Powell County High School

Daily Announcements

Good morning!  Today is Wednesday, January 12, and today is National Take the Stairs Day. Luckily, PCHS has plenty of stairs to take!

Breakfast can be found each morning in the P.E. room. Lunch today will be a BBQ Pork Sandwich.  Remember to sign up with your first and last name on Google Forms by 9 a.m. 

Activities for the week:

Thursday, 1/13 - Basketball @ Jefferson - Girls play at 4:30 (JV) and 7 (V), Boys play at 3 (JV), 4:30 (C-squad) and 6 (V)

Thursday, 1/13 - FFA Meats @ Missoula

Friday, 1/14 - Saturday, 1/15 -  Wrestling @ Choteau

Friday, 1/14 - Basketball @ Home vs. Loyola - Boys play at 3 (JV), 4:30 (C @ CPC) & 7:30 (V), Girls play at 4:30 (JV) and 6 (V) 

Saturday, 1/15 - Speech & Debate @ Simms 

Saturday, 1/15 -Basketball @ Thompson Falls - Boys play at 11:30 (C-squad), 2:30 (JV) & 5:30 (V), and Girls play at 1 (JV) & 4 (V)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                


There are sign-ups in the office for 2nd Semester Traffic Education. The first 24 students who sign up and pay for the course will be enrolled. The course will begin February 8th.

Yearbooks are now $50. Buy or reserve yours now in Ms. Biere's Room 305. Also, if you have already reserved a yearbook, make sure that you turn in your payment to Ms. Biere by January 31st!


There is a sign-up sheet at the office for anyone interested in helping sell concessions at home basketball games and wrestling events.


Detention will be held in Mrs. Hagan’s Math room this week.


Here is today’s joke of the day:  Yesterday I saw a guy spill all his Scrabble letters on the road. I asked him, “What’s the word on the street?”