Students gathered with Mrs. Woodman in the Main Lobby of PRHS today, December 23, 2015, to welcome students and faculty with holiday cheer. They played Jingle Bells, and other holiday songs. "I loved it; it was a great way to start the day. They also came to my classroom and played Jingle Bells," said Mrs. Bresowsky. The faculty and students love spreading cheer throughout their school.
Wednesday, December 23, 2015
Monday, December 21, 2015
The Port Richmond High School 2015 SING performances were held on November 20th and 21st. The Silverstein Trophy was awarded to the Junmen for their performance of The 5G Grant. The show was written and directed by Kaitlynn Gonzalez. The 5G Grant is about Port Richmond’s Glee Club going to a competition to win a 5G grant. The pressure is on because if they lose the competition against Curtis High School the club gets shut down and the football team gets the money. During the glee club rehearsal a football player gets the setlist from a girl in the club and he gives them to the other school to use in the competition. Port Richmond’s glee club ends up coming up with another setlist and winning the competition. “I’m so happy we won, we all put so much work into the show,” said Gonzalez. The Senmore show,Couples Therapy, is a spin off of a reality television show. Their show is about a few couples who attend couples therapy to have their problems solved. The Senmore show was written by Sydney Russell and directed by Alphie Davis, Eric Greco and Irving Valasquez.
Tuesday, December 15, 2015
Port Richmond High School students continued their annual tradition of helping to light the Christmas Tree that is in front of the VNA building located at 400 Lake Ave. At the event the school participated in multiple ways. The Culinary SLC served cookies and hot chocolate, the marching band performed Christmas carols, and two students came out and sang holiday classics. The two students that came out to perform for the crowd were Kaitlynn Gonzalez and Karinna Ramos. Ramos performed Last Christmas, originally performed by WHAM!, and Gonzalez performed Christmas (Baby Please Come Home), originally performed by Mariah Carey. A week before the event student government members came out and helped Mr. Medugno decorate the front of the building with garland that lights up, hanging ornaments, snowflakes, and poinsettias.
Thursday, November 26, 2015
The Culinary Arts Academy held their annual Thanksgiving Feast for the students. The Food was prepared by nearly all the culinary classes, and was served by students that volunteered to help out rather than eat the food themselves. At the event, they served cornbread, stuffing, mashed potatoes, string beans with almonds, carrots, sweet potato cubes, apple pie, pumpkin pie, and of course, turkey. Jessica Gottlieb, culinary student, helped make the sweet potatoes. “The sweet potatoes were fun to make, my hands were covered in sugar. Mr. Ryan outdid himself again this year for the event.” said Gottlieb. Valfred Martinez really loved the food and the mashed potatoes were his favorite. Mr. Marra said the apple pie was delicious and the stuffing, cornbread, mac and cheese were good. Mr. and Mrs. Santos said they loved the apple pie with the great filling. The culinary students and teachers both enjoyed being together at the event.
Thursday, June 11, 2015
On Friday, June 5, Port Richmond’s seniors attended the night they were all waiting for, their senior prom at the Hilton Garden Inn. With a Masquerade theme, seniors arrived wearing their unique masks with their prom dresses and tuxedos. Everyone arrived at the Hilton at around 6:45-7 p.m. The Prom actually started when the seniors were brought into the Nicotra’s Ballroom. At around 8 p.m., the seniors danced and ate the dinner of their choice. Along with the dancing and the food, seniors took a lot of pictures; with their phones and/or by professional photographers. The night ended at midnight, but the memory of the night will last forever.
Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Softball Raiders Earn a Championship Title
By: Robert Lubinski
The Raiders’ Softball team got off to an impressive start in the PSAL championship game against Susan Wagner. Within two innings, PR had an overwhelming 9-3 lead which brought them to a final score of 15-9, a memorable victory. For the first time in 14 years, Port Richmond won a Softball title.
Eight of PR's nine starters had at least one base hit and the only player who didn't walked twice and scored two runs. Freshmen Lily Russo (three runs, RBI, 2B) and Nancy Revilla (two walks, three runs, two RBI) led the offensive assault with three hits apiece. Nicole Revilla (two runs, walk, two SB), Alexa Venditti (two runs, 2B), Jessica Gottlieb (run, four RBI, 2B) and Alexandra Labita (3B, run, SF, SAC) added two hits each for PR.
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Marching Band’s Trip to Baltimore
by: Larissa Poliseno
Recently the Port Richmond Marching Band Visited Baltimore Maryland. On the way there Julia Rodriquez played her ukulele while other students sang along with her. On their overnight trip they were able to go site seeing on a speed boat where members of marching band were singing and dancing to music. After walking around the inner harbor they went to the Hard Rock Café where they were able to enjoy a great meal and buy souvenirs. Students also attend the Camden Yards Stadium where they watched the Baltimore Orioles play against the Los Angeles Angels. After a long, exciting day students went to the hotel where they hung out with their friends. The following day they drove to Six Flags where they performed several songs and then spent the day going on rides and playing games. Everyone had a great time!