Chapter Award from the National Speech and Debate Association. This award is given to only the top 100 programs in the nation yearly.

YOUNG FILMMAKER
Senior audio/video student Sirena Raye Bingman has advanced to the narrative round of the state semi-finals in the UIL Young Filmmakers contest. She will find out Wednesday, Feb. 22, if she advances to the state finals, which are held in Austin March 1.
 
CAREER TRAINING
PHS offers several valuable career and technology programs to prepare students for life after high school. The heating, ventilation and air conditioning program teaches students how to work in the HVAC industry and offers several internships and scholarships that lead to viable and productive careers shortly after graduation.

Watch this video for more information about HVAC's opportunities:

FCA SPEAKERS
FCA has a several guest speakers lined up. For Friday, Feb. 24, Mike Dsane, a native of Africa, has a dynamic message. FCA starts at 7 a.m. in Lecture Hall E112. Donuts will be provided for breakfast.

GIRLS BASKETBALL PLAYOFFS
The Lady Panthers ended their playoff run with a 70-23 loss to Argyle in the Area round.
 
LADY PANTHER POWERLIFTING
The Lady Panther powerlifting team competed in the Howe meet. Destiny Estrada finished 2nd in the 259 class. Emily Flatt, Desiree Murray and Destiny Neshyba each finished 3rd. Lindsey Markcum and Faith Gunther finished 4th and Kaylee Rogers and Ginger Phennel finished 5th. This week is regionals for the Lady Panthers in Anna and currently 19 girls are qualified to lift.
 
LIFTER      SQUAT      BENCH    DEADLIFT      TOTAL PLACE
GINGER PHENNEL 175 145 110 430   5TH
SARA BAZAN 135 55 165 355
LINDSEY MARKCUM 180 100 210 490   4TH
EMILY FLATT 230 140 225 595   3RD
ANGELA ALCOCER 120 275 395
KAYLEE ROGERS 230 120 265 615   5TH
DESIREE MURRAY 275 130 255 660   3RD
FAITH GUNTHER 255 130 270 655   4TH
ASHLEY TICE 160 260 420
DESTINY NESHYBA 285 130 280 695   3RD
DESTINY ESTRADA 325 180 315 820   2ND
 
PANTHER POWERLIFTING
The Panther powerlifting team won the Howe powerlifting meet. Dalton Waller, Dusty Burris, Jose Hernandez and Mike Grimes led the way as each finished 1st in their weight classes. Lxamri Bolden and Isiah Montoya finished 4th and Isaac Graham finished 5th. Dusty Burris was also named the best overall lifter for the lightweight division. Currently eight boys are qualified for regionals with one week remaining in the season.

LIFTER  SQUAT BENCH DEADLIFT  TOTAL
DALTON WALLER 355 195 415 965
DUSTY BURRIS 430 365 505 1300
PHILLIP MAYFIELD 410 265 435 1110
ALEX FLORES 380 245 430 1055
LXAMRI BOLDEN 430 245 415 1090
ISAAC GRAHAM 400 230 455 1085
JOSE HERNANDEZ 515 325 525 1365
ISIAH MONTOYA 390 315 385 1090
AIDEN CARTER 355 250 365 970
MIKE GRIMES 550 450 530 1530
 
PANTHER TRACK RESULTS
The JV and varsity boys track teams competed in their first meet of the season at Wylie East. Results are:
 
VARSITY BOYS - 5th PLACE 70 POINTS
100 Meter Dash
Philip Mayfield 6th Place
Chris Washington 11th Place
200 Meter Dash
E.J. Iluobe 5th Place
Alex Flores 7th Place
Jay Hill 10th Place
400 Meter Dash
Elishah Harrison 6th Place
Jay Hill 7th Place
Kourtnei Green 9th
1600 Meter Run
Doug Glover 5th Place
3200 Meter Run
Doug Glover 5th Place
110 Hurdles
Elmer Cruz 6th Place
Ben Baker 7th Place
300 Hurdles
Elmer Cruz 3rd Place
Ben Baker 6th Place
4x100 Relay
Chris Washington, Elmer Cruz, Kourtnei Green, Quinton Goodwin 4th Place
4x200 Relay
Alex Flores, Elishah Harrison, Philip Mayfield, E.J. Ilube 4th Place
4x400 Relay
Elishah Harrison, E.J. Ilube, Jay Hill, Alex Flores 3rd Place
Long Jump
E.J. Iluobe 4th Place
Triple Jump
Jay Hill 7th Place
Shot Put
Dylan Templeman 2nd Place
Mike Grimes 5th Place
Tyler Harrison 7th Place
Discus
Dylan Templeman 1st Place
Mike Grimes 5th Place
Benito Montoya 7th Place
 
