Daily Announcements


Daily Announcements
May 2021
May 14
  • PCTVS Weekly Affirmation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LI9TD4VnlKA
  • Attention all PCTVS faculty and staff; The month of May officially marks the "Let's Move In Schools" campaign across the country. With the warmer weather and the end of a unique school year approaching, why not get moving with a little friendly team competition by participating in the Teacher SEL Committee's Let's Move in Schools Challenge. Beginning Monday, May 17th, interested participants will work together as a team to earn points based on simple individual activities in which members engage in related to health and fitness. The team with the most points at the end of the challenge will win a wellness prize! If you are interested in joining our Let's Move Challenge, please email Lori Henry or Natalie Peragallo by Friday, May 14th in order to organize teams and learn more about contest rules.
  • Attention Juniors! Are you stressing over your college essay? Join the PCTVS Virtual College Essay Writing Workshop and learn the tips and tricks for a successful college essay. Check your teacher's Canvas page for more details and links to join.
  • Help the Student Council / Interact Club conserve sight by donating your unwanted, usable glasses May 17 through the 28th. An estimated 120 million children and adults throughout the world are visually impaired and cannot afford to correct their vision. Access to your donated eyeglasses will not only improve quality of life, but provide opportunities for education and employment that would normally not be possible. Please donate your unwanted, usable glasses in the collection boxes in the following locations: Main, Rocco and Stem office as well as in the upper main lobby.
  • The PCTI National Honor Society thanks the entire PCTVS Family for your support of our food drive service project. Together with the DL STEM National Honor Society we were able to donate 805 lbs of foods for families in areas of the Passaic County.
  • The PCTVS Book Club is excited to announce that we are within 200 books of meeting our book drive goal. Our partner library in Lesotho has asked for more middle-school books, so we are asking PCTVS students to go home and clean out your bookshelves and bring in those books you read in middle school that you want to share with the students of Lesotho. Book donations will be taken through May 28th. Help us meet our goal!
  • Are you interested in trying out for Fall Cheerleading for the 2021 Football Season? If so please check out the cheer website under athletics for all Tryout Information! We hope to see you there! https://www.pcti.tec.nj.us/fall-sports/fall-cheerleading
  • The PCTI National Honor Society would like to thank everyone that participated in our sock & toiletry service project. We donated to the Passaic County Women's Center, a shelter for battered women and their children in Paterson. We look forward to serving them next year! Mr. Baldino and Mrs. Rettenberg
Game Results
  • Team: JV Softball (F)
    Opponent: Ramapo
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 13 (PCTVS) vs. 8 (Opponent)
    Highlights: JV girls softball beat the undefeated Ramapo Raiders 13-8. Amanda Facciollio hit it out of the park for a big home run! RBI's all around for MacKenzie Crozier, Leighana Czornomor, Gabbie Gronda and Angeli Harraka. Catcher Katie Gronda picked off a girl at first. Angelina Conklin made a great catch in right field to end the game!
  • Team: Varsity Volleyball (M)
    Opponent: Clifton
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The varsity boys volleyball team defeated Clifton 2-0 on Wednesday afternoon to secure another win. Their record is now 8-4. Front court presence was dominated by middles Domonique and Mohammed as well as by outsides Annas, Asher and Sam. The back row was covered by Luke, Frank and Mo. Great job!
May 13
  • PCTVS Weekly Affirmation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LI9TD4VnlKA
  • Attention all PCTVS faculty and staff; The month of May officially marks the "Let's Move In Schools" campaign across the country. With the warmer weather and the end of a unique school year approaching, why not get moving with a little friendly team competition by participating in the Teacher SEL Committee's Let's Move in Schools Challenge. Beginning Monday, May 17th, interested participants will work together as a team to earn points based on simple individual activities in which members engage in related to health and fitness. The team with the most points at the end of the challenge will win a wellness prize! If you are interested in joining our Let's Move Challenge, please email Lori Henry or Natalie Peragallo by Friday, May 14th in order to organize teams and learn more about contest rules.
