Transportation announcement: Bus 33 serving Snowville Elementary will be running at least one hour to 90 minutes late today. Also, bus 80 serving Pulaski Elementary will be 45 minutes to one hour late. We apologize for these late bus runs that are due to staffing shortages today.
over 1 year ago, Chris Stafford
Pulaski County Public Schools will be closed on Tuesday, November 22, 2022 due to the large number of students and staff who’ve been recently diagnosed with the flu or respiratory illnesses. This is a Code 1 closure and will not be a virtual day. We hope that all of our students and families have a healthy and happy Thanksgiving break.
over 1 year ago, Kevin Siers
Pulaski County Public Schools will be closed on Tuesday, November 15, 2022, Employee Code 1, due to forecasted freezing rain this morning. This is not a virtual day. Thank you.
over 1 year ago, Kevin Siers
Pulaski County Public Schools will operate on a 2 hour delay schedule for Tuesday, November 15, 2022 due to forecasted winter weather that will begin at daybreak. We will assess conditions tomorrow morning to determine if the the delay needs to be changed to a closing code. Thank you.
over 1 year ago, Kevin Siers
A huge shoutout to Dr. Siers, Superintendent from the cafeteria staff at Pulaski County Middle School. Dr. Siers stopped by for a visit this morning, stepped right up to help prep breakfast pizza for delivery to the students.
over 1 year ago, Brenda Crawford
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Due to the closure of Snowville Elementary School because of the power outage, students transported in on school buses will be sent home at 8:45 a.m. We apologize for any inconveniences this might cause.
over 1 year ago, Kevin Siers
Due to the closure of Snowville Elementary School because of the power outage, students transported in on school buses will be sent home at 8:45 a.m. We apologize for any inconveniences this might cause.
over 1 year ago, Kevin Siers
Snowville Elementary School will be closed today due to a power outage.
over 1 year ago, Kevin Siers
Transportation Announcement- Bus 59, which serves the Snowville area, has broken down. This bus is also covering for Bus 46. A substitute bus has been dispatched and students will be picked up 30 minutes to one hour late.
over 1 year ago, Kevin Siers
Snowville elementary School is the center of the Snowville community in many ways. Community events are held there, along with recreation sports and many other events. During the summer break, Snowville bookkeeper Nancy Jarrells helped add a little “Husky Pride” in her school by painting these murals. This is just further proof that not only is Pulaski County Pride and Husky Pride strong in Snowville, but the school is also staffed by talented individuals who are willing to give of their time to make things better for our students. Great job Mrs. Jarrells!
over 1 year ago, David Gravely
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Snowville elementary School is the center of the Snowville community in many ways. Community events are held there, along with recreation sports and many other events. During the summer break, Snowville bookkeeper Nancy Jarrells helped add a little “Husky Pride” in her school by painting these murals. This is just further proof that not only is Pulaski County Pride and Husky Pride strong in Snowville, but the school is also staffed by talented individuals who are willing to give of their time to make things better for our students. Great job Mrs. Jarrells!
over 1 year ago, David Gravely
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With Pulaski County students back in the classrooms, we want to remind everyone to please use caution during bus hours in the morning and afternoon. In accordance with Virginia law, you must stop for school buses with flashing red lights and an extended stop sign when you approach from any direction on a highway, private road or school driveway. Drivers must stop and remain stopped until all persons are clear and the bus moves again. If you on a road with a median or barrier dividing the road, you do not have to stop if the bus is on the other side of the barrier or median, but still be aware of unexpected actions by anyone who may exit the bus and attempt to cross. Also, be aware of reduced speed limit zones near schools during the hours the buses are arriving and exiting the school areas. Help us keep our students safe as they head to school and return home each day.
over 1 year ago, David Gravely
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The August 9, 2022, meeting of the Pulaski County School Board will now be at the Pulaski County School Board Office instead of Pulaski County Middle School. Closed Session will begin at 5:30 p.m.The meeting will be streamed live on the Pulaski County Public Schools YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSDoZxsI_hmaavkuVZ3B0OQ. The agenda is posted on BoardDocs. http://www.boarddocs.com/vsba/pcva/Board.nsf/Public
over 1 year ago, David Gravely
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over 1 year ago, David Gravely
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Don't forget that Tuesday, August 2, is the National Night Out celebration in TWO locations in our hometown. The Pulaski Police Department will be holding an event at Jackson Park in downtown Pulaski from 4-6 p.m., where members of our HR department will be setting up a booth. Also, the Pulaski County Sheriff's Department will hosting another event at Randolph Park from 5-8 p.m. The two events will feature several agencies at each location, giving you a chance to meet some of our local first responders and other groups. See you there!
over 1 year ago, David Gravely
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Come out and support our local Law Enforcement Officers with the 2022 National Night Out celebration! There will also be a celebration at Randolph Park, hosted by the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office and other organizations. We'll be sharing that information when they release all the details.
over 1 year ago, David Gravely
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Check out this FREE theatre arts program being offered!
almost 2 years ago, David Gravely
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Don't forget, we will be closed Monday, June 20, 2022.
almost 2 years ago, David Gravely
June 20 closure
Monday, May 23, 2022, at 5 p.m., the entrance to Pulaski County Middle School will officially be dedicated as "Medal of Honor Way" in honor of Pulaski County native and Medal of Honor recipient Marine Corporal Lewis K. Bausell. Seen here are members of Corporal Bausell's family, Jim and Pat Bausell, at the permanent marker that has been placed at the school. The dedication ceremony will be held at the PCMS Auditorium.
almost 2 years ago, David Gravely
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Attention all potential Pulaski County Middle School Football players: You need to see this information!
almost 2 years ago, David Gravely
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