PCSSD
PCSSD will host a community meeting to discuss what coming back to school could and should look like this fall. Tune in Wednesday, July 1 at 8:30 am to hear from PCSSD community stakeholders. MEETING LINK: https://youtu.be/SXHRjEg8tgs
2 days ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
NOW HIRING! PCSSD has more than 50 job openings right now. Check out the openings to see if there's something that might be a good fit for you. http://ow.ly/ogZ150AhBkS
5 days ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Beating the summer slide can be done by some simple activities during the summer. Did you know cooking can help kids keep their math skills sharp? Have your kids help measure and mix while cooking dinner. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
6 days ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Beating the summer slide can be done by some simple activities during the summer. Did you know cooking can help kids keep their math skills sharp? Have your kids help measure and mix while cooking dinner.
6 days ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Teachers: Ever-changing technology is one of the most constant parts of education. Summer months are a great opportunity to learn new technologies and how to implement them in your classroom next school year! #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
7 days ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
PCSSD is following up on a previous survey sent earlier this month. Your responses to the survey are crucial as we plan for staffing, logistics, and safety precautions. The following survey is REQUIRED for all students. Parents must fill out one survey for each child who attends a PCSSD school. Please complete the survey by 5 p.m. on Friday, June 26. The survey has also been emailed to all parents. SURVEY: https://forms.gle/ALwVFMm6ePb36mz57
7 days ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
62% of kids say they enjoy summer reading so encourage your kids to spend some time in a book this summer. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
8 days ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Buildings may be closed, but registration is still open! Families with students returning to PCSSD must register. Registration information can be found online at pcssd.org/register. If you have questions, please contact Yolanda Richards at yrichards@pcssd.org.
9 days ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
It is important during summer months for students to find books that they enjoy reading. 90% of kids say they are more likely to finish a book that they pick out themselves. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
10 days ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Happy Father's Day!
11 days ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Beating the summer slide can be done by some simple activities during the summer. You could visit our local libraries to check out books or even take some classes. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
20 days ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
For many kids, wearing a mask might seem uncomfortable and scary. UAMS created book to help children adjust to why it's important to wear mask. It even includes activities to do with younger children. https://view.publitas.com/uams-1/my-teacher-wears-a-mask/page/1
20 days ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Every student should have their final report card. Parents of students in kindergarten and 1st grade received an email report card. Parents of students in grades 2 - 12 can find their child's report card in HAC. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
20 days ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
The summer slide overwhelmingly impacts kids from lower income families more than others. It is reported that by the end of the 5th grade, students from lower income families are often 2.5 years behind their peers. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
22 days ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
LAST CHANCE!! The final collection date for Chromebooks is Thursday, June 11 from 4-6 pm. To avoid any late fees, please drop off the device, charger, and bag at SYLVAN HILLS MIDDLE, ROBINSON MIDDLE, MILLS UNIVERSITY STUDIES HIGH or MAUMELLE HIGH. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
23 days ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Teachers spend valuable classroom time at the beginning of each school year to catch up students who have fallen behind where they should be. It can take 4-6 weeks to re-teach students the material they forgot. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
24 days ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
By the time students get to high school, the learning loss caused by the summer slide can create a performance gap of 2-5 years. But simply practicing some skills will keep your student sharp heading into next year. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
26 days ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
The summer slide is real and students can lose more than 2.5 months of math skills, 2 months of reading skills, and multiple grade levels of abilities without putting what they have learned this list year to practice. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
29 days ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Many students have already closed their books and won't open them again until school is back in session. This puts kids at risk of falling behind and lower standardized test scores. We will provide facts and tips to avoid the summer slide here. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
about 1 month ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Superintendent Dr. Charles McNulty and Shawn Burgess, assistant superintendent for human resources, discuss what it will look like for PCSSD to reopen for students in fall 2020. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=idmzAgdSNdE #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
about 1 month ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Congratulations to all our students from the superintendent's Cabinet at PCSSD! You are officially finished with the 2019-2020 school year. Check out this message of appreciation for you as head into summer break. https://youtu.be/1SlonalhXOU #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
about 1 month ago, PCSSD
Ryan Burgess
Reminder: Last Call Roll In is today. Time: 4:30 to 7:30. Place: Cafeteria entrance. If you have not turned in your chromebook please do so today at this time. Please make sure the device is charged and all accessories ( bag, charger, etc. ) are included in your return items.
about 1 month ago, Ryan Burgess
Ryan Burgess
The Last Call Roll In will be this Thursday, May 28th, from 4:30 to 7:30. There still are several chromebooks that have not been turned in. Please be reminded that you are responsible for the chromebook and chromebook accessories issued to your student. I encourage those that they still have chromebooks make arrangements to meet at the school during this time. The drop off point will at the cafeteria.
about 1 month ago, Ryan Burgess
Ryan Burgess
Yearbooks are ready for pickup and purchase today at the school from 4pm-7pm. The cost is $25. See Ms. Bingenhiemer when arrive on campus.
about 1 month ago, Ryan Burgess
Ryan Burgess
Please be reminded that the "Roll In" starts today. The time is 4pm-7pm. Today's group is 8th grade. Please fully charge the chromebooks. Your child's personal belongings will be returned to you today. The exception is items in the athletic lockers. Personal property in this area will be returned at a later date. Please refer to the posts on our website, mms.pcssd.org, and our Facebook page for details about the "Roll In " process.
about 1 month ago, Ryan Burgess
Ryan Burgess
The "Roll In" will begin tomorrow. The schedule is as follows: 8th grade, Monday May 18th , 7th grade Tuesday May 19th and 6th grade Wednesday May 20th. The time for "Roll In" will be 4pm-7pm each day. Information and guidance related to the "Roll In" is posted on our school's Facebook page and is coming to the web page soon.
about 1 month ago, Ryan Burgess
Maumelle Middle
Maumelle Middle staff missed ending the year with our students at school and in our classrooms. We're so proud of all of our students for their hard work this year. We can't wait to see everyone in the fall! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bhfO_Bd3mM&feature=youtu.be
about 1 month ago, Maumelle Middle
Ryan Burgess
Student "roll in" will begin Monday. Please gather all items for return this weekend. The items include chromebooks w/ bag and charger, library books, calculators, textbooks, etc. You will be given the personal contents of your child's locker at that time. More details to come.
