• Lockout Update - PHS/PMS/PACE/OC 04/24/18

    Posted by Heike Cook on 4/24/2018

    Dear Parents/Guardians:

    In an effort to keep you informed, we want to let you know that, as a precautionary measure, Pflugerville MS, Pflugerville HS, Opportunity Center and PACE were placed in a lockout this afternoon for approximately 30 minutes due to police activity in the area. The lockout has been lifted. During a lockout, the students’ school day continues, but individuals are not allowed in or out of the building.  

    As always, the safety of our students is the top priority.

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  • Panther Shout out....

    Posted by Heike Cook on 4/19/2018
    • Congratulations to our Track and Field contestants for showing their Panther Pride at today's meet. The 4x100 teams placed 2nd! Allie Hunter placed 4th in Discus and Samariae Bonds placed 1st in Shotput! All of our qualifiers are headed to Regionals!


    • The Dairy Judging Team competed at Tarleton State University Area FFA Contest yesterday. They won District and placed 10th in Area. Team members included Seth Green, Dathan Green, Sydney Kaiser, and Julie Molina. Congratulations to all for a job well done!
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  • PHS Weekend Events.....

    Posted by Heike Cook on 4/6/2018


    PHS would like to remind students of the AP English Language/Literature and Composition Prep Session to be held this Saturday, April 7th at Pflugerville High School.  Sessions will be held from 8:30 am - 12:30 pm.  Please click HERE for a copy of the schedule and room assignments.



    Pflugerville High FFA Booster Club would like to invite everyone to the campus for their annual FFA Craft Market this Saturday, April 7 from 9 am to 4:00 pm.  It's not to early to shop for Mother's Day, Father's Day, or even Christmas!



    The annual Bike Rodeo sponsored by the Pflugerville Police Department returns this Saturday, April 7, 2018 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m athe PHS parking lot. 

    Children are encouraged to bring their bikes and helmet and come out to ride through the bicycle obstacle course. While enjoying the fun, children also learn about bicycle safety, turn signals and visit with the Pflugerville Police Department. We will see you there.

    Pflugerville High School Parking Lot is located at 1401 W. Pecan.

    For more information on this event call 512-990-6940.





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  • Dress Code and Locker Policy

    Posted by Heike Cook on 4/2/2018

    With the beginning of Spring we thought it would be the perfect time to remind our students of the PfISD dress code policy.  Please click on the link below to view the district policy. 

    Students should also be reminded of our backpack policy.  Backpacks are not allowed in class or in the building during the day.  If a students brings a backpack to school, they are asked to store in their locker.  Please have your student come to Student Services if they are in need of a locker.


    Dress Code Policy:  DRESS CODE   

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  • Proud to be a Panther!

    Posted by Heike Cook on 3/27/2018

    UIL District:

    Please congratulate the following students on their success this past Saturday at UIL District:

    Amy Loser – 1st place spelling (advances)

    Amy Loser, Sunny Che, Marc Rodriguez, AJ Carrington – 3rd place spelling team

    Meso Onuoha – 5th place Literary Criticism

     Baylor, here we come!!


    UIL Journalism:

    Please congratulate the following UIL journalism students for their success at the district meet:

    Meso Onuoha - 1st Place in Editorial Writing (Regional Qualifier)

    Jiarey McCray - 2nd Place in News Writing (Regional Qualifier)

    Khue Tran - 3rd Place in Feature Writing (Regional Qualifier)

    Ashley Onyeador - 6th Place in Editorial Writing



    Here are the results from our district meet on Friday and Saturday.

    Prose Interpretation - Devon Jorgenson won Prose and Audrey Higley was 6th

    Poetry Interpretation - Ashton Rios was 2nd and Anny DeLaCruz 4th

    Informative Speaking - Joseph Garza was 3rd

    All students who finished 1st-3rd will compete at Regionals on April 13-14 at Baylor University


    Proud to be a Panther!



