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.
This is a reminder that there is no school for students on Monday, February 17, 2020. This is a regularly scheduled professional development day. Looking for something for the kids to do...check out this movie at Kibler Library.
Valentine's Day is Friday.We would like to remind you that if you send flowers or balloons to a student at school,ask them to use a plastic vase if the child is a bus rider.Glass/balloons are not permitted in any school vehicle. Alternate transportation will need to be arranged.
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.
Important Information from PCPS Regarding Kindergarten and Preschool Registration. Please share.
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
Austin Hughes, 8th grader at Luray Middle School, got a personal introduction to what he says is his dream job, thanks to Elizabeth Irvin, teacher/coach of PCPS. Thank you to Dodson Pest Control for showing Austin what "A day in the life," looks like.
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 (firstname.lastname@example.org) at Luray High School. Please share.
To accompany the letter sent home yesterday regarding the flu, here are some things you should know about Influenza (Flu) Antiviral Drugs.
Happy 100th Day of School!!!
It's a packed house here at LHS! GO DOGS!!
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 (email@example.com)mail payment to AttN: April Smith Luray High School,243 Bulldog Dr, Luray, VA 22835.
ALERT: Please see the attached letter being sent home with students today.
We are pleased to announce over 1400 downloads of our PCPS app.If you haven't downloaded it, do it NOW! Tonight, at both the Luray and Page home games, fliers will be distributed to show you how to get the latest information, alerts, and news straight to your phone.
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.
Congratulations to these students in the county-wide Spelling Bee held January 28, 2020. The winners of the Spelling Bee were 2nd place- Maryn Cave (6th grade PCMS) and 1st place Danika Hammer (8th grade PCMS).