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Monday, January 22
  • The National Honor Society will sponsor a sock and toiletry drive starting Tuesday, January 8th to Thursday, January 31st for the Passaic County Women's Center. Boxes will be set up all around campus. Thank you in advance for your support.
  • The Sophomore Theatre Company presents; "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" Wednesday, January 23rd at 3:15 pm and 6:30 pm. Seating is limited.
  • Attention Drummers! Any student interested in auditioning for and joining the PCTI Marching Band Drumline or Pit for next year’s fall season should attend rehearsals on Mondays from 3:00 – 5:00 in H16, the band room, including current members. The first practice is on Monday, January 28th. Please email Mr. Bennett for details and the Google Classroom code.
  • Attention anyone interested in playing Boys Volleyball: Please get your Physicals by March 1st! You must go to the nurse and get a physical form and get on the list for one of these dates!Physical Dates: February 8, 2019 @9:30 am -FX nurses office, February 13, 2019 @9:30 am -FX nurses office, and February 14, 2019 @9:30am-FX nurses office
  • Attention all those interested in playing Boys or Girls Golf. Tryouts or just around the corner, the first day of tryouts will be Friday March 1st. All those who are interested in playing must have a physical submitted by February 28th . Any questions please see Coach Lawshe, Lawler or Bargel.
  • The College Readiness Course will be meeting on Wednesday January 23, 2019 in the Rocco Building in room N 212 after school. Please bring your chromebooks with you. Email Mrs. Gorman () or Mrs. Banks () with any issues or concerns.
  • Attention Class of 2021, Don't miss out on this great offer! Now through January 25th, get a Class sweatshirt and t-shirt for $30 or get a sweatshirt and 2 t-shirts for $35. Support our Class, enjoy big savings and look sharp on our next Spirit day! See Ms. M. in the C-wing Media Center to get yours!
  • Join the Class of 2020 and surprise your Valentine with how much you care by having a card and lollipop secretly delivered to them on Valentine's Day! Quantities are limited! Contact a 2020 advisor, rep, or officer to do a pre order. Grams will be $3 or 2 for $5.
  • Anyone interested in getting a Valentine Candy Grams can see a student council interact member or Ms. Sillman or Mrs. Roman in H-21 . Last day to purchase is February 1st. Profits are to be donated to Uplift Humanity.
  • The Student Council / Interact club will be holding a Valentine's Day Candy Gram sale. For only $5, you can send someone special a plush stuffed animal and heart shaped candy lollipop that will be delivered to recipients' homeroom on Valentine's Day. All proceeds will be donated to UpLift Humanity, an organization that works to teach underprivileged children vocational English and life-skills to increase career prospects in India. Please see a Student Council Member, Mrs. Roman or Mrs. Sillman to place your order today.
Friday, January 18
  • The National Honor Society will sponsor a sock and toiletry drive starting Tuesday, January 8th to Thursday, January 31st for the Passaic County Women's Center. Boxes will be set up all around campus. Thank you in advance for your support.
  • The Sophomore Theatre Company presents; "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" Wednesday, January 23rd at 3:15 pm and 6:30 pm. Seating is limited.
  • Attention Drummers! Any student interested in auditioning for and joining the PCTI Marching Band Drumline or Pit for next year’s fall season should attend rehearsals on Mondays from 3:00 – 5:00 in H16, the band room, including current members. The first practice is on Monday, January 28th. Please email Mr. Bennett for details and the Google Classroom code.
  • Attention anyone interested in playing Boys Volleyball: Please get your Physicals by March 1st! You must go to the nurse and get a physical form and get on the list for one of these dates!Physical Dates: February 8, 2019 @9:30 am -FX nurses office, February 13, 2019 @9:30 am -FX nurses office, and February 14, 2019 @9:30am-FX nurses office
  • ASL Club will have a "Learners" meeting Jan 22 from 3-5pm in C202. This is NOT a whole group meeting this is only for students who are not taking ASL and wish to learn. You must be a club member to attend. See Mrs. Martin with questions or concerns.
  • Attention all those interested in playing Boys or Girls Golf. Tryouts or just around the corner, the first day of tryouts will be Friday March 1st. All those who are interested in playing must have a physical submitted by February 28th . Any questions please see Coach Lawshe, Lawler or Bargel.
