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January 2020
January 23
  • Hello PCTVS. The National Honor Society will sponsor its 2nd Annual Sock and Toiletry Drive for the Passaic County Women's Center. We will collect new socks for children and women, as well as new feminine care products from 01/06/2020 until 01/31/2020. Boxes are located all over campus. Any questions please contact Mr. Baldino or Mrs. Rettenberg. Thank you!
  • The FEA is sponsoring the Crayola ColorCycle program. ColorCycle is a initiative designed to repurpose Crayola markers. However, it accepts all brands of plastic markers. Not just Crayola markers but off brand, dry erase markers and highlighters! ColorCycle will eliminate placing hundreds of tons of markers into landfills. Boxes will be in the Main office and Rocco Office in the months of January and June. That does not mean you can't recycle in between, either have them sent down to T100 or give them to any FEA member, they know what to do. Thank you all for your support in making our world a more environmentally friendly place.
  • Attention Class of 2020! Your next fundraising begins today. Pick up your order forms for Popcornopolis from a senior class advisor or from outside the main discipline office.
  • Class of 2023 is selling Bulldog PopSockets for $8. Students will be selling in the lobby each morning or see a Freshman Class Advisor. Fruit snack and Fruit Roll Ups are also being sold
  • Good Morning, National Honor Society members! Please sign up to help with collecting New socks, New toiletries, and New feminine care products for the Passaic County Women's Center. This is a shelter located in Paterson for women and children that have experienced domestic or sexual abuse. Thank you in advance for your support. -Mr. Baldino and Mrs. Rettenberg
  • Good morning Bulldogs! Please remember to bring in your donations of plastic bags and plastic film for our Recycling Challenge. So far, we've collected 70 pounds of plastic in January. Let's get to 100 pounds! Drop off locations are in the STEM lobby, Main lobby and Rocco Lobby. No plastic bottles or hard plastics please.
  • Want to brush up on your interviewing skills? Come take part in a mock interview at the Teen Center today after school at 3pm in trailer #1. We look forward to seeing you!
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Bowling (F)
    Opponent: Eastside
    Location: Home
    Score: 7 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: In bowling news, the boys and girls bowling team were not scared of the Ghosts from Eastside as they swept their match last night. Top bowlers included Dino Stoupakis with a 601 series, and Jessica Gonzales with a 199 high game!
  • Team: Varsity Swimming (F)
    Opponent: Wayne Valley
    Location: Home
    Score: 115 (PCTVS) vs. 55 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the girls swim team on defeating Wayne Valley. Please come out and support the seniors today its senior night against Passaic.
  • Team: Varsity Swimming (M)
    Opponent: Wayne Valley
    Location: Home
    Score: 106 (PCTVS) vs. 64 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the boys swim team on defeating Wayne Valley.
January 22
  • Hello PCTVS. The National Honor Society will sponsor its 2nd Annual Sock and Toiletry Drive for the Passaic County Women's Center. We will collect new socks for children and women, as well as new feminine care products from 01/06/2020 until 01/31/2020. Boxes are located all over campus. Any questions please contact Mr. Baldino or Mrs. Rettenberg. Thank you!
  • The FEA is sponsoring the Crayola ColorCycle program. ColorCycle is a initiative designed to repurpose Crayola markers. However, it accepts all brands of plastic markers. Not just Crayola markers but off brand, dry erase markers and highlighters! ColorCycle will eliminate placing hundreds of tons of markers into landfills. Boxes will be in the Main office and Rocco Office in the months of January and June. That does not mean you can't recycle in between, either have them sent down to T100 or give them to any FEA member, they know what to do. Thank you all for your support in making our world a more environmentally friendly place.
  • Attention Class of 2020! Your next fundraising begins today. Pick up your order forms for Popcornopolis from a senior class advisor or from outside the main discipline office.
  • Class of 2023 is selling Bulldog PopSockets for $8. Students will be selling in the lobby each morning or see a Freshman Class Advisor. Fruit snack and Fruit Roll Ups are also being sold
  • Good Morning, National Honor Society members! Please sign up to help with collecting New socks, New toiletries, and New feminine care products for the Passaic County Women's Center. This is a shelter located in Paterson for women and children that have experienced domestic or sexual abuse. Thank you in advance for your support. -Mr. Baldino and Mrs. Rettenberg
  • There will be a meeting of the Christian Student Assoc on Wednesday at 3:15 in F-127.
  • Attention financial literacy online students. This is a reminder that after school help is available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays in room B-103 until 4:15 pm. Any questions or concerns contact your financial literacy online instructor or attend the after school help.
  • Good morning Bulldogs! Please remember to bring in your donations of plastic bags and plastic film for our Recycling Challenge. So far, we've collected 70 pounds of plastic in January. Let's get to 100 pounds! Drop off locations are in the STEM lobby, Main lobby and Rocco Lobby. No plastic bottles or hard plastics please.
  • PCTVS would like to congratulate our talented Advertising Art Senior, Renee Angello for winning multiple Gold-key and Silver-key awards in the The Montclair Art Museum’s 2020 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards competition. Renee’s art competed with 3,570 works of art submitted by 1,330 individual student artists from across northern New Jersey. Renee’s work was selected as part of the top 30% of the most outstanding work submitted among her peers. A truly great accomplishment! Congrats Renee!
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Fencing (F)
    Opponent: Wayne Valley
    Location: Home
    Score: 14 (PCTVS) vs. 13 (Opponent)
    Highlights: PCTI Girls Fencing team rallied back to take down the powerhouse Wayne Valley! Great win! Hats off to Aydan Robinson, Michaela Bulaon, Ashley Santangelo, Ariel Wilson, Ceyda Deyer, Sherlyn Arzola-Silva, Ayah Ibrahim, Brianya Victoria, and Grace Boonstra! Go Bulldogs!
