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Image of PFHS Green Team in front of PFHS BannerCongratulation to the PFHS Green Team who recently won $20,000 in the 2016-2017 PepsiCo Recycle Rally! 

The PFHS Green Team joined the Recycle Rally contest sponsored by PepsiCo where we collected plastic bottles and aluminum cans from our students, parents, staff, and community. Our Green Team would sort the items between plastic and aluminum, bag them up and weight each bag. PepsiCo would send auditors to our school at various times to confirm we were recycling the right kind of items and weight everything properly. The top schools with the most recycled items by weight would win a cash prize from $1,000  to $20,000 for their school. PFHS was able to rise up and make it to first place and brought home $20,000 for our school. This contest was a national contest, so we competed with schools from all across the USA. It was a lot of work for our Green Team, but well worth the time and effort everyone put in. It was amazing to see how much support we received from our school and community.

Special thanks to the Rally Leaders, Mr. Starling and Ms. Hibbert-Herzog!  Way to go Trojans!

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Published by Barbara Ratledge on May 25, 2017

        


Image of PFHS Green Team in front of PFHS Banner

Congratulation to the PFHS Green Team who recently won $20,000 in the 2016-2017 PepsiCo Recycle Rally! 

The PFHS Green Team joined the Recycle Rally contest sponsored by PepsiCo where we collected plastic bottles and aluminum cans from our students, parents, staff, and community. Our Green Team would sort the items between plastic and aluminum, bag them up and weight each bag. PepsiCo would send auditors to our school at various times to confirm we were recycling the right kind of items and weight everything properly. The top schools with the most recycled items by weight would win a cash prize from $1,000  to $20,000 for their school. PFHS was able to rise up and make it to first place and brought home $20,000 for our school. This contest was a national contest, so we competed with schools from all across the USA. It was a lot of work for our Green Team, but well worth the time and effort everyone put in. It was amazing to see how much support we received from our school and community.

Special thanks to the Rally Leaders, Mr. Starling and Ms. Hibbert-Herzog!  Way to go Trojans!

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Published by Barbara Ratledge on May 25, 2017

        


Image of a student serving a teacher at the  PFHS Trojan CafeClick here to read the Fayetteville Observer story about the PFHS Trojan Cafe in the News!

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Published by Barbara Ratledge on May 16, 2017

        


The PFHS FFA Horticulture teams competed yesterday, April 5, 2017 and all three teams placed first and qualified for regionals.
Also, Jazmin L was overall 1st place individual in Intro to Horticulture. Congratulations and great job!

The winners are:
Intro to Horticulture:
Jazmin L
Blake L
Erin N
Victoria C

Nursery/Landscape:
Leah E
Jacob A
Ford D
Samantha C

Floriculture:
Michele M
Johnsie R
Jeffrey S
Jordan C

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Published by Barbara Ratledge on April 6, 2017

        


FFA Logo with Eagle at the topFFA Leadership Contest Winners, March 15, 2017
Extemporaneous Public Speaking – Jeffrey S-1st Place
Creed Public Speaking – Jazmin L- 2nd Place
Job Interview – Samantha C- 2nd Place
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Published by Barbara Ratledge on March 28, 2017

        


Students from PFHS selected for NC Governor's School 2017The Cumberland County Schools’ Academically Intellectually Gifted (AIG) Program is pleased to announce that the following Pine Forest High School students have been selected to attend the 2017 session of the NC Governor’s School:

Arington D (Social Science)
Ellin H (Social Science)
Portia W (English)
Daniel S (Math)

The Governor’s School of North Carolina is a five and one-half week summer residential program for intellectually gifted high school students that integrates academic disciplines, the arts, and unique courses on each of two campuses (Salem College in Winston-Salem and Meredith College in Raleigh). The curriculum focuses on the exploration of the most recent ideas and concepts in each discipline, and does not involve credit, tests, or grades. The Governor’s School is the oldest statewide summer residential program for academically or intellectually gifted high school students in the nation.
Congratulations for this great accomplishment!

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Published by Barbara Ratledge on March 13, 2017

        


A basketball on a cement floor

During a recent Mid-South Conference Girls’ Basketball post-season coaches meeting, the following PFHS student-athletes were applauded for their exemplary sports performance:
First Team All-Conference: Claresha P
Second Team All-Conference: Gradesha P

Congratulations!

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Published by Barbara Ratledge on March 2, 2017

        


Science Olympiad with the world behind itCONGRATULATIONS to the PFHS Science Olympiad team who placed 5th in Regionals held Saturday, February 25.

This is the another step towards building a great team. Just wait till next year. Trojan Pride!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Published by Barbara Ratledge on February 28, 2017

        


Image of a ViolaPine Forest High School recognizes Erin H for earning 1st Chair Viola (Principal) in the  Eastern North Carolina String Orchestra this past weekend.  She competed against 24 other violists in this orchestra for this top honor.  This 1st Chair represents the most talented violist in this orchestra.

Congratulations and great job!

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Published by Barbara Ratledge on February 21, 2017

        


Image of NCHSAA in Blue, orange and greyPine Forest High School congratulates Daniel Peede for placing 4th in the State this past weekend at the NCHSAA Wrestling State Individual Tournament.

Great job!

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Published by Barbara Ratledge on February 21, 2017

        


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