In anticipation of tomorrow night's school board meeting, when a plan for reopening schools will be presented to the school board, we would like to remind everyone of proper social media etiquette. We understand that not everyone will like or even agree with the plans that are being put into motion. Please know that weeks have been spent preparing for the release of this plan, and every effort to find the best possible way to keep our students, faculty, staff, and administration safe has been of utmost importance. We would like to remind you that children read this page. Please lead by example when making any responses. Any comments deemed inappropriate or in violation of Facebook standards will be deleted. The proposed plans will be released following the school board meeting tomorrow evening. Thank you and please share.
A Message From The Superintendent Regarding the Opening of Schools. https://5il.co/i980 Please share.
Message from the Superintendent to Page County Public Schools Students, Staff, and Families: https://5il.co/i878 Please share.
Please join us for tonight's regularly scheduled school board meeting using the following login information. Topic: PCPS School Board Mtg. 6-22-20 Time: Jun 22, 2020 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/77974517818?pwd=VUN4a1doMXFTWkJwb1FsQStmbHF4QT09 Meeting ID: 779 7451 7818 Password: 0ALzey Please share.
With the recent release of new guidelines from the Governor and the Virginia Department of Education, PCPS is in the process of planning how we will best serve our students in the upcoming 2020-21 school year. We would like all families to complete this survey that will help guide our planning. Here is the link to the survey -- Please share. https://forms.gle/wJQCxNc8npZJfWUy6
Upcoming Kindergarten parents: Next week, Monday, June 22, 2020, each of the four elementary schools will be hosting scheduled appointments to screen incoming Kindergarten students for the 2020-21 school year. If you have not heard from your student's school, please reach out to schedule an appointment to have your incoming Kindergarten student screened. Preschool update: Due to a number of extenuating circumstances, preschool acceptance letter will not be sent out until the week ending June 26, 2020. Thank you and please share.
VHSL Physcial Forms may be accessed by visting Pagek12.org and Clicking MENU/DOCUMENTS/STUDENTS AND FAMILIES/VHSL PHYSICAL FORM or by clicking the link below. Please share. https://5il.co/b8x8
PAL --Performing Arts Luray--is planning a production that will take place on the grounds of the Singing Tower in early October. It will be a Shakespeare in the Park event that will involve the entire community as well as tourists. PAL would like to get students involved in project-based learning, and this Shakespearean play is a great way for students apply differing skills to a community event. Mark you calendars for auditions!
Tonight's regularly scheduled school board meeting may be accessed online this evening by using the following Zoom information. Topic: PCPS School Board Mtg. 6-8-20 Time: Jun 8, 2020 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/71780559348?pwd=MU1iWGkzdm5tTXYwNEc1K3YwQUJJUT09 Meeting ID: 717 8055 9348 Password: 1igQMg Please share.
Page County Public Schools has developed a proposed Strategic Plan and would like to offer this plan for your review and comment. A copy of the plan has been placed at each school for anyone wishing to review it in person. Please contact your school to schedule a time to come in. If you wish to view the strategic plan online, you may do so at https://5il.co/gwtm. Questions regarding the Strategic Plan may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org . There will also be a scheduled time at the next school board meeting for public comment on this topic. Thank you, and please share.
Beginning Monday, June 8th through Thursday, June 11th from 7:30 am to 12:00 pm LHS will be open to students to pick up items from gym lockers. If your child had PE 2nd semester or played a sport and had not yet picked up their belongings, we have collected the items from the locker room and will have them available for pickup. If your student needs to pick up a binder from a classroom those will be available as well. Social distancing guidelines and mask requirements will apply.
As students and families set out on summer adventures, Page County Public Schools has compiled a list of resources to keep students learning through the summer months. Please see the links below to help continue student learning. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xId-KymQE1QIL764GkpCbY7nv1simacUm98cGRfVUGc/edit https://whro.org/classroom Please share these links with others who may find them helpful during the summer months.
This is a message from Page County Public Schools. End of the year report cards will be mailed today, Friday, May 29, 2020. The PowerSchool parent portal will be turned off for the summer while we work on student schedules for 2020-21. We wish everyone a safe and healthy summer!
For those wishing to join the school board meeting this evening scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Please use the information below: Topic: PCPS School Board Mtg. 5-27-20 Time: May 27, 2020 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/74313459084?pwd=WTdqV2l4VVFIVEhRMCsyaTk1Q3NGUT09 Meeting ID: 743 1345 9084 Password: 6w1UsF
Seniors, Many of you have been asking about how you will know the winners of the local scholarships and other awards since we are unable to have our Scholarship & Awards Program that was originally scheduled for this evening at 6:30 p.m. Scholarships and awards will be announced as part of your graduation celebration ceremony on Saturday, May 30 at 3:00 p.m. If you were the recipient of a scholarship, you may come by the school starting on Monday, June 1 from 8-12 for your checks or information on how to claim your scholarship. You will also receive contact information on who to send thank you letters. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us! We are so excited for the unveiling of your graduation celebration ceremony. We think it is going to be extraordinary - just like the Class of 2020!
In order to continue registration for VPI Pre-K enrollment you may visit LHS today from 8:30 to 2:30 p.m. and Stanley Elementary on Thursday and Friday, all of which are functioning as a drive through. We are able to open things up a bit, and you may come in to fill out the paperwork. Please note the following documents needed for registration. Proof of residency The original birth certificate (No copies) W2 or Taxes from 2019 Please share
LHS wants to give a big congratulations today to our FFA member, Kate Shifflett! She placed third in the area FFA extemporaneous public speaking event. In addition, she participated in the VAFB Young Farmer Youth Discussion Meet. She competed against students from across the state and was selected as one of only four students to compete in the final round! Way to go Kate and congratulations! You can watch the final round of the Youth Discussion Meet using the link below to see Kate in action! https://www.facebook.com/93647481805/videos/177374730277090/?vh=e&d=n
Shared to you from PACA. A training about youth tobacco and nicotine prevention for parents, teachers, and community members. https://youtu.be/AHHn6z5wnYg
The regularly scheduled school board meeting for May 27, 2020, has been changed to 5 p.m. Closed Session, and Open Meeting at 6:30 p.m. at the Page County School Board Office.
Thanks to Charles King Photographer/Videographer, we are able to share a few highlights from both Page and Luray High School's "graduation" ceremonies. Just a sneak peek of what is to come. Check it out!! Congratulations, Class of 2020, you did it! We are all so proud of you! https://ckingphotography.smugmug.com/Client-Galleries/Events/Page-County-High-School/n-cHRnn8/2020-Graduation/ https://ckingphotography.smugmug.com/Client-Galleries/Events/Luray-High-School/n-HTbGxq/2020-Graduation
Airing now on TV. Please Share. "Graduate Together." https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/VADOE/bulletins/28ba7db
Seniors, please see the attached video for a personal message from LHS. It includes some next steps for our celebration ceremony as well. https://youtu.be/7R3-IE22wZ0
LHS Senior Spotlight - Cheyenne Wilson participated in cross country (2 years) and track (3 years). She was a member of Campaigners for Christ and Fellowship of Christian Athletes for 2 years. In addition she performed in the LHS talent show her junior and senior years. Cheyenne's plans are to go to Blue Ridge Community College and transfer to Bridgewater to major in Physical Therapy.
For those wishing to join the regularly scheduled school board meeting this evening, please use the information below to log in to the Zoom meeting. Please share. Topic: PCPS School Board Mtg. 5-11-20 Time: May 11, 2020 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/75093463585?pwd=ZUYrcXZXM2FwaTBqVTB1NWxlUkg3UT09 Meeting ID: 750 9346 3585 Password: 3Atpjg
LHS Senior Spotlight - Caden Speaks is the son of Jason and Catherine Speaks. This fall, Caden plans to attend Virginia Tech and major in Building Construction. He played Varsity Football (3 years), JV Football (2 years), Varsity Baseball (1 year) and JV Baseball (1 year) for the Bulldogs. He was a member of many clubs, his favorite being FFA and Interact. While attending LHS, Caden completed a 3-year welding program and received several Stick (SMAW) certifications through PCTC. As a student in JMU’s DE Geospatial Senior Seminar class, Caden became the first student ever chosen from Page County Public Schools to present a project at the ESRI Federal Users Conference in Washington, DC. His project concept was inspired by his volunteer service as a Junior Firefighter with the Luray Fire Department. He has earned his Firefighter 1 certification and hopes to be able to serve the Blacksburg community in a similar capacity while earning his degree at Virginia Tech.
LHS Senior Spotlight - While attending Luray High School, Jennifer Carter played JV softball for 2 years and Varsity softball for 1 year. She also managed Varsity basketball for 1 year. Jennifer was apart of Makers Club and SCA. She will be attending George Mason University in the fall pursuing the majors of Video Game Design and Film.
LHS Senior Spotlight - Katie Elliott is the daughter of Jackie and Kelly Elliott. Katie plans to attend Virginia Tech this fall to study criminal justice and minor in psychology. Throughout high school, Katie has participated in the following: Spring Track, Girls Basketball, and Cheerleading (4 years each). In doing so, she received the Gold L and Most Spirited in her senior year. Her involvement was not limited to the field of athletic competition; Katie also served as Class of 2020 Vice President, an integral part of LHS Leadership Club, and a successful member of the school’s forensics team. Outside of school, Katie continued her community service by doing a fundraiser for Choices and is a perennial volunteer at Page One’s food pantry. She looks forward to doing similar things at Virginia Tech, and she is thankful for all of the people who have supported her in getting there.
Dear Class of 2020 Students & Families, Thank you for your responses to the survey and suggestions that have been provided. Based on feedback we have received, we have been working to get additional guidance on the number of people that can attend the filming with the graduate. We are pleased to announce that the graduate can now have up to 14 guests present for the filming. All attendees will be required to maintain proper social distancing and everyone is encouraged to wear a mask or face covering for protection. Please remember that we are still making plans to hold an in-person graduation once large gatherings are permitted. In the meantime, the celebration video is an opportunity for the graduate to celebrate with family and friends on the actual graduation date of May 30, 2020. The video will encompass various pieces including students walking across stage, speeches by the valedictorian and salutatorian, academic recognition, and other special features that we hope you enjoy.The final video will premiere on YouTube at the original graduation time for each high school. It has been, and will continue to be, our goal to give the Seniors the recognition they deserve for their hard work over the past thirteen years. Please share.
LHS Senior Spotlight - Skylhar Batchelor-Pickett participated in the following while at Luray High School: softball (4 years), basketball (1 year), golf (1 year), academic team (1 year), and travel softball (8 years). While playing on these teams she was selected as Golf MVP and Softball All District and Regional Catcher. Skylhar was also a member of the Campaigners for Christ Club. After graduation, she plans on attending LFCC to major in nursing and someday become a labor and delivery nurse.
Dear Class of 2020 Students & Families, Yesterday, Page County Public Schools released information regarding plans for a virtual celebration in an effort to honor this year’s graduating class. This celebration was designed to be something extra for the Class of 2020, not in place of a traditional in-person graduation. On Tuesday, May 5, 2020, division officials participated in a conference call with State Superintendent of Education Dr. James Lane and Secretary of Education Qarni regarding commencement exercises. During this meeting, school divisions were told to use caution if they were planning for traditional in-person graduation ceremonies because it was highly unlikely that the Governor will be allowing for such large gatherings in the near future. School divisions were encouraged to model procedures used by Louisa County. In an effort to follow all the safety protocols for physical distancing during the filming, students and guests were limited to 5 (graduate & 4 guests) because 4 other school personnel and the videographer will also be present in the gymnasium (maximum is 10). Both high schools have been in touch with Jostens to try and ensure every student's graduation regalia will be available at the time of filming. The filming of the virtual celebration was scheduled for next week in order to be completed in time for students to share with their families on the original graduation date. This video will include other graduation components and special recognition. Seniors will be receiving a survey this week to seek their feedback regarding future graduation possibilities. Page County Public Schools is still prepared to conduct an in-person graduation ceremony once we are allowed to do so - whenever that may be. Again, our intention with the virtual celebration was to provide an additional way to recognize our Seniors. We hope the video serves as a memento. Additionally, each high school has purchased yard signs, hosted “Be the Light” nights, and has been posting senior spotlights on all social media platforms. It has been and will continue to be our goal to give the Seniors the recognition they deserve for their hard work over the past thirteen years.