  • Team: Varsity Fencing (M)
    Opponent: Wayne Valley
    Location: Home
    Score: 17 (PCTVS) vs. 10 (Opponent)
    Highlights: PCTI Boys Fencing Team builds even more momentum with a 17-10 win over Wayne Valley! Hats off to Melvin Matias, Jayson Zelaya, Kevin Mantilla, Adam Deeb, Frank Gallo, Will Ryan, Kavon Smith-Pough, Juan Ramirez and Ishraq Ahmed! Keep it going!
January 21
  • Hello PCTVS. The National Honor Society will sponsor its 2nd Annual Sock and Toiletry Drive for the Passaic County Women's Center. We will collect new socks for children and women, as well as new feminine care products from 01/06/2020 until 01/31/2020. Boxes are located all over campus. Any questions please contact Mr. Baldino or Mrs. Rettenberg. Thank you!
  • The FEA is sponsoring the Crayola ColorCycle program. ColorCycle is a initiative designed to repurpose Crayola markers. However, it accepts all brands of plastic markers. Not just Crayola markers but off brand, dry erase markers and highlighters! ColorCycle will eliminate placing hundreds of tons of markers into landfills. Boxes will be in the Main office and Rocco Office in the months of January and June. That does not mean you can't recycle in between, either have them sent down to T100 or give them to any FEA member, they know what to do. Thank you all for your support in making our world a more environmentally friendly place.
  • Attention Class of 2020! Your next fundraising begins today. Pick up your order forms for Popcornopolis from a senior class advisor or from outside the main discipline office.
  • Class of 2023 is selling Bulldog PopSockets for $8. Students will be selling in the lobby each morning or see a Freshman Class Advisor. Fruit snack and Fruit Roll Ups are also being sold
  • Good Morning, National Honor Society members! Please sign up to help with collecting New socks, New toiletries, and New feminine care products for the Passaic County Women's Center. This is a shelter located in Paterson for women and children that have experienced domestic or sexual abuse. Thank you in advance for your support. -Mr. Baldino and Mrs. Rettenberg
  • The Muslim Student Association will be meeting this coming Tuesday in F-135.
  • There will be a meeting of the Christian Student Assoc on Wednesday at 3:15 in F-127.
  • Attention financial literacy online students. This is a reminder that after school help is available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays in room B-103 until 4:15 pm. Any questions or concerns contact your financial literacy online instructor or attend the after school help.
  • PCTI Girls and Boys Fencing team made history on Saturday! 4 different squads placed within 4th place in the District 2 tournament! On to the next round! A big shoutout to all the helpers who made the tournament possible! And an extra shout out to Kavon Smith-Pough, and Adam Deeb who have advanced to the state individual tournament! Only 3 years deep and this is just the beginning!
  • Congratulations to the PCTI Bulldog Mock Trial Competition Team. They are the 2020 Passaic County Mock Trial Champions. The bulldogs competed in the week long competition at the Passaic County Courthouse and went undefeated demolishing the competition. They received praise from Superior Court Judges, Opposing coaches and opposing parents. This is the third county championship in a row and the 6th championship in the last 8 years. The team will move on to the state tournament in New Brunswick on February 5th. Thank you to Ms. Gagliardi for chaperoning and thank you to Gail Carpenter and Dee Scarnaty for feeding us. The following seniors please stand up when you hear your name. Destiny Colmenares, Kimberly DeLaRosa, Melissa Felix, Marcelys Perez, Isaac Davenport and Alicia Moss. These six seniors have had parts in the competition since sophomore year. They stepped up as sophomores and were never intimidated by their opponent. Besides being excellent attorneys and witnesses you were role models for this years juniors and sophomores. You dedication, hard work and passion for the mock trial team will never be forgotten and you will be truly missed. You are the reason why our team motto is Commitment to Excellence!
Game Results
  • Team: Freshman Wrestling (M)
    Opponent: North Bergen Frosh Tournament
    Location: Away
    Score: 0 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the Freshmen Wrestling Team for taking 2nd place at the prestigious North Bergen Freshmen Tournament on Sunday.
  • Team: JV Basketball (F)
    Opponent: Bergen Tech
    Location: Home
    Score: 36 (PCTVS) vs. 28 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The junior varsity girls basketball defeated Bergen Tech by a score of 36 to 28. Hailey Carlino and Ciara Chalmers each scored 8 points, Kaci Avant and Sofia Corage combined for another 9 points. Gina Pelosi, Cicilia Martino and Tiana Manning contributed strong defensive games. The team has now won 6 games in a row and has a record of 7-2.
  • Team: JV Basketball (F)
    Opponent: Lincoln High School
    Location: Away
    Score: 38 (PCTVS) vs. 21 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The junior varsity girls basketball team defeated Lincoln High School, 38 to 21. Kaci Avant scored 19 points, Ciara Chalmers added 7 points, Hailey Carlino and Gina Pelosi each added another 4 points. The team has now won 7 games in a row and has a record of 8-2.
  • Team: Varsity Basketball (F)
    Opponent: Bergen Tech
    Location: Home
    Score: 45 (PCTVS) vs. 36 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The varsity girls basketball team defeated Bergen Tech High School by a score of 45 to 36. Jayanna Mathis had 13 points and dished out 6 assists, Isabella Duval scored 14 points and added 5 steals, and Jade Ramos-Henkel added 9 points and 5 steals.
