Platte County FBLA had 15 students qualify to compete at the national level in Anaheim, California in July, and the Public Service Announcement Team made history earning the highest national ranking for PCHS to date.
Christy Sandell’s Flexible Personalized Learning students embarked on a community-based project to improve the wooded area and trail behind the PCHS football stadium and expand opportunities for learning.
On May 3, Platte County School District announced its Teacher, Service Person, and Support Person of the Year, surprising each at their building’s all-school assemblies. This year’s Teacher of the Year is Bret Bogart, 5th Grade Teacher at Siegrist Elementary; Service Person of the Year is Dr. Rebecca Ballou, Speech Language Pathologist at Platte City Middle School and Platte County High School; and Support Person of the Year is Tracy Itao, Administrative Assistant at Siegrist Elementary.
Two PCHS Robotics teams qualified for the VEX Robotics Worlds Championship in Louisville, Kentucky, April 19-22 and one finished SECOND in Worlds! In the school's third year of participating in the VEX Robotics program, this is first time PCHS has qualified for World competition.