PHSS vid goes viral

PHSS students report on their school's rendition of the Harlem Shake.

By now, some of you have seen our own famous Mr. Fyles and his Chemistry 12 class doing their thing on the gone-viral YouTube sensation, “Harlem Shake.”

The Chemistry 12 group now has more than a thousand hits on its uploaded performance, with a fan club growing daily.

Longer hours of daylight and trees in bud tell us that Spring Break is fast approaching. For some students, such as the PHSS travel club, it can’t come soon enough as the group looks forward to heading off for a tour of Belize, the nation that brought chewing gum to the world! We wish all of the students and chaperones safe travels, and a magnificent time in Central America.

Speaking of having fun, Mardi Gras came to PHSS in February, with a full-out, in-costume dance sponsored by hard working students and staff. After a week of candy grams and flowers, the evening was a colourful conclusion to the most romantic week of the year.

Moving into springtime means many students will be picking up extra working hours during Spring Break, while others will just enjoy a week of relaxation. With Easter just around the corner, too, this upcoming month promises to be an all-around superb set of weeks for students and staff!

We wish everyone a fantastic spring break, and hope that all the students and staff at PHSS have chance to rest and rejuvenate their school spirit!

 

 

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