January 17
  • Hello PCTVS. The National Honor Society will sponsor its 2nd Annual Sock and Toiletry Drive for the Passaic County Women's Center. We will collect new socks for children and women, as well as new feminine care products from 01/06/2020 until 01/31/2020. Boxes are located all over campus. Any questions please contact Mr. Baldino or Mrs. Rettenberg. Thank you!
  • The FEA is sponsoring the Crayola ColorCycle program. ColorCycle is a initiative designed to repurpose Crayola markers. However, it accepts all brands of plastic markers. Not just Crayola markers but off brand, dry erase markers and highlighters! ColorCycle will eliminate placing hundreds of tons of markers into landfills. Boxes will be in the Main office and Rocco Office in the months of January and June. That does not mean you can't recycle in between, either have them sent down to T100 or give them to any FEA member, they know what to do. Thank you all for your support in making our world a more environmentally friendly place.
  • Attention Class of 2020! Your next fundraising begins today. Pick up your order forms for Popcornopolis from a senior class advisor or from outside the main discipline office.
  • Class of 2023 is selling Bulldog PopSockets for $8. Students will be selling in the lobby each morning or see a Freshman Class Advisor. Fruit snack and Fruit Roll Ups are also being sold
  • Good Morning, National Honor Society members! Please sign up to help with collecting New socks, New toiletries, and New feminine care products for the Passaic County Women's Center. This is a shelter located in Paterson for women and children that have experienced domestic or sexual abuse. Thank you in advance for your support. -Mr. Baldino and Mrs. Rettenberg
  • The Muslim Student Association will be meeting this coming Tuesday in F-135.
  • PCTVHS HOSA hosted the Northern Regional Conference this past Saturday 1/11. Approximately 780 members, competitors, advisors, and volunteers from 28 schools attended. Our members won 39 medals and 31 of them are advancing on to State competition to be held in March.
  • Hello Class of 2020! There will be another dues drive today during periods 1-6 in the upper lobby. Please bring cash or checks made payable to PCTI. Any questions please email a senior class advisor. Thank you.
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Swimming (F)
    Opponent: Pascack Valley/Pascack Hills
    Location: Home
    Score: 111 (PCTVS) vs. 59 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the girls swim team on defeating Pascack Valley/Pascack Hills by a score of 111-59
  • Team: Varsity Swimming (M)
    Opponent: Pascack Valley/ Pascack Hills
    Location: Home
    Score: 106 (PCTVS) vs. 64 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the boys swim team on defeating PAscack Valley/Pascack Hills by a score of 106-64
January 16
  • Hello Boys Tennis Players New and Old!!!! There will be an organizational meeting for the upcoming Boys Tennis Season on Thursday, January 16th. in Room S309 in the Stem Building immediately after school. This meeting is mandatory if you are considering trying out or returning as a possible tennis player for our upcoming season. The meeting will be until 3:45pm so that everyone will be able to make the 4:00pm bus home!!! See you there!!!! Coach Tonto :)
  • Hello PCTVS. The National Honor Society will sponsor its 2nd Annual Sock and Toiletry Drive for the Passaic County Women's Center. We will collect new socks for children and women, as well as new feminine care products from 01/06/2020 until 01/31/2020. Boxes are located all over campus. Any questions please contact Mr. Baldino or Mrs. Rettenberg. Thank you!
  • The FEA is sponsoring the Crayola ColorCycle program. ColorCycle is a initiative designed to repurpose Crayola markers. However, it accepts all brands of plastic markers. Not just Crayola markers but off brand, dry erase markers and highlighters! ColorCycle will eliminate placing hundreds of tons of markers into landfills. Boxes will be in the Main office and Rocco Office in the months of January and June. That does not mean you can't recycle in between, either have them sent down to T100 or give them to any FEA member, they know what to do. Thank you all for your support in making our world a more environmentally friendly place.
  • Attention Class of 2020! Your next fundraising begins today. Pick up your order forms for Popcornopolis from a senior class advisor or from outside the main discipline office.
  • Class of 2023 is selling Bulldog PopSockets for $8. Students will be selling in the lobby each morning or see a Freshman Class Advisor. Fruit snack and Fruit Roll Ups are also being sold
  • Good Morning, National Honor Society members! Please sign up to help with collecting New socks, New toiletries, and New feminine care products for the Passaic County Women's Center. This is a shelter located in Paterson for women and children that have experienced domestic or sexual abuse. Thank you in advance for your support. -Mr. Baldino and Mrs. Rettenberg
  • Attention all Faculty and Students: Today is the LAST DAY to pay to wear jeans TOMORROW, for the Paterson Habitat for Humanity Fundraiser, sponsored by the Sophomore Class. Students pay $1 and Faculty pays $5. See any Sophomore Class Advisor to pay and get your sticker.
  • Hello Class of 2020! There will be another dues drive on tomorrow, Friday, January 17th during periods 1-6 in the upper lobby. Please bring cash or check made payable to PCTI. Any questions please email a senior class advisor. Thank you.
Game Results
  • Team: JV Basketball (F)
    Opponent: Paterson Eastside
    Location: Away
    Score: 25 (PCTVS) vs. 12 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The junior varsity girls basketball team defeated Eastside High School by a score of 25 to 12. Cicilia Martino led all scorers with 10 points. The backcourt of Kaci Avant, Gina Pelosi, and Ciara Chalmers added another 11 points. The team's record is now 6-2.