LHS Senior Spotlight - Bryce Matthew Seal has had a diverse high school career finishing his final year at Luray High School. Bryce has participated in sports such as MCCA soccer, basketball and baseball, LHS basketball, and competitive mountain bike racing with the Luray Eagle Cycling team. He is a gifted musician, proficient in banjo, guitar and piano, and has had the opportunity to play publicly in church and local bluegrass festivals. He has been an active member in church participating in the music, missions and youth programs. His future plans are undetermined.
Page County Public Schools would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our hard-working, dedicated teachers. Since we are not able to be in school this year, we'd like to encourage you and your child to participate in our own little "Thank You" recognition for our division. Sometime this week, have your child write a note or make a card/poster, take a picture and post it in the comments. So that everyone sees the participation, please submit the pictures in the comments on the Page County Public Schools Facebook Page for all of us to enjoy. Please share.
IN HONOR OF TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK HERE'S AN OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUR CHILD TO THANK A TEACHER: Please follow the instructions below if your child wishes to participate. For the fifth year, the Virginia Lottery is encouraging students, parents and the general public to send thank you notes to Virginia's deserving public school teachers during National Teacher Appreciation Week, May 4 – 8. Your favorite teacher could win a Virginia vacation and prizes for your school! Make your favorite teacher smile with a digital thank-you note featuring custom artwork by the three student art contest winners. https://thankateacherva.com/
Attention All Winter and Spring Athletes: Due to the Covid 19 virus many of our school issued practice and/or game uniforms have not been returned. We feel we are at a point where we can start working on our athletic inventories and request all uniforms that have not already been returned be turned in. The uniform collection dates and times are as follows: Tuesday, 5/12/20, Wednesday, 5/13/20, and Thursday, 5/14/20. Uniforms may be returned to the Page and Luray High School commons areas on these dates with the collections starting at 8:30am and ending at 11:30am each of the three days. Coach Knight with softball will be at PCHS on Thursday, 5/14/20, and would prefer softball uniforms be returned that day, if possible. If not, please bring them in on Tuesday or Wednesday. Please contact Mr. Ehlers or Mr. Cubbage if you have any questions. Please share.
LHS Senior Spotlight- Savana Bartlett was an active member of the following clubs: La Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica, National Honor Society, French Club, and Luray Drama Club. During her time in Luray Drama Club she won two awards: the Directors Award and the Heart of The Show Award. She performed in two poetry slams and had the honor of presenting a short story and one of her poems at the Luray Festival of The Arts. Savana plans on attending LFCC to get her General Studies Degree and then transfer to Bridgewater College to study Communications.
Tonight is the last night to turn on your porch lights or see the lights at Bulldog field lit up at 8:20 in support of our seniors for 20 minutes. #BeTheLightBRD #bulldogpride
If ever there was a group that deserved recognition, especially during this time, it's our cafeteria and Nutritional Services staff. To Jennie Jeffries, her assistant Kate Comer, and to all of PCPS Nutritional Services staff (and to the volunteers who have assisted), we applaud you for your hard work everyday, and especially since the end of March when your dedication to the students and community of Page County was never more obvious. YOU are the true Lunch Heroes! Today, we celebrate you!
LHS Senior Spotlight - Courtney Fox participated in volleyball (5 years), basketball (4 years), and softball (5 years). She was also involved in the following clubs: National Honor Society, Campaigners for Christ, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. After high school, Courtney plans to get into Walmart pharmacy and get her license as a pharmacy technician.
Calling all seniors...Everyone's a Speaker Contest sponsored by Senator Tim Kaine.
Don't forget to turn on your front porch lights tonight at 8:20! We'll be at Bulldog Field with the lights on. Share your pictures with us. #BeTheLightBRD #bulldogpride
LHS Senior Spotlight - While at Luray High School, Jacob Burner has explored several elective areas. In the process, he has earned a certificate for Early Chilhood Education and Care Basic, Certificate for OSHA Safety in the General Industry and a certificate in the American Hotel and Lodging Association for Hosptality Professional. After graduation, Jacob plans to enter the work force.
LHS Senior Spotlight - Jessica Buracker played varsity soccer for 4 years and was team captain for two years. In addition, she played on the Luray travel soccer team for several years. Jessica has participated in the following clubs: Girl Scouts (since she was four years old), Makers Club (3 years), FCCLA (1 year), PACA (2 years), and Campaigners for Christ (3 years). While being involved at LHS, Jessica has also volunteered at the library, mud run, trunk or treat, and numerous other events. She is now working at the Triple Crown BBQ on weekends and as a Administrative Assistant at Subsidium during the week. Jessica plans to attend Longwood University in the Fall.
Don't forget to turn on your front porch lights tonight at 8:20! We'll be at Bulldog Field with the lights on. Share your pictures with us. #BeTheLightBRD #bulldogpride
LHS Senior Spotlight - While at Luray High School, Christian Baker played JV Baseball & JV Football. He was a member of the FFA for 4 years. Christian took Auto Tech 1 and 2 at the Page County Technical Center during his Junior and Senior years. He is currently working part-time with White House Natives and is raising three Angus heifers on his grandfather's farm where he also helps do farm work. Christian would like to be able to receive his state inspection license and further his mechanics career after graduation. His hobbies include farming, hunting, fishing, and working on any type of truck, car or equipment.
LHS Senior Spotlight - While attending Luray High School, Caleb Buckley made PCTC history by becoming the first student in the welding program to successfully complete both the Stick (SMAW) and Tig (GTAW) certifications. Caleb enjoys playing his guitar, hunting and you can often find him in the garage restoring his 1976 Ford F150 and his 1970 Chevelle. Caleb is a member of the Stanley Volunteer Fire Department. He is currently attending the Rockingham County Fire and Rescue Academy. After completing his Firefighter 1 and 2 and EMT classes he will go on to fulfill his career as a paid firefighter.
LHS Senior Spotlight - Kelley Carlock participated in various clubs and was a member of the Academic team for 3 years. She was also a senior captain for the team this year. Kelley has been accepted to James Madison University and will be part of their Honors College. She will be studying Intelligence Analysis.
A Message to Our Page County Public Schools Community: A new program will allow PCPS students who are qualified to receive free or reduced price meals to also be eligible for additional assistance through a pandemic EBT program. We do not have all of the specifics or timeline yet, but this project will be in addition to the free meal delivery for all children 18 and under that is already occurring. If your child was already approved for free or reduced price meals, you do not have to do anything. If you were not already qualified for free/reduced price meals, families can still apply online at www.lunchapplication.com or can request a paper application by calling the Central Office (540) 743-6533 ext. 2816 or by e-mailing email@example.com. If a family was denied free/reduced price meals earlier in the school year, but there has been a change in the household income, the number of people living in the household, or someone in the household is now receiving SNAP or TANF benefits, you may reapply. Those families who have a new address (which has not been previously reported to the school), should contact their home school to make sure it is updated. Please contact the Nutritional Services Office (540) 743-6533 with any questions. This institution is an equal opportunity provider. Thank you, and please share.
Announcement: Anyone wishing to join tonight's regularly scheduled school board meeting remotely, please use the following information: Topic: PCPS School Board Mtg. 4-27-20 Time: Apr 27, 2020 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/73816160477?pwd=cjVveXhDWmprbUk0ZEQ4OWRYNHBWQT09 Meeting ID: 738 1616 0477 Password: 1XAUxw
LHS Senior Spotlight - Lucy Buracker has been a LHS athlete since her freshman year playing volleyball for 4 years, JV basketball for 2 years, varsity basketball for 1 year, winter track for two years, and spring track for three years. While competing in winter track, she set two school records (300&500m) and this year she was a 2 time regional champion and placed second at states in the 500m. She was also on the all-state 4x1 relay team. Lucy has also been a member of other clubs like FCCLA, Campaigners For Christ, and Varsity club. She plans on becoming a CCMA through a program at the Page County Technical Center following her certification test in June. After graduation, Lucy plans on attending West Virginia University to major in kinesiology. She wants to pursue a career in the medical field.
LHS Senior Spotlight- Hayden Campbell participated in the following sports while at LHS: JV Baseball (1 year), JV Football (2 years), and Varsity Football (3 years). He was a team captain for football and received all district and all region honors. Hayden was a member of FFA and Campaigners for Christ. While doing all of these activities, he was also a volunteer firefighter. After graduation, Hayden plans to enter the work force.
While at Luray High School, Haley Spain has accomplished many things. She is currently a student in the Practical Nursing program at the Page County Technical Center. She is the FFA president and is in the National Honor Society. Haley always has a smile on her face and radiates rays of sunshine throughout the whole day. Haley plans to finish up her nursing school and become an LPN and maybe one day a doctor.
LHS Senior Spotlight - Michael Griffith has been a member of National Honor Society, Future Farmers of American and played JV and Varsity Football. He graduated from Page County Technical Center's welding program. After graduation he plans on working for a year and then plans to join the United States Air Force to become a Technical Rescue Medic.
LHS Senior Spotlight- While at LHS, Collin Dallas participated in soccer his junior year. He has completed the two-year electrical program at the Page County Technical Center. Collin has enjoyed working at Luray Caverns since he was in the 8th grade. In his spare time, he enjoys getting dirty and greasy doing what he loves the most and that’s restoring his 1967 Camaro and his 1968 Chevrolet truck. After graduation, Collin plans to enter the work force as an electrician.
LHS Senior Spotlight - Elsea Weber has been an active member of the LHS Academic Team for 3 years, including achieving the group title of District Champions in her 2nd year, and later serving as co-captain during her senior year. Elsea has also been a member of several other clubs and activities at her school and has participated in many events in the community with school and as a Junior Member of the Luray Volunteer Rescue Squad. She became a registered Nationally Certified Emergency Medical Technician through classes at Page County Technical Center. After graduation, Elsea plans on attending the University of Virginia to major in biology and minor in psychology in order to go to medical school.
Page County Public Schools is now accepting registration for Kindergarten. There are several options for families. Option #1: Parent/Guardian may utilize the Google link (https://forms.gle/F2SKFQEj6W25dGsc8) to submit basic demographic information and schedule a phone interview to finalize the application. Option #2: Parent/Guardian may download, print, and complete the application (Go to pagek12.org/ Menu/ Documents/Kindergarten Registration Materials). Drop the completed registration form off at the Central Office (735 West Main Street Luray, VA 22835) or their home school. Option #3: Call their home school and complete the application over the phone with a staff member. Springfield Elementary School - 540-743-3750 Luray Elementary School - 540-743-4078 Stanley Elementary School - 540-778-2612 Shenandoah Elementary School - 540-652-8621 The student academic screening portion of the application process is tentatively scheduled to begin the week of June 22, 2020. During these appointments, all additional documentation will be completed and verified. The student school entrance health form must be completed prior to the student starting the 2020-21 school year. If you have any questions, please contact your child's home school at the numbers listed above. Please share.
