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.

NOTE: This list includes announcements read at 8:00 am each class day. If you do not see a specific announcement on a certain day, please check previous days. Daily Announcements are often repeated for a period of time following their original announcement; however, this list will not repeat all announcements of every day if an announcement is already listed on another day. 

 

01.13.17

FBLA

Pinkerton’s FBLA is hosting a study week. Come to the Grind next week to study for midterms. When you show your Pinkerton student ID you will receive 10% off your order and if you get an 80% or better on your midterm you can get a free coffee.

 

01.11.17

Grinnell PALS

Attention Grinnell PALS. Thursday is our day to go to Grinnell and meet with our little buddies. Please be at Grinnell by 3. Email Mrs. Crowley if you have any questions. 

Skills USA

This is just a reminder of our meeting this Thursday in room 5211 from 2:15 to 3 pm.

Mr. Pinkerton

Mr. Pinkerton competition will be January 26th at 6:30 pm.  Tickets are $8 at the door but when combined with the Winter Dance ticket you will only pay $20.

The Winter Dance is February 11th.

FBLA

FBLA is raising awareness for organ donation. Please wear green to show your support.  There will be sign ups during lunch periods to pledge to become an organ donor.  Remember to wear green.

01.10.17

FFA

FFA will meet today after school in the regular location.

 

Experience Midnight Madness!

Ski or Ride at Crotched Mt from 9pm to 2am

Cost is $70.00 for this overnight special. On Feb. 4 and 5th

Spaces are limited so sign-up soon by seeing Ms. Lavalley in the science building 

or Mr. Bartlett in the Academy building.

Sign Language Club Officers

Attention to all Sign Language Club Officers - a friendly reminder of our meeting tomorrow morning at 6:45 in room 5237 - sees you all there!

Attention Just Like Us Members:

Are you interested in helping out with this year’s Penguin Plunge to help support Special Olympics?  If so please meet for a brief meeting after school in room 117 this Wednesday.

Equestrian Team

The Equestrian Team will meet this Thursday the 12th. Packets for ground team are available.

Exam Week

Do you like Dunkin Donuts and muffins? The International Club is once again selling them during exams from  6:45 am to 9:30in the Shepard Cafeteria. Come on down before or in between exams to choose from a wide variety of flavors – the earlier, the better! Good luck on your exams and enjoy a sweet treat!

01.09.17

LEGO MINDSTORMS

Have you ever dreamed of creating your own personal robot? Well, with the new kit in the library, you can do just that. Introducing LEGO MINDSTORMS: the robots you construct and program, yourself. Choose to build from one of the many pre-designed bots or fan bots, or create and build a design all your own! Stop by the library to get started on your robot today!

LGBT Alliance

LGBT Alliance will meet today after school in Room 433.  All are welcome.

Athletics

All boys and girls track athletes should report to the locker room at 5:00 tonight for the home meet vs. Concord!"

International Club Officers'

There is an International Club officers' meeting after school on Tuesday in Room 56

 

01.06.17

Attention Seniors:

Once again the Red Sox Foundation is offering a $1,000.00 scholarship to a Pinkerton Academy senior. The Scholarship Committee of the Red Sox Foundation will select recipients from eligible students based on the following criteria:

Academic performance

 Demonstrated community service

 Eligibility for financial aid  

The application deadline for this scholarship is Friday, January 13th.  Additional information regarding this scholarship is available on Naviance.

South Range PALS

Attention all South Range PALS.  Monday, Jan. 9th is our day at South Range. Please be there by3pm.  Any questions see Mrs. Hicks

01.04.17


College Visits:

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CTE Programs

Students interested in CTE programs should check out the enrollment requirements found in the CTE Program Selection Guide. Some courses require an application be turned in to the CTE Office in the Low Building. Remember to sign up in Aspen, but also turn in your application to the CTE Office.

The Gunstock Ski Program

The Gunstock Ski Program 1st ski trip will be this Friday.  Buses will be located in back of the CTE building and will be leaving at 2:30.

All ski equipment will be stored in TEAM room #3 before 7:15 in the Field House. Check the bus list in front of room 6-203 in the Academy Building to see what bus you are on.

Design Club

The Design Club will meet tomorrow after school in room 512. All are welcome.

01.03.17

Derry Village PALS

Attention Derry Village PALS. Today is our day to meet at Derry Village with our little buddies. See you all there!

Pinkerton Players-Spring Musical

Seussical auditions start today in the chorus room. 

Sign Language Club

Attention all Sign Language Club members.  This is reminder of our January meeting this Wednesday, January 4th, after school in room 5327.  See you there!

Attention all Barka PALS:

Please be at Barka tomorrow Jan. 4th - no later than 3pm.  

Any questions please see Mrs. Hicks

Mt Snow

Ski or Ride Mt. Snow for $40.00 this Sunday Jan.8

We need you to commit by this Thursday as we need 25 to go.

See Mr. Bartlett in the Academy building -Room 6-203 or Ms. Lavalley in 340 for 

information and forms.  

PSAT

Attention sophomores and juniors who took the PSAT in October.  Wednesday, January 4th is the last day to pick up your test results and exam booklets. Results are available for pickup in the school counseling office from 6:30 am to 3:30 pm.

Bible Club

The Bible Club will meet this Wednesday the 4th

Harry Potter Fans…

The Harry Potter club is back! Please join us in Room 430 for a house sorting on January 12 for our first meeting!

Milli Vanilli

The lip sync battle is Thursday, January 5th at 6:30 pm at the Stockbridge Theatre. Tickets are $5 at the door.

Model UN

Model UN will meet this Thursday the 5th in room 6307. 

 

12.23.16

Boys Basketball-practice

Boys JV basketball practice is canceled for Friday 12/23

12.22.16

Hey Harry Potter fans…

Do you find yourself missing Hogwarts and the adventures of Harry, Hermione, and Ron?

Or even He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named?

Well, I’ve got news that will make you happier than Gilderoy Lockhart in a room full of mirrors.

 The Harry Potter club is back! Please join us in Room 430 for a house sorting on January 12 for our first meeting!

Milli Vanilli

The lip sync battle is Thursday, January 5th at 6:30 pm at the Stockbridge Theatre

Pinkerton Players-Spring Musical

For those interested in auditioning for the Spring musical, Seussical, please meet in the chorus room after school today to learn the audition dance.  Check our Facebook page for the dance video if you cannot make it today. Auditions will take place next the week after Christmas break. 

 

12.21.16

Bible Club

The Bible Club is meeting today after school in room 412 until 3 pm. All are welcome.

 

Mr. Pinkerton

Today is the last day to turn in your application to compete for Mr Pinkerton.  Don’t forget the meeting at 6:45 tomorrow morning in room 306.

Student Council-Ugly Sweater Day

Student Council is sponsoring an Ugly Sweater Day this Friday the 23rd.  Show off your holiday spirit and wear your ugliest holiday sweater.

Concert Dance Company will be presenting their winter concert...

Thursday, January 12th

at 7 PM

in the Stockbridge Theatre

& admission is free

(snow date: Friday, January 13th)

The Company...

Tyler Clark, Olivia Corlis, Grace Frary Sammy Gallagher,

Olivia Kleiner, Emma Mobley, Kayla Nelson,

Christina Prunier, and Julia Sylvain

 

 

 

12.20.16

Milli Vanilli Rehearsal

Today is our first rehearsal for Milli Vanilli, starting right after school at the Stockbridge Theatre until 4:30.  The show will be January 9th.

Skills USA

Skills USA will have a Christmas party this Thursday in the welding room from 2:20 to 3:20. Open to all CTE students, teachers and Skills USA members.

Sign Language Club OFFICERS

Attention Sign Language Club OFFICERS - reminder of our meeting TOMORROW at 6:45 in Room 5327.  See you there!

Classical Drawing Club

Classical Drawing Club will meet only until 3PM today not 3:30

12.19.16

The Film Club

Film Club will meet today in room 416 today.

