Per our health plan, we stated we would notify the public of any positive cases relevant to our school system. Please click on the links to read the letters regarding notice for 5/11/22. LMS https://5il.co/1af35 STAN https://5il.co/1af36 https://5il.co/1af37 https://5il.co/1af38 https://5il.co/1af39
Are you looking to develop valuable skills, forge friendships, and pursue passions in a fun, engaging, and safe learning environment? Page County Public Schools is pleased to offer a Summer Camp for students in grades K-12. Students may sign up for 1 or more sessions based on their interests. Students should plan on attending all 8 days of each session for which they sign up. Please check out the flyer on our website or Facebook for more details about each session and use the link below for registration. https://forms.gle/t46t7iWbGsNUM7EY8
Per our health plan, we stated we would notify the public of any positive cases relevant to our school system. Please click on the link to read the letter regarding notice for 5/9/22. PCHS https://5il.co/1a9n8
May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month, and we'd like to take the time to honor two extremely hard working individuals, Mr. Don Ehlers, Athletic Director of Luray High School, and Mr. Bill Simmons , Athletic Director of Page County High School. These two men put in so many extra hours beyond the normal school day. They are always busy preparing fields and courts, scheduling, and rescheduling games, and there to supervise and work each and every game. Their dedication to our school system deserves to be recognized for all that they give to our division. If you see them around, don't hesitate to tell them thank you for all they do for your children and the community. A "thank you" goes a long way.
Per our health plan, we stated we would notify the public of any positive cases relevant to our school system. Please click on the links to read the letters regarding notice for 5/6/22. SHEN https://5il.co/1a492 STAN https://5il.co/1a493 https://5il.co/1a494 https://5il.co/1a495 https://5il.co/1a496
2nd Graders in Mrs. Keim's class at Springfield Elementary School got to see the Life Cycle of Chickens first hand. They incubated eggs, watched the chicks grow inside the eggs and then hatch. Students were also able to practice their reading by reading to the chicks each afternoon.
Per our health plan, we stated we would notify the public of any positive cases relevant to our school system. Please click on the link to read the letter regarding notice for 5/5/22. LMS https://5il.co/19yh4
Last night, at the Page County Technical Center graduation, Practical Nursing Students were honored for their accomplishments. Congratulations to all!
It's National School Lunch Hero Day! Be sure to thank all of those who help to keep your children fed each day. Our Nutritional Services staff deserve a big thank you for all they do. You are appreciated. Stay tuned for pics later from our cafeterias around the division.
Every employee within PCPS plays an important role in the growth of a child. Thank you for all you do each day to be "The One" for our students.
Per our health plan, we stated we would notify the public of any positive cases relevant to our school system. Please click on the link to read the letter regarding notice for 5/3/22. LMS https://5il.co/19t2p
Per our health plan, we stated we would notify the public of any positive cases relevant to our school system. Please click on the links to read the letters regarding notice for 5/2/22. LMS https://5il.co/19t2c LHS https://5il.co/19t2b
Today is National Teacher Appreciation Day! Please be sure to stop and "Thank a Teacher" for all that they do every day to help your child(ren) be successful. Our teachers in Page County are the best!
Attention families and friends of Luray High School: This afternoon we evacuated the high school due to smoke inside the building. Following a full evacuation and emergency response, fire officials determined that a furnace had malfunctioned. They were able to remedy the situation quickly and we were permitted to safely re-enter the building. We appreciate the swift response by local emergency services. We are also proud to say that our students and staff handled this situation beautifully. Nicky Clark Principal Luray High School
This is a reminder that the 6th Annual Luray High School Talent Show will be held TONIGHT, Monday, May 2, 2022, at 6:30 p.m. Admission is $5 and will support the Tri-M Music Honor Society. Come out and enjoy the show.
This past weekend Page County High School celebrated Prom 2022. Grand March preceded the Prom festivities.
This week at PCPS we are celebrating ALL of our employees. Every single person within our school system plays a vital role in making sure that our students are safe and loved. THANK YOU for everything you do. Please join us in the celebration. Take the time this week to just say, "thank you " to those who help your child(ren) each and every day.
Notice to parents in the Shenandoah Area Late Bus Bus 29 and Bus 5 will be combined this morning. There will be delays. The route will go as follows: Loop Rd, Fleeburg/ Fleeburg Loop from Naked Creek Rd, Grindstone Mt Rd, Crooked Run Rd, Steam Hollow, Verbena Subd, and Trenton Ave/ South Second St. area.
Wednesday, April 27,2022, is Administrative Professionals Day, but we are celebrating our unsung heroes all week long. Ms. Tiffany Kite--Administrative Professional --Shenandoah Elementary School. Ms. Kite has been with Page County Public Schools for the past 27 years. She has served all of those years with Shenandoah Elementary School, with the exception of the 2009-2010 school year, when she was located at Grove Hill. When asked what motivates her to work hard, she responded, "service to others." She says she enjoys working behind the scenes to serve the faculty/staff, students, parents, and Shenandoah community. Ms. Kite said that recently that a bus driver brought her the cutest little bouquet in a baby bottle; the store did not have a vase, so she improvised. She said she wanted her to have the flowers "right then and there rather than the next day," so she chose the next best thing for a vase! "I loved her creativity, it really touched my heart. The bottle vase means more to me than a glass or crystal vase; it serves as a great reminder to humble ourselves and to be kind to others. Acts of kindness do not have to be huge or extravagant. It's the little things in life that pull at the heartstrings!! I will treasure her heartfelt token of friendship & kindness, the "vase" and the memory for years to come!!" Thank you, Ms. Kite, for all of your years of service to Page County Public Schools. You are appreciated.
Are you looking for a rewarding job opportunity? We invite you to visit our booth at Lord Fairfax Community College (located behind Walmart)TODAY, until 6 p.m. All types of positions available for the 2023 school year. Stop on by and consider joining the PCPS family. Please share.