Please be aware of the following information. Attached to this e-mail are the revised PCPS protocols that are based off of the most up to date VDH guidance. We will begin to implement the new plan on Monday, January 31, 2022.
about 14 hours ago, David Gravely
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Cougars determined to reach college Sometimes you have to put in a little extra work to reach your goals. For three Pulaski County students, that meant taking some of their own time to sit down with Career Development Counselor Mrs. Tammy Heft to put in for scholarships as they look to move to the next level both academically and athletically. Seen here with Mrs. Heft are (from left) Dante Reid, Armonte Hill-Lewis, and Elaja Rollins. School counselors make themselves available to students for a variety of services. Visit or contact the counseling office at your school to see what they can offer you.
about 15 hours ago, David Gravely
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The PCHS Girls Basketball game scheduled for tomorrow (Saturday 01/29/22) against Christiansburg has been rescheduled for Wednesday (02/09/22).
about 16 hours ago, David Gravely
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All school buildings and offices of Pulaski County Public Schools will be closing at 2:30 today due to inclement weather. Please have a safe drive home and good weekend.
about 17 hours ago, Kevin Siers
Please be aware of the following change for the job fair originally scheduled for this weekend.
about 20 hours ago, David Gravely
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Please be aware of the following information regarding meal distribution for students during our virtual day on Friday, January 28, 2022.
1 day ago, David Gravely
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Pulaski County Public Schools will be closed on Friday, January 28, 2022 due to projected inclement weather in the afternoon. This will be a Code 2 closing with remote learning. Thank you.
2 days ago, Kevin Siers
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4 days ago, David Gravely
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Pulaski County Public Schools will be offering meal distribution from 2:00 -3:30 p.m. for all children, ages 2-18, on Friday, January 21, 2022 at the following locations: Critzer Elementary School Dublin United Methodist Church Pulaski County High School Pulaski County Middle School Riverlawn Elementary School Snowville Elementary School Please call the School Nutrition Hotline at 540-643-0104 if you have any questions. Thank you.
9 days ago, Kevin Siers
Please be aware the PCPS School Nutrition Program will once again be distributing meals Friday, January 21. See the attached information for more details.
9 days ago, David Gravely
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Pulaski County Public Schools will be closed on Friday, January 21, 2022. This will be a Code 2 closing with asynchronous virtual instruction. Teachers will be available to assist students from 9:00-3:00. Information regarding meal distribution will be sent later today. Thank you.
9 days ago, Kevin Siers
Please be aware of our updated Closing Codes.
9 days ago, David Gravely
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PCPS is hiring!
9 days ago, David Gravely
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Pulaski County Public Schools and Critzer Elementary were honored to have Vivian Hash, a third grader, lead us in the Pledge of Allegiance at the most recent meeting of the Pulaski County School Board. Vivian is a star student in every way. She is a straight A student and has a constant smile on her face - we can tell even with her mask that she is smiling! Vivian brightens any room into which she walks with her positive attitude. She is a wonderful friend and always strives to help those around her. Her parents and grandparents have done an outstanding job in helping her to develop into the wonderful young lady she is. We look forward to seeing and hearing about all of her achievements in the years to come as we are certain there will be many.
10 days ago, David Gravely
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Pulaski County Public Schools and Critzer Elementary are proud to honor Wayne Taylor as the Employee of the Month for January. Mr. Taylor is the lead custodian at Critzer. It is said that "he goes above and beyond every day. He greets the students as they get off the bus and checks in with staff members to see if they need anything". He is also described as "making Critzer a brighter place with his always positive attitude". He is at the school each morning before daylight and has worked well into the night due to being short-staffed in order to make sure that the school is clean and ready for everyone the next day. Mr. Taylor is married to Melody Taylor and they have 2 daughters - Cerylla is a teacher at Auburn Middle School and Holly is getting ready to make Mr. Taylor a PopPop for the first time!!!!
10 days ago, David Gravely
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Abbott named Teacher of the Month Pulaski County Public Schools and Critzer Elementary School are pleased to honor Sara Abbott as Teacher of the Month for January 2022. Mrs. Abbott currently teaches Kindergarten at Critzer. One person wrote, "She loves being a teacher. Her colleagues recognize her talents and her students are gifted with a loving, kind, nurturing, and skilled teacher. She frequently has a very diverse class and she is always patient, encouraging, and provides a variety of interventions for each of her students." Mrs. Abbott is also described as having a positive attitude, supportive of her colleagues and always has a smile. Mrs. Abbott is married to Rob Abbott and they have two children, Waylen and Olivia.
10 days ago, David Gravely
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Pulaski County Public Schools and Pulaski County High School are pleased to honor Gabriella Martin as Senior of the Month for January 2022. Gabriella is the daughter of Kennith and Eva Martin of Dublin. Gabriella is the current FFA Student Advisor. She has been in FFA all four years and has served as an officer for three years. She is a straight A student who strives to do well in anything she participates in. She attends important public events in the county for PCHS FFA and networks wherever she goes. Gabriella has an outstanding SAE (supervised agricultural experience) project where she raises her own sheep and goats. She shows them in local and state shows and has placed high in each show she has participated in. She takes wool from the sheep and makes sustainable wool clothing and wool felt artwork. She works hard to help keep our school livestock healthy and happy by providing them with fresh food, water and a clean environment. Gabriella has played a role in the development of the Sensory Trail and has volunteered her own time to work on the Sensory Trail. She has won many awards through FFA as she competes in a number of career development events and leadership development events. She currently holds her chapter degree and is currently working on her state degree which she will receive in June. She has a goal to run for the State FFA Officer team once she graduates. She plans to attend New River Community College and then transfer to Virginia Tech to study to become a mixed practice veterinarian. When she is not at school or working she is participating in community service whether that be with her church, through FFA or personal projects. Gabriella is the type of student that shows her cougar pride wherever she goes and strives to make her school and community a better place.
10 days ago, David Gravely
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Pulaski County Public Schools will be closed on Thursday, January 20, 2022. This will be a Code 1 closing with no virtual instruction. All 11 and 12 month staff should report for their regularly scheduled hours. Thank you.
10 days ago, Kevin Siers
Pulaski County Public Schools will be closed on Wednesday, January 19, 2022. This will be a Code 1 closing with no virtual instruction. All essential snow removal personnel should report by 8:00 a.m. All other 11 & 12 month employees report by 10:00 a.m. Thank you.
11 days ago, Kevin Siers
Pulaski County Public Schools will be closed on Tuesday, January 18, 2022. This will be a Code 1 closing with no remote learning. All essential snow removal personnel should report by 8:00 a.m. All other 11 & 12 month employees report by 10:00 a.m. Thank you.
12 days ago, Kevin Siers