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Daily Announcements


May 25
  • The PCTI National Honor Society and the PCTVS World Language Honor Society are sponsoring a food drive. Please help us to feed families in Passaic County. All donated items will go to the St. Peter's Healthy Food Pantry. We are collecting until May 31st. Thank you for your continued support. Boxes are located in F234, F121/F128, and N215 (Rocco Building0.
  • Art can change people and people can change the world…and on Wednesday, May 25th at 5:30pm, the PCTI annual Art Show is back!! Come out to the Athletic Center and see some exquisite art, amazing design, and incredible motion graphics created by the extremely talented students from the School of Communication Arts. With the help from the Schools of Culinary Arts, Construction Technology, and Performing Arts, this event is one you will not want to miss! So come out on May 25th at 5:30PM to the PCTVS Athletic Center and see how art will change you!
  • Anyone interested in trying out for Fall cheer or Competition cheer needs to have a physical or Medical Update form into the nurse. Those trying out for fall cheer must be cleared by a nurse by MAY 27TH, tryouts are May 31st and June 1st. For more information please see the website: https://pctvs.org/fall-sports/cheerleading or read the board in FX 232.
  • Christian Student Association meeting on Wednesday, 5-25-22, in room HX 104 (automotive building). All are welcome!
  • The STEM Academy chapter of the National Honor Society is sponsoring a school supply drive! All collected supplies will be donated to Passaic County CASA for Children to help area children in foster care with what they need to start the new school year on the right foot. Donations can be dropped off in the labeled collection boxes located by the main entrance of STEM, the STEM staff lounge, or in room S313. Donations will be accepted until Friday, June 10th. New items only please. For more information, contact Ms. Habiba () or Dr. Ponticello ().
  • Seniors Who Are Going to Prom: If you haven't picked up your Prom Ticket yet, please see Mrs. Murray in F-133 before 8am or after 3pm any day this week.
  • Attention all girls interested in playing Tennis in the Fall. All interested players must email Coach Bove so you can be apart of the upcoming tennis informational Webex meeting. Please do so before June 1st.
  • Don't forget that the Student Wellness Center is taking individual and small group appointments. This week is pretty busy, but you can secure a spot next week by booking using the link in the announcements or stop by B103 and use the QR Code. Booking LINK: https://outlook.office365.com/owa/calendar//bookings/
  • One last reminder for those students who are applying for summer work, please submit your applications no later than tomorrow, Thursday, May 26th to room H-19.
  • Wednesday's Healthy Habit Make sleep a priority. Set a healthy time to go to bed earlier tonight and try to get 8 hours of sleep to feel refreshed and energized in the morning.
May 24
  • The PCTI National Honor Society and the PCTVS World Language Honor Society are sponsoring a food drive. Please help us to feed families in Passaic County. All donated items will go to the St. Peter's Healthy Food Pantry. We are collecting until May 31st. Thank you for your continued support. Boxes are located in F234, F121/F128, and N215 (Rocco Building0.
  • Art can change people and people can change the world…and on Wednesday, May 25th at 5:30pm, the PCTI annual Art Show is back!! Come out to the Athletic Center and see some exquisite art, amazing design, and incredible motion graphics created by the extremely talented students from the School of Communication Arts. With the help from the Schools of Culinary Arts, Construction Technology, and Performing Arts, this event is one you will not want to miss! So come out on May 25th at 5:30PM to the PCTVS Athletic Center and see how art will change you!
  • Anyone interested in trying out for Fall cheer or Competition cheer needs to have a physical or Medical Update form into the nurse. Those trying out for fall cheer must be cleared by a nurse by MAY 27TH, tryouts are May 31st and June 1st. For more information please see the website: https://pctvs.org/fall-sports/cheerleading or read the board in FX 232.
  • Christian Student Association meeting on Wednesday, 5-25-22, in room HX 104 (automotive building). All are welcome!
  • The STEM Academy chapter of the National Honor Society is sponsoring a school supply drive! All collected supplies will be donated to Passaic County CASA for Children to help area children in foster care with what they need to start the new school year on the right foot. Donations can be dropped off in the labeled collection boxes located by the main entrance of STEM, the STEM staff lounge, or in room S313. Donations will be accepted until Friday, June 10th. New items only please. For more information, contact Ms. Habiba () or Dr. Ponticello ().
  • On Tuesday, May 24, the PCTVS Concert Band and the PCTVS Jazz Band will present their annual Spring Band Concert. The Concert Band and Jazz Band will be performing music from various styles within the Classical and Jazz Genres. The night will feature music ranging from traditional band marches and chart-topping hits to Swing Jazz music and Latin Jazz. The Spring Band Concert will be held in the auditorium and start at 7pm. Admission is free. Go to pcti.booktix.com to reserve your free ticket.
  • Please check the AAP schedule on the School Counseling website for up to date availability. AAP math is cancelled on Tuesday May 24th and will resume on May 25th.
  • Seniors Who Are Going to Prom: If you haven't picked up your Prom Ticket yet, please see Mrs. Murray in F-133 before 8am or after 3pm any day this week.
  • Attention all girls interested in playing Tennis in the Fall. All interested players must email Coach Bove so you can be apart of the upcoming tennis informational Webex meeting. Please do so before June 1st.