  • Attention Juniors! Are you stressing over your college essay? Join the PCTVS Virtual College Essay Writing Workshop and learn the tips and tricks for a successful college essay. Check your teacher's Canvas page for more details and links to join.
  • Help the Student Council / Interact Club conserve sight by donating your unwanted, usable glasses May 17 through the 28th. An estimated 120 million children and adults throughout the world are visually impaired and cannot afford to correct their vision. Access to your donated eyeglasses will not only improve quality of life, but provide opportunities for education and employment that would normally not be possible. Please donate your unwanted, usable glasses in the collection boxes in the following locations: Main, Rocco and Stem office as well as in the upper main lobby.
  • Come out and support the Girls Flag Football Team tonight at 6:30pm as they take on East Orange on the football field. Good luck Lady Bulldogs!
May 12
  • PCTVS Weekly Affirmation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LI9TD4VnlKA
  • Attention all PCTVS faculty and staff; The month of May officially marks the "Let's Move In Schools" campaign across the country. With the warmer weather and the end of a unique school year approaching, why not get moving with a little friendly team competition by participating in the Teacher SEL Committee's Let's Move in Schools Challenge. Beginning Monday, May 17th, interested participants will work together as a team to earn points based on simple individual activities in which members engage in related to health and fitness. The team with the most points at the end of the challenge will win a wellness prize! If you are interested in joining our Let's Move Challenge, please email Lori Henry or Natalie Peragallo by Friday, May 14th in order to organize teams and learn more about contest rules.
  • Attention Juniors! Are you stressing over your college essay? Join the PCTVS Virtual College Essay Writing Workshop and learn the tips and tricks for a successful college essay. Check your teacher's Canvas page for more details and links to join.
  • Attention all seniors: Please check your emails and/or our Class of 2021 Google Classroom Page, immediately. We are still missing 148 responses regarding graduation numbers. There is also information for upcoming events including Thursday's Virtual Senior Talent Show and the two free senior movie night events. You must sign up by Thursday , 5/13 at 11:59 PM for the movie nights. If you have any questions, contact one of your senior class advisors.
  • Seniors! Check the email that was sent from Ms. Ramirez yesterday! We're still missing 131 responses for graduation attendance. Also, tomorrow and Friday are red carpet days; please make sure your red carpet attire is school-appropriate! Stop by the Upper Lobby first thing in the morning to get your picture taken on the red carpet!
  • Come out to support the Girls Flag Football Team tomorrow night, May 13th, at 6:30pm as they take on East Orange on the football field. Good luck Lady Bulldogs!
Game Results
  • Team: JV Volleyball (M)
    Opponent: Ramapo
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The junior varsity boys volleyball team won their sixth consecutive game on Monday, defeating Ramapo, 2-0. The charge was led by Zhed Majid, Edward Bashkanji, Michael Evans, Dominic DiBari, Omar Shaabna, and Alex Moore. The team improved their record to 7-2 on the season.
  • Team: Varsity Volleyball (M)
    Opponent: Ramapo
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 1 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The varsity boys volleyball team defeated Ramapo on Monday to improve their record to 7-4. Annas, Mo, Domonique, Sam, Jesus and Asher all had a strong presence as the net that was supported by Luke, Mo, and Frank in the back row. Great job.
May 11
  • PCTVS Weekly Affirmation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LI9TD4VnlKA
  • Congratulations to NJROTC Cadet Elias Haddad from the STEM Academy for finishing in the top 10 % of approximate 1000 competitors in the National JROTC Air rifle competition, He was also recently selected to compete in the 2021 USA Shooting National Rifle Junior Olympic Championships Program in Hillsdale, Michigan. He will be competing in the Smallbore Rifle and Air Rifle courses of fire, all the best!
