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THS National Honor Society Induction 2022

On Thursday, April 7, 2022, Titusville High School held their 2022 National Honor Society Induction Ceremony.  Induction of new members, lighting of candles and the reading of the honor society oath was enjoyed and celebrated by parents and students.  The new members who are to be congratulated are: Senior – Lodge Nosko, Juniors – Jack Brown, Andrew Burgett, Maesa Burns, Paisley Crawford, Garen Earls, Cole Enright, Lance Enright, Evelynn Hannold, Peyton Hunter, Alicia Kaster, Damian Kinney, Jerod Kinney, Kaelyn MacDonald, Kasen Neely, MiKayla Owen, Owen Reib, Eric Reynolds, Elijah Sampson, Joseph Saxton, Anna Shellgren, Emma Slocum, Lily Southwick, Hunter Thomas, Madison Wakefield, Chase Weaver, Isaiah Yoder

2022 Scholarships

The Titusville Area School District Scholarships are available for students to start applying for.  Click the link below to see what scholarships are available and how to apply.  If you have any questions please contact the THS Guidance Office at 814-827-2715 x 8 x 1425.

https://gorockets.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/2021-22-Scholarship-Book.pdf

2022-2023 Class Scheduling

Last evening, February 10, 2022,  parents of students in grades 8-11 gathered in the Titusville High School Auditorium to discuss student class schedules for next year.  In the coming weeks, school counselors will meet during Wellness classes to discuss the process for choosing classes for their schedule next year.  Students in grades 10 and 11 will receive a course description booklet and scheduling worksheet during Wellness class on Monday, February 14, 2022.  Students in grade 9 will receive their information on Tuesday, February 22, 2022.    Students in Grade 8 will receive their information on Tuesday, February 22, 2022 and Thursday,  February 24, 2022. Please look for your child to bring this booklet and worksheet home.

Parents are highly encouraged to schedule a 20 minute appointment to meet with their child and school counselor.  At this appointment, your child’s accumulated credits and plans for the future will be reviewed. This is a good time to ask questions regarding course selection, future plans, and graduation requirements.

8th Grade Parent Meeting https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1ob5LJdmquiadqfIANP96vd581_jTE9Cpjx9_85XWvhE/edit?usp=sharing

Upperclassmen Parent Meeting https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1OaHBU0H9qAwSy0XQt9N3xyBSG2L776F0ukVa2e0uCV8/edit?usp=sharing

Link for Individual Parent Scheduling Meetings https://forms.gle/2C5dqA6JxHTocTg37

Link for 2022-2023 Scheduling Booklet2022-2023 HS Course Description Booklet

Scheduling forms for Grades 9, 10, 11 & 12 22-23 scheduling worksheet 9th grade, 22-23 scheduling worksheet 10th grade, 22-23 scheduling worksheet 11th grade, 22-23 scheduling worksheet 12th grade


AFTERSCHOOL TUTORING IS AVAILABLE at THS!!

If you would like some extra help in Math or Social Studies, you can now get some afterschool.  Please see the following schedule of tutoring nights available:

MATH

Mrs. Carson – Room 215 – Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday 3:15 – 4:15 for Algebra 1A & Algebra I

Mrs. Fry – Room 235 – Monday & Wednesday  3:15 – 4:15 for Algebra I, Algebra II & Geometry

SOCIAL STUDIES

Mr. Zimmerman – Room 212 – Tuesday & Thursday – 3:30 – 4:30


PMEA District 2 Band Festival

Six students from Titusville High School participated in the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association District 2 Band Festival held in Warren on January 28-29,2022.  These students gathered with approximately 150 selected peers from seven counties (Cameron, Crawford, Elk, Erie, McKean, Potter, Warren) to rehearse music and perform a culminating concert.  Titusville was represented by Charlie Hamilton (trombone), Chloe Watkins (bass clarinet), Gavin Chappel (bass clarinet), Kat Henderson (clarinet), Machail Fullerton (bass clarinet), and Nathan Vinson (tuba). Following an audition process, Charlie, Gavin and Nathan were selected to advance to the Region II Band to be held on March 12 at Penn State – Behrend.  Those three musicians also earned the right to submit audition materials for potential selection to the All-State Symphonic Band or Wind Ensemble to be held in the beginning of April.

