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Cindy Gabehart

Cindy Gabehart
Pine Tree High School Principal
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903-295-5031
903-295-5042 - fax

 

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

 

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

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Welcome to Pine Tree High School

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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.

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Prom 2021

2021 Prom will be held at Pine Crest Country Club at 8:00 pm on Saturday, May 1, 2021.  Promenade, after-prom, and senior activities are still pending. 

PTHS Winter Guard

The Pine Tree High School Winter Guard placed 5th in the Regional A Skill Class in a national competition held  Saturday in Allen, Texas.  This is the first year this accomplished group has competed. 

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“El Dia del Niño” 

“El Dia del Niño” or “Day of the Child”, a celebration that originated in Mexico and dates back to 1925, is celebrated each year on April 30th. It is now Observed in many Latin American and other countries around the world. El Día del Niño is much more than a discovery and event of the 30th of April. This day is about recognizing the importance of children in society and promoting their well being. Beginning in 1996, several grass roots organizations, libraries, and universities worked together to link El Día del Niño with language and literacy as a way of supporting the well being of children. On April 30, 1997 this idea came to fruition and the first “Día del Niño/Día de los Libros was observed.
The goals and founding principles of this observance extend throughout the year and call for a daily commitment to:
Recognize and honor the importance of children and childhood;
Promote literacy and the importance of reading by linking children to books, languages, and culture in the home and at school;
Honor home languages and cultures by promoting bilingual and multilingual literacy in this multicultural nation, and global understanding thru reading and art;
Influence parents to become involved in the education of their children;
Encourage healthy eating habits for nourished bodies and healthy minds; and,
Show our children the value of character, community, and good citizenship.
 

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  • The Pine Tree High School Tennis team dominated the 50th Annual Eastman Varsity Tennis Tournament.  Congratulations to our PT players!  #ptisd #dreambig2021 
     
    Jose Aranda - 1st Boys B singles
    Chloe Tesser - 4th girls A singles
    Katherine Castillo - 3rd girls B singles
    John Tomberlain - Consolation Boys A singles
     
    Luis Molina/Cambrie Salser - Consolation A Mixed doubles
    Grant Beakley/Kelaila Kim - 4th Consolation B Mixed doubles
  • Winter Guard International World Championships Preliminary Competition

    Varsity competed in the Winter Guard International World Championships Preliminary Competition virtually by submitting a performance of their 2021 Competitive Show, "Bleeding Love". 120 High School Guards from all across the Globe submitted their performances for the shot at making the prestigious Semi-Finals. WGI takes 50% of the top scoring guards into Semi-Finals. We are happy to announce that Pine Tree HS Varsity is a 2021 Winter Guard International World Championships SEMI-FINALIST! This is an amazing ACCOMPLISHMENT!!! 
     
    The students will compete virtually again for the hopes of making the prestigious Winter Guard International World Championships FINALS on April 10th!! 
     
    Please congratulate these hard working students for this amazing accomplishment. This is Pine Tree's first year doing Winter Guard as well. 
  • Pine Tree One Act Play

    Pine Tree's One Act Play, 946: The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips, the retelling of the WWII D-Day Rehearsal Operation Tiger, earned Bi-District Alternates at the  Sulphur Springs District Contest Thursday.  Ashley Jochum earned All Star Cast for her portrayal of Lily Tregenza, DeAceon Jones, Honorable Mention All Star Cast for his portrayal of Adolphus T. Madison, and JaKerra Horne,  Honor Crew Technician for her outstanding Lighting Design and Operation.  Congratulations, Pirates! #pirateproud #ptisd #dreambigptisd 

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  • During the week of "Snowpocalypse", two Pine Tree students competed in an oratory contest. Instead of hosting the event in person this year, Texas Eastman, sponsor of the 2nd annual Black History Essay and Oratorical Contest, held the event online, and students delivered their speeches through Microsoft Teams to a panel of judges. A few days later, Eastman shared the speeches on Facebook during their celebration of Black History Month and their African-American employees, and student winners of the contest were announced.  

