Did you miss watching a loved senior graduate? Do you want to watch it again? Click Southwestern High Graduation to view the May 20, 2022 ceremony for the SWHS Warrior Class of 2022 or click Pulaski County High Graduation to view the PCHS Maroons Class of 2022. CONGRATULATIONS Seniors!!!!!
Pulaski County and Southwestern High celebrate its 20th year for the Society of Character. The mission of the Society of Character is to recognize a male and female junior or senior who have exemplified outstanding character in their respective sport. Each recipient was selected by their coach/coaches on outstanding character, academic excellence, sportsmanship, and involvement in their school and the community.
Pulaski County Schools hosted the annual Spelling Bee on Tuesday, February 22, 2022. Participants represented the Pulaski County School District, Science Hill Independent School District, Somerset Christian School and Somerset Independent School District. All participants did an outstanding job with Sidney Debord (Northern Elementary) as Winner and Olyvia Keck (Hopkins Elementary) as Runner Up.
Many of our families have received notification from USAC that EBB benefits have expired and that you need to reapply. This is the program that provided families with discounts on home Internet service and the option to buy devices at discounted prices. If you have received this letter and need to reapply, click HERE for a step-by-step guide on completing the online application. If you need a district letter confirming your child's eligibility under the CEP program, please contact your school to request this letter.
The Pulaski County School System is offering a $1,000 reward for anyone providing information leading to the arrest of an individual in connection to the theft of tools and a backhoe from Pulaski County
Pulaski County Schools are partnering with Kentucky Educational Development Corporation and other Eastern Kentucky School districts in a toy and supply drive for the Kentuckians in Western Kentucky that were affected by the storms over the weekend. It is called "Stuff the Bus". Donations of toys and supplies may be dropped at any Pulaski County School or the Pulaski County Central Office. These toys and supplies will be caravaned over on Monday December 20. If you have any questions please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 606-679-1123.
Pulaski Schools recently held its 2020 Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony at Pulaski County High School. Pulaski School System is proud to honor the rich heritage of academic, athletic, and civic contributions made by those who have attended or have had long-term associations with the PC School System from past and present. Five individuals and two teams were honored by being inducted into the Hall of Fame for 2020.
Pulaski Elementary fifth grade students worked to collect non-perishable food items to help all of the hospital workers to have a treat to provide strength and to remind them that they are appreciated and loved. Pictured are Mr. Josh Wheeler, Ms. Sharon Young, accepting baskets on behalf of LCRH, Mrs. Cindy Dick, Mrs. Cassi Coffey, and Mrs. Jennifer Moody.
The PCHS Volleyball Team, with coach McKenzie McCollum, put together 72 goody bags to be handed out to health care workers and staff at Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital. The team wanted to take this on as a community project to show their appreciation for the hard work and tireless hours spent during this pandemic and it was truly a success.