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1 PARKWAY SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL Volume 31 Issue Hanna Road Manchester, MO November 2006 Dear South High Community: It is a wonderful feeling to know we passed Proposition R. Thank you for investing in the future of our children and the schools in our community. Your support and generosity will provide us the necessary revenues to renew and refresh the structure of our school system. This past weekend I was with several South High parents and we discussed the feeling of relief that the additional money will provide to our school budget and class sizes. The more we talked, the more I realized how important this victory was to the entire Parkway community. I am most energized by the knowledge that 59% of the voters said yes to us. It seems to me this is a strong, powerful statement to South s faculty and staff that you value our work preparing your children for their years after high school. After the Thanksgiving break, we will begin to develop the budget for next year. We will retain all the lessons we learned on how to stretch a dollar, and I know we will take great pride in exploring ways to make the additional money go even farther to satisfy more needs. The beginning of November marks the end of our fall athletic season and the beginning of our winter athletic and fine arts performance seasons. Recently I had the chance to listen to our outstanding vocal music students, and two days later watch the jazz group perform their concert. The month of December provides opportunities to see our band concert, the fall drama production Noises Off and one additional concert from our vocal group. This is the time of year that provides you a chance to appreciate the many different kinds of talents our students possess. May I suggest you bring your family to school and share the richness of a South High performance this season. It will be an inexpensive evening rich in the magic of magnificent holiday music -- the stuff of memories, to be sure. Time together is the greatest gift we can give our loved ones at the holidays. Please remember the thousands of troops overseas that are spending their holidays away from their family and friends. I am thankful for their personal sacrifices to protect us and support our country. Hopefully we can all find a way to support them, too. Gary S. Mazzola Principal Patrice A. Aitch Ronald D. Banfield, Ed.D. Paula A. Hopkins Barbara G. Moore Stephen M. Oldenburg Sarah C. Yancey Assistant Principals Phone: Fax: Once again my parents are returning home from Arizona and hopefully they will bring some of their warm weather with them. The older I get the less enthusiastic I am about a white Christmas; I suppose that puts me another level higher on the age-o-meter of life. I m also looking forward to our son Mike returning from college. It will be great to have the complete family home again, even if it is just for a couple of weeks. Who wouldn t want to have both of his sons at home making the most of their opportunities to poke fun at their dad? They take great pride in ganging up on me and I can t even write them a detention! All humor aside, I hope you find time to share your blessings with your family and friends. I certainly feel that this is a special year to be thankful in Parkway. Thanks again to the South community for reinvesting in us. Have a wonderful holiday season and I look forward to seeing you at one of our upcoming events. With Patriot Pride, Gary Mazzola Principal

2 PATRIOT NEWS DECA NEWS Congratulations to the newly elected DECA officers and representatives for the school year! President: Kelsey Kotur Vice President: Lauren Ahlers Secretary: Natalie Como Treasurer: John Fox Marketing Directors: Jenny Faber and Hannah Price Historian: Jenna Hack Executive Board Members: Ashton Gannon and Luke Graham Class Representatives: Monica Blasi, Brittany Bordoli, Austin Calloway, Ashley Conine, David Delcau, Taylor Dickies, Kyle Gould, Liz Harrell, Lisa Hellmich Sam Meador, Justin Mills, Megan Norman, Hina Rena, Chris Richmond, Ricky Robinson, Jessie Rohlman, Brittany Simpson, Stephanie Swanson and Sara Wymer. A group of 27 Parkway South DECA students recently attended the Fall Leadership Conference at the Lake of the Ozarks, where Lauren Ahlers, John Fox and Kelsey Kotur, received best role play in their divisions. Kyle Gould also received an award for an exceptional score on his Mini-Competitive Event Exam. SLAC COUNCIL The Parkway School District Superintendents Leadership Advisory Council, comprised of students from all five Parkway Schools had their first meeting with superintendent, Dr. Robert Malito. Students on the council from Parkway South are: Rachel Barron, Colin Bush, Colleen Campbell, Lourdesline Cine, Hermance Fortune, Laura Heck, Veronica Lowe, Kristi Mazdra, Nisha Mitra, Claire Pohle, Charles Portwood, Neal Richardson, Ena Selimonic, Doug Weidman, and Sam Wright. SLAC members are currently working on a district wide cultural project. KEY CLUB Key Club is off to a great start this year. Eighty one members strong, they have embarked on several community service activities. Students helped at the Des Peres Lodge Monster Bash party and the Haven of Grace event at the Magic House. In addition they helped Santa's Helpers, a not-for-profit group, wrap hundreds of presents to give kids at Christmas. For their November 8th meeting Key Clubbers collected new winter hats, gloves or scarves to donate to Circle of Concern. If anyone from the community would like to donate to this collection, they can bring items marked KEY CLUB to the South High Office up until December 13th. On December 13th they will be sponsoring an American Red Cross Blood Drive at South High in Gym C. Walk-ins are welcome from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. In addition to anyone 17 and older being welcome to give blood, 16 year olds will now be allowed to give blood, if they have a permission form signed by their parents. Signups for students will begin the end of November at all four lunches. Anyone giving blood must have a photo I.D. The club officers for this year are Lindsey Ring, President; Cissy Yang, Vice President; Maggie Walck, Secretary; and Kelsey Kotur, Treasurer. PSH Key Club sponsor is Barb Ryan. PATRIOT CAFETERIA Students have the opportunity to make purchases from the after school healthy snack bar daily from 3-3:15 p.m. POS (point of sale) accounts or cash may be used to make these purchases. 2 STUDENTS TO TRAVEL TO STUTTGART, GERMANY Dr. David Miller is making plans for German students to visit Stuttgart, Germany next June to repay the visit made by the Hegel Gymnasium last May. Any interested students should speak with Dr. Miller as soon as possible. He may be contacted at or in room 2207 or via NEWS FROM THE NURSE Laura Salivar (RN, BSN, NCSN) would like to take this opportunity to remind parents of the medication policy at the high school. These guidelines have been established by the board of education. PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION The students authorized prescriber shall provide a written request that the student be given medication during school hours. The request shall state the name of the student, name of drug, dosage, frequency of administration, route of administration and prescriber s name. A prescription label will suffice. A parent/guardian shall provide a written request that Parkway School District comply with the authorized prescriber s request to give medication. OVER-THE-COUNTER MEDICATIONS Students in grades 9-12 may carry their own over-the-counter medication and consume or apply this medication as directed. The medication must be in its original container and the student must carry a written statement from the parent/ guardian requesting self-administration. Students with asthma or any potentially life-threatening allergies or respiratory illness may carry with them a selfadministration metered-dose inhaler or other rescue medication. Forms and documentation for these emergency medications will be kept in the nursing office. Thank you in advance for your cooperation. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Salivar at

3 PATRIOT NEWS SUPER SOUTH SPEAKERS START STRONG The Parkway South speech and debate squad placed fourth in the Parkway Classic in late October. Awards were won by the following students: Olivia Cosentino, 1st in novice oratory, Cathy Campbell, 2nd in novice Public Forum Debate, Laura Heck, 2nd in novice Public Forum Debate, Ryan Campbell, 2nd in Impromptu Speaking, Eric Francis, 2nd in Radio Speaking, Shivani Vaid, 3rd in Novice Public Forum, and Saddie O'Bryant, 3rd in Novice Public Forum. An additional finalist was Kyle Malinowski. The students are coached by Ms. Brigid Dolan, Mr. Mark Kozeny and Mrs. Rebecca Pierce. LEE S SUMMIT SPEECH MEET SUCCESS The South debaters and speakers traveled to Lee's Summit early in November, competing at their largest meet in the season so far. Finalists were Kyle Malinowski (2nd in Oratory) and Eric Francis (5th in radio speaking). Semifinalists were Ryan Campbell, Maggie Howard, MaRayun Neals; all debaters were strong in their arguments regarding national health care and multinational diplomacy. JUDGES NEEDED FOR JANUARY SPEECH MEET The South Speech and Debate Squad will be hosting their annual tournament for about thirty schools on Friday, January 12, Many judges are needed to help make this a positive event for a lot of students. If you have an interest in being entertained and/or informed while you do South a service, please contact Mrs. Pierce at or before January 5. There will be an optional instructional workshop on Tuesday, Jan. 9, at 7:00 in Room 2217; here's a chance to find out what you need to know to judge extemporaneous speaking, oratory, radio, poetry reading and/or humorous/dramatic interpretation. Thanks in advance for your help! MATH CLUB Congratulations to the math club who placed 2nd among large schools in the St. Dominic GPML math competition on October 2nd. The 6 team members were David Huang, Tao Liao, Qing Yang, Cindy La, Sharon Xu, and Doreen Zhang. Special congrats go to David Huang, Tao Liao, Doreen Zhang, and Sharon Xu who all qualified to advance to the state GPML competition in April. Team awards went to David Huang, Sharon Xu, and Doreen Zhang who placed 2nd in the Relay Round, and Cindy La, Qing Yang, David Huang, Tao Liao, Doreen Zhang, and Sharon Xu who placed 3rd in the Team Round. Individual awards went to Sharon Xu who placed 1st in the 10th grade Sprint Round and 2nd in the 10th grade Target Round, David Huang who placed 1st in the 12th grade Target Round, Tao Liao who placed 2nd in the 12th grade Target Round, and Doreen Zhang who placed 3rd in the 10th grade Sprint Round. Great job Math Club, on a great showing in the 1st big competition of the year! Early Release Days Students dismiss at 12:45 p.m. Wednesday, 1/24 Thursday, 3/1 Wednesday, 4/11 Wednesday, 5/2 BUZZ BOOKS There are still Buzz Books for sale in the school store daily from 7:15 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. The price is $15 apiece or two for $20. If you have already purchased a book (or two) and you ve noticed that some of the pages were incorrectly printed, please return the book(s) to the bookstore. The PTO will gladly replaced all books with the new and improved version. Sorry for the inconvenience. ALL SUBURBAN HONOR CHOIR Congratulations to ten South High students who were selected for the All- Suburban Honor Choir in October. The students have to identify key signatures, sight-read a single line of music, sight-read four part music and perform a solo. The following students were selected as members into this ensemble: Sopranos Allison Dismore, Nehle Jungekrueger*, Lauren Massey Lindsey Ring and Maggie Rowland* Altos Angela Belding*, Wendy Jennings* and Laura Unverfehrt Basses Danny Beene* and Greg Bohling* Jonathan Owen is the PSH choir director. (*Astersisks beside a name indicates that of all the students auditioning, they scored in the top 20 for their voice part and will be eligible to audition for the Missouri All-State Choir.) COLLEGE SAVINGS PLAN FOR MISSOURI RESIDENTS Missouri has a Section 529 college savings plan known as MOST. Contributions you make to the plan are deductible on your Missouri Income Tax return up to $16,000 per year per married couple. All earnings on the plan are tax free if the money is used for your children's college or other post-secondary education expenses. An account can be opened for as little as $ Your child does not need to attend a college in Missouri for these tax benefits to be received. For further information, call or go to 3