about 1 month ago, Ryan Burgess
PCSSD
Five Pulaski County Special School District teachers are newly certified from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. https://www.pcssd.org/article/246726?org=pcssd #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
about 1 month ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, Cabinet sent us messages of thanks for their teachers. Check out the messages. **Thank you, teachers!** #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yRcs6j3vrx8&feature=youtu.be
about 1 month ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, we asked students to send us messages of thanks for their teachers. Check out these messages from students in our Maumelle Feeder: CRYSTAL HILL, PINE FOREST, OAK GROVE, MAUMELLE MIDDLE and MAUMELLE HIGH. **Thank You Teachers!** #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence http://ow.ly/4q0U50zxkUM
about 1 month ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Thank you to all of our PCSSD school nurses for caring for our students!
about 1 month ago, PCSSD
Maumelle Middle
Maumelle Middle School appreciates each and every one of our teachers. During Teacher Appreciation Week, a few of our students wanted to share a message of thanks just for you! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzScE4nSnX8&list=PLmQKbLpVDHMnkez_ijC8oD3JAbQQNBQFF&index=3
about 1 month ago, Maumelle Middle
PCSSD
This week is National Teacher Appreciation Week. While this year may be different, we all can still thank our teachers for all they are doing for our students. Thank you! #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
about 1 month ago, PCSSD
Ryan Burgess
AMI packets are due next Friday, May 8th. Please return your packet to the main entrance of the school between 4:30 and 6:30 pm. Contact me at rburgess@pcssd.org with any questions related to the AMI packets.
2 months ago, Ryan Burgess
Ryan Burgess
Band instrument return will be Monday, May 4th for Woodwinds and French Horns and Tuesday, May 5th for Trumpet, Trombone, Baritone and Tuba. The time of return is 4:30-6:30 on both days. Refer the email sent to you by Mrs. Poppelreiter and use the Sign Up Genius to schedule your appointment. All instruments must be inspected by a band director for proper check in.
2 months ago, Ryan Burgess
Kelly DeVun
Yearbooks will be shipped soon! More information regarding distribution will be provided soon. If you still need to purchase a yearbook, please visit www.jostens.com.
2 months ago, Kelly DeVun
PCSSD
Superintendent Dr. Charles McNulty explains the approach to updating the grading policy for students in PCSSD. Students and parents, watch the video to hear more about the reason for the change. https://youtu.be/tFiIWVNTTy4
2 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Superintendent Dr. Charles McNulty explains the approach to updating the grading policy for students in PCSSD. Students and parents, watch the video to hear more about the reason for the change. https://youtu.be/tFiIWVNTTy4
2 months ago, PCSSD
Maumelle Middle
Maumelle Middle School has a special message of encouragement for you all - in a pep rally format. We Miss You! Keep up the good work! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJCuCURjJYI&feature=youtu.be
2 months ago, Maumelle Middle
PCSSD
We're so thankful for all our volunteers at PCSSD! Unfortunately we are unable to host our annual volunteer banquet this year. But we are still so appreciative for every hour dedicated to helping our students grow! #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
2 months ago, PCSSD
Kelly DeVun
Since you can't come to our EAST night out, we will bring it to you! Check out some of the amazing things our students have done. https://sites.google.com/pcssd.org/mms-east-night-out-spring-2020/home
2 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Kelly DeVun
Does your child need to purchase a yearbook? Visit www.jostens.com to purchase one. Yearbooks are $30; and, can be purchased throughout the remainder of the school year. More information will be posted regarded yearbook delivery.
2 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Kelly DeVun
AMI packets are available for pick up today and tomorrow from 4:30 - 6:30 at MMS. Please remember that AMI packets are for our families that do not have internet services. All other students need to follow the posted schedule and meet with their teachers in the Google hangouts.
2 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Kelly DeVun
If you are experiencing any Chromebook issues, please contact Traci Matthews at tmatthews1379@pcssd.org.
2 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Maumelle Middle
Maumelle Middle School sure does miss its students right now! Administrators, teachers and staff teamed up to share a special message of encouragement for you all. We miss you! Keep up the good work, students! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YdSPWqvOPrw&list=PLmQKbLpVDHMm4j-iZuUB48Qx18kP2yqGN&index=34
3 months ago, Maumelle Middle
Kelly DeVun
Attention parents with internet access issues: This is a reminder that AMI packets will be available for pick-up at the school from 4:30-6:30 today. Please contact Mr. Burgess directly at rburgess@pcssd.org if you cannot make it so that reasonable accommodations can be made.
3 months ago, Kelly DeVun
PCSSD
Reminder! There is no school this Friday. Teachers have a professional development day.
3 months ago, PCSSD
Kelly DeVun
AMI packets will be available for pick up tomorrow, Thursday, April 16, from 4:30-6:30 at the school. This is only for students who do not have internet.
3 months ago, Kelly DeVun
PCSSD
Superintendent Dr. Charles McNulty provides an update on the AMI instructional calendar for the remainder of the year. Pay attention the dates - there are differences for seniors and K-11 students. https://youtu.be/Oacm5U-vBJQ #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
3 months ago, PCSSD
Kelly DeVun
Tomorrow from 5:30-6:30, students who need their instruments can pick them up. No one will be allowed inside. Distribution will happen as curbside pick-up. Please email the band directors to let them know you will be coming, include your child's name and instrument in the email.
3 months ago, Kelly DeVun
PCSSD
Don't forget this week's virtual spirit week activities! Show your school spirit and wear your school colors. Tag us so we can repost your picture. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
3 months ago, PCSSD
Maumelle Middle
Maumelle Middle sure does miss its students right now! Administrators, teachers and staff teamed up to share a special message of encouragement for you all. We miss you! Keep up the good work, students! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zdloLZ3gIBw&list=PLmQKbLpVDHMm4j-iZuUB48Qx18kP2yqGN&index=28&t=0s
3 months ago, Maumelle Middle
PCSSD
Arkansas Activities Association extended the "COVID-19 Dead Period" for all AAA member schools through May 30, 2020. This means that all teams are not allowed to practice, lift weights together, play games, or travel to competition. Athletic facilities are also closed. Spring sports competition remains suspended.
3 months ago, PCSSD
Kelly DeVun
Please see below regarding the intervention block.
