• Wednesday, 2/25 – B Day (3B Puma Time)

    • SAT Day
    • SPMT Meeting – 4:00 PM, Library Media Center
    • Prince George’s County Basketball Championship – 5:30 PM
    • 3rd Qtr Progress Report Grading Window Opens  

     

    Thursday, 2/26 – A Day (4A Puma Time)

    • Young Men of AMANTE Meeting – 10:00 AM
    • First Round Playoff Basketball – Boys vs. Oxon Hill HS (5:30 PM);  Girls vs. Bowie HS (7:00 PM)

      

    Friday, 2/27 – B Day (2B Advisory)

    • Instructional Council Meeting – 2:30 PM, Principal’s Conference Room
    • SLO Submission Deadline to Teachscape
    • MD 4A South Wrestling Tournament – 4:30 PM
    • 3rd Qtr Progress Report Grading Window Closes

    Monday, 3/2

    • 9th Grade Parent Meeting – 6:00 PM
    • PARCC - PBA – English 10, Algebra 1 & Algebra 2
    • Alt-MSA Testing Window Closes

     

    Tuesday, 3/3

    • 9th Grade SIT – 9:30 AM

      

    Wednesday, 3/4

    • Faculty Meeting – 4:00 PM
  • Presidential Visit
    Visit from Comptroller
  • PUMA Word of the Day
  • denigrate (v.)

    - to belittle, diminish the opinion of 

    The company decided that its advertisements would no longer denigrate the company’s competitors. 

  • Conditions for Upper Marlboro, MD at 1:58 am EST
    Current Conditions:
    Fair, 19 F

    Forecast:
    Fri - Clear. High: 33 Low: 15
    Sat - Partly Cloudy. High: 28 Low: 17
    Sun - PM Light Wintry Mix. High: 38 Low: 30
    Mon - Partly Cloudy. High: 43 Low: 25
    Tue - PM Showers. High: 38 Low: 35

    Full Forecast at Yahoo! Weather

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  •  ALL ABOUT US…


     

    Last week our Biomedical & Health Professions academy students participated in the 2nd Annual Biomedical Competition at the Greenbelt Marriott.  Our students presented their research on Meningitis and Parkinson’s Disease and placed 1st & 2nd winning the competition based on their research, presentation, website and panel discussion.  Congratulations Pam Davis (Academy coordinator), Tanya Adkisson, and Dr. Portia Barnes for preparing the students so thoroughly.  Also, thank you Deanna Dodge, Robin Rubain, Melody Thompson, William Blake, and Deborah Royer for supporting the students as well. 

     

    Staff, please take the time to thank our Building Supervisor, Curtis Matthews and the members of the custodial team for all their hard work during this stretch of severe winter weather!  They are working extremely hard to maintain a safe and conducive learning climate for all of us despite the cold and snow.