  • A big thank you to all the students who participated in the Art & Essay Contest hosted by the Student Wellness Center. Submissions will be reviewed over the next two weeks and an announcement will be made when the winners are determined.
  • Today's Mental Healthy Habit is to empty your mind before you go to bed by writing a note about what you’re thinking and leave it for tomorrow. Take a deep breath and know you have done the best you could today. Tomorrow is a new day.
  • Don't forget that the Student Wellness Center is taking individual and small group appointments. This week is pretty busy, but you can secure a spot next week by booking using the link in the announcements or stop by B103 and use the QR Code. Booking LINK: https://outlook.office365.com/owa/calendar//bookings/
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Softball (F)
    Opponent: Montclair
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 11 (PCTVS) vs. 4 (Opponent)
    Highlights: It was the PCTI Bulldogs vs Montclair Bulldogs in the quarter finals for softball. The PCTI Bulldogs came out victorious! Kate Fallon not only pitched a steller 7 innings but her bat made all the difference to get this W. The bulldogs bats were awake and ready to go with game changing hits from Katie Gronda, Savannah Czornomor, Olivia Barat and MacKenzie Crozier. Come watch the bulldogs today battle Livingston in the semi-finals!
May 23
  • The PCTI National Honor Society and the PCTVS World Language Honor Society are sponsoring a food drive. Please help us to feed families in Passaic County. All donated items will go to the St. Peter's Healthy Food Pantry. We are collecting until May 31st. Thank you for your continued support. Boxes are located in F234, F121/F128, and N215 (Rocco Building0.
  • Art can change people and people can change the world…and on Wednesday, May 25th at 5:30pm, the PCTI annual Art Show is back!! Come out to the Athletic Center and see some exquisite art, amazing design, and incredible motion graphics created by the extremely talented students from the School of Communication Arts. With the help from the Schools of Culinary Arts, Construction Technology, and Performing Arts, this event is one you will not want to miss! So come out on May 25th at 5:30PM to the PCTVS Athletic Center and see how art will change you!
  • Anyone interested in trying out for Fall cheer or Competition cheer needs to have a physical or Medical Update form into the nurse. Those trying out for fall cheer must be cleared by a nurse by MAY 27TH, tryouts are May 31st and June 1st. For more information please see the website: https://pctvs.org/fall-sports/cheerleading or read the board in FX 232.
  • Christian Student Association meeting on Wednesday, 5-25-22, in room HX 104 (automotive building). All are welcome!
  • The STEM Academy chapter of the National Honor Society is sponsoring a school supply drive! All collected supplies will be donated to Passaic County CASA for Children to help area children in foster care with what they need to start the new school year on the right foot. Donations can be dropped off in the labeled collection boxes located by the main entrance of STEM, the STEM staff lounge, or in room S313. Donations will be accepted until Friday, June 10th. New items only please. For more information, contact Ms. Habiba () or Dr. Ponticello ().
  • On Tuesday, May 24, the PCTVS Concert Band and the PCTVS Jazz Band will present their annual Spring Band Concert. The Concert Band and Jazz Band will be performing music from various styles within the Classical and Jazz Genres. The night will feature music ranging from traditional band marches and chart-topping hits to Swing Jazz music and Latin Jazz. The Spring Band Concert will be held in the auditorium and start at 7pm. Admission is free. Go to pcti.booktix.com to reserve your free ticket.
  • Please check the AAP schedule on the School Counseling website for up to date availability. AAP math is cancelled on Tuesday May 24th and will resume on May 25th.
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Volleyball (M)
    Opponent: Passaic Charter
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The varsity boys volleyball defeated Passaic Charter, 2-0 in the play-in round of the state tournament. Asher Yanez led the way with 8 kills, Michael Evans added 5 kills, and Jack Suttora chipped in with 4 kills. Eddie Bashkanji had 11 digs and Luke Studer contributed 7 digs. Jesus Cuautle-Perez had 3 kills and 18 assists. The team will now play at Bergenfield tomorrow at 4:00. Great job, boys!
May 20
  • The PCTI National Honor Society and the PCTVS World Language Honor Society are sponsoring a food drive. Please help us to feed families in Passaic County. All donated items will go to the St. Peter's Healthy Food Pantry. We are collecting until May 31st. Thank you for your continued support. Boxes are located in F234, F121/F128, and N215 (Rocco Building0.
  • The School of Performing Arts Dance Program will present the 2022 Spring Dance Concert on Friday, May 20th at 7:00pm in the auditorium. You won't want to miss brand new works by guest, faculty, and student choreographers as well as the announcement of the 2022 Outstanding Dancer. Tickets are and can be purchased at PCTI.booktix.com
  • Any Girls interested in trying out for the Fall JV and/or Varsity Tennis Team, must have a physical. Physical dates and information are available at the nurse’s office. Informational Meeting will be announced. Tryouts will be this summer. Check the link in announcements for updates. https://classroom.google.com/c/MTY3MzM5MTUyMDQy?cjc=2hdgnoz
  • Art can change people and people can change the world…and on Wednesday, May 25th at 5:30pm, the PCTI annual Art Show is back!! Come out to the Athletic Center and see some exquisite art, amazing design, and incredible motion graphics created by the extremely talented students from the School of Communication Arts. With the help from the Schools of Culinary Arts, Construction Technology, and Performing Arts, this event is one you will not want to miss! So come out on May 25th at 5:30PM to the PCTVS Athletic Center and see how art will change you!
