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Friday, May 25
  • On June 6th and 7th at 3:15 in the Black Box Theater, the Drama Workshop will present "Park Land" based on an original play by senior Katy Prigue and featuring monologues written by the Drama Workshop Class. For more information see Mr. Smith. Seating is limited and is on a first come-first served basis.
  • The PCTI School of Communication Arts presents the 2018 student Art Show. This year’s show will be held right here on the beautiful PCTI campus in the Athletic Center on Wednesday, May 30th, at 6PM to 8PM. Come see the next generation of ultra-talented artists, designers and content creators as they celebrate their works with some live music, food and refreshments. This year’s theme is #PCTIcreates. Be sure to check the hashtag daily for a sneak peak of some truly amazing works!
  • Attention Class of 2020 we are SOLD OUT of rice krispies. Monies for rounds 1 and 2 are due NOW to avoid an obligation. Thank you for being responsible.
  • Fall JV and Varsity cheer tryouts will be Tuesday 5/29 and Wednesday 5/30 from 3-5 upstairs in the AC. You must have a physical into the nurse before Friday 5/25 to tryout.
  • On Tuesday, June 5th, the Sophomore Theatre company will present "Metamorphoses" based on the stories of Ovid. Please see Mr. Smith for more information. Seating is on a first come-first served basis and seating is limited.
  • On Friday, June 8th at 3:15pm and 7:00pm the Senior Theatre Company will present the tragedy "Titus Andronicus" by William Shakespeare. For more information see Mr. Smith. Seating is on a first come-first served basis.
  • PCTI football practice and tryouts will begin on Monday June 11th. Only students with a valid physical or valid physical update, handed into the nurse, will be able to participate.
  • Both the C-Wing and F-Wing libraries will be closed 0 period through 9th period because of state science testing all of next week. Both libraries will be open after school the usual hours.
  • Congratulations to the following varsity softball players for receiving post season awards:
    Kayla Nelson, Daniela Vidal and Janaya Espino were all selected 1st Team All County and 1st Team All League.
    Elizabeth Fernandez was named 2nd Team All County and All League
    The following players were named 2nd Team All League
    Sam Vitale
    Tianna Marquez
    Leila Roberts
    Nina Reynoso
    Maryann Ramirez and Alexa Conklin were named Honorable Mention All League
    Tianna Marquez and Leila Roberts earned Honorable Mention All County
    And Elizabeth Fernandez and Janaya Espino were selected to play in the Passaic vs. Bergen All Star Game
  • Mrs Martin and Ms Nicosia would like to thank all the ASL students and Sigb Club members who performed in asl Jam ! You showed what hope means to you and it was an inspiring show. You all did an amazing job and we could not be prouder. We would also like to thank the the print shop and in particular Chris Cortez for designing the programs for a 4th year! Congrats great job!
  • Come see The Freshman Theater Company perform its 2018 Showcase. Scenes, Songs, dance and original material at it's best. In the black box theater Thursday May 31, 3:15 & 7:00 PM- See Mrs. Quinn for more information.
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Golf (F)
    Opponent: Passaic County
    Location: Away
    Score: 254 (PCTI) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Coach Brian Lawshe provided the following additional notes: The girls golf team concluded their season yesterday competing at the Pasaic County tournament. Abigail Haven Finished 2nd overall in the girls division, and Avani Chandratre and Salma Aburoumi finished 6th and 7th respectively withJaylynn Czornmor rounding out the team scoring for the bulldogs on the day. The lady bulldogs finished the 2018 season with the most wins in program history.
  • Team: Varsity Baseball (M)
    Opponent: North Bergen
    Location: Home
    Score: 12 (PCTI) vs. 7 (Opponent)
    Coach Robert Nutile provided the following additional notes: Congratulations to the varsity baseball team on their 12 to 7 win over North Bergen yesterday in the state playoff quarterfinal round. The Bulldogs got an excellent pitching performance from junior Anthony DiBrino who improved his record to 5-1. The team was up 2 to 1 after a monster home run from third baseman Isaias Guzman after one inning. But the bulldogs trailed North Bergen 6 to 2 going into the bottom of the sixth and they never gave up. The team scored 10 runs in the bottom of that inning led by Arbert Cipion's 2 run blast, Isaias Guzman's two run double, Lee Montesino two run double and Elvin Acosta's RBI single. Thank you to all the faculty and students that came out and cheered them on. The team will play next Tuesday at Ridgewood in the state semi final round. Best of luck!
  • Team: Varsity Boys' Golf (M)
    Opponent: Passaic County tournament
    Location: Home
    Score: 368 (PCTI) vs. 324 (Opponent)
    Coach Patrick Lawler provided the following additional notes: Congratulations to the boys golf team who finished 3rd at the Passaic County golf tournament. The team shot 368 which was just 12 strokes behind 2nd second place Wayne Valley. The team was lead by 4th place finisher Titus Matthews who shot 79, also contributing was Matvey Pangan with 93. Rounding out the lineup was Vinny Bellomo with 96 and Griffith Ungerleider who shot 100. The team finished the season with 20-5 record. Go bulldogs.
Thursday, May 24
  • On June 6th and 7th at 3:15 in the Black Box Theater, the Drama Workshop will present "Park Land" based on an original play by senior Katy Prigue and featuring monologues written by the Drama Workshop Class. For more information see Mr. Smith. Seating is limited and is on a first come-first served basis.
  • The PCTI School of Communication Arts presents the 2018 student Art Show. This year’s show will be held right here on the beautiful PCTI campus in the Athletic Center on Wednesday, May 30th, at 6PM to 8PM. Come see the next generation of ultra-talented artists, designers and content creators as they celebrate their works with some live music, food and refreshments. This year’s theme is #PCTIcreates. Be sure to check the hashtag daily for a sneak peak of some truly amazing works!
  • Attention Class of 2020 we are SOLD OUT of rice krispies. Monies for rounds 1 and 2 are due NOW to avoid an obligation. Thank you for being responsible.
  • On Thursday, May 24th, The PCTI Concert Band and the PCTI Jazz Band will present their annual Spring Band Concert. The students will be performing music from a variety of styles within the Classical and Jazz Genres. The concert will feature everything from traditional band marches and Oscar winning musical scores to Swing Jazz and the Blues. The Spring Band Concert will be held in the auditorium and will start at 7pm. Admission is free.
  • Fall JV and Varsity cheer tryouts will be Tuesday 5/29 and Wednesday 5/30 from 3-5 upstairs in the AC. You must have a physical into the nurse before Friday 5/25 to tryout.
  • On Tuesday, June 5th, the Sophomore Theatre company will present "Metamorphoses" based on the stories of Ovid. Please see Mr. Smith for more information. Seating is on a first come-first served basis and seating is limited.
  • All NJROTC cadets Report to your regularly assigned classroom today, there is no Physical training.
  • Attention Freshmen Bulldogs, Friday is Spirit Day. Come and buy your t-shirt in the C-Wing Library. Cost is $10.00.
  • On Tuesday evening, The Vocal Program had their 4th annual Spring Concert! On behalf of the program Mr. Martinez would like to thank Diana Lobosco and Dr. Parent for believing in the Arts. Freshman Instrumental Student and Alumni Brianne Robles and Brandon Robles. Mr. Mendez, Mr. Rosa, Sound and Lighting crew : Eddie and Ruy. The Dance instructors Mrs. Ackerman and Mrs. Rossi and the Dance program, It is always an honor to work with you. Tenaya Bascomb and Supervisor Mrs.Holman for sharing your time and efforts to enhance the program. To the entire shop, I am so proud of you! Hard work pays off! To my seniors, Thank you for an amazing 4 years, it has been an honor to teach you and learn from you.
  • On Friday, June 8th at 3:15pm and 7:00pm the Senior Theatre Company will present the tragedy "Titus Andronicus" by William Shakespeare. For more information see Mr. Smith. Seating is on a first come-first served basis.
  • PCTI football practice and tryouts will begin on Monday June 11th. Only students with a valid physical or valid physical update, handed into the nurse, will be able to participate.
