Daily Announcements


Daily Announcements
October 2021
October 18
  • The National Honor Society for Dance Arts will hold their first Works in Progress on October 18th from 3:00-4:30pm in the B Wing Dance Studios. This is great opportunity for emerging choreographers to present their work for feedback. All are welcome. Register as a choreographer or to be in the audience at the link provided. If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Ackermann () https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScvpUjxHhI4GenYRvMxPJSHk2LL2igbxvzYSL2WtKodCOSfKQ/viewform
  • Sign Language Club will hold a virtual meeting on October 18th at 4:30 pm. Please check the Canvas dashboard for log on information. Reminder: Get your logos in before this Friday and photography submissions will be accepted until Oct 22nd.
  • Attention all seniors! If you currently have an obligation out for not returning your calculator, please check for an important email from Mr. Ingraffia with directions on how to return it and remove the obligation.
  • There will be a girls basketball meeting on Thursday, October 21st at 6:30 PM via WebEx. This meeting is open to interested players in all grade levels and will provide tryout information. Please email Coach Iurato () for the WebEx meeting link.
  • The Muslim Student Association will be meeting this coming Wednesday, October 20, 2021 if room F-135 from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
  • The Muslim Student Association will be meeting this Wednesday, October 20, 2021.
  • Attention Students and Staff! PCTI and STEM PTSO’s are raffling a 5 BMW folding bike! Raffle is going on now till Oct 8th! Contact the PTSOs or Sonia Torres in room H-33 to purchase your tickets. Ticket price is per ticket or for three tickets. PayPal is accepted. 100% of the proceeds will go to this years senior scholarship fund. Drawing will be November 17th at the Parent Engagement Meeting. Please consider supporting this scholarship fundraiser! Don’t wait…tickets are limited! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDZB_yxapPY
  • Independent Study Centers are now open Monday - Thursday after school. There are three staffed centers available from 3:00-4:00. Those centers are located in the C Wing Library, the F Wing Library, and STEM OLA2 (Open Learning Area 2). Buses are available for transportation home.
  • History Club will hold a virtual meeting on October 19th at 7:00 pm. Please check the Canvas dashboard for log on information.
  • There will be a virtual ski team meeting on October 20th at 5:15pm. This is a Q&A style meeting for anyone that has a strong skiing/race background and wants to participate on the alpine ski race team. Student athletes & parents welcome. Join the google classroom for the webex information! You can also post information and/or ask questions that you may currently have! The classroom invite link is https://classroom.google.com/c/NDA4NTMwNzY0MDAy?cjc=hexfctb Any questions,
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Football (M)
    Opponent: Hackensack
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 21 (PCTVS) vs. 7 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the Varsity Football Team for beating Hackensack, on homecoming, 21-7. Scoring for the Bulldogs were Trashon Dye, Javon Petgrave, Travon Dye, and Luke Monteyne. Ray'Sun Belton was near perfect completing 7 of 8 passes for 100 yards and a touchdown. Justin Vazquez, Nick Butterworth, Elijah Fields, Taj Crawford, and Troy Milton held Hackensack to 1 touchdown on the evening. The next game for the varsity team will be this Friday at Old Tappan. Congratulations again and Good Luck.
  • Team: JV Volleyball (F)
    Opponent: Eastside
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The junior varsity girls volleyball team defeated Eastside, 2-0. This win was the team's 11th in a row made their record 12-1 on the season. The team's next game is Tuesday at Paramus Catholic.
  • Team: Varsity Soccer (F)
    Opponent: Paterson Eastside
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 8 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The girls varsity soccer team beat Paterson Eastside on Friday 8-0! Goal scorers were CC Martino, Brianna Fasoli, Anne Noonan, Sophia Gambuti, Ashley Porcelli, and Ashley Popek. Both Nicole Schwartz and Katie Gronda had one save a piece for the lady bulldogs. Go tech!
  • Team: Varsity Volleyball (F)
    Opponent: Eastside
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the Girls Volleyball team on their win against Eastside. Come support the lady bulldogs on their senior night against Kennedy in the STEM gym on Monday Oct 18th at 4:15 PM.
  • Team: Freshman Volleyball (F)
    Opponent: West Orange
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 1 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the freshman volleyball team for winning their fifth game in a row vs West Orange raising their record to 9-4. The team was led by serves from Valeria Gomez and Gianna Navarra. Good luck on Wednesday’s game vs Bergen Tech.
October 15
  • The National Honor Society for Dance Arts will hold their first Works in Progress on October 18th from 3:00-4:30pm in the B Wing Dance Studios. This is great opportunity for emerging choreographers to present their work for feedback. All are welcome. Register as a choreographer or to be in the audience at the link provided. If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Ackermann () https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScvpUjxHhI4GenYRvMxPJSHk2LL2igbxvzYSL2WtKodCOSfKQ/viewform
  • Class of 2023 is selling Candy Apples buy your yummy caramel apples. There are different flavors: plain, black and white chips, M&M, sprinkles, apple pie, and recess pieces chips. If you want to order or sell please see Mrs. Andriac, Mrs. Pelosi, Ms. Samtak or Ms. Watson. Support the Class of 2023
  • Sign Language Club will hold a virtual meeting on October 18th at 4:30 pm. Please check the Canvas dashboard for log on information. Reminder: Get your logos in before this Friday and photography submissions will be accepted until Oct 22nd.