  • Anyone interested in trying out for Fall cheer or Competition cheer needs to have a physical or Medical Update form into the nurse. Those trying out for fall cheer must be cleared by a nurse by MAY 27TH, tryouts are May 31st and June 1st. For more information please see the website: https://pctvs.org/fall-sports/cheerleading or read the board in FX 232.
  • Juniors, time is running out to schedule your yearbook portrait appointment. A link to schedule appointments has been emailed to you from Lors. If you do not have the link or your login information, please email a class advisor or Ms. Crawford. There are only a few dates left. If you do not take a photo, your portrait will not be in the yearbook.
  • Christian Student Association meeting on Wednesday, 5-25-22, in room HX 104 (automotive building). All are welcome!
  • The Student Wellness Center is taking small group/individual appointments for the month of May. Please book your appointment using the posted link in the announcements or by scanning the QR code outside B103. Bookings Link: https://outlook.office365.com/owa/calendar//bookings/
  • This is the last week to work on your Mental Health & Wellbeing Art & Essay contest submissions. All art work and essays are due FRIDAY, 5/20 by Noon to Mrs. Henry in Room B103.
  • The STEM Academy chapter of the National Honor Society is sponsoring a school supply drive! All collected supplies will be donated to Passaic County CASA for Children to help area children in foster care with what they need to start the new school year on the right foot. Donations can be dropped off in the labeled collection boxes located by the main entrance of STEM, the STEM staff lounge, or in room S313. Donations will be accepted until Friday, June 10th. New items only please. For more information, contact Ms. Habiba () or Dr. Ponticello ().
  • On Tuesday, May 24, the PCTVS Concert Band and the PCTVS Jazz Band will present their annual Spring Band Concert. The Concert Band and Jazz Band will be performing music from various styles within the Classical and Jazz Genres. The night will feature music ranging from traditional band marches and chart-topping hits to Swing Jazz music and Latin Jazz. The Spring Band Concert will be held in the auditorium and start at 7pm. Admission is free. Go to pcti.booktix.com to reserve your free ticket.
  • Looking for something to do this weekend? Come check out the PCTVS Jazz Band this Sunday night! On Sunday, May 22, the PCTVS Jazz Band will be performing at Crossroads in Garwood, NJ. The Jazz Band will be the opening act for the professional “One More Once Big Band.” The “One More Once Big Band” is one of the top professional Jazz groups in the tri-state area. The show starts at 7pm. There are a limited number of tickets available; therefore, we strongly recommend purchasing tickets in advance. Tickets are for adults and for students. If you are interested in attending this performance, please email Mr. Mendez, .
  • Congratulations to Video Production Junior Students: Sabian Silva, Andre Harris, Luis Rosado and Sal Fierro who won the Grand Prize for Social Impact at Montclair Film Festival's Emerging Filmmaker Competition for their MUSIC Video, “Blast Off”! The Film will be shown at the Clairidge Movie Theater in Montclair on June 4th at 2:30. Tickets are and can be purchased thru the link in the email. https://montclairfilmfestival.secure.force.com/ticket/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=PURCHASE%20TICKETS&utm_campaign=Test#/instances/a0F3h000006r5BfEAI Check out the Video as well in the link in your Announcement Email as well! Congratulations VP BOYZZZZZ! https://youtu.be/UhAEatZix2g
  • It's Friday and today's Healthy Habit is to spread kindness like confetti. Choose to only be kind today. In your words, actions, and writing and make notice of how it makes you feel.
Game Results
  • Team: JV Baseball (M)
    Opponent: Wayne Valley
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 8 (PCTVS) vs. 5 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The JV baseball team improved to 16-2 on Wednesday after defeating Wayne Valley 8-5. The Bulldogs were led by Dariel Cipion and Jeremy burgos who combined for 6 hits and multiple RBI's. Jeremy Burgos throw to home from right field sealed the victory for the squad. Please come out and cheer on the JV team's last home game today against Depaul at the Bulldog Stadium.
  • Team: Freshman Softball (F)
    Opponent: Fair Lawn
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 20 (PCTVS) vs. 6 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The PCTI lady Bulldog Freshman Softball team raised their record to 11 wins and 3 loses with a 20 to 6 victory over Fair Lawn. Nathaly Arriaza celebrated her birthday with a grand slam Home run and Kerry Darling ,Jayla Martinez and Gianna Navarra added 2 hits each to lead the offense. Sarah McErlean picked up her 1st victory in relief.
May 19
  • The PCTI National Honor Society and the PCTVS World Language Honor Society are sponsoring a food drive. Please help us to feed families in Passaic County. All donated items will go to the St. Peter's Healthy Food Pantry. We are collecting until May 31st. Thank you for your continued support. Boxes are located in F234, F121/F128, and N215 (Rocco Building0.
