For PCPS Students and Families:
Page County Public Schools has developed a proposed Strategic Plan and would like to offer this plan for your review and comment. A copy of the plan has been placed at each school for anyone wishing to review it in person. Please contact your school to schedule a time to come in. If you wish to view the strategic plan online, you may do so at https://5il.co/gwtm. Questions regarding the Strategic Plan may be sent to email@example.com . There will also be a scheduled time at the next school board meeting for public comment on this topic. Thank you, and please share.
As students and families set out on summer adventures, Page County Public Schools has compiled a list of resources to keep students learning through the summer months. Please see the links below to help continue student learning. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xId-KymQE1QIL764GkpCbY7nv1simacUm98cGRfVUGc/edit https://whro.org/classroom Please share these links with others who may find them helpful during the summer months.
This is a message from Page County Public Schools. End of the year report cards will be mailed today, Friday, May 29, 2020. The PowerSchool parent portal will be turned off for the summer while we work on student schedules for 2020-21. We wish everyone a safe and healthy summer!
For those wishing to join the school board meeting this evening scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Please use the information below: Topic: PCPS School Board Mtg. 5-27-20 Time: May 27, 2020 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/74313459084?pwd=WTdqV2l4VVFIVEhRMCsyaTk1Q3NGUT09 Meeting ID: 743 1345 9084 Password: 6w1UsF
This Thursday night at 7PM, tune into @WHSVnews , as they will be broadcasting a Student Athlete of the Week end of the year special on http://WHSV.com! WHSV will honor all of this year's student athletes of the week, including our very own: Tristan Gordon!
In order to continue registration for VPI Pre-K enrollment you may visit LHS today from 8:30 to 2:30 p.m. and Stanley Elementary on Thursday and Friday, all of which are functioning as a drive through. We are able to open things up a bit, and you may come in to fill out the paperwork. Please note the following documents needed for registration. Proof of residency The original birth certificate (No copies) W2 or Taxes from 2019 Please share
Shared to you from PACA. A training about youth tobacco and nicotine prevention for parents, teachers, and community members. https://youtu.be/AHHn6z5wnYg
PAGE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS COMMUNITY: The meals for delivery on Friday are packed and ready to go out. Please note that due to Memorial Day, these bags include 5 days of meals. We will deliver again on Wednesday, May 27th. Stay safe. Please share.
The regularly scheduled school board meeting for May 27, 2020, has been changed to 5 p.m. Closed Session, and Open Meeting at 6:30 p.m. at the Page County School Board Office.
Thanks to Charles King Photographer/Videographer, we are able to share a few highlights from both Page and Luray High School's "graduation" ceremonies. Just a sneak peek of what is to come. Check it out!! Congratulations, Class of 2020, you did it! We are all so proud of you! https://ckingphotography.smugmug.com/Client-Galleries/Events/Page-County-High-School/n-cHRnn8/2020-Graduation/ https://ckingphotography.smugmug.com/Client-Galleries/Events/Luray-High-School/n-HTbGxq/2020-Graduation
Airing now on TV. Please Share. "Graduate Together." https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/VADOE/bulletins/28ba7db
For those wishing to join the regularly scheduled school board meeting this evening, please use the information below to log in to the Zoom meeting. Please share. Topic: PCPS School Board Mtg. 5-11-20 Time: May 11, 2020 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/75093463585?pwd=ZUYrcXZXM2FwaTBqVTB1NWxlUkg3UT09 Meeting ID: 750 9346 3585 Password: 3Atpjg
Let's Chalk About Mental Health. In observation of Mental Health Month, here are some resources you may find helpful from PACA.
Looking for a summer job? Check this out!!
Congratulations to Page County High School! PCHS ranked 2nd among mid-sized schools and 12th overall in the nation on the W!SE Financial Literacy certification test.
Dear Class of 2020 Students & Families, Thank you for your responses to the survey and suggestions that have been provided. Based on feedback we have received, we have been working to get additional guidance on the number of people that can attend the filming with the graduate. We are pleased to announce that the graduate can now have up to 14 guests present for the filming. All attendees will be required to maintain proper social distancing and everyone is encouraged to wear a mask or face covering for protection. Please remember that we are still making plans to hold an in-person graduation once large gatherings are permitted. In the meantime, the celebration video is an opportunity for the graduate to celebrate with family and friends on the actual graduation date of May 30, 2020. The video will encompass various pieces including students walking across stage, speeches by the valedictorian and salutatorian, academic recognition, and other special features that we hope you enjoy.The final video will premiere on YouTube at the original graduation time for each high school. It has been, and will continue to be, our goal to give the Seniors the recognition they deserve for their hard work over the past thirteen years. Please share.
Dear Class of 2020 Students & Families, Yesterday, Page County Public Schools released information regarding plans for a virtual celebration in an effort to honor this year’s graduating class. This celebration was designed to be something extra for the Class of 2020, not in place of a traditional in-person graduation. On Tuesday, May 5, 2020, division officials participated in a conference call with State Superintendent of Education Dr. James Lane and Secretary of Education Qarni regarding commencement exercises. During this meeting, school divisions were told to use caution if they were planning for traditional in-person graduation ceremonies because it was highly unlikely that the Governor will be allowing for such large gatherings in the near future. School divisions were encouraged to model procedures used by Louisa County. In an effort to follow all the safety protocols for physical distancing during the filming, students and guests were limited to 5 (graduate & 4 guests) because 4 other school personnel and the videographer will also be present in the gymnasium (maximum is 10). Both high schools have been in touch with Jostens to try and ensure every student's graduation regalia will be available at the time of filming. The filming of the virtual celebration was scheduled for next week in order to be completed in time for students to share with their families on the original graduation date. This video will include other graduation components and special recognition. Seniors will be receiving a survey this week to seek their feedback regarding future graduation possibilities. Page County Public Schools is still prepared to conduct an in-person graduation ceremony once we are allowed to do so - whenever that may be. Again, our intention with the virtual celebration was to provide an additional way to recognize our Seniors. We hope the video serves as a memento. Additionally, each high school has purchased yard signs, hosted “Be the Light” nights, and has been posting senior spotlights on all social media platforms. It has been and will continue to be our goal to give the Seniors the recognition they deserve for their hard work over the past thirteen years.
Important Information Regarding the Class of 2020.
Page County Public Schools would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our hard-working, dedicated teachers. Since we are not able to be in school this year, we'd like to encourage you and your child to participate in our own little "Thank You" recognition for our division. Sometime this week, have your child write a note or make a card/poster, take a picture and post it in the comments. So that everyone sees the participation, please submit the pictures in the comments on the Page County Public Schools Facebook Page for all of us to enjoy. Please share.