  • Good morning Bulldogs!! HOSA is sponsoring an Alzheimer's Walkathon this weekend and is in need of your support to end Alzheimer's disease. Wherever you can, scan the QR code on the pink donation flyers around the school and please donate to our team HOSA Helpers. Our team consists of 90 HOSA students and we will be walking this Sunday. Any amount helps and the donations go directly to the Alzheimer's Association. Thank you and have a great day.
  • Attention all seniors! If you currently have an obligation out for not returning your calculator, please check for an important email from Mr. Ingraffia with directions on how to return it and remove the obligation.
  • There will be a girls basketball meeting on Thursday, October 21st at 6:30 PM via WebEx. This meeting is open to interested players in all grade levels and will provide tryout information. Please email Coach Iurato () for the WebEx meeting link.
  • Attention students. If you submitted an applicaiton for the SES program, please check your email for important information about room assignments. Remember that the program starts this coming Monday, October 18th.
Game Results
  • Team: Freshman Soccer (F)
    Opponent: Lakeland
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 1 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the Freshmen Girls' Soccer Team on their 2-1 defeat of Lakeland on Wednesday. With the team trailing 1-0 with 10 minutes remaining, Jamely Martinez-Garcia scored two goals to lead the team to an exciting 2-1 win. Maddy Montalbano and Casey Noonan provided assists while Skylar Alvarez was excellent in Goal for the Bulldogs. The team hosts Columbia on Tuesday.
October 14
  • Class Of 2025. The Apparel Fundraiser is UP AND running, Please go onto your Canvas Cell and order your 2025 sweatshirts ......
  • The National Honor Society for Dance Arts will hold their first Works in Progress on October 18th from 3:00-4:30pm in the B Wing Dance Studios. This is great opportunity for emerging choreographers to present their work for feedback. All are welcome. Register as a choreographer or to be in the audience at the link provided. If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Ackermann () https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScvpUjxHhI4GenYRvMxPJSHk2LL2igbxvzYSL2WtKodCOSfKQ/viewform
  • Class of 2023 is selling Candy Apples buy your yummy caramel apples. There are different flavors: plain, black and white chips, M&M, sprinkles, apple pie, and recess pieces chips. If you want to order or sell please see Mrs. Andriac, Mrs. Pelosi, Ms. Samtak or Ms. Watson. Support the Class of 2023
  • Attention Swimmers! There will be a Swim Team meeting this Thursday at 3:00 pm in Cafeteria 1 for all those interested in trying out for our upcoming season. If you have any questions, please reach out to Coach Aronson, Coach Wall, Coach Cummings, or Coach Gianakis. We hope to see you there!
  • PCTVS HOSA sends out a Big Thank you to all students and staff who participated in the jeans day this past Friday. Because of your generosity, HOSA raised 26 for HOSA/Alzheimers foundation. That is Bulldog teamwork at its best. Thanks again!
  • The PCTVS Chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers will be having our first meeting this Thursday, Oct 14th at 3pm in OLA 4 (located on 3rd floor of STEM next to gym). Come meet the executive board and learn what SHPE has to offer you. All PCTVS students are welcomed, join our Familia!
  • Sign Language Club will hold a virtual meeting on October 18th at 4:30 pm. Please check the Canvas dashboard for log on information. Reminder: Get your logos in before this Friday and photography submissions will be accepted until Oct 22nd.
Game Results
  • Team: Freshman Volleyball (F)
    Opponent: Paramus catholic
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 1 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the freshman volleyball team winning their fourth game in a row, raising their record to 8-5 vs Paramus Catholic in yesterday‘s game. The team dominated in the last two games of the match with serves and kills from Carla Rosa, kills from Keri Darling and Calyse Villanueva and serves from Vanessa Feola and Valeria Gomez.
October 13
  • Class Of 2025. The Apparel Fundraiser is UP AND running, Please go onto your Canvas Cell and order your 2025 sweatshirts ......
  • The National Honor Society for Dance Arts will hold their first Works in Progress on October 18th from 3:00-4:30pm in the B Wing Dance Studios. This is great opportunity for emerging choreographers to present their work for feedback. All are welcome. Register as a choreographer or to be in the audience at the link provided. If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Ackermann () https://forms.gle/jfGF2k5jw8ieuJX77
  • Class of 2023 is selling Candy Apples buy your yummy caramel apples. There are different flavors: plain, black and white chips, M&M, sprinkles, apple pie, and recess pieces chips. If you want to order or sell please see Mrs. Andriac, Mrs. Pelosi, Ms. Samtak or Ms. Watson. Support the Class of 2023
  • It's that time again! Environmental Club will be having its first meeting next Wednesday, October 13th, in room F211, immediately after school. Come join for a fun afternoon of "going green". Canvas sign-ups will occur in the meeting for new members.
  • Attention Boys Lacrosse Players: There will be an interest meeting this Wednesday October 13th at 7:30 PM for all boys interested in playing lacrosse for Tech this spring. The meeting will be virtual. Please email Coach Kurzum () if you are interested.