Chess Club

Chess Club is meeting tonight in room 328.

PSAT

Attention sophomores and juniors who took the PSAT in October.  Test scores are available for pick up in the school counseling office this week.  

Campus Corner

Holiday hours are this week from 5:30pm-7:30pm, Tuesday thru Thursday.

International Club

The International Club Holiday party is this Thursday, after school in Room 56.

12.15.16

Attention Skiers and Riders

Mt. Snow has 140 trails open now and on Jan. 8-Sunday, we will be going for only $40!

See Mr. Bartlett in the Academy Building in room 6-203 or Ms. Lavalley in the science building for forms.  

12.14.16

DECA

DECA is hosting an open mic night @ the Coffee Factory this Saturday the 17th 7 pm-9:30 pm

There is a Purple out Girls Basketball game hosted by DECA on Tuesday the 20th at 6:30 pm to bring awareness to heroin abuse.

Design Club

Design Club will meet tomorrow, 12/15, in room 512 after school.

12.13.16

Model UN

Model UN will meet this Thursday the 15th in room 6307.

FFA

FFA will meet tomorrow the 14th in room 4102. All members who wish to attend the state convention need to be at this meeting.

Bible Club

The Bible Club will not meet this Wednesday the 14th but will meet next week.

The Equestrian Team

The Equestrian Team will meet this Thursday the 15th in room 308.

Sign Language Club

Attention all sign language club members who will be working the basketball concession stand.  This is a reminder of our training session today directly after school in the gym.  See you all over there!

Attention all sign language club members - we will be having a short but very important meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, Dec 14, after school in room 5327.  If you were not able to come last week please be sure to come on Wednesday. See you there!

Botany

Are you looking for an inexpensive but heartfelt holiday gift? Botany is having a Holiday plant sale in the Senior Cafe periods E and G. You can also purchase plants in room 340 between classes in the science building. They make great gifts and are only one dollar. Sale ends December 23rd.

Foreign Language

Baby, it's cold outside, and some people do not have a coat to keep them warm.  Please bring your used, clean coats, hats, scarves, mittens & gloves to room 50 to benefit local families in need.  

International Club Officers'

There is an International Club officers' meeting after school on Tuesday, the 13th.

12.09.16

Student Council-Hair Donation

For those that might be interested in donating their hair to child cancer patients please see Mr. Breda in room 306 to pick an application.

Art Club

The Art Club will meet on Monday December 12th at 2:15 in room 514. We will be painting on canvas! Come join the fun. 

South Range PALS

Attention all South Range PALS.  Please meet at South Range by 3pm on Monday, Dec, 12th.

Any questions or concerns please see Mrs. Hicks

Candy Cane Grams-Class of 2017

Send a Holiday message to a friend for only $1. Sold December 12th-16th during all lunches and delivered December 22nd.

Mr. Pinkerton

Attention gentlemen of Pinkerton! Would you like the opportunity to become king of our school and become Mr. Pinkerton?  If so, grab a sign up to complete from 306.

The Sign Language Club

The Sign Language Club will be meeting again this Wednesday, Dec 14, from 2:15 - 2:30 in room 5327.  If you were not able to make it to last week's meeting, please make every effort to come on Wednesday.  This is a short but very important meeting.

Think-Tank

Attention all app programmers.  If you program in Java or Objective-C, Think-Tank needs your help.  Think-Tank is a Top 5 finalist for a Samsung contest and they need Java and Objective-C programmers.  Please tweet PA Think-Tank or email Travis Fischer if you can help code an app.  

12.07.16

JROTC-Clothing Drive for our Veterans

Many veterans struggle to stay warm during the winter months. JROTC is asking for your help in donating new or gently used winter clothes.  Collection boxes are located in most offices and in the all cafeterias.

Sign Language Club

Attention all Sign Language Club members - reminder of our meeting today after school in room 5327 in the low vocational building.  We will have our holiday party!  New members are always welcome!

12.06.16

Pinkerton FFA

Pinkerton’s FFA chapter will meet today after school at 2:30.

Think Tank

Would you like to help propose a new school dress code?  If you are interested in helping to research, write, and propose a new dress code, please meet in the library today after school.  The Dress Code group meets every other Tuesday and welcomes your participation.  

The Bible Club

The Bible Club meets every Wednesday in room 412 after school until 3pm

Intramural Department

The Intramural department will be having a dodgeball event after school in the Shepard Auditorium from 2:30-3:30 on Wednesday December 7th. Sign up as a team or individually. Please see Mr. Boles in room 337 for further details. 

Barka PALS

Attention all Barka PALS;  

Please be at Barka by 3pm on Wed. Dec. 7th.

Any questions or concerns please see Mrs. Hicks.

Photography Club

The Photography club will meet on Wednesday December 7 in room 514 from 2:15 until 3:15. 

Derry Village PALS

Attention Derry Village PALS. Tomorrow, December 6th is our day to meet with our little buddies. See you at Derry Village by 3pm. Please see Mrs. Crowley with any questions.

Pinkerton Boys' Basketball Program

The Pinkerton Boys' Basketball Program is looking for managers to Film and Do Stats.  Please see Coach Rosinski in Room 110 during the day this week if you are interested!

Pinkerton Players-Diary of Anne Frank

The Diary of Anne Frank is this Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Tickets are $8 for students and $10 for adults at the Stockbridge Theatre.

Class of 2020-Toy Drive

The Class of 2020 is hosting a Second Chance Toy Drive for Derry Head Start.  Donate new or gently used toys at the Hackler Gymnasium or the Pinkerton bldg.; no dolls or stuffed animals. Donations can also be left in rooms 324 or 434.

12.02.16

Think Tank

Think Tank is having their next meeting Tuesday in the library, new members are always welcome.

PA Rowing Team

Please help support the PA Rowing Team by making holiday purchases at Barnes &Noble in Manchester on Friday Dec 9th.  You can make a purchase at the cafe or bookstore; all you need to do is show the voucher, which can be found on the PA website, with our book fair ID.  Gift wrapping will be available.  ​​If you can't make it, consider shopping online Dec 9-14 and use the book fair ID.

12.01.16

Design Club

The Design Club will meet today, December 1, in room 512. All are welcome.

Spanish students- NYC

Attention Spanish students: next week is the deadline to sign up for the weekend trip to NYC. Please see Mrs. Farley in room 50 for an application. There are only a few more spots available.

11.10.16

Veterans Day

Set up for tomorrow mornings Veterans Day breakfast is today after school. Please meet in the freshmen café @ 2:30 today.

11.09.16

Senior Academy Plan

Attention seniors

Do you have an A or H period study hall?

Would you like to come to school late or leave early?

If you answered yes to either of these questions you may qualify for The “Senior Academy Plan”

Find all the details on the home page of our web site under school news or click on “Info For” then “Senior Class” then “Academy Plan” for information and application.

Please see the senior office with any questions.

Photography Club

Morning Announcement: The Photography Club will meet today, Wednesday November 9th at 2:15 in room 514. We will be distributing calendars for our annual fundraiser and hosting a photo critique. New members are always welcome! 

Spanish Students

Attention Spanish students:  Would you like to go to New York City for the weekend of April 7-9, Spanish students only.  Please see Mrs. Farley in room 50 for information.

Design Club

Design Club will meet this Thursday afternoon at 2:30 in room 512. All are welcome.

 

11.08.16

Vote

The Citizenship Committee is reminding you that today is Election Day, if you are 18 years of age; you are eligible to vote, if you have not registered, you can still do so at the polls.  Voting is not just a right and privilege; it is your civic duty.

Equestrian Team

The Equestrian Team will meet this Thursday in room 71.

International Club

There is an International Club meeting after school this Thursday, in Room 56.

TEDx

TEDx will be hosting an official TEDx Talks event on Saturday at the Stockbridge.  For students interested in attending, please check your school email for a discount code.  If you are interested in volunteering at the event, please check at the library for details.  

