about Stephanie Greenberg Selected as New Assistant Principal at Princeton High School
Stephanie Greenberg has been selected to be an assistant principal at Princeton High School. Ms. Greenberg currently serves as the PPS Supervisor of Humanities, Grades 7-12. She will assume her new duties on Monday, July 12.
“Stephanie Greenberg is an engaging and accomplished educator with experience, leadership, and a passion for learning that will be a tremendous asset to Princeton High School," said Dr. Carol Kelley, Superintendent of Princeton Public Schools. "I'm thrilled that she will be working with Principal Chmiel and the administrative team."
about March-April Plans: Information for PHS Families
Highlights of the new bell schedule:
*60 minute periods M-TH, 45 minute periods on Friday.
*20 minute break in the middle of (8:20-1:00) instructional day.
*Fridays will be in-person beginning on 3/19 (Week of 3/15).
*Targeted instruction period will remain from 2:00-3:21, Monday-Thursday. We will have an additional period from 12:00-1:00 on Friday, and an open period from 2:00-3:21 on Friday. For the open period on Friday, we ask that you communicate an appointment time with your teacher.
PowerSchool has been updated to reflect the new bell schedule. You can also view the schedules as an attachment or on our website.
about PHS Schedule for the Week of January 19, Covid Assessments, PSAT Schedules, New Zoom Procedures
Please be reminded that Tuesday will be an E Day with COHORT B returning to the building. Start time is 8.20am.
As Mr. Warren stated on Friday, the remainder of the January calendar has been modified due to PSAT on Jan 26. Office hours will be tied to each day of the week. Number days are gone.
Please click here for the revised January calendar, and here for February calendar, and here for revised PHS Bell Schedule 2021. Instructions and schedules on January 26 will be modified to accommodate those who have signed up to take the test. More information will be released this week.
Please be reminded that all MUST complete the COVID Health Assessment in Power School before arrival. Please make sure you are logged into your Power School Portal on your phone or your device as you approach the building. We no longer take screenshots as proof.
about PHS Racial Literacy Course a Linchpin as Offerings Expand
“We call them ‘social justice warriors’,” says Princeton High School Principal Jessica Baxter of the students who have taken the school’s racial literacy course, an elective taught by Joy Barnes-Johnson and Patricia Manhart. “Nobody leaves the course as they enter it. They want to do more.”
For junior Faria Majeed, doing more meant working with fellow students to found a social justice club called C.A.R.E., for Cultural and Racial Equity. CARE gives students opportunities to discuss and advance perspectives gleaned from the class and from students’ own research. “Our goal is to educate within the PHS community,” Faria says. “Being racially literate is an essential skill that is so important for, not only present day America, but future America.”