LHS Senior Spotlight - Ali Morrison has been a member of National Honor Society, Interact, Makers Club, Student Council and spent years playing JV and Varsity volleyball. She also volunteers at Rileyville Baptist Church in the Nursery. She will graduate as a Governor's Scholar from LFCC, which gives her a year of college classes completed. She plans on attending the University of Lynchburg where she wants to get a degree in American/British Literature and then get her Masters to become a college professor. Attachments area
Page County Public Schools is now accepting applications for preschool. There are several options for families to apply. Option #1: Parent/Guardian may utilize the Google link (https://forms.gle/iyBJw32tN5kXVGFa8) to submit basic demographic information and schedule a phone interview to finalize the application. Option #2: Parent/Guardian may download, print, complete the application (To print: go to pagek12.org, click Menu/ then Documents/ then go to the Preschool folder). Drop the completed application off at Central Office (735 West Main Street Luray, VA, 22835) or their home school. Option #3: Call the Central Office at 540-743-6533 and complete the application over the phone with a staff member. As applications are received, Central Office staff will be scheduling individual appointments with parent/guardian, adhering to social distancing guidelines, to verify in-person proof of residency, student birth certificate, and income (pay stub, W-2, or current year's income tax information). During this in-person appointment, any needed additional documentation will be finalized and completed. The student academic screening portion of the application process is tentatively scheduled to begin the week of June 15, 2020. These times will be announced at a later date. The student school entrance health form must be completed prior to the student starting the 2020-21 school year. If you have any questions, please call (540)-743-6533 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please share.
Our final PACA challenge! Week four: Send us a photo or video capturing how you’re continuing to help your community! Mrs. Betcher planted a garden and picked up trash in her neighborhood. What will you do? Entries are due by April 30th! Please send entries to Mrs. Campbell at email@example.com or Mrs. Benson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations to the Week 3 PACA Staying Active and Healthy Challenge: Kylee Addison who submitted the following....“I’ve been staying active by going on walks, working on projects around the house, playing with my dog, pulling my brothers around on the lawn mower, and playing outside with my nephew.“
The NCAA Eligibility Center has partnered with the NCAA membership to make adjustments to the initial-eligibility certification process. Information regarding these adjustments can be found at https://www.vhsl.org/covid-19-news-release/
LHS Senior Spotlight - Myleeah Lawson participated in track and cheerleading while at LHS. She was also a member of FCCLA, GSA, and STAND. During her time at Luray High School, she completed the 2 year cosmetology program at the Page County Technical Center. Myleeah plans on attending attending LFCC for 2 years and pursue a degree in Business. She will also be working in the cosmetology field.
Congratulations to our Teacher of the Year for 2019-2020 - Sarah Getz!! She is genuine and caring in her relationships with past and present students; prepares fun, interactive, and engaging lessons for her students; maintains high expectations in the classroom, thus promoting a strong classroom management environment; volunteers as a coach for the girls basketball team; lifelong learner (volunteers to learn new strategies and tools); promotes student successes by showcasing their products through seminar. Thank you for all you do!
Congratulation to our LHS Support Staff of the Year for 2019-2020 - Daniel Evans!! He is dedicated and invested in our school community and students; shows up early and works late; maintains a positive attitude and friendly demeanor with everyone; shares knowledge and expertise (teaching a class and mentoring students). Thanks for all you do!
Senior Spotlight - Lukas Lang completed two years at the Page County Technical Center in the electricity program. He plans to purse an electrical apprenticeship with the future goal of becoming a master electrician. He played JV Baseball for 1 year for the Luray Bulldogs . Lukas' hobbies consist of fishing and hunting.
LHS Senior Spotlight - While attending Luray High School, Kylie Webb completed the CNA course at Page County Technical Center. Kylie was also a member of FCCLA for 3 years. Kylie plans to attend LFCC to further her education in nursing. She also plans to continue working as a CNA for Skyview Springs while working to get her LPN.
Attention Families: Beginning Friday, April 17, 2020, those families receiving meals will receive multiple days worth of meals during each delivery. Deliveries will now be made on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Friday deliveries will now also include meals for the weekend. Meals are for any child in Page County who is 18 and under, there are no financial qualifications. The child does NOT need to be enrolled in Page County Public Schools. It is not too late to sign up to request meals, call or text 540-860-0848, or complete the form on the PCPS website, pagek12.org COVID-19 page. Thank you.
We would like to send a shout out to our counseling department for the hours they have put in over the last 2 days to serve our seniors as they submitted scholarships and to ensure that items were ready to go for distribution. We are so grateful for Sherry Grogg-Mathews, Sarah Lam, and Ellen Lukasavage! Our counselors rock!
LHS Senior Spotlight - Trevor Hasse loved getting to spend his senior year at LHS! He participated in football—earning second-team All-District—and basketball. He was a co-leader of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes meetings this year. Trevor loves being a part of the worship team at his church, Mt. Carmel. He is planning to attend Bob Jones University in the fall to major in Business Management.
SAT Update: College Board has cancelled the May and June SAT administrations. They will potentially be offering SAT administrations every month through the end of the calendar year, beginning in August. This includes a new administration in September and the previously scheduled tests on August 29, October 3, November 7, and December 5. These dates are subject to change so please check the College Board website. Students will be able to register for these administrations beginning in May at collegeboard.org. Eligible students will be able to take the exam with a fee waiver. Students who were registered for June and those in the high school class of 2021 who don't have SAT scores will have early access to registration for the August, September, and October administrations.
Here is the link to register for the Positive Coach Alliance online class. https://positivecoach.org/course-sign-up?fbclid=IwAR1GGsQy_k5pv4t_7kuq1Lr4lQ6vnRNSfG-HD459xuWrgHHVt3OD7Ye2cw4
For Interested Student-Athletes Ages 12-18: Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) is a- national nonprofit that partners with schools and youth sport organizations across the country to help administrators enhance and maintain a positive, character-building culture for student-athletes. PCA has decided to offer our Athlete online course for FREE until April 30th. If any student-athletes are interested in taking the course, have their parents register them. Click here to learn more. (Please note that this course is intended for athletes from 12 - 18 years-old. As long as an athlete is registered by April 30th, they will have access to the course for 10 months.) Also, PCA has put together some resources for how to help athletes, coaches, parents, and administrators dealing with the impact of COVID-19 on our "Ask PCA" blog: - Dealing with Disappointment During Coronavirus Cancellations, Postponements - Coronavirus: A Real Teaching Moment for PCA Coaches - Leading Through Crisis: Concepts, Behaviors and What Youth Sports Leaders Can Learn from the NBA
Reminder that all local scholarships are due today, April 15th. You may either submit your scholarships by email to Mrs. Grogg-Mathews or Mrs. Lam or drop off at LHS from 9 - 12 or 1 - 4 on April 15th. Please include a list of the scholarships
LHS Senior Spotlight - Tayla Wright is a senior at both Luray High School and Massanutten Regional Governor’s School. She will be graduating with an Associate’s Degree from Lord Fairfax Community College which will coincide with her high school diploma. During her four years at Luray High School, Tayla has been an active member of Leadership Club, National Honor Society, French Club, Interact, Campaigners for Christ, and served as Luray High School’s FCCLA Chapter President for two years. Tayla plans to attend James Madison University in the fall to pursue a career in Justice Studies.
Week three: How are you staying active and healthy at home? Are you preparing new and healthy meals or enjoying time outdoors? Capture how you’re staying well! Entries are due by April 21st! Email entries to Mrs. Benson (email@example.com) or Mrs. Campbell (firstname.lastname@example.org). The winning entry for each week will be posted on the LHS Facebook page and mailed a $50 Walmart gift card!
Congratulations to Blake Dean, winner of the Week 2 PACA challenge! https://drive.google.com/open?id=11quYILuPOTEMDhZUmKvVujjZYyJKU15U
Attention Seniors and Senior Parents - We will be giving all seniors a 1/4 page ad in the LHS yearbook for school year 2019-2020. In order to be included, please submit 3 or 4 pictures (not cap and gown) to Steve Johnson (email@example.com). Along with these pictures, we are asking for parents to submit a quote, encouraging thoughts, etc. to your senior.
LHS Senior Spotlight - During his time at LHS, Michael was a member of Campaigners for Christ Club for 3 years, Spanish Club for 4 years, National Honors Society for one year, and was an inaugural member of the Spanish Honors Society. Michael represented his school by joining the LHS Golf Team for 2 years. He also was our first senior who competed on the LHS Debate Team. During the Debate Team season, Michael placed 4th in the Region for the Virginia High School League and placed 2nd in the Virginia Catholic Forensics League State Finals. Michael will be attending Liberty University in pursuit of a Law and Policy Major. He also plans to join the Liberty University Debate Team and hopes to represent Liberty by joining the Shotgun Team.
LHS Senior Spotlight - Erin Sours says she is on a mission to spread happiness, respect others and help others whenever a helping hand is needed! She has been involved in the following: TRI-M, National Honors Society, Spanish Club (also Vice President), Colorguard Captain, LHS Aspire Winterguard, Choir, Campaigners for Christ and Percussion. Erin plans to continue her education and go into the medical field and work as a Trauma Nurse.
Attention Current 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th Graders: Please remember to complete your course selections for the 2020-2021 school year by May 1st. You may do this by completing the Google form that was emailed to you or you may return the paper course selection sheet that is included with your report card. Paper course selection sheets can be mailed to: LHS, 243 Bulldog Drive, Luray, VA 22835. Please email Mrs. Lam or Mrs. Grogg-Mathews with any questions. We are also monitoring our voicemail messages.
ATTENTION SENIORS: This is a reminder that all local scholarships are due April 15th. You may either submit your scholarships by email to Mrs. Grogg-Mathews or Mrs. Lam or drop off at LHS from 9 - 12 or 1 - 4 on April 15th. Please include a list of the scholarships you are applying for as well as copies of all required documents. If you have any questions, please let us know as soon as possible.
Below is the information for tonight's School Board meeting for those who would like to join remotely: Topic: PCPS School Board Mtg 4-13-20 Time: Apr 13, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78846920474?pwd=YXZPM0hBaGlaQjlpc0VBMUJtUjBsZz09 Meeting ID: 788 4692 0474 Password: 4QajWX Please share.
Karisa Goff has completed her academics at Luray High School. She has volunteered as a makeup artist and actor at Darkwood Manor for the last three years. She has also participated in several films produced by a local company, V2 Pictures, both behind the camera doing Special Effects Makeup and on screen as an actress. She has been accepted to and plans to attend Tom Savini’s Special Effects Makeup Program at the Douglas Education Center in Pennsylvania this fall.
LHS Senior Spotlight - Kayla Corwin was on the academic team for 3 years. She remembers going to regions for 2 of those years and winning districts during one of those years! In the fall, Kayla plans on attending Lord Fairfax Community College to pursue a degree in education and then transfer to James Madison University where she will pursue a degree in psychology and school counseling. She wants to be a guidance counselor one day!
Tyler Gamble plans on attending JMU in the fall to get a degree in Computer Information Systems and plans on joining the color guard team. He was part of the high school color guard for three years. He participated in the following clubs: GSA, NHS, SCA, Campaigners For Christ, Book Club. Tyler also loved being part of the yearbook class.
This is a reminder that TODAY is the final day for scheduled pick-ups of student belongings. All schools are open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. for you to do a drive-up style pickup. If you have not had the opportunity to get your child's belongings, we ask that you make every effort to get them today, as going forward special arrangements would have to be made with each school. Please share.
Week two: TikTok challenge! Show us your best brand new TikTok moves! Remember, social distancing applies! Entries due by April 14th! Each week in April PACA and Leadership Club will post a new contest. Participate by creatively capturing your participation in either a video or photo. Email entries to Mrs. Benson (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mrs. Campbell (email@example.com). The winning entry for each week will be posted on the LHS Facebook page and mailed a $50 gift card!