    Junior Erin Brogan placed 2nd, winning a $1500 scholarship. Brogan honored Virginian native Bessie Blount Griffin, the inventor of the first feeding tube. Brogan was inspired to research Griffin because has a family member who uses a feeding tube, and Brogan admired Griffin's indomitable spirit. As a child, Griffin was told by her teacher that she was using the wrong hand to write. In defiance, griffin refused to write with her hands and instead learned to write with her toes. She later served as a wartime nurse, teaching soldiers to write without their hands. She also became a handwriting expert who worked with the Virginia Police Department.  

    Brogan has also won awards in UIL Ready Writing, Spelling, and math events.

    After placing 2nd last year in the inaugural contest, senior Kameron Benefield won the contest this year and a $2000 scholarship. He delivered a moving speech about the Father of the Blood Bank, Charles Drew, a black man who attended college on an athletic scholarship and became the first person to learn how to separate blood in order to provide blood transfusions. His discovery was widely used during the war, and the United Kingdom asked him to lead the development of blood transfusions for soldiers. Drew later decided to begin training young blacks to become leading surgeons after his blood was not allowed to be used for white soldiers. 

    Benefield won 2nd place in the Eastman contest last year, is a U.I.L. academic competitor, and earned academic all-state for football. He plans to attend Prairie View A&M in fall 2021 as an engineering major. 

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    Pine Tree tennis excelled at the Kilgore Invitational Tennis Tournament. Chloe Tesser placed 3rd in Girls B Singles. Chloe battled back from being down 5-1 in the third set tiebreaker to bring home the bronze. Tesser won the third match against Sulphur Springs 7-5, 4-6, 9-7.

    In Boys B Doubles action, Xavier Martinez and John Tomberlain placed 7th.
  • The following PTHS Choir students competed at UIL Solo and Ensemble on Saturday, January 30th at Marshall HS and received a first division "superior" rating on their music.

    Grade 1- advancing to State
    Amelia Wingfield
    Samantha Calloway
    Hurcules Tarver
    Brealee Ray
    Ashley Jochum
    Izaiya Glenn
    Angelina Pruitt
    Jaylynn Nelson
    Tabitha Juarez
    Stephanie Davis
    Gracie Rust
    Natalie Buckner

    Grade 2
    Genesis Gonzales
    Esly Montealvo
    Chadea Gipson
  • Pine Tree was host to a Winter Guard competition on January 30.  Under the direction of Jared Cronk, members of the Winter Guard competed and had great success!  

    Congratulations to the following students:

    High School Flag Solo - 2nd Place - Aaron Fears
    High School Mixed Solo - 3rd Place - Gabby Pumphrey
    Scholastic Middle School - 2nd Place - Pine Tree JH
    Scholastic Novice - 1st Place - Pine Tree High School JV
    Scholastic Regional A - 1st Place - Pine Tree High School
  • Congratulations to the following students who qualified for competition in DECA's statewide Career Development Conference, February 10-16. It will be held virtually this year.

     

    Jessica Garcia - Startup Business Plan

    Chadea Gipson - Financial Consulting

    Kimberly Perez - Principles of Business Administration

  • Congratulations to our Pine Tree Tennis Teams on their performance at the Jacksonville Varsity Invitational!

    Girls Singles - Katherine Castillo - 4th place
    Chloe Tesser - 6th place

    Boys Singles - John Tomberlain - 7th place

    Boys Doubles - Darian Juarez/Travis Johnson - 7th place

    Mixed Doubles - Cambrie Salser/Luis Molina - 7th place
  • Members of the Pine Tree Tennis Team showed well at this year's meet.  Congratulations to the following PT Pirates:

    Mixed Doubles A Division
    Cambrie Salser/Luis Molina - 3rd Place

    Mixed Doubles B Division
    Fatima Vazquez/Xavier Martinez - 3rd Place

    Girls Singles A Division  
    Katherine Castillo - 4th Place

    Girls Singles B Division
    Chloe Tesser - 3rd Place
    Boys B Consolation
    Jose Aranda 
  • For Immediate Release: January 25, 2021



    Pine Tree High School Earns College Board AP® Computer Science Female Diversity Award


    Recognized for Closing the Gender Gap in AP Computer Science Principles



    Longview – Pine Tree High School has earned the College Board AP® Computer Science Female Diversity Award for achieving high female representation in AP Computer Science Principles. Schools honored with the AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award have expanded girls’ access in AP Computer Science courses. 


