Daily Announcements


Daily Announcements
January 2022
January 24
  • Hello PCTVS! The PCTI National Honor is getting ready for our 1st service project of 2022. Please join us as we collect new socks and new toiletry items for the Passaic County Women's Center. We will collect from January 5, 2022-February 9, 2022. Boxes will be all over campus. Thank you!
  • The PCTI and STEM PTSO are proud to announce the SUPER Super Bowl Raffle!The raffle prize includes everything you need for the big game, over a 00 value! Winner will receive a Jersey Mike’s Party Platter and a gift certificate to Celtic Corner (Hawthorne), a 50” LG Smart TV, a 3 month gym membership/limited personal training to get into shape at Mindset 180 and a signed Bulldog Football by our 2021 Team! Tickets will be on sale January 3-31, only! each or 3 for . Tickets can be purchased in school through Sonia Torres H-33 or PayPal* () include your name, student ID and school (send money to a “friend” to avoid fees)! If you use PayPal, the PCTI PTSO will have your raffle stubs. Please email us for pick up or a screen shot of your numbers.
  • Attention all Great Falls Clean Up participants! Stop by Room DB 3 or DB 5 during the day and see either Mr. O'Neill or Mr. Hurtado to pick up your free gift from the teacher's union. It's our way of saying thanks for helping out in this worth effort.
  • Attention Drummers! Any 9th, 10th and 11th grade student interested in auditioning for and joining the Marching Band Drum Line or Pit for next year’s fall season should attend an informational meeting this Monday, January 24. Email Mr. Bennett () for the meeting details.
  • Help support the PCTI and STEM Class of 2022 by purchasing a cake, bundlet, or tower from their Nothing Bundt Cakes fundraiser! Orders are due no later than January 28th and they’ll be delivered by February 10th, just in time for Valentine’s Day! If you have any questions, contact Ms. Gianakis in STEM at or Mrs. Benacquista in PCTI at .
  • The PCTI 2024 apparel sale is happening now. What is that one gift you did not get this holiday??  We know . . . . it is some PCTI 2024 gear. Click the link in your email to access our online apparel sale  pctvsclassof24.itemorder.com/shop/sale/ Sale will run through February 1st so get your orders in asap. 
  • The National Honor Society for Dance Arts is looking for new members. All PCTVS students with dance experience are eligible for membership. Join the Webex meeting on Wednesday, January 26th at 6:30pm for information about eligibility and the application process. https://pcti.webex.com/pcti/j.php?MTID=m4c5100a608e6ccb990f1f36b318f2d8d
  • Advisors, club and organization photo will take place on Tues. Jan.25th and Weds. Jan 26th. Please check your email for a revised schedule of the clubs and organization photo time. If you have any question please email Ms. Crawford.
  • Anyone interested in trying out for Boy's Spring Tennis please email Coach Bove by Tuesday, January 25th so that you can be added to the preseason WebEx meeting
  • Attention FEA members, due to school schedule changes, our monthly in person meeting will now be Wednesday, Jan. 26th. Please be prepared to stay until 5:00 PM, transportation will be provided. Please check Canvas for other important announcements.
  • SES is canceled Monday, January 24th. Sessions will resume on Thursday, January 27th. Check your school mobi account for information about a change with transportation going home after SES.
  • Congratulations to the Bulldogs wrestling team for winning their second consecutive Passaic County championship. In their win, the Bulldogs had 8 wrestlers in the finals, and 5 individual champions, including Ricardo Balanzetegui, James Conklin, Abraham Tareky, Luke Tully, and Laith Hamdeh. Laith also took home the tournaments prestigious Most Outstanding Wrestler award. Head Coach Luis Colon was awarded the Passaic County coach of the year. The Bulldog's next match is tonight against Butler in the STEM gym at 6PM.