Wednesday, May 23
  • On June 6th and 7th at 3:15 in the Black Box Theater, the Drama Workshop will present "Park Land" based on an original play by senior Katy Prigue and featuring monologues written by the Drama Workshop Class. For more information see Mr. Smith. Seating is limited and is on a first come-first served basis.
  • The PCTI School of Communication Arts presents the 2018 student Art Show. This year’s show will be held right here on the beautiful PCTI campus in the Athletic Center on Wednesday, May 30th, at 6PM to 8PM. Come see the next generation of ultra-talented artists, designers and content creators as they celebrate their works with some live music, food and refreshments. This year’s theme is #PCTIcreates. Be sure to check the hashtag daily for a sneak peak of some truly amazing works!
  • Attention Class of 2020 we are SOLD OUT of rice krispies. Monies for rounds 1 and 2 are due NOW to avoid an obligation. Thank you for being responsible.
  • On Thursday, May 24th, The PCTI Concert Band and the PCTI Jazz Band will present their annual Spring Band Concert. The students will be performing music from a variety of styles within the Classical and Jazz Genres. The concert will feature everything from traditional band marches and Oscar winning musical scores to Swing Jazz and the Blues. The Spring Band Concert will be held in the auditorium and will start at 7pm. Admission is free.
  • Fall JV and Varsity cheer tryouts will be Tuesday 5/29 and Wednesday 5/30 from 3-5 upstairs in the AC. You must have a physical into the nurse before Friday 5/25 to tryout.
  • The Muslim Student Association will be meeting this Wednesday in Fx-135 from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM.
  • Attention all staff and students, today we welcome the Shakespeare Theatre of NJ for our Spring Shakespeare Theater Series. All senior and junior students will attend a performance of The Comedy of Errors in the auditorium. The senior performance will begin at 9:00 am and conclude by period 3. The junior performance will begin at approximately 1:20 pm and run through period 9. Students will be dismissed for the day from the auditorium. An announcement will be made at 8:45 for all seniors to report to the auditorium, and another will be made at 1:10 for the juniors to report to the auditorium.
  • On Tuesday, June 5th, the Sophomore Theatre company will present "Metamorphoses" based on the stories of Ovid. Please see Mr. Smith for more information. Seating is on a first come-first served basis and seating is limited.
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Baseball (M)
    Opponent: Hackensack
    Location: Home
    Score: 4 (PCTI) vs. 2 (Opponent)
    Coach Robert Nutile provided the following additional notes: Congratulations to the varsity baseball team on their 4-2 first round state playoff game over Hackensack. The bulldogs got another outstanding pitching effort from senior Marcus Eusebio. Marcus improved his record to 7 and 1 on the year and recorded his 64th strikeout in 44 innings. The lineup took care of business with Christian Silfa adding two hits with 1 RBI and Isaias Guzman and Lee Montesino each had an RBI. Thank you to all the students and teachers that were at yesterday's game. The bulldogs will be home on Thursday vs. North Bergen at 4:00 at Bulldog Stadium. Please come out and support them.
Tuesday, May 22
  • The PCTI School of Communication Arts presents the 2018 student Art Show. This year’s show will be held right here on the beautiful PCTI campus in the Athletic Center on Wednesday, May 30th, at 6PM to 8PM. Come see the next generation of ultra-talented artists, designers and content creators as they celebrate their works with some live music, food and refreshments. This year’s theme is #PCTIcreates. Be sure to check the hashtag daily for a sneak peak of some truly amazing works!
  • On Tuesday May 22nd, The Vocal Program will present their Spring Concert, Journey. It will feature The Dance Program. It will be a night of singing, dancing, and a musical “journey” through various genres. We will also be honoring the first ever Graduating Vocal class. Admission is free! Come out and enjoy a beautiful night of Art.
  • Attention Class of 2020 we are SOLD OUT of rice krispies. Monies for rounds 1 and 2 are due NOW to avoid an obligation. Thank you for being responsible.
  • On Thursday, May 24th, The PCTI Concert Band and the PCTI Jazz Band will present their annual Spring Band Concert. The students will be performing music from a variety of styles within the Classical and Jazz Genres. The concert will feature everything from traditional band marches and Oscar winning musical scores to Swing Jazz and the Blues. The Spring Band Concert will be held in the auditorium and will start at 7pm. Admission is free.
  • There will be NO Meeting of the Christian Student Association on Tuesday. Meetings will resume next week.
  • Congratulations to the following varsity baseball players on their outstanding achievement on being selected to the All County baseball team. First team All County goes to senior pitcher Marcus Eusebio, Senior Outfielder Arbert Cipion and Senior Third baseman Isaias Guzman. All three were unanimous selections. The following players voted second team all county are senior catcher Alis Polanco and junior pitcher Anthony DiBrino. Honorable Mention goes to senior second baseman Wildert Arias and senior pitcher Tim Pena. Congratulations once again on your outstanding accomplishment.
  • We would like to congratulate two students in the dance department. Nicole Wich and Malcolm Young have been selected to receive the Governor's Award for Artistic Excellence and Leadership in Dance on May 22nd at the Trenton War Memorial.
  • We would like to thank all our students and staff who participated in making this year's HOSA Community Blood Drive a great success. In addition, a special thank you goes out to Mrs. Jeannie Holman, Mrs. Miriam Chacon, Mrs. Leonor Ambrose, Mr. Bill Vacca and our Maintenance Staff for all their help and support.
  • Fall JV and Varsity cheer tryouts will be Tuesday 5/29 and Wednesday 5/30 from 3-5 upstairs in the AC. You must have a physical into the nurse before Friday 5/25 to tryout.
  • The Muslim Student Association will be meeting this Wednesday in Fx-135 from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM.
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Baseball (M)
    Opponent: Hackensack
    Location: Home
    Score: 4 (PCTI) vs. 2 (Opponent)
    Coach Robert Nutile provided the following additional notes: Congratulations to the varsity baseball team on their 4-2 first round state playoff game over Hackensack. The bulldogs got another outstanding pitching effort from senior Marcus Eusebio. Marcus improved his record to 7 and 1 on the year and recorded his 64th strikeout in 44 innings. The lineup took care of business with Christian Silfa adding two hits with 1 RBI and Isaias Guzman and Lee Montesino each had an RBI. Thank you to all the students and teachers that were at yesterday's game. The bulldogs will be home on Thursday vs. North Bergen at 4:00 at Bulldog Stadium. Please come out and support them.
Monday, May 21
  • The PCTI School of Communication Arts presents the 2018 student Art Show. This year’s show will be held right here on the beautiful PCTI campus in the Athletic Center on Wednesday, May 30th, at 6PM to 8PM. Come see the next generation of ultra-talented artists, designers and content creators as they celebrate their works with some live music, food and refreshments. This year’s theme is #PCTIcreates. Be sure to check the hashtag daily for a sneak peak of some truly amazing works!
  • On Tuesday May 22nd, The Vocal Program will present their Spring Concert, Journey. It will feature The Dance Program. It will be a night of singing, dancing, and a musical “journey” through various genres. We will also be honoring the first ever Graduating Vocal class. Admission is free! Come out and enjoy a beautiful night of Art.
  • ASL Jam is fast approaching! ASL Jam "A Sign of Hope" will take place Wed May 23rd and 24th with shows at 3:15 and 6pm. See Mrs. Martin or Ms. Nicosia in C202 for free tickets. Come enjoy a night of sign language and song performed my our amazing students.
  • Attention Class of 2020 we are SOLD OUT of rice krispies. Monies for rounds 1 and 2 are due NOW to avoid an obligation. Thank you for being responsible.
  • On Thursday, May 24th, The PCTI Concert Band and the PCTI Jazz Band will present their annual Spring Band Concert. The students will be performing music from a variety of styles within the Classical and Jazz Genres. The concert will feature everything from traditional band marches and Oscar winning musical scores to Swing Jazz and the Blues. The Spring Band Concert will be held in the auditorium and will start at 7pm. Admission is free.