4 ANNOUNCEMENTS HEALTH STUDENTS EARN CERTIFICATION Congratulations to the following students in Ms. Deeker s health classes who have earned their Red Cross first aid and CPR certification: Mostafa Abdel-Hamid, Luke Andrea, Rene Angevine, Leslie Appelbaum, Kyle Artan, Sharifa Bari, Kaylie Bauer, Nick Becker, Katelynne Burghardt, Toron Butler, Artemio Carbajai, Chris Card, Brad Clawges, Rebecca Clay, Kelsey Connell, Katie Cooper, Stephen Cooper, Jenny Costello, Ibranim Dawod, Ryan Debolt, Leah Deffenbaugh, Michael Delcau, Jason Dong, James Doyle, Anela Fakic, Ford Fanter, Trish Ferrer, Cathy Fienup, Mason Gaddis, Lauren Gajdosik, Kristen Hartke, Laura Jones, Taylor Jones, Kiran Joseph, Josh Kahl, Kyle Ketsenburg, Usman Khan, Annie Kramer, Stacey Larson, Lauren Lee, Ryan Lund, Stephanie Marcellino, Mike Merriman, Marcus Miller, Anthony Mitchell, Maggie Molaskey, Amy Morrow, Erin Murphy, Brooke Norath, Emily Ofstedal, Kyle Olivarri, Olivia Perry, Deonte Pierson, Emily Prasad, Corbin Presson, Joey Princivalli, Aaron Rasbury, Laura Richardson, Sandra Sarafijanovic, Katie Schmelzle, Aziza Seay, Andrew Sifrig, Kelsey Skau, Josh Smith, Liz Smith, Amber Stanfill, Brooke Stockwell, Rory Sullivan, Alec Sydlow, Jenny Teator, Sarah Beth Truesdell, Ali Unter, Kevin Wallace, Joe Wandersee, Ryan Weldon, Jonathan Wells, Felicia Williamson, Christian Wirick and Carrie Zeller. MATH TUTORING Extra help is available each Academic Lab in room Mrs. Boyce and her Honors Math Analysis students will be providing assistance in Algebra I / II, Geometry, College Prep Math and Math Analysis. If your child needs assistance with a math assignment, please encourage him or her to visit room 1707 during AcLab. AFS Ever wonder what you can do to help change the world, beginning with life in your own community? By opening your home and sharing your family with a high school student from another country, you can help to build bridges of intercultural understanding and make a World of Difference. To learn more about AFS, call Debbie Veatch at or the AFS office at AFS-INFO. You can also send an to or check out our website at We currently have eight AFS students living with host families at Parkway South. You are invited to attend presentations given by these AFS students each month. Everyone is welcome. Everyone is welcome to attend the presentations given by our AFS students usually on the second Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. in room Be sure to mark these dates on your calendar and plan to attend. 1/16: Maria: Portugal Liz: Turkey 2/13: Maria: Peru Na: Thailand 3/13: Ayumi: Japan Mira: Indonesia???????????????? AFS TRIVIA NIGHT AFS Trivia Night will be Saturday, February 3, 2007.???????????????? LUNCH MONEY DEPOSITS Deposits may be made into a student s cafeteria lunch account daily in the red metal, wall-mounted boxes which are located in the bookstore and in the cafeteria serving area. Deposits must be made before 9:30 a.m. to be available for use that day. Checks should be made payable to Parkway Food Service. BETA CHI PI The alumnae of Beta Chi Pi Science Honor Society would like to announce acceptance of the following new members. Seniors: Melissa Collins, Ian Dietrich, Kevin Doak, Alex Duello, Ashton Gannon, Jeff Goodwin, Emily Hoehn, Kelsy Hoffman, David Huang, Nikki Mahan, T.J. Miles, Delsey Salisbury, Cameron Sweeney, Lauren Wessling and Sarah Young Juniors: Paul Dalba, Scott Elrod, Josh Ferguson, Tim Hassett, Don Hogan, Kelly Laurent, Cori McGrath, Krystle Pickler, Daniel Regan, Sarah Ruediger Sarah Smith and Rachel Vaught Please congratulate these young scientists on their achievement. The club s spring membership application window will open on February 5th to encompass those students who qualify with first semester grade points in science. Beta Chi Pi students will help with elementary district level science fair project grading in February. Beta Chi Pi will be at Oak Brook's Science night on March 1st presenting a Star Tour in the star lab planetarium. The Halloween decorations produced by Beta Chi Pi students in the science hall were fabulous and informative, such as Dracula's display gave information on Blood Typing, the Skeleton display gave information on bones and decomposition, the Spider display included web function, patterns and strengths. One group called the "Dead Scientist Society" created tombstones with epitaphs of famous scientists. Thank you to everyone who purchased an Entertainment coupon book from one of the club members, we still have several books left if you would like to buy one, call Please continue to keep clipping boxtops for education from General Mills products and send them to school with your child. Boxtops can be given to any science teacher or turned in to Mrs. Gremmelsbacher in room

5 ANNOUNCEMENTS LIT-MAG CLUB (Literary Magazine) Lit-mag Club is up and running!...writing, sketching, reading, pondering, editing and dreaming Come share your poems and stories or read someone else s. Artists of all kinds welcomed! Be there or be an equilateral four-sided figure. Mondays, 3-3:55 p.m. in room 2422 with Ms. Nalbandian. Come when you can, leave when you have to NCTE WINNERS Best wishes to seniors Linda Holyoke and Cissy Yang for receiving the 2006 National Council of Teachers of English Achievement Award in Writing. Last academic year, schools nominated 2080 juniors, and 606 were chosen as outstanding writers. Linda and Cissy were two out of only seventeen recipients from Missouri. ST. LOUIS ALL-SUBURBAN BAND AND JAZZ BAND Congratulations to the following students for making the St. Louis All-Suburban Band and Jazz Band. The students prepared an audition for Monday night Nov. 6 with hopes of being selected to perform with the best band musicians in the St. Louis Suburban area. Chelsea Lundberg--7th chair flute Chris Richmond--10th chair Bb clarinet Tom Winterrose--2nd chair alto saxophone Ryan Meinkoth--1st chair tenor saxophone Chris Kepley--9th chair trumpet Paul McCain--10th chair trumpet Michelle Rowe--3rd chair French Horn Jeff Goodwin--3rd chair trombone Jeff Deutschmann--4th chair trombone Samson Mensteab--Piano in Jazz Band These students have earned the opportunity to audition for the Missouri All-State Band the first weekend of December. The St. Louis All-Suburban Band will rehearse 3 times and perform a concert at Pattonville High School on Sunday January, 7 at 2:00 pm. The concert represents the finest musicians in the St. Louis area and is free to the public. WINTER WEATHER SCHOOL CLOSING INFORMATION When Parkway School District will be closed for weather-related reasons, information may be found on the following sites: INTERNET TELEPHONE SNOW RADIO KMOX 1120 AM The Beat FM KLOU FM MAJIC FM ALL-SUBURBAN HIGH SCHOOL HONORS ORCHESTRA The following students have successfully auditioned for the All- Suburban Honors Orchestra: Erin Dodds - violin Jon Gunasingham - violin Kelsey Hoffman - viola Robert Jackson - bass John McCain - violin Lauren Whitaker - violin These students will attend practices sessions which will culminate into a concert performance on Saturday, January 13, Bravo! Best wishes to these talented musicians. YEARBOOKS ON SALE Order your yearbook early and save $$$! Yearbooks are on sale now in the bookstore for $40. The price of the book will go up to $50 at the beginning of the second semester (January 16, 2007.) Buy early and save! TELEVISION KTVI Channel 2 KMOV Channel 4 KSDK Channel 5 SCIENCE ACHIEVEMENT Congratulations to senior, Cissy Yang, who was named one of the Seimen s finalists for This is a very esteemed accomplishment, earned by only a small percentage of students who are selected to participate in their program.. A MESSAGE FROM THE SOUTH HIGH AMBASSADOR As this year s Ambassador for South High, I d like to encourage you to please contact me with any possible new stories about our school. Share the great news about student and staff accomplishments, unique classroom learning activities or lessons, great photo opportunities and special events! I m here to help you share information with the community. The Ambassador program is comprised of volunteers who assist Parkway s Public Affairs Department in communicating information about our schools. I look forward to hearing from you! You may contact me by calling Sincerely Barb Anderson South High Ambassador 5

6 MISCELLANEOUS DETAILS THE LIBRARY LOWDOWN South High s Library continues to hum with activity as we continue the school year. Since the beginning of the year, we have averaged six classes a day in the library. We serve 75 students during each Academic Lab. These numbers do not include the number of students that start and end each day in the library before and after school, or the students that visit us at lunch. We have great resources for research, wonderful fiction books and magazines to read for pleasure and great databases to check out on PANDA. If you haven t had the pleasure of experiencing South High s Library and its online catalog, do not hesitate to come in for a visit and / or go online to We are a great place to be! Another great place to be is in the library talking about your latest book that you have read to members of South High s Book Club. We meet approximately every other Monday, in the library from 3 to 4pm. Snacks are provided. Books that have been selected this year include: Casino Royale by Ian Fleming The Pact by Jodi Picoult Eragon by Christopher Paolini Demon in My View by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie Second Glance by Jodi Picoult The next meetings are Dec. 11, Jan. 22, 2007, Feb. 5, Feb. 26, Mar. 12, Apr. 9, Apr. 23, and May 7. Everyone is welcome to join in this fun. SUBSTITUTE NURSES NEEDED Parkway School District is seeking substitute school nurses for elementary, middle and high school levels. Candidates must have a RN with current Missouri License, CPR Certification, (training can be arranged) and the ability to work well with children and adolescents. If you are looking for interesting and rewarding work close to home, please consider being a substitute. Complete orientation provided. Please send resume or apply in person at Parkway School District, 455 North Woods Mill Road, Chesterfield, MO HONORED TEACHERS Congratulations to the following teachers who were honored in Who s Who Among America s Teachers : Dr. Brian (Pat) Conley, English Mr. Scott Degitz, math Mrs. Michelle Dempsey, English Mrs. Terri Heller, business Mr. Dave McFarland, P.E. Mrs. Vicki Poecker, foreign language Mrs. Martha Roper, health Mrs. Kathy Scheff, science SPANISH CLUB A big gracias to all Spanish club members who helped to decorate halls for homecoming! The finished product was terrific and couldn t have been done without the spirit and cooperation of all. Thank you to all who supported the Spanish club by dining at Red Robin back on October 23rd. The proceeds will be used to fund club activities for the year. Make plans to attend monthly meetings in room And don t forget to order your club t-shirt from Profe Kientzel as soon as possible. MEGSL CONFERENCE PSH math teacher, Jim Haskins, was selected to present a workshop at the annual Math Educators of Greater St. Louis conference which was held at Clayton High School in early November. Mr. Haskins presented a session titled Do You See What I See? Congratulations, Mr. Haskins. SEPTEMBER NHS TEACHER OF THE MONTH Congratulations to Mitch Stevens for being selected as the NHS Teacher of the Month for September. Mr. Stevens has been at South High for the past seven years as a social studies teacher after spending a year at Lafayette and some time as a permanent sub before that. Returning to PSH to teach was a homecoming of sorts for Mr. Stevens as he is a South High grad. Mr. Stevens has also done a great deal of coaching. He worked several years as the boys and girls volleyball coach and is currently the head coach for the boys basketball team. Mr. Stevens is also an athlete himself. His USA Volleyball team won the US Open a few years ago. Mr. Stevens is married and in his free time enjoys hiking and mountain climbing. He has already bagged over 16 of the 14,000 foot mountains in Colorado. When not busy coaching he plays lead guitar in the band Top Shelf. Congratulations, Mr. Stevens! 6

