The volleyball game against Anaconda on Thursday, October 1st had been canceled.
almost 2 years ago, PCHS
Spectator Update: For all AWAY games, each athlete will be given two spectator tickets. These tickets will be good all season long so please hang on to them. Tickets will be given out today, 9/16, at practice. Any questions, please contact your athlete's coach.
almost 2 years ago, PCHS
The Cross Country meet scheduled for tomorrow, 9/15 in Mission has been cancelled.
almost 2 years ago, PCHS
All volleyball athletes will be allowed two spectators 9/12/2020 @ Bigfork. There will be a couple requirements beforehand. All visitors or pass holders must contact Mr. Norris at dnorris@pchs.dl.k12.mt.us or by text. All parents must also have a spectating ticket and will have to pay at the gate.
almost 2 years ago, PCHS
Neither Volleyball away game this week at Thompson Falls 9/10 and Bigfork 9/12 will be allowing out of town spectators. Football will not be traveling to Eureka on Friday. Football will be playing n Thursday 9/10 in Dillon @ 4:30. Dillon is allowing 2 spectators per dressed athlete.
almost 2 years ago, PCHS
Attention Volleyball Spectators: For the volleyball game at Corvallis on 9/1- Fans will be allowed. Visiting team will need to sit on the bleachers behind their team's bench. The fans will need to wear masks and practice social distancing rules.
almost 2 years ago, PCHS
Attention Volleyball Spectators: At the volleyball game in Drummond on 8/29 - Drummond will allow 20% capacity of fans. That is a total of 200 fans. After they hit that capacity they will turn people away. Masks will be required as well as social distancing.
almost 2 years ago, PCHS
about 2 years ago, PCHS
Due to the requirements for social distancing, the annual Fall Sports Meeting will be held on two evenings. Students who are interested in volleyball and cheerleading will meet in the gym on Tuesday, August 11 at 6:00 p.m. Students who are interested in football and cross country will meet in the gym on Wednesday, August 12 at 6:00 p.m. This is a mandatory meeting for all students who plan to participate in fall athletics. Students must be accompanied by one parent or guardian. If you have any questions, please contact Athletic Director Dakota Norris (846-2757 ext. 224) or Principal Kerry Glisson (846-2757 ext. 223.)
about 2 years ago, PCHS
As we plan for reopening school on August 26, we want to hear from you! Your feedback is critical. Please provide your honest thoughts to help us better understand your family’s needs and preferences as we approach the upcoming school year so we can best support you and your child. If you have more than one child attending, please fill out this survey for each child. This survey is completely ANONYMOUS. No identifying data will be collected. https://forms.gle/jXk1aAAHiTAMhQVG6
about 2 years ago, PCHS
Tomorrow and Friday all students will need to turn in their computers and all books. Freshman can come in between 8:30 and 11:30 on Thursday, May 28. Sophomore can come in between 12:00 and 3:00 Thursday May 28. Juniors can come in between 8:30 and 11:30 on Friday, May 29th. All items need to be turned in at the office. Please bring all your books, your computer, calculators, art supplies, choir and band uniforms, instruments, music and anything else that needs to be given back to teachers. If you have money owed to the music department, please bring that as well. If you have a library book checked out, you will need to return that or be prepared to pay for a replacement. Please keep your computer charging cords. I will not be taking them.  If you have any questions, please call the me in the office at 846-2757 ext. 10. Have a great day!
about 2 years ago, PCHS
After careful study and deliberation, the Powell County High School Board of Trustees, on a recommendation from the superintendent, voted on May 4, 2020, to keep our school on our remote learning plan through the remainder of the school year.
over 2 years ago, PCHS
In accordance with Governor Bullocks stay at home directive, all Montana public schools will be closed until April 24th. Online classes will continue. We will update you with more information as we receive it.
over 2 years ago, PCHS
In accordance with Governor Bullock's shelter-in-place directive, schools are considered essential services. We will continue to offer classes online for those who have internet service and hard copies for those students without internet. In order to avoid negatively impacting GPA's due to the online format we must now use, grades for second semester will be pass/fail. Mrs. Glisson has emailed all students information regarding the most recent changes. She has encouraged them to share that email with their parents. Please do not hesitate to email Mrs. Glisson with any questions or concerns.
over 2 years ago, PCHS
In accordance with Governor Bullock's directive earlier this afternoon, Powell County High School will remain closed through April 10. Online classes will continue as scheduled.
over 2 years ago, PCHS
IMPORTANT INFORMATION. he building will be open tomorrow for students to pick-up computers, materials or personal items they may have left in the building. Freshmen: 9:00-10:00, Sophomores: 10:00-11:00, Juniors: 11:00-12:00, Seniors: 12:00-1:00 If a student is unable to come at their designated time, please call the office (846-2757) to make alternative arrangements. Students who do not have internet access at home must contact the office. Arrangements can be made for hard copies of assignments to be mailed home. Students who are unable to receive emails on their cell phones should also contact the office. We need to get information out to students and if email isn't working, we need to know that. Mrs. Glisson emails students frequently with information and updates regarding their classes. Please talk with your students about how they will be accessing their classes. If you have questions Mrs. Glisson can be reached at 846-2757 ext. 23.
over 2 years ago, PCHS
In light of the rapidly changing environment surrounding our school closure, PCHS will be providing online classes beginning Monday, March 23 at 8:15 a.m. Classes will be conducted at their regularly scheduled times. Students will be required to participate through Zoom, an online meeting platform. Invitations to Zoom meetings for each class will be sent to students' school email accounts.
over 2 years ago, PCHS
Dear Parents/Guardians, In light of the COVID-19 school closure, Powell County High School students will continue to provide daily meals at the Deer Lodge Elementary Schools. Please go to our web site homepage for details and the form, to secure your child’s lunch and breakfast needs. Thanks you for your patience. Rick Duncan, Superintendent Powell County High School
over 2 years ago, PCHS
The instruction for all classes has been suspended through March 27. PCHS will NOT be offering online classes. The end of third quarter will be extended to Friday, April 3 which will result in a shortened fourth quarter. Information regarding lunches served by SD1 will be coming later today. We will continue to update students, parents and the community as more information becomes available.
over 2 years ago, PCHS
As a result of Executive Action by Montana Governor, Steve Bullock, all schools in the state will be closed for the next two weeks (March 16 through March 26) including Powell County High School, as a proactive and precautionary measure against the coronaivirus outbreak. Read the full letter here: https://www.pchs.dl.k12.mt.us/article/210371?org=powell-county-high-school More information will follow in the next few days.
over 2 years ago, PCHS