JV BOYS - 5th PLACE 41 POINTS
100 Meter Dash
De'Marquay Nobles 6th Place
Dalton Waller 8th Place
200 Meter Dash
Xaiver Thomas 7th Place
Dalton Waller 8th Place
Peter Popoola 12th
400 Meter Dash
Peter Popoola 5th Place
Trent Carter 7th Place
1600 Meter Run
Anthony McDonald 5th Place
3200 Meter Run
Jose Almaguer 3rd Place
Anthony McDonald 4th Place
110 Hurdles
Djrake Hernandez 7th Place
Edwin Castro 8th Place
300 Hurdles
Djrake Hernandez 6th Place
Edwin Castro 8th Place
4x400 Relay
Peter Popoola, Trent Carter, Djrake Hernandez, Xavier Thomas 4th Place
Pole Vault
Lxamri Bolden
Shot Put
Isiah Montoya 2nd Place
Donovan Miranda 6th Place
Dustin Davis 10th Place
 
CLASS OF 2017 NEWS
It's time for the Class of 2017 to prepare for their upcoming graduation activities. Click here for more information.
 
PHS NHS MEETING
The PHS chapter of NHS meets after school Wednesday, March 1, in E112. Attendance is mandatory.
 
COUNSELORS ON TWITTER
For the latest information from the PHS counselors, follow them on Twitter @PantherCounsel.
 
PHS PROM
Prom is May 13 and tickets will be on sale April 10-May 5. Prom will take place at the Eldorado Country Club in McKinney from 7-11 p.m. Prom tickets are $60. Only individual tickets will be sold.

The after-prom party, sponsored by El Dorado Chevrolet/Mazda, will be at PHS. All juniors and seniors are invited to attend the party regardless if they went to prom or not. Admission is free. After-prom starts at 10 p.m. and ends at 3 a.m. This year there will be a mechanical bull and a rock climbing wall.

MURDER MYSTERY DINNER
The 2nd annual "Great Gatsby" Murder Mystery Dinner will be hosted by the Theatre Department and the AP English junior classes from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, March 16, in the PHS auditorium. This event is $10 per person and proceeds go toward the PHS Theatre department. For tickets, email Ms. Rachel Olson at rolson@princetonisd.net.
 
CHEER TRYOUTS
Here are the timeline and steps for cheer tryouts.
Feb. 25 - "We love cheer" clinic. Applications available in Rooms C215 or B104 or in the counselor's office or main office.
Feb. 27-March 2 - PHS cheer tryout clinic in the high school small gym from 3:30-5:30
March 3 - Tryouts at 3:30 p.m. in the high school small gym.
 
FFA MEETING
The Princeton FFA chapter and Friends and Family booster club will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 11, in the vocational ag building.

PHS TRACK SCHEDULE
The PHS track schedule includes the following meets:
Feb. 25 - McKinney Boyd Relays
March 4 - Waxahachie Life Relays
March 16 - Princeton Panther Relays
March 23 - Al Rholes Relays in Van
March 30-April 2 - Texas Relays in Austin for qualifiers only
April 12-13 - 4A District 12 Meet in Princeton
April 20 - Area Meet in Crandall
April 28-29 - UIL Regional Meet at Texas A&M-Commerce
May 12-13 - UIL State Meet in Austin
 
PHS SIX WEEKS TESTS
PHS is administering six-weeks tests following this schedule:

April 11: electives, math and language arts
April 12: social studies and science
April 13: makeup testing

PHS AP TEST REGISTRATION
Registration for AP exams is underway.

Who: AP exams for Spring 2017 are for those students currently enrolled in an AP course or have previously taken an AP course. Currently enrolled students are required to test by the AP Contract (signed at the beginning of the school year).

What: AP exams are given in May during a 2-week period that is set by College Board. Specific details regarding testing dates/locations/times will be shared closer to testing.

When: Registration for AP exam(s) is underway until Friday, March 17.

Where: Students must register and pay the remaining balance for all required AP exams using the online registration system at http://aptestservice.com/princeton. Cost for each exam is $90. Students were required to pay a $10 per exam deposit during the fall semester. Students with Free/Reduced lunch status will have a discounted rate. However, these students must visit with Mrs. Wendy Cain (counselor/AP coordinator) to obtain a specific code before registering online. The website also contains material to assist in answering questions for both students and parents.

