Our KG and 1st grade students enjoyed the morning at the Sandcastle Children's Museum in Ludington along with a picnic at the Waterfront Park and ending with an ice cream at the Ludington Dari Queen!
KG-5th grade students at the end of track and field day!
Our Kindergarten thru 5th grade students enjoyed track and field during the afternoon on 6/5/19. PE teacher, Mike Phillips, coordinates the event each year and it culminates with a special treat from the Ludington Dari Queen!
Deputy Jeff Brown from the Oceana County Sheriff's Dept. was a guest speaker in Mrs. Fatura's forensic science class. Deputy Brown specializes in fire investigation. The class had just finished studying fire and arson and it was a great opportunity for the students to be able to see what they have learned in real life cases and be able to ask questions of an expert in the field. Thank you, Deputy Brown!
Our 3rd grade students along with teacher, Lucy Macher, participated in their annual business trip around the Village of Pentwater today. The students visited and learned about Bella's Salon, the US Post Office, Shelby State Bank, Pentwater Chamber of Commerce, Pentwater Pizza and Grinders, the Pentwater Historical Museum as well as Cosmic Candy! We thank our supportive business partners for their continued involvement in the education of our students!
Our 2nd grade students with teacher, Heidi Fleming, enjoyed a day in Silver Lake on Thursday, 5/30/19. The students met with their Shelby pen pals and enjoyed a Mac Woods dune ride as well as visiting the lighthouse, it was a good day!
Adam Lamb from the Mason County Sheriff's Department spent time with our forensic students sharing about his work in accident reconstruction. It was a great day for the students to learn about practical applications of math and science in law enforcement.
2019 REGIONAL CHAMPIONS!!!!! Congratulations to the Falcon Varsity Golf Team on their WiN at Muskegon Country Club! 16 teams from McBain to Saugatuck competed for regional champions on Thursday. Pentwater took the lead by 4 strokes over Mount Pleasent Sacred Heart. With a Team score of a 334, Everyone played great! Gannon McDonough was our lead scorer with 2nd low score (79), Will Kolenda with 4th lowest score (82), Seth Matulis (86), Drew Kolenda (87) and Mackenzie Breitner finishing with a (91). I’m So proud that we all played as a team, shot for shot, it was an amazing team win! We look forward to going to States as a Team for the first time for all of these athletes! It’s a great Win for our conference and our school to be heading to States!!
Our kindergarten students and teacher, Terrah Schmieding, visited Storybook Village and were entertained by owner, Ms. Barbara Sims, with children's stories. The kids also had the opportunity to visit Cosmic Candy with owner, Mr. John Nagel! There are great local businesses to explore in Pentwater and we thank all of our business community for their continued support of our students here at Pentwater. Discover all of the wonderful stores in our beautiful downtown Pentwater!
The Pentwater Yacht Club enjoyed a dinner performance by our high school jazz band led by Band/Music Instructor Hilary Hunsberger!
Reminder: Team Daria photo being taken in front of the school on Tuesday, May 28. All those who wish to participate; students, staff and community members are asked to meet in front of the school at 7:40am tomorrow morning.
Pentwater Varsity Softball took two close games from Brethren last night. Mikaylyn Kenney earned both wins and racked up 16 K's between the two games. Excellent defense both games secured the wins! Great Job Ladies, I am one very proud coach!
Time Enough by Rick Magrath and Andrea Gallie For the Class of 2019 Summer's hope is in the wind Bags and dreams by the door. I'll be gone before the evening Before I'm settling for... If sunbirds greet my morning And cloud drops fill my day. Blacktop horizons echo songs So hard to go and stay. I've got time enough for flying Time enough to walk out of town I've got time enough for fences Time enough to touch distance shores I've got time enough for wasting Time enough for reaching crowns But right now I've got time enough Time enough for you and me Stars flicker in the rain Train whistles in the night Fields of trees - seas of grass Promises in hindsight Highway stretches deep River leaves begin to blow I'm scrambling to find my way Westward with the sun and crows So when I follow where I'm going And cobwebs lace my shoes I'll look inside and see your smile Find my way back to you
Please note that the Class of 2019 Graduation Ceremony will take place at 7pm in the high school gymnasium. The doors will be locked and will open at 6pm for admission. Thank you!
We thank our veterans, past and present, who have served and sacrificed for our freedoms! Have a safe and wonderful Memorial weekend from Pentwater Public Schools!
Our NHS students spent some time in the afternoon placing flags on veterans' graves in preparation for Memorial Day remembrance services. We thank our veterans for their service and sacrifice!
Our 4th-6th grade students enjoying a Whitecaps game in Grand Rapids on Wednesday, 5/22/19!
On Friday, May 17, 2019, Clif and Jake Metcalf visited to perform and work with the HS Jazz Band, 5th Grade Band, and the Kindergarten and 1st Grade students. Clif is a senior at Hope College studying business and music and Jake is a senior at Alma High School and is quite the multi-instrumentalist. It was great to have some professional musicians in to show students the different avenues a career in music can take you. Thank you Jake and Clif!
3rd Grade Students Planting Flowers
Glenn pitched 8 innings of no hit, shut out baseball over two games against WMD conference rivals Mason County Eastern and Walkerville. Glenn racked up 22 strikeouts while only giving up one walk. Over the four games, Glenn went 10 for 14 at the plate with 2 Home runs, a triple, 2 doubles, and 5 singles, including hitting for the cycle against MCE, while also picking up 11 RBI's over the four games. Glenn is batting .537 on the season while holding a 0.44 ERA on the mound.