    Out of the 20,000 institutions that offer AP courses, 1,119 achieved either 50% or higher female representation in one of the two AP computer science courses or a percentage of the female computer science examinees meeting or exceeding that of the school’s female population during the 2019-2020 school year. That’s nearly 37% more than the 818 schools recognized last year. In 2020, Pine Tree High School was one of 831 recognized in the category of AP Computer Science Principles, and one of 42 Texas schools recognized.


    “During an unprecedented year, Pine Tree High School female students have demonstrated perseverance and dedication in their study of AP Computer Science,” said the Texas Education Agency. “We could not be more proud of Pine Tree High School female students for staking their claim as the next generation of STEM and computer science professionals. We can’t wait to see their passion for next generation technology lead to lifelong success.”


    “Pine Tree High School’s students need the power to shape technology, not just cope with it,” says Stefanie Sanford, College Board chief of global policy and external relations. “Young women deserve an equal opportunity to become the next generation of entrepreneurs, engineers and tech leaders. Closing the gap in computer science education empowers young women to build the future they want.”


    The first year of AP Computer Science Principles in 2016-17 attracted more students than any other AP course debut, and participation is on the rise. In 2020, more than 116,000 students took the AP CSP Exam—more than double the number of exam takers in the course’s first year, and a 21% increase over the previous year. In 2020, 39,570 women took the AP CSP exam, nearly three times the number who tested in 2017.


    Providing female students with access to computer science courses is critical to ensuring gender parity in the industry’s high-paying jobs and to drive innovation, creativity, and representation. The median annual wage for computer and information technology occupations was $88,240 in May 2019. However, a code.org analysis of 2017 Bureau of Labor Statistics data finds women represent just 24% of the 5 million people in computing occupations. 


    That’s why new College Board research about AP CSP is so encouraging. According to the data, female students who take AP CSP in high school are more than 5 times as likely to major in computer science in college, compared to similar female students who did not take CSP. The study also finds AP CSP students are nearly twice as likely to enroll in AP CSA, and that for most students, AP CSP serves as a stepping-stone to other advanced AP STEM coursework.


    These findings make it all the more imperative that schools nationwide achieve gender parity in AP Computer Science classrooms. The 1,119 schools that receive this year’s AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award should serve as inspirations and models for all American high schools, where overall, female students remain under-represented in computer science classes, comprising just 34% of AP Computer Science Principles participants. So there is a long way to go to achieve equal gender representation in the field of computer science. Currently, less than half of the nation’s high schools teach foundational computer science, a clear opportunity to be addressed by strong partnerships between policymakers, the tech industry, and educators


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  • Pine Tree High School hosted the first official UIL Academic Competition for the year. The meet was hosted virtually and twenty schools from across the state participated. Congratulations to our Pirates!
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  • PTHS Theatre Launches The Spirit of Christmas:  A Giving Tradition.  Santa, Mrs. Claus, and all their Elves are Giving back to their community every day for the last 15 days until Christmas Break!  On the 10th Day before Break, Pine Tree Theatre fills Santa bags with food for the holidays for The Dream Center
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  • Members of the Pine Tree High School Choir, under the direction of Danielle Warren, competed virtually in the Pre Area Choir competition. Only the top 5 students advanced and Pine Tree Choir continued its long tradition of excellence in the Pre Area round!

    The following students will now compete one more round for a spot in the Texas All State Choir.

    Sop 1
    Amelia Wingfield 3rd
    Ezmeriah Gonzalez 5th
    Sop 2
    Angelina Pruitt 2nd
    Catherine Latus 4th
    Addie Mager 5th
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    Stephanie Davis 2nd 
    Tenor 1
    DeAceon Jones 3rd
    Tenor 2
    Grayson Cary 4th
    Bass 1
    Izaiya Glenn 4th
    Bass 2
    Keegan Klepper 2nd
    Noah Foreman 4th  
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  • Congratulations to our Math Science team for capturing 1st place in the Mount Pleasant competition this weekend.