  • The College Readiness Course will be meeting on Wednesday January 23, 2019 in the Rocco Building in room N 212 after school. Please bring your chromebooks with you. Email Mrs. Gorman () or Mrs. Banks () with any issues or concerns.
  • Attention Class of 2021, Don't miss out on this great offer! Now through January 25th, get a Class sweatshirt and t-shirt for $30 or get a sweatshirt and 2 t-shirts for $35. Support our Class, enjoy big savings and look sharp on our next Spirit day! See Ms. M. in the C-wing Media Center to get yours!
  • Congratulations to the girls swim team for winning the NJTAC Championship tournament yesterday. This is the first time in school history that the girls have won this meet! 5 individual school records were broken by Mary Pilkington, Julia Bartoszewicz, Vanessa Hernandez, and Julia Berkenbosch!
  • Special congratulation to Vanessa Hernandez for winning northjersey.com's player of the week. GO VANESSA!
  • Congratulations to the PCTI Bulldog Mock Trial Team. They are the 2019 Passaic County Mock Trial Champions. The team went undefeated in the week long competition and beat Clifton last night in the county tournament. The Bulldogs got outstanding reviews and praise from both judges last night about their excellent performance. They are back to back county champs and this is their 5th County championship in the last seven years. The team is comprised of 28 students. A special shout out to following team members: Captain Amanda Scialla, Kim De LaRosa, Lesly Montesino, Melissa Felix, Olivia Rosati, Captain Destiny Colmanares, Alicia Moss, Sakora Jackson, Isaac Davenport and Marcelys Perez. A special thanks to Ms. Gagliardi for chaperoning the trip. The team will be heading to New Brunswick on February 5th for the North state sectional round. Congratulations once again.
Thursday, January 17
  • The National Honor Society will sponsor a sock and toiletry drive starting Tuesday, January 8th to Thursday, January 31st for the Passaic County Women's Center. Boxes will be set up all around campus. Thank you in advance for your support.
  • The Sophomore Theatre Company presents; "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" Wednesday, January 23rd at 3:15 pm and 6:30 pm. Seating is limited.
  • Attention Drummers! Any student interested in auditioning for and joining the PCTI Marching Band Drumline or Pit for next year’s fall season should attend rehearsals on Mondays from 3:00 – 5:00 in H16, the band room, including current members. The first practice is on Monday, January 28th. Please email Mr. Bennett for details and the Google Classroom code.
  • Attention anyone interested in playing Boys Volleyball: Please get your Physicals by March 1st! You must go to the nurse and get a physical form and get on the list for one of these dates!Physical Dates: February 8, 2019 @9:30 am -FX nurses office, February 13, 2019 @9:30 am -FX nurses office, and February 14, 2019 @9:30am-FX nurses office
  • ASL Club will have a "Learners" meeting Jan 22 from 3-5pm in C202. This is NOT a whole group meeting this is only for students who are not taking ASL and wish to learn. You must be a club member to attend. See Mrs. Martin with questions or concerns.
  • Attention all those interested in playing Boys or Girls Golf. Tryouts or just around the corner, the first day of tryouts will be Friday March 1st. All those who are interested in playing must have a physical submitted by February 28th . Any questions please see Coach Lawshe, Lawler or Bargel.
  • The College Readiness Course will be meeting on Wednesday January 23, 2019 in the Rocco Building in room N 212 after school. Please bring your chromebooks with you. Email Mrs. Gorman () or Mrs. Banks () with any issues or concerns.
  • The Independent Study Centers are closed today (Thursday). There will be no after-school study time in either library.
  • Attention all Faculty and Students! Today is the LAST day to sign up for the Jeans Day tomorrow, which will benefit Paterson Habitat for Humanity. See one of the Freshmen Class Advisors to sign up and get the sticker.
Wednesday, January 16
  • The National Honor Society will sponsor a sock and toiletry drive starting Tuesday, January 8th to Thursday, January 31st for the Passaic County Women's Center. Boxes will be set up all around campus. Thank you in advance for your support.
  • The Sophomore Theatre Company presents; "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" Wednesday, January 23rd at 3:15 pm and 6:30 pm. Seating is limited.