  • Team: Varsity Swimming (F)
    Opponent: Union Catholic
    Location: Home
    Score: 112 (PCTVS) vs. 58 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the Girls Swim Team for their victory over Union Catholic on Wednesday!! The Lady Bulldogs are now 7-0! Come out and support them as them swim Pascack on Thursday
January 15
  • Hello Boys Tennis Players New and Old!!!! There will be an organizational meeting for the upcoming Boys Tennis Season on Thursday, January 16th. in Room S309 in the Stem Building immediately after school. This meeting is mandatory if you are considering trying out or returning as a possible tennis player for our upcoming season. The meeting will be until 3:45pm so that everyone will be able to make the 4:00pm bus home!!! See you there!!!! Coach Tonto :)
  • Hello PCTVS. The National Honor Society will sponsor its 2nd Annual Sock and Toiletry Drive for the Passaic County Women's Center. We will collect new socks for children and women, as well as new feminine care products from 01/06/2020 until 01/31/2020. Boxes are located all over campus. Any questions please contact Mr. Baldino or Mrs. Rettenberg. Thank you!
  • Hello Class of 2020! There will be another dues drive on Friday, January 17th during periods 1-6 in the upper lobby. Please bring cash or checks made payable to PCTI. Any questions please email a senior class advisor. Thank you.
  • Seniors, the last day to purchase a yearbook at a discounted price is January 15th. After the price of the yearbook will increase. To buy a yearbook, go to the PCTI homepage and click on the student tab to find the yearbook button. Follow the directions to purchase a yearbook.
  • The FEA is sponsoring the Crayola ColorCycle program. ColorCycle is a initiative designed to repurpose Crayola markers. However, it accepts all brands of plastic markers. Not just Crayola markers but off brand, dry erase markers and highlighters! ColorCycle will eliminate placing hundreds of tons of markers into landfills. Boxes will be in the Main office and Rocco Office in the months of January and June. That does not mean you can't recycle in between, either have them sent down to T100 or give them to any FEA member, they know what to do. Thank you all for your support in making our world a more environmentally friendly place.
  • Attention Class of 2020! Your next fundraising begins today. Pick up your order forms for Popcornopolis from a senior class advisor or from outside the main discipline office.
  • Attention all Faculty and Students: The Sophomore Class is sponsoring a Jeans Day this Friday to benefit Paterson Habitat for Humanity. The cost is $1 for students and $5 for teachers. See any Sophomore Class Advisor to pay and get your sticker.
  • Class of 2023 is selling Bulldog PopSockets for $8. Students will be selling in the lobby each morning or see a Freshman Class Advisor. Fruit snack and Fruit Roll Ups are also being sold
  • Good Morning, National Honor Society members! Please sign up to help with collecting New socks, New toiletries, and New feminine care products for the Passaic County Women's Center. This is a shelter located in Paterson for women and children that have experienced domestic or sexual abuse. Thank you in advance for your support. -Mr. Baldino and Mrs. Rettenberg
  • The F Wing Independent Study Center will be closed after school today (Wednesday 1/15). The C Wing Library will be open for Independent Study until 4:15 pm.
  • Congrats to the Girls and Boys Fencing team on beating the Passaic Valley Hornets! The team is starting off the season strong with a 3-2 record! Shout out to Aydan Robinson, Michaela Bulaon, Ashley Santangelo, Isabella Ruiz, Ariel Wilson, Ceyda Deyer, Sherlyn Arzola-Silva, Ayah Ibrahim, Diya Patel, Grace Boonstra, Brianya Victoria, Melvin Matias, Jayson Zelaya, Kevin Mantilla, Adam Deeb, Frank Gallo, Tim Mercurio, Kavon Smith-Pough, Juan Ramirez, and Ishraq Ahmed!
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Bowling (F)
    Opponent: Wayne Valley
    Location: Home
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 2 (Opponent)
    Highlights: In bowling news, a huge program win for the boys and girls bulldogs taking down a Wayne rival, Wayne Valley. Key players included Tyler Molnar with a 202 high game, Dino Stoupakis with a 641 series, David Tovar with a 259 series, and Kate Juskiewicz lead the girls with a 186 high game. Great job bulldogs.
January 14
  • Hello Boys Tennis Players New and Old!!!! There will be an organizational meeting for the upcoming Boys Tennis Season on Thursday, January 16th. in Room S309 in the Stem Building immediately after school. This meeting is mandatory if you are considering trying out or returning as a possible tennis player for our upcoming season. The meeting will be until 3:45pm so that everyone will be able to make the 4:00pm bus home!!! See you there!!!! Coach Tonto :)
  • Hello PCTVS. The National Honor Society will sponsor its 2nd Annual Sock and Toiletry Drive for the Passaic County Women's Center. We will collect new socks for children and women, as well as new feminine care products from 01/06/2020 until 01/31/2020. Boxes are located all over campus. Any questions please contact Mr. Baldino or Mrs. Rettenberg. Thank you!
  • Hello Class of 2020! There will be another dues drive on Friday, January 17th during periods 1-6 in the upper lobby. Please bring cash or checks made payable to PCTI. Any questions please email a senior class advisor. Thank you.
  • Seniors, the last day to purchase a yearbook at a discounted price is January 15th. After the price of the yearbook will increase. To buy a yearbook, go to the PCTI homepage and click on the student tab to find the yearbook button. Follow the directions to purchase a yearbook.
  • The FEA is sponsoring the Crayola ColorCycle program. ColorCycle is a initiative designed to repurpose Crayola markers. However, it accepts all brands of plastic markers. Not just Crayola markers but off brand, dry erase markers and highlighters! ColorCycle will eliminate placing hundreds of tons of markers into landfills. Boxes will be in the Main office and Rocco Office in the months of January and June. That does not mean you can't recycle in between, either have them sent down to T100 or give them to any FEA member, they know what to do. Thank you all for your support in making our world a more environmentally friendly place.
  • Attention Class of 2020! Your next fundraising begins today. Pick up your order forms for Popcornopolis from a senior class advisor or from outside the main discipline office.