  • Attention Class of 2020: This is your LAST fundraising opportunity for this year! Make sure you pick up rice krispies to sell from Mrs. Bascomb. We are almost sold out.....dont' procrastinate. Questions see an advisor for details.
  • Congratulations to TI@ti members who participated in the Passaic County Teen Summit “Leading the Way: Teens Take Action Through the Arts” on Friday. They competed against 18 schools in Passaic County and won first place for their "One is All it Takes" video which many of you saw at our annual Wellness Day and class meetings. As a result, they won a cash reward and their video will appear at the Wayne AMC theater in June and July! Special thanks to Tiffany Cano from Video Production and Ms. Lazarski for providing their expertise and talent.
  • There will be NO Meeting of the Christian Student Association on Tuesday. Meetings will resume next week.
Friday, May 18
  • Congratulations and job well done to the Junior Theater Company on a fantastic Showcase last night in the black box theater! Stand up and take a bow!
  • The PCTI School of Communication Arts presents the 2018 student Art Show. This year’s show will be held right here on the beautiful PCTI campus in the Athletic Center on Wednesday, May 30th, at 6PM to 8PM. Come see the next generation of ultra-talented artists, designers and content creators as they celebrate their works with some live music, food and refreshments. This year’s theme is #PCTIcreates. Be sure to check the hashtag daily for a sneak peak of some truly amazing works!
  • The School of Performing Arts will present the annual Spring Dance Concert on Thursday, May 17th and Friday, May 18th at 7:00pm in the auditorium. The concert will feature work by student, faculty, and guest choreographers. Admission is free.
  • On Tuesday May 22nd, The Vocal Program will present their Spring Concert, Journey. It will feature The Dance Program. It will be a night of singing, dancing, and a musical “journey” through various genres. We will also be honoring the first ever Graduating Vocal class. Admission is free! Come out and enjoy a beautiful night of Art.
  • ASL Jam is fast approaching! ASL Jam "A Sign of Hope" will take place Wed May 23rd and 24th with shows at 3:15 and 6pm. See Mrs. Martin or Ms. Nicosia in C202 for free tickets. Come enjoy a night of sign language and song performed my our amazing students.
  • Congratulations to the boys Volleyball team on their end of the season Awards.
    2nd team all county Kavon Smith-Pough
    Honorable mention all county Dimitri Stewart Sean Lampe
    1st team all league Kavon Smith-Pough
    Dimitri Stewart
    2nd team all league
    Noah Carlino
    Daniel Rooney
    Honorable mention all league
    Aman Nitro
  • Congratulations to the newest members of the National Honor Society of Dance Arts: Alyssa Colon, Briana Izquierdo, Harley Lacardo, Jessica Lichansky, Aalayah Montgomery, Jamell Rodriguez and Ciara Vargas. If you missed the fantastic dance concert last night, you can still see the show tonight at 7pm.
  • Today is the Annual HOSA Community Blood Drive. Please report to the AC at your scheduled time. Staff, please report at the beginning of your Prep Period or Lunch Period and students report only if you have returned your permission slip and received a written or electronic pass. Remember to eat and hydrate before donating! Thank you again for your continued support!
  • Attention Class of 2020 we are SOLD OUT of rice krispies. Monies for rounds 1 and 2 are due NOW to avoid an obligation. Thank you for being responsible.
  • On Thursday, May 24th, The PCTI Concert Band and the PCTI Jazz Band will present their annual Spring Band Concert. The students will be performing music from a variety of styles within the Classical and Jazz Genres. The concert will feature everything from traditional band marches and Oscar winning musical scores to Swing Jazz and the Blues. The Spring Band Concert will be held in the auditorium and will start at 7pm. Admission is free.
  • Attention Class of 2020: This is your LAST fundraising opportunity for this year! Make sure you pick up rice krispies to sell from Mrs. Bascomb. We are almost sold out.....dont' procrastinate. Questions see an advisor for details.
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Baseball (M)
    Opponent: Bergen Tech
    Location: Home
    Score: 11 (PCTI) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Coach Robert Nutile provided the following additional notes: Congratulations to the varsity baseball team on their 11-0 semi final vo-tech win over Bergen Tech yesterday at Bulldog Stadium. The team got another outstanding pitching performance from Marcus Eusebio. Marcus pitched 4 perfect innings and improved his record to 6-1 on the season. The Bulldog lineup was relentless pounding out 11 hits and Catcher Alis Polanco went 3 for 3 with 3 RBI and Christian Silfa added to the lead with a three run home run. The Bulldogs will be home at Bulldog Stadium at 4:00 on Monday vs. Hackensack in the opening round of the NJSIA state playoffs.
Thursday, May 17
  • The PCTI School of Communication Arts presents the 2018 student Art Show. This year’s show will be held right here on the beautiful PCTI campus in the Athletic Center on Wednesday, May 30th, at 6PM to 8PM. Come see the next generation of ultra-talented artists, designers and content creators as they celebrate their works with some live music, food and refreshments. This year’s theme is #PCTIcreates. Be sure to check the hashtag daily for a sneak peak of some truly amazing works!
  • The School of Performing Arts will present the annual Spring Dance Concert on Thursday, May 17th and Friday, May 18th at 7:00pm in the auditorium. The concert will feature work by student, faculty, and guest choreographers. Admission is free.
  • On Tuesday May 22nd, The Vocal Program will present their Spring Concert, Journey. It will feature The Dance Program. It will be a night of singing, dancing, and a musical “journey” through various genres. We will also be honoring the first ever Graduating Vocal class. Admission is free! Come out and enjoy a beautiful night of Art.
  • ASL Jam is fast approaching! ASL Jam "A Sign of Hope" will take place Wed May 23rd and 24th with shows at 3:15 and 6pm. See Mrs. Martin or Ms. Nicosia in C202 for free tickets. Come enjoy a night of sign language and song performed my our amazing students.
  • Come see the Junior Theater Company perform a showcase of scenes, songs and everything in between! Thursday May 17th 3:15 & 7:00 PM In the black box theater, see Mrs. Quinn for information.
  • To all students and staff members that signed-up for the HOSA Community Blood Drive, this is a reminder that it will take place tomorrow in the Athletic Center. Please come at your scheduled time. Only those students who returned their permission slip and received their pass will be eligible to donate. Remember to eat something and hydrate prior to donating. Thank you for your support!
Wednesday, May 16
  • The PCTI School of Communication Arts presents the 2018 student Art Show. This year’s show will be held right here on the beautiful PCTI campus in the Athletic Center on Wednesday, May 30th, at 6PM to 8PM. Come see the next generation of ultra-talented artists, designers and content creators as they celebrate their works with some live music, food and refreshments. This year’s theme is #PCTIcreates. Be sure to check the hashtag daily for a sneak peak of some truly amazing works!
  • The School of Performing Arts will present the annual Spring Dance Concert on Thursday, May 17th and Friday, May 18th at 7:00pm in the auditorium. The concert will feature work by student, faculty, and guest choreographers. Admission is free.
  • Class of 2021 - T-shirts are in! Please see Ms. M. in the C-wing library to get yours. They are selling fast. The cost is $10.
  • On Tuesday May 22nd, The Vocal Program will present their Spring Concert, Journey. It will feature The Dance Program. It will be a night of singing, dancing, and a musical “journey” through various genres. We will also be honoring the first ever Graduating Vocal class. Admission is free! Come out and enjoy a beautiful night of Art.
  • ASL Jam is fast approaching! ASL Jam "A Sign of Hope" will take place Wed May 23rd and 24th with shows at 3:15 and 6pm. See Mrs. Martin or Ms. Nicosia in C202 for free tickets. Come enjoy a night of sign language and song performed my our amazing students.
  • Come see the Junior Theater Company perform a showcase of scenes, songs and everything in between! Thursday May 17th 3:15 & 7:00 PM In the black box theater, see Mrs. Quinn for information.
Game Results
  • Team: Freshman Baseball (M)
    Opponent: Rutherford
    Location: Away
    Score: 0 (PCTI) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Coach Michael Petruccelli provided the following additional notes: The freshmen baseball team plays its final home game today at 4pm... The Freshmen Bulldogs have had a successful year, as they are 12-3 and are riding a 6-game winning streak. Come watch the bright future of PCTI baseball today at 4pm on the baseball field.
