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News & Announcments

Good Morning P.S. duPont, today is Monday, February 20, 2017.

 

Please stand for the Pledge of Allegiance

I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

Please remain standing for a moment of silence.

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Thank you, you may be seated.

Announcements for Monday, February 20, 2017 and other upcoming dates: 


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Good Morning P.S. duPont

Today is Friday, February 17th, and today is a A3 day.

The JV Girls' basketball team lost a hard fought game against Talley yesterday.  Taylor Lee, Traniya Brown-Jones, Shaniya I., Gloria Corona, and Inaiah Hamlett played their best game this season.

 

 

 

The Varsity girls' team fell short to Talley yesterday.  The games was one of the best middle school games to watch and the whole team played together and showed their P.S. Pride. 

 

 

 

Both JV and Varsity teams play the last game of the season at home on Tuesday against Springer.  Come out and cheer them on!! 

 

 The boys’ varsity basketball team played and fought to the very end of the game but suffered a tough loss to Talley by a score of 51-33

 

 

 

The boys’ JV also played hard throughout their game yesterday but also was defeated by Talley by a score of 38-10

 

 

 

Here’s another Black History Fact in continuing with our Celebration of Black History Month:

Dr. Velma Scantlebury  is a world renowned transplant surgeon and works very close by in Newark, Delaware. She was the first female African American transplant surgeon in the United States and currently heads the Christiana Care Health System's out-patient kidney transplant program.  She has received many honors in her career, having been named to the "Best Doctors in America" list multiple times.

 

Dr. Scantlebury has been awarded the Woman of Spirit Award for inspiring others and the "Gift of Life Award" from the National Kidney Foundation. During her career Dr. Scantlebury has been an advocate for those who cannot afford the health care they need. Dr. Scantlebury often sees minority patients whose transplanted kidneys fail because they can’t afford the medications to keep them working properly. She works with social workers to get government funding for her patients, most of whom cannot afford Medicare. Her goal is to educate African Americans about the options available for transplants.   She has performed over 2,000 transplants and published 85 peer-reviewed papers. 

 

 

 

Please stand for the Pledge of Allegiance

 

I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

 

 

Please remain standing for a moment of silence.

(WAIT)

Thank you, you may be seated.

 

 All of Mrs. Beck’s classes should report directly to Lab 106 today. Do not go to her classroom.

 

 Notice to all Space Camp Nominees, your paperwork is due today.  Please drop it off in room 36 by the end of the school day.

 

 

 

A reminder to our music students that you have two weeks from the day you take a box of candy to return the money for that candy that you sold.  Many of you will have money due this upcoming week.  Also, students wishing to sell more than one box should get a move on as the candy supply is starting to run low.

 

 

 

All Week

8th graders going to Boston

 

If you have not made your February payment to Boston, this will be the last week you will be on the trip roster.  On Friday, you will be dropped from thnen trip if your payment is not in, unless you have already made arrangements for an extension with Mr Prokop. 

 

Please see Mr Prokop in room 216 if you have questions

 

 

 

 

 

Athletics:

 Intramural Basketball-Large Gym

 

 

AM ONLY:

 

Remember that we are all P.S. Panthers. P.S. Panthers are always responsible, respectful and engaged.

 

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