  • On January 15, PCTVS HOSA had 93 competitors compete virtually in various healthcare-related events as part of the Northern NJ HOSA competition. Our students competed with over 700 students from 11 different high schools. We had 16 medal winners and 12 are moving on to state competition. The winners are: Nutrition--Hilda Tejeda- Paulino 4th place —-Medical Spelling-----Anisah Hussain —3rd place and Jasmine Ocasio 1st place----Pathophysiology, Charynna Pe Benito, 8th place-----Dental Science, Sara Hassan 2nd place---Home Health Aide, Madeline Montalbano—-7th place and Heli Desai—6th place-----Pharmacology, Allison Zamudio—8th place and Jazmin Medoza- Ortega—4th place----Sports Medicine, Samantha Damaraju—---2nd place,,,,Prepared Speaking,Krupa Rana—4th place, CPR/First Aid, Isabella Arias and Esteban Ocana----1st place,,,,,EMT, Mehajbin Begum—--- Krystian Kobylarz 3rd place, and last but not least, Biomedical Science, Sharaven Sen -4th place. Join us in congratulating all the competitors!! A lot of hard work and dedication was needed for this prestigious event.
  • Attention to anyone interested in joining the defending Champion PCTVS Girl's Flag Football team this Spring! There will be an informational preseason meeting at 7:00pm this Wednesday, January 26th via Webex. We will be reviewing important information regarding workouts, tryouts, and the upcoming season. Please email Coach Muir at or Coach Fava at in order to sign up for tryouts and gain access to the Webex link.
  • Good Morning, Bulldogs! The Teen Center is open daily for in-person after-school programming for all PCTVS students from 3PM – 5PM! If you would like to attend, please stop by the Teen Center in trailer #1 or #4 to sign-up or contact Ms. Gisellie () or Ms. Milagros ().
  • Help support the American Heart Association by purchasing a Valentine's Day Stuffed Animal gram hosted by the Student Council / Interact Club. Grams will be delivered to recipient’s homeroom for Valentine’s Day (February 14, 2022). The cost is per gram. Please see a Student Council / Interact Club member, Ms. Sillman or Mrs. Rettenberg by February 8th to make a purchase and help the American Heart Association fight against heart disease and stroke.
  • Independent Study Centers will once again be open after school beginning Tuesday, January 25th. Study Center space will be open in the C Wing Library, the F Wing Library and STEM OLA 2 from 3:00-4:00.
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Ice Hockey
    Opponent: Indian Hills
    Location: Away
    Score: 3 (P)
    Opponent: Indian Hills
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 3 (PCTVS) vs. 2 (Opponent)
    Highlights: On Friday, January 21 PCTI face offed against West Milford Pequannock and won 4-1. The bulldogs returned on Sunday, January 23 v Indian Hills. The Bulldogs rallied for 3 straight goals to win 3-2. Our next game is Sunday, January 30 which is senior night. Let’s get a very large dog pound and send our seniors off in PCTI fashion. Game time is 415pm at the Ice Vault in Wayne. Thank you for your support.
  • Team: JV Basketball (F)
    Opponent: Passaic
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 45 (PCTVS) vs. 12 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The JV Girls Basketball team defeated Passaic 45-12. The Lady Bulldogs were led by Sophomores Icella Delgado and Katie Gronda with 9 points each. Sophomores Olivia Dragone and Raquel Blanco both chipped in 6 points to assist in the team's fifth straight victory. Tonight the team faces Union City at home.
  • Team: Varsity Basketball (F)
    Opponent: Passaic
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 55 (PCTVS) vs. 37 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The varsity girls basketball team improved their record to 6-3 by defeating Passaic, 55-37. Isabella Duval had 17 points, Trinity Clacken added 13 points, and Gabby "Buzzer Beater" Gronda had 10 points. Janessa Rodriguez, Gina Pelosi, and Sasha Pollock paced the defense. The team's next game is at home today versus Union City.
January 21
  • Hello PCTVS! The PCTI National Honor is getting ready for our 1st service project of 2022. Please join us as we collect new socks and new toiletry items for the Passaic County Women's Center. We will collect from January 5, 2022-February 9, 2022. Boxes will be all over campus. Thank you!
  • The PCTI National Honor Society has officially started their Sock & Toiletry Drive. This is our first major service project for 2022. Please donate. Boxes can be found all over the campus. For contactless pick please email Mrs. Rettenberg or Mr. Baldino so we can arrive to pick up your donations. Thank you.