Why: With qualifying AP exam(s) scores, students can earn college credit, advanced placement or both at a majority of colleges and universities in the United States. This allows students to begin their college experience with college credit(s) already awarded saving both time and money. With the signing of HB 1992, all public Texas colleges and universities are required to award credit to students who submit scores of 3 or higher on AP exam(s).

PHS FCA MEETS
The PHS Huddle of FCA is now meeting in the lecture hall to make meetings more convenient for students. Meetings are 7 a.m. Fridays in E112. Donuts are provided.

Clark Jr. High 

CLARK FACEBOOK
Clark Jr. High has its own Facebook page to communicate important information for parents:
 
CLARK CHEER TRYOUTS
There will be a cheer/mascot clinic Feb. 27-March 3 in the Clark gym from 3-5 p.m. for girls trying out.
 
CLARK TUTOR PROGRAM
Clark Jr. High has implemented a "Zeros Aren't Permitted" (ZAP) tutoring program to:
* Promote responsibility
* Decrease failures due to late/missing work
* Establish open communication between parents and teachers

Students who have late or missing work will be assigned an after-school tutoring session to complete the assignments. Teachers will communicate with parents what work is missing and will be available to help students during the tutorial session. If the assignments are turned in prior to the tutorial date, students will not be required to attend. Each subject will have ZAP tutoring on a different day:

* Monday - Math
* Tuesday - Language Arts
* Wednesday - Social Studies
* Thursday - Science

The tutor bus will be available each day for students who need transportation.

CLARK NJHS MEETINGS
The Clark National Jr. Honor Society meets the first Monday of every month. 
 
CLARK APP


CLARK FCA
Clark FCA meets at 7 a.m. every Friday in Coach Landon Cope's Room 203. Leadership also meets in Coach Cope's room at 7 a.m. Wednesdays.
 
CLARK SCHOOL PICTURES
Double T Photography will be on campus the following dates to shoot photos.
Wednesday, March 22 - Clark spring portraits
 
CLARK TESTING
The Clark 5th six-week testing schedule is:

April 11: 1-4 periods
April 12: 5-8 periods
April 13: Makeup day

Huddleston 

HUDDLESTON SCHOOL PICTURES
Double T Photography will be on campus the following dates to shoot photos.

Thursday, March 24 - Huddleston spring portraits

HUDDLESTON FCA
The Huddleston Huddle meets at 7 a.m. on these dates:

-Feb. 24
-March 17
-March 31
-April 7 - Easter special
-April 21 - Guest speaker Weldon Swann, After 35 years of teaching and coaching in public education, Swann now serves through the ministry of FCA in the northern part of Collin County.

The Huddleston FCA leadership team meets every Wednesday morning at 7. 

All FCA meetings in Mrs. Rachel Davis' room.

HUDDLESTON OPEN HOUSE
The spring open house for Huddleston is 6:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 21. The date had to be moved because of testing.
 
HUDDLESTON BAND
The upcoming Huddleston band activities include:
March 1: Money due for fundraiser to raise money for Sandy Lake and camp scholarships.
March 14: Huddleston solo contest from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
April 25: Spring concert at PHS
May 16: Sandy Lake Funfest
May 24: Band camp packet and money ($125) due. Money can be turned in any time prior to May 24 and checks should be made payable to Sounds of Summer Band Camp.
June 7-10: Summer band camp at PHS.

Godwin

GODWIN FACEBOOK
Follow Godwin Elementary PTO on Facebook to stay connected with information.
 
GODWIN TEACHER OF THE YEAR
Ms. Ott and Mrs. Owen.
Godwin Principal Cinda Owen presented Ms. Natalie Ott with her campus Teacher of the Year award during the school board meeting Monday night.
 
GODWIN BOX TOPS
PTO will be collecting box top labels for the rest of the year.

GODWIN PRACTICE STAAR
The 3rd/4th-grade practice math STAAR is March 15.

The 3rd/4th-grade practice reading STAAR is March 16.

Students should get a good nights rest and eat a healthy breakfast.

GODWIN STAAR
The 4th-grade writing STAAR and 5th-grade math STAAR is March 28.

The 5th-grade reading STAAR is March 29.
Students should get a good nights rest and eat a healthy breakfast.

GODWIN WEARS GREEN
Students are encouraged to wear green March 17 for St. Patrick's Day.
 