  • Team: Varsity Boys Golf (M)
    Opponent: Group IV States
    Location: Away
    Score: 370 (PCTI) vs. 346 (Opponent)
    Coach Patrick Lawler provided the following additional notes: Congratulations to the boys' golf team who finished 3rd in the North 1 Group IV state tournament yesterday. The low score was Titus Matthews's 81, which placed 10th for both north sections of the Group IV. Also contributing was Chris Zaleski, VInny Bellomo, Matvey Pangan and Hunter Ziegler. They are back in action today versus Wayne Hills. Go Bulldogs.
Tuesday, May 15
  • The PCTI School of Communication Arts presents the 2018 student Art Show. This year’s show will be held right here on the beautiful PCTI campus in the Athletic Center on Wednesday, May 30th, at 6PM to 8PM. Come see the next generation of ultra-talented artists, designers and content creators as they celebrate their works with some live music, food and refreshments. This year’s theme is #PCTIcreates. Be sure to check the hashtag daily for a sneak peak of some truly amazing works!
  • The School of Performing Arts will present the annual Spring Dance Concert on Thursday, May 17th and Friday, May 18th at 7:00pm in the auditorium. The concert will feature work by student, faculty, and guest choreographers. Admission is free.
  • Class of 2021 - T-shirts are in! Please see Ms. M. in the C-wing library to get yours. They are selling fast. The cost is $10.
  • Congratulations to Nancy Habib for crushing the school record for the mile by 7 seconds. Nancy ran a time of 5 minutes and 1 second! Great job Nancy!
  • There will be a meeting of the Christian Student Association today at 3:15P in F127.
Game Results
  • Team: JV Volleyball (M)
    Opponent: Teaneck
    Location: Home
    Score: 2 (PCTI) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Coach Mark Phillips provided the following additional notes: The JV Boys Volleyball team defeated Teaneck in 2 straight games to wrap up their season with 14 wins and 2 loses.
  • Team: Varsity Golf (F)
    Opponent: Ramapo and West Milford
    Location: Away
    Score: 224 (PCTI) vs. 231 (Opponent)
    Coach Brian Lawshe provided the following additional notes: The girls golf team improved their record to 8-7 on the season by defeating Ramapo and West Milford in a tri-match at Bowling Green Golf Course. The lady bulldogs were led by Abigail Haven who had a low of 42 and got key contributions from Salma Aburoumi, Avani Chandratre, Jaylynn Czornomor and Rosymar Perez to secure the wins. The girls will have their final match Wednesday followed by the girls county tournament Thursday.
Monday, May 14
  • The PCTI School of Communication Arts presents the 2018 student Art Show. This year’s show will be held right here on the beautiful PCTI campus in the Athletic Center on Wednesday, May 30th, at 6PM to 8PM. Come see the next generation of ultra-talented artists, designers and content creators as they celebrate their works with some live music, food and refreshments. This year’s theme is #PCTIcreates. Be sure to check the hashtag daily for a sneak peak of some truly amazing works!
  • The School of Performing Arts will present the annual Spring Dance Concert on Thursday, May 17th and Friday, May 18th at 7:00pm in the auditorium. The concert will feature work by student, faculty, and guest choreographers. Admission is free.
  • Class of 2021 - T-shirts are in! Please see Ms. M. in the C-wing library to get yours. They are selling fast. The cost is $10.
  • Attention all girls interested in playing tennis in the fall, there will be an important meeting on Monday, May 14th in the Rocco Café directly after school.
  • Mrs. Martin, Ms. Nicosia and the entire Sign Language Club are THRILLED to announce that in the ASLTA National ASL Literature competition which involved high schools and colleges from 17 schools across the country, we had 11 PCTI students make it to the finals!! Two PCTI students placed:
    Lisanna Fermin placed 2nd
    Leticia Sanchez placed 3rd
    Ms. Nicosia and I are so proud of them!
  • ROTC would like to thank all faculty, staff members and students for their participation in the fundraiser, "Jeans for G.I. JOES." The event raised over $1,000 and will benefit our Veterans through the Wounded Warrior Foundation.
  • We would like to thank all the participants in this year's PCTI "Got Talent" Show. Our winners are: Rap: 1st Place winner - Shaheem Maple, Second place winner - Aldo Bello. Spoken Word: 1st place winner - Ahmad Kasib, second place - Mailynn Olivero. Singing: 1st Place Winner - Gabrielle Mills, second place - Daphnet Paulino. Dance: 1st Place Winners - Keana Combs & Tamere Chambers, second place - Brealyn Vazquez & Nicole Arakaki.
Game Results
  • Team: Freshman Softball (F)
    Opponent: Wayne Valley
    Location: Away
    Score: 17 (PCTI) vs. 1 (Opponent)
    Coach Halbach provided the following additional notes: The PCTI lady bulldog freshman softball team gained their 14th victory against 4 losses with a 17 to 1 victory over Wayne Valley Friday. Tea Rufino earned her 14th victory striking out 7 in 4 innings and Alana Roberts, Paige Traynor, Jadaih Crespo and Morgan Vanak led the offense with 2 hits each.
Friday, May 11
  • “PCTI’s Got Talent Show tickets are now on sale. Please see Mrs. Bascomb or Mr. De Vore to purchase them. Tickets are $5. You don’t want to miss this year’s awesome line up of talent.
  • Boy's Soccer will be holding tryouts for next season June 12th, 13th and 14th. Please see Coaches Foti, Klein, Bellet or Kearny for tryout forms. You must have a current physical to tryout. No physical, No Play!
  • Fall Varsity and JV cheer tryouts will be May 29 & May 30 from 3-5. You must have a physical into the nurse before May 28. Make sure you are cleared by a nurse before you come to tryouts. All tryout information can be found on the school athletics website. If you have more questions email or see Ms. Dowling in FX 232.
  • The PCTI softball program encourages everyone to come out and support our seniors today on "Senior Day." Come enjoy the beautiful weather and help us celebrate the careers of T, Sam, Leila, Little J, Maryann, Liz, Cinco and Lefty as they battle Wayne Valley at 4:00.
  • The PCTI School of Communication Arts presents the 2018 student Art Show. This year’s show will be held right here on the beautiful PCTI campus in the Athletic Center on Wednesday, May 30th, at 6PM to 8PM. Come see the next generation of ultra-talented artists, designers and content creators as they celebrate their works with some live music, food and refreshments. This year’s theme is #PCTIcreates. Be sure to check the hashtag daily for a sneak peak of some truly amazing works!
  • The School of Performing Arts will present the annual Spring Dance Concert on Thursday, May 17th and Friday, May 18th at 7:00pm in the auditorium. The concert will feature work by student, faculty, and guest choreographers. Admission is free.
  • Class of 2021 - T-shirts are in! Please see Ms. M. in the C-wing library to get yours. They are selling fast. The cost is $10.
  • Attention all girls interested in playing tennis in the fall, there will be an important meeting on Monday, May 14th in the Rocco Café directly after school.
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Boys Golf (M)
    Opponent: BNC Tournament
    Location: Away
    Score: 346 (PCTI) vs. 324 (Opponent)
    Coach Patrick Lawler provided the following additional notes: Congrats to the boys golf team who won the divisional tournament and placed 3rd overall in the big north conference tournament. Low scores were Titus Matthews 74 (finished 2nd for whole event), Vinny Bellomo 90, Chris Zaleski 91 Matvey Pangan 91. Titus's second place 74 was a school record. Go bulldogs.
Thursday, May 10
  • “PCTI’s Got Talent Show tickets are now on sale. Please see Mrs. Bascomb or Mr. De Vore to purchase them. Tickets are $5. You don’t want to miss this year’s awesome line up of talent.
  • Boy's Soccer will be holding tryouts for next season June 12th, 13th and 14th. Please see Coaches Foti, Klein, Bellet or Kearny for tryout forms. You must have a current physical to tryout. No physical, No Play!