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    12th - Marilyn Shen -1st, Shaun Ray - 2nd, Emmanuel Viramontes - 4th
    11th - Bryce Willadson - 1st, Zoe Davis - 2nd, Emily Jimenez - 3rd, Joseph Cordova - 4th, Erin Brogan - 5th
    10th - Grant Beakley - 1st, Noah Sims - 2nd, Asyiah Bray - 3rd, Jonathan Cordova - 6th
    9th - Jose Aranda - 1st, Chole Tesser - 2nd, Kylen Finch - 3rd

    Overall - 1st Team (Shen, Ray, Beakley)

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    12th - Emmanuel Viramontes - 2nd, Marilyn Shen - 3rd
    11th - Joseph Cordova - 1st, Bryce Willadson - 2nd, Zoe Davis - 3rd, Emily Jimenez - 5th
    10th - Grant Beakley - 2nd, Jonathan Cordova - 5th, Noah Sims - 6th
    9th - Jose Aranda - 1st, Chole Tesser - 2nd, Kylen Finch - 3rd

    Overall - 2nd Team (Viramontes, Beakley, Aranda)

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    12th - Marilyn Shen - 2nd, Shaun Ray - 4th
    11th - Bryce Willadson - 1st, Zoe Davis - 3rd, Joseph Cordova - 5th, Erin Brogan - 6th
    10th - Grant Beakley - 2nd, Asyiah Bray - 3rd
    9th - Jose Aranda - 1st, Chloe Tesser - 5th

    Overall - 2nd Team (Shen, Willadson, Ray)

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    12th - Jann Cabudoy - 1st, Emmanuel Viramontes - 4th
    11th - Bryce Willadson - 2nd, Erin Brogan - 4th, Joseph Cordova - 6th
    10th - Noah Sims - 1st, Asyiah Bray - 3rd, Grant Beakley - 4th, Jacob Juarez - 5th
    9th - Jose Aranda - 1st, Chloe Tesser - 2nd, Kylen Finch - 3rd

    Overall - 1st Team (Cabudoy, Viramontes, Willadson)

    Top Biology - Jann Cabudoy 

    Top Chemistry - Jann Cabudoy

    Top Physics - Jann Cabudoy
  • Members of the Pine Tree High School Choir, under the direction of Danielle Warren, competed for a spot in the All Region Choir from 10/10-10/14.  

    This year the audition had many obstacles and was virtual. The PTHS choir students held on to the long tradition of sweeping the competition and took 28 spots! 
     
    Soprano 1
    Brealle Ray, 7th 
    Amelia Wingfiled, 8th
    Ezmeriah Gonzales, 9th
     
    Soprano 2
    Angelina Pruitt, 1st
    Catherine Latus, 4th
    Ashley Jochum, 5th
    Alivia Leary, 6th
    Tabitha Juarez, 7th
    Addie Mager 9th, 
    Angelita Olgue, 10th
    Samantha Calloway, 12th
     
    Alto 1
    Stephanie Davis, 4th
    Laney Cutrer, 9th
    Natalie Buckner, 12th
     
    Alto 2
    Taiya Ward, 4th
    Gracie Rust, 6th
    Jerusalem Briseno, 12th
     
    Tenor 1
    Deacon Jones, 4th
     
    Tenor 2
    Grayson Cary, 2nd
    Esai Hernandez, 8th
    Michael Donnell, 10th
     
    Bass 1
    Jordan Smith, 3rd
    Izaiya Glenn, 5th
     
    Bass 2
    Keegan Klepper, 1st
    Hurcules Tarver, 2nd
    Elijah Hall, 6th
    Noah Foreman, 7th
    Tylur Neal, 10th
  • PTHS celebrates National Custodian and Grounds Appreciation Day! We have the best!

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