Barka PALS

Attention all Barka PALS.  Please be at Barka School no later than 3pm this Wed. Nov. 9th.

Any questions see Mrs. Hicks.

Intramural Department

The Intramural Department will be having a Floor Hockey event after school from 2:30-3:30 on Wednesday in the Shepard Auditorium. Equipment will be provided. Please check the Intramural page on Aspen to complete the permission form. Please see Mr. Boles in room 337 for further information.

Skills USA

Skills USA will meet this Thursday in room 5211. Dues are $ 25.  Next week they will be hosting a coat drive, stay tuned for more info.

11.07.16

Books for Soldiers

Wednesday is the last day to bring in your gently used books for the 2016 Books for Soldiers.  The books can be dropped off at the library or Media Center.  Thank you for donating books for our veterans and soldiers.  

College Visit-Cancelled

Nashua Community College is cancelling their all day visit today

Think Tank

Think Tank is having a meeting tomorrow

SIGN LANGUAGE CLUB

ATTENTION ALL SIGN LANGUAGE CLUB MEMBERS. OUR NOVEMBER MEETING IS THIS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, AFTER SCHOOL IN ROOM 5327.  SEE YOU ALL THERE!

Milli Vanilli

Milli Vanilli lip sync battle informational meeting will take place next week, Thursday the 17th @ 2:30 pm, in room 434.

DECA

DECA is hosting the Muscular Dystrophy Walk this Saturday the 12th. Start time is 11 am at Memorial field (Pinkerton track). The minimum cost to enter is a $10 donation in which all proceeds are donated to The Muscular Dystrophy Association.

Model UN

Pinkerton’s Model UN will meet this Thursday the 10th in room 6307 and new members are always welcome.

International Club

There is an International Club meeting after school this Thursday, in Room 56.

FCCLA

FCCLA will not meet this week. Our next meeting will be on Tuesday November 15.

 

11.04.16

SAT Announcement

Attention all students who will be taking the SAT this Saturday, November 5, 2016.  Please be advised that the tests will be given in the Freshman Academy Building on the 3rd floor.  The doors will open at 7:45 am and the testing begins by 8:30 am.  The sooner everyone arrives the earlier your class will be able to start the test.  Students taking the SAT with Essay should finish testing by 1:30pm; students taking it without the essay should finish by 12:30pm.  Please check the rosters posted on the bulletin board in the Low CTE Building at the top of the main staircase on the 4th floor or on the bulletin board across the hall from the School Counseling Office on the 3rd floor for your room assignments.  Please see Mrs. Craft in the School Counseling Office if you don’t see your name listed.

The College Board has asked us to make the following announcements concerning cell phone policy.  Cell phones are prohibited during the test.  If a student brings a phone and it makes any noise or if a student is seen using a phone at any time, including breaks, the student will be dismissed immediately and their scores will be cancelled by the College Board.  This policy also includes: pagers, watch alarms, personal digital assistants or any other digital and/or electronic equipment.   The only electronic device allowed is an acceptable calculator or a battery operated CD player with earphones if you are taking a listening test.  You must bring your admission ticket (which must meet all requirements), #2 pencils and a photo identification.  You can print your admission ticket by logging in to MY SAT on the College Board website and clicking “Print Admission Ticket”.  Snacks and water are permitted to be consumed during breaks only.  Do not bring coffee or other types of drinks into the testing building. Very important:  Students without a legitimate Photo Identification will not be permitted to take the SAT. Licenses and official picture IDs (including current student IDs) will be acceptable.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Craft in the School Counseling Office as soon as possible. 

AMP

Attention all AMP leaders: Once again, our Friday meeting will be relocated to the Manning Lecture Hall today.  See you there.

Think Tank 

Join Think Tank Tuesday for their next meeting

School Pictures

Tuesday, November 8, Mark Lawrence Photographers will be distributing picture packages during lunch periods.  

Re-take day will be Tuesday, November 15, from 8:00-1:15 in the Stockbridge Theatre.

Sophomore Semi-Formal Tickets

The Class of 2019 will be selling semi-formal tickets starting Tuesday the 8th through Thursday the 10th.  Tickets are $ 30 but will be $40 after the 10th. Dues will also need to be paid and you can do that before or after school in room 300.  If you plan to bring a Pinkerton date they need to be with you when purchasing tickets. Sophomore Semi is Saturday, December 3rd.

Swimming & Diving

Tryouts for Swimming & Diving are starting on November 11th not November 7th at SNHU from 3:00-5:00

Grinnell PALS

Attention Grinnell PALS members, Thursday, November 10th is our day with our little buddies. Please be at Grinnell at 2:45 for attendance. Email Mrs. Crowley if you have any questions.

Attention College bound juniors and seniors:

You are invited to a school counseling department sponsored field trip to Southern NH University in Manchester on Tuesday November 15th.  It will be a free event including an information session, tour and lunch.  SNHU is known best for its business degree in 3 years, various education degrees, terrorism, homeland security, criminal justice studies and a new flagship engineering program.  If you are interested in attending, please go to the school counseling office in the Low Building as soon as possible to pick up permission forms.   We must have these returned by November 9th.  Thank you.

11.02.16

Pinkerton’s Got Talent

Students who auditioned for PGT last Monday will need to stop by room 5225 and see Mr. Smith sometime today.

11.01.16

Varsity Ice Hockey

All returning varsity ice hockey players need to meet in Coach Littlefield's room after school on Friday for a brief meeting.  

National Novel Writing Month

Happy November and happy start of National Novel Writing Month.  Every school day this month the library will be hosting write-ins during the lunch and study periods.  Please contact the library for details.  Today's the day to start writing your novel.  

Pinkerton Players

Attention all Pinkerton Players, there is a meeting after school today in the chorus room.  We are going to discuss important information like fieldtrips.

Food Drive

The Class of 2017 is hosting their annual food drive.  Collection boxes are located in all Social Studies classrooms and seminars.  All collected food will be donated to the Upper Room to benefit the Derry community.

DECA

DECA is meeting today after school in the freshman lecture hall.  Dues will be collected by this Friday in room 40 and are $35.

Bible Club

The Bible Club will meet tomorrow the 2nd in room 412 right after school until 3pm

Pinkerton Goes Pink Raffle

The winners of the Pinkerton goes pink raffle from last week are:

Noel Murphy

Michaela Spinney

Tim Lewis

You can pick up your Dunkin Donuts gift card from Mr. Lemire in room 324(science bldg.)

The $87 that was raised last week will be donated to the American cancer Society.

10.31.16

Stage Crew

Stage Crew will not be meeting today

Art Club

There will be an Art Club meeting today at 2:15 in room 514. Come celebrate Halloween by painting pumpkins and sharing holiday treats. 

Percussion/ Jazz

Any student who is interested in performing with the Percussion Ensemble or Jazz Lab Ensemble should see Mr. Adams in the band room

LGBT Alliance

LGBT Alliance will have its next meeting on Monday, 10/31 after school in Room 433.  All are welcome.

International Club

There is an International Club officers' meeting on Tuesday after school.

World Affairs Council

The World Affairs Council will be holding a MANDATORY meeting, Tuesday, November 1st from 2:30-3:30 in room 6-305. Teams will be chosen at this meeting! If you can't make it please contact Ms. Van or Ms. Flint. Thanks!

PALS

Attention all PALS members;  There will be a general meeting of all PALS members on Tuesday, Nov 1st (tomorrow)  in the Manning Lecture Hall starting at 2:20.

Photography Club

There will be a Photography Club meeting on Wednesday at 2:15 in room 514.  New members are always welcome. 

 

College Visits 

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Pinkerton Athletics

Saturday at Derryfield Park, the Girls’ and Boys’ Cross Country Teams both repeated as the Division 1 State Champions.

For the Boys: it marked their 4th straight championship. Led by seniors Calvin Graves and Jon L’Abbe, the Astros edged Concord 60-64.

