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Clubs and Organizations

HOMECOMING COURT AND CLASS OFFICER applications will be available in Room 608 or in the Counseling Center beginning on Sept. 5. Those interested should see Mrs. Rutledge for additional information. Homecoming will be Friday, October 6. Class officer elections will occur prior to that date.
STUDENT COUNCIL applications are now available in the Counseling Center from Mrs. Cravey. Those interested should see her immediately to get an application.
THE DEBATE TEAM is currently looking for students interested in being part of that organization. Contact Mr. Stokes in Room 210 if a student is interested in being part of the Debate Team. This team holds meets in both the fall and spring and is recognized for its excellence across the state.
STUDENTS INTERESTED IN being part of the fall theatre production, The Three Musketeers, can contact Mrs. Wright in Room 215 for more information and an audition schedule. Mrs. Wright will hold auditions soon and begin work to produce the play which will hold its debut in November.
 Z CLUB IS the high school group affiliated with Zonta of Longview, an international women’s service organization. Z Club provides opportunities to develop leadership and service skills. Free the Girls is one of the club’s big projects each year. Members collect new and gently used bras. They are sent to help women in Africa build their own business selling bras which are not readily available there. These women are able to leave slave trafficking and other unsavory situations through this project. Another fun part of Z Club is attending Z Fabulous Day in the Spring. All prospective members must apply and interview to be part of the club. Each fall, Z Club has a community wide induction Tea to welcome new girls. Meeting girls from all the other Z Clubs is the area is a great part of the fun. To become part of the Z Club, contact Mrs. McGuire in Room 909.


FCCLA STANDS for Family Career and Community Leaders of America and its tagline is “The Ultimate Leadership Experience.” It is a national student-led group providing experiences to develop leadership skills, prepare students for careers and strengthen home and family led, connect to career and technical with academic skills, improve self-esteem and critical thinking along with helping students to understand themselves and their relationship with others. Locally, FCCLA does service projects, fund raisers, attend regional meetings. See Mrs. McGuire in Room 909 for more information.

PARKING PERMITS for the 2017-2018 school year are now available in the Business Office, according to Roxanne Allen, Business Manager for Pine Tree High School.

Students must bring $5, their drivers license (no learner’s permits will be accepted), the license plate number of the vehicle they will drive and the make and model of the vehicle to Mrs. Allen in order to sign up for the parking permit.

For more information see Mrs. Allen in the Business Office.


SENIOR PICTURES  for those seniors who did not get their yearbook photos taken August 24 are scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday,  August 30 and August 31, from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. in the theatre lobby, according to Greg Collins, Yearbook instructor.

No outside photos will be accepted from seniors this year, the instructor commented. Only pictures taken during senior picture days, or taken by Collins in Room 612, will be accepted for the yearbook this year due to some past problems.

Seniors coming should bring $10 to pay for proofs and dress in casual attire for the shot. They will then be sent the proofs and can select their yearbook picture. Those who do not buy the proofs will have their picture selected by the company or by Collins.

Anyone with questions can stop by Room 612. Collins is available second through eighth period for seniors to sign the roster.


YEARBOOKS FOR  2017-2018 are $80 and are for sale in Room 612, according to Greg Collins, Yearbook instructor.
“There will only be 200 books printed this year, so we don’t want anyone, especially seniors, who want a book to miss on getting one,” he said. “So, it is best to come early and pay for a yearbook.”
Collins will accept checks and cash in his room, although after the first few weeks of school there will be an online site that will open up that will accept credit cards.
“The book will contain a lot of senior pages, expanded coverage of sports and clubs and organizations and a lot of great pictures of Pine Tree students, faculty and staff,” he said. “The theme is Our True Colors, and the book will certainly contain that.”
He is available second through eighth periods to purchase yearbooks.


HOMECOMING COURT and CLASS OFFICER forms will be available on Sept. 5. Students need to think about running for these two important positions. See Mrs. Rutledge in Room 608 for more information.


STUDENT COUNCIL forms are now available in the Counseling Center from Mrs. Cravey or in Room 608 from Mrs. Rutledge.


DEBATE INTEREST meeting is scheduled for Thursday at 4:15 p.m. in Mr. Stokes’ room. The CX topic of discussion will be Education: Improve Education or leave Education As Is. See Mr. Stokes for more information.


BLOOD DRIVE will be Sept. 14. Interested persons can sign up in Room 608. A student must be 16 years of age to give blood.











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