  • Attention Drummers! Any student interested in auditioning for and joining the PCTI Marching Band Drumline or Pit for next year’s fall season should attend rehearsals on Mondays from 3:00 – 5:00 in H16, the band room, including current members. The first practice is on Monday, January 28th. Please email Mr. Bennett for details and the Google Classroom code.
  • The Freshmen Class is sponsoring a Jeans Day benefitting Paterson Habitat for Humanity for Faculty AND Students in all grades this Friday, January 18th! See one of the Freshmen Class Advisors to sign up and get a sticker. The cost is $1 for students and $5 for faculty.
  • Attention anyone interested in playing Boys Volleyball: Please get your Physicals by March 1st! You must go to the nurse and get a physical form and get on the list for one of these dates!Physical Dates: February 8, 2019 @9:30 am -FX nurses office, February 13, 2019 @9:30 am -FX nurses office, and February 14, 2019 @9:30am-FX nurses office
  • ASL Club will have a "Learners" meeting Jan 22 from 3-5pm in C202. This is NOT a whole group meeting this is only for students who are not taking ASL and wish to learn. You must be a club member to attend. See Mrs. Martin with questions or concerns.
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Swimming (F)
    Opponent: St. Dominic's
    Location: Home
    Score: 119 (PCTI) vs. 51 (Opponent)
    Coach Gen Wall provided the following additional notes: Congratulations to the Girls Swimming team, led by captains, Jess Sauer and Mary Pilkington, on defeating St. Dominics, by a score of 119-51 and improving their overall record to 9-0.
Tuesday, January 15
  • The National Honor Society will sponsor a sock and toiletry drive starting Tuesday, January 8th to Thursday, January 31st for the Passaic County Women's Center. Boxes will be set up all around campus. Thank you in advance for your support.
  • The Sophomore Theatre Company presents; "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" Wednesday, January 23rd at 3:15 pm and 6:30 pm. Seating is limited.
  • Attention Drummers! Any student interested in auditioning for and joining the PCTI Marching Band Drumline or Pit for next year’s fall season should attend rehearsals on Mondays from 3:00 – 5:00 in H16, the band room, including current members. The first practice is on Monday, January 28th. Please email Mr. Bennett for details and the Google Classroom code.
  • The Freshmen Class is sponsoring a Jeans Day benefitting Paterson Habitat for Humanity for Faculty AND Students in all grades this Friday, January 18th! See one of the Freshmen Class Advisors to sign up and get a sticker. The cost is $1 for students and $5 for faculty.
  • Congratulations to Emilay Villar for her 1st Place win in Group Improvisation at the Speech and Theatre Association of New Jersey
  • Congratulations to the performers from the Theatre Department who attended the Speech and Theatre Association of New Jersey Governor's Award competition on Saturday. Spencer Hunt deserves special mention as a finalist in the Contrasting Monologues category. Robert Costa received the Governor's Award in the VSA Monologue category. He will be attending the award ceremony in Trenton in May with Mr. Smith.
  • We would like to congratulate all the participants in this year’s 2019 HOSA Northern Regional Leadership Conference that was held here at PCTI this past week-end. 28 of our HOSA students placed in their respective competitive events, with 20 placing in the top 5. These students will be advancing to the NJ State Conference in March. We are proud of all of our students and thank them for their dedication and commitment to HOSA. In addition, we would like to thank everyone from PCTI who helped to make this event a success including Mrs. Diane Lobosco, Dr. Parent, Jerry Castaneda (Supervisor of Student Activities), Jeannie Holman (VP of Student Activities), Dr. Lydia Yikon’a (Supervisor of Medical Arts), All our Medical Arts Teachers, our Teacher/Judge Volunteers, Food Services, AV department, Technology, Jen Magna (Nursing), the Print Shop, Bill Vacca (Facility Coordinator), Security and Maintenance Dept. We could not have done this without you. Thank you again from the PCTI HOSA Advisors!
  • Attention anyone interested in playing Boys Volleyball: Please get your Physicals by March 1st! You must go to the nurse and get a physical form and get on the list for one of these dates!Physical Dates: February 8, 2019 @9:30 am -FX nurses office, February 13, 2019 @9:30 am -FX nurses office, and February 14, 2019 @9:30am-FX nurses office
  • ASL Club will have a "Learners" meeting Jan 22 from 3-5pm in C202. This is NOT a whole group meeting this is only for students who are not taking ASL and wish to learn. You must be a club member to attend. See Mrs. Martin with questions or concerns.