7 COUNSELING Important Events Mid December PSAT Test Results Mid December FAFSA Forms Available January Semester Exams January 25 Curriculum Evening, 7 9 p.m. (Snow Date February 1) February - Registration Mid February PLAN Test Reviewed with 10 th graders Mid February Sign Up for AP exams Seniors NOW IS THE TIME TO: Complete all remaining applications for college admissions, including two and four year schools. Fill out FAFSA forms after January 1 and PROFILE forms if needed for financial aid. Be sure to check the individual schools financial aid deadlines. Stay in contact with financial aid offices at your colleges Students who have made no plans for after high school need to be in contact with their counselors immediately. Juniors The PSAT test results arrive in the middle of December. Please encourage your son or daughter to pick up their results from their counselor. The results as well as the test booklet will assist students in the preparation for the SAT tests that they may wish to take this spring or next fall. Juniors have met with counselors for post-secondary planning workshops. Junior English teachers brought their classes to the Counseling Loft during the month of November. Each junior received materials that deal with post-high school planning. Specific information was given on college admissions testing. Individual meeting will continue to take place as juniors discuss graduation credits and post-high school plans with their counselor. If your student missed these workshops, he or she should see his/her counselor individually for the information. ACT ONLINE TEST PREP The Counseling Department recently changed the online websites that we purchase. Not enough students were utilizing the ACT Discover Program, so we dropped that website and are now purchasing ACT Online Test Preparation. This website allows students to study and practice for the ACT by taking a diagnostic test and two practice tests. The site identifies students who need remediation and provides study paths for all students. This program can be accessed from any computer with internet capability. Juniors received their access code during junior workshops and seniors can receive their username and password by seeing Mrs. Gerike in the College and Career Center. TEST DAY TIPS FOR THE ACT/SAT» Get plenty of rest the night before the test.» Dress comfortably. Some test centers are warmer or cooler on weekends than during the week. Consider dressing in layers, so you'll be comfortable no matter what the room conditions.» Check your admission ticket for the location of the test center you have been assigned to.» If you're unsure where your test center is located, do a practice run to see how to get there and what time you'll have to leave home to arrive by 8:00 a.m.» Plan to arrive by the time indicated on your admission ticket, normally at 8:00 a.m. If you arrive earlier than 7:45 a.m., you might have to wait outside.» Make sure you have photo identification. You will not be admitted without proper ID!» Be ready to start after everyone has been checked in» Remember to bring your calculator! 7

8 COUNSELING Transcript Release Form The Counseling Department would like a transcript release form on file for every junior and senior as soon as possible. The form has been given to every senior during Senior Planning Workshops and every junior during Junior Planning Workshops. They were also given out at Junior Parent Night. Please have your son or daughter return the form to Cathy Tegels in Counseling if you have not already done so. Official Transcript Request Policy 1. A Transcript Release Form must be signed by a parent/guardian or an 18-year old student before a transcript is sent. 2. Official transcripts are automatically sent along with college applications that have been given to the counselor. Counselors need a minimum of 10 days to process applications/transcripts. 3. All other official transcript requests to the registrar must have a 24-hour notice. This includes: transcripts to be mailed, faxed, or hand carried. 4. After you have sent 10 official transcripts during a school year, there is a $3 charge for each additional transcript sent. If your student has left Parkway, their transcript is available at South High for one year. After a year, they should contact the Parkway Student Development Office at POINTERS FOR PARENTS Parents, here are some ideas to help you support your child s learning Ways to Motivate Your Child to Learn Emphasize positive attitudes and values honesty, fairness, respect for teachers, respect for the rights of others. Be sure that you set a good example by demonstrating these values Have regular talk sessions where family members share their interests, problems, and activities. Listen to your teen s questions and ideas. Show respect for her thoughts and feelings. Organize household schedules and responsibilities. Everyone should have at least one regular chore to finish on time. Take time every day right after school, at supper and before bedtime to talk with your child about school. Support your child s interest. If he likes music, encourage him to take a music class, or go to the library and borrow a book on the subject. Talk with your child about the future. Help her understand that schoolwork is preparation for her future. Subscribe to newspapers and magazines to stimulate interest in the outside world instead of the focus just being on your teen s world Help your child develop a personal library. Give books as presents. Take pride in your child s report cards and work. Keep a portfolio of essays for example so that you and your child can enjoy seeing how she has progressed Ways to Communicate and Cooperate with Your School Join the PTO and PALS group Get acquainted with the school principal and your child s teachers early in the school year Take part in school activities regularly. Show your interest and support by attending PTO and PALS meetings, parent-teacher conferences, school plays, sports events, college planning events, etc. Volunteer to help with fund-raising events and other special activities at school. Call or teachers or school officials if you have questions about assignments, grades, or school policies. It s better to ask questions than to be in the dark. Be sure to notify school within 24 hours when your child is absent. Teachers can view absences as excused or unexcused. Make arrangements to pick up homework from school during long absences. Don t wait until 12 th grade to start thinking about planning for after high school. Attend PALS meeting to meet with counselors and Counseling Programs planned for Parents. The above suggestions were developed by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and the Missouri PTA Association. South High Counselors personalized these ideas. 8

9 PTO, PALS AND THE COMMUNITY November / December 2006 A huge THANK YOU to everyone that voted in support of Prop R. It is a great victory for all the students in our district. A special thanks to South High's building coordinator Kristi Garcia for all her hard work on the campaign. Special thanks to all the South High parents that helped on the committee either through South High or with your middle or elementary school. Hundreds of volunteers gave many, many hours to this important project. Thanks to all the participants in the Current Realities process last year and a big thanks to the Prop R campaign chairs, Jo Ann Miles (South area parent) and Jenny Hosch. Thanks to everyone who helped to Renew the Parkway Promise. PTO committees are working hard to support the students and staff as we get closer to winter break and 1st semester finals. Thanks to all the parents that provided treats and snacks for teacher appreciation activities and the custodial appreciation dinner. A big thanks to Barb Anderson and her committee of parents, staff, and students for a successful Kids Vote experience on November 7th. Special thanks to Neana & Monty Montgomery and their committee for their work on Teacher Grants. We hope you are reading this newsletter on-line at pshwired.net. We realize there is a lot of frustration over the timeliness of the newsletter delivery. We are bound by the "bulk mail" postal procedures which have taken up to a month to deliver this newsletter to your home. As soon as the newsletter is finished, paper copies are in the main office and it is posted to the school website, The webmasters are busy working on improvements to the website and are anxious for you to see it. By the time you see this, we will have tried our first morning PTO meeting, held in November. We will have one more morning meeting (February 13th at 9 a.m.) to give all parents an alternate time to attend. We welcome your feedback on meeting times. Our December meeting will be a Holiday Dinner meeting on December 12th at 7 p.m. Please RSVP to Kathy Saitz at if you plan to attend. The January 16th PTO meeting will be at 7 p.m. in the South High Library with a speaker on mental wellness for our teenagers. Please plan to attend and learn more about this important topic. Enjoy all the wonderful concerts and programs South High has to offer this time of year. It is a great opportunity to see the many diverse talents of our students. Lynn Winterrose and Linda Maloney PTO Co-Presidents PALS & PTO WELCOME SPEAKER Steve Estopare, Director for the Mental Health Association of Greater St. Louis, will be speaking with parents at the January PTO meeting. Steve will answer questions about mental wellness and the teenager in this fast paced society. Steve is a softball coach and a father of a teenage daughter. He is also an expert in suicide. He will talk about warning signs, as well as intervention resources available to teens and parents in our area. Please join us on January 16th at 7 p.m. in the library as the PALS groups and your PTO welcome this wonderful and informative speaker. PALS 2010 ATTENTION FRESHMAN PARENTS Have you been to a PALS meeting yet? To make sure you are on the contact list for the next PALS 2010 event, contact: Barb Pohle ( ) PALS 2007 GROCERY GIFT CARDS Don t forget to buy grocery gift cards from your favorite senior. The senior class is selling the gift cards to help fund the after graduation party. All South High families will want to sign up for the new Schnucks community card program to automatically have 1-3% of your purchases credited to the current year senior class PALS group. Contact Denise Cunningham ( ), Laurie Fahey ( ) or Debbie McEnery ( ) to sign up now. IMPORTANT PALS 07 PARENT MEETING Mark your calendars: Thursday, January 18, 2007, is a very important Senior Parent meeting at 7 p.m. in the Commons area. We will be discussing the AfterGrad party and everything that needs to be accomplished for it. Come prepared to volunteer to help with this final event of your senior's high school experience. We need at least 150 parent volunteers the evening of the AfterGrad event, as well as volunteers for duties that happen prior to that evening. AfterGrad is a fun, lock-in party for seniors that follows graduation. It is alcohol and drug free and includes games, contests and giveaways. AfterGrad will be May 18, 2007 from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m at the DoubleTree Hotel & Conference Center in Chesterfield. Looking forward to seeing everyone on January 18! If you have questions or need information, please contact Denise Cunningham at or Deb McEnery at or Laurie Fahey at

