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
Please be aware of the following change for the job fair originally scheduled for this weekend.
about 20 hours ago, David Gravely
job fair
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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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 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
PCPS is hiring!
9 days ago, David Gravely
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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
PCPS Announcement Regarding Changes in Mask Requirements Governor Youngkin’s Executive Order #2 that relaxes mask requirements in public schools is set to go into effect on Monday, January 24, 2022. We are in the process of consulting with the New River Health District to determine how EO2 will impact our Covid response plan for contact tracing and quarantine guidelines and expect to release a revised plan later in the week. PCPS will continue to require the use of masks in schools for all in-person learning through Friday, January 21, 2022. Thank you.
13 days ago, Kevin Siers
Eighth Grade Parents/Guardians: Eighth grade students will participate in a tour of Pulaski County High School CTE main building and Vocational/CTE building. Students receive information about classes offered at the high school and have an opportunity to visit high school classrooms. The tour will be on Thursday, February 3, 2022. Students will leave Pulaski County Middle School at 8:30 A.M. and return to Pulaski County Middle School at 12:00 P.M. Students will eat lunch at Pulaski County Middle School. There is no cost to attend the tour. A permission form was sent home with your student on Wednesday, January 12th. Virtual students will receive a permission form in the mail. Students will need to return the signed permission form to their first block teacher by January 25th. Virtual students must return a signed permission form to the front office at Pulaski County Middle School. Teachers must have a signed permission form from parent/guardian and a completed health form for this school year on file with the school nurse to attend the tour. If you could do a call out to eighth grade parents about the PCHS tour, I would greatly appreciate it! Thanks, Tabitha Vaughn 8th Grade School Counselor Pulaski County Middle School (540) 643-0661
14 days ago, Rebecah Smith
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18 days ago, Rebecah Smith
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NRVHBA presents donation to CTE Program Community involvement and support is a key part of ensuring student success, especially when it comes to success after graduation as those students move into the workforce. One group recently made a donation to help the Pulaski County High School Career and Technical Education Center (CTE) achieve several goals and better prepare several students for life after high school. The New River Valley Home Builders Association (NRVHBA) recently presented a donation to the CTE Program for $2,500 to support two class projects. One project involves drywall installation, and another is the construction of a pergola, a covered outdoor garden structure that creates a shaded walkway, on the PCHS campus. “This donation was made possible by funds raised through ticket sales at the Touch-a-Truck NRV event, which took place on Aug. 14 of this year,” stated Kelsey Grow of the NRVHBA. “Touch-a-Truck NRV is a fun, annual family event that helps get children's imaginations in gear so they can learn about careers that involve big vehicles, from construction and landscaping vehicles to law enforcement vehicles. Children get to have a safe and hands-on learning experience by safely exploring the vehicles, blasting the sirens, and honking horns while also asking questions with the men and women who operate them on the job.” The NRVHBA is a professional trade organization dedicated to being the respected voice of the residential and commercial building industry. Chartered in May 1976, the group is a nonprofit trade association affiliated with the HBA of Virginia and the National Association of Home Builders Members. “This event also allows the NRVHBA to fulfill its mission of advocating for the construction industry, educating our community and paving the way for the future in trades education, and giving back to the New River Valley through charitable efforts and scholarships,” Mrs. Grow said. “We are proud to support Pulaski County's Building Trades programs and help give them the tools to educate and encourage their students to learn about and hopefully pursue careers in the construction industry.” For learn more about the NRVHBA, visit their website at Photo Cutline: Seen here are community business leaders with members of the PCHS CTE Program during the check presentation. They are (from left) Kelsey Grow of NRVHBA, Jeff Nosenzo of Brown Insurance, Ian Friend of SAS Builders, Stephanie Bell of Gay and Neel, PCHS Building Management Instructor Buddy Ratcliff, PCHS Technology Education Instructor Christian Miller, and CTE Director Megan Atkinson.
22 days ago, David Gravely
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Here we go! Info for the PCMS Fishing Team meeting.
22 days ago, David Gravely
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Pulaski County Public Schools will be closed on Friday, January 7, 2022 due to inclement weather. This will be a Code 0 with no virtual instruction. Thank you.
23 days ago, Kevin Siers
All after school activities for Pulaski County Public Schools are now cancelled for Thursday, Jan. 6, 2022.
23 days ago, David Gravely
E Hall Pass at PCMS:
24 days ago, Rebecah Smith
Here is some important report card information.
24 days ago, David Gravely
Please read the following information concerning COVID testing for our students, staff and faculty. This program is FREE and completely voluntary. The testing schedule is Monday at CES, 10 a.m.; Tuesday at PMCS 8 a.m., PES 10:30 a.m., PCHS 1 p.m.; Wednesday RES 8 a.m., SES 10 a.m. Please help us do everything possible to keep our students in school, in person and safe. Together we can make it through this.
25 days ago, David Gravely
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PCMS: The end of the Nine Weeks and Semester is Dec. 17th. All school work will be due by Dec. 14th to allow time for grading. Report Cards will go home in January.
about 2 months ago, Rebecah Smith
Many field trips, athletic contests and student events are scheduled for the upcoming holidays. Enjoy the convenience of paying online by signing up for SchoolCash Online today:
2 months ago, David Gravely
Many field trips and student events are scheduled for the upcoming holidays. Enjoy the convenience of paying online by signing up for SchoolCash Online today:
2 months ago, Chris Stafford