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Click here to order this year's yearbook. The cost of the yearbook is $55. The deadline to order is June 2nd, and the deadline to order personalized covers is March 10th. Any questions, email Ms. Gentry.

Anyone wanting to ride the pep bus to North Laurel should stop by the front office to get a permission form.  Permission forms are due back by Monday.  Please turn in to either Mr. Miller, Mr. Murray or Mr. Foister.

Also, you must purchase your ticket to the game online.  Cost is $5 after fees.  The link to purchase is as follows: 

Hoops for a Cause

Join us for the PCHS and SHS rivalry game, Friday 12/17. There will be no admission fee for this game. Donations and gift cards will be accepted at the gate and will be donated to Tornado victims in Western KY. 

Parents/Guardians: Students are receiving Youth Service Center Surveys Wednesday, 12/8 in their first period class. We ask that you please complete these anonymous surveys and send them back to school with your student. We need 80% participation, please do your part to help us reach our goal. 

Picture Days 

Nov 8th & Nov 15th

picture days

💻 Last day to register without a late fee is November 15th! 

Families must meet low or now income financial requirements to qualify. All who register MUST follow all guidelines listed below. NO EXCEPTIONS and NO EXTENSIONS will be given to anyone. You MUST wear a mask (unless you have a medical exemption) and you must practice social distancing when in line inside the buildings or outside in line. PLEASE DO NOT BRING ADDITIONAL PEOPLE WITH YOU. If you have no one to watch your children during sign-ups and they must attend with you, please make sure they follow all COVID safety guidelines, as well. Please bring a pen with you.

Click the Heading for a list of requirements for eligibility and meeting times and locations.


The Pulaski County School District has decided to participate in the Kentucky Incentives for Prevention (KIP) Student Survey. The survey is funded by the Kentucky Division of Behavioral Health with the support of the Governor's Office of Drug Control Policy and the Federal Center for Substance Abuse Prevention. It is designed to assess alcohol and drug use among students in grades 6, 8, 10, and 12. The survey is completely voluntary and will be used for school planning and program development.

The Pulaski County School District is participating in this important project because we believe young people's use of these substances is a serious issue for our communities. We encourage you to support this project by agreeing to let your student participate in the survey. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to call your student's school coordinator, Annie Wheeldon at 606-676-0164. Thank you for your cooperation.

Please fill out this form only if you DO NOT give permission for your student to participate in the survey by October 15, 2021. The KIP Survey will be administered to all PCHS 10th and 12th grade students on October 21st.

Seniors please go to your 12th Grade Google Classroom page and vote on this year's homecoming candidates.  The voting window will close this Friday, August 27th at the end of the day.


Dear Parent/Guardian: Please help the Youth Services Center continue to meet the needs of our students and their families by answering the following questions. The results of this survey will assist us in having programs and activities that meet your needs. The goal is to meet the needs of all children and their families served by the centers as a means to enhance student academic success. If you have any questions, please contact the Youth Services Center (606) 676-0164.
Thank you, Annie Wheeldon & Wendy Monsanto