  • Attention Swimmers! There will be a Swim Team meeting this Thursday at 3:00 pm in Cafeteria 1 for all those interested in trying out for our upcoming season. If you have any questions, please reach out to Coach Aronson, Coach Wall, Coach Cummings, or Coach Gianakis. We hope to see you there!
  • PCTVS HOSA sends out a Big Thank you to all students and staff who participated in the jeans day this past Friday. Because of your generosity, HOSA raised 26 for HOSA/Alzheimers foundation. That is Bulldog teamwork at its best. Thanks again!
  • The PCTVS Chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers will be having our first meeting this Thursday, Oct 14th at 3pm in OLA 4 (located on 3rd floor of STEM next to gym). Come meet the executive board and learn what SHPE has to offer you. All PCTVS students are welcomed, join our Familia!
Game Results
  • Team: Freshman Football (M)
    Opponent: Livingston H.S.
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 28 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The PCTI Freshman Football team earned their 1 st victory of the season with a 28 to 0 shutout of Livingston on Saturday. Aarom Mendoza led the offense with 165 yards and 3 TDs and Cole Rufolo scored his first rushing TD of the year. Joel Perez added his 4th interception of the season along with a 2 point conversion to lead the Bulldogs!
  • Team: JV Football (M)
    Opponent: Eastside
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 24 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The JV Football team defeated Eastside on Monday 24 - 0. Touchdowns were scored by Damien Rosario and Yankel Ortiz. The defense was lead by Tommy Celentano with 9 tackles and a dominate performance from the defensive line.
  • Team: Varsity Soccer (F)
    Opponent: Passaic Valley
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 8 (PCTVS) vs. 1 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The lady bulldogs soccer team beat Passaic Valley in the first round of the county tournament 8-1! Sophia Gambuti had two goals & an assist, Brianna Fasoli had a goal & an assist, Brooke Berger & Anne Noonan had one goal & an assist each, and Mileni Aguilar & Taylor Amaral also added to the tally w a goal a piece. Nicole Schwartz had 4 saves on the day. Go Bulldogs!
  • Team: JV Volleyball (F)
    Opponent: Clifton
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The junior varsity girls volleyball team won their tenth game in row by defeating Clifton, 2-0. Superb front row play was displayed by Jasmine Mitchell, Sarah Kincherlow-Warren, Samantha Damaraju, Sarah McErlean, and Ciara Chalmers. The back row was led by Natanya Rodriguez, Chloe Santillan, Micaela Garcia, and Izabella Isaza. Jeprika Rodriguez and Caitlyn Redondo did a fantastic job setting. The team is now 11-1 on the season is home on Friday against Eastside.
October 12
  • Class Of 2025. The Apparel Fundraiser is UP AND running, Please go onto your Canvas Cell and order your 2025 sweatshirts ......
  • The National Honor Society for Dance Arts will hold their first Works in Progress on October 18th from 3:00-4:30pm in the B Wing Dance Studios. This is great opportunity for emerging choreographers to present their work for feedback. All are welcome. Register as a choreographer or to be in the audience at the link provided. If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Ackermann () https://forms.gle/jfGF2k5jw8ieuJX77
  • Class of 2023 is selling Candy Apples buy your yummy caramel apples. There are different flavors: plain, black and white chips, M&M, sprinkles, apple pie, and recess pieces chips. If you want to order or sell please see Mrs. Andriac, Mrs. Pelosi, Ms. Samtak or Ms. Watson. Support the Class of 2023
  • It's that time again! Environmental Club will be having its first meeting next Wednesday, October 13th, in room F211, immediately after school. Come join for a fun afternoon of "going green". Canvas sign-ups will occur in the meeting for new members.
  • Attention Boys Lacrosse Players: There will be an interest meeting this Wednesday October 13th at 7:30 PM for all boys interested in playing lacrosse for Tech this spring. The meeting will be virtual. Please email Coach Kurzum () if you are interested.
  • Congratulations to the marching band on their silver-rated performance this past Saturday at Sayreville War Memorial High School! The band will go for gold at their final competition of the season this Saturday at Wayne Hills High School at 6:30pm, so come on out and show your support! Email Mr. Mendez and Mr. Bennett for details.
Game Results
  • Team: Freshman Volleyball (F)
    Opponent: Clifton HS
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the freshman volleyball team for raising their record to 7-4 by defeating Clifton HS yesterday 25-23 / 26-24. The team was led by blocks and kills by middle Derya Ovayolu, Keri Darling and Camille Bascomb and serves from Carla Rosa and Gabriella Arevalo.
  • Team: Varsity Volleyball (F)
    Opponent: West Milford
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 1 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the Girls Varsity Volleyball Team on their win in the quarterfinal round in the Passaic County tournament against West Milford High School! Come support the Lady Bulldogs in the Semi Final round on Wednesday Oct 13th at 5pm at Clifton High School against Wayne Valley.