  • The School of Performing Arts Dance Program will present the 2022 Spring Dance Concert on Friday, May 20th at 7:00pm in the auditorium. You won't want to miss brand new works by guest, faculty, and student choreographers as well as the announcement of the 2022 Outstanding Dancer. Tickets are and can be purchased at PCTI.booktix.com
  • Any Girls interested in trying out for the Fall JV and/or Varsity Tennis Team, must have a physical. Physical dates and information are available at the nurse’s office. Informational Meeting will be announced. Tryouts will be this summer. Check the link in announcements for updates. https://classroom.google.com/c/MTY3MzM5MTUyMDQy?cjc=2hdgnoz
  • Art can change people and people can change the world…and on Wednesday, May 25th at 5:30pm, the PCTI annual Art Show is back!! Come out to the Athletic Center and see some exquisite art, amazing design, and incredible motion graphics created by the extremely talented students from the School of Communication Arts. With the help from the Schools of Culinary Arts, Construction Technology, and Performing Arts, this event is one you will not want to miss! So come out on May 25th at 5:30PM to the PCTVS Athletic Center and see how art will change you!
  • Anyone interested in trying out for Fall cheer or Competition cheer needs to have a physical or Medical Update form into the nurse. Those trying out for fall cheer must be cleared by a nurse by MAY 27TH, tryouts are May 31st and June 1st. For more information please see the website: https://pctvs.org/fall-sports/cheerleading or read the board in FX 232.
  • Juniors, time is running out to schedule your yearbook portrait appointment. A link to schedule appointments has been emailed to you from Lors. If you do not have the link or your login information, please email a class advisor or Ms. Crawford. There are only a few dates left. If you do not take a photo, your portrait will not be in the yearbook.
  • Christian Student Association meeting on Wednesday, 5-25-22, in room HX 104 (automotive building). All are welcome!
  • The Student Wellness Center is taking small group/individual appointments for the month of May. Please book your appointment using the posted link in the announcements or by scanning the QR code outside B103. Bookings Link: https://outlook.office365.com/owa/calendar//bookings/
  • This is the last week to work on your Mental Health & Wellbeing Art & Essay contest submissions. All art work and essays are due FRIDAY, 5/20 by Noon to Mrs. Henry in Room B103.
  • The STEM Academy chapter of the National Honor Society is sponsoring a school supply drive! All collected supplies will be donated to Passaic County CASA for Children to help area children in foster care with what they need to start the new school year on the right foot. Donations can be dropped off in the labeled collection boxes located by the main entrance of STEM, the STEM staff lounge, or in room S313. Donations will be accepted until Friday, June 10th. New items only please. For more information, contact Ms. Habiba () or Dr. Ponticello ().
  • Rain or Shine it time to dine with the class of 2023 Please join us on May 19 from 4 to 8pm at Panera in Wayne, the Hamburg Turnpike location
  • On Tuesday, May 24, the PCTVS Concert Band and the PCTVS Jazz Band will present their annual Spring Band Concert. The Concert Band and Jazz Band will be performing music from various styles within the Classical and Jazz Genres. The night will feature music ranging from traditional band marches and chart-topping hits to Swing Jazz music and Latin Jazz. The Spring Band Concert will be held in the auditorium and start at 7pm. Admission is free. Go to pcti.booktix.com to reserve your free ticket.
  • Looking for something to do this weekend? Come check out the PCTVS Jazz Band this Sunday night! On Sunday, May 22, the PCTVS Jazz Band will be performing at Crossroads in Garwood, NJ. The Jazz Band will be the opening act for the professional “One More Once Big Band.” The “One More Once Big Band” is one of the top professional Jazz groups in the tri-state area. The show starts at 7pm. There are a limited number of tickets available; therefore, we strongly recommend purchasing tickets in advance. Tickets are for adults and for students. If you are interested in attending this performance, please email Mr. Mendez, .
  • The F Wing Library Independent Study Center will be closed on Thursday, 5/19. The C Wing Library and the STEM OLA 2 centers are open until 4:00 pm.
  • A Mental Healthy Habit for today is Take a Brain Break. Take a few minutes to be creative. Use coloring sheets, online coloring sites, or draw on your own. Do something that relaxes you that you enjoy. Put on some music and take 15 minutes to be creative. There is a link in the announcements for free print outs: Coloring Pages- https://www.crayola.com/free-coloring-pages/adult-coloring-pages/ Online Coloring- https://www.coloringonline.com/
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Golf (M)
    Opponent: big north championship
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 364 (PCTVS) vs. 375 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the PCTI boys golf team on a great season. The bulldogs ended the season yesterday winning the Big North Championship, the Liberty division and last week the Passaic county championship. Tyler Cammarota finished in first place with a score of 78 and Brian Gaboda finished in fourth place with a score of 85 in the Big North.
  • Team: Varsity Softball (F)
    Opponent: Ridgewood
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 8 (PCTVS) vs. 5 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The Bulldogs defeated Ridgewood for the first round of states! Big bats from MacKenzie Crozier, Olivia Barat, Katie Gronda and Savannah Czornomor that lead the bulldogs to victory! Kate Fallion and Ava LoConte both pitched a great game to hold off the Ridgewood Maroons, Great job ladies, keep up the hard work!
  • Team: Varsity Lacrosse (M)
    Opponent: Fair Lawn
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 11 (PCTVS) vs. 7 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The Boys Lacrosse team had another huge win defeating Fair Lawn 11-7 bringing their record to a school best 12-5 on the year. Senior captain Dallas Pollock led the charge with 5 goals and 4 assists and Nicco Fasoli chipped in with 4 goals. Senior captain Shawn Hutcheson had 12 saves. Great job Bulldogs!
