Sports Awards will be held June 1st at 6:00 pm in the Auditorium.
Senior Awards will be held June 7th at 6:15 pm in the Auditorium.
June 5th and 6th will be Senior Finals and Underclassmen test prep. Class schedule will be normal.
GRADUATION is at 7:00. Seniors need to arrive by 5:30. Make sure you have your Check-List turned in by Thursday signed off and completed
June 12th is a School Day — The staff is working hard to make sure that it is worth coming to school that day. We will have a BBQ, fun games including a life size Angry Birds event, flower Head band making, Bocce ball with prizes and so much more. All are welcome!
School will be out by 12:20 and buses will be running on time. The following schedule is an example of the fun things we will be doing on Monday.
Mrs. Biaggi and Ms. Bates will be having Salsa, Bingo, Crepes and Mexican Chocolate
Mr. Hamblin and Mr. Sanders will host an Ultimate Frisbee tournament and Knock Out.
Ms. Hansen will have Frisbee on the baseball field and Free Draw.
Mr. Himmelstein will have dry ice bombs on the football field.
Mr. Jones and Mr. Regelbrugge will be offering a BBQ.
And much, much more!
You all are FANTASTIC!
Big shout out to Mark Mason for pulling this together. The fundraising and organization that needed to get done for something this big as well as all of the other places the team needed to travel in order to compete is more than most would want to take on. There are not enough words to express our gratitude for keeping this team going.
Thank you Cindy C. for being team mom. You thought about all of the details and ensured that the kids had a safe, and educational time. You wrangled the players, kept them well fed and made sure that their bags were packed and they all ended up where they needed to go at each leg of the trip. This is never an easy task and us parents were so glad you could take the time to be there.
Rachel K, team mother hen, you are great and you will be missed. You took the time to fund raise, wash dishes and push yourself to accomplish so much even surrounded by a team full of boys. We are better for knowing you and know that your next stage in life is going to be successful and amazing!
Remember, PAHS students need community service credits to graduate. There are lots of great opportunities to serve your community this summer. Check out the Community Service Opportunity Wall in the Point Arena High School Foyer to discover ways to give back. Then come to the office to sign up!
Dream it; Be it will be hosting another retreat for all students next month.
The next Dream it be it will be held on May 8th for all the Freshmen and Sophomores who missed the last workshop. Please check in with Ana at the library to see if you are on the list or if you can get added.
Point Arena High School Triathlon team raced Sunday March 5 in Redwood City at The Stanford University triathlon against high schools from Rocklin, Palo Alto, Piedmont and Burlingame. It was horrible weather with high winds, Hail, rain and freezing conditions. For Lodan and Leroy this would be there very first triathlon. The kids swam 1/2 mile, biked 12 miles and ran 3 miles. The first one out of the water was Matthew Eidenberger followed by first time triathlete Laden Haught. From there all the athletes competing had to bike and run in a down pour of freezing hail and rain blowing sideways from the wind.
At the end of the race and with all the teams points counted up Point Arena High School took 1st Place!!!!!!!!!
Then, the PAHS Triathlon team raced last Saturday at UCSB in Santa Barbara taking 1st place for there division 1 northern calif. AGAIN! This time it was a beautiful warm sunny day. Over all top 10 Matthew Eidenberger took 2nd Place followed closely by Dylan for 3rd place, Loden 5th place, Leroy 7th and Leif 9th place. In girls Rachael took 2nd place which all added up to enough points to take 1st place .The kids started with 1/2 mile open water ocean swim followed by 12 mile bike and 3 mile run. The pirate team did an amazing job. Only problems were that some of the volunteers left there positions along the course causing some riders like Rachael kritz to get slightly lost on the bike course.
Coach Mason was very proud and impressed with this team, their effort and of course the first place results. These kids never quit or wined about these very hard conditions. This is definitely one of the fastest and toughest teams I’ve coached. I think we probably had an advantage training in Point Arena in the rain and very cold ocean compared to the other teams.
The PAHS team will be competing at the Cal Poly State and Division championship March 21, Then Las Vegas Southwest championship April 21 and last but to least the team will be flying to Hawaii for the National Championship triathlon.
The team would like to thank its sponsors Sea Ranch and Coastal Realty and vacation rentals, Coldwell Banker, Good Buy Cloths, The Boosters and the community for all its donations to help cover the teams equipment and travel expenses. If anyone else would like to donate send check made to Point Arena high school , p.o. box 7, point arena calif. 95468 put triathlon team in memo of check so that it makes it to the right team.