POASD Upcoming Events
Whats Happening at POASD
The Homecoming Parade is on October 14, 2015. The parade leaves at 6:00 PM from the PO Senior High School. All participants need to be ready to step off at six. The parade route follows from the High School, down Philips Street, down South Centre (Route 350 is open to one lane traffic), turns right onto Pine Street (going past the old Junior High) and ends at YMCA.
The PO Sr. High School would like to invite all PO Student Athletes & Clubs to enter a float into the 2015 PO Homecoming Parade. Please contact the following for more information:
Debra Miller: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Powderpuff Game begins immediately after the parade. Cost is $1.00 for everyone. There is no student or senior rate. (Please bring exact change, if possible. It helps to keep the line moving quickly, so everyone can get in after the parade and watch the game.) Thank you for supporting PO!
Front Row: Left to Right - Lara Sharpless, Kylie Whitehead, Celena Garcia, Cheyanne Cowfer, Jordan Bertothy, Merissa Martin, Ryann Knowles, and Haylee Hayward.
Back Row: Left to Right - Cameron Hynd, Nick Patrick, Aaron Boumerhi, Jacob Anderson, Kyle Albert, Ty Laird, Payton Moore, and Will Granville.
Court Candidates are presented on the field during halftime of the Powderpuff game.
Queen and King will be crowned prior to the game on Friday, October 16th around 6:25 PM.
The PO Music Boosters are selling door/welcome mats to raise funds to support the students in the PO Music Department grades K-12. The cost is $20. These are available at the home football games, or by contacting Lois Rea at 360-7673.
Congratulations to the boys golf team for finishing the 2015 season undefeated.
Players are: Payton Guelich, Carter Fischer, Jared Anderson, and Tyler Singer
PO Drama Club to Present Murder Mystery
Back by popular demand, The PO High School Drama Club’s Murder Mystery Dessert Theatre “Whodunnit” is back again. Because of the overwhelming positive feedback from the past years’ shows and in an effort to raise funds for the drama clubs upcoming productions of The Diary of Anne Frank in November and The Little Mermaid in April, the officers decided to stage another student run Murder Mystery production.
This lighthearted and humorous send-up of famous detectives dishes out a bountiful feast of wisecracks seasoned with physical comedy! The International Association of Mystery Solvers is hosting an awards banquet for the ’world’s greatest detectives.’ As Foster Holmes, Sherlock’s descendant, steps up beside the host to speak, Jenny Watson bursts in. She is protesting her ancestor’s role as Sherlock’s sidekick! Alas, the lights go out, and, when they return, the banquet’s host is dead and the prize money is missing. It’s time for Foster and Jenny to team up with an aging British sleuth, a forgetful gumshoe and a hillbilly sheriff to solve this crime. - Pioneer Drama Services
The show, Murder at the Banquet, a comedy Murder Mystery, will run Thursday, October 08 & Saturday, October 10, at 7 PM in the PO High School auditorium. The $5 general admission ticket includes entrance to the show, one free ballot, and a complimentary dessert given during intermission where the audience will place ballots to guess “whodunnit” for a chance at door prizes.
Student directors Bryant LeBeau and Talia Romano invite you to please come out and support the drama club in their fundraiser. Murder, Mystery, and Mayhem will be sure to ensue!
The Philipsburg-Osceola Area High School has recently been ranked the 67th best high school in the state of Pennsylvania by the U.S. News and World Report. This ranking designates the high school as a Silver School. The full profile and rankings can found by clicking the logo above.