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School Announcements and Information
ESPN U and the Maroons
Tickets for the Oct 10 ESPNU game are now on SALE!! Tickets can be picked up in the front office and cost $6 for general admission.† To purchase a seat there will be an additional $10 charge.† There are only 387 seats on our sidelines so bringing your own seat is highly recommended.

Please come out and support the football team as they battle the #1 running back in the nation "Mr. Damien Harris" and Madison Southern.


Governor's Scholars
Attention all Juniors:† Applications for the Governorís Scholars Program are now available.† Students may pick up a paper copy and information in the guidance office.


FFA Visits the Kentucky State Fair
Pulaski County FFA members attended the Kentucky State Fair August 14th & 15th. Members competed in Dairy Holding, Dairy Judging, Seed Identification, Nursery, Agronomy, Floriculture & Small Power Equipment.†† Small Power Equipment placed 4th in the state (Joseph Stigall, Brandon Pennington, Jordan Roark, and Casey Cornett) and Agronomy placed 11th(Kyle Morrow, Jordan Dillingham, Rachael Carlton, and Kendra Hamilton).†

All students did their best and enjoyed the exhibits.†



Excellence in Health Care
Senior Linda Duncan and Juniors Brianna Lipscomb and McKenzie Ball recently completed the University of Kentucky Area Health Care Education Summer Enrichment (AHEC) Program for exceptional students interested in health careers. Brianna and McKenzie were part of 26 incoming high school juniors and Linda was part of the 25 incoming seniors from around the state of Kentucky selected for the program from a pool of hundreds of applicants.† During these camps, these students participated in scientific lectures, lab work, tours of medical facilities, clinical shadowing rotations and were engaged in conversations with surgeons, doctors, physician assistants, nurses, researchers and physical therapists.†† Duncan, along with her research partner, developed a poster presentation based on their research regarding Hutchinson Gilford Progeria Syndrome that was presented to their peers and UK Medical staff.

†The UK AHEC works to support, train, recruit and retain the best health care professionals in the region.† The students were selected on a letter of recommendation, their academic record and letter of intent.† We are proud to have Brianna and McKenzie Ball represent PCHS at this health careers camp!





Marketing Mentors
Holly Hart recently spoke to the Fashion Marketing students at Pulaski County High School. Holly is the owner of Yellow Petal Boutique, an online clothing store. She also works in Sports Marketing for the Dallas Marathon. Holly spoke to students about online marketing techniques, and starting your own business. She also informed them about challenges and obstacles that can arise in the business world.

Jimmy Nelson recently spoke to the Advanced Marketing students at Pulaski County High School. Jimmy is the owner of all the Subway restaraunts in Somerset, as well as Paisley Lane boutique. Jimmy spoke to students about how to be successful and prosperous in the business world, and also how to be an ideal employee. Jimmy gave the students tips that will help them in whatever career path they choose, as well as tips on how to achieve a satisfying lifestyle.



Tutoring/Homework Help
Every Morning
from 7:45-8:10 in the
Maroon Lab!
2014-2015 ACT Dates
September 13th- Registration Deadline August 8th
October 25th- Registration Deadline September 19th
December 13th- Registration Deadline November 7th
February 7th- Registration Deadline January 9th
April 18th- Registration Deadline March 13th
June 13th- Registration Deadline May 8th
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Pulaski County High School Recognized


Pulaski County High School was recognized in Kentucky Teacher magazine for excellence in preparing students for college and career readiness.

Kentucky Department of Education Commissioner Terry Holliday designated PCHS as a hub school for others to follow the school's success.  “We want to share our journey and the steps taken to meet the vision of Pulaski County school district and KDE to graduate all students college- and career-ready,” said Pulaski County High Principal Mike Murphy.

The entire article can be read at the following link-www.kentuckyteacher.org/features/2013/10/high-schools-to-serve-as-community-hubs-for-others/

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