  • Attention all PCTVS faculty and staff; The month of May officially marks the "Let's Move In Schools" campaign across the country. With the warmer weather and the end of a unique school year approaching, why not get moving with a little friendly team competition by participating in the Teacher SEL Committee's Let's Move in Schools Challenge. Beginning Monday, May 17th, interested participants will work together as a team to earn points based on simple individual activities in which members engage in related to health and fitness. The team with the most points at the end of the challenge will win a wellness prize! If you are interested in joining our Let's Move Challenge, please email Lori Henry or Natalie Peragallo by Friday, May 14th in order to organize teams and learn more about contest rules.
  • Attention Juniors! Are you stressing over your college essay? Join the PCTVS Virtual College Essay Writing Workshop and learn the tips and tricks for a successful college essay. Check your teacher's Canvas page for more details and links to join.
  • Attention all seniors: Please check your emails and/or our Class of 2021 Google Classroom Page, immediately. We are still missing 148 responses regarding graduation numbers. There is also information for upcoming events including Thursday's Virtual Senior Talent Show and the two free senior movie night events. You must sign up by Thursday , 5/13 at 11:59 PM for the movie nights. If you have any questions, contact one of your senior class advisors.
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Lacrosse (F)
    Opponent: Union Catholic
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 16 (PCTVS) vs. 5 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The Girl's Lacrosse Team is now 6-4. Melissa Amezquita, Charlie Lewis, Sofia Corage and Julia Foti had 3 goals a piece with an additional assist from Foti. Abby Spence ended up with 2 goals and 1 assist. Sasha Pollanco and Julianne Swaney both scored their first goals of the season and Ashley Santangelo and Amanda Burns both finished with 1 assist a piece.
  • Team: Varsity Baseball (M)
    Opponent: Bergen Tech
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 7 (PCTVS) vs. 2 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the vsrity baseball team on their 7-2 win over Bergen Tech at Vulldog stadium. The team got another outstanding pitching performance from Johnny Gilligan and the offense provided plenty of support. Yona Vargas went 3 for 3 with towo doubles and a home run. Danial Ramos went 2 for 3 with a double, homerun and 2 RBI, Johnny Gilligan went 1 for 2 with 2 RBI and Teven Peralta went 1 for 3 with two RBI. Congrats again!
  • Team: Freshman Softball (F)
    Opponent: New Milford
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 22 (PCTVS) vs. 11 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The PCTI Lady Bulldog freshman softball won their 5th game against 2 losses with a 22 to 11 victory over New Milford . Lelani Pena led the offense with 2 home runs and 5 RBIs and scored 4 runs. Olivia Dragone and Jayla Mendez also homered and Jillian Tovar had 2 hits and 4 RBIs.
May 10
  • PCTVS Weekly Affirmation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LI9TD4VnlKA
  • Attention All HOSA members. Are you a leader? The time has come to elect officers for 2021-2022 school year. All interested candidates please refer to Canvas announcement for the link for applications. DEADLINE is 5/10 8pm.
  • Congratulations to NJROTC Cadet Elias Haddad from the STEM Academy for finishing in the top 10 % of approximate 1000 competitors in the National JROTC Air rifle competition, He was also recently selected to compete in the 2021 USA Shooting National Rifle Junior Olympic Championships Program in Hillsdale, Michigan. He will be competing in the Smallbore Rifle and Air Rifle courses of fire, all the best!
  • Attention all PCTVS faculty and staff; The month of May officially marks the "Let's Move In Schools" campaign across the country. With the warmer weather and the end of a unique school year approaching, why not get moving with a little friendly team competition by participating in the Teacher SEL Committee's Let's Move in Schools Challenge. Beginning Monday, May 17th, interested participants will work together as a team to earn points based on simple individual activities in which members engage in related to health and fitness. The team with the most points at the end of the challenge will win a wellness prize! If you are interested in joining our Let's Move Challenge, please email Lori Henry or Natalie Peragallo by Friday, May 14th in order to organize teams and learn more about contest rules.