10 PALS 2007 NEW FUNDRAISER We are introducing a new Fundraiser for PALS 2007 called the Scrip program. You can order gift cards to a number of restaurants, grocery store, gas stations, home improvement stores, clothing stores, department stores, and travel locations. You get Dollar for Dollar on your purchases. Pay $25 and receive a $25 card. Some cards can be used at multiple places. Gap- Banana Republic, Gap and Old Navy Macy s-marshall Fields, Filene s, Foley s, The Jones Store T.J. Maxx- Marshalls and Home Goods Laundry s- Joe s Crab Shack and numerous others Red Lobster- Bahama Breeze, Olive Garden, and Smokey Bones BBQ William Sonoma- Pottery Barn and Hold Everything The Scrip program then pays us a percentage of your purchase. As we approach the holiday season please keep this in mind. You can check out the website and see the full list of merchants. Any merchant on the list may be ordered by writing your selection on the order form. Payment must be included when you order. We will take MasterCard or Visa for gift cards that pay 5% or better and checks or cash for any card on the list. You can turn in orders a number of ways. 1. Drop off order form to Laurie Fahey or Debbie McEnery 2. Mail order form with a stamped self addressed envelope to Laurie Fahey 332 Redwood Forest Ct Ballwin, MO You can turn your order into one of the grocery cards sellers and have the seller return the cards to you. (See list of sellers below.) 4. order to Laurie Fahey at Phone in order to Laurie at The turn around time will be 1-2 weeks. We have to pay for the shipping of the cards therefore we need to have orders from several families before placing a master order. Grocery card sellers Debbie Anway Janet Bakula Joan Becker Jayme Campa Donna Collins Lori Combs Denise Cunningham Linda Doak Kim Dykas Laurie Fahey Marian Goodwin Karen Loomis Linda Mazzola Debbie McEnery Deb McGrath Charlotte Meany Karen Modde Lisa Riordan June Tullock Pam Worlund 10

11 PACCD / THEATRE NEWS Parkway Parents Advisory Council for Children with Disabilities Invites all parents, staff, students, and community to Social Skills & Teaching Your Child To Be a Self-Advocate Wednesday, January 31, :00 p.m. Parkway South Middle School 760 Woods Mill Road PATRIOT PAVILION Directions: Parkway South Middle School is located on Highway 141 (Woods Mill Road) between Clayton Road and Manchester Road. You can turn east into the school at the stop light between Dutch Mill and Clayworth Drive. For further information about the PACCD, contact us by mail at NOTE: All meetings are held in a physically accessible location. If anyone needs an interpreter or other accommodations in order to attend and participate, please call at least 4 business days prior to the meeting date. THE PSH THEATRE DEPARTMENT PRESENTS: Noises Off! By Michael Frayn An outrageously funny look at the love, lies, and deceit that take place behind the scenes as a group of ridiculously inept stage actors rehearse a Broadwaybound play. Wednesday, 11/29: Matinee 3:30 p.m. Thursday, 11/30: Evening 7 p.m. Friday, 12/1 & Saturday 12/2: Evening 7p.m. Sunday, 12/3, Matinee 2 p.m. The cast includes Danielle Arter, Becky Champion, Nick Collingwood, Paul Dalba, Ford Fanter, Ian Geary, Devin Hennessey, Ryan Ketsenburg, Kelsey Loughran, Meghan McEnery, Jamie Miller, Emily Ogle, Josh Saboorizadeh, Jon Seipp, Molly Stamper, Andy Walsh, Maggie Williams and Andy Zou. UPCOMING THEATRE EVENTS December 9, 2006: Drama Middle School Festival - all interested middle school students should either see their middle school drama teacher or call for details. December 14-19, 2006: Musical Auditions December 15, 2006: 5FD Improv Show #2 7pm $5 for tickets December 16, 2006: Parkway Improv Quad Competition South High Theatre $3 for tickets January 8, 2007: Man Cereal - Long Form Improv Show 7pm $3 for tickets THEATRE NEWS Kudos to the 5FD cast for great performances and lots of laughs enjoyed by audiences in the month of October. The cast included Danielle Arter, Liz Calloni, Chris Card, Paul Dalba, Joe Dobrynski, Devin Hennessey, Don Hogan, Margaret Howard, Vicky Larson, Meghan McEnery, Dan Pajor, Chris Porcelli, Kevin Shabel, Jessica Varner, Maggie Williams and Andy Zou. And congratulations to the following students who were selected to join the 5FD team this year: Rachel Boll, Megan Caratache, Michael Derstine, Brian Finn, Mitch Leitschuh, Jordan Noel, Josh Ray and Josh Saxe. The following students were cast in the Fall Play, Noises Off: Danielle Arter, Becky Champion, Nick Collingwood, Paul Dalba, Ford Fanter, Ian Geary, Devin Hennessey, Ryan Ketsenburg, Kelsey Loughran, Meghan McEnery, Jamie Miller, Emily Ogle, Josh Saboorizadeh, Jon Seipp, Molly Stamper, Andy Walsh, Maggie Williams and Andy Zou. The stage managers and students serving on tech crews include Lisa Fahey, Shannon Fahey, Margaret Howard and Michael Zucker. 11

12 PATRIOT RENAISSANCE Senior Honor Roll - 1 st Marking Period November / December 2006 Michael Abrams, II Jeffrey Abromowitz Benjamin Bakula Ryan Black Gregory Brenton Carolyn Butterworth Matthew Conley Rashank Dhar Ian Dietrich Kevin Doak Lisa Fahey Eric Francis Mark French Glen Givarz Jeffrey Goodwin Kyle Gould Jonathan Gunasingham Jessicah Hard Connie He Kelsy Hoffman Linda Holyoke David Huang Nur Humairah Nathan Baker Christopher Belics Mallory Bell Katherine Benning Anna Bjur Brittany Bordoli Kenan Brown Warakorn Charoenrat Andrew Cistola Caitlin Croft Kathryn Ellrich Steven Garcia Elli Gentile Connor Greulich Daniel Haas Andrew Hackman Quentin Hall Geoffrey Hanrahan Andrew Hartmann HIGHEST HONORS Ayumi Kani Gloria Kim Ann Knopf Scott Langley Moyang Li Diane Ma Nicole Mahan Kyle Malinowski Christina Manolis Sakshi Mathur Stephanie Maxwell Matthew Mazzola Allison McGrath Amy Miller Amer Mulaosmanovic Mariam Nawas Carina Pautz Marisa Penn Megan Pohlman Amy Primm Jordan Reynolds Stephanie Rudd Kelsey Salisbury Chelsea Sax HIGH HONORS Ryan Henderson Kristi Hobbs Kristina Hopper Renee Jones Kelley Kollef Kelsey Kotur Meghan Kraus Emily Krumm Natalie Kuehn Timothy Lenger Tao Liao Jonathan Meany Julia O'Brien Devon Pritchett Jacqueline Rendine Elyse Richardson Michelle Rowe Taylor Russom Christian Schaefer Husain Shekhani David Shelton Joseph Siegel Divya Sivakumar Elizabeth Smith Jennifer Stratmann Cameron Sweeney Veronica Szostalo Caroline Tanner Laura Unverfehrt John Vasquez Roma Vora Paul Walker Pengcheng Wang Margaret Williams Cissy Yang Sarah Young Michael Zucker Gulbiz Semiz Chinn-Woan Shih Tyla Stewart Kayla Strauss Alexandria Uhter Shivani Vaid Margaret Walck Claire Walker Patrick Wallace Angela Weber Philip Woodson Jing Xue Lauren Ahlers Thomas Altemeyer Jared Barbee Andrea Beckerle Haylee Berry Renee Borcherding David Brown Thomas Buchanan Brittney Bufford Steven Campa Ryan Campbell Caitlin Cassidy Benjamin Castiglioni Rebecca Champion Melissa Collins Andrew Cooper Ryan Dauernheim Michael Davydov Maria De La Barra Emily Dickerhoff Crystal Dunk Caitlyn Emmett Brandon Evensen Timothy Ferlis Krista Fernandez Ashton Gannon Alexander Gentile Alexander Gonzalez Lucas Graham Elizabeth Harrell Kristen Hartke Lauren Hodges Molly Hollenbach Syed Jawaid Michael Juleskusky Kathryn Keating Kristin Kollef Vladimir Kulish Melissa Lachance Ian Lastarria Alex Levering Karin Li Maxwell Lim Anthony Linhares Danielle Lopez Sharmeen Marghoob HONORS Kristen Marlow Christopher Massmann Ann Mathew Chad Mayer Lauren Mayer Blake McGath Ryan Meinkoth Jessica Metroff Carly Meyer C. Joseph Miller Valerie Mixco Rebekah Nielsen Andrew Nilges Andrea Nugent Valerie Nyemchek Jennifer Parra Elizabeth Prosch Alexandra Queathem Tamara Rasbury Rachel Rath Lori Reed Nicole Rehmer Patrick Riordan Drake Scott Marc Sease Kseniya Seliverstova Andrew Simpson Alicia Snyder Nadja Strikovic Erica Taylor Jessica Thornton Jennifer Tullock Matthew Victor Kiley Vujnich Emily Wagner Sarah Weber Michael Wendling Lauren Wessling Dustin Wexler Dominique Williams Tyler Worlund Alexander Zinovchik CONGRATULATIONS to all students who have earned a place on South High s Honor Roll. HIGHEST HONORS 4.0 or higher GPA HIGH HONORS GPA HONORS GPA 12

