Congratulations to our students and staff on their performance on the Keystone Exams. I am happy to announce that we are at the top of the county:
ALGEBRA - #1 in Westmoreland County
ELA - #1 in Westmoreland County
BIOLOGY - #3 in Westmoreland County
Congratulations to the PTHS Competition Squad on earning top 10 in the Nation!
PTHS Warriorette's Dance Clinic - Saturday, March 9
The PTHS Warriorette will be having a dance clinic on Saturday, March 9 at Penn Middle School. Please see the below flier for more details.
11th Annual Empty Bowl - Sunday, March 3
The 11th Annual Empty Bowl which benefits the Westmoreland County Food Bank will be held on Sunday, March 3 from noon until 4 pm at Hempfield High School. Students, as well as school employees, will receive a $5 discount if their student/school ID is shown.
School Picnic - Friday, May 31
Ticket are $28/ticket. Sale date is Wed, March 20.
Penn-Trafford High School (Student Literary Magazine) "Traces". VIEW: "Traces
PTHS Gymnasium and Athletic Event Security
This is a reminder that no outside food or drink is permitted in the gym or any other athletic venue. Penn-Trafford reserves the right to search any bags that come into the gymnasium or other athletic event. These measures are in place for the safety of all of our participants and spectators. Thank you for your cooperation.
Commemorative Tile Order
The Penn-Trafford School District is offering a very unique opportunity for families, students, clubs, teams, organizations, and community groups! We are offering personalized commemorative tiles for purchase that will be permanently displayed in two of the renovation phases at the high school; the athletic annex and the auditorium entrance. Each tile will be 6 x 6 inch squares with full color designs and personalization. Each tile will be $100. Logos are available for sports, music related items, special interests, as well as the Warrior Head,the warrior shield, and arrow. If you have a specific company logo that you’d like to use, please provide a vector image of the logo (.eps, .pdf, .ai).
Tile Order Form
PTHS Foyer & Auditorium
Senior Arts ShowcasePenn-Trafford High School
SAT TestingPenn-Trafford High School
School will be in Session (Make-up day from January 31)Penn-Trafford High School
Spring Recess - No School (5th snow makeup day)Penn-Trafford High School
Local School District Holiday - No SchoolPenn-Trafford High School
Spring Recess - No School (6th Snow Makeup Day)Penn-Trafford High School
School Recess - No School (4th snow makeup day)Penn-Trafford High School
Act 80 - In Service DayPenn-Trafford High School
DUAL ENROLLMENT/PT ACADEMY
High School Telephone and Fax Information
Main Office - 724-744-4471
Guidance Office --- 724-744-4425 (office) --- 724-856-0201 (Fax)
Nurses Office --- 724-744-0302 (office) --- 724-259-6475 (Fax)
Athletic Office --- 724-744-7252 (office) --- 724-252-4391 (Fax)
Attendance Office --- 724-744-4471 ext. 1004 --- 724-256-4062 (Fax)
Athletic Training Office --- 724-744-0580 (office) --- 724-252-4048
Scheduling Resources 2019-2020
Please click on the link below for more information regarding 2019-2020 scheduling process:
Student Parking Information
Student Parking Pass Registration for 2018-19 School Year is now closed.
Student parking at Penn-Trafford High School is a privilege and will be offered to Seniors and Junior students in good standing.
Parking Pass applications will be available on Monday, August 6th at 8:00 am through www.familyid.com.
After successfully completing the application, parking passes will be available for pickup starting Wednesday, August 15th at 8:00 am in the Athletic Office. In order to receive your permit, you must bring your current drivers license.
Applications will only be accepted if they are fully completed and include a copy of the student’s driver’s license. Applications must also include the full parking fee of $75.00. Students that are on the restricted list are not permitted to purchase a parking permit until their obligation(s) are fulfilled.
National Honor Society
Safe School Helpline
Penn-Trafford School District is implementing a Safe School Helpline to help prevent threats and dangers to the school community. Safe School helpline is designed to assist you in reporting any wrongdoing that impacts our schools, our students or our staff – anonymously, so as to protect your privacy. For example, you may wish to report acts of violence, potential threats, bullying, harassment, theft, drugs, weapons, or any other dangers that may cause harm.
In addition to reporting danger, Safe School Helpline also provides a direct link to a live, trained suicide/mental health counselor 24 hours/day, 365 days/year. The helpline provides students with a place to call – anonymously – and talk through what could be the most dangerous half-hour of their life. Unfortunately, youth suicide rate has tripled in the past 30 years, and suicide is the third leading cause of death of students ages 14-19 in the United States.
SAFE SCHOOL HELPLINE
If you see something, say something! The Safe School Helpline is a convenient, confidential way for anyone to report information about situations that might affect safety at our school. You can call the number any time of the day or night to report concerns.
In order to utilize Safe School Helpline you can do one of the following:
- Need to use the following website: www.safeschoolhelpline.com
- Call 1-800-4-1-VOICE Ext 359. The message will not be traced, and you will not be identified. The Safe School Helpline team will transcribe your message and notify school officials, so appropriate action can be taken.
- TEXT: 66746, use the word TIPS
Thank you for your continued support to provide a better education for all students in Penn Trafford School District. If you have any questions about the Safe School Helpline, please contact the school or the administration building.
Back Pack Program
As you do your back to school shopping, please think of Penn-Trafford's Backpacks-to-Go Program. The Penn Trafford Backpacks-to-Go Program is a supplemental nutrition program provides a backpack filled with meals and snacks every other weekend to district children enrolled in the program, made possible through donations from community members, businesses, organizations, and churches in the surrounding area, and PT staff. If you would like to make a monetary, gift card, food or backpack donation, please contact Lauren Traill at email@example.com or 724-744-2161 or Lisa Popovich at firstname.lastname@example.org
Back Pack Program Letter
Noble Warriors 2018-2019