PMEA District 2 BAnd
Attached Picture order (L to R):  Nathan Vinson, Gavin Chappel, Charlie Hamilton, Chloe Watkins, Kat Henderson, Machail Fullerton.

Venango Technology Center Technical Honor Society Induction

The Venango Technology Center held their 2021-22 Induction Ceremony on December 2, 2021.  The following Titusville High School students were inducted into this prestigious organization: Amber Auer, Jessie Burk, Dalton Cole, Nathan Lindquist, Kaitlyn Sellen, and  Emme-Kate Wilks.

VTC Honor Society Induction Members

L-R: Amber Auer, Dalton Cole, Nate Lindquist, Jessie Burk: Not pictured Kaitlyn Sellen, Emme-Kate Wilks

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THE CLASS OF 2022

Postsecondary planning for Class of 2022…resource websites have been placed on the THS School Counseling page 


University of Pittsburgh @ Bradford College in the Classroom

Registration for “Pitt Bradford College in the Classroom” classes has begun.  Eligible students in grades 10-12 at Titusville High School enrolled in Academic Algebra II, Advanced Biology, Advanced Chemistry, Calculus, Financial Accounting, Microsoft Office, Pre-Calculus, Physics II, and Spanish III.  Interested students must obtain an application form from the instructor for their class.  Students who would like to obtain the college credit will have to pay a fee to the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford.  If your student is in 9th grade and they are taking any of the eligible courses they could be eligible to take these College in the Classroom courses to obtain these college credits, but the following criteria MUST be met.  The student must have scored proficient or higher on the subject course on their Keystone test and they MUST have a letter of recommendation from one of the Principals (THS) and the teacher who is teaching the class they would like to take.


PLEASE make sure you have completed your students BACK TO SCHOOL UPDATE.


Tech Information for Students and Parents

Tech support phone for students/parents at home
Tech support can be reached by calling 814-827-0977 – This is for students or parents that are at home and need tech support. If the student is in the building we would prefer they go through their teacher so we can look at the issue onsite.   This number will ring until either one of us picks up or the caller hangs up.
Tech support email for students/parents

Tech support can be reached by emailing student-tech-help@gorockets.org – This is for students or parents who are at home and need tech support. If the student is in the building we would prefer they go through their teacher so we can look at the issue onsite.

This is the quickest way to contact us, especially in the first week or two of school since we will most likely not be in our office very often.
The information above is for any student/parent that needs tech support that is either on the hybrid learning model or building online.  ROC students have their own way of getting help.

Students Make it to State Finalist with Suicide Prevention Video

For the second year in a row, the Titusville High School Video Productions class has been chosen as a state finalist  for their suicide prevention video. The competition has been sponsored by  Prevent Suicide Pa and has been held for the past nine years.  This competition has helped our students to develop a better understanding about youth suicide prevention and to educate their peers through their exceptional work. Over the past two years the pandemic has brought mental health and depression to the forefront of education. The video that the students produced represents the idea that anyone can experience depression or suicidal thoughts. The topic of suicide can be a difficult subject for young people to deal with and discuss. Hearing a message of hope from their peers can often break through the stigma of suicide and depression. With this concept in mind the video focuses on the theme of hope. High school students may struggle to reach out to others and seek the help that they need. The video aims to show how even when you may feel alone there is always someone that will help you try to overcome your inner battles. Everybody expresses themselves differently, some may not ask for help directly. So it’s important to reach out to those you care about. After all, it may save their life. 

The short film was made by THS students Baylor Brooks, Sam Ruot, Isabella Sutley, Nolan Ruot, and C.J. Bromley. The video includes how students can go to their teachers or fellow classmates to express their feelings. As the final line of the video says, “The world is always a better place with you in it.” Public voting for the video opens up on February 2nd and closes on February 25th, the winners are announced in early March. You can view and cast your vote at the following website: https://psa.preventsuicidepa.org/2022-public-vote/, our video is contestant 2B in the 60 Second Category.Thank you for your vote. If you or someone you know is feeling depressed or suicidal, please reach out and call the suicide prevention lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.

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