  • Attention all Faculty and Students: The Sophomore Class is sponsoring a Jeans Day this Friday to benefit Paterson Habitat for Humanity. The cost is $1 for students and $5 for teachers. See any Sophomore Class Advisor to pay and get your sticker.
  • Attention all Sophomores! We have a Class Meeting TODAY at 9am. So, please check in with your 2nd pd teacher, and then go right to the Auditorium. Thanks.
  • Congratulations to the Boys and Girls Swim Teams on winning the counties this past weekend!! Congratulations to the girls 200 free relay team Julia Bartoszewicz, Vanessa Hernandez, Pauline Kung and Symran Lall on qualifying for the Meet of champions and breaking a meet record that has been held since 2009!
January 13
  • Hello Boys Tennis Players New and Old!!!! There will be an organizational meeting for the upcoming Boys Tennis Season on Thursday, January 16th. in Room S309 in the Stem Building immediately after school. This meeting is mandatory if you are considering trying out or returning as a possible tennis player for our upcoming season. The meeting will be until 3:45pm so that everyone will be able to make the 4:00pm bus home!!! See you there!!!! Coach Tonto :)
  • Hello PCTVS. The National Honor Society will sponsor its 2nd Annual Sock and Toiletry Drive for the Passaic County Women's Center. We will collect new socks for children and women, as well as new feminine care products from 01/06/2020 until 01/31/2020. Boxes are located all over campus. Any questions please contact Mr. Baldino or Mrs. Rettenberg. Thank you!
  • Hello Class of 2020! There will be another dues drive on Friday, January 17th during periods 1-6 in the upper lobby. Please bring cash or checks made payable to PCTI. Any questions please email a senior class advisor. Thank you.
  • Seniors, the last day to purchase a yearbook at a discounted price is January 15th. After the price of the yearbook will increase. To buy a yearbook, go to the PCTI homepage and click on the student tab to find the yearbook button. Follow the directions to purchase a yearbook.
  • The FEA is sponsoring the Crayola ColorCycle program. ColorCycle is a initiative designed to repurpose Crayola markers. However, it accepts all brands of plastic markers. Not just Crayola markers but off brand, dry erase markers and highlighters! ColorCycle will eliminate placing hundreds of tons of markers into landfills. Boxes will be in the Main office and Rocco Office in the months of January and June. That does not mean you can't recycle in between, either have them sent down to T100 or give them to any FEA member, they know what to do. Thank you all for your support in making our world a more environmentally friendly place.
  • Attention Class of 2020! Your next fundraising begins today. Pick up your order forms for Popcornopolis from a senior class advisor or from outside the main discipline office.
  • Attention all Faculty and Students: The Sophomore Class is sponsoring a Jeans Day this Friday to benefit Paterson Habitat for Humanity. The cost is $1 for students and $5 for teachers. See any Sophomore Class Advisor to pay and get your sticker.
  • Congratulations to Javier Martinez on winning the senior scholarship at Speech Theatre Association of NJ (STANJ). This scholarship is to study acting at a college or conservatory. Also, congratulations to Raphael Trostoy on receiving third place out of hundreds of participants for dramatic monologue.
Game Results
  • Team: JV Basketball (F)
    Opponent: Snyder High School
    Location: Away
    Score: 47 (PCTVS) vs. 24 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The junior varsity girls basketball team defeated Snyder High School, 47 to 24. Sophia Corage scored 12 points, Hailey Carlino had 10 points, and Kaci Avant and Gina Pelosi each added 8 points to lead the Lady Bulldogs. The junior varsity team has now won 4 games in a row and has a record of 5-2.
  • Team: Varsity Basketball (F)
    Opponent: Snyder High School
    Location: Away
    Score: 51 (PCTVS) vs. 21 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The girls varsity basketball team defeated Snyder High School, 51 to 21. Trinity Clacken had 18 points and 14 rebounds, Jayanna Mathis had 8 points and 4 rebounds, and Paige Traynor had 9 points to lead the second half charge.
January 10
  • Hello Boys Tennis Players New and Old!!!! There will be an organizational meeting for the upcoming Boys Tennis Season on Thursday, January 16th. in Room S309 in the Stem Building immediately after school. This meeting is mandatory if you are considering trying out or returning as a possible tennis player for our upcoming season. The meeting will be until 3:45pm so that everyone will be able to make the 4:00pm bus home!!! See you there!!!! Coach Tonto :)
  • Attention class of 2021, we are having our very first dues drive Friday January 31st in the upper lobby.
  • Hello PCTVS. The National Honor Society will sponsor its 2nd Annual Sock and Toiletry Drive for the Passaic County Women's Center. We will collect new socks for children and women, as well as new feminine care products from 01/06/2020 until 01/31/2020. Boxes are located all over campus. Any questions please contact Mr. Baldino or Mrs. Rettenberg. Thank you!
  • Hello Class of 2020! There will be another dues drive on Friday, January 17th during periods 1-6 in the upper lobby. Please bring cash or checks made payable to PCTI. Any questions please email a senior class advisor. Thank you.
  • Seniors, the last day to purchase a yearbook at a discounted price is January 15th. After the price of the yearbook will increase. To buy a yearbook, go to the PCTI homepage and click on the student tab to find the yearbook button. Follow the directions to purchase a yearbook.
  • The FEA is sponsoring the Crayola ColorCycle program. ColorCycle is a initiative designed to repurpose Crayola markers. However, it accepts all brands of plastic markers. Not just Crayola markers but off brand, dry erase markers and highlighters! ColorCycle will eliminate placing hundreds of tons of markers into landfills. Boxes will be in the Main office and Rocco Office in the months of January and June. That does not mean you can't recycle in between, either have them sent down to T100 or give them to any FEA member, they know what to do. Thank you all for your support in making our world a more environmentally friendly place.