3 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Maumelle Middle
This is National Assistant Principals Week. Thank you to Maumelle Middle School Assistant Principal Kelly DeVun. Mrs. DeVun is married and enjoys traveling, spending time with family, working in the yard, and going to Razorback games in her spare time. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
3 months ago, Maumelle Middle
Maumelle Middle
STUDENT EXPECTATIONS FOR AMI INSTRUCTION: We understand that many families may experience challenges in scheduling. The most important expectation is completing and submitting assignments as close as possible to when they are due. Teachers will offer digital face to face lessons with students 2-4 days per week. Students should make an effort to attend live instruction. Sessions will be recorded. Download suggested student expectations and AMI schedules here: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/652110/maumelle-middle-ami.pdf
3 months ago, Maumelle Middle
Kelly DeVun
Please see the schedule that we will be using as we are out during this time. Our aim is to present high quality learning experiences to our students during this period of social distancing. Please contact your child's teacher with and classroom concerns. Stay safe!
3 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Ryan Burgess
Important call out tonight regarding our school's instructional plan. It can be found under the documents tab on the webpage. Check it out.
3 months ago, Ryan Burgess
Maumelle Middle
Students who live near MAUMELLE MIDDLE principal, Mr. Burgess, left him a message on his driveway. The next day, Mr. Burgess responded with a message back to his students. How sweet! #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
3 months ago, Maumelle Middle
Ryan Burgess
Good morning MMS! This is Principal Burgess. Today we will resume schooling for our students. A lot of preparation has gone into creating a plan for delivering instruction to students which includes a new schedule to organize our instructional day. We will begin pushing out information today and contacting students directly about how their classes with be conducted on line. Our aim is to present high quality learning experiences to our students during this period of social distancing. It will require positive participation by all. Our home and school partnership is more important now than ever before and I know we are all up to the challenge! All communication outlets are available to use to contact the school including email. Your child's teacher will be your first point of contact with classroom concerns. Be on the lookout for information announcements and pump your kid up for a great "2nd" first day of school. Stay safe and as always "GO STINGERS!
3 months ago, Ryan Burgess
PCSSD
The Maumelle Fire Department is turning to Facebook to show students and families some of their equipment this morning! Firefighters are broadcasting at 10 a.m. and will display their state-of-the-art firetrucks, gear, and the firehouse. It is a great opportunity for students to learn about their community and those who serve and protect everyday. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
3 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
PCSSD will prepare and distribute meals all week at 20 different locations around the county. Pick up times for the meals will be 11:30am - 12:30pm. Reminder, these are only for children (18 & under) present at pick up. Full list can be found here: http://ow.ly/dP9N50z0mrm.
3 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Don't forget, AETN (Arkansas PBS) is providing in-home learning & activities w/ PBS KIDS educational programming starting today. Sign up for educational support: http://ow.ly/aNsN50yUEIe & check out more online resources: http://ow.ly/tQeY50yUEQU #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
3 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
A message from Superintendent Dr.Charles McNulty: He clarifies next steps for seniors, outlines 4th quarter grading and explains how PCSSD will continue to operate as AMI days start back up on Monday, March 30. https://youtu.be/JmdcwXNDqiE
3 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
This is the current list of locations where grab-and-go meals will be provided during the week of spring break (March 23-March 27). Thank you to World Central Kitchen, Clinton Presidential Center and the City of Little Rock, AR for the joint effort in feeding our children.
3 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Governor Hutchinson just announced that all schools K-12 in Arkansas will remain closed until April 17. We will update AMI plans, nutrition availability and more as soon as possible.
3 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Happy First Day of Spring!
3 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
March is Women's History Month. Prior to Hillary Rodham Clinton's time as First Lady of the United States, Secretary of State and New York Senator, she co-founded Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families. Clinton was inducted into the Arkansas Women's Hall of Fame in 2015.
3 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
March is Women's History Month. Raye Jean Jordan Montague was the first person to design a ship using a computer system during the 1970s. She joined the U.S. Navy in 1956. Montague was born in Little Rock and was inducted into the Arkansas Women's Hall of Fame in 2018.
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
We know AMI days can be difficult. How's the homework coming along? How are you staying entertained? From homework to box forts, let us know and we'll share your pictures! You can tag us in a post or email them to communication@pcssd.org. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
March is Women's History Month. Bessie Grace Boehm Moore created the first county library in Pine Bluff and served on the National Advisory Committee on Libraries under President Lyndon Johnson. Moore was inducted into the Arkansas Women's Hall of Fame in 2018.
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
PCSSD Nutrition and Transportation are teaming up to deliver meals to 21 drop off sites this week between 11:30am - 12:30pm from Tuesday, March 17 thru Friday, March 20. These meals are for children ages 18 and under. http://ow.ly/Oary50yNkG7
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
In addition to the meals that PCSSD is offering this week, our friends at Academics Plus Charter schools are offering free meal pick up as well.
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Parents, here is a sample COVID-19 schedule that many in the academic world are using during school closures. Hope this helps provide a little coordination to your days at home.
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
March is Women's History Month. Pat Lile is co-founder of the Women's Foundation of Arkansas and has received both state and federal recognition for the volunteer efforts in both Pine Bluff and Little Rock. Lile was inducted into the Arkansas Women's Hall of Fame in 2017.
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
We are providing the latest updates on COVID-19 on our website here: http://ow.ly/Ct8z50yM19E. We'll have information regarding AMI assignments, food availability, and more.
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
PCSSD will join the City of Little Rock in food distribution on Monday, March 16. We will deliver food to the following locations between 11am - 11:30am. These are only PICK UP locations for food (not sit down and eat locations).
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
March is Women's History Month. Ruth Hawkins is a strong advocate for historic preservation and heritage tourism in the Delta. The Arkansas State University Heritage Sites program has grown under her leadership. She was inducted into the Arkansas Women's Hall of Fame in 2017.
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
March is Women's History Month. Karen Flake is the president and CEO of Mount St. Mary Academy and, in 1996, was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Arkansas Development Finance Authority. Flake was inducted into the Arkansas Women's Hall of Fame in 2018.
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
PCSSD is working with local government officials to coordinate a plan for student nutrition during the mandated school closure. We hope to have information regarding meal services later today. We will share online once a plan is set. Thank you. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
STATEMENT 3/3: Thank you for understanding our decision to follow the Governor's orders.
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
STATEMENT 2/3: In a statement on Wednesday, March 11, it was announced that Governor Hutchinson has the sole authority to close public school campuses. PCSSD will continue to work closely with state offices and health departments as we monitor the progress of COVID-19.
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
STATEMENT 1/3: Per direction by the Governor of Arkansas, Pulaski County Special School District will be closed until March 30. The decision came after an increase in the number of COVID-19 cases across the nation.