13 PATRIOT RENAISSANCE Junior Honor Roll - 1 st Marking Period November / December 2006 Lauren Ahlers Thomas Altemeyer Jared Barbee Andrea Beckerle Haylee Berry Renee Borcherding David Brown Thomas Buchanan Brittney Bufford Steven Campa Ryan Campbell Caitlin Cassidy Benjamin Castiglioni Rebecca Champion Melissa Collins Andrew Cooper Ryan Dauernheim Michael Davydov Maria De La Barra Emily Dickerhoff Crystal Dunk Caitlyn Emmett Brandon Evensen Timothy Ferlis Krista Fernandez Ashton Gannon Alexander Gentile Alexander Gonzalez Lucas Graham Elizabeth Harrell HIGHEST HONORS Kristen Hartke Lauren Hodges Molly Hollenbach Syed Jawaid Michael Juleskusky Kathryn Keating Kristin Kollef Vladimir Kulish Melissa Lachance Ian Lastarria Alex Levering Karin Li Maxwell Lim Anthony Linhares Danielle Lopez Sharmeen Marghoob Kristen Marlow Christopher Massmann Ann Mathew Chad Mayer Lauren Mayer Blake McGath Ryan Meinkoth Jessica Metroff Carly Meyer C. Joseph Miller Valerie Mixco Rebekah Nielsen Andrew Nilges Andrea Nugent Valerie Nyemchek Jennifer Parra Elizabeth Prosch Alexandra Queathem Tamara Rasbury Rachel Rath Lori Reed Nicole Rehmer Patrick Riordan Drake Scott Marc Sease Kseniya Seliverstova Andrew Simpson Alicia Snyder Nadja Strikovic Erica Taylor Jessica Thornton Jennifer Tullock Matthew Victor Kiley Vujnich Emily Wagner Sarah Weber Michael Wendling Lauren Wessling Dustin Wexler Dominique Williams Tyler Worlund Alexander Zinovchik Hannah Allee Beyene Amor Patrick Beggan Angela Belding Sarah Brandt Lauren Brimer Kathryn Campion Lisa Cannon Alanna Cirio Morgan Conway Emily Crabtree Caitlin Dalton Joseph Deutschmann Kelly Doyle Alexandra Duello Casey Godin Andrea Hediger Erica Heitzman Margaret Howard Kaitlin Kraft Kelly Laurent Peter Leicht Amy Loup HIGH HONORS Monica Manegre Cori McGath James Meyer Lindsey Morrison Lindsay Newby Sarah Owens Danielle Poe Jessica Ramirez Daniel Regan Catherine Renna Christopher Richmond Brianna Robinson Elisabeth Roeleveld Matthew Schloessman John Strzelecki Stephanie Swanson Joshua Travis Andrea Tubbs Andrew Van Genderen Laura Xiao Qing Yang Alison Yeck CONGRATULATIONS to all students who have earned a place on South High s Honor Roll. HIGHEST HONORS 4.0 or higher GPA HIGH HONORS GPA HONORS GPA Ayaz Ahmad Yumna Ali Kristin Anderson Alexandria Arends Danielle Arter Anna Aveytia David Bage Allison Barry Christina Battram Daniel Bell Monica Blasi Hannah Brewer Ryan Briggs Allison Brown Sarah Brule Colin Bush Nicholas Castellano Amanda Chambers Meghana Chilappa Alexis Clifton Marissa Cohen Ashley Conine Brittani Cooper Paul Dalba Samantha Davis Kelli Dennehy Allison Dismore Komrun Divanbeigi Kelsey Donovan Andrew Dunning Breanne Dunsworth Samantha Edster Ryan Ellis Lauren Gamel Patrick Gatti Ian Geary Nicole Gilbert John Gockley Gregory Harmon Lindsay Harper Thomas Hasheider Kelli Hawkins Sarah Henke Emmanuel Hibbler Donald Hogan Robert Jackson Benjamin Johnston Bonnie Jones HONORS Griffin Jones Kiran Joseph Farhia Kassim Jaclyn Kline Austin Klobe Kelly Kluthe Remington Knight Alyssa Kumpf Kelly Lahr Shareef Mahmoud Carissa Martin Allie Matlock Kristina Mazdra Ryan McCoy Megan McGrew Erin McKee Nicholas Meador Guadalupe Murillo Stephanie Murphy Spencer Musto Bilal Naji Ankhzaya Nyamsuren Kaitlin O'Hern Donald Ohl Daniel Pajor Krystle Pickler Alicia Pineda Claire Pohle Nijmeh Rapp Jessica Rohlman Sarah Ruediger Ayah Saleh Megan Schallom Edward Schneider Sarah Schroeder Ryan Seaman Christina Senay Brittany Simpson John Sinacore Eunice Theodor Alexandra Tibbles Francesco Todaro Timothy Treloar Gregory Vandas Gregor Weber Chelsea Wibbenmeyer Gene Winterrose 13

14 PATRIOT RENAISSANCE Sophomore Honor Roll - 1 st Marking Period Ramon Aboytes Katherine Albrecht Kyle Alexander Luke Andrea Daniel Batten Lauren Bordeaux Jacob Bray Catherine Campbell Bradley Clawges Rebecca Clay Stephen Cooper Jennifer Costello Madeline Cox Kristin Culbertson Ryan Debolt Leah Deffenbaugh Michael Delcau Kristine Dietrich Jason Dong Kourtney Dowler Naomi Dunlop Kelly Eaton Chelsea Egan Shannon Fahey Catherine Fienup Maureen Flaherty Lauren Gajdosik John Gannon Ann Marie Granich Jessica Haller Jennifer Hart Katherine Hibbett Benjamin Hoener Bradley Holaway Heather Howell Amanda Hunt Matthew James Laura Jones Brian Kenney Jacob Kirn Anne Kramer Lauren Kray HIGHEST HONORS Hannah Lapicki Stacey Larson Katherine Layher Ryan Lund Laura Maguire Patrick Maloney Stephanie Marcellino Vishesh Mathur Kelsey McGwnd Celia McManus Margaret Molaskey Erin Murphy Firas Naji Jeffrey Nolte Ryan Ochs Jenna Olson Alex Pang Ashley Pemberton Ian Peters Emily Prasad Laura Richardson Ashley Ridgdill Shanna Saunders Michael Schildroth Ryan Schulze Kaitlyn Schumacher Claire Seibel Jonathan Seipp Keval Shah Srishti Sharma Hasan Syed Lauren Tucker Danielle Vaclavik Laura Venn Joel Verhagen Andrew Williams Sarah Wilson Jacob Winders Victoria Wingbermuehle Xiaoran Xu Doreen Zhang Rene Angevine Fizza Batool Sara Baumann Curtis Beasley Allie Borders Grant Boyd Kelsey Byers Kevin Chervitz Andrew Demarco Taraneh Divanbeigi Lakeisha Gilcrease Stephen Ground Paige Hackworth Laura Heck Mostafa Abdel-Hamid Shahenda Ali Nathan Arnold Sharifa Bari Matthew Basler Arielle Black Rachel Boll Kyle Brennan Ian Brown Katelynne Burghardt Amanda Combs Kelsey Connell Faith Davis Nicole Declue Dijana Dizdarevic Keandra Douglas Kelly Erbar Anela Fakic Cornelia Fanter Christopher Ferlis Nathan Finder HIGH HONORS Joseph Holzer Zachary Jacobsmeyer Taleef Khan Jason Kuske Taylor Madden James Nagy Shivam Parbhu Nicholas Perko Megan Polsley Rachel Rendine Jacqueline Schmidt Chelsea Scott Brandon Shiao Adam Simpson HONORS Timothy Garvin Jonathan Gottschalk Danielle Hennessey Sydney Higgins Irma Husic Emalie Jacobs Matthew Jamboretz Dayna Jensen Taylore Johnson Curtis Kalin Jaclyn Krumm Melissa Kunz Kelli Manegre Allison McBryan Corbin McCarty Kelsey McGovern Paulos Mengsteab Vanessa Mixco Brooke Norath Austin Ogroski Olivia Perry Kelsey Skau Joshua Smith Kaitlyn Smugala Alec Sydlow Spencer Thomas Julia Unverfehrt Rebecca Vieker Matthew Waradzyn Ryan Weldon Felicia Williamson Carrie Zeller Alyssa Zvolanek CONGRATULATIONS to all students who have earned a place on South High s Honor Roll. HIGHEST HONORS 4.0 or higher GPA HIGH HONORS GPA HONORS GPA Patricia Saitz Sandra Sarafijanovic Ryan Schallom Bradley Schuman Michelle Scott Kevin Shabel Morgan Simpson Stacy Sloas Jennifer Smith Scott Sommerfeld Erik Staebel Brooke Stockwell Alec Tegels Kailen Tubbs Kevin Wallace Andrew Walsh Joseph Wandersee Anna Widener Meng Xia 14

15 PATRIOT RENAISSANCE Freshman Honor Roll - 1 st Marking Period HIGHEST HONORS HIGH HONORS Brooke Anway Kimberlee Arnold Louis Blanc Amanda Buehler Daniel Bugo Kenneth Champion Olivia Cosentino Christopher Costello Amy Cummings Erin Dalton Sara Davison Michael Derstine James Dingman Amber Dupuy Mary Elgin Mariam Farooqui Adam Faszl Margaret Gonzales Cara Gordon Holly Haddock Joy Han Alexander Heck Julia Hembree Merissa Hoffman Lindsey Howard Taylor Howe Manju Johny Elise Keller Mitchell Leitschuh Hongbo Liang Patricia Malinowski Haley Mann Megan Mason Taylor Maxwell Daniel McGrath Jamie Miller Carley Morrison Stephen Myers Angela Packwood Lisa Peng Laura Puckett James Reinholdt Madison Ridgdill Allie Riordan Camron Salisbury Joshua Saxe Megan Schroeder Cheridan Scott Diane Shen Cassidy Smith Erin Smith Bortsong Song Julie Stratmann Anh Tran Susan Treloar Paula Vaught Paul Vitale Cara Welker Craig Wilkins Spencer Wilson Seth Wilson Linda Zhang Hufsah Akbar Estefania Alejo Corey Axelson Chloe Babinski Grace Baker Samuel Bakula Abigail Bauman Amy Becker Lauren Briggs Paige Buchanan Seth Burton Rachel Bynum Nicholas Cistola Daniel Cohen Courtney Cooper Edwina Cooper Mario Coronado Samantha Cross Katherine Doyle Colleen Dunaway Alyssa Dunsworth HONORS Steven Ehrhard Rachel Emmett Sara Ewald Mary Frizzle Tyler Fuson Amanda Geile Allison Gillilan Leah Hoffman William Holowatuk Patricia Jackson Stephanie Kawula Cynthia Keating Katie Koloj Kevin Kotur Nicholas Langley Brian Lunceford Kaelin Majoros Madeline Marstiller Alexandria Meador Callie Mouser Lindsey Owens Sara Paracha Jasmine Parks Jessica Puckett Rebecca Puckett Jessica Ritter Alexandria Robinson Joshua Saboorizadeh Maggie Schmitt Emily Schmitz Renee Shiblom Kirsten Siegel August Skibbe Kayla Skinner Whitney Stack Caitlin Wagner Tess Walker Stephanie Ward Olivia Wilkes Christina Woods Catherine Young Alexandra Zielinski CONGRATULATIONS to all students who have earned a place on South High s Honor Roll. HIGHEST HONORS 4.0 or higher GPA HIGH HONORS GPA HONORS GPA Lucas Allison Rekeil Anderson Hawa Awad Crystal Banfield Samantha Behlman Samantha Bhambri Kaileigh Blood Matthew Boeding Mariah Brown Andrea Browning Sarah Bush Christopher Calvird Melissa Caratachea Alexandra Carmody Kyle Carmody Joseph Carmody Mark Carvallo Cydney Cary David Collier Jessica Crause Taylor Cross Olivia Dupuy Dakota Dvorak Kenna Echols Matthew Epplin Kayla Ewell Amna Farooq Daniel Fitzpatrick Olivia Fugate Amy Galucia Kasie Garcia Brett Gleason Umaire Gohar Kory Hamill Madeline Hardebeck Brian Hasenmueller Wesley Hentze Kelly Hoerner Michelle Hoevel Mary Hollenbach Robert Hunt Lilly Huxhold Kerry Jarvi Alexander Johnston Sarah Juelfs Alexander Kluge Victoria Kramer Alex Lee Rachel Lee Alissa Lindgren Michael Lombardo Zachary Lovell Angela Maher Amjad Mahmoud Kristy Martinez John McCain Justin Morrow Megan Mueller Alix Nestel Paxton Neubert Patrick Nolde Samuel Owens Jaclyn Parker Courtney Pena Taylar Pickett William Rath Kate Roberts Andrea Schnelker Ericka Seidel Andrew Shepherd Elizabeth Shiao Emily Skelton Michael Smith Lucas Sparks Katherine Spitznagle Thomas Stratman Jenna Valenti Bailey Wallace Megan White Alyssa Wilhelm Stephen Williams Brittany Willis Alexander Woodard Tina Zhang Kevin Zhao 15

