We are proud to celebrate our PCHS Seniors, The Class of 2022! We have still not heard from a lot of seniors. Be sure to send your senior information to Mrs. Alger to be recognized.
3 months ago, David Gravely
Maddison Honaker
We are proud to celebrate our PCHS Seniors, The Class of 2022! We have still not heard from a lot of seniors. Be sure to send your senior information to Mrs. Alger to be recognized.
3 months ago, David Gravely
Harmony Cox
Pulaski County Public Schools is proud to honor Carl Yost as Bus Driver of the Year. In the narrative of the award it states, "Carl drives bus #1 and has been driving for Pulaski County Public Schools for 38 years. Carl operates Northside Chevron in Fairlawn and has also been helping PCPS with towing services for years. He has allowed PCPS to park buses on his property for as long as he has been in business. Carl is the type of person who would give you the shirt off his back if you needed it. He always has great things to say about almost everyone when you have a chat with him. He keeps one of the cleanest buses I have ever seen, he even goes as far to wax the hood to keep it from fading. He is always handing out pens to anyone he sees and I think Carl knows everyone in the county. If you have about a half hour to spare I highly recommend a conversation with him, his stories are always entertaining. Thank you Carl for your years of service to Pulaski County Public Schools."
3 months ago, David Gravely
Carl Yost 2022 Bus Driver of the Year
Members of Pulaski County SkillsUSA competed at the state level on April 8-10, 2022 in Virginia Beach. From those contests, the following students placed. 9th place – Fantasy manikin – Krystal Mattson 8th place – Auto Service Technology – Ethan Wilhelm 3rd place – Job Skill Demonstration A – Joseph Burcham 2nd place – Job Interview -Gwendolyn Puckett 1st place – Customer Service – Cheyann Gallimore With her first-place finish, Cheyann qualifies to compete at the national level in Atlanta Georgia this summer. Pulaski County SkillsUSA Chapter also received the distinction as a Gold Level of Distinction Chapter for 2022. This is the highest rating a chapter can receive at the State level. It is even more of an honor as Pulaski County is the only Gold Chapter of Distinction in the Commonwealth of Virginia for 2022! To receive an award as a chapter, students must demonstrate that they can apply personal, workplace, and technical skills demanded by industry. Each student was recognized with a certificate and one of the new "Cougar Pride" challenge coins for their efforts.
3 months ago, David Gravely
SkillsUSA
We are proud to celebrate our PCHS Seniors, The Class of 2022! We have still not heard from a lot of seniors. Be sure to send your senior information to Mrs. Alger to be recognized.
3 months ago, David Gravely
Brian Queen
We are proud to celebrate our PCHS Seniors, The Class of 2022! We have still not heard from a lot of seniors. Be sure to send your senior information to Mrs. Alger to be recognized.
3 months ago, David Gravely
Hannah Melton
We are proud to celebrate our PCHS Seniors, The Class of 2022! We have still not heard from a lot of seniors. Be sure to send your senior information to Mrs. Alger to be recognized.
3 months ago, David Gravely
Zane Alexander Morris
We are happy to announce that Prom will begin at 8:30 pm.
3 months ago, Kevin Siers
Prom 2022
Prom Announcement- Pulaski County Public Schools has been closely monitoring the weather forecast for this evening and has decided to move the time for the PCHS prom to 8:30 to 11:30 tonight due to the area being placed under a tornado watch. We have been advised through the national weather service that the greatest impact from the surrounding storms would occur in Pulaski County prior to 8:00 p.m. We will continue to monitor the situation and are prepared to make additional adjustments if needed. The prom will still be held at the Thornspring Golf and Event Center in Pulaski. Thank you.
3 months ago, Kevin Siers
Be sure to mark this date on your calendar.
3 months ago, David Gravely
PCHS Band concert
We are proud to celebrate our PCHS Seniors, The Class of 2022! We have still not heard from a lot of seniors. Be sure to send your senior information to Mrs. Alger to be recognized.
3 months ago, David Gravely
Ethan Cole Wilson
We are proud to celebrate our PCHS Seniors, The Class of 2022! We have still not heard from a lot of seniors. Be sure to send your senior information to Mrs. Alger to be recognized.
3 months ago, David Gravely
JJ Gulley
We are proud to celebrate our PCHS Seniors, The Class of 2022! We have still not heard from a lot of seniors. Be sure to send your senior information to Mrs. Alger to be recognized.
3 months ago, David Gravely
Cory Lewis Phillips
Pulaski County Public Schools has developed a new honor that students, staff, faculty, and members of the community will begin seeing more often in the future. We are pleased to introduce the official "Cougar Pride" coin. Fashioned after military challenge coins, these coins will be presented to individuals who allow their Cougar Pride to shine. This award will be presented to those who shine a positive light on our schools, our school system, and our community. Members of the Pulaski County School Board have begun receiving these coins to present at their discretion. Shown in this photo are the initial design and the final product.
3 months ago, David Gravely
Cougar Pride Coins
We are proud to celebrate our PCHS Seniors, The Class of 2022! We have still not heard from a lot of seniors. Be sure to send your senior information to Mrs. Alger to be recognized.
3 months ago, David Gravely
Keyontae Kennedy
We are proud to celebrate our PCHS Seniors, The Class of 2022! We have still not heard from a lot of seniors. Be sure to send your senior information to Mrs. Alger to be recognized.
3 months ago, David Gravely
Kimberly Lyons
Transportation Announcement - 5/4/22 PM: Due to a bus breakdown, bus 53 will now be bus 55 and will be running 20 to 30 minutes late. This bus serves Pulaski Elementary, Pulaski County Middle School, and Pulaski County High School.
3 months ago, Chris Stafford
We are proud to celebrate our PCHS Seniors, The Class of 2022! We have still not heard from a lot of seniors. Be sure to send your senior information to Mrs. Alger to be recognized.
3 months ago, David Gravely
Zain Ren Shalaby
We are proud to celebrate our PCHS Seniors, The Class of 2022! We have still not heard from a lot of seniors. Be sure to send your senior information to Mrs. Alger to be recognized.
3 months ago, David Gravely
Brooke Arnold
Transportation Announcements- Bus 52 second load for PES & PCMS will be running approximately 30 minutes late this afternoon. Bus 83 first load for CES and PCMS be running approximately 45 minutes late on its afternoon run.
3 months ago, Kevin Siers