  • Attention Class of 2020! Your next fundraising begins today. Pick up your order forms for Popcornopolis from a senior class advisor or from outside the main discipline office.
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Swimming (F)
    Opponent: Riverdell
    Location: Away
    Score: 103 (PCTVS) vs. 67 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the girls swim team on defeating River dell by a score of 103-67.
  • Team: Varsity Swimming (M)
    Opponent: Riverdell
    Location: Away
    Score: 86 (PCTVS) vs. 84 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the boys swim team on defeating Riverdell by a score of 86-84.
January 9
  • The Girls Lacrosse Team will have an informational meeting on Thursday January 9, 2019 at 3:15 PM in Cafe 2. The meeting will serve as an introduction to PCTVS's new Head Girls Lacrosse Coach, Ms. Jill DePalolera and will review critical information for the Spring 2020 Season. All interested girls lacrosse student-athletes should be sure to attend this very important meeting. Late buses will be made available to those attending the meeting and needing transportation home.
  • Hello Boys Tennis Players New and Old!!!! There will be an organizational meeting for the upcoming Boys Tennis Season on Thursday, January 16th. in Room S309 in the Stem Building immediately after school. This meeting is mandatory if you are considering trying out or returning as a possible tennis player for our upcoming season. The meeting will be until 3:45pm so that everyone will be able to make the 4:00pm bus home!!! See you there!!!! Coach Tonto :)
  • Attention class of 2021, we are having our very first dues drive Friday January 31st in the upper lobby.
  • Sign Language Club will have a Learners meeting on Jan 14th 3-5pm in the Fx Lecture Hall f135. This meeting is designed for students who are not currently taking ASL and wish to learn the basics.
  • Hello PCTVS. The National Honor Society will sponsor its 2nd Annual Sock and Toiletry Drive for the Passaic County Women's Center. We will collect new socks for children and women, as well as new feminine care products from 01/06/2020 until 01/31/2020. Boxes are located all over campus. Any questions please contact Mr. Baldino or Mrs. Rettenberg. Thank you!
  • Hello Class of 2020! There will be another dues drive on Friday, January 17th during periods 1-6 in the upper lobby. Please bring cash or checks made payable to PCTI. Any questions please email a senior class advisor. Thank you.
  • Do you love Comic Books? Would you like the opportunity to read more comic books, share them with others, learn about different storylines and talk about your favorites? Come meet us for the inaugural PCTI Comic Book Club Meeting on Thursday, 1/9 at 3:00 in the F Wing Library ! Buses home will be available at 4:15 pm.
  • Attention, Any student interested in participating in this years Black History Assembly there will be a mandatory meeting Thursday at 3pm in Cafe 1; 4pm bus transportation will be provided.
January 8
  • The Girls Lacrosse Team will have an informational meeting on Thursday January 9, 2019 at 3:15 PM in Cafe 2. The meeting will serve as an introduction to PCTVS's new Head Girls Lacrosse Coach, Ms. Jill DePalolera and will review critical information for the Spring 2020 Season. All interested girls lacrosse student-athletes should be sure to attend this very important meeting. Late buses will be made available to those attending the meeting and needing transportation home.
  • Hello Boys Tennis Players New and Old!!!! There will be an organizational meeting for the upcoming Boys Tennis Season on Thursday, January 16th. in Room S309 in the Stem Building immediately after school. This meeting is mandatory if you are considering trying out or returning as a possible tennis player for our upcoming season. The meeting will be until 3:45pm so that everyone will be able to make the 4:00pm bus home!!! See you there!!!! Coach Tonto :)
  • Attention class of 2021, we are having our very first dues drive Friday January 31st in the upper lobby.
  • Sign Language Club will have a Learners meeting on Jan 14th 3-5pm in the Fx Lecture Hall f135. This meeting is designed for students who are not currently taking ASL and wish to learn the basics.
  • There will be a meeting of the Christian Student Assoc on Wednesday at 3:15 in F-127
  • Attention financial literacy online students. This is to remind you that week two must be completed by Friday, January 10th. After school help is available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays in room B-103. Make sure to e-mail your instructor with any questions or concerns.
  • Hello PCTVS. The National Honor Society will sponsor its 2nd Annual Sock and Toiletry Drive for the Passaic County Women's Center. We will collect new socks for children and women, as well as new feminine care products from 01/06/2020 until 01/31/2020. Boxes are located all over campus. Any questions please contact Mr. Baldino or Mrs. Rettenberg. Thank you!
  • Hello Class of 2020! There will be another dues drive on Friday, January 17th during periods 1-6 in the upper lobby. Please bring cash or checks made payable to PCTI. Any questions please email a senior class advisor. Thank you.
  • Do you love Comic Books? Would you like the opportunity to read more comic books, share them with others, learn about different storylines and talk about your favorites? Come meet us for the inaugural PCTI Comic Book Club Meeting on Thursday, 1/9 at 3:00 in the F Wing Library ! Buses home will be available at 4:15 pm.
  • Attention, Any student interested in participating in this years Black History Assembly there will be a mandatory meeting Thursday at 3pm in Cafe 1; 4pm bus transportation will be provided.
  • All students attending the Passaic County Community College field trip today, January 8th, should meet in front of the bank in the lower lobby after first period had ended.
Game Results
  • Team: Freshman Basketball (F)
    Opponent: Clifton High School
    Location: Away
    Score: 25 (PCTI) vs. 16 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The Freshmen Girls Basketball team defeated Clifton High School by a score of 25-16. Ciara Chalmers led all scorers with 13 points. The team's record is now 2-1.
