Progress reports Progress reports will be sent home with students Friday. Volleyball The 7th and 8th grade volleyball teams have away games this week with the first games on Thursday against Yucca at 4:15 p.m. Play continues in Ruidoso on Saturday, beginning at 11 a.m. Football Play begins this week with the 7th grade game […]
Student Council Student Council officers were elected last week. The following posts were elected: Presidents – Ashlynn Idsinga and Kobi Shillings Vice Presidents – McKenzie Bucksath and Randy Lovato Secretaries – Serina Johnson and Zak Bouldin Treasurers – Alex Victor and Travis Connell
Student council Council candidates presented their speeches to the student body on Friday, with elections held immediately following. Students vying for officer positions were McKenzie Bucksath, Ashlynn Idsinga, Serina Johnson, Alex Victor, Zak Bouldin, Travis Connell, Randy Lovato and Kobi Shillings. Election results will appear in next week’s school news. Volleyball Our seventh- and eighth-grade […]
School opens smoothly Principal Steve Harris thanks the students and their parents for their help in getting this school year is off to a great start. Each student received a packet of information the first day of school. Harris requests parents to sign where needed and students to return the forms to their first-hour teachers […]
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Weekly activities • Students are invited to participate in the PJH Spelling Bee scheduled for Jan. 7 at 10:15 a.m. in the PJHS Library. The winners will then move on to compete in the Roosevelt County Spelling Bee which will be held on Jan. 30 at the Becky Sharp Auditorium on the campus of ENMU. […]
Essay winner Junior High seventh grader Ashlynn Idsinga recently won first place in the Rotary 4-Way Test Essay competition. For her hard work, she received a $50.00 award. Her English teacher is Mrs. Donna Hammons. Congratulations Ashlynn.
Luau to be held in gymnasium Come join the party for an educational English and Reading experience, Oct. 9 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:10 p.m. in the Portales Junior High New Gymnasium. Are you missing summer? Not any more! Our English Department teachers are hosting a luau where they will be presenting English and reading […]
School year on fast wind-down The last-quarter nine-weeks tests will be Wednesday and Thursday, followed by the second semester tests May 12-13.
• PJHS will close Monday for the President’s Day holiday. • Shareen King and Patricia Correll’s Mathematics, Engineering, and Science Achievement students headed to Roswell for the New Mexico MESA SE Regional Winter Design competitions Feb. 6. Team members Bailey Thompson-Garcia, Amy Carter, Bryan Gore, Isaac Brown, Josh Beres, Alex Gill, Rigo De la Torre, […]
Basketball schedules The seventh and eighth grade girls “A” teams head to Clovis to play Marshall on Monday. The boys teams host Marshall beginning at 4 p.m. The seventh and eighth grade girls “A” teams travel to Santa Rosa on Thursday. The boys “A” teams play in Portales on Thursday. MAPS testing scheduled Students will […]
Sports schedule Ram football has two games this week. The seventh-grade team hosts Texico Tuesday afternoon. Thursday, the eighth-grade team heads to Clovis to play Yucca. Both the seventh- and eighth-grade “A” volleyball teams head to Santa Rosa Tuesday. The following week, they wrap up their season with tournaments in Clovis.
Track teams sweep Tatum Tuesday both Portales Junior High track teams carried away the first place trophies. Girls’ coach Ann Marie Bucksath reports these results: 300 hurdles —
By Karl Terry, PNT managing editor The New England Patriots weren’t the only team to finish their season this past week just one game short of perfection. The Portales Junior High seventh grade basketball team only lost one game this season as well. The PJHS team finished its season this weekend with a 3-0 record […]
PJHS to hold concert Portales Junior High School will hold its annual holiday concert at 7 p.m. today at the Portales High School Performing Arts Center. The concert is free. The PJHS concert, advanced bands and concert and honor choirs will perform a variety of music selected for the holiday season, according to Portales Municipal […]
Editor’s Note: The PJHS news was intended to run in Sunday’s edition, but is late due to a problem in e-mail transmission. All-District honor band Congratulations are in order for 11 Portales Junior High students who were chosen to participate in the All-district Honor Band on Nov. 13. Out of the 13 junior highs that […]
PNT Staff Three Portales Junior High School students and a Portales home-schooled ninth grader placed at Saturday’s 44th Southeastern New Mexico Regional Science Fair at Eastern New Mexico University. Audra Brown, a home-schooled freshman, earned first place for excellence in science, math and engineering. Brown also won a $50 U.S. savings bond for winning the […]
American citizenship awards The National Association of Elementary and Secondary School Principals sponsors this award for students who exhibit the following traits: always prepared for class, homework finished on time, ready to help others, volunteer when needed, always play fair, treat everyone with respect and consistently exhibit good character. Students receiving certificates from Principal Steve […]