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- Pace Students Secure Many Victories
We had an exciting weekend filled with competitions for several groups. FOOTBALL On Friday night, the annual Battle of the Bronze took place at Milton High School. The Pace Patriots secured a hard-fought victory over the Milton Panthers with a score of 42-35, bringing the Bronze Helmet back home to Pace! NJROTC On Saturday, the Patriot NJROTC returned to Milton High for a competition of their own. They won overall champions of the drill meet, delivering a clean sweep to their competitors. The overall rankings follow: Academics - 1st Place Overall Athletics - 1st Place Personal Inspection- 1st Place Unarmed Basic - 1st Place Unarmed Exhibition - 1st Place Armed Basic - 1st Place Armed Exhibition - 1st Place Color Guard - 1st Place Overall Meet - 1ST PLACE!! A BIG congratulations to the following cadets who medaled at Milton Drill Meet: Female Push-Ups: 1st Place - Jasmine Jernigan 3rd Place - Payton Robbins Male Push-Ups: 2nd Place - Justin Hawkins Female Curl-Ups: 1st Place - Alexis Parker 2nd Place - Alyssa Varney 3rd Place - Ahava Dang Male Curl-Ups: 1st Place - CJ Parker 2nd Place - Brayden White 3rd Place - Roman Jackson Academics: 1st Place - Aidan Barnes 2nd Place - Brenna Baker 3rd Place - Harrison Rennell MARCHING BAND Also on Saturday, the Pride of the Red, White, and Blue Marching Band traveled to Baton Rouge, Louisiana for a competition they had never been to before and to competed with 20 bands they had never seen before. After traveling more than 6 hours to the competition, the show being delayed an additional 3 hours because of rain, they finally got to perform around 5 pm that evening. There were bands from 4 different states (LA, TX, MS, & us from FL) and we came home with Straight 1s (equivalent to Straight A’s) as well as: Best in class Percussion Best in class Color Guard Best in class Band in 5A Overall Grand Champion (best out of all 20 bands) This means that the Pride of the Red, White, and Blue has gone the entire competitive season undefeated and competed against bands from 5 different states. Their last guaranteed performance will be at this Friday’s football game. We hope you will come and support us, the football team, and cheer this Friday! ________ We also have several sports in the playoffs this upcoming week, including golf, swim, and cross country. Congrats to our students for excellence in the classroom and in the athletic and extracurricular arenas! Thanks for all your support this season!!
- Pace Battles Milton in the Classroom
Starting October 3rd and finishing October 27th, S.S. Dixon Intermediate school will compete against W.H. Rhodes school in earning the most Accelerated Reader points (AR). How do you get these AR points? Simple. You have to read and pass a test on the book you read. The goal of course is to BEAT MILTON. After the points have been added together, they will be divided by the number of students in each school. This will determine the winner. What more to get you hyped up than the Pace High Varsity football team. Many people on the team went to S.S. Dixon Intermediate school yesterday to support the youngins. Carson Wright, 11, used the slogan "We will beat them on the field, y'all need to beat them in the classroom."
- The Crowd Goes Wild at Volleyball Senior Night
Senior Night is a tradition in athletics to celebrate the seniors playing their sport. The stands are filled with the student body, friends, and families recognizing the senior players on their last year of playing. Pace High School’s volleyball team had an exciting game for Senior Night. Thursday night. Sept. 22, the Pace community celebrated the Lady Patriot Seniors: Addison Gevo, Isabella Seoane, Kaleigh Windham, and Sarah Leonard. The night was a bittersweet moment as it was a celebration but also an occasion that acknowledged the end of the senior’s high school sports career. The Patriots played Milton High School and ended the night with a win. One of the senior players, Isabella Seoane, shares, “It was so great to finally beat Milton after many losses at Senior Night.” The student section dressed as Minions to "Minion Milton" and cheered the team to victory. As the night came to an end, everyone wished the senior athletes the best for the rest of the season and good luck to them in the future.