For the Girls: it is their second straight championship as they ran away from Bp. Guertin. Four Pinkerton runners, freshman Meghan Cross, junior Maison D’Amelio, sophomore Ciara April, and freshman Jordan Vaillancourt, placed in the top 8 positions. 

 

10.28.16

LGBT Alliance

LGBT Alliance will have its next meeting on Monday, 10/31 after school in Room 433.  All are welcome.

Derry Village PALS

Attention Derry Village PALS members, Tuesday, November 1st is our day at Derry Village. Please be at the school at 2:45 for attendance. Contact Mrs. Crowley if you have any questions.

Prom Committee

The next meeting will be Tuesday the 1st at 6:30 am in room 420. All juniors are welcome.

10.27.16

Thanksgiving Food Drive

The Class of 2017 is hosting its annual Thanksgiving Food Drive with in the next couple of weeks.

Pinkerton’s Got Talent-FBLA

Today is the last day to audition for Pinkerton’s Got Talent in room 5225.

Veteran's Day Breakfast

The Class of 2018 is hosting the Veteran's Day Breakfast on Friday, November 11, and we're looking for volunteers! If you're interested in giving back and honoring those who have served, come to the Veteran's Day meeting Wednesday, November 2 in room 420 at 6:45 am.

Turning Club 

The Turning Club will be meeting in room 5 -112 (the wood shop) TODAY October 27th at 2:30. Please see Mr. Sackmann in the Wood shop if you have any questions. 

National Novel Writing Month

November is the annual National Novel Writing Month where writers start on November 1 and try to write an entire novel during the month.  In the past two years, Pinkerton students have written four complete novels.  If you are a writer, please Google NaNoWriMo and then join the library writing group for lunch time and after school write-ins.  Ask at the library for more details.  

 

10.26.16

Astro Striders Girls' Running Club

The Astro Striders Girls' Running Club will be hosting an informational social this Friday afternoon in room 417 in the Fine Arts Building. This meeting is for all current members as well as any girls who want to join or learn more about the club. We will discuss goals for term 2 as well as plan upcoming events. Hope to see you there!

Interact Club

Just a reminder, There will be an Interact meeting tomorrow after school in room 5222. If you have not attended any of our meetings, but would still like to join, let us know! We will be planning for Purple week and possibly a Coffee Factory Event.

Equestrian Team

The Equestrian Team will meet this Thursday the 27th in room 71-South building. Your $10 dues are due along with rider registrations.

Chorus Theatre

There will be a Chorus Theatre Show this Sunday at 2 pm in the Stockbridge Theatre. Tickets are only $7.

 

 

10.25.16

Campus Corner

Campus Corner is selling root beer floats for only $2.00 during lunch periods.

Film Club

Pinkerton Academy’s Film Club will have their first ever meeting tomorrow the 26th after school in room 416. There will be doughnuts!

Bible Club

Wednesday’s Bible Club meeting is cancelled this week only. See you next week.

PGT

Pinkerton’s Got Talent auditions will be this Thursday, October 27th after school in room 5225. See Mr. Smith for more info.

Class of 2020-Wear Pink

Pinkerton goes pink on Friday, October 28th.  Wear pink and you might win a Dunkin Donuts card.  Please feel free to donate to the American Cancer Society during lunches.

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

Please join cosmetology Sunday, Oct 30th for the 3rd Annual (JDRF) Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation walk sponsored by Astro Style. Registration begins at 10:30am for an 11am walk.  Come dressed in a Halloween costume for the best costume award contest and other drawings, and donations are greatly appreciated.

10.24.16

Tower Literacy Magazine

Tower is meeting today after school in room 411.

Gunstock Ski Program

If you are interested in participating in the Gunstock Ski Program it is mandatory that you attend a meeting in the freshmen lecture hall, Wednesday after school at 2:30.

Elementary Spanish Program

There will be an Elementary Spanish Program planning meeting tomorrow after school in room 58.  Bring your ideas.  

Pinkerton Academy Model UN

Pinkerton Academy's Model UN will meet this Thursday the 27th in room 6307, Mrs. Cavedon’s room. New members are always welcome.

The Bible Club

The Bible Club will meet this Wednesday the 26th after school in room 412. All are welcome.

DECA

It’s not too late to sign up for DECA.  Dues are $35 and are due Friday the 28th. There will be a full DECA meeting November 1st in the Freshman Lecture Hall.

 

Campus Corner

Campus Corner is selling salted pretzels for only $1.

College Visit Schedule

October24-28

10.21.16

South Range PALS

Attention all South Range PALS:  Please plan to be at South Range no later than 3pm on Monday, Oct. 24th.   If you have any questions, please see Ms. Hicks

Red Ribbon Week

October 24-28

Take the pledge during lunch this week. YOLO. Make it drug free!

10.20.16

Campus Corner

Protein shakes are on sale at the Campus Corner for $3.

Just Like Us

JLU members will meet today in the underclassmen café NOT in the Shepard Auditorium, from 2:30 to 3:30.

Volunteer Fair

Do you like to help others, are you trying to build your resume of experiences, then you should attend Pinkerton's 13th annual Volunteer Fair in the Shepard Auditorium during period E, F and G today (October 20).  There are 14 agencies that will be represented to include the Boys and Girls Club, Community Alliance for Teen Safety, Community Caregivers and Go Green Derry to name a few.  Students can come up from the underclassmen lunch and freshmen students will visit from seminar.

Winter Sports Organizational Meetings:

WINTER SPORTS MEETINGS 2016

 

10.19.16

Athletics – Wednesday, October 19

Girls Varsity, JV, and Freshmen Volleyball will be traveling to Exeter. Freshmen play at 3:30, JV begins at 5:00 and Varsity at 6:30.

Sophomore football will be traveling to Londonderry. They begin at 4:00

Boys and Girls Freshmen Soccer are hosting Concord at home. Both games begin at 4:00

FFA

Come and join The Pinkerton Academy FFA chapter for our annual Halloween party next Tuesday in room 4-102 from 2:30 to 3:30. We will be celebrating and carving pumpkins, eating delicious food and having a blast! Please bring your own pumpkin the morning of or the day before if you wish to carve. See you there! 

Campus Corner

Blueberry, chocolate chip and double chocolate chip Otis Spunkmeyer Muffins are for sale at the Campus Corner for only $1.50.

DECA

DECA has sign ups today in room 40. 

Pinkerton Players

Tickets to The Secret in the Wings performance are $8 for students and $10 for adults. The show is this Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Stockbridge Theatre.

10.17.16

Seniors-Voting Info and College Visits info:

voter registration 2016

College visits 10_17 to 10_21 

Teen Read Week

It is Teen Read Week and there will be activities all week at the library and media center, including the annual candy count.  In addition to the activities for you, the library is having a book drive to donate books to veterans.  If you have any gently-used paperbacks at home, please donate them for the veterans.

 

Sign Language Club Officers

Attention all Sign Language Club Officers - this is a friendly reminder that we will have an officer's meeting on Wednesday, October 19, before school at 6:45 in room 5327.  See you there!

World Affairs Council

There will be a World Affairs Council Meeting, today from 2:20-3:15 in room 6-305. All are welcome!

Science Society

Like Tie-Dye?  Then come with your t-shirt or other item to the Science Society Meeting in room 308 on Tuesday 10-18 directly after school.  Hope to see you there!

International Club

There is an International Club meeting this Thursday, the 20th, after school in Room 56

Pinkerton Players

Tickets for the 1st Fall show “The Secret in the Wings” go on sale today. The show is this Friday in the Stockbridge Theatre.