May 18
  • The PCTI National Honor Society and the PCTVS World Language Honor Society are sponsoring a food drive. Please help us to feed families in Passaic County. All donated items will go to the St. Peter's Healthy Food Pantry. We are collecting until May 31st. Thank you for your continued support. Boxes are located in F234, F121/F128, and N215 (Rocco Building0.
  • The School of Performing Arts Dance Program will present the 2022 Spring Dance Concert on Friday, May 20th at 7:00pm in the auditorium. You won't want to miss brand new works by guest, faculty, and student choreographers as well as the announcement of the 2022 Outstanding Dancer. Tickets are and can be purchased at PCTI.booktix.com
  • Any Girls interested in trying out for the Fall JV and/or Varsity Tennis Team, must have a physical. Physical dates and information are available at the nurse’s office. Informational Meeting will be announced. Tryouts will be this summer. Check the link in announcements for updates. https://classroom.google.com/c/MTY3MzM5MTUyMDQy?cjc=2hdgnoz
  • Art can change people and people can change the world…and on Wednesday, May 25th at 5:30pm, the PCTI annual Art Show is back!! Come out to the Athletic Center and see some exquisite art, amazing design, and incredible motion graphics created by the extremely talented students from the School of Communication Arts. With the help from the Schools of Culinary Arts, Construction Technology, and Performing Arts, this event is one you will not want to miss! So come out on May 25th at 5:30PM to the PCTVS Athletic Center and see how art will change you!
  • Anyone interested in trying out for Fall cheer or Competition cheer needs to have a physical or Medical Update form into the nurse. Those trying out for fall cheer must be cleared by a nurse by MAY 27TH, tryouts are May 31st and June 1st. For more information please see the website: https://pctvs.org/fall-sports/cheerleading or read the board in FX 232.
  • Juniors, time is running out to schedule your yearbook portrait appointment. A link to schedule appointments has been emailed to you from Lors. If you do not have the link or your login information, please email a class advisor or Ms. Crawford. There are only a few dates left. If you do not take a photo, your portrait will not be in the yearbook.
  • Christian Student Association meeting on Wednesday, 5-25-22, in room HX 104 (automotive building). All are welcome!
  • The Comic Book/Manga Club will be meeting on Wednesday, 5/18 at 3:00 in the F Wing Library. The club will be making plans for the 2022/2023 school . Come be part of our future!
  • The Student Wellness Center is taking small group/individual appointments for the month of May. Please book your appointment using the posted link in the announcements or by scanning the QR code outside B103. Bookings Link: https://outlook.office365.com/owa/calendar//bookings/
  • This is the last week to work on your Mental Health & Wellbeing Art & Essay contest submissions. All art work and essays are due FRIDAY, 5/20 by Noon to Mrs. Henry in Room B103.
  • The STEM Academy chapter of the National Honor Society is sponsoring a school supply drive! All collected supplies will be donated to Passaic County CASA for Children to help area children in foster care with what they need to start the new school year on the right foot. Donations can be dropped off in the labeled collection boxes located by the main entrance of STEM, the STEM staff lounge, or in room S313. Donations will be accepted until Friday, June 10th. New items only please. For more information, contact Ms. Habiba () or Dr. Ponticello ().
  • Rain or Shine it time to dine with the class of 2023 Please join us on May 19 from 4 to 8pm at Panera in Wayne, the Hamburg Turnpike location
  • On Tuesday, May 24, the PCTVS Concert Band and the PCTVS Jazz Band will present their annual Spring Band Concert. The Concert Band and Jazz Band will be performing music from various styles within the Classical and Jazz Genres. The night will feature music ranging from traditional band marches and chart-topping hits to Swing Jazz music and Latin Jazz. The Spring Band Concert will be held in the auditorium and start at 7pm. Admission is free. Go to pcti.booktix.com to reserve your free ticket.
  • Looking for something to do this weekend? Come check out the PCTVS Jazz Band this Sunday night! On Sunday, May 22, the PCTVS Jazz Band will be performing at Crossroads in Garwood, NJ. The Jazz Band will be the opening act for the professional “One More Once Big Band.” The “One More Once Big Band” is one of the top professional Jazz groups in the tri-state area. The show starts at 7pm. There are a limited number of tickets available; therefore, we strongly recommend purchasing tickets in advance. Tickets are for adults and for students. If you are interested in attending this performance, please email Mr. Mendez, .
  • Do you want to work this summer making per hour? Pick up an application from H-19, If you are 16 yrs and particpate in free or reduced lunch.
  • Healthy Habit: Today is Wellness Wednesday- Focus on eating a RAINBOW of colors today. Be aware of what you are eating and why you choose those foods. Challenge yourself to eat colorful fruits and vegetables.
May 17
  • The PTSO is currently running a 50/50 Cash raffle through May 17th! 100% of the Profits Go Towards Senior Scholarships! Drawing will be held May 18th at 6:30 p.m. .00 donation per ticket. Please see the following staff members for tickets: Sonia Torres - H-33 or Elizabeth Garcia - H-26.
  • The PCTI National Honor Society and the PCTVS World Language Honor Society are sponsoring a food drive. Please help us to feed families in Passaic County. All donated items will go to the St. Peter's Healthy Food Pantry. We are collecting until May 31st. Thank you for your continued support. Boxes are located in F234, F121/F128, and N215 (Rocco Building0.
