William Atwood - Director of Administration
Mary Cheverton - Coordinator of Student and Family Services
Foster Care Liaison
Our mission is to reach each child by ensuring the academic success for all students and supporting the health, safety & emotional well-being of the school community.
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Coordinated Crisis Management Plan
The Coordinated Crisis Management Plan and Quick Reference Guide for Pulaski County Public Schools is designed to assist Pulaski County School Personnel with the organization, completion, and revision of their crisis management plans. The PCPS Coordinated Crisis Management Plan and Quick Reference Guide has been aligned to federal, state, and local policies and regulations. A completed copy of each school's crisis management plan is available in a central location where the principal, assistant principal, secretary, custodian, and at least 3-5 team members (teachers/staff) have quick access to it.
The Coordinated Crisis Management Plan and Quick Reference Guide for Pulaski County Public Schools is available for review. If you would like to review this document, please email William Atwood - Director of Administration.
Memorandum of Understanding
Memorandum of Understanding between Pulaski County Public School Board and Pulaski County Sheriff's Office
Safe and Drug Free Youth
Student Assistance Program
PCPS Substance Abuse Policy
Pride Survey 2015 - 2016
Guidelines for Home Instruction
Notification by Parent or Guardian of Intent to Provide Home Instruction
Compulsory Attendance and Home Instruction Related Statutes
Family Life Education
A Letter To Parents
Kindergarten Opt Out Request Form
First Grade Opt Out Request Form
Second Grade Opt Out Request Form
Third Grade Opt Out Request Form
Fourth Grade Opt Out Request Form
Fifth Grade Opt Out Request Form
Sixth Grade Opt Out Request Form
Seventh Grade Opt Out Request Form
Eighth Grade Opt Out Request Form
K-5 Family Life Education Curriculum Standards
Middle School (6-8) Family Life Education Curriculum Standards
40 Developmental Assets for Early Childhood (Ages 3 to 5)
40 Developmental Assets for Middle Childhood
40 Developmental Assets for Adolescents (Ages 12 to 18)
Comprehensive Plan 2020-2025
Project Hope provides assistance for children experiencing homelessness in the New River Valley, and children living in local shelters. For additional information contact Mary Cheverton at 540-994-2558 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Hope Forms:
Homeless Liaisons by School
Caregiver's Authorization Form
Student Referral to Project Hope
Student Residency Questionnaire
Kinship Care Legislation
Program Brochure, "What Families Need to Know"
Program Brochure, "What Caregivers Need to Know"
Program Brochure, "What Students Need to Know"
Virginia Education For Homeless Children & Youth Program
Virginia Housing Search