As a unique, independent academy, Pinkerton Academy's mission is to strive to ensure the growth of all students in a challenging, respectful, and collaborative environment. The Academy fosters a student-centered community with purposefully designed, interactive and relevant learning opportunities.

Announcements in bold & black were added today

4.21.17 Friday

Prom

Juniors, today is the last day to purchase prom tickets.  Go to room 306 and see Mr. Breda. Tickets are $75.00, and all dues must be up to date. Tickets are on a first come first serve basis, so get them soon before they are sold out.

Earth Day

Earth Day is tomorrow Saturday April 22nd.  Please make an extra effort to recycle and if time participate in an Earth day activity your school or town may sponsor.  You can make a difference to make our planet a better place to live in.

LGBT

Today is Day of Silence.  The deliberate silence of students who are participating echoes the silence caused by anti-LGBT bullying, name calling and harassment.  Please think about the voices you are not hearing today.  Thank you.

Think Tank

The Student Dress Code Survey is closing Friday afternoon at the end of the school day

Autism Awareness

Today is the final day of Autism Awareness month here at Pinkerton Academy. The Autism Committee would like to thank all of those who have worn their pins to show support throughout the month and to congratulate Samantha Brillhart for winning the drawing for a Pinkerton Academy Sweatshirt. We would also like to thank the Campus Corner for raising over a hundred dollars to be donated to Autism Speaks. Thank you Campus Corner! 

Hockey

Attention Pinkerton hockey players; A reminder to get your sponsorships and foursomes into Coach Fletcher as soon as possible for the upcoming golf tournament. May 7th is approaching quickly and we need to turn in numbers to the Hoodkroft soon.

College Visits:

Summer Jobs!

There is a Job Board right in the hallway outside the CTE Office that is updated on a regular basis.  Students do not need to be enrolled in CTE courses or programs to apply.  Some of these opportunities may enable students to obtain Pinkerton Elective Credit! See Mr. Cullen in the CTE Office for additional information.

Looking for experiences in Cyber-security? Over April break Manchester Community College is offering a FREE, 3-day summit featuring some of the state‚Äôs top voices in cybersecurity, local and state law enforcement and business leaders who have sobering stories to tell about cyber-crimes in our community.  For additional information, see the Job Board outside the CTE Office.

Recruiter Visits

  Tuesday, May 9th: NH Army National Guard

 

College visits:

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