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Thank you for serving!

We congratulate the following parents and teacher for being selected to serve on the School Improvement Council (SIC):

Janet Cofield, Mary Beth Russell, and Quinton Tucker


Thank you to our Parent Ambassadors, Ramy Harik and Ligia Guerra, for representing PHES for the 2019-2020 year!

Thank you for your dedication to our school!

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Counselors’ Corner

We love our School Counselors! The PHES School Counselors serve the following grades:

Mrs. Broam (grades 4K-2) email:
Mrs. Miller (grades 3 & 4) email:
Mrs. Mishoe-Coon “Ms. M-C” (grade 5)

Beginning October 28, PHES will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week. Red Ribbon Week is a nationally recognized event bringing student awareness for a lifetime of healthy habits.

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We congratulate the following PHES Cougars!

We applaud PHES students Tomas C., Ayleen C., and Cristiane H. as all three have exited from the ESOL program. We thank Tomas C. for being a featured speaker at the Lexington One Exit Celebration in September.

featured speaker

Safety Patrol:
Abby K., AJ W., Anderson H., Bailey R., Bryce E., Charlie O., Coleman G., Jack L., Jake L., Kailey H., Kendall W., Myracle  R., Raelyn C., Reagan B., and Saniya W.

Flag Helpers:
DeSean L. and Caleb S.

School Store:
Calahan M. and Emmy M.

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Red Ribbon Week – Oct. 28-Nov. 1

Monday, October 28:
“Send a message about being drug-free.” Students will receive pencils.
Tuesday, October 29:
“RED”y to be drug-free!” Students will wear red and enjoy a red snack today.
Wednesday, October 30:
“Sock it to drugs.” Wear your crazy socks on your journey.
Thursday, October 31:
“Say Boo to drugs!” Students will receive stickers.
Friday, November 1:
“Team up against drugs!” Wear your favorite team’s colors today.

Red Ribbon Week was developed in 1988 to promote an awareness of the dangers of alcohol and other drugs. This week was developed to honor the memory of Enrique Camarena. During this week, we will have special activities to educate our students on the dangers of drugs and the importance of making positive choices. 2019’s theme is Send a Message. Stay Drug Free™.