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- Pace High School
COVID 19 INFORMATION Current Florida Guidelines DOE Covid-19 Flow Chart If absent due to Covid-19 please contact your teachers through TEAMS each day for instruction. Laptops are available for students. Please let Student Services know if you need one. Please communicate your absences with Student Services . For more information call the FLORIDA HEALTH COVID LINE at 1 (866) 779-6121 IMPORTANT LINKS SCHOOL MEALS MENU APPLY FOR FREE MEALS IMPROVEMENT PLAN SRCSD SCHOOL DISTRICT WEBSITE DISTRICT NEWSLETTER (10/22) BOARD ZONING CHANGES TRANSPORTATION WEATHER STEM LIVE WEATHER SCHOOL REPORT CARD SAFE STOP APP CURRENT HAPPENINGS UPCOMING SCHOOL BOARD CALENDAR SEMESTER 2 TESTING 21/22 PHS NEWS WPHS SRO UPDATE OCT'22 ROTC NEWS SEP'22 williamsmc8 Oct 31, 2022 Pace Students Secure Many Victories We had an exciting weekend filled with competitions for several groups. FOOTBALL On Friday night, the annual Battle of the Bronze took... pacehighyearbook Oct 11, 2022 Pace Battles Milton in the Classroom Starting October 3rd and finishing October 27th, S.S. Dixon Intermediate school will compete against W.H. Rhodes school in earning the... pacehighyearbook Sep 26, 2022 The Crowd Goes Wild at Volleyball Senior Night Senior Night is a tradition in athletics to celebrate the seniors playing their sport. The stands are filled with the student body,... Message from the Principal Education is our first priority, and together, we can make a difference in the lives of our students. We are proud of our school and the programs we offer. The administration, faculty, and staff are here to guide you every step of the way in order to make your Pace High School experience very positive and successful. It is great to be a Pace Patriot and an honor to serve as your principal! Stephen Shell Pace High Alma Mater Give to thee our Alma Mater, memories fond and true Lasting love for Patriot colors: red, white and blue. Set your goals, and strive to meet them; conquer what will be. May God bless what you accomplish; let that be your plea. All hail to thee, Pace High! Written by Sandy Head, Class of ’86
- PHS | Military Families
PHS Welcomes Our Military Families Pace High School is proud to serve the many military families who work and live in our community. We are committed to providing support, resources, and enriching programs to enhance our students’ educational experiences and support their families. This webpage is designed to provide information to military families relocating to the area or with students already attending Pace High. Please visit our district military resources page for information relevant to all military families at Santa Rosa County District Schools. Military & Family Life Counselor (MFLC) Brochure for MFLC The PHS MFLC can be reached at 850-375-7704. Any family interested in using the MFLC services can fill out the consent form, found here. School Liaison Officer Families moving to or from the area are encouraged to contact the NAS Whiting Field School Liaison Officer (SLO) before registering. The SLO can also be an advocate for military families if any issues arise during the school year. The SLO, Dawn Kaunike, can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 850-665-6105 or 850-736-0338. Brochure for SLO School Counselors Information on the PHS Guidance Department, and contact information for the guidance counselors can be found HERE . PHS also has a full time CDAC/Trauma Informed counselor on site. Please reach out to Mrs. Courtney Gongwer via EMAIL or call the school at 850-995-3600. There are many scholarships available to children of both Active Duty and Veterans, especially if the parent has any level of VA disability rating. Scholarship Opportunities for Military Kids For more information CLICK HERE Financial Resources RED CROSS - Website or 1-877-272-7337 Operation Home Front - Website or 1-210-659-7756 VFW - Website Heroes Care - Website USA Cares - Website ESE - Exceptional Student Education If your family has special medical or educational needs, help is available before, during, and after your move. Enrollment in the Exceptional Family Member Program provides military families with special needs considerations during the assignment process and access to support services to help navigate the medical and educational system. CLICK HERE Helpful Links Information on the rights of military students who transfer between states. Free tutoring available 24/7 & test prep for SAT/ACT for military kids. Click here for a helpful tutor.com guide. Offering a multitude of resources for military families. Free counseling is available, as well as articles, information, and resources for typical transitions that come with military life. Providing a place for kids to connect with others who have had similar experiences, whether it’s deployment, moving, or other military-related events. Free resource where you can take a job personality quiz and get information on how to start your future career. Largest Overdrive audio-book library in the world, e-books, foreign languages, test prep, research resources. A peer-to-peer club to connect youth while building change and resiliency skills. UPCOMING EVENTS APRIL Month of the Military Child and Purple Up Day. Stay up to date with all events by watching WPHS and following our social media pages! NOVEMBER Month of the Military Family and Veterans Day.
