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Historically, counselors began working in schools to provide vocational guidance to those joining the workforce. However, the term "guidance counselor" no longer encompasses the broad scope of work and duties provided by today's school counselors. The role of the school counselor has evolved to become a central and important part of a child’s development and educational career. PCPS is thankful for our School Counselors!
Page County Public Schools encourages Digital Awareness. Follow us this week to learn more about what you should do to prevent yourself from being scammed or a victim of cyber attacks.
National School Counseling Week 2023, "School Counselors: Helping Students Dream Big," will be celebrated from February 6-10, 2023, to recognize the unique contribution of school counselors within PCPS and the tremendous impact they have in helping students achieve academic, career, and personal success.
Wednesday, Feb. 1 - Weather Alert Due to varied conditions across the county, Page County Public Schools will open two-hours late today, Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2023. Staff will continue to assess conditions and if any additional changes to the schedule need to be made, we will notify staff and families as soon as possible. Thank you and please be safe.
This is an important weather related message from PCPS: Weather forecasts and conditions are being monitored closely this evening. IF any changes need to be made to the school day tomorrow, a decision will be made and announced by 5:30 a.m. Thank you.
This is a reminder that Report Cards are NOW AVAILABLE on the PCPS Parent Portal. If you are accessing the Parent Portal on your cell phone through the app, and you receive a message that says it is not syncing properly, please log out of the app and then log back in. You can do this by going to More--->Account--->Sign Out. Then, sign back into your account.
Important Bus Route Information- Notice to Parents in the Stanley area: Late Bus On Friday, January 27, 2023, Bus 68 will be approximately 35 minutes late for the PM route ONLY. The morning route will be On Time. Thank you.
This is a reminder that tonight, Thursday, January 26, 2023, is the regularly scheduled school board meeting . The meeting will be held at Page County High School, at 6:30 p.m. and may be viewed LIVE on our YouTube Channel. Comments are due by 4 p.m. Thank you. Agenda: https://go.boarddocs.com/vsba/pcss/Board.nsf/Public Comments: https://forms.gle/qCUzGmnAZXF4CutcA View LIVE: https://www.youtube.com/c/PageCountySchools/live
Activities Update - Wed., Jan. 25, 2023 Games that were scheduled today at LMS and PCHS are being postponed or cancelled. Practices and rehearsals may be held at the school’s discretion but will end by 6:00pm. No student will be penalized for not being able to attend a practice or rehearsal due to unsafe road conditions in their area or due to a lack of transportation. Coaches and sponsors will be communicating with students and families as soon as possible. The LifeSpot makeup training scheduled for staff will be held as scheduled at 6:00pm at Luray High School. PCPS is continuing to monitor conditions and if additional changes need to be made, we will communicate as soon as possible. Dates for events that can be rescheduled will be shared as soon as possible. Thank you.
Weather Update Out of an abundance of caution with everyone’s safety in mind and with current forecasts varying across the division, all PCPS schools are closed today, Wednesday, January 25 2023. 10 and 11 month staff do not need to report. Information will be forthcoming for all 12-month staff. A decision about afternoon and evening activities will be made later today. Thank you and everyone stay safe.
Important Weather Related Information: Page County Public Schools will open on a two-hour delay for all staff and students on Wednesday, January 25, 2023. Division staff will reassess conditions in the morning and the decision may need to made to close school altogether. Additional notifications will be made as early as possible tomorrow morning. Thank you.
Weather Update Page County Public Schools will open on a two-hour delay for all staff and students on Wednesday, January 25, 2023. Division staff will reassess conditions in the morning and a decision may be made to close schools altogether. Additional notifications will be made as early as possible tomorrow morning.
This is a reminder that report cards will be available electronically through the PCPS Parent Portal on Friday, January 27th (please click the link for instructions on how to access). If you have not yet set up your Parent Portal, please do so as soon as possible. You may contact your child's school to obtain your access code. Thank you. https://5il.co/1ng0b
Please mark your calendars and join us for the 26th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration, Sunday, January 29, 2023. We hope you will join us!
Attendance Information for Parents/Guardians Please take a moment to read this important information about student attendance - https://5il.co/1nm58 Thank you!
Stanley families. This is just a reminder that on Monday, January 23rd and Tuesday, January 24th the Winter ELA and Math Student Growth Assessments will be given to all 3rd through 5th graders. Please make sure they come to school on time on Monday and Tuesday and get good rest the night before. We are so excited to see how much growth they have all made thus far.
This is a reminder that there is NO SCHOOL for students, tomorrow, Friday, January 20, 2023. This is a scheduled workday for staff. Thank you, and have a great weekend.
Important Message for Parents/Guardians: Electronic report cards will be available on Friday, January 27, 2023, through the PCPS Parent Portal. Please see the instructions on how to access your child's report card. You must have a Parent Portal already established in order to read the report. If you have not yet done this, please contact your child's school as soon as possible to get your access code. Thank you. https://5il.co/1ng0b
Shenandoah ES Students and Staff Returning to the Building The Shenandoah Fire Department has cleared Shenandoah Elementary and students and staff are returning to class. No fire was reported and staff are continuing to evaluate the source of the smell of smoke as well as the fire alarm system. If any additional actions are needed, we will err on the side of student and staff safety and respond appropriately. Thank you to the Shenandoah Fire Department for their prompt response and support. Thank you to our teachers and staff for their diligent work to keep everyone safe, and thank you to our students for being responsive to staff.