Brennan and Kyra teamed up with Jordyn and Emily (from Somerset High) to do a live broadcast at 106.1 FM on Monday, February 9th. The students discussed the issue of homelessness in Pulaski County and how they have decided to help. A sleepout for the homeless is scheduled for Friday, March 27th at First Baptist Church.
If interested in helping please see the contact information in the article below.
Kaylee Wilson, FBLA President, presented a challenge to the community at the February Chamber of Commerce Meeting. The challenge was to help our local homeless population to obtain the necessary clothing, food and shelter that they so desperately need. One way that students of Pulaski County High School and Somerset High School have decided to help is by organizing an event called CardBoard Nation. CardBoard Nation is a one night event held that members of the local community will sleep in a cardboard box to simulate being homeless. Even though it is only for one night, the goal of the event is to raise awareness and funds for the homeless in our community.
Date: Friday, March 27th
Time: 6:00 PM-6:00 AM
Place: First Baptist Church
To register or for more details join the Pulaski County CardBoard Nation Facebook page or e-mail one of the participating advisors at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pulaski County FFA officer team visited the Pulaski County Clerk's office this morning to say "Thank You" for promoting the AgTag donation in our community.
As taxpayers pay for farm tags on their vehicle, they may choose to donate $10 for the AgTag, a donation that is divided between FFA, 4-H and Kentucky Proud foundations. If you do not have farm tags, you may still make the donation. These great people can advise you on how to do so!
FFA members discussed the importance of these funds and how we use them to help with transportation to FFA Career Development Events throughout the year.
Pulaski County Officer Team includes: Casey Hargis- President, Andrew Hansford- Vice President, Kelsey Hargis- Secretary, Zach DeBord- Treasurer, Wyatt Ruckel- Reporter, Jordan Dillingham- Sentinel, Rachael Carlton- Historian, and Kendra Hamilton- Parliamentarian
PCHS Fashion Management class produces Winter Wonderland Fashion Show with over 50 DECA members modeling styles from 10 different stores. Producing the Fashion Show was a great learning experience involving students and the community.
Kellen Wilson signed his National Letter of Intent to continue playing golf next fall at the collegiate level with Lindsey Wilson College on Friday, January 29th.
Congratulations Kellen from your PC family.
PC's Dance Team attended Cheer Elite's Capital Cup Challenge held in Richmond @ EKU on Saturday, January 31st and came away with the following awards:
1st Place Pom
4th Place Jazz
1st (Katie Cook & Lindsey Dykes)& 2nd place (Zainab Al-qabandi & Kirra Cornejo) in Sr. Jazz Duets
6th place Jazz Solo Tawney Gould
5th place Jazz Solo Kirra Cornejo
1st place Lyrical Solo & Grand Champion Makayela Banks
3 Top Gun awards for dance off (1 by M. Banks & 2 by coach) and
Coach of the Year Award. Margaret Lafontaine
The next competition will be the KDCO State Competition on Feb 28th in Frankfort.
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2015 yearbooks can now be ordered for the NEW low price of $45. Just go to http://www.entourageyearbooks.com and search for Pulaski County High School.
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