  • The School of Performing Arts Dance Program will present the 2022 Spring Dance Concert on Friday, May 20th at 7:00pm in the auditorium. You won't want to miss brand new works by guest, faculty, and student choreographers as well as the announcement of the 2022 Outstanding Dancer. Tickets are and can be purchased at PCTI.booktix.com
  • Any Girls interested in trying out for the Fall JV and/or Varsity Tennis Team, must have a physical. Physical dates and information are available at the nurse’s office. Informational Meeting will be announced. Tryouts will be this summer. Check the link in announcements for updates. https://classroom.google.com/c/MTY3MzM5MTUyMDQy?cjc=2hdgnoz
  • Art can change people and people can change the world…and on Wednesday, May 25th at 5:30pm, the PCTI annual Art Show is back!! Come out to the Athletic Center and see some exquisite art, amazing design, and incredible motion graphics created by the extremely talented students from the School of Communication Arts. With the help from the Schools of Culinary Arts, Construction Technology, and Performing Arts, this event is one you will not want to miss! So come out on May 25th at 5:30PM to the PCTVS Athletic Center and see how art will change you!
  • Anyone interested in trying out for Fall cheer or Competition cheer needs to have a physical or Medical Update form into the nurse. Those trying out for fall cheer must be cleared by a nurse by MAY 27TH, tryouts are May 31st and June 1st. For more information please see the website: https://pctvs.org/fall-sports/cheerleading or read the board in FX 232.
  • Juniors, time is running out to schedule your yearbook portrait appointment. A link to schedule appointments has been emailed to you from Lors. If you do not have the link or your login information, please email a class advisor or Ms. Crawford. There are only a few dates left. If you do not take a photo, your portrait will not be in the yearbook.
  • Christian Student Association meeting on Wednesday, 5-25-22, in room HX 104 (automotive building). All are welcome!
  • The Comic Book/Manga Club will be meeting on Wednesday, 5/18 at 3:00 in the F Wing Library. The club will be making plans for the 2022/2023 school . Come be part of our future!
  • The Student Wellness Center is taking small group/individual appointments for the month of May. Please book your appointment using the posted link in the announcements or by scanning the QR code outside B103. Bookings Link: https://outlook.office365.com/owa/calendar//bookings/
  • This is the last week to work on your Mental Health & Wellbeing Art & Essay contest submissions. All art work and essays are due FRIDAY, 5/20 by Noon to Mrs. Henry in Room B103.
  • The STEM Academy chapter of the National Honor Society is sponsoring a school supply drive! All collected supplies will be donated to Passaic County CASA for Children to help area children in foster care with what they need to start the new school year on the right foot. Donations can be dropped off in the labeled collection boxes located by the main entrance of STEM, the STEM staff lounge, or in room S313. Donations will be accepted until Friday, June 10th. New items only please. For more information, contact Ms. Habiba () or Dr. Ponticello ().
  • Rain or Shine it time to dine with the class of 2023 Please join us on May 19 from 4 to 8pm at Panera in Wayne, the Hamburg Turnpike location
  • On Tuesday, May 24, the PCTVS Concert Band and the PCTVS Jazz Band will present their annual Spring Band Concert. The Concert Band and Jazz Band will be performing music from various styles within the Classical and Jazz Genres. The night will feature music ranging from traditional band marches and chart-topping hits to Swing Jazz music and Latin Jazz. The Spring Band Concert will be held in the auditorium and start at 7pm. Admission is free. Go to pcti.booktix.com to reserve your free ticket.
  • Calling all baseball fans. Come to Bulldog Stadium this afternoon to watch and cheer on your varsity baseball team as they take on the Clifton Mustangs at 5:00 in the Passaic County Baseball Final. Good luck bulldogs and bring home a championship!!
  • Tuesday's Healthy Habit is to adopt an attitude of gratitude today. Write down 3 things you’re thankful for and why.
May 16
  • The PTSO is currently running a 50/50 Cash raffle through May 17th! 100% of the Profits Go Towards Senior Scholarships! Drawing will be held May 18th at 6:30 p.m. .00 donation per ticket. Please see the following staff members for tickets: Sonia Torres - H-33 or Elizabeth Garcia - H-26.
  • The PCTI National Honor Society and the PCTVS World Language Honor Society are sponsoring a food drive. Please help us to feed families in Passaic County. All donated items will go to the St. Peter's Healthy Food Pantry. We are collecting until May 31st. Thank you for your continued support. Boxes are located in F234, F121/F128, and N215 (Rocco Building0.
  • The School of Performing Arts Dance Program will present the 2022 Spring Dance Concert on Friday, May 20th at 7:00pm in the auditorium. You won't want to miss brand new works by guest, faculty, and student choreographers as well as the announcement of the 2022 Outstanding Dancer. Tickets are and can be purchased at PCTI.booktix.com
  • Any Girls interested in trying out for the Fall JV and/or Varsity Tennis Team, must have a physical. Physical dates and information are available at the nurse’s office. Informational Meeting will be announced. Tryouts will be this summer. Check the link in announcements for updates. https://classroom.google.com/c/MTY3MzM5MTUyMDQy?cjc=2hdgnoz
  • Art can change people and people can change the world…and on Wednesday, May 25th at 5:30pm, the PCTI annual Art Show is back!! Come out to the Athletic Center and see some exquisite art, amazing design, and incredible motion graphics created by the extremely talented students from the School of Communication Arts. With the help from the Schools of Culinary Arts, Construction Technology, and Performing Arts, this event is one you will not want to miss! So come out on May 25th at 5:30PM to the PCTVS Athletic Center and see how art will change you!