16 Outstanding Citizenship - 5 or more O s Mostafa Abdel-Hamid Farah Abdi Kathryn Abeln Ramon Aboytes Michael Abrams, II Jeffrey Abromowitz Zachary Adams Ahmad Rami Adelby Lauren Ahlers Ayaz Ahmad Hussain Ahmed Ifrah Ahmed Eric Aikin Hufsah Akbar Katherine Albrecht Rawan Aldahhan Jamie Aldrich Kyle Alexander Hannah Allee Lucas Allison Thomas Altemeyer Beyene Amor Peter Anderson Kristin Anderson Luke Andrea Alyson Andrews Aaron Anthony Brooke Anway Douglas Anway Shaylyn Armstrong Rachel Arney Nathan Arnold Sara Arnold Danielle Arter Andrew Arth Elishia Atkins Jacob Auinbauh Anna Aveytia Hawa Awad Corey Axelson Chloe Babinski David Bage Grace Baker Samuel Bakula Crystal Banfield Katherine Barkman John Barnabee Braidy Barnett Allison Barry Fizza Batool Daniel Batten Christina Battram Abigail Bauman Sara Baumann Curtis Beasley Amy Becker Andrea Beckerle Patrick Beggan Samantha Behlman Angela Belding Daniel Bell Katherine Benning Christie Bernsen Haylee Berry Samantha Bhambri Bradley Bischoff Anna Bjur Ryan Black Louis Blanc Kaileigh Blood Matthew Boeding Denise Boewer Spencer Bogad Brittany Bogad Rachel Boll Andrew Boothe Allie Borders Ashton Bougeno James Bowers Amanda Bowlin Grant Boyd Bethany Bozzay Sarah Bozzay Jacob Bray Laura Breckwoldt Courtney Breeden Kyle Brennan Hannah Brewer Lauren Brimer Damon Brooks Jacob Brooks Kelly Brown Mariah Brown Samuel Brown Ian Brown Allison Brown David Brown Kenan Brown Sara Broyles Sarah Brule Michelle Bryan Paige Buchanan Thomas Buchanan Amanda Buehler Brittney Bufford Daniel Bugo Amie Burgess Katelynne Burghardt Joseph Burghardt Frederick Burns Brandon Burns Adrianne Burns Seth Burton Carolyn Butterworth Kelsey Byers Elizabeth Calloni Steven Campa Catherine Campbell Ryan Campbell Kathryn Campion Lisa Cannon Megan Caratachea Stephanie Carder Kyle Carmody Ryan Carrico Stephen Carter Cydney Cary Caitlin Cassidy Amanda Chambers Maria Champalimaud Kenneth Champion Rebecca Champion Warakorn Charoenrat Jennifer Chen Meghana Chilappa Ninita Chirino Caitlin Cincis Lauren Cincis Nicholas Cistola Andrew Cistola Rebecca Clay Alexis Clifton Stacy Clifton Stephanie Clifton Steven Clifton Daniel Cohen Marissa Cohen Nicholas Collingwood Brian Collins Melissa Collins Amanda Combs Kevin Combs Christine Combs Megan Compton Ashley Conine Matthew Conley Morgan Conway Edwina Cooper Stephen Cooper Andrew Cooper Timothy Corbett Kyle Cornell Mario Coronado Olivia Cosentino Jennifer Costello Blake Cotnoir Madeline Cox Daniel Crawford Caitlin Croft Taylor Cross Matthew Crowley Kristin Culbertson Amy Cummings Justin Dakich Paul Dalba Erin Dalton Caitlin Dalton Faith Davis Keith Davis Samantha Davis Sara Davison Benjamin Davison Maria De La Barra Blake Deatherage Nicole Declue Leah Deffenbaugh Michael Delcau David Delcau Andrew Demarco Kelli Dennehy Daysha Denson Michael Derstine Rachel Diamant Emily Dickerhoff Taylor Dickes Clayton Diefenbach Kristine Dietrich Ian Dietrich William Ding James Dingman Taraneh Divanbeigi Komrun Divanbeigi Brishae Dixon Dijana Dizdarevic Kevin Doak Joseph Dobrynski Eric Dodds John Doerries Kelsey Donovan Kourtney Dowler Katherine Doyle Kelly Doyle Alexandra Duello Colleen Dunaway Crystal Dunk Tiffany Dunk Naomi Dunlop Andrew Dunning Alyssa Dunsworth Breanne Dunsworth Amber Dupuy Dakota Dvorak Kelly Eaton Kenna Echols Kayla Echols Samantha Edster Mary Elgin Scott Elrod James Els Hannah Emery Rachel Emmett Ashley Enders Sara Ewald Nathan Ewald Shannon Fahey Lisa Fahey Anela Fakic Cornelia Fanter Crawford Fanter Amna Farooq Mariam Farooqui Adam Faszl Joshua Ferguson Christopher Ferlis Krista Fernandez Brendan Fetick Nathan Finder Amanda Fink Hannah Fischer Daniel Fitzpatrick Maureen Flaherty Cristina Flowers Hermance Fortune Patrick Fox Eric Francis Mark French Andrew Friedman Kristin Frisella Mary Frizzle Kara Fryman Olivia Fugate Karalee Fuller Alicia Fuller David Gahn Lauren Gajdosik Brittany Gallina Amy Galucia Lauren Gamel Rohan Gangopadhyay John Gannon Kasie Garcia Aaron Garcia Brandon Gargus Timothy Garvin Patrick Gatti Ian Geary Alexander Gentile Elli Gentile Michelle Gibson Lakeisha Gilcrease Allison Gillilan Andrew Gillilan Brett Gleason Katelyn Goeke Margaret Gonzales Katherine Gonzales Alexander Gonzalez Jeffrey Goodwin Cara Gordon Megan Gottlieb Jonathan Gottschalk Kyle Gould Lucas Graham Ann Marie Granich Stephen Ground Jonathan Gunasingham Kevin Gunn Melanie Guy Michael Guy Daniel Haas Andrew Hackman Holly Haddock Andrew Haddock Quentin Hall Jessica Haller Stephanie Haller Joy Han Geoffrey Hanrahan Jessicah Hard Evan Hardebeck Gregory Harmon Lindsay Harper Lindsey Harrison Jennifer Hart Michael Hart Whitney Harting Andrew Harting Brian Hasenmueller Thomas Hasheider Timothy Hassett 16

17 Outstanding Citizenship - 5 or more O s Derek Hauf Kelli Hawkins Molly Hays Connie He Alexander Heck Laura Heck Andrea Hediger Erica Heitzman Lisa Hellmich Julia Hembree Hannah Henke Sarah Henke Erin Hennessey Drew Henrichs Kalie Henthorn Wesley Hentze Katherine Herbig Margaret Heyduk Katherine Hibbett Emmanuel Hibbler Cole Hieronymus Sergei Himpel Maggie Hirschi Shannon Hock Molly Hoehn Emily Hoehn Benjamin Hoener Leah Hoffman Merissa Hoffman Kelsy Hoffman Donald Hogan Myeisha Holland Mary Hollenbach Molly Hollenbach William Holowatuk Linda Holyoke Lindsey Howard Margaret Howard Taylor Howe Heather Howell David Huang Karen Huhn Nur Humairah Amanda Hunt Jeffrey Hunt Lilly Huxhold Elizabeth Ikemeyer Patricia Jackson Robert Jackson Emalie Jacobs Zachary Jacobsmeyer Paul Jamboretz Matthew James Trinity James Kerry Jarvi Wendy Jennings Dayna Jensen Jesus Jimenez Taylore Johnson Amanda Johnson Alexander Johnston Manju Johny Matthew Jones Justin Jones Laura Jones Bonnie Jones Mackenzie Jones Andrea Jones Renee Jones Kiran Joseph Nehle Jungekrueger Curtis Kalin Farhia Kassim Stephanie Kawula Cynthia Keating Christine Keating Madeleine Keim Elise Keller Brian Kenney Adnan Khan Gloria Kim James Kirkpatrick Jaclyn Kline Kelly Kluthe Lauren Koblick Katie Koloj Kevin Kotur Kelsey Kotur Kaitlin Kraft Victoria Kramer Anne Kramer Meghan Kraus Lauren Kray Stephanie Krieger Irina Krotin Daniel Kroupa Emily Krumm Natalie Kuehn Alyssa Kumpf Cindy La Melissa Lachance Kelly Lahr Stephanie Landes Nicholas Langley Scott Langley Hannah Lapicki Stacey Larson Elyse Larson Ian Lastarria Stacey Launius Kelly Laurent Darren Lebeau Lauren Lee Daphne Lee Peter Leicht Mitchell Leitschuh Timothy Lenger Moyang Li Hongbo Liang Tao Liao Anthony Linhares Robert Loehr Michael Lombardo Colin Loomis Danielle Lopez Kelsey Loughran James Love Henry Lovelace Zachary Lovell Veronica Low Brian Lunceford Ryan Lund Chelsea Lundberg Nicole Lundt Diane Ma Matthew Machiran Brett Madden Laura Maguire Nicole Mahan Daniel Maher Amjad Mahmoud Kaelin Majoros Patricia Malinowski Kyle Malinowski Patrick Maloney Monica Manegre Haley Mann Christina Manolis Michael Marcanik Stephanie Marcellino Sharmeen Marghoob Kristen Marlow Katherine Marshall Madeline Marstiller Carissa Martin Lauren Massey Christopher Massmann Thomas Mathews Vishesh Mathur Sakshi Mathur Taylor Maxwell Stephanie Maxwell Chad Mayer Kristina Mazdra Matthew Mazzola John McBride Allison McBryan John McCain Paul McCain Caitlin McCommis Ryan McCoy Andrew McEnery Ian McEnery Meghan McEnery Kelsey McGovern Kelsey McGownd Daniel McGrath Cori McGrath Allison McGrath Blake McGrath Megan McGrew Erin McKee Celia McManus Michael McNichols Alexandria Meador Ryan Meadows Jonathan Meany Paulos Mengsteab Samson Mengsteab Brett Mertens Bethaney Merz Scott Mesler Nicholas Mester James Meyer Carly Meyer Morgan Mielenz Edward Miles Jamie Miller Michael Miller Timothy Miller Patrick Miller Amy Miller C. Joseph Miller Sucheta Mitra Valerie Mixco Samantha Moellenhoff Mitra Moghtader Said Mohamed Amber Mohrmann Margaret Molaskey Katherine Molaskey Craig Moore Ashley Moore Carley Morrison Lindsey Morrison Justin Morrow Matthew Mowdy Kenneth Mucalo Megan Mueller Christopher Mueller Eric Mueller Amer Mulaosmanovic Benjamin Mulch Guadalupe Murillo Patrick Murphy Erin Murphy Spencer Musto Stephen Myers Firas Naji Bilal Naji Kassandra Nappier Mariam Nawas Katherine Neer Paxton Neubert Maisie Newberry Lindsay Newby Alexander Newsham Ryan Niebruegge Rebekah Nielsen Lauren Nilges Andrew Nilges Jordan Noel Patrick Nolde Brooke Norath Duane Noyes Andrea Nugent Ankhzaya Nyamsuren Ryan Ochs Emily Ofstedal Austin Ogroski Kaitlin O'Hern Donald Ohl Jenna Olson Jonathan Omvig Katherine Ott Lindsey Owens Samuel Owens Sarah Owens Angela Packwood Daniel Pajor Alex Pang Shivam Parbhu Jasmine Parks Jennifer Parra Ankit Patel Lyndsey Patterson Carina Pautz Ashley Pemberton Courtney Pena Marisa Penn Olivia Perry Ian Peters Wesley Peterson Anthony Petralia Samuel Phillips Krystle Pickler Alicia Pineda Kanita Pisutewongse Danielle Poe Claire Pohle Megan Pohlman Megan Polsley Christopher Porcelli Charles Portwood Emily Prasad Benjamin Pratt Corbin Presson Hannah Price Amy Primm Devon Pritchett Elizabeth Prosch Jessica Puckett Laura Puckett Rebecca Puckett Michelle Quarles Alexandra Queathem Blake Rabon Jessica Ramirez Hina Rana Nijmeh Rapp Aaron Rasbury Bryan Rasbury Rachel Rath John Rea Lori Reed Daniel Regan Nicole Rehmer James Reinholdt Rachel Rendine Jacqueline Rendine Catherine Renna Breanne Revell Laura Richardson Alexandria Richmond Christopher Richmond Madison Ridgdill Ashley Ridgdill Allie Riordan Jessica Ritter Kate Roberts 17

