YOU are invited to join your fellow Broncos in celebrating this school year at the 2013 PBHS Yearbook Signing Party. Pick up your yearbook, hang out with your friends and sign each other's yearbooks. Food and entertainment will be available. It will be the first time you can view the 2013 yearbooks.
What: 2013 PBHS Yearboook Distribution & Signing Party
When: Tuesday, May 21st 2:45 pm - 4:15 pm
Where: PBHS Cafeteria
Cost: FREE with purchase of yearbook ($2 without yearbook)
Food: Pizza from Papa John's ($1 per slice), bottled water ($1) and soda (.50)
Pens: Sharpies ($1 each)
The signing party starts at 2:45 pm and ends at 4:15 pm. You must stay for the whole time. Bus passes will be given out at the event. If you have purchased a yearbook but cannot make it to the signing party, you must wait until Wednesday, May 22nd to pick up your yearbook from Mrs. Martinez. You may purchase yearbooks from Mrs. Martinez at any time. Please make checks payable to PBHS Yearbook ($65 with activity card & $70 without activity card). Hurry and get yours now; we sold out last year and will likely sell out again this year. Don't miss out on this very cool event."
PBHS Spring Dance Concert
This Friday, May 17th is the PBHS Spring Dance Concert "Redefined". The concert is in the Main Gym at 7:30pm, seating begins at 6:30pm. Tickets are $5 for teachers and students, $3 for children 10 and younger, children 2 and younger are free. This year, you can buy your tickets in advanced with Monti Martinez. It is a definite bonus as seating is first come first serve and the show is always packed!
The Poston Butte Yearbooks are HERE! If you have not purchased one, come by Mrs. Martinez's office to pay and reserve your yearbook. Yearbooks will be distributed on May 21, 2013 at the Yearbook Signing Party, which will be after school! Remember, we sold out last year, so don't wait too long, they will go fast, now that everyone knows!
MONDAY, MAY 20th
2:30 – 6:30PM
ALL STUDENTS AGES 16 AND UP CAN PICK UP BLOOD DRIVE FORMS FROM THE FRONT OFFICE, FORMS MUST BE TURNED INTO THE FRONT OFFICE BY MAY 15th. INVITE YOUR FAMILY TO ALSO JOIN US AND DONATE BLOOD.
ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE EMAIL
May 30 @ 8:00PM - No Tickets Required but seating is limited
Graduating Seniors Practice May 29th and 30th at 6:00 AM in the gym
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Students are not allowed to take final exams early and all late exams must be pre-approved through Ms. Anderson. Students who do not take a final exam and do not have approval for a late exam will earn a 0 in their grade.
School Starts at 7:30 AM and ends at 2:35 PM.
Tax credit donation information.
Tax Credit Donation Request Letter.docx
Tax credit donation information (Spanish).
Tax Credit Donation Request Letter (2)Spn.docx
Shout Out to the Community!
Poston Butte has a clothing donation box in the front parking lot. The Kiwanis Club urges us to donate, and if there is a large participation they may be able to offer one of our students a scholarship. So please donate your gently used clothing to support Poston Butte and our local Kiwanis Club!
High Five Scholarships
Most college scholarships will be awarded during the next three months. The High Five Scholarships website has more scholarships than any other source. Please send your students and their parents to High Five Scholarships. Our goal is to show students the large number of scholarships available to them before they ever consider a student loan. With over $45 billion in total awards, the best place to find a scholarship is HighFiveScholarships.com. We will match every student with hundreds of scholarships - free of charge. High Five also gives students free SAT and ACT strategy guides and online practice tests that are graded by a real person and include a free test consultation with a test expert.
Early College Program
The Early College program provides Pinal County high school juniors and seniors an opportunity to get an early start into college by taking courses while still enrolled in high school. Students accepted into the Early College program receive a tuition scholarship from Central Arizona College. The tuition scholarship covers regular in-state tuition and fees. Students are responsible for the purchase of textbooks, class materials, and are responsible for their own transportation to and from campus, if required. The Early College program provides a great opportunity for students and their families to save on overall college costs, while allowing students to get early exposure to a collegiate environment. For more information on the qualifications for the Early College program and details on participation, please visit www.centralaz.edu/earlycollege. Most CAC classes begin on January 22, 2013, so there is still time to register for CAC’s spring 2013 semester.
Fridays are Bronco Spirit days. Wear your orange and blue Bronco gear with pride on Fridays.