This is a reminder that tonight, Thursday, September 14, 2023, is the regularly scheduled school board meeting . The meeting will be held at the Central Office Board Room at 6:30 p.m. and may be viewed LIVE on our YouTube Channel. Comments are due by 4 p.m. Thank you. Agenda: https://go.boarddocs.com/vsba/pcss/Board.nsf/Public Comments: https://forms.gle/GKeH46Uz4XBg3Z7s6 View LIVE: https://www.youtube.com/c/PageCountySchools/live
Important Bus Route Information: Notice to parents in the Shenandoah Area- Students living on Grovehill River Road (BUS 11) will be approximately 15 minutes late arriving home this afternoon. BUS 29 students will be approximately 30 minutes late this afternoon due to a double bus run. Thank you. Please share.
Important Bus Route Information: Notice to parents in the Shenandoah Area. Late bus Bus 29 will be approximently 35 minutes late this afternoon.
Important Bus Route Information: Notice to parents in the Shenandoah Area. Late bus Bus 67 will be split by several buses this morning. Expect delayed pick-up times. Please Share.
Please take a moment to read this letter with information regarding the option for before school care for students in grades PreK-6 on Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2023 (2-hour delay day): https://5il.co/24mwi
Interested in helping serve meals to children? If you missed our last Substitute training day, we will be hosting TWO more sessions on Wednesday September 20, 2023. See the flyer or contact Central Office at 540-743-6533, for more information.
Affordable Connectivity Program The Affordable Connectivity Program is an FCC program that helps connect families and households struggling to afford internet service. PCPS families are eligible to apply to this program as PCPS participates in the USDA Community Eligibility Program. Eligible households can enroll in the ACP by visiting GetInternet.gov. Please follow the link for more information. Directions to obtain a letter to show proof of participation in USDA CEP. 1. Log into Parent Portal. 2. Click on Student Reports located in the left side navigation bar. 3. Click on Affordable Connectivity Program Letter under Currently Published Reports. 4. Click on the Print icon located in the top right corner.
Patriot Day. September 11th is recognized each year as Patriot Day to remember the lives lost at the World Trade Center, on Flight 93, and at the Pentagon. Patriot Day also honors the first responders, service members, and civil servants who were integral in rescue and recovery efforts - many of whom made the supreme sacrifice as a result. Many Virginia schools commemorate Patriot Day by flying the Freedom Flag, which is recognized as the Commonwealth’s official 9/11 flag of remembrance. The Freedom Flag Foundation encourages schools to conduct flag raising ceremonies that include the recitation of the 10 symbolic elements of the Freedom Flag. All schools in the Commonwealth are encouraged to designate time during the week of September 11th for reflection and commemoration. There are resources available from the United States Department of Education and the Library of Congress that captures Americans during trying times and serves as a historical resource for future generations.
HVAC CLASS SPACE STILL AVAILABLE FOR POST GRADUATE/ADULT STUDENTS --SIGN UP NOW!! In partnership with Laurel Ridge Workforce Solutions, PCPS is offering an HVAC Level 1 course beginning on Monday, September 11, 2023, at Jenkins Hall, Laurel Ridge Community College. Classes will be held Mon-Thurs from 8:30-11 a.m. If you are interested, don't let finances be the reason you don't pursue this opportunity. With G3 and Fast Forward funding the expenses for the class are fully covered. For more information and/or to sign up, call 540-778-7282, EXT 1.
Important Bus Route Information from PCPS Notice to Parents in the Stanley Area-- Bus 54 Bus Route will be split into 3 buses this afternoon. Students living in Deerfield/Stoney Run area will ride Bus 59 home this afternoon Students living on Park Road and Roundhead Drive will ride Bus 17 home. And, students living on Honeyville Road will be approximately 40 minutes late arriving home this afternoon. Thank you for your patience and cooperation. Please share.
About 25 minutes ago, Luray High School went into a soft lockdown, which means that students are kept in class and instruction continues and no one can enter or exit the building. This was necessary to address a student situation. Everyone is safe and the lockdown will be lifted in just a few minutes. Thank you for your continued support of PCPS.
Parent/Guardian Awareness Topic - Communication in PCPS & Our Partnership Please take a moment to read this information about how we can communicate with each other and our partnership. Thank you for taking the time to partner with us: https://5il.co/23z4f
Biology students in Mr. Bosserman's class at Page County High School conduct an experiment in class.
Parent/Guardian Awareness Topic - Cell Phones & Social Media Tips Please take a moment to read this information about cell phones and social media. Thank you for taking the time to partner with us: https://5il.co/23vyx
Parent/Guardian Awareness Topic - StopIt App & Bullying Please take a moment to read this information about the StopIt App (https://5il.co/23nlp) and Bullying (https://5il.co/23nlo). Thank you for taking the time to partner with PCPS!
Important Bus Route Information: This message is Parents/Guardians in the Shenandoah Area Wednesday, August 30,2023. Bus 5 will be doing a double run this afternoon on Bus 4. Students on Bus 4 can expect to be 25 to 30 late arriving home. Thank you. Please share.
Parent/Guardian Awareness Topic - Code of Conduct Please take a moment to read this information about vaping and the Student Handbook and Code of Conduct. Thank you for taking the time to partner with us: https://5il.co/23jvl
The next two groups PCPS would like to recognize are our maintenance crew and our groundskeepers. Our maintenance guys work hard every day with repairs and maintaining our buildings. They are always just a phone call away when we need help. Often times they are already in our buildings working long before we ever arrive for the day. There's not much these guys can't do. Thanks for all your hard work! Our groundskeeper : Jackie with his summer assistants Chris Mercer (LES) and Brian Benson (Shenandoah) worked hard this summer helping to maintain the lawns of all of our schools. Their help is much appreciated by all. To both groups, we would like to extend our gratitude for your dedication and loyalty to Page County Public Schools. You ARE appreciated for all you do.
Parent/Guardian Awareness Topic - Attendance Please take a moment to read this information about attendance in PCPS. Thank you for taking the time to partner with us: https://5il.co/23fpp
No one works harder during the summer than our custodians, maintenance, and grounds keeping crews. Today we will honor our custodians for all they do, not just in the summer, but every day. They take pride in the work they do, and help keep our facilities looking great. Thank you, and know that you ARE appreciated!