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SGA Goes Around the World at FASC

On Friday, February 27th, the Student Government Association (SGA) of PPCHS started their journey to the Florida Association of Student Councils (FASC) convention. The theme for this year’s convention, which took place at Thomas Jefferson High School in Tampa, was “Leadership Around the World”. The student government members spent the weekend amazed by different cultures […]

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Standing Ovation for the Black Student Unions BET Honors Awards Show

On Thursday, February 26th, 2015, the River of Grass Auditorium doors opened promptly at 6:30 p.m. and the Black Student Union presented the Black History BET Honors Awards Show. Singers, dancers, and poets alike showed off their skills during the show, while honoring the monumental moments and people in African American history. In true awards […]

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Prep for the Pep

Tomorrow will be PPCHS’s final pep rally of the 2014-2015 school year—the spring pep rally. As per usual, pep rally takes place on a high school study day and students will go to period three followed by the actual pep rally in period five. Students are asked to stay in their school uniforms this time […]

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Charter’s Historians Take Top Awards

Every year, students spend hours during the first half of the school year creating presentations on a history topic of their choice. They format websites, decorate poster boards, create documentaries, and write papers. When the projects are turned in, teachers find that some students go above and beyond on their projects and create award-worthy presentations. […]

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Morning announcements for Wednesday, March 04, 2015

Morning announcements for Wednesday, March 04, 2015   Environment: How much pollution is in the air today? At PPCHS, we have partnered with the Broward County Pollution Prevention Division and the Environmental Protection Agency to roll out our flag program. This program is used by many cities and we have been selected as the 1st […]

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Sophomores Kick Off 1st Annual Kickball Tournament

On Friday, March 13th, the Class of 2017 will be introducing something never before done at Charter. They will host PPCHS’s 1st annual kickball tournament right here at the stadium after school. There are many sporting events that Charter currently holds including Snowbowl, March Madness, and Jag Cup. This will make for a great addition […]

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Kaufman Amazes and Receives the Unsung Hero Award

Sophomore Alexa Kaufman has been using her time at PPCHS to make a difference in the lives of others by providing mentoring for middle school students who are in need of guidance. “Many people don’t understand the power of a good mentor. Just having someone to look up to can make the difference between a […]

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Jaguars Flock to their Mocks

The end of third quarter is approaching and there are many things to look forward to from spring break to course card selections. Another important event to look forward to is the beginning of mock exams for Advanced Placement and this year the added Cambridge classes. While the thought of mock exams does not seem […]

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Adorerais Voir Europe

Adorerais Voir Europe! That’s French for ‘I would love to go to Europe!’ The Mona Lisa, Arc de Triumph, Big Ben, and so much more are what you could see next Spring Break. Bonjour can be one of the next words you will say very soon. As many know, PPCHS will be having a Spring […]


 
 

 
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Morning announcements for Monday, March 02, 2015

Morning announcements for Monday, March 02, 2015   Environment: How much pollution is in the air today? At PPCHS, we have partnered with the Broward County Pollution Prevention Division and the Environmental Protection Agency ...
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Pennies for Patients Extended to March 6th

NHS is extending the Pennies for Patients fundraiser until next Friday, March 6. Students, this is a great opportunity to make a big difference in the lives of families who need your help. For those of you who don’t know what...
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Young Debaters Ready to Show Off Skills

All year, Debate I students have worked hard for this moment. Students put in endless hours of essays and devotion to debate. The best young debaters in our school are ready to show off their skills at the Debate Showcase. The ...
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The Wait in Baited Breath is Over

After hurrying to gather recommendation letters and graduation information, National Honor Society applicants for the 2015-2016 school year can finally relax because acceptance letters will be going out next week. New members o...
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Spring Pep Rally Performers Have Been Announced!

This past Tuesday, on February 10th, SGA held auditions for MC’s and National Anthem singers at the 2015 Spring Pep Rally. A total of six people auditioned for the National Anthem. 11th grader Rebecca Cabrera has been chosen ...
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Morning announcements for Friday, February 27, 2015

Morning announcements for Friday, February 27, 2015   Environment: How much pollution is in the air today? At PPCHS, we have partnered with the Broward County Pollution Prevention Division and the Environmental Protection Agen...
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Jags Baseball Field of Dreams

It’s every baseball players dream to make it the big leagues. Not all dreams come true, but a select few partake in the opportunity to play on a major league field. PPCHS’ very own baseball team will have this once in a lif...
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Water Polo Teams Avenge Loss

Last week, Girls’ and Boys’ Water Polo both fell short in their matches against Westminster. Yesterday, February 24th, both teams focused on winning and winning only. The teams versed the Cooper City Cowboys, knowing this w...
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Seniors Strive for Silver Cord

The Silver Cord program is a distinguished program available to high school students with the purpose of recognizing their out of school volunteer efforts. Seniors who complete a required minimum of 250 service hours will be re...
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