- PHS | Athletics
ATHLETICS BASEBALL | BOYS BASKETBALL | GIRLS BASKETBALL | CHEERLEADING | CROSS COUNTRY | FLAG FOOTBALL | FOOTBALL | GOLF | SOCCER | SOFTBALL | SWIM | TENNIS | TRACK | VOLLEYBALL | WEIGHTLIFTING | WRESTLING Our mission is to provide, through the arena of athletic competition, the development of mind, body, and spirit. We stress a commitment to excellence based upon the principles of sportsmanship, integrity, hard work and discipline. Information & Forms SUPER PATRIOT PASS 22-23 OUTSIDE SUPPORT ORGANIZATIONS INFO BOOSTER REGISTRATION FORM Athletic Procedures ATHLETIC CLEARANCE FLOWCHART ATHLETIC CLEARANCE QUICKSTEPS BASELINE CONCUSSION TESTING OFF CAMPUS AUTHORIZATION PHYSICAL FORM 22-23 SRCSD EVENT RULES Pace High School is partnering with S2 Pass, a new digital ticket provider for all athletic events for the 2021-2022 school year. In order to attend any athletic event at Pace High School, you must purchase a ticket from S2 Pass. There will not be a cash gate at Pace High School for any athletic event for this upcoming school year. You will need to download S2 Pass from the App Store or Google Play (links). Once you have downloaded the app, you may purchase your ticket(s), and it will be scanned upon entry from your smartphone. An instructional video is below. Please be sure to purchase your ticket(s) prior to arrival. Please share this information with other students and fans! If you don't have a smartphone, you can also purchase your tickets from the S2 Pass fan website and print out your tickets to present at the game through this link here: https://fans.s2pass.com/ Instructional Video S2 Pass - How to purchase and validate tickets Andrews Institute Sports Outreach Program Thank you to Andrews Institute for providing services to our student athletes! Andrews Institute 850-983-5055 Office 850-983-5067 Fax 850-910-5223 Cell PHS TEAMS BASEBALL State Champions: 1985, 1990, 2006, 2010 Final 4 appearances: 1985, 1987, 1990, 1997, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2018 ESPN FAB 50 National Champions: 2010 Varsity Head Coach: Jason McBride Assistant: Kevin Ricks JV Head Coach : Keith Kirchharr Freshman Head Coach: Brad Filbert BOOSTER BYLAWS BOYS BASKETBALL Class 6A District 1 District Champions: 1980, 2009 Varsity Coach: Houston Ramsay JV Coach: Seth Cumbie 9th Grade Coach: Tadarian Rambo GIRLS BASKETBALL Class 6A District 1 Head Coach: Greg Gill Assistant: Tailer Preston JV Coach: Joseph Brabham 9th Grade: Vance Smith Lady Patriot's 22/23 (Updated) Schedule CHEERLEADING Varsity Cheerleading Coach: Kay Dawson JV Cheerleading Coach: Deanna Jackson 22/23 JV Cheer Team 22/23 Varsity Cheer Team BOYS CROSS COUNTRY Coach: Scott Denny GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY Coach: Valerie Wright -Girls Rules 2022 Cross Country Race Schedule FLAG FOOTBALL Head Coach: Chris Raggard Assistant: Patrick Riley FOOTBALL Head Coach: Kent Smith Varsity Assistant Coaches: John Adams , David Bohannon, Seth Cumbie , Bill Jernigan , Jules Pitts , Ty Wise 9th Grade: Brian Hill, Will Edwars, Eric Gates, Brian Middleton, Chris Moore, Tadarian Rambo, Justin Shore, Rick Staszak Team Rules Quarterback Club 22/23 Schedule GOLF Boys Coach: Keith Kircharr Girls Coach: Lexi Worrell BOYS SOCCER Varsity Coach: Rick Carroll JV Coach: Joshua Brooks GIRLS SOCCER Varsity Coach: Chandler Castleman JV/Assistant Coach: Nick Williamson Assistant Coach: Kirti Colvin 22/23 J.V. Roster 22/23 Varsity Roster 22/23 Schedule SOFTBALL District Champions: 1985 & 2021 Varsity Coach: Enrique Eligio and Ricky Crews JV Coach: Lexi Worrell and Matt Wood 9th Grade Coach: Tim Dillashaw and Cheryl Fox 2022 SCHEDULE SWIM Girls Head Coach: Katherine Byers Boys Head Coach: Amy Wolfenden Team Rules 21-22 Roster 21-22 Schedule All parents who plan to be on the deck for any swim meet will need to have volunteer forms filled out and approved. TENNIS Girls Coach: Greg Gill Boys Coach: Joseph Brabham TRACK Boys Head Coach: Jules Pitts Assistant Coach: Jennifer Cumbie Girls Head Coach: Seth Cumbie Assistant: Tailer Preston Team Rules Do the right thing at the right time. Give respect. Handle yourself with class. VOLLEYBALL Head Coach: Cody Trimm JV: Meagan Blevins 9th Grade: Matt Wood 2022 Season Schedule WEIGHTLIFTING Boys 2021 State Champions Head Coach: Ty Wise Assistant Coach: Kent Smith Girls 2022 State Runner-up 2021 District Champions Head Coach: Ty Wise Assistant Coach: Mary Wise 2022 OFF SEASON SCHEDULE WRESTLING Head Coach: Reggie Allen Assistant Coach: Mario Lugo