Good morning, Putnam! It's a busy weekend of Putnam activities for football, softball, band, color guard, Drumline, and Seniors. Senior night is tonight! The tailgate is sponsored by our PC Band Boosters, and starts at 5:30 pm in the commons. They will be serving up soup and sandwiches. Eat what you want, pay all you can. Proceeds go to our music department.🥣🥪 Our canned food drive wraps up this evening. Bring 2 🥫🥫cans per . . .
Best of luck to our Lady Midget Softball team at Districts! The first pitch is at 5:00 in Trenton. Our Lady Midgets face off against the Brookfield Bulldogs this evening. Get out and cheer our girls onto victory!
On Friday, October 18, 2019, we will celebrate our Seniors for Football, Cheer, Band, Color Guard, and Golf. Join us and the Band Boosters for a tailgate before the game. Soup and sandwiches will be served up beginning at 5:30 pm on Friday. Eat what you want, and pay what you can. All proceeds go to support our band program. Our band and color guard have been hard at work practicing and are ready to perform for you! Be sure to . . .
During the week of October 14-18, Putnam County R-I will do our part to help support our local food pantry. In the Middle and High School, we are competing by grade and number of items donated. In the Elementary, we will compete by class. There is a 50 item minimum to win cookies for your class. There is a 100 item minimum to win an ice cream party for your class. Students can earn free admission to a Varsity Football . . .
The Putnam County R-I National Honors Societies are hosting a DVDs4VETS Donation Drive this year as a way to honor our countries veterans. DVDs4Vets started on Veteran's Day, 2006. With increasing reports of severely wounded soldiers returning home from Iraq, many of them, due to physical hardships, including traumatic brain injuries (TBI), were unable to easily obtain entertainment most civilians take for granted. . . .
Mrs. Whitworth's Fab 5 became paper pilots this week! After learning about the scientific method, they tested it out with their first experiment. Their testable question was "How will different styles of wings affect how far a paper airplane will fly?" After a few days of research, hypothesizing, discussing all the variables, and building, the pilots were ready to fly!
Each month, I will be recognizing the Top Reader in each grade and Top Class in Accelerated Reader. September's focus was on most successful, meaning they had the highest percentage of correct answers on their tests. The winners were as follows: Top Reader 2nd Grade: Scout V. 90% Top Reader 3rd Grade: Cy L. 96.7% Top Reader 4th Grade: Ethan B. 100% Top Reader 5th Grade: Matthew B. 100% Top . . .
Every day all of us take in information and are transformed in some way from that knowledge. In the eighth grade, students are growing in their knowledge of transformations. The pictures show students exploring with a partner congruent and similar triangles. We have studied translations, reflections, and rotations. We will put those together to do compositions and then end the unit with dilations. . . .
November 2019 Breakfast Menu November 2019 Elementary Lunch Menu November 2019 MS-HS Lunch Menu
Several new things are happening this year in the Putnam County R-I High School. On the second Wednesday of every month, teachers can select students to be invited to an Academic Awards Breakfast from 7:45 am - 8:05 am in the High School Commons. During this breakfast invited students and their teachers sit together and enjoy a hot breakfast prepared by the kitchen staff. It's a chance for the students and staff to . . .