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
March is Women's History Month. Bettye Caldwell played an integral role in the development of Head Start and was named one of Ladies' Home Journal's 10 Women of the Year in 1978. Caldwell moved to Arkansas in the 1960s and inducted into the Arkansas Women's Hall of Fame in 2016.
4 months ago, PCSSD
Maumelle Middle
Don't forget to turn in your volunteer hours by Friday, March 13!
4 months ago, Maumelle Middle
PCSSD
DID YOU KNOW: A leap year occurs every 4 years to help synchronize the calendar year with the solar year, or the length of time it takes the earth to complete its orbit around the sun, which is about 365-¼ days.
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. Sheryl Underwood is a comedian and television host of The Talk. She founded the African American Female Comedian Association. Underwood was born in Little Rock and inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 2007.
4 months ago, PCSSD
Kelly DeVun
What a fun afternoon at our 1st PBIS dodgeball tournament! Students were able to "spend" their points to participate or to watch.
4 months ago, Kelly DeVun
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. Lencola Sullivan-Verseveldt was the first African American to win Miss Arkansas in 1980. She was fourth runner-up at Miss America that year. She is from Morrilton and inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 2006.
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. Charles Bussey Jr. was the first African American elected to the Little Rock City Board of Directors, deputy sheriff of Pulaski County, and mayor of Little Rock. Bussey was born in Stamps and inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 2006.
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. Fran Bennett is an actress, best known for her role on hit shows such as Guiding Light, Star Trek: The Next Generation, and Scandal. Bennett was born in Malvern and inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 2005.
4 months ago, PCSSD
Maumelle Middle
Thank you, Griot B, for speaking to our students as part of our Black History Month celebrations. The students really enjoyed the #BlackYardRap assembly! Keep up the good work!
4 months ago, Maumelle Middle
PCSSD
Mardi Gras is French for "Fat Tuesday," also called Shrove Tuesday. The name Fat Tuesday refers to the last day of eating richer foods before the leaner days of Lent begin when many Christians fast. Do you celebrate Mardi Gras?
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. James "Jimmy" McKissic was a world-renowned pianist who performed throughout the world, including more than two dozen events at Carnegie Hall in New York. McKissic was born in Little Rock and inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 1994.
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. Joycelyn Elders served as the U.S. Surgeon General in President Clinton's Administration and as Director of the Arkansas Department of Health. Elders was born in Schaal, AR and was inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 1995.
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. Rodney Earl Slater was the first African American director of the Federal Highway Administration and U.S. Secretary of Transportation under President Clinton. He grew up in Marianna and was inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 1997.
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. Lou Brock was an MLB player who changed the game by using the stolen base as an offensive weapon, and was the league's all-time stolen base leader until 1991. He was born in El Dorado and inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 2005.
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
The Arkansas Assoc. of Alternative Educators, Arkansas Department Of Education and Alternative Education Unit selected Tammy Bray for the “Judge Evans Award." Congratulations, Tammy! We're proud to have you with PCSSD!
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. Fatima Robinson is one of the most popular hip-hop and pop music choreographers in the world. Her work has been featured in music videos and movies. Robinson was born in Little Rock and inducted into the Arkansas Black hall of Fame in 2004.
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. Ozell Sutton was a leader in the civil rights movement and was present at Central High, the march at Selma, and with Martin Luther King Jr. when he was murdered. Sutton was born in Gould and inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 2001.
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. George Howard Jr. was the first African American to be appointed to the Supreme Court of Arkansas and numerous other Arkansas judicial posts. Howard was born in Pine Bluff and inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 1994.
4 months ago, PCSSD
Kelly DeVun
Please talk to your student regarding Imagine Math. This is a new, interactive math program we are using in the math class as well as activity period. As a reminder, students need to bring their fully charged Chromebooks to school each day.
4 months ago, Kelly DeVun
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. Edith Jones was the first African American to graduate from the University of Arkansas Medical School. The Edith Irby Jones M.D. Health Care Center was named for her. She was born in Conway and inducted to the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 2002
4 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. Debbye Turner Bell was crowned Miss America 1990. Bell grew up in Jonesboro and in 1998 was named a Distinguished Alumna of Arkansas State University. Bell was inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 1994.
5 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. Grover Evans was the first African American to swim on the U.S. Paralympic Team in Barcelona in 1992. He set five world records & won 69 national championships. Evans was born in Jonesboro & inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 1996.
5 months ago, PCSSD
Kelly DeVun
Congratulations to our November, December and January Student of the Month recipients! Students are nominated by and voted on by the faculty. We are proud of you!
5 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Kelly DeVun
Just a reminder that we do not accept deliveries for students. Thank you!
5 months ago, Kelly DeVun
PCSSD
PCSSD is wishing everyone a very happy Valentine's Day
5 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. Lottie Lee Holt Shackelford became the first female mayor of Little Rock. In 1998, Shackelford founded the Women's Foundation of Arkansas. She was born in Little Rock and inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 1993.
5 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. Robert McFerrin Sr. was the first African American to appear in an opera at the Metropolitan Opera house in New York City. McFerrin was born in Marianna and inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 1995.
5 months ago, PCSSD
Kelly DeVun
Congratulations to our silver medal basketball team who participated in today's Special Olympics competition. We are Stinger proud!
5 months ago, Kelly DeVun
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. Sidney Moncrief played basketball for University of Arkansas and led them to the Final Four in '78. He was a first round draft pick and five time All-Star. Moncrief was born in Little Rock and inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 2001.
5 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. Granville Coggs was an original Tuskegee Airman. He attended Harvard and became the first African American staff physician at San Francisco's Kaiser Hospital. Coggs was born in Pine Bluff and inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 2001.
5 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. Johnnie Harrison Taylor was a singer known as the "Philosopher of Soul." His single "Disco Lady" was the first single to ever be certified platinum. Taylor was born in Crawfordsville, AR and inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 1999.
5 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. Hubert "Geese" Ausbie was a member of the Harlem Globetrotters basketball team and became known as the "Clown Prince of Basketball." Ausbie attended Philander Smith College and was inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 1995.
5 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. Daisy Gatson Bates was a mentor to the Little Rock Nine during Central High's desegregation. In 1957 the AP chose her as Woman of the Year in Education. Bates grew up in Huttig, AR and was inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 1993.