  • Attention Juniors! Are you stressing over your college essay? Join the PCTVS Virtual College Essay Writing Workshop and learn the tips and tricks for a successful college essay. Check your teacher's Canvas page for more details and links to join.
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Tennis (M)
    Opponent: Wayne Valley
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 3 (PCTVS) vs. 2 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the boys tennis team on their 3-2 victory over Wayne Valley. The bulldogs were led by singles players Raul Joshi, Mike Saykali and Jacob Silverman. The team improved their overall record to 5wins and 3 defeats with the victory
May 7
  • PCTVS Weekly Affirmation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7LV3qgfmho
  • Attention Juniors! Are you stressing over your college essay? Join the PCTVS Virtual College Essay Writing Workshop and learn the tips and tricks for a successful college essay. Check your teacher's Canvas page for more details and links to join.
  • Attention Class of 2022! Join the Double Good Popcorn fundraiser and raise money for your class. There are a variety of popcorn to choose from delivered right to your home. The fundraising link is posted in classroom and canvas. Download the app and start selling to your friends and family. This fundraiser is only open until Friday 5/7 and the top three sellers will receive a prize! Any questions? Contact one of your advisors! Good luck!
  • The PCTVS Book Club is sponsoring a district-wide poetry contest. The Theme is Pandemic Poetry--how has the pandemic affected you? Show your creativity! Prizes will be given for the top three poems. Sign up by 5/7 at: https://forms.gle/SUazrSsodAghdTMk7. Poems are due on 5/28. Questions to Mrs. .
  • Attention All HOSA members. Are you a leader? The time has come to elect officers for 2021-2022 school year. All interested candidates please refer to Canvas announcement for the link for applications. DEADLINE is 5/10 8pm.
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Golf (F)
    Opponent: River Dell
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 253 (PCTVS) vs. 254 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The girls golf team got a win against River Dell at Soldier Hill golf course on Thursday. The Bulldogs were led by Kyra Mcvaugh and Kaylee Lall who had the low scores. The bulldogs got contributions from Laisha Chavez, Janaya Green and Thea Westhelle with Demiche Mckenzie recording the final and winning counting score to give the ladies a one stroke victory for the day.
May 6
  • PCTVS Weekly Affirmation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7LV3qgfmho
  • Attention Juniors! Are you stressing over your college essay? Join the PCTVS Virtual College Essay Writing Workshop and learn the tips and tricks for a successful college essay. Check your teacher's Canvas page for more details and links to join.
  • Attention Drummers! Any student interested in auditioning for and joining Marching Band Drum Line or Pit for next year’s fall season should attend rehearsal this Thursday from 3:00 – 5:00 via Webex. Email Mr. Bennett () for details and the Webex link.
  • Attention Class of 2022! Join the Double Good Popcorn fundraiser and raise money for your class. There are a variety of popcorn to choose from delivered right to your home. The fundraising link is posted in classroom and canvas. Download the app and start selling to your friends and family. This fundraiser is only open until Friday 5/7 and the top three sellers will receive a prize! Any questions? Contact one of your advisors! Good luck!
  • PCTVS, who doesn't love Panera?! The PCTI Class of 2024 is holding a dine-to-donate event this Thursday, May 6th from 4-8 pm. You can order online, eat in, curbside or rapid pickup your fav Panera food and then just show them a paper or digital version of the flyer sent to your email or even use the code PRFUND and order online.
  • The PCTVS Book Club is sponsoring a district-wide poetry contest. The Theme is Pandemic Poetry--how has the pandemic affected you? Show your creativity! Prizes will be given for the top three poems. Sign up by 5/7 at: https://forms.gle/SUazrSsodAghdTMk7. Poems are due on 5/28. Questions to Mrs. .