  • Congratulations to the Boys Swim Team for winning their 5th Passaic County Championship this past Saturday! The team was lead by captains Piero "The Champ" Urteaga and Marcos "The Greatest of All Time" Atuncar!
  • Congratulations to the PCTI GIRLS Swim team for capturing their second Passaic County Title in a row this Saturday. The girls shattered 7 school records and junior, Vanessa Hernandez, broke the county record for the 100 butterfly. Mary Pilkington, Symi Lall, Vanessa Hernandez, Julia Berkenbosch, Karyme (Ka-Ree-May) Lozano, and Julia Bartoszewicz qualified for the New Jersey State Meet of Champions. CONGRATULATIONS Girls - Let's keep the undefeated season rolling!
Monday, January 14
  • The National Honor Society will sponsor a sock and toiletry drive starting Tuesday, January 8th to Thursday, January 31st for the Passaic County Women's Center. Boxes will be set up all around campus. Thank you in advance for your support.
  • The Sophomore Theatre Company presents; "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" Wednesday, January 23rd at 3:15 pm and 6:30 pm. Seating is limited.
  • Their will be an environmental club meeting next Tuesday January 15th in fx239 we have many topics to discuss. please make arrangements to attend. See Mr. Reilly in F213 if you have any questions.
  • Attention Drummers! Any student interested in auditioning for and joining the PCTI Marching Band Drumline or Pit for next year’s fall season should attend rehearsals on Mondays from 3:00 – 5:00 in H16, the band room, including current members. The first practice is on Monday, January 28th. Please email Mr. Bennett for details and the Google Classroom code.
  • The Freshmen Class is sponsoring a Jeans Day benefitting Paterson Habitat for Humanity for Faculty AND Students in all grades this Friday, January 18th! See one of the Freshmen Class Advisors to sign up and get a sticker. The cost is $1 for students and $5 for faculty.
  • Congratulations to Emilay Villar for her 1st Place win in Group Improvisation at the Speech and Theatre Association of New Jersey
  • Congratulations to the performers from the Theatre Department who attended the Speech and Theatre Association of New Jersey Governor's Award competition on Saturday. Spencer Hunt deserves special mention as a finalist in the Contrasting Monologues category. Robert Costa received the Governor's Award in the VSA Monologue category. He will be attending the award ceremony in Trenton in May with Mr. Smith.
  • There will be a meeting of the Christian Student Assoc today at 3PM in F-127.
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Fencing (F)
    Opponent: Passaic Valley
    Location: Home
    Score: 16 (PCTI) vs. 11 (Opponent)
    Coach Frank Migliorino provided the following additional notes: The girls PCTI fencing team got stung early by the hornets, but don't worry! These bulldogs were not allergic! They kept their composer and pulled out the tough win. Shout out to Ariel Wilson, Ana Pena, Aydan Robinson, Briana Colon, Ayah Ibrahim, and Carolina Flores for getting clutch wins to seal the deal! En Garde Bulldogs!
  • Team: Varsity Fencing (M)
    Opponent: Passaic Valley
    Location: Home
    Score: 20 (PCTI) vs. 7 (Opponent)
    Coach Frank Migliorino provided the following additional notes: The boys fencing team proved they are not afraid to get stung by the Passaic Valley hornets. Awesome all around team win. These bulldogs are hungry for more wins!
Friday, January 11
  • The National Honor Society will sponsor a sock and toiletry drive starting Tuesday, January 8th to Thursday, January 31st for the Passaic County Women's Center. Boxes will be set up all around campus. Thank you in advance for your support.
  • Attention any boys who are interested in playing spring lacrosse, there will be a meeting after school on January 15th in the Cafeteria starting at 3:15.
  • The Sophomore Theatre Company presents; "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" Wednesday, January 23rd at 3:15 pm and 6:30 pm. Seating is limited.
  • Boys Lacrosse meeting on January 15th will be held in Cafe #2, starting at 3:15pm
  • Their will be an environmental club meeting next Tuesday January 15th in fx239 we have many topics to discuss. please make arrangements to attend. See Mr. Reilly in F213 if you have any questions.