5 months ago, PCSSD
Kelly DeVun
The Valentine’s dance has been rescheduled for Friday, February 28, from 6:30-8:30. Cost is $5 and students must have their ID. Concessions will be available for purchase.
5 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Kelly DeVun
Students should be completing the AMI assignments for today. All AMI assignments will be graded. Teachers have placed student led conference assignments in their Google classrooms.
5 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Kelly DeVun
Parent teacher conferences are Monday, Feb. 10, from 12:00-6:00. We will be using the student led format. Students need to come to the conferences and should bring their chrome books. We look forward to seeing you on Monday!
5 months ago, Kelly DeVun
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. Art Porter Sr. was best known as a jazz musician and performed for President Clinton's two gubernatorial inaugurations and a presidential inaugural reception. Porter is from Little Rock and inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 1994.
5 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
This is a reminder that schools will be closed on Monday, February 10 for parent teacher conferences. We'll see you (students) back in the classroom on Tuesday, February 11!
5 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Due to a high percentage of student absences and the duration of these absences, Maumelle Middle and High schools as well as Robinson High school will have an AMI day tomorrow - Friday, February 7. These schools will be deep cleaned tomorrow to sanitize the building.
5 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. Andree Yvonne Layton Roaf was the first African American woman to serve on the Arkansas Supreme Court when she was appointed by Governor Jim Guy Tucker. Roaf moved to Pine Bluff as an adult and inducted to the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 1996.
5 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
REMINDER! The Pulaski County Special School District science fair will be held *this* Friday, February 7 from 9am until 1 pm. Come visit us at UA-Little Rock and see all the projects from across our school district. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
5 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. Samuel Massie Jr. was a chemist and worked on the Manhattan Project during WWII. His research led to medications to treat malaria, meningitis and more. He was born in North Little Rock and inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 1998.
5 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. Vice Admiral Edward Moore Jr. was the highest ranking African American in the Navy at the time of his retirement. Moore's family moved to Little Rock while he was in high school. He was inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 1999.
5 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
School counselors help students in more ways than you realize. This week we celebrate them and the tremendous impact they have in helping students achieve school success and plan for a career as a part of National School Counseling Week.
5 months ago, PCSSD
Kelly DeVun
Congratulations to our science fair winners!
5 months ago, Kelly DeVun
PCSSD
February is American Heart Month. Help raise awareness for heart disease by participating in "Wear Red Day" this Friday (Feb. 7). Together we are empowering women to beat heart disease and stroke, giving them more time to do amazing things.
5 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Registration is now open for students *RETURNING* to PCSSD for the 2020-2021 school year. Registration can be done online through the registration portal: https://pcssd-cas.hosted.src-solutions.com/cas_PulaskiCountySSD/login
5 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. John Harold Johnson built Johnson Publishing Company, a publishing empire that launched Ebony and Jet magazines. He was born in Arkansas City and inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 1993.
5 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Happy Groundhog Day! Do you want 6 more weeks of winter?
5 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
February is Black History Month. Maya Angelou is a renowned bestselling author, poet, actor and performer. She lived in Stamps, AR for ten years with her grandmothers. She was inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame in 1993.
5 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
In honor of Black History Month, every day in February we'll recognize a great leader in African American history. We'll highlight someone new each morning.
5 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Though school board appreciation month is ending, we're always thankful for the work of our school board members. Your dedication and hard work for our students is evident every day! THANK YOU!
5 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Congratulations to PCSSD athletic director, Danny Ebbs, on his selection to be placed into the Arkansas Activities Association Arkansas High School Coaches Association Hall of Fame. What an honor! Congrats, Danny! http://ow.ly/IFMA50y45kT
5 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Eli Keller has two kids who both attend PCSSD schools. His fiancée, Mary, has 3 kids. When he's not chasing around the kids, Eli volunteers for the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Arkansas.
5 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Happy 100 days of school to our students and teachers! Cheers to an awesome school year so far! Schools across PCSSD are participating in fun, unique ways. We'll have pictures from all our schools over on our Facebook page.
5 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Alicia Gillen, board secretary, has 3 children - Shayla Dixon 22, Nicole Gillen 13, Julia Gillen 12. She also has a dog named Maggie who is 15. In her spare time, she enjoys antiquing, traveling and cooking.
5 months ago, PCSSD
Maumelle Middle
Maumelle Middle School is its annual SHOWCASE night on Tuesday, January 28. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the school. Come ask questions, take a tour and learn about what it's like to be a Maumelle Stinger!
5 months ago, Maumelle Middle
Kelly DeVun
Are you new to Maumelle? Are you thinking about transferring to Maumelle Middle School? Join us next Tuesday, January 28, for a new student recruitment night from 6:30-8:00pm. You will be able to meet teachers and administrators, have your questions answered and take a tour.
5 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Kelly DeVun
Join us for our 2nd nine weeks/1st semester honor roll assembly. Students who had all "A's" or all "A's and B's" for 2nd nine weeks and/or 1st semester will be recognized. The assembly will be tonight starting at 6:00pm in the MMS cafeteria.
5 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Kelly DeVun
What a fun day! Today, we welcomed our future Stingers with our fine arts showcase. 5th grade students learned about middle school, went on a tour of the building, had lunch in the cafeteria, met the counselors and administrators and participated in instrument testing for band. We look forward to seeing you in August!
6 months ago, Kelly DeVun
PCSSD
Shelby Thoma and his wife, Leigh, have been married 25 years and 4 children: Simone-24, Nathan-23, Amelia- 20, and Novi-3. His favorite hobby is running and he also enjoys spending time with his youth group.
6 months ago, PCSSD
Kelly DeVun
Thank you for your patience regarding yesterday's dismissal. If you did not receive the communication, please update your contact information with Ms. Lamb. Her email is mlamb@pcssd.org; or, stop by MMS to complete the paperwork. This can not be done over the phone.
6 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Kelly DeVun
We do have school today.
6 months ago, Kelly DeVun
PCSSD
Brian Maune and his wife, Jennifer, have been married nearly 14 years. They have 5 kids and another due in May! Brian's hobbies include family travel and outdoors activities like hunting, fishing and camping.
6 months ago, PCSSD
Maumelle High
Maumelle Middle and Maumelle High schools recently lost power due to an outage in the area. Both schools will dismiss at 1:30 pm today. Buses will depart the schools at 1:30pm; car riders can be picked up at this time as well.
