Now's your chance to thank the teacher or staff member who made the biggest impact on you during your school career or was your favorite. It can be someone from elementary or middle-school, and/or someone from high-school, or another school you went to. Make sure you explain why she or he is was your favorite. Keep it appropriate and positive, I have to approve all postings before they go up!
If you could go back to your Freshmen year, what would you change if you could? It can be about classes, studying, becoming more involved, concentrating on a different class more, but something you would have done differently in the last four years.
Now's your chance to thank your favorite teacher(s) and/or Staff members here at PHS, past or present, or both! Let them know how much they meant to you. What are your favorite memories of them? Keep it clean!
What advice for their Senior year, would you give to the Juniors? Keep it publishable.
It's time to let them know how much you appreciated them. Leave a note to any faculty or staff member who you'll miss or have missed.
What are your thoughts on the goal exercise? What did you find the easiest type of goal to set? Experiences, Growth or Contributions? Which was hardest? Which do you think is the most important?
Post something that you would change if you could. It can be about classes, studying, becoming more involved, concentrating on a different class more, but something that you would have done differently in the last four years.
Post a memory of something that happened here under the PHS Dome that you'll always remember. It could be something that happened in the halls, in a class, at an event, on a field trip, but it should be connected to the school and, as always, be appropriate!
Leave some appropriate advice to Freshmen and others coming up here at PHS...
Leave your favorite teacher, administrator, or PHS staff member a message about how much they meant to you.
regarding your hero, do you feel it's easier to express how you feel about your hero in writing? Or would it have been easier to tell them how you feel in person? Why?
of the things you carry, which is most important and why? Are there any memories or special moments that you remember attached to the item?
Writing your own obituary was designed to get you to think about your legacy... was it successful or not and why?