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CIndy Gabehart
Pine Tree High School Principal
cgabehart@ptisd.org

 

Contact us
903-295-5031
903-295-5042 - fax

 

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 5878
Longview, Texas 75608

 

Physical Addresses:
900 Northwest Drive
Longview, Texas 75604
or
1005 W. Fairmont Street
Longview, Texas 75604

Welcome to Pine Tree High School

Pine Tree High School abounds with opportunities for students and we encourage our students to be leaders in every way. PTHS has many rich traditions and a commitment to prepare our students to be college and career ready.  Exciting things are happening here and we welcome you to come see us at Pine Tree High School.

PTHS Highlights

Pine Tree to host Girls in Technology Event

We will be hosting a Girls In Technology event for our PTISD girls on October 26-27.  We need you help!  Pledgcents is an online fundraising opportunity that will help us provide the supplies we need for the event.  If you feel led to donate please do so.  If you are not able to donate at this time.... You can still help by sharing this link on Facebook.   They have a promotion running from now until May 2nd that will give us $1 for every Facebook share.  (They will give us a maximum of $25 - but something is better than nothing!)

https://www.pledgecents.com/cause/krslgh/full-steam-ahead-with-littlebits

National SAVE Recognizes Izrell Adams

Pine Tree PACE SAVE Chapter 2189 is proud to announce at the National SAVE Youth Summit in Raleigh, NC, Pine Tree High School Senior Izrell D. Adams, was recognized as a SAVE Student of the Year. Izrell was one of two students to receive this national recognition.

Career Fair
Pine Tree ISD will host its annual Career Fair April 27 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. in the Pine Tree High School cafeteria.  To pre-register for an interview email jobs@ptpirates.org.
Registration deadline is April 21 @ 5:00 p.m.  Applicants should bring resume, transcripts and certifications.  For additional information contact Kim Woodruff at 903-295-5000 Ext 117.  

Pine Tree - A Great Place To Be!

  • The PTHS choirs under the direction of Danielle Warren competed at UIL concert and sight reading contest Tuesday, April 11 in Pittsburg.

     

    Chorale, the JV women's choir, received excellent ratings of 2 on stage and 2 in sight reading.  PT Express, varsity mixed choir, received superior ratings of 1 on stage and 1 in sight reading.  This is the third consecutive year for Express to win sweepstakes.

     

    Congratulations, Pine Tree Choir students!

  • Jessica Hosmer, a freshman at Pine Tree High School, has been invited to speak at the Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering (TAME) anniversary event on April 27 in The Colony.  Hosmer has been involved in TAME for two years and is a leader in the organization.

     

    In addition to Hosmer, district leaders will be attending the meeting to form partnerships and relationships with other districts that are working within a Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics (STEAM) focus.

  • Pine Tree High School art students are featured in an art gallery at the Longview Telco Credit Union. The talented students provided a mix of photography and Mexican folk art called Papel Picado.  The Papel Picado "perforated paper" is a decorative craft made out ofpaper cutinto elaborate designs. Please come see their work at 423 Gilmer Rd., from 9:00 am – 5:30 pm Monday thru Wednesday and until 6:00 pm on Thursday and Fridays.  The artwork will be on display until mid-May.  

    Betty DeWeese, CEO of Telco Plus CU said “growing up in a home where photography was major past-time, I appreciate the new photo technology available and impressed with these students application of the technology.  I’m really amazed at the detail and beauty of the Papel Picado artwork.  A big thank you to the Pine Tree art students and their teacher Elizabeth White for allowing us to enjoy their amazing talents.” 

    Telco Plus Credit Union is a big supporter of children, education, and the community.  They are a community charter credit union that has open membership to people who work or live in Gregg or Smith County, or through a family member or a sponsor company.  Telco Plus Credit Union was organized in 1951 as a state-chartered credit union in a Longview home. True to credit union nature Telco Plus Credit Union operates “not for profit, not for charity, but for service.” Telco Credit Union is owned and controlled by its members.  www.telcoplus.org

  • Pine Tree High School art students Abby Roberts, Harleigh Wright, Isaiah Perry, Gaelynn Prosser, Sidney Andrade, Michalon Daniels and Petra Enloe earned gold medals at the Texas Art Education Association Visual Art Scholastic Event (VASE) competition and will advance to state in April.
  • Mark Melton, sixth year band director at Pine Tree High School, has been awarded the UIL Sponsor Excellence Award, according to Cindy Gabehart, principal at the local high school.

    Melton is not only the band director but also the Fine Arts Administrator at the high school, officials said, and is one of only 15 people in the state to garner this honor for 2016.

    “I am humbled, overwhelmed and very grateful for this honor,” Melton said.

  • Elizabeth White - Student Mia Nelson

    Maria Fierros - Student Ingrid Herrara

    Aaron Turner - Student Tom Childers
     

    Lindsey Brazell - Student Dalton Roberts

Calendar
UPCOMING EVENTS
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Thursday, April 27, 2017
Friday, April 28, 2017
Monday, May 01, 2017

Student of the Month:

Colby Holloman

Pirate of the Month:

Robert Childers

  • January 2017
    Devin Jimerson, Student of the Month
    Caleb James, Pirate of the Month
     
    February 2017
    Shawn Nasiero, Student of the Month
    Joel Ramirez, Pirate of the Month

    March 2017
    Colby Holloman, Student of the Month
    Robby Childers
    , Pirate oftheMonth

Our mission is to continue a tradition of excellence by providing a high-quality and challenging educational environment, maximizing opportunities for the success of all students, equipping them to become responsible, involved, and productive citizens.

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