Pulaski County Schools wishes all of our students and families a safe, happy and healthy spring break!
Do you need a Wi-Fi connection to access and return your iLearn lessons? If so, stop by one of our school campuses to connect with the district network. Pulaski County Schools has made our network available to students and staff without having to enter a building. To see school maps that identify the hotspot areas as well as instructions on how to login to the network, click http://www.pulaski.net/docs/district/Notices/WiFi Hotspots.pdf
Pulaski County Schools want to assist our families in coping to the necessary changes to prevent the transmission of COVID-19. School Guidance Counselors and Family Resource/Youth Services Center staff are available daily from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Do not hesitate to contact school staff if you need assistance! If you need emergency medical assistance, please contact 911 or the local emergency room. Also available are a Suicide Prevention hotline (1-800-273-TALK) and Text Crisis Line (just text 741741) for support. Click the above article title for more information and links to resources.
If you have contacted your school to request meals during our #iLearnPulaski Days and plan to pick those up at the community drop-off location, please click HERE for the list of locations.
CHANGES as of Friday, March 27: Beginning the week of March 30, meal pickup and meal delivered to site locations will only be on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Meals picked up/delivered on Tuesdays and Thursdays will include meals for multiple days.
April 14- 6th grade Language Arts Classes
April 15- 8th grade Language Arts Classes
April 16- 7th grade Language Arts Classes
April 17- Make Up Day
Vision: College/Career Readiness for ALL
E – Engaged and Active Learners
P – Problem Solvers
I – Interested and Motivated Students
C – Creative & Critical Thinkers, Collaborators, and Communicators