  • Team: Varsity Soccer (M)
    Opponent: West Milford
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 4 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The Boys Varsity Soccer team defeated West Milford 4-0 in the first round of the Passaic County Tournament. Goals were scored by Josh Virgil, two from Kevin Martinez, and Kyle Ramnath. Chris Martinez, Josh Virgil, Joey Chapparro, and David Aguilar had the assists. In net, Osvaldo Romero had 5 saves, helping the Bulldogs to a shutout win.
  • Team: JV Volleyball (F)
    Opponent: Passaic
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The junior varsity girls volleyball team defeated Passaic, 2-0. Everyone contributed to the win, but some of the statistical leaders were Vanessa Hernandez, Jeprika Rodriguez, Caitlyn Redondo, Kendra Mascelli, Julianna Szwarc, Ciara Chalmers, and Ashlyn Seager. The team is now 10-1 on the season.
  • Team: Varsity Volleyball (F)
    Opponent: Passaic
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 1 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the Girls Varsity Volleyball on their big league win. The team was led by Victoria Mistretta with 27 assists, D'Mary DeLeon with 15 kills and 12 digs, and Daniella Ferguson with 10 kills. Keep it up Lady Bulldogs!
  • Team: Freshman Volleyball (F)
    Opponent: Passaic
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the freshman volleyball team for defeating passaic on Friday 25-4 / 25-8. The team was led by serves from Gabriella Arevalo, Gianna Navarra and Milana Villalobos.
October 7
  • Attention FEA members, our next meeting has been rescheduled from Oct. 13th to Oct. 20th. On Oct. 20th we will be meeting in T101until 5 PM and bussing will be provided
  • Need academic support in English, Math, AP classes, or Reading Lab? Sign up for the after school SES program, which runs every Monday and Thursday starting October 18th. The SES application and information about the program can be found under the "students" tab on the school website. Don't wait. Sign up today.
  • HOSA is happy to announce it is sponsoring a Jeans Day on Friday October 8th. Proceeds will got to the Alzheimer's Foundation. for staff and [525] for students. Please see Mrs. Bastante, Mrs. Brawley, Dr. Devore, Dr. Ponticello, Judith Scott in Rocco, Desirae Feliciano in STEM, Kenneisha Reid in General Office, Sandra Castro in Central office or any HOSA officer.
  • This week, PCTVS will celebrate the Week of Respect with activities to promote acceptance, respect, and self-care. Each year, the Week of Respect is observed to bring awareness to harassment, intimidation, and bullying in New Jersey Public Schools. The theme of respect is instrumental in reducing incidences of bullying and helping students feel comfortable in our school. We are asking all students to sign our pledge that states, “I pledge to support others who have been hurt or harmed, treat others with kindness, be more accepting of people’s differences and help include those who are left out”.
  • The Krispy Kreme fundraiser is here! Help the class of 2022 Raise some DOUGH!! See any class of 22 advisors for info on how to purchase your DOZEN!
  • This is the final week to support the STEM Class of 2023 by purchasing gourmet goodies from Ashley Farms Fundraising! Ashley Farms carries the finest products and offers the best services in the industry, providing customers with options such as cheesecakes, pies, cookie dough, New York Pizza , candles, gift wrap and much more. In person ordering ends Friday, October 8th. Online option for ordering is also available and these goodies will arrive just in time for Thanksgiving but ends Monday, October 11th. For details, find a STEM Class of 2023 student seller participant or contact Ms. Abreu or Mrs. Peragallo
  • Academic Assistance Program for Online Financial Literacy is available Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 3pm to 4pm in H30 and B106. AAP is a walk-in service available to all students who needs help with the online financial literacy: No registration is required.
  • PCTVS Ice Hockey Athletes who have been attending weight room sessions; Weight room for this week has been cancelled. Please refer to the team email as well as the team instagram page for an alternative at-home workout. Weight room sessions will resume next week.
  • Class Of 2025. The Apparel Fundraiser is UP AND running, Please go onto your Canvas Cell and order your 2025 sweatshirts ......
  • The National Honor Society for Dance Arts will hold their first Works in Progress on October 18th from 3:00-4:30pm in the B Wing Dance Studios. This is great opportunity for emerging choreographers to present their work for feedback. All are welcome. Register as a choreographer or to be in the audience at the link provided. If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Ackermann () https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScvpUjxHhI4GenYRvMxPJSHk2LL2igbxvzYSL2WtKodCOSfKQ/viewform?usp=send_form
  • Class of 2023 is selling Candy Apples buy your yummy caramel apples. There are different flavors: plain, black and white chips, M&M, sprinkles, apple pie, and recess pieces chips. If you want to order or sell please see Mrs. Andriac, Mrs. Pelosi, Ms. Samtak or Ms. Watson. Support the Class of 2023
  • It's that time again! Environmental Club will be having its first meeting next Wednesday, October 13th, in room F211, immediately after school. Come join for a fun afternoon of "going green". Canvas sign-ups will occur in the meeting for new members.
  • Demi Lovato has used her star power since her early Disney days to empower young girls. She is an official ambassador for Free the Children, and her work revolves around anti-bullying, mental health, and gender equality. Demi's Hispanic roots (she is of Mexican descent) has compelled her to speak out about issues regarding immigration, and she works closely with organizations to help those who are affected by the decision to end the DACA program.