  • Attention all you Jeans Lovers out there! The Freshmen Class is doing a Jeans Day Fundraiser for Paterson Habitat for Humanity NEXT Friday, January 18th for Faculty AND Students in all grades! The cost is $5 for Faculty and $1 for Students. See one of the Freshmen Class Advisors to sign up and pay, or see the flyers posted around the building for other people to sign up with.
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Basketball (F)
    Opponent: Bergen Tech
    Location: Away
    Score: 45 (PCTI) vs. 43 (Opponent)
    Coach Ron Williams provided the following additional notes: Varsity Girls Basketball raised their record to 5 wins and 3 losses with a thrilling comeback 45 to 43 victory in overtime over Bergen Tech on Thursday afternoon. Isabella Duval scored 16 points and Jayanna Mathis had 10 to lead the offense. Jenna Abreu had 12 rebounds in the victory.
  • Team: Varsity Swimming (F)
    Opponent: RiverDell
    Location: Home
    Score: 112 (PCTI) vs. 58 (Opponent)
    Coach Gen Wall provided the following additional notes: Congratulations to the girls swim team led by Jess Sauer and Mary Pilkington on beating Riverdell by a score of 112-58. And improving their overall record to 8-0 Great job girls!!!
Thursday, January 10
  • The National Honor Society will sponsor a sock and toiletry drive starting Tuesday, January 8th to Thursday, January 31st for the Passaic County Women's Center. Boxes will be set up all around campus. Thank you in advance for your support.
  • Attention any boys who are interested in playing spring lacrosse, there will be a meeting after school on January 15th in the Cafeteria starting at 3:15.
  • PCTI was selected to start a junior chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers. SHPE (pronounced ship) is inclusive and open to all PCTI students interested in stem and engineering. SHPE changes lives by empowering its members to realize its fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support, and development. SHPE’s vision is a world where it's members are highly valued and influenced as the leading innovators, scientists, mathematicians, and engineers. We will have an orientation session on Thursday January 10th at 3:05 in the STEM Lecture Hall. Please see Mr. Rabelo, Director of STEM with any questions.
  • The Sophomore Theatre Company presents; "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" Wednesday, January 23rd at 3:15 pm and 6:30 pm. Seatinf is limited.
  • Boys Lacrosse meeting on January 15th will be held in Cafe #2, starting at 3:15pm
  • Attention Financial Literacy online students. You are now in week 2 of the course. Help is available after school on Tuesdays and Wednesdays in room B-103.
  • Their will be an environmental club meeting next Tuesday January 15th in fx239 we have many topics to discuss. please make arrangements to attend. See Mr. Reilly in F213 if you have any questions.
  • After School Independent Study will be in the C Wing Library on Wednesday, 1/9 and Thursday, 1/10. The F Wing library will be closed after school. Go to the C Wing!
  • Attention all you Jeans Lovers out there! The Freshmen Class is doing a Jeans Day Fundraiser for Paterson Habitat for Humanity NEXT Friday, January 18th for Faculty AND Students in all grades! The cost is $5 for Faculty and $1 for Students. See one of the Freshmen Class Advisors to sign up and pay, or see the flyers posted around the building for other people to sign up with.
  • A reminder to all Juniors and Seniors that tomorrow Friday January 11th is your Spirit Day based on the Toy Drive results during the holiday season. Congrats again to everyone involved.
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Fencing (F)
    Opponent: Butler
    Location: Away
    Score: 18 (PCTI) vs. 9 (Opponent)
    Coach Frank Migliorino provided the following additional notes: At Butler High school, it was the battle of the Bulldogs! In this Bulldog eat Bulldog world, the PCTI girls proved they have what it takes to win. A great team win with awesome performances from substituted players! Awesome Job! Ariel Wilson, Ayah Ibrahim, Carolina Flores and Grace Boonstra all went 2-0 on the day to lead their teamates to victory!
