Public Input Requested on the PCPS ARP ESSER Plan Page County Public Schools (PCPS) is seeking public comment on its American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act Elementary and Secondary School Relief (ESSER) fund. The Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) has allocated approximately $6.3 million of ARP ESSER funding to PCPS. PCPS is requesting input from employees of Page County Public Schools, as well as parents/guardians and members of the community on how the funds should be used to assist the school division in recovering from learning that may have been lost due to COVID-19 as well as ensuring the health and safety of students and staff. Participants may choose to provide input on how students’ academic, social, emotional, and mental health needs might be addressed. Public comment can be submitted through the use of this form through Wednesday, August 25, 2021. The input provided will be reviewed and included in the development of the final draft of the plan prior to its official submission. The plan can be found on the division’s webpage or by clicking https://5il.co/xf90 To access the form to submit public comment, please click https://forms.gle/YuMTfGviBGMtYC5w5 Thank you for your assistance and input. Antonia M. Fox, Ed.D. Superintendent Page County Public Schools
over 2 years ago, Page County Public Schools
your input is needed!
This is a reminder that anyone who plans to attend the Page County Technical Center Open House, it is being held today from 4-6 p.m. We hope to see you there!
over 2 years ago, Page County Public Schools
Important information
This is a reminder that Open House is being held tomorrow and Thursday for Page County Public Schools. Please see the link (or picture below for designated times). Also, please remember all students and families are required to wear masks while inside of the school buildings. Schools will have masks available if you do not bring one with you. https://5il.co/wqjk Thank you, and please share.
over 2 years ago, Page County Public Schools
orientation information 2021-2022
Good evening PCPS Students and Families, On Thursday, August 12, 2021, there was a State Health Commissioner Order of Public Health Emergency Statewide Requirement to Wear Masks in K-12 Schools. The order states that all individuals aged two and older are required to wear masks when indoors at public and private K-12 schools in order to inhibit spread of the virus. All faculty, staff, students, visitors, or other individuals over the age of two present in any PCPS school, office, work, or other indoor location are required to wear a face mask. Additionally, there is still an order in effect from January of 2021, from the CDC, that requires face masks on all forms of public transportation. This includes school buses and division cars and vans. Please be prepared to wear a mask when you participate in our Open House events this week. Schools do have masks available if needed. The order did include a list of exceptions for which various individuals may qualify. This information is being reviewed by PCPS staff. More detailed information will be shared prior to the start of school for families. Thank you for your continued support of PCPS! Antonia M. Fox, Ed.D. Superintendent
over 2 years ago, Page County Public Schools
important information
We're glad to be back!! Page County Middle School is all smiles ..under those masks. :)
over 2 years ago, Page County Public Schools
PCMS faculty and staff
pcms faculty and staff
pcms faculty and staff
pcms faculty and staff
Following breakfast at Luray High School, teachers participated in a professional development session with ITRT, Kristin Vaughn. She assisted teachers with gradebook setup, Schoology, and Clever.
over 2 years ago, Page County Public Schools
PD at LHS
PD at LHS
PD at LHS
Faculty and staff at Luray High School enjoyed a catered breakfast yesterday to kick off the work week.
over 2 years ago, Page County Public Schools
LHS breakfast
lhs breakfast
lhs breakfast
lhs breakfast
Stanley Elementary School is having fun getting everything ready for the new year!! One More Week!!
over 2 years ago, Page County Public Schools
Stanley Elementary School
stanley elementary school admin
Stanley teachers
new teachers stanley elem
Take a look around....everywhere things are being done to prepare for our students who arrive ONE week from today ...Oh My!! Luray High School is getting some pretty flowers out front.
over 2 years ago, Page County Public Schools
planting flowers in front of LHS
flowers at LHS
flowers at LHS
Please see that attached for important information from Nutritional Services regarding the upcoming school year. https://5il.co/x38w
over 2 years ago, Page County Public Schools
nutritional services press release
Pool and Fireside with PACA.
over 2 years ago, Page County Public Schools
pool and fireside with PACA
This is a reminder that tonight, Thursday, August 12, 2021, is the regularly scheduled school board meeting. The meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. and can be viewed LIVE on our YouTube Channel. Comments are due by 4 p.m. Agenda : https://go.boarddocs.com/vsba/pcss/Board.nsf/Public Comments: https://forms.gle/k6wbsV7zAqSofFwK7 View Live: https://www.youtube.com/c/PageCountySchools/live
over 2 years ago, Page County Public Schools
school board meeting
In keeping with our shout-outs to our valuable employees, we'd like to recognize our grounds keepers and maintenance crews for all of their hard work, especially in the summer heat. A special thank you to the Page County Sherriff's Office. Thank you all for helping to keep our schools looking beautiful on the inside and out.
over 2 years ago, Page County Public Schools
maintenance workers and grounds crew
This is a message from PCPS For information regarding orientations for the 2021-2022 school year, please see the attachment. https://5il.co/wqjk
over 2 years ago, Page County Public Schools
orientation information 2021-2022
Per our health plan, we stated we would notify the public of any positive cases relevant to our school system. Please click on the link to read the letter regarding notice. https://5il.co/wqjj
over 2 years ago, Page County Public Schools
important information
Thank you Springfield Elementary custodians for all of your hard work this summer, and every year. You are appreciated!
over 2 years ago, Page County Public Schools
Springfield Custodians
Last Thursday, summer school graduates of the class of 2021, from Luray High School and Page County High School, were honored with their graduation ceremony. Congratulations on your hard work and determination! You did it!
over 2 years ago, Page County Public Schools
summer school grads
We see you Luray Middle School custodians! Thanks for all you do!
over 2 years ago, Page County Public Schools
luray middle school custodians
Congratulations to the 2020-21 Page County Public School retirees. Thank you for your service to the students and staff. May all the years ahead bring you great joy and relaxation! Paul Argyros 10 years Maintenance Robert Bowman 15 years LHS Patricia Davis 31 years PCMS Nutritional Services Karen Eppard 12 years SHEN Jerry Hoak 16 years Transportation Laura Kelly 33 years LMS Joan Knight 15 years LES Nutritional Services Nancy Rinaca 25 years SHEN Joyce Shuler 19 years Transportation Sharon Strickler 17 years SHEN Candace Teter 17 years LMS Anne Van Wyck 22 years STAN John Van Wyck 31 years Central Office Teresa Wiita 9 years LES
over 2 years ago, Page County Public Schools
Congratulations
Thank you LES custodians for all of your hard work!! We appreciate all you do.
over 2 years ago, Page County Public Schools
les custodians