  • Fall Varsity and JV cheer tryouts will be May 29 & May 30 from 3-5. You must have a physical into the nurse before May 28. Make sure you are cleared by a nurse before you come to tryouts. All tryout information can be found on the school athletics website. If you have more questions email or see Ms. Dowling in FX 232.
  • Attention Juniors we will be holding a Dues Drive this Thursday, May 10th. Your advisors will be in the upper lobby outside the auditorium ALL DAY to collect any amount you would like to contribute to your dues. Remember dues are $60 and must be paid by everyone. This is your chance to pay down that amount. Cash or checks are accepted.
  • The NJROTC is hosting a Jeans Day - "Blue Jeans for G.I. Joes", Friday 11 May with the proceeds going to the Wounded Warrior Project. $1 for students, $5 for Faculty & Staff. See the signs posted around the school and see the usual list of collectors and any of the NJROTC Instructors to make your donation.
  • Students who are in ASL Jam practice will take Wed and Thurs of this week in c202. See Mrs. Martin with questions.
  • Attention all girls interested in playing tennis in the fall, there will be a meeting on Tuesday, May 15th in the Rocco Café directly after school. All girls interested in playing tennis should attend this meeting.
Game Results
  • Team: JV Volleyball (M)
    Opponent: Passaic Valley
    Location: Home
    Score: 2 (PCTI) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Coach Msrk Phillips provided the following additional notes: The JV Boys Volleyball Team beat Passaic Valley in 2 straight games to improve to 13 wins and 1 lose.
  • Team: Varsity Baseball (M)
    Opponent: Fair Lawn
    Location: Away
    Score: 8 (PCTI) vs. 2 (Opponent)
    Coach Robert Nutile provided the following additional notes: Congratulations to the varsity baseball team on their 8-2 win over Fair Lawn yesterday. Anthony pitched another great game and Chrisrian Silfa, Marcus Eusebio, Alis Polancli and Brandon Chmiel all had 2 hits. The team improved their record to 15-3 on the season.
  • Team: Varsity volleyball (M)
    Opponent: Passaic Valley
    Location: Home
    Score: 2 (PCTI) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Coach A. Rosa provided the following additional notes: Congratulations to the Boys' Varsity Volleyball team on beating Passaic Valley 2 games to 0. Senior Theo Kadela lead the team with 4 kills. JP Torres added 2 kills. Dimitri Stewart also had 3 kills. Junior Noah Carlino had 5 assists.
Wednesday, May 9
  • “PCTI’s Got Talent Show tickets are now on sale. Please see Mrs. Bascomb or Mr. De Vore to purchase them. Tickets are $5. You don’t want to miss this year’s awesome line up of talent.
  • Boy's Soccer will be holding tryouts for next season June 12th, 13th and 14th. Please see Coaches Foti, Klein, Bellet or Kearny for tryout forms. You must have a current physical to tryout. No physical, No Play!
  • Fall Varsity and JV cheer tryouts will be May 29 & May 30 from 3-5. You must have a physical into the nurse before May 28. Make sure you are cleared by a nurse before you come to tryouts. All tryout information can be found on the school athletics website. If you have more questions email or see Ms. Dowling in FX 232.
  • Attention Juniors we will be holding a Dues Drive this Thursday, May 10th. Your advisors will be in the upper lobby outside the auditorium ALL DAY to collect any amount you would like to contribute to your dues. Remember dues are $60 and must be paid by everyone. This is your chance to pay down that amount. Cash or checks are accepted.
  • The NJROTC is hosting a Jeans Day - "Blue Jeans for G.I. Joes", Friday 11 May with the proceeds going to the Wounded Warrior Project. $1 for students, $5 for Faculty & Staff. See the signs posted around the school and see the usual list of collectors and any of the NJROTC Instructors to make your donation.
  • Mr. Pettineo will not be available for Academic Assistance on May 8th or May 9th.
  • The ERASE organization wants to thank the hundred plus students and staff that participated in the Asian Pacific Heritage Celebration and Assembly this year. This successful event displayed the beautiful culture, heritage, and traditions of our Asian Pacific students and faculty. In addition, ERASE thanks all the teachers that chaperoned during this event and the many rehearsals to prepare for the show.
  • Students who are in ASL Jam practice will take Wed and Thurs of this week in c202. See Mrs. Martin with questions.
Game Results
  • Team: JV tennis (M)
    Opponent: Passaic
    Location: Away
    Score: 4 (PCTI) vs. 1 (Opponent)
    Coach Tom Bove provided the following additional notes: Congratulations to the Boys JV tennis team ending their season with a 4-1 victory over Passaic. The boys finished the season with a 4-4 record.
  • Team: JV Volleyball (M)
    Opponent: Eastside
    Location: Home
    Score: 2 (PCTI) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Coach Mark Phillips provided the following additional notes: The JV Boys Volleyball Team defeated Eastside in 2 straight game to improve their record to 12 wins and 1 lose.
  • Team: Varsity Boys' Golf (M)
    Opponent: Kennedy
    Location: Home
    Score: 163 (PCTI) vs. 262 (Opponent)
    Coach Pat Lawler provided the following additional notes: Congrats to the boys golf team who clinched the Big North Liberty Division Championship yesterday by finishing first in Division Day. It is the Bulldogs first league tittle since 2016. Low scores of the day were Chris Zaleksi 38, Vinny Bellomo 40, Matvey Pangan 42 and Jon Safer career best 43. Go Bulldogs.
  • Team: Varsity Golf (F)
    Opponent: Paramus
    Location: Away
    Score: 218 (PCTI) vs. 218 (Opponent)
    Coach Brian Lawshe provided the following additional notes: The girls golf team improved their record to 5-6 with a win over Paramus yesterday at Paramus Golf Course. The bulldogs were led by Abigail Haven with a 46 and got contributions from Avani Chandratre, Jaylynn Czornmor, Salma Aburoumi, Jayla Brown and Kimberly Figueroa to secure the win. The girls will take on Wayne Valley today at Preakness Valley golf course.
  • Team: Varsity Volleyball (M)
    Opponent: Eastside
    Location: Home
    Score: 2 (PCTI) vs. 1 (Opponent)
    Coach Alberto Rosa provided the following additional notes: Congratulations to the Boys' Volleyball team on their win against Eastside in 3 Sets. Dimitri Stewart led the way with 6 kills and 3 blocks. Many players contributed including Sean Lampe, Noah Carlino, Kavon Smith, Daniel Rooney, and Aman Nitro. We also had some big time digs by Michael Medina and Matt Rivera. Come and support the team Today against Passaic Valley in the Athletic Center at 4:00.
Tuesday, May 8
  • Attention All Staff, Support the PTSO Senior Scholarship Fund by participating in a 50/50 Raffle May Madness. Winner(s) receive 50% of the total amount collected. The drawing will be held here, on May 8, 2018 at 6:30 pm in the PTSO meeting. Tickets are only $5.00 and your participation helps to provide Scholarships for our Seniors! Please show your support! You may see the following staff members for tickets: Judith Scott- Guidance Office Marlene Mora – H-33 Gail McGeady – Rocco Bldg. Joaquim Johnson FX2 -wing (by Science Lab) Barbara Moschetta FX2- wing ( by old F-wing) and Melissa Cunnningham Main Office.
  • “PCTI’s Got Talent Show tickets are now on sale. Please see Mrs. Bascomb or Mr. De Vore to purchase them. Tickets are $5. You don’t want to miss this year’s awesome line up of talent.
  • Boy's Soccer will be holding tryouts for next season June 12th, 13th and 14th. Please see Coaches Foti, Klein, Bellet or Kearny for tryout forms. You must have a current physical to tryout. No physical, No Play!
  • Fall Varsity and JV cheer tryouts will be May 29 & May 30 from 3-5. You must have a physical into the nurse before May 28. Make sure you are cleared by a nurse before you come to tryouts. All tryout information can be found on the school athletics website. If you have more questions email or see Ms. Dowling in FX 232.