  • Good morning seniors! There are 834 of you and only 564 responses on our last graduation form, sent on 4/29. We need the remaining 270 seniors to click on the link sent via email from Ms. Ramirez, right now. The graduation details you're all asking about depend on those responses. Please respond yes or no, immediately. You can disregard if you already filled it out.
  • Attention All HOSA members. Are you a leader? The time has come to elect officers for 2021-2022 school year. All interested candidates please refer to Canvas announcement for the link for applications. DEADLINE is 5/10 8pm.
Game Results
  • Team: JV Volleyball (M)
    Opponent: Wayne Valley
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 1 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The junior varsity boys volleyball team extended their winning streak to five games by defeating Wayne Valley, 2-1. The team fell into an early hole, but rallied with contributions from every single player to secure the huge program win. Alex Moore, Dominic DiBari, Jordan Marin, Stephan Sauer, and Burhan Siddiquie led the Bulldogs' resurgence in the second and third sets to secure the victory. The team is now 6-2 on the season and will be playing their next game at home against Ramapo on Monday.
  • Team: Varsity Volleyball (M)
    Opponent: Wayne Valley
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The varsity boys volleyball team defeated Wayne Valley in two sets on Tuesday to improve their record to 6-3.
  • Team: Varsity Football (F)
    Opponent: Shabazz
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 18 (PCTVS) vs. 13 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the Girls Flag Football team for defeating Shabazz 18-13 and improving their record to 2-0! The offense was led by senior Jade Ramos-Henkel who ran for 2 touchdowns and also threw another to sophomore Delanie Morrissey. Melanie Herrera, Zoe Nelson, and Holy Nitro all recorded an interception on defense. The Bulldogs will be on the road this Sunday, 1:00pm at Indian Hills.
May 5
  • PCTVS Weekly Affirmation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7LV3qgfmho
  • The Muslim Student Association will be meeting this Wednesday, May 5th from 3:00 pm to 4:45 pm. A link will be posted on Google Classroom.
  • Attention Juniors! Are you stressing over your college essay? Join the PCTVS Virtual College Essay Writing Workshop and learn the tips and tricks for a successful college essay. Check your teacher's Canvas page for more details and links to join.
  • Attention Drummers! Any student interested in auditioning for and joining Marching Band Drum Line or Pit for next year’s fall season should attend rehearsal this Thursday from 3:00 – 5:00 via Webex. Email Mr. Bennett () for details and the Webex link.
  • Attention Class of 2022! Join the Double Good Popcorn fundraiser and raise money for your class. There are a variety of popcorn to choose from delivered right to your home. The fundraising link is posted in classroom and canvas. Download the app and start selling to your friends and family. This fundraiser is only open until Friday 5/7 and the top three sellers will receive a prize! Any questions? Contact one of your advisors! Good luck!
  • PCTVS, who doesn't love Panera?! The PCTI Class of 2024 is holding a dine-to-donate event this Thursday, May 6th from 4-8 pm. You can order online, eat in, curbside or rapid pickup your fav Panera food and then just show them a paper or digital version of the flyer sent to your email or even use the code PRFUND and order online.
  • The PCTVS Book Club is sponsoring a district-wide poetry contest. The Theme is Pandemic Poetry--how has the pandemic affected you? Show your creativity! Prizes will be given for the top three poems. Sign up by 5/7 at: https://forms.gle/SUazrSsodAghdTMk7. Poems are due on 5/28. Questions to Mrs. .
  • Good morning seniors! There are 834 of you and only 564 responses on our last graduation form, sent on 4/29. We need the remaining 270 seniors to click on the link sent via email from Ms. Ramirez, right now. The graduation details you're all asking about depend on those responses. Please respond yes or no, immediately. You can disregard if you already filled it out.
  • Attention All HOSA members. Are you a leader? The time has come to elect officers for 2021-2022 school year. All interested candidates please refer to Canvas announcement for the link for applications. DEADLINE is 5/10 8pm.