Pinkerton’s Got Talent

Auditions will happen on the 24th and the 27th of this month

 

10.14.16

ATTENTION

JUNIORS / SOPHOMORES

Who have signed up to take the PSAT tomorrow, Saturday, October 15th

LOCATION: Academy Building

TIME: Doors open at 7:45 am

Exam should be completed by 12:30pm

Bring an ID (Pinkerton Student ID is acceptable); at least two #2 pencils with erasers, mechanical pencils are not allowed. Calculators are allowed on certain math sections only.  Pinkerton Academy will not provide calculators.  WATER BOTTLES/DRINKS/SNACKS ARE ONLY ALLOWED DURING BREAKS. CELL PHONES CAN NOT BE ON DURING THE TEST.The PSAT roster and room numbers will be posted today in the Low Building on the 3rd and 4th Floors. PARKING IS ONLY AVAILABLE IN THE LOT BETWEEN THE ACADEMY AND LOW BUILDINGS,  BEHIND THE ENGLISH BUILDING OR IN THE LOWER PART OF THE SENIOR LOT BY THE STEARNS HOUSE (this is due to the Craft Fair also going on Saturday). Please see Mrs. Craft in the School Counseling Office if you have any questions.

Tower Literacy Magazine

Tower is meeting Monday, October 17th in room 411.

Ireland Trip

See Mr. O’Neil in room 116 for more information

 

10.13.16

Skills USA

Skills USA will have a full chapter meeting today after school from 2:20-3:00 in room 5211.

Interact Club

Interact Club is meeting tomorrow after school in room 5222.

10.12.16

Bible Club

Do you want to know more about God? Are you looking for advice or need help regarding your spiritual faith?  Can we pray for you? We will meet today and every Wednesday right after school in room 412 until 3 pm. All are welcome.

Photography Club

The Photography Club will meet today, October, 12 at 2:15 in room 514. Bring photographs to enter into our annual calendar contest. You may submit up to 2 images for each season. Hope to see you there.

Model UN

Pinkerton Academy Model UN will be holding its next meeting this Thursday the 13th in room 6307.

Skills USA

Will meet tomorrow in room 5211 right after school.

LGBT Alliance

Pinkerton Academy's LGBT Alliance will meet on Monday, October 17 after school in Room 433.  All are welcome.

Annual Breast Cancer Walk

Please join us for our Annual Breast Cancer Walk this Sunday sponsored by HOSA, FCCLA and Astro Style.  Registration begins at 9:30am for a 10am walk.  Come dressed in Pink, and donations are greatly appreciated.

10.11.16

Memorial

This Saturday there will be a memorial walk for Jillian Nelson.  Please join Jillian's friends and Think Tank as they remember Jillian and take a memorial walk in her honor.  The memorial walk is Saturday at 10am and starting at the library.  

Class of 2020-Dues

Dues will be collected this week before and after school in room 324. If you have any questions see Ms. Canney or Mr. Lemire.

Intramural Department

The Intramural Department will be having a Dodgeball event after school on Wednesday October 12th from 2:30-3:00 in the Shepard Auditorium. The permission forms can be downloaded from the Intramurals page on Aspen. Please bring the signed forms to the event on Wednesday. Please see Mr. Boles in room 337 for further details. 

Sign Language Club 

Attention all Sign Language Club Officers.  Our meeting for tomorrow morning at 6:45 has been postponed until next Wednesday, October 19.  Please make a note of it.

ATTENTION ALL BARKA PALS

Please be at the Barka school library no later than 3pm tomorrow, Wed. Sept. 12th.

Any questions please see Mrs. Hicks.

         Equestrian Team

         The Equestrian Team will meet this Thursday the 13th in room 308.Dues and forms will be collected.

College Visits:

October 11 to 14

 

10.07.16

Athletics – Friday, October 7

Boys Varsity and JV Soccer are travelling to Spaulding. Varsity plays at 4:00 and JV begins at 5:15. 

Girls Varsity and JV Field Hockey travel to Bedford. Varsity plays at 4:00 and JV at 5:15.

Girls Varsity and JV Soccer is hosting Spaulding at home. Both teams play 4:00

Varsity Football is away at Timberlane. The game starts at 6:30. 

Think Tank

Think Tank will meet in the library next Tuesday

International Club

There is an International Club OFFICERS' meeting on Tuesday, after school in Room 56.

Elementary Spanish Club

Elementary Spanish Club will have its first meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 11 after school in room 58.  Old and new members must attend.

Sweets for Soldiers

The Class of 2018 will hold a, Sweets for Soldiers bake sale on Tuesday the 11th during all lunches to benefit our solders

10.06.16

Great American Lawn Game Classic-Cancelled-due to lack of interest

See Ms. Iacuzio or Mr. Plante in the Academy building for your refund.

 

Athletics – Thursday, October 6
Freshmen football plays at home against Timberlane at 4:00.
Girls Varsity, JV, and Freshmen Volleyball are hosting Winnacunnet at home. Freshmen begin at 4:00. JV starts at 4:30 and Varsity begins at 5:15.
Varsity Golf will be competing in the State Championship today at Hanover Country Club. They begin play at 9:00am.   

10.05.16

Athletics – Wednesday, October 5

Sophomore Football is hosting Saint John’s Prep at 4:00pm

Boys Varsity and JV Soccer are home at 4:00 pm, they are hosting Alvirne.

Girls Varsity and JV Soccer are traveling to Alvirne. They also play at 4:00pm

Girls Varsity, JV, and Freshmen Volleyball are away at Spaulding. Freshmen begin play at 4:00, followed by JV at 5:00 and Varsity at 6:15

Varsity and JV Field Hockey is hosting Timberlane at home. Varsity starts at 4:00 and JV plays after at 5:15.

  

Campus Corner

Campus Corner is selling hot cinnamon rolls every day in the Shepard café during all lunches for only $1!

SENIOR PICTURE

LAST CHANCE FOR SENIOR PICTURE!

Seniors who have not had their senior picture taken have a final opportunity next week during underclassmen photo days in the Stockbridge Theatre.

Those who want a photo taken for the yearbook should report to the Stockbridge Theatre during a study or lunch period and inform the photographers they are there for a senior picture.  Make certain attire is dress code appropriate.  Here are the dates: October 11, 12th and 13th.

Breast Cancer Awareness

The Leadership Council of Athletics is sponsoring a pink out football game to support Breast Cancer Awareness on October 14th! Dress in pink and donate to- chuck a duck onto the field-before the game for your chance to win prizes! 

 

10.04.16

Athletics – Tuesday, October 4

Boys JV golf are at home, hosting the JV State Golf Tournament. They begin at 9:00am.

Boys and Girls Cross Country have a meet at Alvirne against Spaulding and Alvirne at 4:00pm.

Girls Freshmen Field Hockey is hosting Winnacunnet at home at 4:00pm. 

 

Pinkerton Player’s

PA Players will meet today after school in the chorus room.

Voices of Democracy Contest

If you love talking and possibly winning scholarship money and a chance to represent NH on the national level, then consider entering the Voices of Democracy Contest this year! The Voices of Democracy contest is a speech competition held nationwide through local VFWs and this year's theme is "My Responsibility to America." It is open to all high school students. The deadline is Friday, October 21st. Please see Miss Iacuzio in room 6-308 for more information

Doctor Who

The Doctor Who lunch group is starting today, Period F in the library.  Bring your lunch and come meet the other Whovians on campus.  That's the Doctor Who lunch group, every Tuesday during Period F in the library.  

American Lawn Game

The Class of 2017 is hosting an American Lawn Game tournament October 8th at the girls’ soccer field at 11:00am. The cost pre-registered is $20; tickets are on sale during all lunches.

 

10.03.16

World Affairs Council

The World Affairs Council will be having their 2nd meeting of the year from 2:20-3:30 today, in room 6-305. Talk to Ms. Flint or Ms. Van if you cannot make it. 

Art Club

Join Art Club for their second meeting today in Room 514.  They will be working on their first project.

Campus Corner

Campus Corner is selling muffins for $1.50 during all lunch periods this week.

FCCLA

FCCLA will meet after school, Tuesday in room 302. All are welcome.