6 months ago, Maumelle High
Kelly DeVun
Join us for our 2nd nine weeks/1st semester honor roll assembly. Students who had all "A's" or all "A's and B's" for 2nd nine weeks and/or 1st semester will be recognized. The assembly will be Tuesday, Jan. 21, starting at 6:00pm in the MMS cafeteria.
6 months ago, Kelly DeVun
PCSSD
If you would like to send your child to PCSSD, registration is now open for the 2020-2021 school year! All the registration info can be found online at http://ow.ly/430u50xUd8h or by visiting your school's registrar's office.
6 months ago, PCSSD
Kelly DeVun
We will have our 1st Fine Art Showcase for all incoming 6th grade students (current 5th graders) this Friday, Jan. 17. Students will have an opportunity to take a campus tour, attend sessions regarding band, choir art and the counseling office. We look forward to this event!
6 months ago, Kelly DeVun
PCSSD
Tina Renee Ward has two daughters, Ti'Naya and Daraleisha, and two grandkids, Kobe and August. Her hobbies include singing, dancing, road trips and bargain shopping!
6 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Flu season is far from over. Don't forget to wash your hands regularly, keep your lunchbox and backpack clean and maintain overall healthy habits. Let's stay healthy and ready to learn this semester!
6 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Dr. Linda Remele has been married to her husband, Steve, for 22 years She has one son, Jonathan, and a stepson, Brent, as well as 2 grandchildren and 4 rescue cats. Dr. Remele loves to volunteer and travel outside the U.S. She also loves to read, particularly travel novels.
6 months ago, PCSSD
Maumelle Middle
Mandatory parent meeting (two dates) for anyone interested in trying out for cheer, pep or dance squads. https://mms.pcssd.org/article/174810?org=maumelle-middle-school
6 months ago, Maumelle Middle
Maumelle Middle
We had a great time prepping for second semester today with our fellow Maumelle feeder schools! Congrats to Lisa Counts, Maumelle Middle Math Teacher who was the winner of the Heads or Tails Game!
6 months ago, Maumelle Middle
PCSSD
School choice is officially open for PCSSD. Applications will be accepted at Central Office (925 E. Dixon Road), Monday - Friday between 8:30 am - 4:00pm. Stop by to fill out your application before spots fill up!
6 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Just a reminder, there is no school tomorrow (Monday, January 6)! We're closed for professional development. See you on Tuesday!
6 months ago, PCSSD
Maumelle Middle
CHALLENGE DAY 12: Have your child complete the following sentence "I would or would not recommend this book because..." and tag Maumelle Middle School - PCSSD on Facebook and @maumellemsllc on Instagram. Students will earn 5 PBIS points for each day they participate!
6 months ago, Maumelle Middle
Maumelle Middle
CHALLENGE DAY 11: Post what your child thinks will happen to Ocean and tag Maumelle Middle School - PCSSD on Facebook and @maumellemsllc on Instagram. Students will earn 5 PBIS points for each day they participate!
6 months ago, Maumelle Middle
Maumelle Middle
CHALLENGE DAY 10: Post your child's favorite quote from the book and tag Maumelle Middle School - PCSSD on Facebook and @maumellemsllc on Instagram. Students will earn 5 PBIS points for each day they participate!
6 months ago, Maumelle Middle
Maumelle Middle
CHALLENGE DAY 9: Have your student complete the following sentence "This character reminds me of _____ because..." and tag Maumelle Middle School - PCSSD on Facebook and @maumellemsllc on Instagram. Students will earn 5 PBIS points for each day they participate!
6 months ago, Maumelle Middle
Maumelle Middle
CHALLENGE DAY 8: Send questions to the author via Instagram by tagging her at @authorcelia and #CeliaAnderson. Also tag Maumelle Middle School - PCSSD on Facebook and @maumellemsllc on Instagram. Students will earn 5 PBIS points for each day they participate!
6 months ago, Maumelle Middle
Maumelle Middle
CHALLENGE DAY 7: Have students complete the following sentence "If it was me I would have..." and tag Maumelle Middle School - PCSSD on Facebook and @maumellemsllc on Instagram. Students will earn 5 PBIS points for each day they participate!
6 months ago, Maumelle Middle
Maumelle Middle
CHALLENGE DAY 6: Post something from the book that your child could not believe happened, and tag Maumelle Middle School - PCSSD on Facebook and @maumellemsllc on Instagram. Students will earn 5 PBIS points for each day they participate!
6 months ago, Maumelle Middle
Maumelle Middle
CHALLENGE DAY 5: Post something from the book that made your child smile and tag Maumelle Middle School - PCSSD on Facebook and @maumellemsllc on Instagram. Students will earn 5 PBIS points for each day they participate!
6 months ago, Maumelle Middle
Maumelle Middle
CHALLENGE DAY 4: Post something from the book that made your child sad and tag Maumelle Middle School - PCSSD on Facebook and @maumellemsllc on Instagram. Students will earn 5 PBIS points for each day they participate!
6 months ago, Maumelle Middle
Maumelle Middle
CHALLENGE DAY 3: Post something in the book that made your child laugh and tag Maumelle Middle School - PCSSD on Facebook and @maumellemsllc on Instagram. Students will earn 5 PBIS points for each day they participate!
6 months ago, Maumelle Middle
Maumelle Middle
CHALLENGE DAY 2: Post who your child's favorite character and why, and tag Maumelle Middle School - PCSSD on Facebook and @maumellemsllc on Instagram. Students will earn 5 PBIS points for each day they participate!
6 months ago, Maumelle Middle
Maumelle Middle
CHALLENGE DAY 1: Post a picture of students reading their challenge book and tag Maumelle Middle School - PCSSD on Facebook and @maumellemsllc on Instagram. Students will earn 5 PBIS points for each day they participate!
6 months ago, Maumelle Middle
Maumelle Middle
Maumelle Middle School families! Don't forget that the reading challenge continues over Christmas break! Each morning of the break we will set forth a specific challenge and ask parents/students to tag the Maumelle Middle School - PCSSD Facebook page and @maumellemsllc Instagram page. Use the hashtags: #LoveOcean #CeliaAnderson #ReadingStingers. Students will earn 5 PBIS points for each day they participate.
6 months ago, Maumelle Middle
PCSSD
We are wishing all of our PCSSD family and staff a wonderful winter break! Teachers will return Jan. 6 for Professional Development. Students return to school Jan. 7.