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Lacrosse (M)
    Opponent: Hawthorne
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 11 (PCTVS) vs. 1 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The Boys Lacrosse team dominate Hawthorne 11-1. Dallas Pollock had 4 goals. Nick Vander May added another 3 and finished with 4 assists as well. The boys lax team will look to keep the train rolling when they host Passaic Valley this Saturday.
  • Team: Freshman Volleyball (M)
    Opponent: Wayne valley
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 1 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the freshman volleyball team defeating Wayne Valley at yesterday’s match. The team fought through three games to secure their first win of the season. Congratulations bulldogs!
  • Team: JV Volleyball (M)
    Opponent: Wayne Hills
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The junior varsity boys volleyball team defeated Wayne Hills, 2-0. The team has won four games in a row and improved their record to 5-2 on the season. Edward Bashkanji, Omar Shaabna, Michael Evans, Kasper Szyller, and Dominic DiBari led the attack. Great job!
  • Team: Varsity Tennis (M)
    Opponent: Hackensack
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 4.5 (PCTVS) vs. 0.5 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the boys varsity tennis team with there 4-1 victory over Hackensack. The boys varsity team has improved their record to 4 wins vs. 2 defeats.
May 4
  • PCTVS Weekly Affirmation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7LV3qgfmho
  • Attention Juniors! Are you stressing over your college essay? Join the PCTVS Virtual College Essay Writing Workshop and learn the tips and tricks for a successful college essay. Check your teacher's Canvas page for more details and links to join.
  • The Muslim Student Association will be meeting this Wednesday, May 5th from 3:00 pm to 4:45 pm. A link will be posted on Google Classroom.
  • The Book Club is collecting new and gently used books in support of the African Library Project--we are helping to create a Community Library in Lesotho. Club members are sponsoring Jeans Days on May 5th and May 6th to pay for transporting the books. Students can pay [525].00 and faculty and staff can pay .00 to wear jeans to school. After Spirit Week, it will be hard to go back to khakis! Book donations will be taken through the end of May. Information about the book drive can be found at: https://sites.google.com/pcti.tec.nj.us/book-drive/home
  • Attention Drummers! Any student interested in auditioning for and joining Marching Band Drum Line or Pit for next year’s fall season should attend rehearsal this Thursday from 3:00 – 5:00 via Webex. Email Mr. Bennett () for details and the Webex link.
  • Attention Class of 2022! Join the Double Good Popcorn fundraiser and raise money for your class. There are a variety of popcorn to choose from delivered right to your home. The fundraising link is posted in classroom and canvas. Download the app and start selling to your friends and family. This fundraiser is only open until Friday 5/7 and the top three sellers will receive a prize! Any questions? Contact one of your advisors! Good luck!
  • PCTVS, who doesn't love Panera?! The PCTI Class of 2024 is holding a dine-to-donate event this Thursday, May 6th from 4-8 pm. You can order online, eat in, curbside or rapid pickup your fav Panera food and then just show them a paper or digital version of the flyer sent to your email or even use the code PRFUND and order online.
  • The PCTVS Book Club is sponsoring a district-wide poetry contest. The Theme is Pandemic Poetry--how has the pandemic affected you? Show your creativity! Prizes will be given for the top three poems. Sign up by 5/7 at: https://forms.gle/SUazrSsodAghdTMk7. Poems are due on 5/28. Questions to Mrs. .
  • Come out to support the Girls Flag Football Team tonight at 6:30pm as they take on Shabazz in their home opener. This will be the first home Girls Flag Football game in school history. Good luck Lady Bulldogs!
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Softball (F)
    Opponent: West Milford
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 8 (PCTVS) vs. 3 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Olivia Barat came in with a big bat hitting a homerun and three RBIs! Jessica Gonzales had 2 RBIs and Leah Debrecki went 3 for 4. Kate Juskiewicz had 9 strikeouts.