  • Team: Varsity Fencing (M)
    Opponent: Butler
    Location: Away
    Score: 19 (PCTI) vs. 8 (Opponent)
    Coach Frank Migliorino provided the following additional notes: PCTI and Butler gave it everything they had in the battle of the Bulldogs! The PCTI Boys Fencing team proved that they were the top dogs on the strip! Great team win with awesome performances from substituted players! Justyn Hall, Elzevir Morel, Mahfuzer Nahin, Tim Mercurio, Adam Deeb & Ishraq Ahmed all showed poise and confidence with a 2-0 record on the day to lead their team toward victory. En Garde Bulldogs!
Wednesday, January 9
  • College Readiness Course will be meeting Wednesday January 9th, 2019 in the Rocco Building in room N212 after school. Please remember to bring your laptop, and something to write with. Email Mrs. Gorman () or Mrs. Banks () with any issues or concerns.
  • The National Honor Society will sponsor a sock and toiletry drive starting Tuesday, January 8th to Thursday, January 31st for the Passaic County Women's Center. Boxes will be set up all around campus. Thank you in advance for your support.
  • Attention any boys who are interested in playing spring lacrosse, there will be a meeting after school on January 15th in the Cafeteria starting at 3:15.
  • PCTI was selected to start a junior chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers. SHPE (pronounced ship) is inclusive and open to all PCTI students interested in stem and engineering. SHPE changes lives by empowering its members to realize its fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support, and development. SHPE’s vision is a world where it's members are highly valued and influenced as the leading innovators, scientists, mathematicians, and engineers. We will have an orientation session on Thursday January 10th at 3:05 in the STEM Lecture Hall. Please see Mr. Rabelo, Director of STEM with any questions.
  • Starting this year PCTI will have a brand new robotics club. Each year we will be competing during the FIRST Robotics Competition season. During each season we will design and build a robot that we will take to competitions around the state and country. If you are interested, we will be holding a meeting on Wednesday January 9th in the STEM Lecture Hall at 3:05. If you are unable to attend the meeting, you can see Mr. Banovic in S318 with any questions.
  • The Sophomore Theatre Company presents; "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" Wednesday, January 23rd at 3:15 pm and 6:30 pm. Seatinf is limited.
  • Boys Lacrosse meeting on January 15th will be held in Cafe #2, starting at 3:15pm
  • Attention Financial Literacy online students. You are now in week 2 of the course. Help is available after school on Tuesdays and Wednesdays in room B-103.
  • Their will be an environmental club meeting next Tuesday January 15th in fx239 we have many topics to discuss. please make arrangements to attend. See Mr. Reilly in F213 if you have any questions.
  • After School Independent Study will be in the C Wing Library on Wednesday, 1/9 and Thursday, 1/10. The F Wing library will be closed after school. Go to the C Wing!
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Basketball (M)
    Opponent: Eastside
    Location: Away
    Score: 56 (PCTI) vs. 47 (Opponent)
    Coach Alima Pudup provided the following additional notes: Congratulations to the Varsity and JV boys basketball teams on their wins over Eastside High School last night. Please come out and support your bulldogs on Thursday when they face Bergen Tech at home for another Big North Competition. Keep it going bulldogs!
  • Team: Varsity Fencing (F)
    Opponent: West Milford
    Location: Away
    Score: 15 (PCTI) vs. 12 (Opponent)
    Coach Frank Migliorino provided the following additional notes: Over the river and through the West Milford wood to victory road they went! Both the Girls and the Boys teams were able to take home the win. Great job! Total team win and great team spirit. We hope to take this momentum to the next meet. En Garde Bulldogs!
  • Team: Varsity Swimming (F)
    Opponent: Passaic
    Location: Home
    Score: 78 (PCTI) vs. 15 (Opponent)
    Coach Gen Wall provided the following additional notes: Congratulations to the girls swimming team led by captains Jess Sauer and Mary Pilkington on beating Passaic by a score of 78-15 and improving their overall record to 7-0.
  • Team: Varsity Swimming (M)
    Opponent: Passaic
    Location: Home
    Score: 78 (PCTI) vs. 8 (Opponent)
    Coach Denise Aronson provided the following additional notes: Congratulations to the Boys swimming team led by captains Piero Urteaga and Marcos Atuncar on beating Passaic and increasing their overall record to 5-2.
Tuesday, January 8
  • There will be a meeting for all boys interested in try out for this years Boys Tennis Team on Wednesday, January 9th immediately after school in Cafeteria 1. Please be prompt!!