GODWIN MOVIE NIGHT
Godwin PTO is hosting movie night at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 24, with a showing of "Over the Hedge." The book fair will also be open for a preview and purchases during this time.

GODWIN BOOK FAIR
The Godwin book fair is this week. Each class will attend the book fair during their regular computer class time. Please include tax with book money. The book fair will be open late until 7 tonight and Thursday night.
 
GODWIN OPEN HOUSE
The Godwin spring open house is 5:30-7 p.m. March 2 and features the 4th-grade Science Fair projects set up in the library. Art projects will be set up in the gym, and parents will be able to purchase their student's framed artwork. The 2nd-grade musical will be performed that evening at 6.

GODWIN MUSICAL
The 2nd-grade musical at Godwin is 9:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. March 2. 
 
GODWIN SCHOOL PICTURES
Double T Photography will be on campus the following dates to shoot photos.

Tuesday, March 21 - Godwin spring portraits
Tuesday, May 2 - Godwin kindergarten cap and gown

Harper

HARPER BOX TOPS
Harper is collecting Box Tops from now until the final submission date, Feb. 24. Collection sheets have been sent home with students in their blue folder. More sheets are available in the front office. When submitting a sheet, only use one side and make sure both the student name and the teacher name are on the sheet so the appropriate class gets credit. For every 50 box tops submitted, the student will receive a special box tops spirit stick, and after five, the sixth spirit stick is the golden box top spirit stick. The class with the most box tops collected gets a popcorn party. Contact the principal's secretary, Frances Webb, with any questions.

Jump Rope for Heart underway at Harper.
HARPER HAS HEART
Jump Rope for Heart is underway at Harper and continues until March 3. Harper students are raising money and awareness for healthy hearts. The "healthy heart" made a visit to Harper to remind students of the importance of Jump Rope for Heart.

HARPER FIELD TRIPS
The kindergarten field trip is Feb. 23.
The Pre-K field trip is March 3
 
HARPER PTO BOOK FAIR
The Harper book fair is Feb. 27-March 3
 
HARPER OPEN HOUSE
Harper open house is 5:30-7 p.m. March 2.
 
HARPER SCHOOL PICTURES
Double T Photography will be on campus the following dates to shoot photos.

Thursday, March 23 - Harper spring portraits
Thursday, May 11 - Harper kindergarten cap and gown

Lacy

LACY CUB SCOUTS
Lacy Elementary Cub Scouts Pack 77 for 1st- through 5th-graders meets every Wednesday from 3:45-5:15 p.m. in the cafeteria. Click here for an information flyer. Click here for a registration form.
 
Lacy students have been learning fractions.
LACY MATH
Lacy makes math fun.
Mrs. Laura Todd's 3rd-grade math students are learning how to compare fractions.
 
LACY JUMP ROPE FOR HEART
Lacy Elementary is hosting a Jump Rope for Heart event to benefit the American Heart Association. Information has been sent home. The money is due Friday, Feb. 24.
 
To set up an online account go to heart.org/jump and search for Lacy Elementary and join team.
 
LACY LOVES VOLUNTEERS
Lacy Elementary welcomes parents who would like to volunteer for the school. Click here to access a list of volunteer opportunities to see how you can help. Information on volunteering is also included.
 
LACY FACEBOOK
You can follow Lacy PTO on Facebook for up-to-date information at:  www.facebook.com/LacyElementaryPTO
 
LACY SCHOOL PICTURES
Double T Photography will be on campus the following dates to shoot photos.

Tuesday, March 14 - Lacy spring portraits
Tuesday, May 16 - Lacy kindergarten cap and gown

LACY BOX TOPS
Lacy is collecting box tops for the 2016-2017 school year.

Smith 

SMITH FACEBOOK
You can follow Smith Elementary PTO on Facebook for up-to-date information by liking the page:
Smith Elementary PTO
Special Smith visitors helped students celebrate.
SMITH CELEBRATES
Smith Elementary School celebrated Valentine's Day with class parties recently. Representatives from the City of Princeton fire and police departments were on campus to help the students celebrate.
 
SMITH FUN RUN VOLUNTEERS
Smith Elementary is hosting its first-ever fun run Feb. 22 to raise funds to purchase shade structures for both playgrounds. Parents can click this link to volunteer: Fun Run Volunteer Signup
 
SMITH DROPOFF
When dropping off or picking up students in the front drive, parents need to stay in the carpool line or park in a designated parking spot, get out and walk students into the building. Parents are not allowed to drive through the left side of the carpool line and let students out on their own. This will ensure safety for the students while keeping the carpool line moving.