Congratulations to Tyler Gamble, our week one winner! Tyler will receive a $50 gift card of his choice that PACA will mail to him! See Tyler’s winning video below! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1AkkRviE3DUCUOYKbiMxJDXWAs4nf-3Qh/view?usp=sharing
LHS Senior Spotlight - Carlie Tharpe plans to attend Blue Ridge Community college to obtain her Associate's degree and then further her education in the Veterinarian Technician program. While at LHS she was a member in the following : Makers club, National Honors Society, FCCLA, Campaigners for Christ, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Carlie also played basketball for 2 years, soccer for 2 years, ran track and cross country for 3 years.
Congratulations to the Brynlee Burill and Emilee Weakley of Luray High School for being selected to VHSL 1st Team All-State BasketballTeam. This information was released in a press release today by the VHSL. Eight (8) players are chosen for the first-team and eight players are selected for the second-team regardless of position. Only those players selected to all-region first-teams are eligible for selection to the All-State team.
LHS Senior Spotlight - Devon Embry attended Luray High School, Massanutten Regional Governors School, and LFCC. His activities have included golf, Technological Student Association, and Boy Scouts. Devon has been accepted at James Madison University and plans to pursue a dual major in Integrated Science and Technology and Engineering with a minor in Robotics. He hopes to find a job working for NASA, DARPA, or working with robotic prosthetics.
Just a reminder that the New Market Eagles Scholarship is due on Thurs., April 9th by 3:30. You can drop it off at school any day this week after 9:00 am. All other local scholarships are due on April 15th either electronically or drop off to us from 9 am - 12 or 1-4 pm
This is a reminder that TODAY begins the week of pick-ups of personal belongings and the return of any school issued materials, text books, library books, etc. Please refer to the times below for your designated day and times. Monday, April 6, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Students last names of A-H) Tuesday, April 7, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Students with last name I-Q) Wednesday, April 8, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Students with the last names R-Z) Thursday, April 9, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (If you are unable to attend during your assigned day). Please share.
LHS Senior Spotlight - Morgan Strassner will be attending the University of Virginia in the fall to study Biology in order to go to medical or veterinary school. She also plans to minor in Spanish to be a translator. She plans to enroll in the Disney College Program Internship in the fall of 2021. Morgan has participated in several clubs and activities, such as serving as captain and 3 time region champion for the LHS Forensics Team, President of Spanish Club and Spanish Honor Society, and others. Morgan plans to continue her performing skills on UVA’s Speech and Debate Team.
LHS Senior Spotlight - While at Luray High School, Olivia Grieve participated in the following - competition cheerleading for 4 years, sideline football cheer for 4 years, and basketball sideline cheer for 3 years. She has been a member of the National Honors Society and was Vice President this year. In addition, she was a member of the Discovery Club and Makers Club. Olivia will be attending Virginia Commonwealth University in the Fall and plans to pursue a career in Interior Design.
Chloe Hilliard plans to attend Longwood University or James Madison University to major in psychology. In her four years at LHS she was a chapter officer for FCCLA and an active member in Campaigners for Christ, National Honors Society, Spanish Honors Society, and Leadership Club. She was also involved in filming for Boys Basketball (2 years) and Football (1 year). Additionally, Chloe kept the stats for Baseball (1 year).
LHS Senior Spotlight - Madison Kibler conducted her academics at Luray High School and the Page County Technical Center. While at the Page County Technical Center she was involved in the nursing program for a year and cosmetology for two years. She plans on becoming a cosmetologist after graduation.
LHS Senior Spotlight - McKenzee Alger has been a member of the following over her 4 years at LHS - National Honor Society, Maker’s Club, FCCLA, Campaigners For Christ, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She has also participated in Girls Varsity Basketball and Soccer. In the fall, McKenzee plans to attend Lord Fairfax Community College and earn an associates degree in Education. After that she plans to transfer to a four year university to receive a bachelors degree in Education in hopes of teaching K-2nd.
The Page County Technical Center's School of Practical Nursing is extending it's admission deadline due to current events. For those who have already applied or expressed interest, the pre-admission TEAS test dates have been updated due to the governor's latest executive order. The practical nursing program is open to all high school seniors and adult students! Please email Ms. Erika Rucker, director of the program, at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested or if you have questions."
LHS Senior Spotlight - Lexi Chappell is a member of National Honor Society, FCCLA, FCA, and Varsity Cheer. She is an officer of FCCLA and has been a member of the cheer program since eighth grade. She stated that she feels blessed that she will be an alumni of Luray High. In the fall Lexi plans on attending Lord Fairfax Community College to get her associates degree. She then plans to transfer to James Madison University where she intends to major in Pediatric Nursing.
LHS Senior Spotglight - Olivia Turner has participated in Cross Country for 6 years, Indoor/Winter Track for 3 years, and Spring Track for 5 years. She is also a member of National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, Maker’s Club, and Book Club. Olivia plans on attending James Madison University and studying to become a nurse.
LHS will have a yearbook for the 2019-2020 school year. It will not be published until the fall of the 2020 - 2021 school year. During this time, please send pictures of your student to Steve Johnson (email@example.com) of activities they are doing during their time at home so we can document this time in our history.
A Message Regarding Pre-K and Kindergarten Registration: Page County Public Schools is currently exploring an online registration process for Preschool applications and Kindergarten registration. As soon as this program goes live, a link will be shared. Thank you for your patience as we work to develop ways to social distance and avoid in-person gatherings. Please share.
LHS Senior Spotlight - Hailey Thomas played volleyball for 3 years, softball for 4 years, and forensics for 2 years. She is a member of National Honors Society, Spanish Honors Society, Leadership Club, and Spanish Club. She plans to attend James Madison University in the Fall and pursue a career in criminal justice or health sciences
Seniors, Senior spotlights began to be posted today. If you have not already done so and want to be included, please email Mrs. Clark (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a picture and writeup of your future plans and high school activities.
LHS Senior Spotlight - Katie Marston is a senior at Luray High School as well as Massanutten Regional Governor’s School. She is a member of National Honors Society, Leadership Club, Girls Varsity Basketball, and Tri-M Music Honors Society. Most important to her is that she serves her peers as the Senior class president. In the fall she plans to attend the University of Virginia where she is excited to study either Environmental Science & Global Sustainability or Speech Communication Disorders.
Notice to the Public: At this time, all Page County Public Schools school buildings and facilities are closed for usage to the outside public, organizations, clubs, sports, etc. through Wednesday, June 10, 2020. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. Please share.
Seniors check your emails regarding scholarships and for future updates regarding senior items. 9th - 11th grade students please check your emails for scheduling information for the 2020-2021 school year.
PCPS Families: An abundance of information has been shared today in regards to grades, classes, pickups, seniors, and dual enrolled courses. If you have not already read these correspondences, please visit pagek12.org (COVID-19 button at the top) or visit our Page County Public Schools Facebook page for all the latest updates. Thank you and stay safe and healthy. Please share.
LHS students: Show us how you are staying active, healthy, and creative during your time at home and earn gift cards! PACA is partnering with LHS Leadership Club sponsors to reward your healthy choices! Each week for the month of April we will post a new contest. Participate by creatively capturing your participation in either a video or photo. Email entries to Mrs. Benson (email@example.com) or Mrs. Campbell (firstname.lastname@example.org). The winning entry for each week will be posted on the LHS Facebook page and mailed a $50 gift card! Week one: Show us your creativity! Send us a photo or video of you being creative at home! Entries must be received by April 7th!
Page County Public Schools Community: First, we would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your patience and understanding during these uncertain times. We understand that there are many questions regarding our plans moving forward. We assure you that we are working tirelessly to find a plan that works for everyone. We ask that you allow us the time to absorb the information that was announced by the Governor yesterday, as well as what came from the school board meeting last night. We have a conference call first thing this morning and then meetings following to plan for future steps. As soon as we have a plan ready, we will release the information to the public. Once again, we know there are questions, and we will do everything possible to address them all. Thank you for your support. Please share.
If you are interested in viewing the regular meeting of the Page County School Board scheduled for Monday, March 30, 2020, at 6;30 p.m., please use the link below. This meeting will adhere to the Governor's order of 10 or fewer individuals in attendance. The meeting agenda is attached. Join Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/910075721 Meeting ID: 910 075 721
This is a message from Page County Public Schools: Following Governor Northam's stay at home order, Page County Public Schools has CANCELED all instructional packet pickup and retrieval of student belongings UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. Students wishing to retrieve personal medication should contact the school to schedule a time to do so. Thank you for your understanding. Please share.
Important Information Regarding Driver's Ed -Behind the Wheel: Because it is impossible to maintain safe social distancing recommendations in vehicles, Page County Public Schools will not be providing behind-the-wheel instruction until safe social distancing recommendations are amended or lifted. Please contact your high school in order to receive a refund if you had previously paid for this service. Thank you and please share.
Update/Correction Quarter 3 report cards will be mailed home on Tuesday, April 14, 2020. Quarter 3 grades will be determined from student work completed through Friday, March 13, 2020. Thank you and please share.
Seniors please check your school email regarding scholarship information.
Important Message: Please be sure to check our Covid-19 page daily at pagek12.org for updates, information, and additional resources available for students, staff, and families. Please share.
For those families who may still want to get internet at an affordable price, Comcast is offering a special deal during this time. Check out the link for qualifications for the service. https://www.internetessentials.com/covid19
Message Regarding Review Assignments for Students With Online Access: For those students with online access the materials for review are now available. You can find the link on our main PCPS web page at pagek12.org and go to the Covid-19 page (click on Review Materials for Students With Online Access) select your school, and then teachers/grades etc. The link is also listed below for your access. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1__joGR1_awGIxCVTRYqyzv7NJTqaZyagcnoyjUqJEDc/edit?fbclid=IwAR3dAcp28n1Z0BZsG9ObekjIl_SHYdeRDkva4qMG2r6at8ovPcVEBX8QhxY
Quarter 3 report cards will be mailed home on Tuesday, April 7, 2020. Quarter 3 grades will be determined from student work completed through Friday, March 13, 2020. Information regarding Quarter 4 grades, and end of the year report cards, will be coming soon. Please share.
Announcement regarding buildings and facility usage: At this time,all Page County Public Schools school buildings and facilities are closed through Thursday, April 30, 2020. We will reevaluate outside requests for facility use for the remainder of the school year at a later date.
Important Message Regarding Testing: SOL tests are expected to be canceled this year. The Virginia Department of Education is preparing an application for the testing waiver from the U.S. Department of Education. Please share.
PCPS Facebook Family: Please be sure to check on our webpage (pagek12.org) and/or Facebook pages (Don't depend on the algorithms of Facebook).An abundance of necessary information is being posted as decisions are made. Stay up to date about the coming weeks.Please share and stay safe.
IMPORTANT MESSAGE REGARDING THOSE STUDENTS CURRENTLY ENROLLED IN ADVANCED PLACEMENT CLASSES: Advanced Placement (AP) exams will still take place, but with a lot of changes. Students - here's what you need to know: Shorter: Exams will be only 45 minutes long (vs. 3 hours normally) No multiple choice! The exam will be entirely comprised of free response questions (FRQs). Limited Content: Exams will NOT include any content typically covered after early March. Online: Exams can be taken online and will not be face-to-face. 2 exam dates: One in May one later (TBD). Students can decide if they want to test while the material is fresh or wait to give themselves extra study time. College Credit Intact: Colleges are on board with this exam approach, and there's precedent for them accepting shorter exams in emergencies. Please share.