  • Team: Varsity Golf (M)
    Opponent: Bergen Tech
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 205 (PCTVS) vs. 230 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to our PCTI boys golf team for winning the Liberty Division championship on Monday. Helping lead the team to victory over rival Bergen Tech was James Pettibone, Tyler Cammarota, Matthew Antonucci, and Nathan Basa. This victory brings the teams record to 12 and 8 on the season.
May 3
  • PCTVS Weekly Affirmation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7LV3qgfmho
  • Attention Juniors! Are you stressing over your college essay? Join the PCTVS Virtual College Essay Writing Workshop and learn the tips and tricks for a successful college essay. Check your teacher's Canvas page for more details and links to join.
  • Let us congratulate Jakiah Choudhury, Naima Bari, and Salma Ullah who competed this past Saturday at state level of the National History Day competition. Only the top two winners for each category across the entire state of New Jersey go on to compete at nationals, and this year their website on "The Forgotten Fannie Lou Hamer: Communication and the Civil Rights Movement" won and will be up for national recognition. Go Bulldogs!
  • The Muslim Student Association will be meeting this Wednesday, May 5th from 3:00 pm to 4:45 pm. A link will be posted on Google Classroom.
  • The Book Club is collecting new and gently used books in support of the African Library Project--we are helping to create a Community Library in Lesotho. Club members are sponsoring Jeans Days on May 5th and May 6th to pay for transporting the books. Students can pay [525].00 and faculty and staff can pay .00 to wear jeans to school. After Spirit Week, it will be hard to go back to khakis! Book donations will be taken through the end of May. Information about the book drive can be found at: https://sites.google.com/pcti.tec.nj.us/book-drive/home
  • Come out to support the Girls Flag Football Team tomorrow night at 6:30pm as they take on Shabazz in their home opener. This will be the first home Girls Flag Football game in school history. Good luck Lady Bulldogs!
  • Attention Drummers! Any student interested in auditioning for and joining Marching Band Drum Line or Pit for next year’s fall season should attend rehearsal this Thursday from 3:00 – 5:00 via Webex. Email Mr. Bennett () for details and the Webex link.
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Softball (F)
    Opponent: Passaic
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 4 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Kate Juskiewicz was the winning pitcher throwing a perfect game!
  • Team: JV Volleyball (M)
    Opponent: Eastside
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The junior varsity boys volleyball team defeated Eastside, 2-0. This marked the team's third straight win and improved their record to 4-2 on the season. The team was paced by kills from Burhan Siddiquie, Edward Bashkanji, and Domonique Wright. Dominic DiBari led the team in assists and Paul Yanarelli, Ronnie Carrasco, and Wilken De Guzman did a great job in the back row. The team's next game is today at Wayne Hills.
  • Team: Varsity Baseball (M)
    Opponent: Wayne Valley
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 13 (PCTVS) vs. 3 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the varsity baseball team on their 13-3 six inning win over Wayne Valley on Saturday. The bulldogs fell behind 3-0 but fought back to end the game early with a 10 run differential. Christian Pareja picked up his second win of the season. The team improved to 6-1 on the season and will be on the road today vs. Clifton at Nash Park at 4:00.
  • Team: Varsity Volleyball (M)
    Opponent: Eastside
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The varsity boys volleyball team continued their winning streak against Eastside on Friday. The team is now 4-2. Senior Annas Alhayek continued adding to his cumulative weekly kill total with 12 more kills, making his 4 game total grow to 63.
  • Team: Varsity Lacrosse (F)
    Opponent: Waldwick
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 8 (PCTVS) vs. 7 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The Girl's Lacrosse Team added another win to their record in overtime against Waldwick. Melissa Amezquita, Sofia Corage and Julia Foti each had 2 goals. Sophia Abuharthieh and Ashley Santangelo added 1 goal a piece. Charlie Lewis and Amanda Burns each came in with 1 assist. The Lady Bulldogs are now 5-1.