6 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Words cannot express our gratitude to those who made donations to clear lunch debt at some of our schools. So far, we've received more than $10,000 in donations for schools across PCSSD.
6 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
UALR is hosting a Community Night of Coding Monday (Dec. 9) from 5-8pm in the EIT building. There will be workshops and demos, Hour of Code activities for all ages, computer science hands-on demos and more! Register here: http://ow.ly/jkGC50xtGPE
7 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Pulaski County Special School District wishes you a Happy Thanksgiving!
7 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
REMINDER: Schools are closed this week for Fall Break! Enjoy the week off. District office will be closed Thursday and Friday. See you all back in the classroom next week!
7 months ago, PCSSD
Kelly DeVun
Skills and drills tryouts for 6th grade will be Monday, Nov. 25, and Tuesday, Nov. 26, from 10:00 - 12:00 at MMS. Parents must pick up their student at 12:00. This is open to all MMS 6th grade students.
7 months ago, Kelly DeVun
PCSSD
Several PCSSD teacher librarians attended the American Association of School Librarians Conference in Louisville, KY. They learned how to create diverse collections, build collaborative partnerships and develop innovative teaching practices.
7 months ago, PCSSD
Ryan Burgess
The cookie dough is here! Please come to the school today between 4 and 6 pm to pick up your orders. Pick up will be at the choir room. You can park in the teachers' parking lot and enter the building through the band room for your convenience. Thank you for your support.
7 months ago, Ryan Burgess
Kelly DeVun
Congratulations to our EAST students who have been awarded a $500 Digital Media Production Tools Grant from Arkansas Online Media Initiatives in partnership with the Arkansas Division of Elementary and Secondary Education to purchase a new HD camcorder! Way to go!
7 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Ryan Burgess
Dear Parents, The cookie dough pick up today is cancelled. The cookie dough for the MMS Choir fundraiser was not delivered today as scheduled. It is to be delivered tommorow. Pick up time for orders will 4-6 pm. Please watch all of our outlets for updates.
8 months ago, Ryan Burgess
PCSSD
This is American Education Week and the National Education Association today promotes parental involvement, including reading to children, checking homework, asking about their school day and developing a relationship with teachers. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence #AEW2019
8 months ago, PCSSD
Maumelle Middle
Volunteer hours are due by Friday, Nov. 22. Please make sure to fill out your hours in the Volunteer Reporting Form: http://ow.ly/NkV350xeZPO
8 months ago, Maumelle Middle
PCSSD
REMINDER: schools will be closed next week (Nov. 25 - Nov. 29) for Fall Break. Central office will be only be closed Thursday (Nov. 28) and Friday (Nov. 29).
8 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
This is American Education Week and today we kick off the week to honor our education community members who are each critical in building great public schools in Pulaski County! #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence #AEW2019
8 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
November is Child Safety and Protection Month. The National Safety Council and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration encourage teen drivers to put down their cell phones, slow down and wear a seatbelt.
8 months ago, PCSSD
Kelly DeVun
Drama Kids International (DKI) is now taking applications for the spring. DKI is for teens who want to expand their skills in acting, public speaking and performing. Classes are held after school each week. For more information visit www.dramakids.com/AR1 or call 501-420-4024.
8 months ago, Kelly DeVun
PCSSD
Thank you, veterans, for your service.
8 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
Today is National Book Lovers Day! Check out the Maumelle feeder Teacher Librarians' favorite books. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
8 months ago, PCSSD
PCSSD
PCSSD schools held grand re-openings on Tuesday to change the name of our school Media Centers to Library Learning Centers. Check out all the cool pictures of the new looks: http://ow.ly/jMbY50x3awq
8 months ago, PCSSD
Kelly DeVun
MMS officially renamed the media center to the Library Learning Center! Community members who were present were: Dr. McNulty, superintendent of PCSSD, school board member Alicia Gillen, Lavonne Juhl - PTSO president, Janet Clements - Farmers Insurance Agency of Maumelle, Mr. Burgess -principal, Ms. Matthews - Teacher Librarian and members of the MMS book club.
8 months ago, Kelly DeVun
PCSSD
November is Child Safety and Protection Month. Did you know more than 200,000 playground-related injuries happen each year in the US? Keep a close eye on children to ensure they are using equipment properly and it is age appropriate.
8 months ago, PCSSD
Kelly DeVun
Congratulations to our Life Skills students for bringing home numerous ribbons and medals from the Special Olympic bowling event today! Way to go Stingers!
8 months ago, Kelly DeVun
PCSSD
REMINDER: Schools are closed Wednesday - Friday for teacher and leadership professional development. See you Monday, Nov. 4!
8 months ago, PCSSD
Ryan Burgess
The MMS 1st Quarter Honor Roll Celebration will be Tuesday evening, Nov. 5th at 6 pm. A reception will follow the ceremony. Please make plans to attend.
8 months ago, Ryan Burgess
Ryan Burgess
School is ending today at the regularly scheduled time. No change.
8 months ago, Ryan Burgess
Ryan Burgess
Tomorrow it's our first PBIS event of the year, the Tug-O-War tournament! Participating students only are allowed to wear athletic shorts of appropriate length on tommorow. The concession stand will be open as well during this time. It's going to be a lot of fun. We plan to dismiss the students at 2:30. Parent chaperones are welcomed! See you there!
8 months ago, Ryan Burgess
Kelly DeVun
6th Grade Basketball Skills and Drills will be tomorrow from 9:00-11:00 am in the MMS gym. Students must have a current physical.
8 months ago, Kelly DeVun
PCSSD
Don't forget that students get a little fall break NEXT week. Schools are closed Wednesday (Oct. 30) - Friday (Nov. 1) for districtwide professional development. You can find all district events on the website: https://www.pcssd.org/o/pcssd/events
8 months ago, PCSSD
Kelly DeVun
Just a reminder that when you are picking up your child after school, you need to use the car lane. No student is to be picked up at the gym end or in the teacher's parking lot. We do not have supervision in these areas and this may be a safety issue. Thank you for your help!
8 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Kelly DeVun
Today was tie dye day for HOCO and Red Ribbon Week! Let's show our grade level colors tomorrow! 6th grade - White 7th grade - Red 8th grade - Black
8 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Kelly DeVun
Today was pajama day for HOCO and Red Ribbon Week! Don't forget to wear your tie dye tomorrow!
