Wednesday, April 27, 2022, is Administrative Professional's Day, but we are celebrating our unsung heroes all week long. Ms. Pam Hall--Administrative Professional--Transportation Ms. Hall has been with Page County Public Schools for the past 11 years. She began as a special education driver and transitioned over to her clerical position in transportation four years ago. In 2005, Pam, her husband, and a friend started the Page Youth Football League. After 18 years she decided to leave her position on the board so she could focus more on her grandson's activities and travel more. Ms. Hall also enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and her pets. She says her pets make her smile even on the most stressful of days. Thank you, Ms. Hall, for all that you do to serve Page County Public Schools . You are appreciated.
22 days ago, Page County Public Schools
Pam Hall Transportation
Wednesday, April 27, 2022, is Administrative Professionals Day, but we are celebrating our unsung heroes all week long. Ms. Bonita Seely--Central Office-- Benefits Specialist Ms. Seely has been with Page County Public Schools for 37 years. During this time she has held many positions. She served at Springfield Elementary for 24 years and then transferred to Luray Elementary as bookkeeper when the middle school opened. In 2014, she transferred to Central Office where she held the position of Medicaid Coordinator, and now serves as Benefits Specialist. When asked to tell something interesting that has happened to her she said, "My husband and I had gone to San Juan, Puerto Rico a few years ago and were hiking in the rainforest and met a woman along the trail that was a friend of (former superintendent) Donna Whitley-Smith. Definitely a small world!" If she could see any place, she'd like to visit Alaska for all it's picturesque beauty. Thank you, Ms. Seely, for your dedication to Page County Public Schools. You are appreciated.
22 days ago, Page County Public Schools
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Administrative Professionals Day was Wednesday, April 27, 2022, but we are spotlighting our unsung heroes all week long. Ms. Kay McDaniel-- Transportation Ms. McDaniel has been with Page County Public Schools for the past 28 years. She has served all of these years within the transportation department. Thank you Ms. McDaniel for all that you do for our school system. You are appreciated. Ms. Cindy Miller--Finance Specialist--Central Office Ms. Miller has been with Page County Public Schools for 46 years!! Wow! What an accomplishment. During those 46 years she has held many titles within the school system. She now serves as Finance Specialist for the division. Thank you, Cindy, for your many years of dedication and service to PCPS. You are appreciated for all you do.
22 days ago, Page County Public Schools
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Wednesday, April 27, 2022, is Administrative Professionals Day, but we are celebrating our unsung heroes all week long. Ms. Tonya Gray--Special Education Administrative Professional / Finance Specialist Ms. Tonya Harlow Gray has been with the division for 16 years. She began as a substitute back in 2006. She moved into Special Education Assistant for Stanley Elementary and Page County Middle School 2007-2009. From 2009-2019 she served as Administrative Professional at Page County Middle School and then moved to her current position as Finance Specialist/Special Education Administrative Professional at Central Office. Ms. Gray says she enjoys spending time with her family and doting on her grandchildren. She says her proudest accomplishment is being a mom and grandmother, and that there's no better feeling than seeing their eyes light up when they see you. Thank you, Ms. Gray, for your dedication to Page County Public Schools. You are appreciated.
22 days ago, Page County Public Schools
Tonya Gray --Central Office
It's Administrative Professionals Day on Wednesday, April 27, 2022, but we are celebrating our unsung heroes all week long. Ms. Kim Burton --Attendance/ Enrollment Specialist/ Deputy Clerk of the Board- Central Office Ms. Burton has been with Page County Public Schools for the past 14 years. When asked what advice she would give her younger self, she said, "Relax, and don't be so critical of yourself." When she's not at a school, she enjoys family time with her husband, kids and her granddaughter. She also loves camping, fishing and 4 wheeler rides. Thank you, Ms. Burton, for your dedication to Page County Public Schools. You are appreciated. Ms. Linda Breeden-Wallace Central Office --Accounts Payable Specialist/ Clerk of the Board/FOIA Officer Ms. Breeden-Wallace has been with Page County Public Schools for the past 17 years. She serves as Accounts Payable Specialist at Central Office and as the Clerk of the Board and FOIA Officer for the district. When she isn't working, Ms. Breeden-Wallace enjoys reading, gardening, and spending time with my husband, children, and grandchildren. If she could go anywhere in the world, she'd go to Scotland because it is beautiful and she is fascinated by the country's history. Thank you both for all you do for Page County Public Schools. We know your hats are many, and you are appreciated for each role you play in helping to make our school system the best it can be.