  • Anyone interested in trying out for Fall cheer or Competition cheer needs to have a physical or Medical Update form into the nurse. Those trying out for fall cheer must be cleared by a nurse by MAY 27TH, tryouts are May 31st and June 1st. For more information please see the website: https://pctvs.org/fall-sports/cheerleading or read the board in FX 232.
  • Juniors, time is running out to schedule your yearbook portrait appointment. A link to schedule appointments has been emailed to you from Lors. If you do not have the link or your login information, please email a class advisor or Ms. Crawford. There are only a few dates left. If you do not take a photo, your portrait will not be in the yearbook.
  • Christian Student Association meeting on Wednesday, 5-25-22, in room HX 104 (automotive building). All are welcome!
  • Environmental Club & Astronomy Club! Head on over to the STEM Lecture Hall today after school for our viewing of the Lorax!
  • The Comic Book/Manga Club will be meeting on Wednesday, 5/18 at 3:00 in the F Wing Library. The club will be making plans for the 2022/2023 school . Come be part of our future!
  • The Student Wellness Center is taking small group/individual appointments for the month of May. Please book your appointment using the posted link in the announcements or by scanning the QR code outside B103. Bookings Link: https://outlook.office365.com/owa/calendar//bookings/
  • This is the last week to work on your Mental Health & Wellbeing Art & Essay contest submissions. All art work and essays are due FRIDAY, 5/20 by Noon to Mrs. Henry in Room B103.
  • Today's Mental Health Habit is to be present for 5 minutes today. Stop scrolling. Sit quietly and notice all that is around you. Remove the past or future from your mind by just taking time to notice the people you are with, the conversation you are in, the food you are eating, and how you feel in that moment.
  • The STEM Academy chapter of the National Honor Society is sponsoring a school supply drive! All collected supplies will be donated to Passaic County CASA for Children to help area children in foster care with what they need to start the new school year on the right foot. Donations can be dropped off in the labeled collection boxes located by the main entrance of STEM, the STEM staff lounge, or in room S313. Donations will be accepted until Friday, June 10th. New items only please. For more information, contact Ms. Habiba () or Dr. Ponticello ().
  • Rain or Shine it time to dine with the class of 2023 Please join us on May 19 from 4 to 8pm at Panera in Wayne, the Hamburg Turnpike location
Game Results
  • Team: JV Softball (F)
    Opponent: Passaic Valley
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 13 (PCTVS) vs. 9 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the JV Softball team as they improve their record to 14-4 on the season. The lady Bulldogs beat lakeland 13-6 in semi finals of the Jv county tournament and then defeated Passaic Valley in the finals 13-9.The entire team contributed for the win; Jayla Mendez, Kaitlyn Amanullah, Islynn Lugo, Leilani Pena, Amaya Preston, Lindsey Malek, Jessica Naso, Olivia Dragon ,Arianny Polanco , Mia Petrous, Jillian Tovar , Praanjal Gajera are in the books for the first team EVER to win the JV Softball COUNTY TOURNAMENT. Great Job Ladies!!!!!!
  • Team: Varsity Football (F)
    Opponent: Kennedy
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 9 (PCTVS) vs. 0 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the Girls Flag football team on defeating the Kennedy Knights 9 - 0 to improve their record to 4 - 1. Offensively, the loan touchdown was scored by Vivian Enciso. The defense was led by Holy Nitro, who had a team high 5 tackles, and Ciara Chalmers added an interception. Come out this Wednesday at 6:00pm for Senior Night as the Bulldogs take on Wayne Valley.
  • Team: Varsity Baseball (M)
    Opponent: DePaul
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 4 (PCTVS) vs. 3 (Opponent)
    Highlights: Congratulations to the varsity baseball team on beating DePaul Catholic in the Passaic County baseball semi-final. If you weren't at the game you missed a great one. The Bulldogs got an outstanding pitching performance from senior starter Christian Pareja as he kept the Spartan offense off balance for 4 innings. Junior Mirquis Erazo was also outstanding as he pitched the last 3 innings striking out 5 and enabling to bulldogs to make a dramatic 7th inning comeback. Steven "Muscles Peralta led off the bottom of the 7th inning with a single followed by another single by Jonny Gilligan. Devin Genao walked and Jonathan Porcelli who had 2 RBI also drew a walk. The pressure was on the Depaul pitcher as he hit Ray Gelok allowing the winning run to score. Mark your calendar and come out to Bulldog Stadium on Tuesday at 5:00 as the Bulldogs will face division rival Clifton for the County title. Good Luck Bulldogs!!!
May 13
  • The PTSO is currently running a 50/50 Cash raffle through May 17th! 100% of the Profits Go Towards Senior Scholarships! Drawing will be held May 18th at 6:30 p.m. .00 donation per ticket. Please see the following staff members for tickets: Sonia Torres - H-33 or Elizabeth Garcia - H-26.
