The Feud for Food is a two-week annual food drive competition within the Pulaski County Schools where the winner gets possession of the Compassion Cup trophy until next year. Students and staff across the district donate non-perishable food items that are distributed to families through community agencies and local churches.
Since the Feud began twenty-one years ago, the students and staff of Pulaski County Schools have collected 1,302,532 food items for families in our community. This year, the North and South Schools collected a combined total of 57,662 food items with the south collecting the most to win the Compassion Cup.
The students from Memorial Education Center entertained Pulaski County staff with their talents and smiles before their holiday break.
Noah's Ark Storage - Kentucky graciously made a large clothing donation to all 12 FRYSC Centers in Pulaski County Schools, even taking the the time to select clothing to match the school's colors. Pulaski County Schools are grateful for businesses, like Noah's Ark Storage, who take the time to give back and invest in our students by helping to meet basic needs.
The Kentucky Summative Assessment (KSA) scores have been released and Pulaski County Schools is a high ranking district in Kentucky. Overall, our elementary schools rank within the top 6%, middle schools within the top 10%, and high schools within the top 17%. We're proud of our students, teachers, and staff, and we're grateful for the support we receive from our community partners! We strive to meet the needs of each child, and continuously improve their educational experiences. Way to Go Pulaski County Schools!
PCHS FCCLA hosted the 2022-23 Fall Region 14 Meeting at East Somerset Baptist Church on September 27, 2022. Pulaski won the spirt of Regiona 14 with 2nd in Visiual, 2nd in Cupcakes, 1st in Knoledge bowl. There were over 170 in attendance including members and advisors from 9 schools, including Taylor, Somerset, Southwestern, Campbellsville, Wayne, Cumberland, Adair, Clinton, and Pulaski. $333.53 was raised towards the Kentucky State Scholarship Fund and Rae of Sunshine for FCCLA