  • Team: JV Basketball (F)
    Opponent: Clifton
    Location: Away
    Score: 36 (PCTI) vs. 23 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The Lady Bulldogs JV Basketball team defeated Clifton with a final score of 36 to 23. Freshmen Ciara Chalmers led the team with 10 points and Sophomore Cicilia Martino chipped in 8 points.
  • Team: Varsity Basketball (M)
    Opponent: Clifton
    Location: Home
    Score: 59 (PCTI) vs. 46 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The boys basketball teams swept Clifton in a division matchup, winning on the freshmen, JV and Varsity levels on Tuesday. The Varsity won 59-46 and were led by their seniors: Jeremiah Monroe, Jahmeel Wallace, Carlos Ruiz, Hassan High and Miguel Torres. Junior Danny Boscarino also scored 19 points in the win. The Bulldogs will take on Paterson Kennedy high school Thursday at 7 O'clock.
  • Team: Varsity Swimming (F)
    Opponent: Ridgewood
    Location: Home
    Score: 104 (PCTI) vs. 65 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the girls swim team on defeating ridgewood by a score of 104-65.
  • Team: Varsity Swimming (M)
    Opponent: Ridgewood
    Location: Home
    Score: 89 (PCTI) vs. 81 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the boys swim team on defeating Ridgewood by a score of 89-81.
January 7
  • The Girls Lacrosse Team will have an informational meeting on Thursday January 9, 2019 at 3:15 PM in Cafe 2. The meeting will serve as an introduction to PCTVS's new Head Girls Lacrosse Coach, Ms. Jill DePalolera and will review critical information for the Spring 2020 Season. All interested girls lacrosse student-athletes should be sure to attend this very important meeting. Late buses will be made available to those attending the meeting and needing transportation home.
  • Hello Boys Tennis Players New and Old!!!! There will be an organizational meeting for the upcoming Boys Tennis Season on Thursday, January 16th. in Room S309 in the Stem Building immediately after school. This meeting is mandatory if you are considering trying out or returning as a possible tennis player for our upcoming season. The meeting will be until 3:45pm so that everyone will be able to make the 4:00pm bus home!!! See you there!!!! Coach Tonto :)
  • Attention class of 2021, we are having our very first dues drive Friday January 31st in the upper lobby.
  • Sign Language Club will have a Learners meeting on Jan 14th 3-5pm in the Fx Lecture Hall f135. This meeting is designed for students who are not currently taking ASL and wish to learn the basics.
  • There will be a meeting of the Christian Student Assoc on Wednesday at 3:15 in F-127
  • Attention financial literacy online students. This is to remind you that week two must be completed by Friday, January 10th. After school help is available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays in room B-103. Make sure to e-mail your instructor with any questions or concerns.
  • Rho Kappa would like to remind all students and staff to bring in their donations of plastic film. Grocery store bags, dry cleaning bags, and produce bags are some examples of plastic film. More examples of acceptable donations can be found on our posters throughout campus. Remember that collection boxes can be found by the auditorium in the main building, in the Rocco main office, and, outside the STEM main office. Let's win a Trex bench for our school and help keep plastic film out of our oceans and landfills!
  • Hello PCTVS. The National Honor Society will sponsor its 2nd Annual Sock and Toiletry Drive for the Passaic County Women's Center. We will collect new socks for children and women, as well as new feminine care products from 01/06/2020 until 01/31/2020. Boxes are located all over campus. Any questions please contact Mr. Baldino or Mrs. Rettenberg. Thank you!
  • Hello Class of 2020! There will be another dues drive on Friday, January 17th during periods 1-6 in the upper lobby. Please bring cash or checks made payable to PCTI. Any questions please email a senior class advisor. Thank you.
  • Do you love Comic Books? Would you like the opportunity to read more comic books, share them with others, learn about different storylines and talk about your favorites? Come meet us for the inaugural PCTI Comic Book Club Meeting on Thursday, 1/9 at 3:00 in the F Wing Library ! Buses home will be available at 4:15 pm.
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Fencing (F)
    Opponent: Butler
    Location: Away
    Score: 16 (PCTI) vs. 11 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congrats to PCTI Girls Fencing team on starting the year strong with a 2-1 record! Key performances by Aydan Robinson, Michaela Bulaon, Ashley Santangelo, Isabella Ruiz, Ariel Wilson, Ceyda Deyer, Sherlyn Arzola-Silva, Ayah Ibrahim, Diya Patel, Brianya Victoria and Grace Boonstra! Keep it up!
  • Team: Varsity Fencing (M)
    Opponent: Butler
    Location: Away
    Score: 19 (PCTI) vs. 8 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congrats to PCTI Boys Fencing team on starting the year strong with a 2-1 record! Key performances by Melvin Matias, Jayson Zelaya, Kevin Mantilla, Adam Deeb, Tim Mercurio, Frank Gallo, Kavon Smith-Pough, Juan Ramirez, and Ishraq Ahmed! Keep it up!
January 6
  • The Girls Lacrosse Team will have an informational meeting on Thursday January 9, 2019 at 3:15 PM in Cafe 2. The meeting will serve as an introduction to PCTVS's new Head Girls Lacrosse Coach, Ms. Jill DePalolera and will review critical information for the Spring 2020 Season. All interested girls lacrosse student-athletes should be sure to attend this very important meeting. Late buses will be made available to those attending the meeting and needing transportation home.
  • THIS IS A REMINDER to all Advisors that yearbook picture for clubs and organizations will be taken on Tuesday, January 7th in the auditorium. Check your email for time schedule and passes.
