Attention all potential Pulaski County Middle School Football players: You need to see this information!
Be sure to mark this date on your calendar.
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.
Be sure to get out on one of these dates to see some of the finest middle school drama students around perform The Little Mermaid Jr.
Happy Teacher Appreciation Week to all of our incredible teachers this week! Thank you for all you do for our students!
Help us recognize three very deserving individuals with these upcoming dedications.
You are cordially invited to come out and celebrate with us as we recognize three very deserving individuals during these dedications.
Pulaski County students may now apply for virtual instruction for the 2022-23 school year. Virtual learning for next year will be different from the prior two school years. Eligibility for virtual school will be more restrictive.
Students who have documented medical conditions or who require virtual for other documented reasons are eligible to apply for a very limited number of virtual spots. There will be a strict application deadline of May 20, 2022. All applications must be completed online at the PCPS website.
A link to the application is available on the PCPS home page under the "News" heading.
The Pulaski County Sheriff's Department has informed us that Kasey Puckett has been found safe. They wish to thank everyone who helped spread the word in the search.
The Pulaski County Sheriff's Office is asking for assistance in locating Kasey Puckett, a 16-year-old female, was last seen at her residence in Pulaski County at approximately 8:00 a.m. on 4-18-22. She is 5’6 and approximately 95 pounds, has blond hair and blue eyes. She could possibly be in a 2016 silver Chrysler Town and Country minivan bearing Virginia license plate VUF5785. If you see her, please contact Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office at (540)980-7800, or call 911.
Pulaski County Public Schools is proud to announce the 2021-22 Employee of the Year and Teacher of the Year for each of our schools. These employees will be recognized at the May meeting of the Pulaski County School Board, scheduled for Tuesday, May 10, 2022, for their outstanding dedication and service to the faculty, staff, students and parents of Pulaski County Public Schools. The overall Employee of the Year and Teacher of the Year will be announced at that same meeting. Congratulations to all of these outstanding educators and employees!
Employee of the Year:
CES – Sharon Johnston
DES – Crystal Mae
PES – Diane Boerstler
RES – Debbie Smith
SES- Tasha Phillips
PCMS – Mandy Roane
PCHS – Amber Lockhart
PCHS CTE – Clyde Prim
Teacher of the Year
CES – Carrie DePriest
DES – Moriah Hinton
PES – Becky Moles
RES – Katherine Phillips
SES- Breanna Cox
PCMS – Tina Winesett
PCHS – John Jewell
PCHS CTE – Jenny Anderson
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Please join us in the PCHS Little Theatre Thursday, April 21, at 6 p.m. for this important informational presentation. If you can't be there in-person, watch online on Facebook live!
Get out this weekend and see our Pulaski County Theatre Arts students in action!
Hey Pulaski County students, get out and catch some fish! The Kid's Fishing Day is back this year and will be a great chance to get out and enjoy yourself. See the attached flyer for full information.
The Pulaski County School Board budget approval meeting has been rescheduled from Wednesday, March 16, 2022 to Wednesday, March 30, 2022 at 5:30 p.m. due to the fact that there has not been an approved final budget from the Virginia General Assembly. The meeting will be held at the Pulaski County School Board Office.
Get out and support your Pulaski County athletes today! As a reminder, the PCMS baseball and softball games scheduled for today against Scott Memorial have been postponed.
Come out to support the PCHS Fine Arts Department as they present "A Night At The Movies" Thursday, March 31, at the PCHS Little Theatre.
Pulaski County Public Schools and Snowville Elementary School were pleased to recognize Mrs. Tegan Hood as Employee of the Month for March. Mrs. Hood is currently serving in her 10th year as a paraprofessional with Pulaski County Public Schools and in third year at Snowville Elementary School. Mrs. Hood works throughout all grade levels and provides a wide range of assistance to all students. Her strengths lie in reinforcing concepts and reteaching difficult concepts to students across all grade levels. She is flexible and is able to easily adapt to the many changes that occur throughout any given school day. Snowville Elementary School is thankful for everything she does for our faculty, staff, and students each and every day!
Pulaski County Public Schools and Snowville Elementary School are pleased to recognize Mrs. Lindsey Day as Teacher of the Month for March. Mrs. Day has taught kindergarten at Snowville Elementary for two years and has been with Pulaski County Schools for 10 years. Mrs. Day is a caring and energetic teacher whose love for her students shines through every day. One of her many strengths lies in teaching students how to read, which is evident when you walk into her classroom. There is a strong sense of community in her classroom, and students love being a part of her classroom. Snowville Elementary School sincerely appreciates the time and dedication that Mrs. Day puts into a job that she clearly loves!