  • College Readiness Course will be meeting Wednesday January 9th, 2019 in the Rocco Building in room N212 after school. Please remember to bring your laptop, and something to write with. Email Mrs. Gorman () or Mrs. Banks () with any issues or concerns.
  • If you like working with your hands and solving problems in fun and innovative ways then the PCTI Engineering Club is for you. All interested students should attend our first meeting on Tuesday, Jan 8th at 3:05 in the STEM Lecture Hall. Please see Ms. Harley in S321 with any questions.
  • The National Honor Society will sponsor a sock and toiletry drive starting Tuesday, January 8th to Thursday, January 31st for the Passaic County Women's Center. Boxes will be set up all around campus. Thank you in advance for your support.
  • Attention any boys who are interested in playing spring lacrosse, there will be a meeting after school on January 15th in the Cafeteria starting at 3:15.
  • PCTI was selected to start a junior chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers. SHPE (pronounced ship) is inclusive and open to all PCTI students interested in stem and engineering. SHPE changes lives by empowering its members to realize its fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support, and development. SHPE’s vision is a world where it's members are highly valued and influenced as the leading innovators, scientists, mathematicians, and engineers. We will have an orientation session on Thursday January 10th at 3:05 in the STEM Lecture Hall. Please see Mr. Rabelo, Director of STEM with any questions.
  • Starting this year PCTI will have a brand new robotics club. Each year we will be competing during the FIRST Robotics Competition season. During each season we will design and build a robot that we will take to competitions around the state and country. If you are interested, we will be holding a meeting on Wednesday January 9th in the STEM Lecture Hall at 3:05. If you are unable to attend the meeting, you can see Mr. Banovic in S318 with any questions.
  • There will be a National Honor Society monthly meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 8th from 3pm-5pm in Cafe 2. Transportation is provided.
  • The Sophomore Theatre Company presents; "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" Wednesday, January 23rd at 3:15 pm and 6:30 pm. Seatinf is limited.
  • Boys Lacrosse meeting on January 15th will be held in Cafe #2, starting at 3:15pm
  • Attention Financial Literacy online students. You are now in week 2 of the course. Help is available after school on Tuesdays and Wednesdays in room B-103.
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Girls Bowling (F)
    Opponent: Clifton
    Location: Home
    Score: 5 (PCTI) vs. 2 (Opponent)
    Coach Adam Christopher provided the following additional notes: The girls bowling team rolled through the Clifton Mustangs. The win was a team effort with Tatiyana Johnson's 187, Amanda Rizzo's 186, and Kayla Nelson's 189. Great job girls!
Monday, January 7
  • There will be a meeting for all boys interested in try out for this years Boys Tennis Team on Wednesday, January 9th immediately after school in Cafeteria 1. Please be prompt!!
  • College Readiness Course will be meeting Wednesday January 9th, 2019 in the Rocco Building in room N212 after school. Please remember to bring your laptop, and something to write with. Email Mrs. Gorman () or Mrs. Banks () with any issues or concerns.
  • If you like working with your hands and solving problems in fun and innovative ways then the PCTI Engineering Club is for you. All interested students should attend our first meeting on Tuesday, Jan 8th at 3:05 in the STEM Lecture Hall. Please see Ms. Harley in S321 with any questions.
  • The National Honor Society will sponsor a sock and toiletry drive starting Tuesday, January 8th to Thursday, January 31st for the Passaic County Women's Center. Boxes will be set up all around campus. Thank you in advance for your support.
  • Attention any boys who are interested in playing spring lacrosse, there will be a meeting after school on January 15th in the Cafeteria starting at 3:15.
  • PCTI was selected to start a junior chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers. SHPE (pronounced ship) is inclusive and open to all PCTI students interested in stem and engineering. SHPE changes lives by empowering its members to realize its fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support, and development. SHPE’s vision is a world where it's members are highly valued and influenced as the leading innovators, scientists, mathematicians, and engineers. We will have an orientation session on Thursday January 10th at 3:05 in the STEM Lecture Hall. Please see Mr. Rabelo, Director of STEM with any questions.
