The Emergency Broadband Benefit Program by the FCC provides a temporary discount on monthly bills for qualifying households. Recipients may receive up to $50/month discount on broadband service and associated equipment rental and a one-time discount of up to $100 for a laptop, tablet or desktop computer. Your household qualifies for this benefit if your service provider participates and if you have a Pulaski County Student in your home because our school system participates in USDA Community Eligibility Provision providing all students with free meals at school. Click on the article tilte for additional instrucitons. You can also visit the FCC website to apply.
Meals will be available for up to 7 days per week, May 24 - July 30, 2021. Pickup at Pulaski County High School available Monday - Friday only (weekend meals picked during the week). To be approved, complete and return the application to Mary Worley or Carylon Burdine. Participants must read the Sponsor Training Guide. Meals may be provided for children 18 and younger and persons age 19 - 21 participating in a school program who have a mental or physical disability. For additional information contact Food Services at 679-1123 or Charita Roberts at 679-3217. Click on the article title above for additional information.
Are you interested in being a bus driver? Pulaski County Schools is hiring with training available for CDL and KY state bus driver certifications. You must be 21, complete a Pulaski County Schools employment application, have a current KY driver license with a good driving record, have a high school diploma or GED, pass a DOT physical, and pass a drug test prior to the start of classes. Full time and part time positions available. For more information, call 606-679-1123 and ask for Barry Erp or Tim Woods in transportation.
Pulaski County Schools will provide a safe, supportive environment to meet the individual needs of all students and ensure they are ready for the transition to college or a career.