  • Attention Juniors we will be holding a Dues Drive this Thursday, May 10th. Your advisors will be in the upper lobby outside the auditorium ALL DAY to collect any amount you would like to contribute to your dues. Remember dues are $60 and must be paid by everyone. This is your chance to pay down that amount. Cash or checks are accepted.
  • The NJROTC is hosting a Jeans Day - "Blue Jeans for G.I. Joes", Friday 11 May with the proceeds going to the Wounded Warrior Project. $1 for students, $5 for Faculty & Staff. See the signs posted around the school and see the usual list of collectors and any of the NJROTC Instructors to make your donation.
  • There will be a meeting of the Christian Student Association today at 3:15PM in F-127.
  • To all students who signed up for the HOSA Blood Drive on May 18, 2018. You must turn-in your signed permission slip and pick-up your pass no later than Wednesday May 9, 2018 to one of the HOSA Advisors. If you do not pick-up your pass by Wednesday, your slot will be reassigned.
  • Mr. Pettineo will not be available for Academic Assistance on May 8th or May 9th.
Game Results
  • Team: Freshman Softball (F)
    Opponent: Fair Lawn
    Location: Away
    Score: 15 (PCTI) vs. 3 (Opponent)
    Coach Halbach provided the following additional notes: In Freshman softball The PCTI lady bulldogs gained their 13 victory against 3 losses with a 15 to 3 victory over Fair lawn Monday. Alana Roberts had 2 hits and 3 runs scored and Morgan Vanak added a triple and 4 RBI to lead the offense. Serenity Hill and Jaidah Crespo led the defensive effort.
  • Team: Varsity Boys' Golf (M)
    Opponent: Bergen Tech
    Location: Away
    Score: 183 (PCTI) vs. 184 (Opponent)
    Coach Patrick Lawler provided the following additional notes: Congratulations to the boys golf team who defeated Bergen Tech yesterday 183-184. Low scores were Titus Matthews 37 and Vinny Bellomo with 47. The key moment came when Przemyslaw Juniewicz hit a phenomenal chip shot from the trees onto the green 12 ft away and then sunk the putt for the one stroke victory. With the win the bulldogs take a two game in the league. Go Bulldogs.
  • Team: Varsity Softball (F)
    Opponent: Fair Lawn
    Location: Home
    Score: 2 (PCTI) vs. 1 (Opponent)
    Coach Mike Boorman provided the following additional notes: Congratulations to the varsity softball team for improving their record to 11-8 with an impressive 2-1 win over Fair Lawn yesterday. Liz Fernandez pitched 7 outstanding innings scattering 5 hits and zero earned runs. Freshmen Daniela Vidal, Abigail Castro and Jessica Gonzales supplied the offense.
Monday, May 7
  • Attention All Staff, Support the PTSO Senior Scholarship Fund by participating in a 50/50 Raffle May Madness. Winner(s) receive 50% of the total amount collected. The drawing will be held here, on May 8, 2018 at 6:30 pm in the PTSO meeting. Tickets are only $5.00 and your participation helps to provide Scholarships for our Seniors! Please show your support! You may see the following staff members for tickets: Judith Scott- Guidance Office Marlene Mora – H-33 Gail McGeady – Rocco Bldg. Joaquim Johnson FX2 -wing (by Science Lab) Barbara Moschetta FX2- wing ( by old F-wing) and Melissa Cunnningham Main Office.
  • “PCTI’s Got Talent Show tickets are now on sale. Please see Mrs. Bascomb or Mr. De Vore to purchase them. Tickets are $5. You don’t want to miss this year’s awesome line up of talent.
  • Boy's Soccer will be holding tryouts for next season June 12th, 13th and 14th. Please see Coaches Foti, Klein, Bellet or Kearny for tryout forms. You must have a current physical to tryout. No physical, No Play!
  • Fall Varsity and JV cheer tryouts will be May 29 & May 30 from 3-5. You must have a physical into the nurse before May 28. Make sure you are cleared by a nurse before you come to tryouts. All tryout information can be found on the school athletics website. If you have more questions email or see Ms. Dowling in FX 232.
  • The NJROTC is hosting a Jeans Day - "Blue Jeans for G.I. Joes", Friday 11 May with the proceeds going to the Wounded Warrior Project. $1 for students, $5 for Faculty & Staff. See the signs posted around the school and see the usual list of collectors and any of the NJROTC Instructors to make your donation.
Game Results
  • Team: Freshman Softball (F)
    Opponent: Nutley
    Location: Home
    Score: 19 (PCTI) vs. 8 (Opponent)
    Coach Halbach provided the following additional notes: The PCTI Lady Bulldog freshman softball team raised their record to 12 wins and 3 losses with a 19 to 8 victory over Nutley on friday. Adriana Hortas led the offense with 3 hits 2 home runs and 5 RBI. Tea Rufino Jaidah Crespo and Alana Roberts also hit home runs for the Bulldogs.
Friday, May 4
  • The class of 2018 and LEAP will be hosting a charity event on Friday, May 4th to raise money for Operation USA. This organization helps victims that are affected by natural disasters such as the past devastating hurricanes. Students and faculty can either purchase a t-shirt or pay $5 to wear jeans on May 4. We will be selling t-shirts in the lobby by the auditorium from Monday, April 30 to Friday, May 4 in the morning from 7:30 to 8:10am. Proceeds will go to Operation USA.
  • Attention All Staff, Support the PTSO Senior Scholarship Fund by participating in a 50/50 Raffle May Madness. Winner(s) receive 50% of the total amount collected. The drawing will be held here, on May 8, 2018 at 6:30 pm in the PTSO meeting. Tickets are only $5.00 and your participation helps to provide Scholarships for our Seniors! Please show your support! You may see the following staff members for tickets: Judith Scott- Guidance Office Marlene Mora – H-33 Gail McGeady – Rocco Bldg. Joaquim Johnson FX2 -wing (by Science Lab) Barbara Moschetta FX2- wing ( by old F-wing) and Melissa Cunnningham Main Office.
  • Come to the ASIAN PACIFIC Heritage Month Celebration Party on Friday, May 4, 2018 from 3:10 – 6:30 in Cafeteria #1. Enjoy food samples, music, and a fashion show representing this great region of the world! A donation of $5 is requested per ticket. Transportation will be provided. You may purchase the tickets from Mr. Díaz or Ms. Monica and many students participating the the Asian Heritage Pacific Celebration Party and Assembly this year!
  • “PCTI’s Got Talent Show tickets are now on sale. Please see Mrs. Bascomb or Mr. De Vore to purchase them. Tickets are $5. You don’t want to miss this year’s awesome line up of talent.
  • Attention all students attending the Asian-Pacific Heritage Celebration, including all student performers, you must go to your lockers and collect ALL of your belongings prior to coming to the Celebration. Once the celebration party ends at 6:30 PM, you WILL NOT permitted to roam around the school and go to your lockers to retrieve books, backpacks or any other things you may have left behind in the school.
  • Mrs. Martin is pleased to announce that 11 PCTI students have moved on to the finals in the ASLTA national ASL Literature competition! We are so proud of you all good luck! Winners will be announce May 11th. ASL Jam audition results are posted outside C202. Mrs. Martin and Ms. Nicosia were blown away by all the students who auditioned, truly impressive! Congrats to all who made it! ASL Jam is May 23rd and 24th in the Blackbox w/ student shows at 3pm and parent shows at 6 both days. See Mrs. Martin in C202 for free tickets next week.
Game Results
  • Team: JV tennis (M)
    Opponent: Passaic
    Location: Home
    Score: 5 (PCTI) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Coach Tom Bove provided the following additional notes: Congratulations to the boy's JV tennis team on there 5-0 victory over Passaic. The win improved the boy's record to 3 wins and 4 defeats.
  • Team: Varsity Baseball (M)
    Opponent: Bergen Tech
    Location: Home
    Score: 13 (PCTI) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Coach Robert Nutile provided the following additional notes: Congratulations to the varsity baseball team on their 13-0 win over Bergen Tech yesterday. The team got an outstanding pitching performance from Tim Pena who pitched 5 scoreless innings for the win. Arbert Cipion crushed a 2 run home run and Isaias Guzman hit a grand slam and had 5 RBI. The team is the 2018 Big North Liberty Champions. A special thanks to all the faculty that came out and supported them yesterday. The bulldogs will be home tomorrow at 2:00 vs. Passaic Valley in the Passaic County tournament quarterfinals.