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Volleyball (F)
    Opponent: Lakeland
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the Girls Varsity Volleyball team on their win against Lakeland High School. The team was led by D'mary DeLeon with 11 kills and 6 service points, Victoria Mistretta with 16 assists, Libero Kamila Cordero with 11 digs and 1 big kill, and Abigail Spence with 2 Kills. Come support the Lady Bulldogs at the Quarterfinal round of the Passaic County Tournament against West Milford on Saturday Oct 9 at 11 am in the STEM gym!!!
  • Team: Varsity Soccer (F)
    Opponent: Passaic
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 5 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The lady bulldogs beat passaic under the lights here at pcti tuesday 5-0! Brianna Fasoli had two goals & an assist, Anne Noonan had one goal & two assists, & Vivian Enciso and Sophia Gambuti had one goal a piece. Assists were also handed out by Brooke Berger & Jadali Pena! Nicole Schwartz had 4 saves on the night for a shut out! Go lady bulldogs!
October 6
  • Attention FEA members, our next meeting has been rescheduled from Oct. 13th to Oct. 20th. On Oct. 20th we will be meeting in T101until 5 PM and bussing will be provided
  • Need academic support in English, Math, AP classes, or Reading Lab? Sign up for the after school SES program, which runs every Monday and Thursday starting October 18th. The SES application and information about the program can be found under the "students" tab on the school website. Don't wait. Sign up today.
  • As we observe The NJDOE's Week of Respect here at PCTVS we encourage the entire PCTVS family to familiarize ourselves with the 5 R's [RELATIONSHIPS, RESPECT, RESPONSIBILITY, REPAIR, & REINTERGRATION] as we honor and demonstrate consideration for individuals, property, the environment, and ourselves. Remember to treat others well, even if their appearance, actions, and/or beliefs are different from our own. Students, We encouraged you to brainstorms new and innovative ways that our PCTVS family can show respect for one another here at PCTI and STEM. Share your thoughts with your Physical Education or NJROTC Instructor via e-mail by October 7th. Doing so will automatically enroll you in a chance to win PCTVS school spirit apparel. Good luck to all who enter.
  • HOSA is happy to announce it is sponsoring a Jeans Day on Friday October 8th. Proceeds will got to the Alzheimer's Foundation. $5 for staff and $2 for students. Please see Mrs. Bastante, Mrs. Brawley, Dr. Devore, Dr. Ponticello, Judith Scott in Rocco, Desirae Feliciano in STEM, Kenneisha Reid in General Office, Sandra Castro in Central office or any HOSA officer.
  • This week, PCTVS will celebrate the Week of Respect with activities to promote acceptance, respect, and self-care. Each year, the Week of Respect is observed to bring awareness to harassment, intimidation, and bullying in New Jersey Public Schools. The theme of respect is instrumental in reducing incidences of bullying and helping students feel comfortable in our school. We are asking all students to sign our pledge that states, “I pledge to support others who have been hurt or harmed, treat others with kindness, be more accepting of people’s differences and help include those who are left out”.
  • The Krispy Kreme fundraiser is here! Help the class of 2022 Raise some DOUGH!! See any class of 22 advisors for info on how to purchase your DOZEN!
  • This is the final week to support the STEM Class of 2023 by purchasing gourmet goodies from Ashley Farms Fundraising! Ashley Farms carries the finest products and offers the best services in the industry, providing customers with options such as cheesecakes, pies, cookie dough, New York Pizza , candles, gift wrap and much more. In person ordering ends Friday, October 8th. Online option for ordering is also available and these goodies will arrive just in time for Thanksgiving but ends Monday, October 11th. For details, find a STEM Class of 2023 student seller participant or contact Ms. Abreu or Mrs. Peragallo
  • PCTVS Ice Hockey Athletes who have been attending weight room sessions; Weight room for this week has been cancelled. Please refer to the team email as well as the team instagram page for an alternative at-home workout. Weight room sessions will resume next week.
  • Academic Assistance Program for Online Financial Literacy is available Tuesdays and Wednesday from 3 pm to 4 pm in H30 and B106. AAP is a walk-in service available to all students who needs help with the online financial literacy: No registration is required.
  • Class Of 2025. The Apparel Fundraiser is UP AND running, Please go onto your Canvas Cell and order your 2025 sweatshirts ......
  • The National Honor Society for Dance Arts will hold their first Works in Progress on October 18th from 3:00-4:30pm in the B Wing Dance Studios. This is great opportunity for emerging choreographers to present their work for feedback. All are welcome. Register as a choreographer or to be in the audience at the link provided. If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Ackermann () https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScvpUjxHhI4GenYRvMxPJSHk2LL2igbxvzYSL2WtKodCOSfKQ/viewform
  • Class of 2023 is selling Candy Apples buy your yummy caramel apples. There are different flavors: plain, black and white chips, M&M, sprinkles, apple pie, and recess pieces chips. If you want to order or sell please see Mrs. Andriac, Mrs. Pelosi, Ms. Samtak or Ms. Watson. Support the Class of 2023
  • Known as the "Walter Cronkite of Latin America," Mexican-born American journalist and author, Jorge Ramos, is one of the most influential people in America, and is currently a major anchor for Univision. He champions Hispanic peoples rights through his reporting, and is a staunch advocate of increasing literacy among Hispanic Americans. Despierta Leyendo (Wake Up Reading) is one of the fruits of his labor—the first Book Club in the history of Hispanic television.