8 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Kelly DeVun
The Division of Elementary and Secondary Education, formerly ADE, is seeking feedback regarding the social studies academic standards. The deadline to complete the survey is Nov. 1, 2019. Parent Survey: https://forms.gle/Ksivbf3BYZGfhX3LA
8 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Kelly DeVun
Red ribbon week and homecoming week started yesterday with Hawaiian day.
8 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Ryan Burgess
The 1st day of Homecoming 2019 went great! Tommorow is "Pajama Day". Show your school spirit but remember student dress must always be school appropriate and "house shoes" are not allowed. Wear your PJ's and show your Stinger Spirit! Don't forget, it's also Red Ribbon Week. Wear your red ribbon with pride as a sign of your commitment to a drug free life style. Go Stingers!
8 months ago, Ryan Burgess
PCSSD
This week is National School Bus Safety Week. The school bus ride is an extension of the school day and PCSSD schools is committed to providing a safe transportation experience for all students across the district.
8 months ago, PCSSD
Kelly DeVun
Purchase your PTSO Fall Shirt through Tuesday, Oct. 22nd. A google order form was sent by email to students and parents and is posted on the MMS PTSO Facebook page for you to place your order. All funds raised are used to support student incentives and other student activities.
8 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Kelly DeVun
The annual fall dance is this Friday, Oct. 25, from 6:30-8:30pm in the cafeteria. The theme is Glow in the Dark. Admission is $5 and students must have their MMS Student ID. There will be glow items for sale and a concession stand.
8 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Ryan Burgess
The rain will pass! Do allow it to put a damper your school spirit! It's Homecoming at Maumelle Middle and we are also celebrating Red Ribbon Week. Check the website and Facebook for the events of the week. Today's theme is dress Hawaiian. Come join in the fun, Go Stingers!
8 months ago, Ryan Burgess
Ryan Burgess
Good evening all! Please be informed that our students cannot be dropped off at the Maumelle High homecoming football game. Parents must attend with their student. This is a precautionary measure in anticipation of a large crowd tonight. Thank you for your cooperation.
9 months ago, Ryan Burgess
PCSSD
**ATTENTION** Phones are down at several PCSSD schools and admin offices. Our IT department is working with Windstream to resolve the issue. You track the outage here: https://downdetector.com/status/windstream/map/
9 months ago, PCSSD
Kelly DeVun
In honor of World Dyslexia Day, Mr. Burgess and Ms. DeVun are wearing red. Dyslexia is brain-based issue that makes it hard to learn to read accurately and fluently. And, a lifelong condition. Kids don’t outgrow dyslexia, but with the right support, key skills can improve.
9 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Kelly DeVun
Some of the student work that has made it on "The Gallery" board in Ms. Sawrie's classroom. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
9 months ago, Kelly DeVun
PCSSD
Every PCSSD staff member is encouraged to wear red on Tuesday, October 15 in honor of World Dyslexia Day.
9 months ago, PCSSD
Ryan Burgess
Affected 8th grade Parents, please check your HAC account for a message from me related to your student's status in their Science class. A parent meeting is scheduled for Monday, October 14th @5pm in the media center.
9 months ago, Ryan Burgess
Kelly DeVun
8th grade Recognition Ads are now on sale through www.jostens.com Select the size, pictures, and layout to what you want for your student!! Prices are on the site!! On sale now through 11/15/19
9 months ago, Kelly DeVun
PCSSD
October is National Bullying Prevention Month. The National Bullying Prevention Center provides a "Kids Against Bullying" pledge encouraging kids to speak up against bullying, support those being bullied & to be a friend when they see bullying. http://ow.ly/snaM50wEVmm
9 months ago, PCSSD
Kelly DeVun
Homecoming Week and Red Ribbon Week will be October 21 - October 25! Monday - Hawaiian Day Tuesday - Pajama Day (you MUST be in dress code and no houseshoes!) Wednesday - Tie Dye Thursday - Class Colors (6th grade - white, 7th grade - red, 8th grade - black) Friday - Red Out
9 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Kelly DeVun
Our AVID science students are hard at work! They are collaborating, annotating, organizing information in Venn diagrams and much more. Students present to each other in order to share what they have learned.
9 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Ryan Burgess
Faculty Meeting tomorrow 4:15- 5:15. PTSO mtg 6pm. Make plans to attend. PTSO dues are $5 for the year. Let's show our engagement by becoming 100% financial with the organization. I will be providing the refreshments for the meeting.
9 months ago, Ryan Burgess
Kelly DeVun
If your student is interested in trying out for the MMS archery team, there is a required informational parent meeting Tuesday, October 15 at 6:00pm in the Maumelle Middle School Media Center.
9 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Kelly DeVun
Yearbooks and ads for 8th graders are now ON SALE! See the ad pages for sizes and prices. Yearbooks are now on sale through www.jostens.com. Don't miss your opportunity to purchase this year's yearbook!
9 months ago, Kelly DeVun
PCSSD
The calendar can now be found in EVENTS. Important district-wide dates will be posted on the PCSSD website. School-specific dates will be posted on their respective school websites. You can view the "At-A-Glance" calendar here: https://5il.co/amrb
9 months ago, PCSSD
Kelly DeVun
7th and 8th grade girls basketball tryouts are Thursday, October 10 from 4:00-5:30 pm in the MMS gym. Students must have a current physical in order to participate in tryouts. See Coach Casey or Coach Anderson for more information.
9 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Kelly DeVun
School picture day is Friday, October 11. Your child should have brought the packet home on Tuesday.
9 months ago, Kelly DeVun
PCSSD
We’re thrilled to announce Pulaski County Special School District‘s new app! It’s everything PCSSD, in your pocket. Download the app on Android: http://bit.ly/2IcfiP3 or iPhone: https://apple.co/30qo7uT.
9 months ago, PCSSD
Kelly DeVun
Congratulations to the 2019-2020 homecoming court! 7th grade: Kina B., Rain K., Rachel H. and Nicole G. 8th grade: Payton A., Chloe B., Remi K., Madison B. and Caroline W. The homecoming queen will be announced during the pep rally on Thursday, October 24 at MMS.
9 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Kelly DeVun
Maumelle Middle administrators are rocking their college alumni colors today.
9 months ago, Kelly DeVun
Damian Patterson
The stringers fought hard but fell short to the bruins 28-26 better luck next time. #GOSTRINGERS
9 months ago, Damian Patterson
Damian Patterson
Come support the Maumelle Middle School football team as we take on the Pulaski Academy Bruins.
9 months ago, Damian Patterson