Announcement for students who have school-issued library books: (All Grades) Students are asked to return school-issued library books on March 31 or April 1, 2020. Schools will be open for drop-off of these items from 8:00 - 11:00 a.m. and from 4:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Attention Seniors - if you ordered cap and gowns and annoucements from Jostens, they will be doing a "drive-thru" service on Friday, March 27th from 1 pm to 3 pm at LHS.
The Stanley Stingrays Swim Team will continue to hold registration ONLINE next Tuesday, March 31, 2020, from 5-8 p.m. Open to the towns of Rileyville, Luray, Shenandoah, and Stanley, ages 4-18. There is a 90 swimmer capacity. First come, first serve.To find the registration link, please visit the team's Facebook page @Stanley Stingrays Swim Team or email StanleyStingrays@gmail.com
Please review the attached link to obtain an update regarding learning continuity. https://drive.google.com/file/d/16pDgRhSkr259GhZd0mfiHc6itDIjmqfe/view?usp=sharing
Following Governor Northam's school closing announcement, Page County Public Schools has developed the following schedule to provide opportunities for students to make academic progress and continue to learn and grow. April 2-15, 2020 - Students will complete instructional activities that assist in continued thinking, learning, and inquiry. Students may access these materials online or pick-up these items at their school on March 31 or April 1, 2020 (8:00 - 11:00 a.m. / 4:00 - 7:00 p.m.) Online materials may be accessed using the link below or via a student's Google Classroom account. Please share. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1__joGR1_awGIxCVTRYqyzv7NJTqaZyagcnoyjUqJEDc/edit (click the link or copy and paste into your browser).
The VDOE has created the COVID-19: A Parent Guide for School-Aged Children to serve as a resource for parents, families and caregivers on a variety of topics related to COVID-19 and their students. Continue to visit the VDOE website for additional updates and guidance on COVID-19. http://www.doe.virginia.gov/support/health_medical/office/covid-19-parent-guide.shtml http://www.doe.virginia.gov/support/health_medical/office/covid-19.shtml
The School Board meeting for Monday, March 30, 2020, will be held at Luray High School.Closed Session will be at 5:30 and the regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. Please share.
To the class of 2020: We never thought your senior year would end this way, and for that we are truly sorry. Our hearts go out to you during this time, and we regret that your senior memories have been cut short. While we do not know the fate of proms or graduation ceremonies yet, we are happy to say, that seniors that were set to graduate in the spring, the state will be waiving some of the requirements necessary, therefore allowing your graduating to proceed. Your high schools will be in touch with you soon to provide more information and answer any questions you may have. We are proud of all of your hard work and accomplishments!
Good evening Page County Public Schools Community: This is information is regarding distribution and pick-up/Dates: On 3/31 and 4/1 from 8-11 a.m. and 4-7 p.m staff will be available at each school. At this time you will pick up review packets, student belongings, etc. in the following fashion. For elementary students, it will be drive-through style with staff bringing out student belongings and work packets. For secondary students, you will be allowed in to clean out lockers and receive work. (No more than 10 people are allowed in at a time) This work will be distributed by either online access or if internet/device is an issue, paper packets will be provided. For those unable to pick up the packets and belongings, please contact your school. For the next two weeks, students will complete the work that is provided during this time. To pick up medications, you will need to go to the nurses office one at a time. Thank you and please share.
Per Governor Northam’s announcement today, all schools will remain CLOSED for the remainder of this school year. Within the next 24 hours, all school divisions will be given guidance from the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) pertaining to graduation credits, continuity of learning with a focus on equity and other matters. Meals will continue to be provided to students. We know you will have many questions and we ask for your patience and understanding while we work on the details in collaboration with our federal and state agencies. We will have more to share with our stakeholders later this week, and we will continue to communicate the next steps and plans as they evolve throughout the upcoming weeks and months as we navigate these uncharted waters together. Please stay safe, and please share. Thank you.
Update from the superintendent's office: PCPS has been working in consultation with various agencies regarding school closures due to COVID-19. While we are awaiting official guidance from local and state agencies, we would encourage families to plan for the likely event of an extended school closure beyond the original March 27th date. While we do not have an official announcement just yet, we want our PCPS families to be prepared for this strong possibility, as an official decision is likely to be made sometime next week. When, and if, that happens, more communication regarding our instructional plans will be forthcoming. There is no academic emergency right now, so do not feel pressured to begin teaching your students at home; however, if you want things for your children to do, we have lots of resources listed on our website, pagek12.org (click on the Covid-19 button). Right now, students only need to be enjoying the safety of their homes and an extended spring break.
Who let the dogs out.....our mascot decided to have some fun. https://drive.google.com/a/pagecounty.k12.va.us/file/d/1kK8e63c0hjGcvMtfnc3vjv_PU6hsmMhw/view?usp=drivesdk
Each day our numbers continue to grow in our meal deliveries for children. Almost 600 meals were delivered on the first day. On the second day, 737 were delivered, and we have orders for almost 800 meals today. None of this would be possible without the help of our volunteers who are helping to serve our community. Thank you for all you do! If you, or someone you know is need of meals, please visit https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdGd70TkPEXF5N-0nnbhVPFKYDDSc-Zd3UhvZCRJMKMD7WsJg/viewform Please share.
We miss our Bulldog family! https://drive.google.com/a/pagecounty.k12.va.us/file/d/1d21RD9T3vGcf9Ik-xQncvnYfpDawfO9u/view?usp=drivesdk
Check out new links added to Covid -19 Page on pagek12.org. Suggestions for lots of engaging things to do while you are at home. Just recently added We Are Teachers-- 40 More Things to Do During Covid-19. Other great links, Scholastic Learn At Home, ABC Mouse, 30+ Virtual Field Trips. Enjoy, and please share.
Families, the high school graduation commencement ceremonies scheduled for the Class of 2020 on Saturday, May 30, 2020, have NOT been postponed or canceled at this time. Please share.
Remember: Check out pagek12.org and click on the COVID-19 button at the Top. Resources for parents and students are being added many times throughout each day to help keep students active and engaged while at home.Please share.
It's time for a most-deserved Shout Out. This morning Page County Public Schools was able to send out over 600 meals to children in our community. This could not have been done without Nutritional Services, Jennie Jeffries, as well as the many PCPS volunteers, cafeteria employees, drivers, administrators, and the list goes on! With less that 48 hours to organize and prepare, we are doing what we do best, providing for our children. Thank you for all you do! Please share.
In an effort to determine the level of access students have to devices and internet at home, please complete the survey. Please be sure to fill out ONE SURVEY RESPONSE PER STUDENT. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScnjMEeQ4ieQv7KuFswsucKZhWjdmoNgrBHl7ChUA66q5prbg/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1
ATTENTION SENIORS - This is a great time to work on your local scholarships! See the link for all of the information you need including the scholarship spreadsheet, instructions on how to complete scholarships, the common scholarship application, etc. Please email Mrs. Grogg-Mathews or Mrs. Lam if you have questions. Deadline for local scholarships is April 15th. https://sites.google.com/a/pagecounty.k12.va.us/luray-high-school-guidance-office/home/local-scholarships
We now have a Web Page designated for Covid-19 Information, Resources for Families, Instructional Resources, and Correspondence to keep our community updated. You can access this page by clicking the link below or by going to pagek12.org and clicking the COVID-19 button at the top. We are constantly looking for the best ways to keep our families informed. https://www.pagecounty.k12.va.us/o/pcps/page/pcps-covid-19-info Please share.
View the link below to see our students' artwork that was to be shown at the Art Show! Unfortunately, this event had to be canceled. Thank you Kayla Koslow for showcasing their hard work! https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10100336785277297&id=89600315
Tomorrow, meal deliveries are scheduled to leave PCHS and LHS at 9 a.m. However, because there are 13 routes we are unable to give exact delivery times to all locations. We appreciate your patience. Also, please keep in mind, any meal requests made AFTER 7 p.m. tonight will not begin until Wednesday. Please share. Thank you.
The school board meeting scheduled for March 30, 2020 has been Cancelled. Please share.
National Honor Society application deadline has been extended to Friday, April 3rd.
Preschool applications will begin being accepted for the 2020-21 Virginia Preschool Initiative on Thursday, April 30, 2020 (10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. at Stanley Elementary School) and Friday, May 1, 2020 (10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. at Central Office). Kindergarten Registration has been rescheduled for Tuesday, April 28, 2020 (10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.) at all 4 elementary schools. Please share.
Families, feel free to visit the online resources or participate in the activities suggested below if you are looking for something for your child to do while at home during the next 2 weeks (March 16 - 29, 2020). We will continue to add to this list in the coming days. Write a letter and send to someone in a nursing home Read a book Khan Academy https://www.khanacademy.org/ Project Explorer https://www.projectexplorer.org/ Delta Math https://deltamath.com/ TedTalks Math Prodigy https://www.prodigygame.com/ Brain Pop https://www.brainpop.com/ PE Challenge - post a video of something active that you are doing IXL https://www.ixl.com/ Lexia (Elementary students) https://www.lexialearning.com/ Please share.
In an effort to continue feeding breakfast and lunch meals to all children, Page County Public Schools will be providing delivered meals to homes. All children 18 and under qualify for a free delivered meal - children do not need to be enrolled in Page County Public Schools. Children must be present at the time of delivery. Delivery times will be announced. Deliveries will begin this Tuesday and will take place Mondays through Fridays. Please go to our webpage and click the link to request a meal. Or you can text or call 540-860-0848 to leave a message with the address for delivery, number of children at the residence, and any food allergies. We are an equal opportunity provider.
In an effort to continue feeding breakfast and lunch meals to all children, Page County Public Schools will be providing delivered meals to homes. All children 18 and under qualify for a free delivered meal - children do not need to be enrolled in Page County Public Schools. Children must be present at the time of delivery. Delivery times will be announced. Deliveries will begin this Tuesday and will take place Mondays through Fridays. Please go to our webpage and click the link to request a meal (FREE MEALS FOR STUDENTS) Or you can text or call 540-860-0848 to leave a message with the address for delivery, number of children at the residence, and any food allergies. We are an equal opportunity provider.
If you haven't downloaded our App, now would be a good time to do it. Make sure you aren't missing out on any important information from PCPS. It's free for Apple and Android. Just search Page County Public Schools. Once you've downloaded it, go to settings-turn on notifications- select PCPS and any other schools/programs you want to receive information about, and that's it!
Notice to parents of students attending Page County Public Schools today- Students riding buses home this afternoon will arrive earlier than their usual drop off time due to low attendance. Please make plans to have an adult available to receive your child at the bus stop 15 to 25 minutes earlier than usual. Thank you, please share. PLEASE SHARE
In response to the many questions regarding extracurricular activities in schools, all have now been cancelled beginning this afternoon through Sunday, March 15th.This includes practices,plays,the art show, etc. Please watch for continual updates on the future plans of PCPS.
Mrs. Bauserman's French 3 is reading "The Little Prince" by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. The story is about a young boy traveling the universe to gain wisdom. Students were required to create an "8th planet" for the prince to visit while on his journey. They were required to make a 3D model as well as write a short story in the style of the book. Students read their short stories to the class and presented their models. They are on display in the LHS library.
Page County Public Schools is continually monitoring the developments of the Coronavirus as we are in communications with both our local and state health departments, as well as the state department of education and our surrounding divisions. We will now be using Monday as a workday for our staff to make further preparations - students WILL NOT report. As for tomorrow, Friday, March 13th, you as the parent/guardian may decide to keep your child home if you prefer and we will excuse the absence. We will continue to monitor the situation and make adjustments as needed.