18 Outstanding Citizenship - 5 or more O s Alexandria Robinson Brianna Robinson Elisabeth Roeleveld Roxanne Roewe Jessica Rohlman Michelle Rowe Margaret Rowland William Rucker Sarah Ruediger Thomas Rust Joshua Saboorizadeh Isabella Sa'freire Patricia Saitz Camron Salisbury Kelsey Salisbury Jennifer Samuels Davion Sanders Latrina Sannicolas Samantha Sansone Sandra Sarafijanovic Shanna Saunders Chelsea Sax Joshua Saxe Arielle Schaefering Carissa Schaeffer Ryan Schallom Amanda Schenkat Kirsten Schick Michael Schildroth Matthew Schloessman Jacqueline Schmidt Maggie Schmitt Emily Schmitz Kristin Schnur Megan Schroeder Sarah Schroeder Ryan Schulze Kaitlyn Schumacher Bradley Schuman Claire Schweitzer Alexandra Scott Cheridan Scott Chelsea Scott Michelle Scott Claire Seibel Jonathan Seipp Glynis Sekarski Ena Selimovic Kseniya Seliverstova Gulbiz Semiz Tyler Seuc Andrea Seward Kevin Shabel Keval Shah Srishti Sharma Husain Shekhani David Shelton Brandon Shiao Renee Shiblom Chinn-Woan Shih Allison Sicking Sara Sicking Kirsten Siegel Joseph Siegel Kathleen Sifrig Adam Simpson Morgan Simpson Brittany Simpson Andrew Simpson John Sinacore Noah Sipkin Divya Sivakumar Kelsey Skau Emily Skelton August Skibbe Kayla Skinner Susan Skinner Anne Skornia Sana Sleem Stacy Sloas Cassidy Smith Erin Smith Sarah Smith Elizabeth Smith Kaitlyn Smugala Karissa Snyder Alicia Snyder Scott Sommerfeld Bortsong Song Gary Sonnenberg Hnat Soroka Lucas Sparks Blake Spencer Ross Spencer Andrew Spitznagle Emily Stachurski Whitney Stack Erik Staebel Douglas Stalling Michael Stamper Molly Stamper Breona Starks Kate Steinlage Lucas Stevenson Tyla Stewart Brooke Stockwell Thomas Stratman Julie Stratmann Jennifer Stratmann Amanda Strauss Kayla Strauss Nadja Strikovic Lindsey Strothkamp Bradley Strubel John Strzelecki Kenneth Sullivan Madison Sullivan Stephanie Swanson Cameron Sweeney Alec Sydlow Hasan Syed Caroline Tanner Alison Taylor Alec Tegels Spencer Thomas Derek Thomas Derek Thompson Mollee Thompson Jessica Thornton Alexandra Tibbles Francesco Todaro Robert Toppins Anh Tran Vinh Tran Joshua Travis Susan Treloar Timothy Treloar Corina Tsopeis Kailen Tubbs Andrea Tubbs Lauren Tucker Molly Tyo Alexandria Uhter Kyle Unger Julia Unverfehrt Laura Unverfehrt Danielle Vaclavik Sushain Vaid Shivani Vaid Curtis Vallely Andrew Van Genderen Gregory Vandas Kevin Varley Caitlin Varley James Varner Jessica Varner John Vasquez Paula Vaught Rachel Vaught Bhavya Venigalla Laura Venn Joel Verhagen Matthew Victor Rebecca Vieker James Visintine Paul Vitale Melanie Volk Roma Vora Nabila Wadud Margaret Walck Thomas Walden Tess Walker Bailey Wallace Patrick Wallace Kathryn Wandersee Joseph Wandersee Pengcheng Wang Suzy Wargel Edward Watts Pamela Weakly Joseph Weber Brittany Weber Gregor Weber Angela Weber Douglas Weidman Cara Welker Michael Wendling James Wenzel Lauren Whitaker Megan White John White Chelsea Wibbenmeyer Anna Widener Alyssa Wilhelm Olivia Wilkes Timothy Wilkis Connor Williams Andrew Williams Ryan Williams Dominique Williams Margaret Williams Felicia Williamson Brittany Willis Seth Wilson Spencer Wilson Sarah Wilson William Wilson Jacob Winders Victoria Wingbermuehle Casey Winzen Jacob Wirick Christian Wirick Philip Woodson Tyler Worlund Meng Xia Laura Xiao Xiaoran Xu Jing Xue Qing Yang Cissy Yang Alison Yeck Catherine Young Sarah Young Ryan Zambruski Carrie Zeller Linda Zhang Tina Zhang Doreen Zhang Stella Zhang Diana Zhu Alexandra Zielinski Alexander Zinovchik Andy Zou Michael Zucker Emily Zupan Alyssa Zvolanek 18

19 CHEERLEADING CLINIC I Want To Be a Future Patriot Cheerleader! A cheerleading clinic will be held January 20, 2007 from 10 am-2pm at Parkway South High School for anyone interested K-8. Clinic will be sponsored by the South High Cheerleaders in Gym A. Participants will learn a dance, chant and cheer. Participants will eat pizza for lunch and receive a cheer t-shirt. Cost for clinic is $25. If you or your child would like to attend please mail in the bottom portion of this form as well as a check by January 5th to: Attn: Amber Booth South High Cheer Director Cheer Clinic 801 Hanna Road Manchester, MO The Future Patriot Cheerleaders are scheduled to perform at two halftime shows. The Girls Varsity halftime performance will be January 26 against Lafayette. Boys Varsity halftime show will take place on February 2 against Kirkwood. Actual times of performance will be announced at a later date. Hope to see you there! CHEERS! Cheerleader s Name: Guardian s Name: Grade: School they attend: Payment Type: T-Shirt Size: (Youth XS, S, M, L or Adult S, M.) Home Phone Number: Cell Phone Number: Address: Doctor s Name/Number / Questions? Contact Amber or call

20 PATRIOT RENAISSANCE Patriot Renaissance is currently in its third year of recognizing the educational achievements, outstanding contributions and citizenship of South High students through a process of recognition, reinforcement and reward. Our theme this year is... Treasure Your Future Patriot Renaissance would like to thank Millennium Club members and the new Star Club members for their generous donations to help support Patriot Renaissance this year: Millennium Club Members Steven & Patricia Bander Parkway South PTO Plato s Closet Star Club Members Alec & Brenda Blanc Kevin & Sue Cosentino Hans & Mary Dietrich Chris & Angie Haller Guy & Angela Hunt Dan & Diana Litsch John & Jana Revell Bob & Kathy Saitz RENAISSANCE COMMITTEE MEMBERS Student Members Ayaz Ahmad, Ifrah Ahmed, Ally Arends, Fizza Batool, Ashley Boesch, Allie Brown, Jen Chen, Meghan Chilappa, Olivia Cosentino, Kelly Doyle, Kayla Echols, Samantha Edster, Ashley Enders, Krista Fernandez, Hermance Fortune, Eric Francis, Samantha Gibson, Katie Gonzales, Lindsay Harper, Kelli Hawkins, Kaitlin Kraft, Cindy La, Lauren Massey, Sakshi Mathur, Vishesh Mathur Lindsey Morrison, Bekah Nielsen, Hina Rana, Breanne Revell, Sarah Schroeder, Srishti Sharma, Chelsea Wibbenmeyer and Andy Zou Staff Sponsors Patrice Aitch, Anna Avett, Melanie Autry, Sue Cosentino, Melissa Gacki, Joan Marie, Stacy Morgan, Becky Neil, Staci Noyes, Becky Pierce, Lauren Sutliff and Sandee Werner Academic Celebration Dessert Bar Students who have achieved Renaissance status are invited to attend the Academy of Excellence Dessert Bar. The criteria to receive a GOLDEN COIN for admittance is one of the following: Students who have earned a 3.25 or above Students who have increased their GPA by.5 Students who have perfect attendance since the beginning of first semester Students who earned 6 out of 8 O s for outstanding citizenship South Star Awards Recipients of this honor represent South s model students. Each staff member may choose one student per semester to present this honor. Students are awarded a medal at a special before school ceremony conducted by Mr. Mazzola. Parents and family are invited. 20