FBLA

FBLA will meet tomorrow (Tuesday) after school in the freshman lecture hall.

DECA

DECA will meet this Wednesday the 5th. Dues are $35 and are due by Oct.30th

Design Club

The Design Club meeting for this week has been postponed due to Open House. The next meeting for the Design Club will be on Thursday, October 13th, in room 512. 

College Visits 10/03 to 10/07

College Visits 10/3 to 10/7

 

 

 

 

9.30.16

Athletics – Friday, September 30th

Varsity Football is hosting Bedford at home. The game begins at 7:00pm

Volleyball is hosting Alvirne at home. Freshmen and JV play at 4:00 and Varsity plays after at 5:15.

Varsity Golf is home at Hoodkroft Country Club. They begin at 3:30

Varsity and JV Field Hockey travel to Dover. Varsity plays at 4 and JV at 5:15

Tower Literacy Magazine

Tower will meet Monday, October 3rd after school in room 411.

Sign Language Club

Attention all Sign Language Club members.  Our October meeting is this Wednesday, October 5, after school in room 5327.  We will be having club officer elections and learning numbers.  New members are always welcome!

9.29.16

Attention all PALS members.

Please don't forget to hand in your permission slips to Ms. Hicks, Mrs. Crowley or Ms. Iacuzio by Friday, Sept. 30th.

Class of 2018

Juniors! T-shirt order forms can be picked up in room 5420 until October 3rd.

Corn Hole Tournament

The Class of 2017 is hosting a corn hole tournament for the first time ever on October 8th @ 11:00am, located at the girls soccer field. The cost is $20 per pre-registered team or $25 at the gate. Tickets will be sold during lunches starting today through next Wednesday.  There will be prizes. 

9.28.16

Athletics – Wednesday, September 28th

JV Golf travels to Hidden Creek Golf Course to compete against Londonderry at 3:30.

Sophomore Football hosts Londonderry at home. They play at 4:00.

Girls Varsity and JV Field Hockey host Bishop Guertin. Varsity plays at 4:00 and JV plays after at 5:15.

College Visit

Alfred University will be in Room 516 during Pd. F on Thursday.

9.27.16

Athletics – Tuesday, September 27th

JV Golf will be traveling to Brentwood Country Club to play Keene. They begin at 3:30

Varsity Golfs is hosting Exeter and Nashua North. They begin play at 3:30

Boys and Girls cross country are racing Salem & Dover at home. They begin at 4:00pm

Varsity and JV Boys soccer host Manchester memorial at home. They begin play at 4:00

Varsity and JV Girls soccer travel to  Manchester memorial. Their games begin at 4:00

Academy of Business & Finance

This meeting will take place this Thursday the 29th after school in room 5204.

Japanese Culture Club

The first meeting of Japanese Culture Club will be this Friday, right after school, in room 114. See you there!

9.26.16

Dance Club

Dance Club will meet today after school from 2:30 to 3:30 in the Black Box Theatre, room 502. Dance experience is not required.

Chess Club

Chess Club is meeting today, and every Monday after school in room 328 of the science building.

JLU Officers

Interested in becoming a JLU officer? If so, please meet in room 117 after school this Thursday the 29th.

College Visits-Seniors:

College Visits Fall 9.26 to 9.30

 

 

 

9.23.16

Athletics – Friday, September 23rd

Boys JV Golf is hosting Bedford at Hoodkroft Country Club the game begins at 4

Boys and Girls JV Soccer host Londonderry at home. Both teams play at 4:00.

Boy’s freshmen soccer travel to Londonderry. They begin at 4

Boys’ Varsity Footballs travels to Londonderry. The game begins at 7:00. 

Tonight's football game is also NH Tackles Hunger Campaign night. Instead of paying for a ticket. Fans can donate non-perishable food items at the gate. All food that is collected will stay within the neighborhood to help neighbors in need around us. Items brought to the game can include but are not limited to peanut butter, jelly, tuna, soups, pasta, sauce, canned fruits/vegetables, but no glass. Cash donations will also be accepted. 

 

Class of 2018-T-Shirts

You still have a chance to purchase a 2018 class shirt. You have until October 3rd to turn in an order form which can be found in rooms 420 & 5420.

9.22.16

Athletics – Thursday, September 22nd

Boys Freshmen Football is hosting Londonderry at home. They begin play at 4:00pm

Boys & Girls Freshmen Soccer teams are both playing Portsmouth at home at 4:00pm

Destination Imagination

The Destination Imagination organizational meeting will be right after school in room 336 on Tuesday, Sept. 27. Please see Mrs. Pond if you can't make it.

PALS

Attention all New and Returning PALS members.

There will be a mandatory first meeting next Tuesday, Sept. 27th in the Manning Lecture Hall, in the science building, at 2:20.

Please see Ms. Hicks, Ms. Iacuzio or Mrs. Crowley for any questions, applications or permission slips.

9.21.16

Athletics – Wednesday, September 21st

Varsity and JV Field Hockey travel to Manchester Memorial. JV plays at 6:00pm and Varsity plays at 7:15

Varsity and JV Volleyball host Keene at home. JV plays at 4:00 and Varsity plays at 5:15

Boys Sophomore Football hosts Plymouth. The game begins at 4:30pm.

Dance Club

Dance Club is meeting today in the Black Box Theatre, room 502 in the Spaulding Arts building.

Interact Club

Interact Club will meet tomorrow the 22nd in room 5222 after school. This club involves volunteering and helping out the community.

Tower Magazine

This club will meet this Monday the 26th in room 411 from 2:30-3:15.

FCCLA

Do you think you have what it takes to join the ultimate leadership experience? Come see what Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is all about, after school next Tuesday the 27th in room 302.

9.20.16

Athletics – Tuesday, September 20th

Varsity Golf takes on Concord and Manchester Central at the Derryfield Country Club. They begin play at 3:30.

Girls Varsity & JV Soccer travel to Dover. Each game begins at 4:00

JV Golf hosts Exeter and Timberlane at Hoodkroft Country Club. The match begins at 3:30. 

Boys Varsity & JV Soccer host Dover at home. Both teams play at 4:00pm

Classical Drawing Club

Classical Drawing Club will meet for the first time this year, today in room 516 from 2:30 until 3:30.  If you enjoy drawing with other students who like to draw please drop by!

College Visit

Tuesday, Sept. 20   SCAD

Will meet in ROOM 516...PERIOD F.

Class of 2018

Juniors! T-shirt orders are in! Orders can be picked up today and tomorrow after school in room 420.

Astro Striders

The Astro Striders will have an organizational meeting this Wednesday, 9/21 right after school in Room 417 in the Fine Arts Building. Come learn more about the club and meet members and advisers -- returning and new members are all welcome.

Bike Club

The Bike Club will have its first meeting this Thursday, the 22nd, after school at 2:30 in room 6-311 in the Academy Building. All current members and interested students are encouraged to attend.

SEA

The Students for Environmental Action will be meeting Thursday night afterschool in room 6-203.

See Mr. Bartlett if you have any questions.

There is still room for joining the Beach Clean-up this Saturday.  See Mr. Bartlett or Mr. Faszewski for information.

Sophomore Semi Committee

The Sophomore Semi Committee will meet this Thursday the 22nd in room 300, right after school.

Equestrian Team

The Equestrian Team will meet this Thursday the 22nd in room 308-Science building. See Mrs. Hanlon.

LGBT

Pinkerton Academy's LGBT Alliance will have its next meeting on Monday, September 26 after school in Room 433.  We are working on publicity and goals for the year.  If you have any questions, see Ms. Raudonis.

9.19.16

Athletics – Monday, September 19th

Girls Varsity and JV Field Hockey host Keene at home. Varsity plays at 4:00 and JV plays after at 5:15

Girls Freshmen Field Hockey travels to Andover. They begin at 4:00

Varsity and JV Volleyball travel to Dover. JV plays at 4:00 and Varsity begins at 5:30

Girls Freshmen Soccer travel to Winnacunnet. They begin play at 4:30. 

