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Parents and Guardians, in addition to teachers, you must be genuinely involved in your children's education during the first two weeks. Routines established at home in this critical period profoundly affect the likelihood of success for the remainder of the year.  The following are some recommended things to do with your child(ren):

 

·         Daily conversations about school activities – this helps children recognize that you value their success in school;

·         Provide a quiet place for children to work on school assignments – to do so, please consider removing distractions like TV and videogames during this designated time;

·         Checking with teachers (see class syllabus for contact information) to make sure children are well prepared and ready to succeed.
Together, as partners in each child’s education, we can fulfill the school’s mission to ensure all students are college and career ready.
-adapted from Thomas R. Gusky article, Success, failure in first two weeks…  Herald Leader. 8/3/08

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April 18th- Registration Deadline March 13th
June 13th- Registration Deadline May 8th
FFA STATE



Pulaski County FFA Members traveled to Lexington, KY this June and attended the State FFA Convention at Rupp Arena.   Trista Brown received her State FFA Degree, competed in Horse Impromptu Speaking and was recognized for her Equine Science Entrepreneurship Proficiency application.  Casey Hargis competed in Floral Design Impromptu Speaking and Kyle Morrow competed in Goat Impromptu Speaking.  Casey and Kyle won the regional event which made them eligible to compete at state.  Both were first time competitors in these events!  Joe Taylor and Kendra Hamilton represented the Pulaski County FFA Chapter as delegates for state issues and state officer elections.  

 
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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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