Today marks 50 years of Arbor Day! Nearly 500 million trees have been planted because of these efforts. The Arbor Day Organization is setting a new goal to plant 500 million in just 5 years.
Namaste...we are one month from summer vacation.
REMINDER!! PCSSD will host a career fair this Saturday from 9am-1pm at MAUMELLE HIGH SCHOOL. We are hiring for all positions - certified and classified, full time and part time. Please pre-register for this FREE event: bit.ly/PCSSD_HR-Fair2022
The Joe T. Robinson High Singing Senators are gearing up for a once in a lifetime experience this summer. For the first time in school history, members of the Singing Senators will travel to New York City and perform in Carnegie Hall.
Happy Administrative Professionals Day! PCSSD is proud of the amazing support staff throughout our district and their dedication to our students, staff, and PCSSD community. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
April is the Month of the Military Child. Today we say thank you to our PCSSD military families for their service to our country, our community, and our schools. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
Happy Earth Day! This annual event began in 1970 where people demonstrate support for environmental protection. In October 2020, PCSSD launched a new communication tool called Peachjar which has saved 87 trees! Learn more: www.pcssd.org/page/peachjar-info
April is Scottish-American Heritage Month where we celebrate the contributions of Scottish-Americans to our modern society. In 1998, Jason Emory Nickerson designed the Arkansas Traveler Tartan, which is listed on the Scottish Tartans World Register.
PCSSD is excited to announce our 2021-2022 Teacher of the Year winners for each school! These amazing educators went above and beyond for their students this year. Congratulations to Dawn Bartels from BAKER ELEMENTARY! #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
PCSSD will host a career fair on Saturday, April 30 from 9am until 1pm at MAUMELLE HIGH SCHOOL. We are hiring for all positions - certified and classified, full time and part time. Please pre-register for this FREE event: bit.ly/PCSSD_HR-Fair2022
The tax deadline is Monday, April 18, so there are still a few days to submit individual income tax returns to the federal government.
Passover celebrates the exodus of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt. The Passover Seder is one of the most widely observed rituals in Judaism.
Good Friday is the day Christians commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus and his death at Calvary. Three days later he would be resurrected from the dead.
Just a reminder - there is NO SCHOOL on Friday, April 15. The schools are closed for teacher professional development. However, District offices will be open with regular business hours on Friday. Enjoy the weekend!
Mrs. Allen's 5th graders collaboratively worked to see which team could construct the tallest egg tower.
The severe weather threat looks to have moved out of the Pulaski County area. Therefore, we will dismiss secondary schools at regular time. Thank you for your patience today.
Based on the latest weather updates, radar indicates that we will be able to release elementary students on time at 2:45pm. We will have update on dismissal for secondary students soon.
PCSSD is monitoring the severe weather as it moves across the state this afternoon. In order to keep our students and staff safe, we will delay dismissal until severe threats pass through Pulaski County. Students and staff will remain in the safe areas inside the building. If a parent wishes to pick up their child, you must do so before a tornado warning is in place. Once students and staff are in shelter, we cannot release them until the warning expires. We will update you as the weather changes and its impact on dismissal time.