Tower

There will be a short Tower officer meeting today at 2:30 in Room 411. This is an important planning meeting!  Please meet in Room 411.

Our first general Tower meeting will be next Monday, September 26th! Come on out next Monday at 2:30, Students, to become a part of something special as we work to keep the Arts Alive here at Pinkerton!

 

Mack Plaque Dance

The Mack Plaque Dance is this Saturday, Sept. 24th from 7 pm to 10 pm.  Tickets are on sale starting today through Thursday.  They are $15 and available during all lunch periods.

String Ensemble:

Attention all students who play violin, viola, cello, upright bass and piano: String Ensemble is an after school ensemble that will be rehearsing once a week on Tuesday nights from 6:00-7:30. We will be performing music from Classical orchestral to modern day film score music.  We look forward to seeing you there on Tuesday at 6:00.

PSAT Information-Attention sophomores and juniors :

The last day to register for the October 15th PSAT is Friday, September 23rd.  Students can register before school in the school counseling office on the 3rd floor of the low vocational building.  The cost is $25.00. Checks only, payable to Pinkerton Academy.

Art Club

Come to Art Club's first meeting today, after school in Room 514.

Think Tank Club

Think Tank will be having their first club meeting after school tomorrow in the Saltmarsh library.

Photography Club

Photography Club's First meeting will be this Wednesday in room 514.

 

Science Society Club

Love Science?  Then the Science Society Club is for you.  We will be meeting this Wed (9/21) in room 305 of the science building to decide on the activities you would like to do this year.  Hope to see you there!

International Club

There is an International Club meeting on Thursday of this week, after school in Room 56.  All are welcome.

Seniors-College Visits:

college visits 9/19-9/23

9.16.16

Athletics – Friday, September 16th

Here are the sports for Friday!

Boys Varsity Golf hosts Manchester Central and Manchester Memorial at Hoodkroft Country Club.

Boys Freshmen Soccer travels to Manchester Central at 4:00pm

Boys JV Soccer and Girls JV Soccer travel to Salem. Both teams play at 4:00

Varsity Football hosts Salem at 7:00pm!

Pinkerton Players-Important Information

Attention cast members of The Secret in the Wings:

Today's rehearsal has been cancelled. Please report to the theatre Monday at 2:3o for our first cast meeting and read through. Email: Ms. Lary with any questions.

World Affairs Council

Are you interested in Current Events, History, Global Issues, and Trivia? Please come to the first World Affairs Council Meeting, Thursday, September 22nd from 2:20-3:00. The meeting will be held in room 6-305 in the Academy Building. If you are interested and cannot attend, please see Ms. Van or Ms. Flint for more information. 

DECA, Campus Corner & Mack Plaque T-shirts

DECA will meet Wednesday, September 21 in the freshman lecture hall at 2:30 pm.    Campus Corner will have its grand opening Monday the 19th.

Mack Plaque t-shirts will go on sale next week starting Monday, they are $15.

 

Next week is Spirit Week! Please click on the link below for each day's theme:

Spirit Week Fall 2016

9.14.16

Seniors-College Visits:  See link below

 college visits 9/12-9/16

 

 

Athletics – Wednesday, September 14th

Girls Varsity and JV Volleyball host Hollis-Brookline. JV plays at 4:00 and Varsity begins at 5:15.

JV Golf travels to Exeter Country Club for a match. They play at 3:30.

Manga Club

Tomorrow is an early-release day so there will be no Manga Club.  Manga Club will be back next Thursday after school in the library. 

Just Like Us Club

The Just Like Us Club will meet Tuesday, September, 20th from 2:30-3:30 at the gazebo located in front of Pinkerton Hall (clock tower).  Email Laura Johnston at ljohnston@pinkertonacademy.org

 

 

9.13.16

We would like to welcome our Basque friends from the Askartza-Claret school in the Basque Region of Spain!

Welcome to New Hampshire, welcome to Pinkerton!

Athletics – Tuesday, September 13th

Boys and Girls Freshmen Soccer both have games at home against Bedford at 4:00pm. 

Varsity Golf takes on Dover and Nashua South at Green Meadow Golf Club at 3:30. 

Boys and Girls Cross Country travel to Winnacunnet to race at 4:00pm

Girls Freshmen Field Hockey, travel to Winnacunnet. They play at 4:00pm. 

Pinkerton Players Auditions:

The Pinkerton Players will be holding auditions this afternoon in the Stockbridge Theatre.  We will be auditioning for both The Secret in the Wings and The Diary of Anne Frank.  Students interested in auditioning should prepare a 1 minute monologue.  Please see Mr. Cahoon, Ms. Lary, or Mrs. Tartarilla with any questions.  

Bell Choir Auditions:

Auditions for Pinkerton's Hand Bell choir are taking place now until September 20.

If you are interested in auditioning contact Mrs. Olson in room 505 in the music department to set up an audition time during your lunch, study, or after school. This is a short audition to assess your music notation sight reading and rhythm skills.

Bell choir will meet on Tuesdays after school.  No prior experience is necessary, only strong rhythmic skills.

Come be a part of an elite music ensemble!

Seniors-College Visits:  9/13 & 9/14


College visit passes can be found at the Senior Office, Shepard Office, Science Office and School Counseling Office. Please take a pass and have it signed by your teacher if you are interested in this college visit. Bring the pass with you at the time of the visit.   

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Club Fair-Annual

Attention Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors.  You are invited to attend our annual Club Fair this Wednesday, September 14, in the Shepard Auditorium during your lunch period (Periods D-E-F or G).  Freshman will attend during their seminar, Sophomores and Juniors can attend during their lunch. A wide variety of clubs and organizations, everything from Dance, Leadership, or Skiing to Environment, Robotics, and Languages will be represented for you to check out. Be Involved!

SEA

The Students for Environmental Action and Science classes are joining forces to help

clean up Ragged Neck beach Saturday, September 24th. We leave at 8 am and will be 

back by 1pm and the cost is free!  See Mr. Bartlett or Mr. Faszewski in room 338 for more information.

9.12.16

Seniors-College Visits:  9/12 & 9/13

College visit passes can be found at the Senior Office, Shepard Office, Science Office and School Counseling Office. Please take a pass and have it signed by your teacher if you are interested in this college visit. Bring the pass with you at the time of the visit.   

 

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FBLA: (Future Business Leaders of America)

If you like meeting new friends want to learn how to build a resume, attend state conferences and competitions then come to the first FBLA meeting Tuesday the 13th in the freshman lecture hall right after school.

Club Fair:  9/14

Attention Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors.  You are invited to attend our annual Club Fair this Wednesday, September 14, in the Shepard Auditorium during your lunch period (Periods D-E-F or G).  Freshman will attend during their seminar, Sophomores and Juniors can attend during their lunch period. A wide variety of clubs and organizations, everything from Dance, Leadership, or Skiing to Environment, Robotics, and Languages will be represented for you to check out. Be Involved!

 

9.09.16

Athletics - Friday September 9th & Saturday September 10th

Varsity football host Gofftown at 7:00pm.

Freshmen Field Hockey plays Winnacunnet at home at 4:00pm


Saturday September 10th

Boys Freshmen Soccer travels to Soughegan. The game starts at 10:00am

Girls Varsity and JV Soccer travels to Manchester Central the game begins at 10:00am

Sign Language Club

SIGN LANGUAGE CLUB WILL HAVE ITS FIRST MEETING ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, AFTER SCHOOL.  YOU DO NOT NEED TO KNOW ASL TO JOIN.  WE WILL MEET IN ROOM 5327 ON THE 3RD FLOOR OF THE VOCATIONAL BUILDING. NEW MEMBERS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME. 

Class of 2017-Graduation Information-Caps & Gowns

Seniors can go online and complete their measurements for caps and gowns at https:buildagrad.com/pinkerton .   You can also access this link on Pinkerton’s website.