  • Starting this year PCTI will have a brand new robotics club. Each year we will be competing during the FIRST Robotics Competition season. During each season we will design and build a robot that we will take to competitions around the state and country. If you are interested, we will be holding a meeting on Wednesday January 9th in the STEM Lecture Hall at 3:05. If you are unable to attend the meeting, you can see Mr. Banovic in S318 with any questions.
  • There will be a National Honor Society monthly meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 8th from 3pm-5pm in Cafe 2. Transportation is provided.
  • There will be a meeting of the Christian Student Assoc today at 3PM in F-127.
Game Results
  • Team: Freshman Basketball (F)
    Opponent: New Milford
    Location: Away
    Score: 46 (PCTI) vs. 34 (Opponent)
    Coach Bob De Filippis provided the following additional notes: The Freshman girls basketball team defeated New Milford High School on Friday , winning their third game of the year. Their record is now 3 wins and 1 loss!
Friday, January 4
  • There will be a meeting for all boys interested in try out for this years Boys Tennis Team on Wednesday, January 9th immediately after school in Cafeteria 1. Please be prompt!!
  • College Readiness Course will be meeting Wednesday January 9th, 2019 in the Rocco Building in room N212 after school. Please remember to bring your laptop, and something to write with. Email Mrs. Gorman () or Mrs. Banks () with any issues or concerns.
  • If you like working with your hands and solving problems in fun and innovative ways then the PCTI Engineering Club is for you. All interested students should attend our first meeting on Tuesday, Jan 8th at 3:05 in the STEM Lecture Hall. Please see Ms. Harley in S321 with any questions.
  • PCTI Fencing boys and girls left it all on the strip last night at the first home meet of the year. The girls team fought hard with solid performances from Ariel Wilson, Ayah Ibrahim, and Carolina Flores. Keep it up! The boys team was able to earn the win in a true nail biter! Justyn Hall and Adam Deeb both had clutch performances to lead their teams to victory. Both the girls and the boys are making a name for themselves and we are proud of their hard work! En garde Bulldogs!
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Basketball (M)
    Opponent: Kennedy
    Location: Home
    Score: 53 (PCTI) vs. 45 (Opponent)
    Coach Alima Pudup provided the following additional notes: Congratulations to the Varsity Boys Basketball Team on their win over Kennedy last night. The Bulldogs will continue league play as they face Eastside away on Tuesday. Let's go bulldogs!
  • Team: Varsity Swimming (F)
    Opponent: Wayne Valley
    Location: Home
    Score: 100 (PCTI) vs. 70 (Opponent)
    Coach Gen Wall provided the following additional notes: Congratulations to the girls swimming team led by captains Jess Sauer and Mary Pilkington on beating Wayne Valley and improving their overall record to 5-0!
  • Team: Varsity Swimming (M)
    Opponent: Wayne Valley
    Location: Home
    Score: 103 (PCTI) vs. 67 (Opponent)
    Coach Denise Aronson provided the following additional notes: Congratulations to the boys swimming team led by captains Piero Urteaga and Marcos Atuncar on beating Wayne Hills by a score of 103-67.
Thursday, January 3
  • There will be a meeting for all boys interested in try out for this years Boys Tennis Team on Wednesday, January 9th immediately after school in Cafeteria 1. Please be prompt!!
  • This announcement is for all SES students and staff. The SES program will resume Thursday January 3rd. Be sure to report to your class immediately after school.
  • College Readiness Course will be meeting Wednesday January 9th, 2019 in the Rocco Building in room N212 after school. Please remember to bring your laptop, and something to write with. Email Mrs. Gorman () or Mrs. Banks () with any issues or concerns.
  • There will be a meeting for all students interested in the African American assembly Thursday 1/3 in cafe 2
Wednesday, January 2
  • There will be a meeting for all boys interested in try out for this years Boys Tennis Team on Wednesday, January 9th immediately after school in Cafeteria 1. Please be prompt!!
  • This announcement is for all SES students and staff. The SES program will resume Thursday January 3rd. Be sure to report to your class immediately after school.
Game Results
  • Team: Freshman Basketball (F)
    Opponent: Clifton
    Location: Home
    Score: 33 (PCTI) vs. 31 (Opponent)
    Coach Bob De Filippis provided the following additional notes: Please announce on our rerun from Christmas break.