Final score Luray 54 Gate City 64. You're still champions to us !! Congratulations on an incredible season!
End of the 3rd Quarter Luray 32 Gate City 46
Half time Luray 26 Gate City 30
End of 1st Quarter Luray 18 Gate City 18 !!!
With the girl's win last night,we have decided that in order for Page County to best show our support, that ALL schools will be CLOSED tomorrow, Thursday, March 12, 2020. We encourage everyone to make the trip to Richmond to show the girls support and put Page County on the map!!
The pep buses are now full. We will depart at 8:30 am. Please arrive to school on time (8:14 am). We do not have an anticipated return time. Students will text their parents/guardians once we have a time.
A huge Congratulations to the Lady Bulldogs on their State Semifinals victory last night against the Strasburg Rams, with a score of 52 to 36. Also, what an amazing crowd, with over 1000 tickets sold and over 500 viewers online, the support was amazing! The girls will play tomorrow, Thursday, March 12, 2020, at 12:30 p.m. at the VCU's Siegel Center in Richmond. Go Dogs!!!
LHS will be taking pep buses for LHS students to the game at VCU on Thursday. Buses will depart at approximately 8:30 am. Students should still report to school on time. To reserve a seat for the bus bring $5 and a signed note from a parent giving you approval to school tomorrow.
Final score Luray 52 Strasburg 36!!! We are headed to Richmond!!!!
End of 3rd Luray 39 Strasburg 27
At the half Luray 29 Strasburg 20
End of the 1st quarter Luray 18 Strasburg 18
1 hour to game time-- the house is packed ...are you here??!! Don't forget, for those not able to make it, we will be Live on Facebook at 6:25 pm.
It's game day!!! This is a reminder that gates will open at 5:15 p.m. There will be a shuttle from PCMS up to PCHS for those who need a ride. The shuttle will begin at 5 p.m. If you are unable to attend, remember we are Live Streaming to the Page County Public Schools Facebook page, beginning at 6:25 p.m. We hope you will join us in wishing the girls good luck! GO DOGS!
The Luray vs. Strasburg game will be Live streamed on Facebook Live tomorrow night for those who are unable to attend. You can watch this live stream on the Page County Public Schools Facebook Page beginning at 6:25 p.m. Join us, and cheer on the Lady Bulldogs!
Students took 6 VR (Virtual Reality) trips to Greece starting with a satellite voyage throughout the Acropolis in which students were dropped down into a hole in the ground created by a thunderbolt thrown by Zeus and rose back up. Next they took a walking tour of the current Acropolis to view the Parthenon, Erechtheum, and the Temple of Nike Athena up close. From there students journeyed the Dionysos (god of wine and wealth) Amphitheatre which is the birthplace of Greek drama. The Oracle Ruins at Delphi and Panathenaic Stadium (multi-purpose stadium entirely made of white marble that hosted the first modern Olympic games in 1896 and then used again for 2004 Summer Olympics) in Athens came next. Finally, students stood atop Mount Olympus high above the clouds.
ATTN fans headed to the girls basketball State Semi Final game on Tuesday night. All online tickets are SOLD OUT!. Gates open at 5:15p.m. and SOME tickets will be sold at the door. If you plan to attend and don’t have a ticket you need to be in line very early! Please share.
The LHS Girls will play Tuesday night at 6:30 p.m. in the state semi finals against Strasburg AT Page County High School. Tickets for this event are limited and must be purchased ahead of time to guarantee entrance. More details and link are on the PCPS Facebook page.
Congratulations to the LHS Forensics team on winning Super Regions! More details to follow on specific categories.
Final Score Luray 58 Poquoson 31. Luray wins in Quarterfinals. Stay tuned for details of State Semi Final game this coming week!
End of the 3rd quarter Luray 52 Poquoson 21
At the half Luray 33 Poquoson 17
End of the 1st quarter Luray 18 Poquoson 7
Calling ALL of Page County!! Come out Tomorrow Night to support the Luray Girls as they represent Page County Public Schools in the State Quarterfinals. The girls play Poquoson High @ Page County High School. Game's at 6:30 p.m. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. Cost: $10 per person.
Congratulations to the following Page County High School Basketball players on earning Region 2B All District Recognition! 1st team All Region- Boys: Senior, Chase Combs Girls: Sophomore, Leah Hilliard 2nd Team All Region Boys: Senior, Trevor Williams
Congratulations Joe Lucas on being named Region 2B Girls Basketball Championship Team Coach of 2019-2020!
Congratulations to Brynlee Burrill and Emilee Weakley for being named 1st team all region! Also congratulations Emilee on being named the Region 2B player of the year!
To clear up any confusion regarding the game this Friday night between Luray and Poquoson, according to the VHSL executive committee, Region Champions may host in their home region AREA, but not in their school.Therefore, the decision was made to hold the game at PCHS @ 6:30p.m.
LHS varsity girls basketball will play Poquoson High School on Friday, March 6th at 6:30 pm at Page County High School in state quarterfinals.
Varsity girls final score Luray 59 Strasburg 58
Varsity girls basketball score at the end of the 3rd quarter: Luray 36 Strasburg 41
Varsity girls basketball score at the half: Luray 18 Strasburg 28
Varsity girls basketball score at the end of the 1st quarter: Luray 10 Strasburg 10
Congratulations to Lucy Buracker for finishing 2nd in the state in the 500 with a 1:23! Great job to all of those who represented LHS in the Winter State Track Meet.
Mrs. Alger's 10th grade English Honors classes had a short story competition as a closing activity to a unit. Everyone did a wonderful job! The following were voted as the most well rounded stories - Olivia Carrico with "The Time Traveling Cellphone", Eris Parlett with "The Best of Me", and Joy Downing, with "Reaper's Rose". Overall winner was Joy Downing!
TONIGHT the Page County Varsity Boys will travel to East Rock, once again, to battle it out in the Regional Semi Finals game. Good luck Panthers! Game starts at 6:30 p.m. The cost is $7. We hope to see you there! Please share.
Final Score at the buzzer Luray 36 Page 35
Emd of the 3red Quarter Luray 20 Page 21
Halftime Luray 12 Page 13
End of the 1st Quarter Luray 6 Page 6
State Superintendent Invites Schools to Participate in 2020 Census in Schools Week. A flyer regarding this information will also be sent home with students. Please be on the look out. https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/VADOE/bulletins/27e0146
TONIGHT The Luray Girls will host the Page County High School Girls in the Region 2B Semi Finals Game. Game begins at 6:30 p.m. at Luray High School. The Cost is $7. Come out and support our girls! Please share.
THURSDAY night continues with Region 2B Semi-finals basketball excitement. Luray Girls will host Page County @6:30 p.m at LHS. On Friday night, Page County Boys will travel to East Rock to also play in the Region 2B Semi-Finals. Cost is $7. Please come out and support our teams!
Remember: Download our App! Scores from playoff games are being pushed out. If you have the App--go to settings-turn on notifications-select the schools you would like to receive info about. We suggest you select Page County Public Schools, and then then other schools.
Late Bus Notice to parents in the Luray Area- Bus 63 will be at least 30 minutes late this morning. PLEASE SHARE
What an exciting night-- ALL THREE teams WIN! PAGE Boys defeat Staunton, Page Girls beat Madison, and Luray Girls beat Clarke. ALL THREE advance to Regional Semi Finals. Watch tomorrow for updates of upcoming game details!
Varsity girls basketball final score Luray 60 Clarke 50
Varsity girls basketball score at the half Luray 34 Clarke 19
Ms. Rines' Equine Management Class has been studying various breeds of light horses, draft horses, ponies, and donkeys. Students practiced their communication skills by requesting information about the breeds from the associations of their choice. If students receive mail back, the class participates in mail readings and shares the resources and information they have received.The class has received everything from brochures, posters, and stickers.
Another exciting week in basketball begins TONIGHT in the Regional 2B Quarterfinals. Luray Girls will host Clarke County at 6:30 p.m. Page Boys will host Staunton at 6:30 p.m. and Page Girls will travel to Madison at 7 p.m. Cost for Regional Games is $7. Good Luck to all!
Final Score Varsity East Rock 96 Page Co 64
End of 3 East Rock 70 Page Co. 48
Halftime scores East Rock 48 Page Co. 38
End of the 1st quarter -Varsity East Rock 19 Page Co 16
Final Score JV Strasburg 49 Page Co 38
Strasburg 33- Page Co 29 End of 3rd
JV score at the half Strasburg 24 Page 13
Congratulations to all of our athletes who competed in the regional meet this past Tuesday and Wednesday! The girls’ team placed 3rd! The following athletes will represent LHS at the state meet next week: Mariah Boston, Hannah Campbell, Lucy Buracker, Leah Peralta, and Lele Warrick! Lucy Buracker was also the 300m and 500m Region 2B Champion!
This video was created by the GSA Club to promote kindness, uniqueness, and acceptance at LHS! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1M8fpDcvNz3BqDOUC4QSqH_zJTLdhkPbT/view?usp=sharing
It was something you had to see with your own eyes! After the JV Page vs.Luray game, students from Page County crossed the gym, joining Luray students,to cheer them on in solidarity to a victory against Strasburg.Check out Facebook for pics. I warned them all I had proof LOL :)
TONIGHT is night #2 of exciting basketball.The Page County JV Boys Bball team plays Strasburg @ 6p.m. and Page County Varsity Boys will take on East Rock @ 7:30 p.m.,both playing for the Bull Run District Championship. Support your Panthers tonight,and cheer them on to victory!
We appreciate all the fan support from the community! A special shout out to the PCHS students and fan base for their support during the varsity game.
LHS sends another shout out to our JV girls basketball team for winning their district tournament championship game against Page in overtime!
And your Bull Run District Champions are THE LURAY BULLDOGS Final Score Luray 48 Strasburg 44
Halftime Score Luray 24 Strasburg 9 Go DOGS!!!
End of 1st Quarter Luray 10 Strasburg 9
Final score Bull Run District Champions for JV Girls Basketball Luray 32 Page 27 Great game to all the players and coaches.
JV GAME GIES TO OT.. tied at 27
End of 3rd Quarter Page 19 Luray 16
Halftime JV Championship Page Co. 11 Luray 8
End of 1st Page Co. 4 Luray 3
Tonight is night #1 of big excitement. Come out TONIGHT to Luray High School beginning at 6 p.m. and see the JV Girls of Page and Luray battle is out for the championship, to be followed by Luray Varsity Girls vs Strasburg for the District Title. Cost is $5. Please share.
Congratulations Katie Elliott on qualifying for States for the Forensics and Debate Team in Poetry & Prose!
Upcoming games:Thursday @ LHS. Luray JV Girls vs Page County for the Championship @6 p.m. and Luray Varsity Girls play Strasburg for the Bull Run District Championship @7:30 p.m.Whether you're a Bulldog or Panther fan,come support our teams TOMORROW night. Cost $5.Please Share.
A huge week in basketball for both Page and Luray.Last night the Luray Varsity Girls defeated Madison County (45-30),Page County Varsity Boys pummeled Rappahannock(87-47), unfortunately Page County Girls fell in a heartbreaker to Strasburg(42-40).Details coming for next games.
Varsity girls basketball final score: Luray 45 Madison County 30
Varsity girls basketball score at the half: Luray 23 Madison County 13
Looking for some excitement on a Tuesday night? Come out and support No 1 seed Luray (Varsity Girls) vs No 4 seed Madison County in the district semi finals game, TONIGHT at LHS. Game starts at 6:30 p.m. Cost $5. Go Dogs! Please share.