23 days ago, Page County Public Schools
thank you
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 4/28/22. LHS https://5il.co/19m4u
23 days ago, Page County Public Schools
important information
Administrative Professionals Day is April 27, 2022, but we are celebrating our unsung heroes all week long. Ms. Annetta Martz--Administrative Professional --Stanley Elementary School Ms. Martz has been with Page County Public Schools for a total of 27 years. She has served as a bus driver, and held positions at Page County Middle School, Grove Hill, and now serves at Stanley Elementary where she has been for the past 12 years. She says she lives by the quote, "You are not going to be the best every day, but keep showing up and doing the best you can!" Her greatest accomplishments are her children, Brittney, Patrick and Jacob. Thank you, Ms. Martz, for your many years of service to Page County Public Schools. You are appreciated.
23 days ago, Page County Public Schools
Annetta Martz--Stanley Elementary
Wednesday, April 27,2022, is Administrative Professionals Day, but we are honoring our unsung heroes all week long! Mrs. Shannon Atkins--Bookkeeper--Luray High School Mrs. Atkins has worked for Page County Public Schools for the past 15 years. While she is currently serving as Bookkeeper at Luray High School, she has also worked as special education assistant, and a Pre-K assistant. Shannon says if she could give advice to her younger self it would be to enjoy every single moment. Travel if you are able and experience new things, and don't sweat the small stuff. Mrs. Atkins feels the best thing about being in education is when former students come and tell you what a difference you made in their lives. Thank you, Mrs. Atkins, for the difference you have made in so many lives over the last 15 years with Page County Public Schools. You are appreciated.
23 days ago, Page County Public Schools
Shannon Atkins --LHS Bookkeeper
Wednesday, April 27, 2022, is Administrative Professionals Day, but we are celebrating our unsung heroes all week long. Ms. Elizabeth Reed--Page County Technical Center Ms. Reed has been with Page County Public Schools for the past 21 years. She has served in many roles during her time with the school system including long-term substituting positions, assistant, and currently bookkeeper/ administrative professional. When asked what advice she would offer her younger self, she said, "Never ever, stop learning. Learn a trade, get a certification, a degree, just do something that fulfills you and makes you happy. " Having earned her bachelors degree as an adult, she says she is ready to go back to school again to see what else she learn. Her greatest pleasure is her granddaughter and she's expecting another grandchild soon. She says, Every time my granddaughter calls me "BeBe" it makes me smile and laugh like I never could have imagined. What a blessing!" Thank you, Ms. Reed, for all you do for Page County Public Schools. You are appreciated.
23 days ago, Page County Public Schools
Beth Reed Page County Technical Center
Wednesday, April 27, 2022, is Administrative Assistants Day, but we are celebrating our unsung heroes all week long. Ms. Lois Huffman--Bookkeeper/Administrative Professional--Page County High School Ms. Huffman has been employed with Page County Public Schools for the past 40 years, and says she has worked for 8 principals. She likes working behind the scenes where she helps make things run smoothly each day. She's a former graduate of Page County High School, and says the best part of her job are the friendly students and staff. When asked what she is most proud of she said, "my daughters and my granddaughters." Thank you, Ms. Huffman, for your many years of dedication to Page County Public School. You are appreciated.
23 days ago, Page County Public Schools
Lois Huffman Page County High School
Wednesday, April 27, 2022 is Administrative Professional's Day, but we are celebrating our unsung heroes all week long. Ms. Sabrina Taylor --Administrative Professional--Luray Elementary School Ms. Sabrina Taylor has served Page County Public Schools for 22 years. During this time she has held many positions, all within Luray Elementary School. Thank you, Ms. Taylor, for your dedication to Page County Public Schools. You are appreciated.
23 days ago, Page County Public Schools
Thank you for all you do everyday
Congratulations to LHS senior, Lacey Taylor, for participating in the All-State Choir event in Richmond this past weekend. Not only did she pass the audition to be a part of this prestigious ensemble, but was the top scoring soprano in all of District 5! We are so proud of you!
