MASKS REQUIRED: Because the COVID-19 incident rate in Pulaski County is greater than 25 cases per 100,000, masks are required for staff and students the week of January 31 - February 4, 2022. Masks are also required at the ATC.
Members of Pulaski County's FBLA chapter (Future Business Leaders of America) recently visited Shopville Elementary. During the visit, members designed and taught a lesson plan for Christmas and donated various presents.
Our next live broadcast will be on Tuesday, January 4th at 7 p.m. vs Lincoln County. You can access the game by going to Youtube and searching for Maroon Sports Network or simply by clicking the following link. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb3fF-x34yRI_iWo1SyMkKw
Commonwealth Journal by Janie Slaven: The Pulaski County School System is expressing their appreciation for the community support they received participating in the toy and supply drive to help survivors of the December 11 tornado outbreak in western Kentucky.
Pulaski County Schools collected items as part of the "Stuff the Bus" campaign coordinated through Kentucky Educational Development Corporation and other Eastern Kentucky school districts, which then traveled by caravan to the impacted counties on December 20. Read the entire article HERE Click the article title to see photos.
Pulaski County High will provide a safe, supportive environment to meet the individual needs of all students and ensure they are transition ready.