21 PLEASE SUPPORT November / December 2006 Individual Contribu- All community members are invited to support the Patriot Renaissance in one or more of the following ways: Patriot Renaissance Star Club Join the Patriot Renaissance Star Club by donating to the various levels listed below. A star with your name on it will be displayed throughout the school year. Business Partner Become a Business Partner by donating coupons, gift certificates, discounts or making a monetary donation to the Patriot Renaissance Star Club. Businesses Benefits of Business Partners include one or more of the following: Red Level - donation of $10 or more White Level - donation of $25 or more Blue Level - donation of $100 or more Platinum Level - donation of $500 or more Certificate of participation Recognition on the Patriot Renaissance Board located in the front foyer of the school Recognition in Patriot Renaissance Publications mailed to over 2,100 households and businesses Advertising and promotional opportunities Tax deductible contributions Names of Blue Level members will be listed in Renaissance Publications. Names of Platinum Level members will be listed in Renaissance Publications and displayed on the Renaissance board in the main foyer. Current Business Partners include Ben & Jerry s Ice Cream, Gaffney s, Jostens, Red Robin of Des Peres, Smoothie King and Wagner Portrait Group Current Millennium Club Members: Steven & Patricia Bander, Parkway South PTO and Plato s Closet Patriot Renaissance Support Card To achieve the goals of the Renaissance, we need your help. You can help us by contributing to one or more of the following: I would like to donate $ My place of business will match my donation I would like to donate gift certificates I would like to donate other incentives I would like to volunteer I would like to join the Millennium Club by pledging $100 annually for 10 years I would like someone to call me about the program Name: Phone: Fax: Address: Please return this form and your contribution to: Patriot Renaissance 801 Hanna Road Manchester, MO (314) Your contribution is tax deductible 21

22 ATHLETICS GIRLS TENNIS TEAM This was the first girls varsity tennis team in school history to win the District Tournament title. Also, Laura Richardson won the District singles tournament and took 6th place at the State Tournament! Varsity team members: Stephanie Clifton, Alex Duello, Megan Kraus, Stephanie Krieger, Kelly Lahr, Lisa McCarthy, MaRayun Neals, Danielle Poe, Rachel Rath and Laura Richardson. The team is coached by Nick Tanurchis. *ROLLER HOCKEY NEWS The Roller Hockey Club will be having try-outs for all teams; Varsity, JV and C at Queeny Park Rink on: January 3, 4-5:30 p.m. January 4, 4:30-6 p.m. January 5, 4:30-6 p.m. Try-out fee: $30 For more information call Kit Hieronymus (636) *Club Sports are not sponsored by the Missouri State High School Activities Association, but are funded by sources other than school districts and are parent-driven programs. ATHLETIC CONTACTS Athletic Director: Chip Allison Athletic Secretary: Becky Ellrich Coaches Room: Ext Athletic Fax: GIRLS GOLF TEAM The girls golf team just completed their best season ever with a JV record of 8-1 and a varsity record of 9-2. The varsity team of Katie Benning, Kate Griswold, Stephanie Murphy Kelly Osborne, and Kelsy Skau took 1st place in the Suburban West Conference tournament for the second year in a row. Both Kelly Osborne and Katie Benning, team co-captains, qualified at Districts to play in the State Tournament and are now ranked 11th and 60th in the state of Missouri, respectively. The team is coached by Paul & Vicki Poecker. GIRLS VOLLEYBALL Congratulations to the girls varsity volleyball team who recently wrapped up a successful season finishing The ladies lost to St. Joseph s Academy, 2-time Missouri State runner-up and a nationally ranked team, in the second round of district play. The Patriots almost knocked off the #1 seed after rebounding from a game one loss by winning game two 22-25, and losing game three The Patriots improved upon last year s 7th place finish in the Suburban West Conference to third behind Lafayette and Lindbergh. For five weeks the team was ranked in the top 10, or on the bubble, for large schools in the area. Seniors Melissa Collins, outside hitter who has verbally committed to play volleyball on a full scholarship at Bradley University, and Katie Povis, outside hitter, were both named to the first team All-Conference. Sophomores Jenny Costello, setter, and Becca Vieker, middle hitter, were named to the second team All- Conference. If your son or daughter is interested in playing volleyball please contact Carrie Steele via , or by phone BOYS BASKETBALL The basketball season is approaching quickly and preparations are already under way for another successful season. The varsity team had a busy off season competing at the University of Illinois and Meramec Community College team camps. Some player standouts were senior Julian Gilliam, junior Phil Atkins, and sophomore Ben Hoener. The fall season is already under way and the boys had a big victory over a team that had some of the areas best individual talent. Last year the varsity team finished the season with a record of 15-12, both the sophomore and freshman teams set school records for most wins in a season. *GIRLS LACROSSE 2007 Are you interested in joining the Lacrosse club team or just need more information? If so, contact Dawn Matlock ( ) or Sabrena Conine ( ). The 2007 parent/player meeting will be held in November. Check the school Lacrosse bulletin board and your for additional information. The coaches this year are: Kelley Lowry Varsity Seth Matlock J.V. Rita Hunt Freshman Fall leagues are starting soon! Check the Lacrosse bulleting board and your for details! *BOYS LACROSSE The 2006 season ended with a conference championship! Six players earned All Conference honors and one player earned All American honor. If you are interested in joining the boys Lacrosse team, check out their website at They are always looking for players to join the fastest game on two feet. 22

23 TEXAS HOLD EM NIGHT November / December 2006 PALS 2009 Presents: TEXAS HOLD-EM FUN NIGHT FEBRUARY 24, 2007 Elks lodge by Manchester ballpark OPEN TO EVERYONE AGES 21 AND OVER 6:30 Quick lesson for beginners 7:00 Event begins The cost for this evening is only a $20 per person donation, which will include 30 chips and snacks. Additional chips will be available to buy back in. There will be beverages available for purchase throughout the evening. PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED TO THE TOP 3! Hurry, we can only accommodate 100 participants, so get your reservation in quickly. To register, send in the form below, along with your check made out to PALS If you should have any questions, you may contact Joy Lapicki at or (636) *Benefits of this event go to PALS Class of Names of all players attending: Phone Number: $ Amt. Encl. Mail to: Joy Lapicki 605 Winding Oaks Place Ballwin, MO

24 January 16 February 7 February 10 March 16 March 22 March 23 - April 1 April 5 April 13 April 14 April 20 May 9-11 May 3 May 11 May 12 May 17 May 18 $60.00 graduation fee accepted at the bookstore January 16th through April 20th Senior Brunch during Academic Lab - Commons Winter Dance Special Olympics Prom Fashion Show Spring Break Graduation speeches given to faculty judges 6th block Graduation speeches given to senior class during ac lab Senior Citizen s Dance (senior class service project) Gym A, 1-4 PM Deadline for $60.00 graduation fee to be paid at the bookstore. Checks from seniors will not be accepted after this date. ALL FINES AND FEES MUST BE PAID FIRST. Senior Finals *Honors Evening - Gym A, 7 PM Seniors Last Day & Senior Picnic Prom - Adam s Mark - 6 PM - 11 PM *Baccalaureate - Gym A, 7:30 PM *Graduation - Queeny Park, 7:30 PM After Grad Party - Doubletree Hotel *Dress for these events is tie, dress shirt, and slacks for senior men and skirt, dress, or slacks outfit for senior women. Dates given are subject to change. 24

25 DATES TO REMEMBER DECEMBER Wed., 12/13 Key Club Blood Drive Gym C 8-1:30 p.m. Fri. 12/15 5 Finger Discount Tues. 12/19 Student / Faculty Basketball Game Thurs. 12/21-12/29 No School - Winter Break JANUARY Mon. 1/1 & Tues. 1/2 No School - Winter Break Wed. 1/3 School resumes Fri. 1/5 & Sat. 1/6 Crackerjack Novice Speech Meet Mon. 1/8 Advanced Improv Show Tues. 1/9 - Thurs. 1/11 Finals Thurs. 1/11 End of First Semester Fri. 1/12 No School (K-12) Professional Development Day / Records Mon. 1/15 No School (K-12) Martin Luther King Day Tues. 1/16 Begin 2nd Semester Thurs. 1/25 Early Release Day #4 - Dismiss at 12:45 FEBRUARY Thurs. 2/1 Snow Date for Curriculum Night Fri. 2/9 Key Club Blood Drive Gym C 8-1:30 p.m. Fri. 2/16 No School (K-12) Professional Development Day Mon. 2/19 No School (K-12 ) Presidents Day MARCH Thurs. 3/1 End of the 4th 6-week marking period Early Release Day #5 Dismiss at 12:45 Parent / Teacher Conferences Fri. 3/2 No School (K-12) Professional Development Day Thurs. 3/15 % Finger Discount Fri. 3/16 Special Olympics Fri. 3/23 No School (K-12) Mon. 3/26 - Fri. 3/30 No School (K-12) Spring Break PRINCIPAL S COFFEES These informal gatherings with principal Gary Mazzola are held in the PSH library classroom. February 9 (Friday) March 13 ((Tuesday) April 13 (Friday) ACT Test Dates Test Date * Deadline Late Fee Required Dec. 9, 2006 Nov. 3, 2006 Nov. 4-16, 2006 Feb. 10, 2007 Jan. 5, 2007 Jan. 6-19, 2007 Apr. 14, 2007 Mar. 9, 2007 Mar , 2007 Jun. 9, 2007 May 4, 2007 May 5-18, 2007 * In 8:30 7 8:30 a.m SAT Test Dates Test Date Deadline Late Deadline Dec. 2, 2006 Nov. 1, 2006 Nov. 9, 2006 Jan. 27, 2007 Dec. 20, 2006 Jan. 4, 2007 Mar. 10, 2007 Feb. 2, 2007 Feb. 14, 2007 May 5, 2007 Mar. 29, 2007 Apr. 11, 2007 Jun. 2, 2007 Apr. 27, 2007 May 9, 2007 Parkway South Key Club American Red Cross Blood Drives December 13, 2006 and February 9, a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Gym C Walk-ins welcome PTO MEETINGS All PTO meetings begin at 7 p.m. in the South High library except as noted below*. December 12, 2006 (Tuesday) Holiday / Winter Dinner (Parent home TBA) January 16, 2007 (Tuesday) February 13, 2007 (Tuesday) 9 A.M.* March: No meeting April 17, 2007 (Tuesday) End of the Year Dinner (PSH Library) May: No meeting 25

26 CURRICULUM EVENING Thursday, January 25, :30 p.m. Mark your calendar for this important opportunity to speak to teachers, coaches and sponsors about planning for the school year. 26

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