Pulaski County Cougar football fans: Online tickets are now available for this Friday's home game against the Salem Spartans. To avoid the lines, purchase your tickets in advance at https://pcva.schoolcashonline.com.
over 2 years ago, Chris Stafford
Pulaski County Cougar Football helmet
Transportation Announcement for Today- The DES students who ride the second load of bus 89 will arrive home approximately 10 minutes earlier than their usual time. Bus 43 will not run, so its students from RES, DES, and PCMS will ride bus 89 and be approximately 1 hour late getting home.
over 2 years ago, Kevin Siers
Transportation Announcement- Bus 6 will not be available for afternoon runs for the remainder of this week. PCMS students will ride bus 90 and be approximately 1 hour late. PCHS students will ride bus 47 and be approximately 1 hour late.
over 2 years ago, Kevin Siers
Pulaski County Public Schools announces the following changes in transportation routes for Friday, October 1, 2021. Morning Runs- Bus 52 will pick up the PCHS students who usually ride bus 53. This route will run on time. The second load for bus 52 to PES & PCMS will run approximately 15 minutes later than usual. Bus 44 will pick up the PCMS and PES students who ride bus 53. This route will run approximately one hour later than usual. Afternoon Runs- Bus 52 will pick up the PCHS students who usually ride bus 53. These students will be approximately 30 to 60 minutes later than usual in arriving home. Bus 44 will pick up the PCMS and PES students who usually ride bus 53. These students will be approximately 60 to 90 minutes later than usual in arriving home.
over 2 years ago, Kevin Siers
Please read the announcement from our School Nutrition Program. PCPS cares for every student in our school system and making sure they have nutritious meals is our first priority. If you have any questions regarding the announcement, please contact the School Nutrition Department at 540-994-2523.
over 2 years ago, Brenda Crawford
school nutrition
Transportation Announcements- PCMS & PCHS students who ride bus 53 in the afternoon will ride bus 44 today with a 60 to 90 minute later arrival time home. PES students who ride bus 53 in the afternoons will ride Bus 52's second run and will arrive home approximately 1 hour later today. PCMS students who ride bus 6 in the afternoon will ride bus 90 home for the remainder of the week. Their arrival time will be approximately 60 to 90 minutes later than usual. PCHS students who ride bus 6 in the afternoon will ride bus 47 home for the remainder of the week. Their arrival time will be approximately 60 to 90 minutes later than usual.
over 2 years ago, Kevin Siers
Due to the driver shortage, the morning routes for bus 53 will be running approximately 90 minutes late today in picking up students for Pulaski Elementary, Pulaski County Middle, and Pulaski County High School. Bus 52 will be the running these routes after completing its regular runs. We will announce later today how evening routes will be impacted.
over 2 years ago, Kevin Siers
Due to the driver shortage, the morning routes for bus #53 will be running approximately 90 minutes late today in picking up students for Pulaski Elementary, Pulaski County Middle, and Pulaski County High School. Bus #52 will be the running these routes after completing its regular runs. We will announce later today how evening routes will be impacted.
over 2 years ago, Kevin Siers
Fall 2021 elementary school field trips are now being scheduled. Pay the easy way for your child's trip by registering for SchoolCash Online. To pay for upcoming trips and receive notification of future events, register at https://pcva.schoolcashonline.com.
over 2 years ago, Chris Stafford
Pumpkin patch
We are hiring! Come and join the Pulaski County Public Schools Transportation team.
over 2 years ago, Brenda Crawford
Transportation
All of Pulaski County Public Schools will be holding an asynchronous virtual day on Friday, September 24, 2021. Staffing shortages at every school plus the bus driver shortage prevent us from being able to operate on a regular in-person schedule. Students should receive their assignments at school tomorrow or by 10:00 a.m. on Friday and can contact their teachers between 10:00-3:00 during the asynchronous day if they have questions.
over 2 years ago, Kevin Siers
We are currently 7 bus drivers short for this afternoon. The following bus changes are in addition to those previously posted. Bus 31 will not run. Bus 89 will pick up bus 31's first load at PCMS at 4:15. This change will make those students approximately 1 hour late getting home. Bus 25 will pick up bus 31's second load at PCMS at 4:30. This will make those students approximately 45 minutes late getting home. Bus 22 will not run. Bus 1 will pick up bus 22's Riverlawn load with his regular students at dismissal. Bus 22 students should be on time but all bus 1 students will be late getting home. Bus 44 and bus 22 high school load will now be on bus 9. Bus 10 students will be on bus 39 and should be on time.
over 2 years ago, Chris Stafford
PCPS Message: Two bus routes will be late on Wednesday morning due to the shortage of bus drivers: Bus #31's run in the Fairlawn area will be running approximately 90 minutes late. Bus #51 will be making this run after completing its regular route. Bus #31's run in the Dublin area (Stone Ridge Rd and Highland Park) will be running approximately 1 hour late. Bus #89 will make this run after completing its regular route. We will post tomorrow morning how these afternoon runs will be scheduled.
over 2 years ago, Kevin Siers
PCPS will be two bus drivers short for afternoon runs today and tomorrow (09/21 & 09/22). Snowville Elementary students who ride bus #33 to Draper will be approximately 30-45 minutes late. PCHS students who ride bus #6 will be approximately 45 minutes late. PCMS students who ride bus #6 will be approximately 90 minutes late.
over 2 years ago, Kevin Siers
We are excited to announce that advance online tickets for Pulaski County High School football games are being sold through SchoolCash Online. Also, we are now accepting credit card payments for in-person ticket sales at Dobson Stadium. To avoid the lines, purchase your Cougar football tickets in advance and bring your printed tickets or show your mobile tickets at the gate. Tickets are available at https://pcva.schoolcashonline.com
over 2 years ago, Chris Stafford
Banner for SchoolCash Online
PCPS has offered a vaccination incentive of an activity day absence for all PCMS & PCHS students who have started the Covid vaccination process by today. PCHS students can use their activity day absence on Friday, September 17, 2021 and PCMS students can use theirs on Monday, September 20, 2021. The names of these students are on record at each school. The activity day code is the one used when a student is working on a service learning project as a way to improve our community and does not register as an absence on the student's record. Students who miss either of these days using a parent note (whether it be an original letter or the form letter that has been shared on social media) will be coded as a parent contact absence for which they are allowed up to 10 per year before absences count toward the truancy process. Parent contact absences do count as an absence in the student's record.
over 2 years ago, Kevin Siers
Pulaski County Public Schools plans to hold in-person instruction at all schools for all five days next week. This decision was made based on the number of employees scheduled to return from quarantine and because we have re-activated the standby substitute list. Pulaski County Middle School will still be on a virtual day for Friday, September 17, 2021.
over 2 years ago, Kevin Siers
PCPS elementary school bus routes could be running as much as 1/2 hour earlier than usual this afternoon due to Pulaski County Middle School being on a virtual day today.
over 2 years ago, Kevin Siers
The Pulaski County Public Schools transportation department is continuing to make progress on developing and adjusting regular routes for the 2021-2022 school year. We were able to complete all runs approximately one hour earlier yesterday than the day before. However, driver shortages continue to impact our ability to get times back to where they were during pre-Covid years, so evening arrival times of 5:00 or later may unfortunately become the norm on some routes. Please know that we still expect to have number of delays today and into next week although they should become less frequent each day. We’re hopeful that we’ll have routes and times somewhat solidified by the end of next week. Thank you for your continued patience and understanding.
almost 3 years ago, Kevin Siers