Game Results
  • Team: JV Soccer (F)
    Opponent: Passaic
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 7 (PCTVS) vs. 1 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congrats to the girls JV soccer team on its win over Passaic with a score of 7-1. Scoring for the lady bulldogs were Madeline Montalbano, Gia Pierro, Dava Wozniak, Mahwish Chaudheri Michele Perez, Angelica Vega and Jannessa Rodriquez......Go Bulldogs
  • Team: JV Soccer (M)
    Opponent: Passaic
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 1 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the Boys JV soccer team on their 4th consecutive win. They defeated Passaic with a score of 1-0. Patrick Durzynski and Jose Sanchez combined for the win. Cooper Kastner scored the winning goal and was assisted by Alfredo Gonzalez.
October 5
  • Attention FEA members, our next meeting has been rescheduled from Oct. 13th to Oct. 20th. On Oct. 20th we will be meeting in T101until 5 PM and bussing will be provided
  • Need academic support in English, Math, AP classes, or Reading Lab? Sign up for the after school SES program, which runs every Monday and Thursday starting October 18th. The SES application and information about the program can be found under the "students" tab on the school website. Don't wait. Sign up today.
  • As we observe The NJDOE's Week of Respect here at PCTVS we encourage the entire PCTVS family to familiarize ourselves with the 5 R's [RELATIONSHIPS, RESPECT, RESPONSIBILITY, REPAIR, & REINTERGRATION] as we honor and demonstrate consideration for individuals, property, the environment, and ourselves. Remember to treat others well, even if their appearance, actions, and/or beliefs are different from our own. Students, We encouraged you to brainstorms new and innovative ways that our PCTVS family can show respect for one another here at PCTI and STEM. Share your thoughts with your Physical Education or NJROTC Instructor via e-mail by October 7th. Doing so will automatically enroll you in a chance to win PCTVS school spirit apparel. Good luck to all who enter.
  • HOSA is happy to announce it is sponsoring a Jeans Day on Friday October 8th. Proceeds will got to the Alzheimer's Foundation. for staff and [525] for students. Please see Mrs. Bastante, Mrs. Brawley, Dr. Devore, Dr. Ponticello, Judith Scott in Rocco, Desirae Feliciano in STEM, Kenneisha Reid in General Office, Sandra Castro in Central office or any HOSA officer.
  • This week, PCTVS will celebrate the Week of Respect with activities to promote acceptance, respect, and self-care. Each year, the Week of Respect is observed to bring awareness to harassment, intimidation, and bullying in New Jersey Public Schools. The theme of respect is instrumental in reducing incidences of bullying and helping students feel comfortable in our school. We are asking all students to sign our pledge that states, “I pledge to support others who have been hurt or harmed, treat others with kindness, be more accepting of people’s differences and help include those who are left out”.
  • The Krispy Kreme fundraiser is here! Help the class of 2022 Raise some DOUGH!! See any class of 22 advisors for info on how to purchase your DOZEN!
  • This is the final week to support the STEM Class of 2023 by purchasing gourmet goodies from Ashley Farms Fundraising! Ashley Farms carries the finest products and offers the best services in the industry, providing customers with options such as cheesecakes, pies, cookie dough, New York Pizza , candles, gift wrap and much more. In person ordering ends Friday, October 8th. Online option for ordering is also available and these goodies will arrive just in time for Thanksgiving but ends Monday, October 11th. For details, find a STEM Class of 2023 student seller participant or contact Ms. Abreu or Mrs. Peragallo
  • Attention Bulldogs: As part of the Week of Respect, TI@ti members have placed inspiring and positive post-it notes in various classrooms. You are encouraged to take one and share it with a friend or a stranger. TI@ti wants you to remember that you are lovable and capable. Help spread kindness and brighten someone's day.
  • PCTVS Ice Hockey Athletes who have been attending weight room sessions; Weight room for this week has been cancelled. Please refer to the team email as well as the team instagram page for an alternative at-home workout. Weight room sessions will resume next week.
  • Academic Assistance Program for Online Financial Literacy is available Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3 pm to 4 pm in H30 and B106. AAP is a walk-in service available to all students who needs help with the online financial literacy: No registration is required.
  • The junior varsity girls volleyball team took home the championship in the Ferris High School JV Invitational Tournament. The Lady Bulldogs went undefeated in pool play, securing a bye to the semifinals. The team then beat Teaneck to reach the finals. In the championship game, the Lady Bulldogs knocked off Hoboken, 25-17. Congratulations on a tremendous achievement!
  • Considered a pioneer of women's rights at a time when neither feminism nor gender equality had entered our lexicon, Mexican-born nun Sor Juana Inês de la Cruz was a 17th-century feminist writer and thinker. She is most known for her work "Respuesta a Sor Filotea," which argued for a woman's right to education. de la Cruz rose in prominence during the 20th century during the second wave of feminism, and is now widely considered the first feminist author of the New World.
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Soccer (F)
    Opponent: Morris Tech
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 1 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The girls' varsity soccer team won their Tech Tournament game against Morris Tech on Friday, October 1st. PCTI's goals were scored by Briana Fasoli in regular time, and Ella Aranda in overtime to win it for the bulldogs! Nicole Schwartz had 4 saves in goal! Way to go girls!
October 4
  • Attention FEA members, our next meeting has been rescheduled from Oct. 13th to Oct. 20th. On Oct. 20th we will be meeting in T101until 5 PM and bussing will be provided
  • Pride (LGBTQ+) Club is excited to invite all students interested in joining the club to a meeting this coming Monday, October 4th, at 3 PM. Please make sure to join our Canvas page. We are excited to see everyone! If you have any questions, please email Mr. Ocasio at or Dr. Christian at .
  • Need academic support in English, Math, AP classes, or Reading Lab? Sign up for the after school SES program, which runs every Monday and Thursday starting October 18th. The SES application and information about the program can be found under the "students" tab on the school website. Don't wait. Sign up today.
  • The Astronomy Club's first meeting will be Monday, October 4th right after school in room F206. For any questions or to be added to the Canvas page, send an email to .
  • As we observe The NJDOE's Week of Respect here at PCTVS we encourage the entire PCTVS family to familiarize ourselves with the 5 R's [RELATIONSHIPS, RESPECT, RESPONSIBILITY, REPAIR, & REINTERGRATION] as we honor and demonstrate consideration for individuals, property, the environment, and ourselves. Remember to treat others well, even if their appearance, actions, and/or beliefs are different from our own. Students, We encouraged you to brainstorms new and innovative ways that our PCTVS family can show respect for one another here at PCTI and STEM. Share your thoughts with your Physical Education or NJROTC Instructor via e-mail by October 7th. Doing so will automatically enroll you in a chance to win PCTVS school spirit apparel. Good luck to all who enter.
  • Students it's time for Penny Wars, get your pennies, coins, and dollars ready for a money battle of the classes, may the best class win. Winner wins a pep rally Homecoming day. Battle begins Monday and runs through Thursday!!!!
  • Attention Students, Monday you will vote in your homerooms for homecoming court. You will receive a link allowing you to vote for the Royal Court Representative for your designated grade.
  • Teachers please doube check emails about the Girls Soccer teams early release from class on Friday October 1st. They had an away game and were allowed to leave class at 1pm.
  • Students, immediately after announcements you will receive a link in your email to place your votes for Homecoming Court. Teachers please allow them 5 minutes to complete. Also, all posters must be removed today!
  • Attention all PCTVS Student Ambassadors. Your assistance at this past Saturday's tours was very much appreciated. Your tours were informative and you represented the student's of our District proudly. You have once again made all of us proud!
  • Ellen Ochoa is a Mexican-American engineer and former astronaut, known best for being the first Hispanic woman to go into space when she served on a nine-day mission aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery. She also served as Director of the NASA Johnson Space Center, becoming the first Hispanic and second woman to do so. Ellen would like to remind us that “Education is what allows you to stand out.”
  • HOSA is happy to announce it is sponsoring a Jeans Day on Friday October 8th. Proceeds will got to the Alzheimer's Foundation. for staff and [525] for students. Please see Mrs. Bastante, Mrs. Brawley, Dr. Devore, Dr. Ponticello, Judith Scott in Rocco, Desirae Feliciano in STEM, Kenneisha Reid in General Office, Sandra Castro in Central office or any HOSA officer.
  • This week, PCTVS will celebrate the Week of Respect with activities to promote acceptance, respect, and self-care. Each year, the Week of Respect is observed to bring awareness to harassment, intimidation, and bullying in New Jersey Public Schools. The theme of respect is instrumental in reducing incidences of bullying and helping students feel comfortable in our school. We are asking all students to sign our pledge that states, “I pledge to support others who have been hurt or harmed, treat others with kindness, be more accepting of people’s differences and help include those who are left out”.
  • The Krispy Kreme fundraiser is here! Help the class of 2022 Raise some DOUGH!! See any class of 22 advisors for info on how to purchase your DOZEN!
  • This is the final week to support the STEM Class of 2023 by purchasing gourmet goodies from Ashley Farms Fundraising! Ashley Farms carries the finest products and offers the best services in the industry, providing customers with options such as cheesecakes, pies, cookie dough, New York Pizza , candles, gift wrap and much more. In person ordering ends Friday, October 8th. Online option for ordering is also available and these goodies will arrive just in time for Thanksgiving but ends Monday, October 11th. For details, find a STEM Class of 2023 student seller participant or contact Ms. Abreu or Mrs. Peragallo
Game Results
  • Team: JV Soccer (F)
    Opponent: Morris Tech
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 3 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congrats to the girls JV soccer team on its win over Morris Tech on Friday. Scoring for the Bullddogs was Gia Pierro, Janessa Rodriquez and Angelica Vega......Katie Gronda posted the shut out with 4 saves in goal.....
  • Team: JV Volleyball (F)
    Opponent: West Milford
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 1 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The junior varsity girls volleyball team defeated West Milford, 2-1. This win marked the team's seventh in a row and made their record 8-1 on the season. Please come out and support the Lady Bulldogs this Wednesday at home against Lakeland.
  • Team: Varsity Volleyball (F)
    Opponent: West Milford
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the Girls Varsity Volleyball on their win against West Milford. Teams was led by the performance of Seniors Victoria Mistretta, D'mary DeLeon, Abigail Spence, and Freshman Sarah McErlean! The Lady Bulldogs take on the Highlanders one more time in the quarterfinal round of the Passaic County Tournament on Saturday Oct 9th at 11 am in the STEM Gym!! See you there and Good Luck Lady Bulldogs.
  • Team: JV Soccer (M)
    Opponent: Kennedy
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 3 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the boys JV soccer team on defeating Kennedy with a score of 3-0 extending their winning streak to 3 games. Jose Sanchez had 6 saves and received the win. Alfredo Gonzalez had two goals, Nicholas Chumacero had 1 goal and Cooper Kastner had 1 assist.
  • Team: Varsity Tennis (F)
    Opponent: Clifton
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 4 (PCTVS) vs. 1 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the girls varsity tennis team on there State match victory against the Mustangs of Clifton. The team improved their record to 9-2 and will face Montclair in the 2nd round of the State competition
  • Team: Varsity Soccer (M)
    Opponent: Northern Highlands
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 1 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The Boys Varsity Soccer Team had a hard-fought 2-1 overtime win against Northern Highlands. Both goals were scored by Josh Virgil and assisted by Christian Adame. The entire Bulldogs team had a strong defensive performance, led by Captain Steve Brown. In goal, Matthew Porcelli helped solidly the victory with 10 saves. Come out and support the team when they play Kennedy at home on Tuesday!
October 1
  • PCTVS Inspirational Thought by Meleaka Perry: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c1rp9hezdzU
  • Come out and show your support for the STEM Class of 2023 by purchasing gourmet goodies from Ashley Farms Fundraising beginning Monday, September 27th. Ashley Farms carries the finest products and offers the best services in the industry, providing customers with options such as cheesecakes, pies, cookie dough, New York Pizza , candles, gift wrap and much more. Online option for ordering is also available and these goodies will arrive just in time for Thanksgiving. For details, find a STEM Class of 2023 student seller participant or contact Ms. Abreu or Mrs. Peragallo.
  • Attention All Staff. Please join us at the 4th Golf Meeting for the 2021 Annual PCTI Education Foundation Golf Scholarship Classic. Thursday, September 30th at 3:00pm in the Board Room.
  • Good luck to all the homecoming contestants running for royal court, voting will take place next Monday, October 4th during homeroom!!! May the best candidate win!
  • Attention all students who returned their permission slips for the HOSA Walk A Thon taking place on 10/17--Due to overwhelming response--a random lottery of ID #s has been processed. Only students/ID #s on our list will be allowed to go to Walk a Thon with us. Please go to an Advisors classroom to see a list --or if in the Main building the HOSA bulliten board in the D wing. Thank you for your interest and support.
  • Attention FEA members, our next meeting has been rescheduled from Oct. 13th to Oct. 20th. On Oct. 20th we will be meeting in T101until 5 PM and bussing will be provided
  • Pride (LGBTQ+) Club is excited to invite all students interested in joining the club to a meeting this coming Monday, October 4th, at 3 PM. Please make sure to join our Canvas page. We are excited to see everyone! If you have any questions, please email Mr. Ocasio at or Dr. Christian at .
  • Need academic support in English, Math, AP classes, or Reading Lab? Sign up for the after school SES program, which runs every Monday and Thursday starting October 18th. The SES application and information about the program can be found under the "students" tab on the school website. Don't wait. Sign up today.
  • The Astronomy Club's first meeting will be Monday, October 4th right after school in room F206. For any questions or to be added to the Canvas page, send an email to .
  • Attention Students, Monday you will vote in your homerooms for homecoming court. You will receive a link allowing you to vote for the Royal Court Representative for your designated grade.
  • On behalf of the PCTI National Honor Society we are celebrating National Principals Month. Our NHS will post encouraging Twitter messages for our principal, Mr. Garcia for this entire month. #ThankAPrincipal
  • STUDENTS IT'S TIME FOR PENNY WARS, GET YOUR PENNIES, COINS, AND DOLLARS READY FOR A MONEY BATTLE OF THE CLASSES, MAY THE BEST CLASS WIN. WINNER WINS A PEP RALLY HOMECOMING DAY. BATTLE BEGINS MONEY AND RUNS THROUGH THRUSDAY!!!!
Game Results
  • Team: JV Soccer (M)
    Opponent: Northern Highlands
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 5 (PCTVS) vs. 2 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the boys JV soccer team. They defeated Northern Highlands with a score of 5-2. Patrick Durzynski had 15 saves. Giancarlo Salas, Nicholas Chumacero, Kenneth Relovksy, Andri Kurtishi, and Alfredo Gonzalez each had 1 goal today.
  • Team: JV Volleyball (F)
    Opponent: Bergen Tech
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 1 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The junior varsity girls volleyball team earned a hard-fought win over Bergen Tech, 2-1. The win extended the team's winning streak to six games and they are now 7-1 on the season. Good luck to all three levels today at West Milford!