    PHS Business Professionals of America is proud to announce,  that over the weekend of March 9th at it's annual State Leadership conference in Corpus Christi, TX  Marlon Arechiga finished 3rd in Entrepreneurship and Matthew Bui finished 5th in Fundamentals of Web Design.  They both have qualified for BPA Nationals taking place in Dallas, TX.  Nia Moffet finished 8th in Fundamentals of Word Processing.   On a special note senior  Jeremy Cuellar won the State Leadership T-shirt design contest.  Over 5000 students and advisers wore his shirt design at the conference.  



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  • Lady Panther Soccer Team is off to the playoffs and PHS Speech and Debate represents!

    Posted by Heike Cook on 3/23/2018

    Lady Panther Soccer Team: 

    Congratulations to the Lady Panther Soccer team and Coaches Harvey and Hense for clinching the first playoff appearance in ten years for the girls!  Read the article below that points out the unbelievable competition in their district to see why their accomplishment is so huge!! 



    PHS Speech and Debate Represents the the UIL District Competition:

    Congratulations to all the PHS Speech and Debate team for representing the Panthers in such an honoralbe way!  Shout out to:

    Devon Jorgenson for 1st place in Pros Interpretation

    Audry Higley for 6th place in Pros Interpretation

    Ashton Rios for 2nd place in Poetry Interpretation

    and Annie Delacruz for 4th place in Poetry Interpretation

    Good luck as you continue in the competition at Westwood Tomorrow. 



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  • Congratulations PHS Theatre and Men's Soccer!

    Posted by Heike Cook on 3/22/2018

    PHS Theatre Arts -Congratulations to the PHS Theatre Arts team who advanced to Bi-District! Competition is this Saturday at 3 pm at the AISD Performing Arts Center. Preston Ruess was voted Best Actor, Avery Baker voted All Star Cast, Heather Landers voted Honorable Mention All Star Cast, and Ashlyn Luna voted All Start Tech Crew.


    PHS Boys Soccer - We defeated Westwood 3-1 last night and face Hendrickson on Friday at Hendrickson in the last game of the season.  If we win, we are in the playoffs.  There are about 100 other scenarios, but that’s the short of it.  The article sums it all up better than I could.





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  • Notification of Road Closures Due to Precautionary Reasons

    Posted by Heike Cook on 3/21/2018

    Due to recent events in Pflugerville and for precautionary reasons, access to the following streets and homes on the north side of 1825 have been denied by Pflugerville PD.  Please communicate with parents/students in order to make other arrangements for the end of the school day. 

    * Camille Court

    * Sophie Drive

    * East Main

    * West Walnut

    * West Wilburger

    * First Street

    * Second Street

    * Third Street

    * and Fourth Street


    Students can go to the Rec Center and the Pflugerville Library to wait for their guardians. 

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  • Soccer Senior Night Tonight!

    Posted by Heike Cook on 3/20/2018

    Tonight is senior night for our soccer team!  This will be their last home game and they have a chance of making it to the playoffs so I know they would appreciate everyone’s support.  Coach Nave and the other coaches have done such a great job of building the soccer program here and have also supported their players efforts in the classroom.  Pleaes help us wish the soccer team the best of luck in their final 2 games (tonight vs. Westwood @ 7:45 pm and Friday night vs HHS at their field at 7:45 pm)!

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  • Update on our Lockdown Drill

    Posted by Heike Cook on 3/7/2018

    Special thanks to the faculty, staff, school resource officers, administration, and especially the students for a successful Lockdown drill today. Please know that we take the issue of safety very seriously at Pflugerville High! Several behind the scenes preparations were made prior to our drill which proved to be very helpful in addressing the concerns of our PHS community thus allowing for a smooth lockdown drill.

    While we cannot practice every scenario that could occur during a drill, we would like to take this time to remind students of their responsibility during a lockdown drill or actual event:

    During a lockdown drill or actual event, students should:

    1. Move away from sight – hide;
    2. Maintain silence;
    3. Follow the directions of their teacher;
    4. If they find themselves not in the direct supervision of a teacher during a lockdown, the student should hide and wait for further instructions.

    Parents/guardians, we hope that you will please visit with your students about our drill today.


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