  • Team: Varsity boys lacrosse (M)
    Opponent: Indian Hills
    Location: Away
    Score: 2 (PCTI) vs. 7 (Opponent)
    Coach Alter provided the following additional notes: Congrats to the boys JV team on its win over Indian Hills High School 5 to 0. Scoring for bulldogs was John Turkowski, Gabe Carnuccio, Grant Bushoven, Jason Hutcheson and Tucker Fredrickson. Laurel Sparks hosted the shut out in goal.
  • Team: Varsity Boys' Golf (M)
    Opponent: West Milford
    Location: Home
    Score: 187 (PCTI) vs. 195 (Opponent)
    Coach Patrick Lawler provided the following additional notes: Congrats to the boys golf team who defeated arch rivals West Milfrod yesterday by 8 shots. Low scores were Titus Matthews 43, Matvey Pangan 47, Vincent Bellomo 48 and Griffith Ungerleider 49. Go Bulldogs.
Thursday, May 3
  • The class of 2018 and LEAP will be hosting a charity event on Friday, May 4th to raise money for Operation USA. This organization helps victims that are affected by natural disasters such as the past devastating hurricanes. Students and faculty can either purchase a t-shirt or pay $5 to wear jeans on May 4. We will be selling t-shirts in the lobby by the auditorium from Monday, April 30 to Friday, May 4 in the morning from 7:30 to 8:10am. Proceeds will go to Operation USA.
  • Attention All Staff, Support the PTSO Senior Scholarship Fund by participating in a 50/50 Raffle May Madness. Winner(s) receive 50% of the total amount collected. The drawing will be held here, on May 8, 2018 at 6:30 pm in the PTSO meeting. Tickets are only $5.00 and your participation helps to provide Scholarships for our Seniors! Please show your support! You may see the following staff members for tickets: Judith Scott- Guidance Office Marlene Mora – H-33 Gail McGeady – Rocco Bldg. Joaquim Johnson FX2 -wing (by Science Lab) Barbara Moschetta FX2- wing ( by old F-wing) and Melissa Cunnningham Main Office.
  • Come to the ASIAN PACIFIC Heritage Month Celebration Party on Friday, May 4, 2018 from 3:10 – 6:30 in Cafeteria #1. Enjoy food samples, music, and a fashion show representing this great region of the world! A donation of $5 is requested per ticket. Transportation will be provided. You may purchase the tickets from Mr. Díaz or Ms. Monica and many students participating the the Asian Heritage Pacific Celebration Party and Assembly this year!
  • “PCTI’s Got Talent Show tickets are now on sale. Please see Mrs. Bascomb or Mr. De Vore to purchase them. Tickets are $5. You don’t want to miss this year’s awesome line up of talent.
  • Kudos to the PCTI Jazz Band. Last night the PCTI Jazz Band performed at Trumpets Jazz Club. The members of the band did an amazing job performing to a sold out audience. A special thank you goes out to all of the teachers, staff and administrators that attended last night’s performance at Trumpets Jazz Club. Congratulations again to the Jazz Band for last night’s outstanding performance.
Game Results
  • Team: Freshman Baseball (M)
    Opponent: Bergen Tech
    Location: Home
    Score: 11 (PCTI) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Coach Michael Petruccelli provided the following additional notes: Hats off to the Freshmen Baseball team. In the quarterfinals of the freshmen tournament this past Saturday, they took a 4-2 lead into the last inning on the strength of Zini Paso's big 2-run home run; but it wasn't enough as they lost in the last inning. They've responded this week with wins of 15-0 and 11-0, improving their record to 9-3. Come out and support your freshmen baseball Bulldogs during their next home game next Friday.
  • Team: Freshman Softball (F)
    Opponent: West Milford
    Location: Away
    Score: 16 (PCTI) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Coach Halbach provided the following additional notes: The PCTI lady Bulldog freshman softball team cruised to their 11th victory against 2 losses with a 16 to 0 victory over West Milford on wednsday. Tea Rufino pitched a 1 hit shutout with 5 strike outs and catcher Jaidah Crespo led the offense with 2 hits and 2 RBI,s.Morgan Vanak, Adriana Hortas and Rufino also had 2 hits each in the victory.
  • Team: JV Volleyball (M)
    Opponent: West Milford
    Location: Away
    Score: 2 (PCTI) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Coach Mark Phillips provided the following additional notes: The JV Boys Volleyball Team defeated West Milford in 2 games to improve to 11 wins and 0 losses.
  • Team: Varsity Golf (F)
    Opponent: Big North
    Location: Away
    Score: 306 (PCTI) vs. 10000 (Opponent)
    Coach Brian Lawshe provided the following additional notes: The girls golf team finished 4th in the Big North Conference cup yesterday at Valley Brook Golf course. Abigail Haven had a career low round of 83, finishing 9th overall in an 18 team field. Salma Aburoumi had a career low 9 holes with 50 on her front 9. Jaylynn Czornomor and Avani Chandratre made significant contributions and rounded out the scoring for the lady bulldogs.
  • Team: Varsity Volleyball (M)
    Opponent: West Milford
    Location: Home
    Score: 2 (PCTI) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Coach A. Rosa provided the following additional notes: Congratulations to the Boys' Varsity Volleyball team on beating West Milford 2 games to 0. Sophomore Aman Nitro lead the team with 5 kills for the win.
Wednesday, May 2
  • The class of 2018 and LEAP will be hosting a charity event on Friday, May 4th to raise money for Operation USA. This organization helps victims that are affected by natural disasters such as the past devastating hurricanes. Students and faculty can either purchase a t-shirt or pay $5 to wear jeans on May 4. We will be selling t-shirts in the lobby by the auditorium from Monday, April 30 to Friday, May 4 in the morning from 7:30 to 8:10am. Proceeds will go to Operation USA.
  • Attention PCTI our 2nd annual Charity day will be held on Wednesday, May 2. It will take place in the gymnasium and students will attend with their Phys Ed/ROTC classes. There will be 26 different charities represented this year, so we are very excited! Charity dollars can be purchased ahead of time in the lobby by the auditorium in the mornings or on the day of the event. Come on PCTI students and faculty let show these charities how much we care!
  • Attention All Staff, Support the PTSO Senior Scholarship Fund by participating in a 50/50 Raffle May Madness. Winner(s) receive 50% of the total amount collected. The drawing will be held here, on May 8, 2018 at 6:30 pm in the PTSO meeting. Tickets are only $5.00 and your participation helps to provide Scholarships for our Seniors! Please show your support! You may see the following staff members for tickets: Judith Scott- Guidance Office Marlene Mora – H-33 Gail McGeady – Rocco Bldg. Joaquim Johnson FX2 -wing (by Science Lab) Barbara Moschetta FX2- wing ( by old F-wing) and Melissa Cunnningham Main Office.
  • Come to the ASIAN PACIFIC Heritage Month Celebration Party on Friday, May 4, 2018 from 3:10 – 6:30 in Cafeteria #1. Enjoy food samples, music, and a fashion show representing this great region of the world! A donation of $5 is requested per ticket. Transportation will be provided. You may purchase the tickets from Mr. Díaz or Ms. Monica and many students participating the the Asian Heritage Pacific Celebration Party and Assembly this year!
  • “PCTI’s Got Talent Show tickets are now on sale. Please see Mrs. Bascomb or Mr. De Vore to purchase them. Tickets are $5. You don’t want to miss this year’s awesome line up of talent.
  • All NJROTC cadets meet their Instructors at the lobby by the main gym and auditorium today.
  • As you all know, Charity Day is today! This year ERASE is sponsoring the Doctors Without Borders charity. The goal for Doctors Without Borders is to provide emergency medical aid to individuals who cannot reach or obtain medical attention because their life is threatened by conflict, disaster, diseases, or exclusion from healthcare. Anyone who is in the greatest need of emergency care in a developing, war-torn country will receive the healthcare they deserve through the Doctors Without Borders charity.
