PCSSD has a 100% online school for students in K-12. This program provides flexibility in coursework with self-paced options, mentoring programs, and curriculum delivery flexibility. Learn more: https://dva.pcssd.org/o/driven/page/about-dva #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
School Choice applications are available on our website for students and families who currently live outside of PCSSD lines. If you would like to join our PCSSD family, school choice applications are accepted through May 1. https://www.pcssd.org/page/school-choice #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
Building for the Future is a series of 9 projects funded by a bond restructuring passed by voters in 2021. Some projects are already underway while others are still to come, but we are excited for what is planned at PCSSD. https://www.pcssd.org/page/building-for-the-future #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
January is School Board Appreciation Month. Thank you to Wendy Potter for her service to PCSSD and our students. In her spare time, Ms. Potter enjoys sewing, the Razorbacks, vinyl crafts, and DIY projects. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
STEM is an important initiative across PCSSD that encourages students to collaborate, persevere and think critically. The monthly STEM is LIT challenges combine reading with STEM lessons to understand how everything works together. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
Special shout out to our Lexia Legends at Maumelle Middle for this week! These students have worked really hard to achieve at least 30 units in Lexia. It takes a lot to do so and we appreciate all of their efforts and time they spent completing the challenge! Go Stingers!!! 6th Grade Porter, Dax Smith, Trinity Vallas, Rose Williams, Tahaji Wallace, Courtney Weng, Elaine Salgado, Isabella Collier, Nahla Sanders, Khloe Elliott, Olivia Price, Stone Juarez, Yamilet Joyner, Jhase Johnson, Rochelle Adebayo, Marley Clausen, Emmeline Fuller, Cailyn Walker, Nicholas Woolfolk, Kahliya Lenahan, Liam-Michael Quarrels, Courtney Coiley, Daya Eaton, Desmond Gilliam, Donovan Harrill, Abigail Dallas, Leilah Kennedy, Anthony Ivory, Judah 7th Grade Martin, Casey West, Addison Stewart, Adleigh Larsen, Declan 8th Grade Culler, Ambria Tran, BaoNgoc Brown, Caleb Hawkins, Zechariah Freeman, Kenley Nguyen, Dat Gonzalez, Elena Henderson, Isabella Roberts, Tatum Eggins, Nessa Brown, Arabella Sherman, Ashton Warrior, Levi Johnson, Makenna Boyd, Sasha Reese, Serena Parsons, Amari Austin, Jack McKee, Jericho Sullivan, Jacob White, Jameson Forte, Kendyl Rufus, Kaleb Smith, Ka'Mara Dearasaugh, Owen Valdez, Ayden Csege, Adam Murray, Jordan Richie, Jaylen Barber, Anderson Drost, Anabelle Durnal, Abigail Laek, Anjali Stewart, Bryson Greiman, Cayden Noble, Cohen Quarrels, Cameron Harris, Destiney Williams, Elijah Samson, Haley Lasker, Iya Lambert, Jared Lane, Jaimeson Morris, Ja'Hailey Torian, Jacob Clausen, Katelyn Punio, Kyle Kenneth McAlister, Kalex Smiley, Kaliyah Hines, Montgomery Childers, Nina Piggee, Nevaeh Hankins, Olivia Rodtnick, Riley Scott, Chloe Miguet, Gavin Stogner, Makaila Webb, Lamar Nuniss, Davine' Blackwell, Beau McRae, Sydnee S Jordan, Davian Young, Jeffrey Stuard, Jamion Ruehr, Andrew Swanigan, Jaida
PCSSD has been implementing PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports) to teach kids behavioral expectations, just as we teach about other subjects. This system has improved learning and behavioral outcomes for all students. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
Did you know that PCSSD is an AVID school district? We emphasize career and college readiness through strategies and programs at each grade level to encourage critical thinking and practice organizational and note taking skills. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
The Maumelle High School counselors are excited to meet with the 8th graders in a few weeks for high school registration. They will talk to 8th graders during the school day on February 7 and will be available during Parent/Teacher Conferences on February 7 and 9 from 4:00-6:00 PM. Thank you! Go Stingers!!!