  • The PCTI and STEM PTSO are proud to announce the SUPER Super Bowl Raffle!The raffle prize includes everything you need for the big game, over a 00 value! Winner will receive a Jersey Mike’s Party Platter and a gift certificate to Celtic Corner (Hawthorne), a 50” LG Smart TV, a 3 month gym membership/limited personal training to get into shape at Mindset 180 and a signed Bulldog Football by our 2021 Team! Tickets will be on sale January 3-31, only! each or 3 for . Tickets can be purchased in school through Sonia Torres H-33 or PayPal* () include your name, student ID and school (send money to a “friend” to avoid fees)! If you use PayPal, the PCTI PTSO will have your raffle stubs. Please email us for pick up or a screen shot of your numbers.
  • Attention all Great Falls Clean Up participants! Stop by Room DB 3 or DB 5 during the day and see either Mr. O'Neill or Mr. Hurtado to pick up your free gift from the teacher's union. It's our way of saying thanks for helping out in this worth effort.
  • Attention Drummers! Any 9th, 10th and 11th grade student interested in auditioning for and joining the Marching Band Drum Line or Pit for next year’s fall season should attend an informational meeting this Monday, January 24. Email Mr. Bennett () for the meeting details.
  • Help support the PCTI and STEM Class of 2022 by purchasing a cake, bundlet, or tower from their Nothing Bundt Cakes fundraiser! Orders are due no later than January 28th and they’ll be delivered by February 10th, just in time for Valentine’s Day! If you have any questions, contact Ms. Gianakis in STEM at or Mrs. Benacquista in PCTI at .
  • The PCTI 2024 apparel sale is happening now. What is that one gift you did not get this holiday??  We know . . . . it is some PCTI 2024 gear. Click the link in your email to access our online apparel sale  pctvsclassof24.itemorder.com/shop/sale/ Sale will run through February 1st so get your orders in asap. 
  • The National Honor Society for Dance Arts is looking for new members. All PCTVS students with dance experience are eligible for membership. Join the Webex meeting on Wednesday, January 26th at 6:30pm for information about eligibility and the application process. https://pcti.webex.com/pcti/j.php?MTID=m4c5100a608e6ccb990f1f36b318f2d8d
  • Advisors, club and organization photo will take place on Tues. Jan.25th and Weds. Jan 26th. Please check your email for a revised schedule of the clubs and organization photo time. If you have any question please email Ms. Crawford.
  • Anyone interested in trying out for Boy's Spring Tennis please email Coach Bove by Tuesday, January 25th so that you can be added to the preseason WebEx meeting
  • Attention FEA members, due to school schedule changes, our monthly in person meeting will now be Wednesday, Jan. 26th. Please be prepared to stay until 5:00 PM, transportation will be provided. Please check Canvas for other important announcements.
  • SES is canceled Monday, January 24th. Sessions will resume on Thursday, January 27th. Check your school mobi account for information about a change with transportation going home after SES.
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Ice Hockey (M)
    Opponent: Wayne HS
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 7 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The coaching staff would like to thank the PCTI Adminstration, the faculty, the student body and everyone at PCTI for your support last night at the county championship game. You provided a great atmosphere for our players which HS sports is all about. We came up short but we are very young and hope to see you every Friday and Sunday for our games moving forward and create an incredible dog pound. The kids loved it. An unforgettable experience. Thank you.
  • Team: Varsity Basketball (M)
    Opponent: Passaic
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 51 (PCTVS) vs. 49 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The boys Varsity and JV basketball teams both won yesterday afternoon at Passaic. The varsity was led by Yoxander Jimenez-Gil who scored 13 points, with Jordan Lugo and Ayden Brown chipping in 11 and 10 respectively. Kaiden Rex scored 7 and Owen Juskiewicz helped with big rebounds down the stretch. The JV boys were led in scoring by Yoan Nunez with 17 and Asher Yanez with 14. They got significant contributions through the roster from Isaiah Roberts, Nick Monello, Pedro Tavarez and Bugrahan Guler to secure the win.