  • We, The Vocal Technique Program, are proud to present- “Spring back to life!” After two years without a live concert, our melodies will fall like rain from heaven this May 12th and 13th. We will have participation from the Dance program and the Tri-M Rhythm Quartet. 🎹🎤🎶🎵🎼 May 12th we will hold a Tri-M National Music Honor Society Induction during the concert. Reserve your ticket through PCTI.Booktix.com - Link in bio @PCTIVOCALTECHNIQUE or scan the QR code on the poster!
  • The PCTI National Honor Society and the PCTVS World Language Honor Society are sponsoring a food drive. Please help us to feed families in Passaic County. All donated items will go to the St. Peter's Healthy Food Pantry. We are collecting until May 31st. Thank you for your continued support. Boxes are located in F234, F121/F128, and N215 (Rocco Building0.
  • The School of Performing Arts Dance Program will present the 2022 Spring Dance Concert on Friday, May 20th at 7:00pm in the auditorium. You won't want to miss brand new works by guest, faculty, and student choreographers as well as the announcement of the 2022 Outstanding Dancer. Tickets are and can be purchased at PCTI.booktix.com
  • The Student Wellness Center is now offering individual and small group sessions. Use the link in the announcements to make an appointment. These 20-minute time slots can be used to learn tips for dealing with stress and anxiety, a place to share some difficult things you are dealing with currently, or if you need a safe, relaxing space during the day. Wellness Center Bookings link: https://outlook.office365.com/owa/calendar//bookings/
  • The Wellness Center is hosting an Art and Essay contest this month to bring awareness to Mental Health. Stop by B103 for details. Submissions are due May 20th.
  • Any Girls interested in trying out for the Fall JV and/or Varsity Tennis Team, must have a physical. Physical dates and information are available at the nurse’s office. Informational Meeting will be announced. Tryouts will be this summer. Check the link in announcements for updates. https://classroom.google.com/c/MTY3MzM5MTUyMDQy?cjc=2hdgnoz
  • Students, please check your email for a library survey. It's quick and easy! Please complete it by Friday, May 13th. Thank you! Link: https://forms.gle/R9DeN7HVG9UVDeDm7
  • Art can change people and people can change the world…and on Wednesday, May 25th at 5:30pm, the PCTI annual Art Show is back!! Come out to the Athletic Center and see some exquisite art, amazing design, and incredible motion graphics created by the extremely talented students from the School of Communication Arts. With the help from the Schools of Culinary Arts, Construction Technology, and Performing Arts, this event is one you will not want to miss! So come out on May 25th at 5:30PM to the PCTVS Athletic Center and see how art will change you!
  • Anyone interested in trying out for Fall cheer or Competition cheer needs to have a physical or Medical Update form into the nurse. Those trying out for fall cheer must be cleared by a nurse by MAY 27TH, tryouts are May 31st and June 1st. For more information please see the website: https://pctvs.org/fall-sports/cheerleading or read the board in FX 232.
  • Juniors, time is running out to schedule your yearbook portrait appointment. A link to schedule appointments has been emailed to you from Lors. If you do not have the link or your login information, please email a class advisor or Ms. Crawford. There are only a few dates left. If you do not take a photo, your portrait will not be in the yearbook.
  • Christian Student Association meeting on Wednesday, 5-25-22, in room HX 104 (automotive building). All are welcome!
  • Mental Health Habit: Say Hello to one new person today. It takes courage to say Hello, but it spreads kindness and positivity. You never know the impact you may have on someone else, and it always feels good to be kind.
Game Results
  • Team: Varsity Lacrosse (M)
    Opponent: Waldwick
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 14 (PCTVS) vs. 1 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The Boys Lacrosse team continued their winning ways with a dominating 14-1 win over Waldwick on Senior Day. Senior captain Dallas Pollock led the charge with 5 goals and 3 assists. Jack Donovan added 4 goals and 3 assists. Will Yi, Nate Harris, Josh Paez, and Carrick Lawrence chipped in with goals as well. This improved the Bulldogs record to 10-5 which is a school record for wins in a season. Great job Bulldogs!
  • Team: JV Baseball (M)
    Opponent: Passaic
    Location: Home
    Score:
    Score: 11 (PCTVS) vs. 10 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The JV baseball team improved to 14-1 after beating Passaic 11-10 on Wednesday. Dariel Cipion drove in the game winning run with a sacrifice fly to left field. Eric Sadowski, Aiden Gerena, and Ariel Dejesus, had timely hits to help secure the comeback win.
  • Team: Varsity Volleyball (M)
    Opponent: Passaic Charter
    Location: Away
    Score:
    Score: 2 (PCTVS) vs. 1 (Opponent)
    Highlights: The varsity boys volleyball team defeated Passaic Charter, 2-1, to advance to the county championship game for the first time in school history! Joey Chaparro had 7 kills, 4 blocks, 13 service points, and 2 aces; Asher Yanez had 11 kills; Sam Martorano and Jack Suttora had 6 kills each; Mohammed Rahman had 4 kills; Luke Studer had 11 digs; and Jesus Cuautle-Perez had 4 kills and 27 assists. The team will play Saturday night at 5:00 at Clifton High School. Please come out and support boys!