23 days ago, Page County Public Schools
Lacey Taylor
lacey taylor at choir assessment
April is Autism Acceptance Month: April is Autism Acceptance Month! Autism Acceptance Month aims to foster acceptance and to ignite change through improved support and opportunities for individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). This month is a good time to investigate Autism Acceptance Month resources and access the Virginia Commonwealth University Autism Center for Excellence resources. The most recent information from the CDC’s Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Network shows that 1 in 44 eight-year-old children have an ASD. What can you do to Learn the Signs and Act Early? . Resources: https://ttaconline.org/Event/29xsixzmjHrGc2R_rlJuZg/Event-autism-acceptance-month-april-2022-national-today--autism-society-of-central-virginia VCU Autism Center for Excellence: http://www.vcuautismcenter.org/ CDC's Autism Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Network: https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/70/ss/ss7011a1.htm?s_cid=ss7011a1_w Learn the signs and act early: https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/actearly/index.html
23 days ago, Page County Public Schools
Autism Acceptance Month
Wednesday, April 27, 2022, is Administrative Professionals Day, but we are honoring our unsung heroes all week long! Ms. Kelly Turner-- Page County Middle School Ms. Kelly Turner has been with Page County Public Schools for the past 20 years. Over those 20 years she she has worked in the kitchen at Springfield, PALS, Pre-K Assistant, Luray Middle School Assistant, then secretary. She then took the position of Bookkeeper at Luray High School, and now serves as Bookkeeper at Page County Middle School. Ms. Turner has two children, Makenzie (25) and Kanaan (5) She enjoys spending time with her family just grilling and hanging out. She loves to watch the bond that her daughter and son have with one another. Ms. Turner says the best part about her job as the Bookkeeper (Administrative Professional) is helping others. She especially loves the kids who stop in the office just to say hello and share their day. She says, "I'm glad they can confide in me, and I have grown a close bond with some of them." Thank you, Ms. Turner, for your years of dedication to Page County Public Schools. You are appreciated.
23 days ago, Page County Public Schools
Kelly Turner Page County Middle School
This is a reminder that tonight, Thursday, April 28, 2022, is the regularly scheduled school board meeting. The meeting will be held at the Central Office Board Room 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/2opdrmxscV1bWHgN6 View LIVE: https://www.youtube.com/c/PageCountySchools/live
23 days ago, Page County Public Schools
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Wednesday, April 27, 2022, is Administrative Professionals Day, but we are celebrating our professionals all week long. Ms. Charlotte Stidham--Luray Middle School Mrs. Stidham has been with Page County Public Schools for the past 15 years, serving at Luray Elementary, Luray High, and now serves at Luray Middle School. She says when she is not working she enjoys reading, crafts, playing Bingo, yard sales and craft shows. Ms. Stidham has four children, and says they are her greatest accomplishment in life. If she could go anywhere in the world, she'd go to Hawaii. She's never had the opportunity to go, but has had several friends travel there and she loves to look at their pictures. Thank you, Ms. Stidham, for your dedication to Page County Public Schools. You are appreciated.
24 days ago, Page County Public Schools
Charlotte Stidham--Luray Middle School
Wednesday, April 27,2022, is Administrative Professionals Day, but we are honoring our unsung heroes all week long! Mrs. Robin Cubbage--Springfield Elementary School Mrs. Cubbage has been with Page County Public Schools for the past 27 years. She spent her first 16 years at Luray Elementary School as a Title 1 Math Instructional Assistant. She says she enjoyed her time there with the kindest students and staff. She was awarded the opportunity to move to Springfield Elementary School in 2011, and has been there every since. She says, "I love Springfield. Everyone works so hard to ensure they provide the best for each and every student. My favorite part is interacting with the students, staff and parents." When asked what motivates her, she said, "I love to help others by doing things that might make their day better or easier." When she's not at Springfield, you can find her spending time with her family, especially her three grandchildren! Thank you, Mrs. Cubbage, for all that you do for the Springfield Community. We couldn't do it without you!!
24 days ago, Page County Public Schools
Robin Cubbage --Springfield  Elementary
Congratulations to both Luray and Page County High School Class of 2022 students who participated in the LFCC recognition ceremony last night. These students were recognized for their accomplishments within the Lord Fairfax Dual Enrollment program. Congratulations on all of your hard work!
24 days ago, Page County Public Schools
LHS and PCHS students LFCC
Happy Administrative Professional's Day. To all of our Administrative Professionals with PCPS, we say, Thank You for all you do each and every day. You are a vital part of our school system, and we wouldn't be able to do our jobs without you! You are appreciated!!
24 days ago, Page County Public Schools
Happy Administrative Professionals Day
Wednesday, April 27, 2022, is Administrative Professionals Day. We at PCPS are honoring our unsung heroes all week long. Ms. Beth Rowe--Page County High School Ms. Rowe has been working within the division since 2008. She has served in the cafeteria, as a substitute, an Instructional Assistant, Accounts Payable Clerk, and currently serves as the Administrative Professional at Page County High School. When asked, What is your favorite food? Ms. Rowe responded, "Spaghetti!!" Outside of school, Ms. Rowe enjoys practicing karate (she is a brown belt in Go ju Ryu) and her Medieval European Martial Arts Guild Class. Ms. Rowe also enjoys reading, painting and drawing. Thank you, Ms. Rowe, for your dedication to Page County Public Schools. You are appreciated.
25 days ago, Page County Public Schools
Page County High School Beth Rowe