Mr. Lagoda’s Tech Foundation and Guitar Club students visited the Paul Reed Smith guitar factory in Stevensville, MD. During the tour they saw how guitars are made and the skill and cutting edge technology that it takes to make a $5,000 guitar. In addition, they received free wood for the LHS shop to be used on class projects.
On February 15th the LHS Forensics and Debate teams traveled to Madison County High School to participate in a Virginia Catholic Forensics League preliminary competition. Luray finished as the 2nd place Sweepstakes Team. Individual awards were as follows: Michael Strassner - 2nd Senator in Student Congress Morgan Strassner - 1st Original Oratory Mason Ryan & Juelian Warrick - 2nd Duo Dramatic Interpretation Aidan Brown - 3rd Dramatic Interpretation Kaya Huffman - 3rd Oral Interpretation Junul Dale Smith - 3rd Extemporaneous Wyatt Atkins - 4th Extemporaneous Hailey Thomas - 5th Oral Interpretation Several students also qualified for the VCFL State Finals in March.
Varsity girls basketball final score: Luray 55 East Rockingham 34
Varsity boys final score Luray 38 East Rock 73
Varsity boys basketball score at the half Luray 22 East Rock 44
Varsity girls basketball score at the half: Luray 35 East Rockingham 15
Notice to parents: Two late buses this morning Bus 29 in Shenandoah Area Bus 10 in the Luray Area Please share
Check out the link below: https://www.whsv.com/content/sports/Emilee-Weakley-Lurays-Sensational-Sophomore-567856491.html
Varsity boys basketball final score: Luray 35 Rappahannock 45
Varsity girls final score Luray 61 Rappahannock 47
Varsity boys basketball score at the half: Luray 18 Rappahannock 20
Varsity girls basketball score at the half: Luray 20 Rappahannock 17
JV girls basketball final score Luray 37 Rappahannock 22
JV boys basketball final score: Luray 35 Rappahannock 31
Geospatial student, Caden Speaks, presents about his mobile data collector and #OpsDashboard for fire hydrant inspections @Esri #FedGIS Conference @EsriFederalGovt @jmuisat https://t.co/1vxx6sKaxU
Varsity boys basketball final score Luray 52 Madison 43
Varsity girls finaL score Luray 54 Madison 44
Varsity boys basketball score at the half Luray 23 Madison 19
Varsity girls basketball score at the half Luray 26 Madison 23
JV boys basketball final score Luray 49 Madison 36
JV girls basketball final score Luray 49 Madison 14
JV girls basketball score at the half Luray 22 Madison 4
JV boys basketball score at the half Luray 21 Madison 20
Notice: Due to the recent increased number of illness cases within the district, custodians will be working Saturday to clean and disinfect our schools.We, still, would like to remind parents, If your child is sick,please keep them home from school until they are well.Thank you.
Due to the recent increase in influenza cases in our area, here is another resource that you may find helpful during this time. Please share. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B84gxcT5F2VZcWdVTlRWY29NTFR3MjVwUEJMNnlHa0dYS1ZF/view?usp=sharing
Varsity boys basketball final score Luray 33 Strasburg 60
Varsity boys basketball score at the half Luray 14 Strasburg 33
JV basketball final score Luray 39 Strasburg 44
JV boys basketball score at the half Luray 13 Strasburg 23
Luray High School is in need of some help. If you, or someone you know, would be interested in participating in this event, please contact Gwen Burley (email@example.com) at Luray High School. Please share.
See our news article on this page, spotlighting our students at PCTC who competed in the Skills USA Competition.
Final score girls varsity Luray 57 Strasburg 43
Varsity girls basketball score at the half Luray 30 Strasburg 24
JV girls final score Luray 30 Strasburg 26
Just a reminder of tonight's big game between Luray High School Girls and Strasburg High School.JV begins at 6 p.m. Varsity approximately 7:30 p.m. Entry for Tonight ONLY, STUDENTS $2, Adults $5.
Now available on the Page County Public School App. When setting up your phone to receive push notifications, you can now have push messages sent to you regarding sporting events. Select Bulldog Athletics or Panther Athletics as one of your chosen groups.
LHS FCCLA will deliver valentine gifts to LHS, LES, Springfield and LMS.If you would like to send a gift for a child or special someone,e-mail: April Foltz Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org)mail payment to AttN: April Smith Luray High School,243 Bulldog Dr, Luray, VA 22835.
This week we celebrate National School Counselors Week. Our counselors work alone and with groups of students to help build personal and academic skills that will allow them to be the best learners possible. Let your school counselors know you care.Thank you for all that you do.
Tuesday,February 4th, The Luray Varsity Girl's Basketball Team will face Strasburg at home. With records of 18-1 (Luray) and 19-0 (Strasburg), this is sure to be a great game. Tomorrow night ONLY, students pay just $2 for entry. JV begins @6 p.m. and Varsity @7:30 p.m. GO DOGS!
This month we celebrate School Board Appreciation Month. Read our news article on our web page honoring our representatives. We thank you for all that you do for our schools. Stay tuned for personal bios on Facebook during the month of February to spotlight each representative.
Varsity girls final score Luray 42 East Rock 35
Varsity boys final score Luray 30 East Rock 66
Varsity boys basketball score at the half Luray 13 East Rock 42
Varsity girls basketball score at the half Luray 28 East Rock 17
JV boys basketball final score Luray 38 East Rock 27
JV girls final score Luray 22 East Rock 18
JV boys basketball score at halftime Luray 17 East Rock 11
JV girls basketball score at halftime Luray 8 East Rock 12
Varsity girls final score Luray 56 Clarke 45
Boys varsity basketball final score Luray 39 Clarke 43
Varsity girls basketball score at the half Luray 31 Clarke 19
Varsity boys basketball score at halftime Luray 18 Clarke 22
JV girls basketball final score Luray 40 Clarke 35
JV boys basketball final score Luray 46 Clarke 48
JV girls basketball score at the half Luray 22 Clarke 15
JV Boys basketball score at halftime Luray 12 Clarke 15
Today, January 28th, Luray High School conducted a lockdown drill to practice safety procedures. If you have any questions regarding the drill, please contact Luray High School at 743-3800.
Varsity girls basketball final score: Luray 64 Buffalo Gap 42
Varsity girls basketball at the half: Luray 31 Buffalo Gap 16
Varsity boys basketball final score: Luray 57 Stuart Hall 52
JV girls basketball final round: Luray 29 Buffalo Gap 35
Varsity boys basketball score at the half: Luray 23 Stuart Hall 22
Congratulations Austin Holloway on being selected 1st team All-State! We are so proud of you.
This is a reminder that the pre-budget hearing for the 2020-2021 school year will be held tonight, Monday, January 27, 2020, at 6:30 p.m. at the school board office. Please share.
Varsity girls basketball final score: Luray 59 Stonewall 49
Varsity boys final score Luray 42 Stonewall 59
Varsity girls basketball score at the half: Luray 29 Stonewall 18
Varsity boys basketball score at the half Luray 21 Stonewall 34
JV girls basketball final score: Luray 38 Stonewall 15
JV boys final score Luray 58 Stonewall 7
JV Boys basketball score at the half Luray 32 Stonewall 3
The pre-budget hearing that is to be held on Monday, January 27, 2020, at the School Board Office, will be held at 6:30 p.m. NOT 7:00 p.m. as it was printed in this week's newspaper. Please share. Thank you.
Varsity boys final score Luray 49 Page 58
Varsity boys score at the half Luray 18 Page 26
JV boys final score Luray 37 Page 45
JV boys score at end of 3rd Luray 31 Page 27
JV Boys score at the half Luray 24 Page 17
Varsity girls basketball final score: Luray 70 Page 55
Varsity girls basketball score at the half: Luray 34 Page 27
Varsity girls at the half Luray 34 Page 27
Varsity girls basketball at the end of the 1st quarter: Luray 15 Page 12
JV girls basketball final score: Luray 20 Page 27
JV girls basketball score at the half: Luray 13 Page 15
Varsity boys basketball final score: Luray 51 East Rockingham 69
Varsity boys basketball score at the half: Luray 19 East Rockingham 40
JV boys basketball final score: Luray 41 East Rockingham 49
Congratulations to the following state qualifiers for indoor track: Lucy Buracker (300M and 500M) Mariah Boston (High jump and Long jump)
The Geo Technologies students presented their final projects to JMU faculty during the week of January 6th. Click on the link below to see the post on the LHS FaceBook page along with pictures. https://www.facebook.com/Luray-High-School-503975190077323/?modal=admin_todo_tour
Congratulations Lacey Taylor for qualifying as a 1st alternate for all-state choir!
This is a reminder that the Dr. Martin Luther King celebration will take place TODAY, Sunday, January, 19, 2020, at 2 p.m. at Luray High School auditorium. We hope to see you there. Please share.
Varsity girls final score: Luray 51 Madison 35
Varsity Boys final score Luray 58 Madison 60
Varsity girls basketball score at the half: Luray 22 Madison 16
Varsity boys basketball score at the half Luray 25 Madison 27
JV girls basketball final score: Luray 56 Madison 18
JV boys basketball final score: Luray 44 Madison 39
Good afternoon. In anticipation of inclement weather ALL events, games, and practices have been postponed or canceled for TOMORROW, Saturday, January 18, 2020. Please share. Thank you.
Due to the impending weather, all activities for Saturday, January 18th have been cancelled. This includes all games and practices.
Varsity girls final score Luray 72 Rapp 38
Varsity girls score at the half Luray 32 Rapp 21
JV girls final score Luray 34 Rappahannock 32
This is a reminder that the monthly school board meeting will be held tonight, Wednesday, January 15, 2020, at Page County Technical Center. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. Please share.
Congratulations jv boys basketball on your win tonight!
Varsity girls basketball final score: Luray 44 Central 36
Varsity boys basketball final score: Luray 43 Central 53
Varsity girls basketball at the end of the 3rd quarter: Luray 33 Central 27
Varsity boys basketball score at the end of the 3rd quarter: Luray 26 Central 43
Varsity girls basketball score at the half: Luray 25 Central 13
Varsity boys basketball score at the half: Luray 18 Central 26
Varsity girls basketball score at the end of the 1st quarter: Luray 11 Central 8
Varsity boys basketball score at the end of the 1st quarter: Luray 13 Central 13
JV girls basketball final score: Luray 40 Central 21
JV boys basketball final score: Luray 26 Central 65
Reminder: School will resume tomorrow, Tuesday, January 14, 2020 at the normal time. Please share.
This is a reminder that there is no school for students, Tomorrow, Monday, January 13, 2020. This is a scheduled work day for teachers. Please share.
Varsity boys final score Luray 39 Riverheads 43
Varsity boys score at the half Luray 13 Riverheads 17
JV boys final score Luray 33 Riverheads 44
JV boys score at the half Luray 10 Riverheads 27
Varsity boys basketball final score: Luray 48 Strasburg 64
Varsity girls basketball final score: Luray 48 Strasburg 53
Varsity girls basketball at the half: Luray 21 Strasburg 23
Varsity boys basketball score at half: Luray 16 Strasburg 29
JV girls basketball final score: Luray 31 Strasburg 36
JV boys basketball final score: Luray 37 Strasburg 49
JV boys basketball score at the half: Luray 15 Strasburg 25
JV girls basketball score at the half: Luray 15 Strasburg 19
Varsity girls basketball final score: Luray 56 East Rockingham 37
Varsity girls basketball score at the half: Luray 35 East Rockingham 20
JV girls basketball final score: Luray 36 East Rockingham 29
JV girls basketball score at the half: Luray 20 East Rockingham 10
Today we honor our School Resource Officers on Law Enforcment Appreciation Day. Check out Facebook to see pictures of this special group of deputies/officers. https://www.facebook.com/PageCountyPublicSchools/?modal=admin_todo_tour
Good evening. Page County Public Schools will be operating on a 2 hour delay, tomorrow, Thursday, January 9, 2020. Please share Thank you.
Good evening. Page County Public Schools, will be CLOSED, tomorrow, Wednesday, January 8, 2020. 12 month employees do not report. Please share.
The boys basketball games scheduled for tonight at East Rockingham have been postponed to Monday, Jan. 20, 2020. JV will start at 6:00 pm and varsity at approximately 7:30 pm.
Maddie Rooks went to the FFA Washington Leadership Conference (WLC) and was chosen to participate in the FFA promotional video. Click on the link below and scroll to the bottom of the page to view the video. https://www.ffa.org/conference/washington-leadership-conference-wlc/
Due to inclement weather, all practices and games for today, 1/7/2020, have been canceled.
Great article in the Daily News Record on the LHS girls varsity basketball team! Keep on working hard girls! https://www.dnronline.com/dnronline/weakley-bulldogs-showing-they-re-legit-during-unbeaten-start/article_ffa2b15d-9891-507f-aee2-72914c96c3c9.html?utm_medium
Good morning. In anticipation of inclement weather, all PCPS offices and schools will be CLOSED, today, Tuesday, January 7, 2020. Please share. Thank you.
1/10 -End of 2nd quarter and 1st semester 1/13 -School closed - Teacher Workday 1/14-16 -PCPS Gifted and Talented Presents Folklore Festival 1/15- School Board Meets at PCTC
Regarding Late Bus: Notice to parents in the Luray area- Bus 19 in the Egypt Bend Area will be late this morning. (approximately 1 hr.) --
Varsity boys basketball final score: Luray 38 Clarke County 42
Girls varsity basketball final score: Luray 61 Stuarts Draft 60
Boys varsity basketball score at the half: Luray 19 Clarke County 19
Girls jv basketball final score: Luray 33 Stuarts Draft 14
Boys jv basketball final score: Luray 41 Clarke County 45
Please Share Notice to parents in the Luray Area- Bus 50 will be approximately 45 minutes late this afternoon.
Alerts regarding bus delays will now be sent out via Web, Facebook,Twitter and TEXT MESSAGE. Alerts will be sent to ALL those subscribed for texts.Please bear with us as we work to import bus route information. We, soon, hope to to be able to text for specific routes as needed.
Reminder: if you did not receive text messages of our last closing/delay and you wish to be notified in this way, please contact Tricia Runyan at email@example.com or call 742-3750 (option 3). Please be sure to provide your child's name and school with number to text.
Just another friendly reminder that school will resume tomorrow, Thursday, January 2, 2020. Please share.
Varsity girls basketball final score: Luray 56 Clarke County 43
Varsity boys basketball final score: Luray 55 Riverheads 59
Varsity girls basketball at the half: Luray 28 Clarke County 24
Varsity boys basketball at the half: Luray 23 Riverheads 26
Boys jv basketball final score in overtime: Luray 46 Riverheads 50
Girls jv basketball final score: Luray 37 Clarke County 36
Varsity boys basketball final score: Luray 50 Central 68
Congratulations varsity girls basketball on your win tonight! Luray 80 Central 51
Varsity boys basketball at the half: Luray 22 Central 32
Varsity girls basketball at the half: Luray 48 Central 20
JV girls basketball final score: Luray 28 Central 34
JV boys basketball final score: Luray 17 Central 51
JV boys basketball score at the half: Luray 8 Central 29
JV girls basketball score at the half: Luray 8 Central 21
https://www.whsv.com/content/news/Principal-and-school-resource-officer-team-up-to-help-students-family-566387741.html Springfield Principal and SRO Spread the Joy of Christmas
Congratulations boys varsity basketball on your win! Luray 53 Stonewall 46
Final girls varsity basketball score: Luray 52 Stonewall 35
Boys varsity basketball at the half: Luray 21 Stonewall 10 Girls varsity basketball at the half: Luray 22 Stonewall 13
Congratulations boys jv basketball on your win tonight. Luray 46 Stonewall 16
Congratulations girls jv basketball on your win tonight. Luray 40 Stonewall 18
Craig Tutt, principal and Rob Marshall, SRO, showed the true meaning of Christmas today,as they recognized the need of one of their students and made sure they were warmer for the holidays.Read it on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/PageCountyPublicSchools/?modal=admin_todo_tour
A big thank you and congratulations for a job well done to all our students and their teachers from each of our schools for all the wonderful winter music programs we have enjoyed these last few weeks. Bravo!
Be sure to check out Facebook for pictures from PCHS, LHS, and LMS band and choir performances over the past two week. Happy Holiday to all. https://www.facebook.com/PageCountyPublicSchools/photos/pcb.152032179542911/152030709543058/?type=3&theater
Final score Luray 54 Page 46
End of 3rd Luray 41 Page 39
At the half Luray 28 Page 29
Varsity girls basketball score at end of 1st Luray 12 Page 19
JV girls basketball final score Luray 39 Page 30
JV girls score at the half Luray 25 Page 12
Boys varsity basketball final score: Luray 70 Page 73
Boys varsity basketball score at half: Luray 38 Page 23
Boys jv basketball final score: Luray 36 Page 39
Boys jv basketball score update at the half: Luray 16 Page 14
A big week in basketball. Tonight the Luray JV and Varsity Boys Basketball teams will host Page County High School. Tomorrow night PCHS will host Luray JV and Varsity Girls. Games begin at 6 p.m. Cost $5. We hope to see you there. Please share.
National Hour of Code week was Dec 9 through 13. PCPS students were given the opportunity to try out a variety of coding activities available through hourofcode.com.See more pics of Hour of Code on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/PageCountyPublicSchools/?modal=admin_todo_tour
Attention parents: there will be 3 late busses this morning. Please share. Bus 34 in Shenandoah Bus 16 in Shenandoah Bus 5 in Luray/ Springfield --thank you
This message is to inform you that PCPS will operate on a 2 hr delay, today, Monday, December 16, 2019.We will reassess as necessary.
All LHS basketball games scheduled for this evening, Friday, December 13th, have been postponed.
Good Morning. This message is to inform families that Page County Public Schools will be CLOSED today, Friday, December 13, 2019. All offices will also be closed, 12 month employees do not report.
Congratulations LHS girls varsity basketball on your win over Riverheads tonight. Luray 66 Riverheads 37
LHS varsity girls basketball score at the half: Luray 40 Riverheads 18
Grading Practices Committee Members - our meeting for 12/12/19 has been cancelled. We will pick back up in January. Happy Holidays!
To our Grading Practices Committe Members - our meeting on 12/12/19 has been cancelled. We will pick up in January. Happy Holidays!
This morning a TEXT message was sent out informing families that school would be on time. If you didn't receive a text message, and you wish to be notified in this manner,please contact Tricia Runyan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (540) 743-3750 option 3.Thank you.
Good morning. This is message is to inform families that at this time Page County Public Schools will be reporting to school On Time. If conditions change, we will update as soon as possible, if needed. Thank you.
With the threat of some winter weather, we are preparing to make sure you are notified of any delays or cancellations. Please be sure YOU have downloaded our app, follow our Facebook page, and that your alert information is up-to-date. Get the app for Android or iPhone today.
Congratulations LHS girls varsity basketball on your win tonight. Luray 47 Buffalo Gap 24
Varsity boys score at the half Luray 24 Buffalo Gap 38
JV Boys Basketball final score Luray 38 Buffalo Gap 46
Congratulations LHS jv girls basketball on your win over Buffalo Gap. Luray 43 Buffalo Gap 40
JV Boys Basketball score at the half Luray 22 Buffalo Gap 20
Notice to parents in the Luray Area- Bus 50 will be 30 minutes late this afternoon.
Check out the link below to see the Hour of Code activities at LHS today! https://www.facebook.com/Luray-High-School-503975190077323/?modal=admin_todo_tour
IMPORTANT BUS NOTICE: Bus 31 in the Shenandoah area will be 30-45 minutes late this morning, Monday, December 9, 2019. PLEASE SHARE. --
Congratulations girls varsity basketball on your win over Riverheads! Luray 50 Riverheads 45
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING BUSES: Notice to Parents in the Shenandoah Area- Bus 34 will be approximately 20-30 minutes late this afternoon.-- Bus 48 and 14 will double up this afternoon and parts of each route may be delayed. Please Share!!
This is a reminder that the annual Title I play (Velveteen Rabbit) and dinner will be held tonight, Thursday, December 5, 2019, at Page County High School. Dinner will begin at 5pm and the play begins at 6 pm in the auditorium. We hope to see you there. Please share.
Congratulations LHS girls varsity basketball on your win tonight over Stuarts Draft. Luray 69 Stuarts Draft 62
Congratulations LHS girls jv basketball on your win! Luray 38 Stuarts Draft 23
LHS would like to take this opportunity to thank the Luray Bulldog Athletic Association for their hard work, support, and generosity during the Fall Athletic Season. Thanks for the football uniforms, sideline cheer uniforms, and the PA system at Bulldog Field. Go Dogs!
We hope everyone had a relaxing and enjoyable holiday. This is a reminder that school will resume tomorrow, Monday, December 2, 2019. Please share.
This is a short school week for our staff and students as our schools will be closed after Tuesday to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday. May this time be spent in the company of family and friends and may it be one full of joy and gratitude…Happy Thanksgiving!
Please check out our monthly Nutritional Services newsletter on the main PCPS web page under DOCUMENTS. All you need to know about using our new payment center explained.
This is a short school week for our staff and students as our schools will be closed after Tuesday to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday. May this time be spent be in the company of family and friends and may it be one full of joy and gratitude…Happy Thanksgiving!
Please cancel the last. Bus 22 will now be on time. A sub has been found. Please share.
Important Message regarding buses: Bus 22 will be 45 minutes late this morning. Please share
See what Art 2 is doing with abstract printmaking at https://www.facebook.com/Luray-High-School-503975190077323/?modal=admin_todo_tour.
Check out the link below for pictures from tonight's Spanish Honor Society Induction Ceremony!! Great job to all! https://www.facebook.com/Luray-High-School-503975190077323/?modal=admin_todo_tour
LATE BUSES: Road Closure. Due to a car accident on 340 near McDaniel Lane in Shenandoah, several buses can not get to their routes. Please share.
Varsity football score at the end of the 3rd quarter: Luray 21 Strasburg 32
Varsity football score at the half: Luray 21 Strasburg 26
Varsity football score at the end of the 1st quarter: Luray 0 Strasburg 7
Have a great weekend everyone! Good Luck to the Page County Panthers and the Luray Bulldogs Varsity Football teams in their playoff games tonight. Stay warm!!
Check out the video of Sam and Lele heading to states! https://www.facebook.com/503975190077323/videos/2423650354630334/
Notice to parents in the Shenandoah Area- Bus 34 will be approximately 30 minutes late this afternoon. Please share this information.
Notice To Parents In the Grove Hill Area, Bus 48 will be delivering both 14 and 48 students home this afternoon. Please expect a 15 to 20 minute delay in some areas. Please share.
We love our new app! Have you gotten it yet? Be sure to download it for Android or iPhone. Just search Page County Public Schools. It's everything PCPS in your pocket
Have you downloaded our new app yet? Find it now for Android and iPhone. Search Page County Public Schools. It's everything PCPS in your pocket!
Page County Public Schools is thrilled to reveal our new app and web pages! It's everything PCPS in your pocket! Please be sure to download our app on Android or iPhone. Just search Page County Public Schools.
Please stay tuned for a lot more exciting information coming your way!! Starting today, we introduce our new Page County Public Schools logo!