 

9.08.16

Athletics -Thursday, September 8th

Girls Varsity and JV soccer will be hosting Timberlane at home. Both games begin at 4:00pm.

Boys and Girls Cross Country have a meet at NH Tech in Concord. at 4:00pm.

Boys Freshmen Football will be traveling to Gofftstown. Game begins at 4:00

Boys Varsity and JV Soccer travel to Timberlane. They will play at 4:00

Girls Varsity and JV volleyball travel to Timberlane. JV plays at 4:00 and Varsity at 5:15.

PACE

REMINDER, P.A.C.E. afternoon and evening classes begin on Monday, September 12th.

 

9.07.16

Athletics -Wednesday, September 7th

Girls Freshmen Field hockey will be hosting Andover at 4:00pm

Sophomore football will be traveling to Exeter. The game begins at 4:00pm

Girls Varsity and JV volleyball travel to Manchester Central. JV plays at 4:00pm and varsity plays at 5:15

Freshman Class Office

Attention freshmen-

If you are running for class office, your petitions are due TODAY by 2:30 to Ms. Canney in room 434 or Mr. Lemire in room 324.  There is a mandatory meeting on Friday, September 9th at 6:30 a.m. in room 434.  See Ms. Canney or Mr. Lemire with any questions.

COLLEGE VISIT

ATTENTION SENIORS:

The National Aviation Academy of New England will be visiting Pinkerton Thursday, September 8th, periods C&D in the Senior Café Conference Room. College visit passes can be found at the Senior Office, Shepard Office, Science Office and School Counseling Office. Please take a pass and have it signed by your period C or D teacher if you are interested in this college visit. Bring the pass with you at the time of the visit. 

Manga Club-Saltmarsh Library

If you like manga or anime, the Manga Club will have its first meeting tomorrow the 8th, after school at the library.  If you know who Monkey D. Luffy is, the Manga Club is for you.  We hope to see you tomorrow at the library after school for the Manga Club.   

Sophomore Semi Committee

There will be a sophomore committee meeting tomorrow the 8th after school until 3 pm in room 300 in the science building.

9.06.16

Athletics -Tuesday, September 6th

JV Golf plays hosts Keene, Spaulding and Goffstown at Hoodkroft Country Club at 4:00pm

Varsity Golf travels to Campbells Scottish Highlands to play against Merrimack and Salem at 3:30

Boys and Girls Varsity Cross Country have a meet against Londonderry and Exeter at 4:00pm 

Varsity and JV Field Hockey are hosting Nashua South at home. The games are at 4:00 and 5:15.

Boys Freshmen Soccer host Hanover at 4:30

Freshmen Volleyball travel to Winnacunnet. The game starts at 4:30. 

Pinkerton Players:

Are you looking for an after school activity that is creative and fun? Come to the Pinkerton Players meeting this Tuesday from 2:30 to 3:30 for auditions and club info regarding stage crew and the Fall plays: The Secret in the Wings and The Diary of Anne Frank we will meet in the chorus room located in the Spaulding Arts and Humanities Center. We will also be electing a new freshman representative.

FFA (Future Farmers of America)

Are you interested in a future career in animal science or just have some agricultural related hobbies?  Come join Pinkerton’s very own FFA chapter. Make new friends and learn valuable life lessons.  We meet every Tuesday in room 4-102 from 2:30 pm to 3:00 pm.

International Officer’s Club

This club will meet this Thursday, the 8th after school in room 56.

SEA (Students for Environmental Action)

The first Students for Environmental Action meeting will be held in 6-203 Thursday afterschool.  The National Beach cleanup is scheduled for Saturday, September 24th.  Come to the meeting to get more information on this activity.  See Mr. Bartlett if you have any questions.

Class Rings:

It’s not too late to order your class rings!  Ring orders will be taken on Friday, September 9th during all lunches in the Shepard Café.  A $50 deposit is requested when placing your order.  Design your custom ring or other customized class jewelry on-line at Jostens.com or pick up a ring packet in the Shepard Office.

LGBT

Pinkerton's LGBT Alliance is a space for the LGBT community and allies to support one another and reach out to the Pinkerton community as a whole.  All are welcome. Our first meeting is Monday, September 12 after school in Room 433.  See Ms. Raudonis if you have any questions. 

FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)

We will meet Tuesday, September 13th right after school in the freshman lecture hall.

 

Class of 2017-Senior Corn Roast

The Senior Corn Roast will take place this Saturday the 10th and tickets go on sale tomorrow the 7th during all lunches. The cost is $15.

9.02.16

Quiz Bowl

Pinkerton Academy’s Quiz Bowl team will hold its first meeting in room 106, Friday, September 9th after school.  If you like friendly competition, enjoy trivia games, are a fan of Jeopardy or want a chance to be on TV yourself, come see what we are all about or see Mr. Crowell if you cannot attend.

VEX  Robotics

Pinkerton’s VEX Robotics has 6 robotics teams; they meet every Tuesday and Thursday from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm in the room 4202, Annex building. See Mr. Biron in 4202 for information.

PSAT exam: Attention sophomores and juniors.

The PSAT exam will be held on Saturday, October 15th at Pinkerton Academy.Registration will take place before school in the School Counseling Office - 3rd floor of the Low Vocation Building - starting Tuesday, September6th thru Friday, September 23rd.   Cost is $25.00 – checks only – payable to Pinkerton Academy.

Athletics-Friday, September 2nd

Varsity Golf hosts Bishop Guertin and Spaulding at Hoodkroft Country Club at 3:30

Girls Varsity and JV Soccer host Nashua North @4:00pm

Varsity, JV and freshmen volleyball host Merrimack. Freshmen and JV begin at 4:00 and Varsity plays at 5:15

Boys and Girls Cross Country host the Alumni Race at Forsaith Track at 5:00pm

Boys Varsity and JV Soccer travel to Nashua South both teams begin at 4:00

Varsity Football travel to Concord. The game begins at 7:00pm

9.01.16

Intramural Weightlifting

There will be a meeting for anyone interested in intramural weightlifting after school on Thursday this week at 2:30 in the field house weight room.  Please see Mr. Dion in room 438 if you are unable to attend.

Athletics Thursday September 1st

Boys Freshmen Football will play Concord at home at 4:00pm.

Varsity and JV Field Hockey travel to Merrimack. Varsity begins at 4:00pm and JV plays after at 5:15.

Thursday Sep 1 2016 4:00 PM BOYS FRESHMAN FOOTBALL H Concord (CHS) (B FR) GAME Memorial Field - Pinkerton

Thursday Sep 1 2016 4:00 PM GIRLS VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY A @ Merrimack (MER) (G V) GAME

Thursday Sep 1 2016 5:15 PM GIRLS JUNIOR VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY A @ Merrimack (MER) (G JV) GAME 

Class Rings Sophomores: It’s time to order your class rings!  Ring orders will be taken on Friday, September 2nd during all lunches in the Shepard Café.  A $50 deposit is requested when placing your order.  Design your custom ring or other customized class jewelry on-line at Jostens.com or pick up a ring packet in the Shepard Office.

Student Council 

Attention freshmen: If you are interested in running for Student Council, petitions are now available from Mr. Breda in Room 306 of the Science Building.  All petitions are due back by 2:30 pm onWed. Sept. 7.  See Mr. Breda or Student Council members in your lunches if you have any questions about student council or where to pick up or return forms.

Class Office

Attention Freshmen: If you are interested in running for class office, please pick up a petition from Ms. Canney in room 434 or Mr. Lemire in room 324 or in seminar. Petitions are due back by 2:30 on Wednesday, September 7th.  See Ms. Canney or Mr. Lemire with any questions.

Pinkerton Players

Are you looking for an after school activity that is creative and fun? Come to the Pinkerton Players meeting this Tuesday from 2:30 to 3:30 for auditions and club info.