Ponca City High School Announces Upcoming Dates for Picture Days

Mike Seals - April 19, 2021 11:30 am

 

Senior Class Panoramic Photo
The Ponca City High School graduating seniors of the Class of 2021 will have their panoramic class photo taken on Wednesday, April 28, 2021, on the visitors’ side of the Sullins Stadium.

Students on campus will be released by intercom announcement starting around 2:00 P.M. at which time they will walk to Sullins Stadium. Students who are not on campus at that time are asked to park and be on the visitors’ side and ready for pictures no later than 2:10 P.M.

ALL students are required to have face coverings on until the actual moment the photographs are taken. Students who choose to keep their face coverings on during the photo session will be allowed to do so.

There is no cost to be in this photo. This panoramic photo will be used in the Cat Tale yearbook as well as other graduation-related materials and announcements (such as local newspaper and district website & social media pages). The senior class panoramic picture is a Ponca City tradition, and all Po-Hi seniors (traditional, virtual, Pioneer Tech, and Wildcat Academy) are encouraged to attend and be a part of this important photograph. There is no make-up date planned at this time. Questions may be directed to the yearbook advisor Paige Marsh at [email protected]

Po-Hi Student Picture Make-up Day for Cat Tale yearbook 

One last, individual picture day is scheduled for any Po-Hi student who has not had his/her picture taken for the 2021 Cat Tale yearbook. This includes traditional, virtual, Pioneer Tech, and Wildcat Academy students.

This final make-up day is Wednesday, April 28, and will be conducted by the Cat Tale staff in the east gym of Po-Hi from 9:00 A.M. – 1:00 P.M. All students, faculty, and staff who may have missed the April 1 picture day are encouraged to drop by for this come-and-go picture event; there is no cost for make-up photos.

Students are required to wear face coverings until the actual moment the photographs are taken; students who wish to keep their face coverings on may do so. Questions may be directed to the yearbook advisor at [email protected]

 

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