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First Responders that attended the PCHS "Serving Those that Serve You" breakfast.
Serving Those that Serve You
Updated on 10/02/2017
On Thursday, September 28th members of Pulaski County High School’s FBLA chapter teamed up with the JROTC chapter to host a breakfast for service personnel. The breakfast was held in honor of all the hard work and sacrifices that the service personnel make on a daily basis to ensure that our community is safe and our many freedoms can be enjoyed. Overall, 56 service personnel attended the breakfast. FBLA members helped serve refreshments, emptied trays, cleaned tables and gave each attendee a Survival Kit that showed Pulaski County’s appreciation. 
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Mission Vision Purpose
Input Requested: District Mission & Vision
Updated on 09/19/2017
The Pulaski County School District requests your input regarding its Vision, Mission, Purpose, and Belief statements. Click "Read More" to share your ideas. 
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Hall of Fame
Hall of Fame Nominations
Updated on 09/12/2017
The purpose of the Pulaski County School System Hall of Fame is to recognize and honor the rich heritage of academic and athletic contributions made by those who have attended or had long term associations with the Pulaski County School System. We wish to honor those who have displayed extraordinary contributions and accomplishments by inducting them as honored members of the Pulaski County School System Hall of Fame. 
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Ms. Littrell and Trystan Bullock
SWHS Student Awarded Semifinalist in Essay Contest
Updated on 09/05/2017
Each spring, the Ayn Rand Institute holds an essay contest inviting students across the world to write thought-provoking essays in response to some of the late author’s novels. For several years now, Honors English II Students at Southwestern High School have been reading one of Ayn Rand’s most famous novels, Anthem, which has provided students with multiple opportunities for in-depth and insightful discussions and assignments in subjects such as government, ethics, equity vs. equality, free-will, and love.  
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Meredith Oakes
PCHS 2017 PEPP Program Student Spotlight
Updated on 09/05/2017
Lexington KY, June 14th – July 15th, 2017 Meredith Oakes of Pulaski County High School attended a highly competitive and very strenuous four and half week academic residential program at the University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center. This PEPP Scholar class’s average GPA was 3.98, with average overall ACT score of 28.1 and an average Science ACT score of 27.4. 
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Brandon Pruitt
SWHS 2017 PEPP Program Student Spotlight
Updated on 09/05/2017
Lexington KY, June 14th – July 15th, 2017 Brandon Pruitt of Southwestern High School attended a highly competitive and very strenuous four and half week academic residential program at the University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center. This PEPP Scholar class’s average GPA was 3.98, with average overall ACT score of 28.1 and an average Science ACT score of 27.4. 
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The Pulaski County School System will provide a safe, supportive environment to meet the individual needs of all students and ensure they are college and/or career ready.

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The Pulaski County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs or activities and provides equal access to designated youth groups.  Inquiries may be directed to the Pulaski County Title IX Coordinator and Assistant Superintendent, Pat Richardson.  He may be contacted at the district office, located at 501 University Drive, Somerset, KY 42503; by phone at 606-679-1123; or by email at patrick.richardson@pulaski.kyschools.us.

Superintendent's Message

Welcome back Pulaski County to another exciting school year!  Our successes continue and I expect even bigger and better things for 2017-2018.  

Districtwide, our schools remain at the forefront in state assessment as well as leaders in providing our students a wide range of academic and athletic opportunities through which we receive many state and national awards.

We have worked to add even more amazing opportunities to further prepare our students for future success.  For our youngest learners, we have additional new math teachers for our K-3 students; additional art and music teachers; and expanded science curriculums to further strengthen our award winning PLTW science programs.  For our emerging young adults, we have established partnerships with more colleges and universities for dual enrollment and college credit; are engaging students in apprenticeship programs to experience potential professions firsthand; and are expanding the Area Technology Center for more specialized training in career pathways.

Pulaski County Schools will again be using #iLearnPulaski days when school is closed but circumstances allow teachers to either deliver instruction digitally or through paper packets. Students are to complete their work in order for the day to count as an instructional day so make sure you look for information from your school about #iLearnPulaski days.

I encourage you to be actively involved with your child’s learning. Parents are valued partners in our schools.  You are always welcome and I hope you plan to visit your child’s school often.  I know you will like what you see. 

With the many excellent programs Pulaski County Schools has to offer, our students are poised to achieve as never before. This excites me and I hope everyone has a great year!

 

Steve Butcher, Superintendent


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