  • No child should ever go to bed hungry! The NJFEA is partnering up with share our Strength. This is an organization that teaches low income families about nutrition, along with enrolling children into federal nutrition programs that provide them with food. We hope you join un is addressing hunger's root cause by stopping by our booth on charity day.
  • St. Jude Children's Research Hospital was founded in 1962 and is a pediatric treatment and research facility focused on children's catastrophic diseases. The hospital relies on your donations to provide advanced care at no cost to the patient being treated. Please come and support St. Jude at charity day!
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Lacrosse (F)
    Opponent: Eastern Christian
    Location: Home
    Score: 13 (PCTI) vs. 4 (Opponent)
    Coach Caitlin Kiernan provided the following additional notes: The girls varsity lacrosse team beat eastern Christian yesterday 13-4 in a league match! Goals were scored by Emily vandermay, Emily duval, Kylee Devries, Delia Fernandez, and Victoria Columna. Congrats on the win!
Tuesday, May 1
  • The class of 2018 and LEAP will be hosting a charity event on Friday, May 4th to raise money for Operation USA. This organization helps victims that are affected by natural disasters such as the past devastating hurricanes. Students and faculty can either purchase a t-shirt or pay $5 to wear jeans on May 4. We will be selling t-shirts in the lobby by the auditorium from Monday, April 30 to Friday, May 4 in the morning from 7:30 to 8:10am. Proceeds will go to Operation USA.
  • Attention PCTI our 2nd annual Charity day will be held on Wednesday, May 2. It will take place in the gymnasium and students will attend with their Phys Ed/ROTC classes. There will be 26 different charities represented this year, so we are very excited! Charity dollars can be purchased ahead of time in the lobby by the auditorium in the mornings or on the day of the event. Come on PCTI students and faculty let show these charities how much we care!
  • Attention PCTI students and faculty please come and support the Class of 2021 and Charity Day on May 2. We will be representing Today's Choice, a women's resource center. At Today's choice they care about how you are feeling and what is important in you life. Come support a great resource for our community.
  • Congratulations to Kayla Nelson who was named one of the top junior softball players in the state by NJ.com.....please go to NJ.com and click on high school sports and softball to vote for Kayla to be the #1 junior.
  • Attention All Staff, Support the PTSO Senior Scholarship Fund by participating in a 50/50 Raffle May Madness. Winner(s) receive 50% of the total amount collected. The drawing will be held here, on May 8, 2018 at 6:30 pm in the PTSO meeting. Tickets are only $5.00 and your participation helps to provide Scholarships for our Seniors! Please show your support! You may see the following staff members for tickets: Judith Scott- Guidance Office Marlene Mora – H-33 Gail McGeady – Rocco Bldg. Joaquim Johnson FX2 -wing (by Science Lab) Barbara Moschetta FX2- wing ( by old F-wing) and Melissa Cunnningham Main Office.
  • Come to the ASIAN PACIFIC Heritage Month Celebration Party on Friday, May 4, 2018 from 3:10 – 6:30 in Cafeteria #1. Enjoy food samples, music, and a fashion show representing this great region of the world! A donation of $5 is requested per ticket. Transportation will be provided. You may purchase the tickets from Mr. Díaz or Ms. Monica and many students participating the the Asian Heritage Pacific Celebration Party and Assembly this year!
  • On Wednesday, May 2nd, the PCTI Jazz Band will be performing at Trumpets Jazz Club in Montclair, along with Jazz legend, trombonist Slide Hampton. The Jazz Band’s performance will begin at 7:30pm. In addition to the PCTI Jazz Band, the professional “One More Once Big Band” will also be performing at the Jazz club. Trumpets Jazz Club is one the nicest venues for Jazz in the New York City area. There are a limited number of tickets available; therefore, we strongly recommend purchasing tickets in advance. Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for students. If you are interested in attending this performance please email or see Mr. Mendez in room H16.
  • If you are attending the Passaic County Community College field trip, please come to the main lobby in front of the bank at the end of your first-period class (8:56).
  • The class of 2021 would like to thank all o the faculty and staff who participated in the After Hours Faculty Show. We would also like to thank everyone that came out to see it. It was an unforgettable night! Thank you!
  • The girls jv lacrosse team beat river dell 8-7 goals scored by Ally Missonellie Jen Carpio Emme Liss Ashley Aguilar Mary Kate Aguilar, Goalie Nicole Devora had two saves. Go bulldogs!
  • There will be a meeting of the Christian Student Association today at 3;15PM in F-127.
Game Results
  • Team: Freshman Freshman softball (F)
    Opponent: Bergen Tec
    Location: Home
    Score: 26 (PCTI) vs. 6 (Opponent)
    Coach Halbach provided the following additional notes: The PCTI lady Bulldog freshman softball team raised their record to 10 wins and 2 losses with a 26 to 6 victory over Bergen Tec on monday. Adrianna Hortas led the offense with 2 triples a home run and 8 RBI and Morgan Vanak and Dianna Torres added Home runs. Paige Traynor also had 3 hits and 3 runs scored in the victory.
  • Team: JV Baseball (M)
    Opponent: Bergen tech
    Location: Home
    Score: 6 (PCTI) vs. 5 (Opponent)
    Coach Anthony Capo provided the following additional notes: Jack hulsebos had the game winning walk off single. Roberto Rivera scored the game winning run. Bryan kelly got the win.
  • Team: JV Softball (F)
    Opponent: Bergen Tech
    Location: Away
    Score: 20 (PCTI) vs. 2 (Opponent)
    Coach Adam Christopher provided the following additional notes: The JV softball team is back on track picking up their 2nd straight win against Bergen Tech, improving their record to 11 and 1. Big hitters for the team include Sailez Gomes, Zanayah Allen, Haylee Pardo, and Amber Roberts. Great job girls.
  • Team: JV Volleyball (M)
    Opponent: Bergen Tech
    Location: Away
    Score: 2 (PCTI) vs. 1 (Opponent)
    Coach Mark Phillips provided the following additional notes: The JV Boys Volleyball Team beat Bergen Tech 2 games to 1 to improve to 10 wins and 0 losses.
  • Team: Varsity Boys' Golf (M)
    Opponent: Ramapo/ Hackensack
    Location: Home
    Score: 162 (PCTI) vs. 176 (Opponent)
    Coach Pat Lawler provided the following additional notes: Congratulations to the Boys golf team who beat #11 ranked Ramapo Raiders and the Hackensack Comets yesterday. The bulldogs shot a season low 162. Low scores were Titus Matthews 37, Chris Zaleski 39, Patvey Pangan 43 and Vinny Bellomo 43. Also contributing was Przemyslaw Juniewicz with 48 and Griffin Ungerleider with 50. With the win the Bulldogs have now qualified for the Group IV state tournament. Go Bulldogs!
  • Team: Varsity Softball (F)
    Opponent: Bergen Tech
    Location: Home
    Score: 5 (PCTI) vs. 4 (Opponent)
    Coach Mike Boorman provided the following additional notes: Congratulations to the varsity softball team for defeating the number 1 ranked team in North Jersey, Bergen Tech, 5-4 yesterday. The Lady Bulldogs were led by the outstanding pitching of Liz Fernandez and a stingy defense led by shortstop Tianna Marquez. It is the first time in school history that they defeated a team ranked number one in the North Jersey top 25.
  • Team: Varsity Volleyball (M)
    Opponent: Bergen Tech
    Location: Away
    Score: 2 (PCTI) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Coach A. Rosa provided the following additional notes: Congratulations to the Boys' Varsity Volleyball team for beating Bergen Tech 2 games to 0. Sophomore Aman Nitro lead the team with 7 kills. Kavon Smith-Pough added 5 more kills with 13 blocks. Junior outside hitter and setter Noah Carlino had 12 assists. Sophomore outside hitter and setter Dan Rooney also added 12 assists and 4 kills.

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