Cheer tryouts are coming soon at Maumelle High School. These are open to current 8th - 11th grade students. Parents must attend an interest meeting to learn more in order to try out. Please choose one of the following: Wednesday, January 25 | 6-7 P.M. *or* Wednesday, February 15 | 6-7 P.M. Both meetings will be held virtually: meet.google.com/vzs-gowd-hkt
January is School Board Appreciation Month. Thank you to Eli Keller for his service to PCSSD and our students. In his spare time, Mr. Keller enjoys exercising. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
January is School Board Appreciation Month. Thank you to Heather Smith for her service to PCSSD and our students. In her spare time, Ms. Smith enjoys fishing, hunting, golfing and traveling to the lake an beach with her family. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
PCSSD is committed to providing students with learning experiences to prepare them for college/career readiness. If you would like to join our PCSSD family, school choice applications are accepted through May 1. https://www.pcssd.org/page/school-choice #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
Attention parents, is your child interested in trying out for cheer, dance or pep squad next year? If so, you must attend a mandatory parent information meeting. There are 2 more options to join virtually (no in-person option): January 19 or February 1. **This is for rising 6th - 8th graders (current 5th, 6th and 7th grades)** The link for all meetings is meet.google.com/egr-mxnj-gxm. Cheer contact: Ashley Washam, firstname.lastname@example.org. Pep/Dance contact: Lasuandra Williams, email@example.com.
Valentine Grams are currently on sale from now until February 3. Stuffed animals are one for $3.00 and a set of two for $5.00. Carnation flowers are $3.00 (white for Friendship, pink for I Like You and Red for I Love You). You may purchase your Valentine Gram before school in the front lobby area and during lunches in the cafeteria. Please have the exact amount your purchase ready. Go Stingers!!!
Special shout out to our Lexia Legends at Maumelle Middle for this week! These students have worked really hard to achieve at least 30 units in Lexia. It takes a lot to do so and we appreciate all of their efforts and time they spent completing the challenge! Go Stingers! 6th Graders Smith, Trinity Kennedy, Anthony Nguyen, Thanh Williams, Tahaji Keeling, Jayla Weng, Elaine Elliott, Olivia Stout, Carly Ward, Mason Lane, Jayce Nichols, Jace Juarez, Yamilet Stolzer, Gavin Lenahan, Liam-Michael Joyner, Jhase Eaton, Desmond Collier, Nahla Miles, Sidney Kewou- Djomgoue, Ange Sanders, Khloe Vallas, Rose Adebayo, Marley Clausen, Emmeline Wallace, Courtney Warrior, Isaac Price, Stone Whitaker-Swink, Jillian Gonzalez, Camila Coiley, Daya Bryant, Lukas Samson, Jastin Ingram, Damen Dallas, Leilah Johnson, Rochelle Hervey, Kennedy Byers, Q'Marr 7th Graders Bounnharat, Cruz Pounds, Tyler Bennett, Skylar Rodtnick, Ally Williams, Iyanna McMahan, Charles Vayson, Keenan Wade, Corben Larsen, Declan Williams, Tori Acker, Kaitlyn Maldonado, Nahla Pickett, Jackson Webb, Peyton Gable, Corbin Witham, Skyler Stewart, Adleigh Morgan, Ebony 8th Graders Martinez Cruz, Ana Paola Warrior, Levi Casson, Elizabeth Stewart, Bryson Jordan, Davian Benedetto, Benjamin Nuniss, Davine' Forte, Kendyl Williams, Karrington Valdez, Ayden Lasker, Iya Freeman, Kenley Johnson, Makenna Kaplan, Aislin Gonzalez, Elena Laek, Anjali Parker, Ar'Ryeunna Dallas, Cannon Noble, Cohen Sullivan, Jacob Smith, Ka'Mara Samura, Serrima Eggins, Ava Drost, Anabelle Durnal, Abigail Watson, Alice Rochelle, Brody Greiman, Cayden Harris, Destiney Samson, Haley Austin, Jack Lambert, Jared McKee, Jericho Morris, Ja'Hailey Summers, Josie Torian, Jacob White, Jameson Clausen, Katelyn Punio, Kyle Kenneth Dearasaugh, Owen Hankins, Olivia Ruple, Reece Reese, Serena Roberts, Tatum Miguet, Gavin Stogner, Makaila Nguyen, Dat Webb, Lamar Cooper, Zariyah Blackwell, Beau Csege, Adam Hoffmann, Chase Young, Jeffrey Stuard, Jamion Reece, Tori Ruehr, Andrew Madden, Johnathyn
Today is Kid Inventors Day! PBIS Kids recently sent instructions for making a bottle thermometer - what a fun way to incorporate STEM into at-home activities! #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
Today we honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the impact he had on our country. He was a leader in the Civil Rights movement and across America. Today we celebrate his life and lasting impact. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Human trafficking is a broad term meaning the use of force/fraud/coercion to exploit another person for the purpose of forced labor or sex trafficking. www.state.gov/what-is-trafficking-in-persons #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
Just a reminder PCSSD schools and district offices will be closed on Monday, January 16 in observation of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. We will resume operations on Tuesday, January 17. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence