Peabody School of Rock
The School of Rock performed at Pedestrian Park, Thursday, October 22. Members are: Colson Anglin-Lead guitar, Kalyn Gant-Lead Vocals, Andrew Burriss-Drums, Timothy Odle-Keys, Christain Doss-Roadie/Sound engineer. They are accompanied by faculty members Chad Karnes (vocals) and Steven Westbrook (bass). Here are two excerpts from the performance. Click on the box in the lower left-hand corner to go full screen and get a better quality video. Enjoy!
Peabody Football – Week 11
Friday, October 30
Peabody Golden Tide vs. Gibson County Pioneers
2020 Gibson County Chamber of Commerce Banquet
Peabody’s Katie Bruketta was named the Teacher of the Year at the Chamber Banquet, held Tuesday, October 20, at the Cowboy Church, in Trenton. To recap Katie’s year, she was named as 1 of 27 semi-finalists for the State Teacher of the Year, then made the finalist round of 9. And, last night, she won the Gibson County award. Congratulations to Katie!
Peabody also provided student servers for the banquet. They are pictured on the far right. Thank you, students!
Katie and Family
Katie and PHS students at the banquet
Peabody student servers!
Upcoming E.O.C. Exam Dates
Soccer: District 12A All-District Team
Dalilah Vela, Lacari Hall, Telsee Adkisson, J'Marie Lucas. Not pictured is senior Josi Greene.
Girls Soccer: District 12A MVP
Josi Greene was named the District 12A Most Valuable Player and scored her 100th career goal during tournament play.
Girls Soccer District 12A Runner-Up
Front row, left to right: J'Marie Lucas, Dalilah Vela, Lacari Hall, Josi Greene, Ric'keya Ball, Jada Wilkins, Eris Hollingsworth.
Back row, left to right: Coach Mark Greene, Tae Cooper, Telsee Adkisson, Ximena Capitillo, Cathryn Lane, Layla Lovell, Yulisa Mora, Maria Barcenas, Kennedy Jackson, Coach Caleb Greene.
Not pictured is Jewel Bodkins
2021 Tennessee Governor’s Schools
The 2021 Tennessee Governor’s Schools provide eleven challenging and high-intensity summer programs for rising 11th and 12th grade students nominated by high school faculty. Each of the Governor’s Schools are held on college and university campuses across the state and offer a unique learning environment for students interested in the arts, humanities, agriculture, science, STEM programs, advanced mathematics, physics, leadership, international studies, Tennessee history, or potential teaching careers. Students who are interested in participating in a Governor’s School should rank in the top of their high school class in academic performance/capability or be highly talented in the arts. Some Governor’s Schools award college credit for courses completed during the program. All students who complete a summer Governor’s School program will graduate with state distinction.
Interested students will be required to submit an application, all necessary/required supplemental application requirements, and receive a minimum of two teacher recommendations that will identify the applicant as talented, highly motivated, and mature. Students may request an application from Ms. Sunni in the School Counseling office. **PLEASE NOTE: Ms. Sunni does require that you TYPE your application. She will be sharing with you copies of the application that you will be required to submit via Google Classroom.
Each of the Governor’s Schools have different application deadlines. It is important that students complete the application and all other application requirements by the deadline set by Peabody, not by each of the TN Governor's Schools.
More information can be found at the link below. Remember, do not print these applications, please obtain an application from her.
Peabody's STEM club is hosting a Halloween STEMtacular this Halloween featuring trunk-or-treat, Halloween movies at the football stadium, and interactive escape rooms inside the school. With coronavirus leaving several households feeling unsafe about trick-or-treating this holiday season, we would like to open up the trunk-or-treat as a safe, socially distant way to pass out candy to the community.
U.S. Military Academy