  • Hello Boys Tennis Players New and Old!!!! There will be an organizational meeting for the upcoming Boys Tennis Season on Thursday, January 16th. in Room S309 in the Stem Building immediately after school. This meeting is mandatory if you are considering trying out or returning as a possible tennis player for our upcoming season. The meeting will be until 3:45pm so that everyone will be able to make the 4:00pm bus home!!! See you there!!!! Coach Tonto :)
  • The first Full Cast rehearsal for The Wizard of Oz will be held Monday January 6, 2020 in the Blackbox Theater from 3-5pm.
  • Attention class of 2021, we are having our very first dues drive Friday January 31st in the upper lobby.
  • Sign Language Club will have a Learners meeting on Jan 14th 3-5pm in the Fx Lecture Hall f135. This meeting is designed for students who are not currently taking ASL and wish to learn the basics.
  • There will be a meeting of the Christian Student Assoc on Wednesday at 3:15 in F-127
  • Attention financial literacy online students. This is to remind you that week two must be completed by Friday, January 10th. After school help is available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays in room B-103. Make sure to e-mail your instructor with any questions or concerns.
  • Rho Kappa would like to remind all students and staff to bring in their donations of plastic film. Grocery store bags, dry cleaning bags, and produce bags are some examples of plastic film. More examples of acceptable donations can be found on our posters throughout campus. Remember that collection boxes can be found by the auditorium in the main building, in the Rocco main office, and, outside the STEM main office. Let's win a Trex bench for our school and help keep plastic film out of our oceans and landfills!
  • This is a reminder that the SES Program resumes today, January 6th. Be sure to report to your SES room immediately after school.
Game Results
  • Team: Freshman Basketball (F)
    Opponent: Passaic High School
    Location: Home
    Score: 34 (PCTI) vs. 7 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The Freshmen Girls Basketball team defeated Passaic High School by a score of 34-7. The leading scorer was small forward Ciara Chalmers who had 13 points. Nine different players scored in the win. The next home game will be on Thursday, January 9th against Kennedy High School.
  • Team: JV Basketball (F)
    Opponent: Passaic
    Location: Home
    Score: 33 (PCTI) vs. 26 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The JV Girls Basketball defeated Passaic with a final score of 33-26. Sophomore Cecilia Martino had a game high of 11 points and Sophomore Hailey Carlino chipped in 8 points.
  • Team: Varsity Basketball (F)
    Opponent: Passaic
    Location: Home
    Score: 51 (PCTI) vs. 34 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The Girls Varsity Basketball team defeated Passaic High School by a score of 51 to 34. Sophomore Isabella Duval scored a game high of 22 points. Sophomore Trinity Clacken and Senior Jayanna Mathis each contributed 10 points. The Bulldogs are now 1-0 in the league.
  • Team: Varsity Ice Hockey (M)
    Opponent: Pennsauken
    Location: Home
    Score: 9 (PCTI) vs. 4 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Bulldog Fanatics, History has been made this weekend! The PCTI Ice Hockey team secured the program's first ever WIN over Pennsauken with a score of 9 to 4! The Bulldogs filled the scoresheet to the brim with; 2 goals from Freshman Mark Spewler! 1 goal from Freshman Kevin Majrchak! 2 Goals and 3 assists from Sophomore captain Chris Beazley! 3 assists from Freshman captain Brian Gaboda! 28 saves from Bulldog tendy' Evan Tomasi!and with 3 goals and 1 assist, the Bulldogs first-ever hat-trick from sophomore captain Manny Ammendola! The Ice Hockey Bulldogs would like to thank everyone who has been to the games so far, and that we hope to see you at our next home game Saturday January 11th against Parsippany Troy Hills
  • Team: Varsity Swimming (F)
    Opponent: St Dominics
    Location: Home
    Score: 131 (PCTI) vs. 38 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the girls swim team on beating St. Dominics. A big shout out to Julia Bartoszewicz who beat the schools 200 free record time with a time of 200.20!!!!
January 3
  • The Girls Lacrosse Team will have an informational meeting on Thursday January 9, 2019 at 3:15 PM in Cafe 2. The meeting will serve as an introduction to PCTVS's new Head Girls Lacrosse Coach, Ms. Jill DePalolera and will review critical information for the Spring 2020 Season. All interested girls lacrosse student-athletes should be sure to attend this very important meeting. Late buses will be made available to those attending the meeting and needing transportation home.
  • THIS IS A REMINDER to all Advisors that yearbook picture for clubs and organizations will be taken on Tuesday, January 7th in the auditorium. Check your email for time schedule and passes.
  • Hello Boys Tennis Players New and Old!!!! There will be an organizational meeting for the upcoming Boys Tennis Season on Thursday, January 16th. in Room S309 in the Stem Building immediately after school. This meeting is mandatory if you are considering trying out or returning as a possible tennis player for our upcoming season. The meeting will be until 3:45pm so that everyone will be able to make the 4:00pm bus home!!! See you there!!!! Coach Tonto :)
  • The first Full Cast rehearsal for The Wizard of Oz will be held Monday January 6, 2020 in the Blackbox Theater from 3-5pm.
January 2
  • The Girls Lacrosse Team will have an informational meeting on Thursday January 9, 2019 at 3:15 PM in Cafe 2. The meeting will serve as an introduction to PCTVS's new Head Girls Lacrosse Coach, Ms. Jill DePalolera and will review critical information for the Spring 2020 Season. All interested girls lacrosse student-athletes should be sure to attend this very important meeting. Late buses will be made available to those attending the meeting and needing transportation home.
  • THIS IS A REMINDER to all Advisors that yearbook picture for clubs and organizations will be taken on Tuesday, January 7th in the auditorium. Check your email for time schedule and passes.
  • This is a reminder that there is no SES Program today, January 2nd. The program will resume on Monday, January 6th.