SMITH YEARBOOK
Smith Elementary yearbooks are on sale for $25 until March 1. After that date, they will be $30 until sold out.

SMITH OPEN HOUSE
Smith Elementary open house will be 5:30-7 p.m. March 2. The 2nd-grade music program is also the same night.
 
SMITH AWARDS
The Smith awards ceremonies for the 4th six weeks are:

Feb. 23 - Pre-K and 1st grade at 8:45 a.m.
Feb. 24 - 2nd and 3rd grade, 8:45 a.m., and 4th and 5th grade, 9:30 a.m.

SMITH DONUTS
The Smith PTO will host Donuts with Dad March 30.
 
SMITH FAMILY DANCE
The Smith PTO will host the family dance March 17.
 
SMITH MUFFINS
The Smith PTO will host Muffins with Mom May 11.

SMITH CUB SCOUTS
Smith Elementary Cub Scouts Pack 277 for 1st- through 5th-graders meets every Thursday from 3:45-5:15 p.m. in the cafeteria. Click here for an information flyer. Click here for a registration form.

SMITH SCHOOL PICTURES
Double T Photography will be on campus the following dates to shoot photos.

Tuesday, April 4 - Smith spring portraits
Wednesday, May 3 - Smith kindergarten cap and gown

Community Announcements 

STORYTIME SCHEDULE
The Princeton library is hosting storytime. Weekly storytime for all ages accompanied by a parent meets every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. The February schedule:

Feb. 22: "Hungry Caterpillar"
 
EASTER EGG HUNT
The City of Princeton is hosting its annual communitywide Easter Egg Hunt from 10 a.m.-noon Saturday, April 8, at Veteran's Park in Downtown Princeton.
 
BUS DRIVERS NEEDED
PISD needs bus drivers for immediate openings.
-Guaranteed hours
-Starting at $14.50/hour
-Holiday fund offered
-$1,000 completion bonus
A CDL with a P&S endorsement preferred for this position.
Contact transportation department at 469-952-5400, ext. 2072.
 
TOUGH LIKE JACK FUND RUN
The Tough Like Jack Fund Run is June 3. Donations and sponsorships are needed. Click here for informational flyer.
 
CHAMBER NETWORKING
The quarterly after-hours networking is 6-7:30 p.m. March 16 at Holiday Inn and Suites McKinney/Fairview.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TRASH-OFF
The annual City of Princeton Trash-Off is 7 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, April 1, at Community Park.
 
CHAMBER LUNCH
The monthly Chamber of Commerce luncheon is noon Wednesday, March 8, at Grace Community Church. Lunch is free compliments of the ladies at Grace Community Church, 691 E. Princeton Dr.
Guest Speaker is Bruce Quernemoen who will discuss "Using Social Media to Grow Your Business."
 
CHAMBER CASINO NIGHT
The Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Casino Night fundraiser Saturday, May 13, at the 1899 Farmhouse Event Venue in Princeton. Sponsorships are available. Sponsorship levels include:

$5,000 sponsor - Logo on all event materials, recognition on website and invitations, banner at event, 3 sponsored gaming tables, 2 reserved dining tables, 20 tickets

$3,500 sponsor - Logo on all event materials, recognition on website and invitations, 2 sponsored gaming tables, 1 reserved dining table, 10 tickets

$2,000 sponsor - Recognition on website and event materials, 1 sponsored gaming table, 1 reserved dining table, 8 tickets

$1,000 sponsor - Recognition on website and event materials, 1 reserved dining table, 6 tickets

$750 sponsor - Recognition on website and event materials, 4 tickets

$500 sponsor - Recognition on website, 4 tickets

$250 sponsor -Recognition on website, 2 tickets

$100 sponsor - Recognition on website

Email  info@princetontxchamber.com for sponsor information.
 
COMMUNITY FITNESS CHALLENGE
The City of Princeton is again participating in the It's Time Texas community fitness challenge until March 31. Individuals and organizations can participate as everyone focuses on creating a healthy community. It's easy to participate and earn points toward Princeton's efforts. Click here to see how to earn points for your community. For more information, visit the city's website link at Princeton Community Fitness Challenge.

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions about the district's communications, I can be reached through this email address, jcollins@princetonisd.net or by calling 469.952.5400, ext. 3504.
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