ATTENTION PARENTS & COMMUNITY! Pierce City Schools Needs Your Input! View the following attachments regarding TAX LEVY FACILITY MISSION!

Tax Levy Facility Information Letter

Tax Levy Survey Information

Parent/Community Tax Levy Survey

Inclement Weather Information at your fingertips!

2017 Yearbooks are on sale! Order forms available on the right side of your screen under "Yearbook Order Information"

 

We are into our second week for Jump Rope for Heart. Last week we raised $682 of our $3,000 goal. Please remember that you can raise money online or with the envelopes sent home last Tuesday. If you need any more information please contact me by email at jjasumback@pcschools.net. All money packets should be returned by Wednesday, February 15. Third and Fourth grade students staying for the Jump for Heart event need their permission slip (attached to the collection envelope) returned by next Tuesday, February 14. I ask that each student raise at least $10 to stay.

Image result for box topsElementaryParents and Students!!! Please collect and send in BOX TOPS from items you buy, BOX TOPS = Money for our School!! The next submission date is March 1st and we’d love to have as many BOX TOPS to submit as possible. Please between now and February 24th, clip and send into your classroom as many as you can and then we will get them submitted before the deadline!! Thanks for your help and let’s get some extra cash for our schools!! Any questions, feel free to contact Jennifer Tudor at  235-2407.

Elementary Book Fair and Art Show will be set up in the gym the week of February 21-24th .

Elementary PTO Family Fun Night will be on Friday, March 3rd . More information will follow….

PCMS now has a Remind 101 account. Please see the link below if you’d like to register to receive school information via text. Please encourage your kids to sign up on their device as well. https://www.remind.com/join/pcms300

SOPHOMORES will tour Scott Tech on Wednesday, Feb. 22, from 12:45-2:05. Any juniors that want to attend Health Occupations next year see Ms. Nelson as you will be allowed to tour again if you would like to. 

 High School! The mobile dentist will be here February 23rd and 24th. Forms are in the office for anyone interested.

JUNIORS: Ozark Electric Youth Tour offers you the chance to win a FREE trip to Washington D.C. June 9-15. I highly encourage you to apply! You can find more information and a video at www.ozarkelectric.com, click on Educational Support, the Youth Tour. Any questions please see Ms. Nelson. 

Here are some websites juniors and seniors might want to check out:

Debt Free College Degree: http://www.affordablecollegesonline.org/graduatingdebt-free/

Financial Aid Resources: http://www.affordablecollegesonline.org/financialaid/financial-aid-for-online-colleges/

First Generation College Student: http://www.affordablecollegesonline.org/college-resource-center/firstgeneration-college-students/

SENIORS: Freistatt Farmers 

Exchange Scholarship Applications are in my office. This is a paper application you must pick up, fill out, and return to Ms. Nelson by March 15. All seniors are eligible to apply

 

WAY TO GO FFA STUDENTS!!

Thursday, February 2nd, we took 22 Proficiency Applications to the Area 11 Screening where winners were picked for 47 different proficiency areas. Our students worked incredibly hard on these applications and their Supervised Agricultural Experiences to be able to compete. We ended the night with 13 of our applications in the top 3. The results were: Brenden Kleiboeker- 1st Place Fiber and Oil Crop Production Cooper George- 1st Place Food Services Donell Kleiboeker- 1st Place Forage Production Ty Roethemeier-1st Place Grain Production Placement Tate Henderson- 1st Place Wildlife Management Ty Roethemeier-2nd Place Diversified Agricultural Production Ty Roethemeier- 2nd Place Diversified Crop Production Hannah Argyris- 2nd Place Equine Science Placement Jonna Brottlund- 2nd Place Food Science and Technology Suzie Velten- 3rd Place Agricultural Sales Placement Dallas Kleiboeker- 3rd Place Environmental Science and Natural Resources Mgmt. Noah Aust- 3rd Place Forest Management Brenden Kleiboeker- 3rd Place Agricultural Services Congratulations to each of these students! The five that won first place will compete at the state level in their proficiency area.

Provided below are presentation links displaying our solar panel efforts throughout our school district. The presentation captured pictures from rooftops, data, and additional resources. Click the link for the appropriate school you would like to view.

   Elementary SchoolImage result for keep Calm and Solar on

    Middle School

    High School 

 

Updated Communication Resource Map

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New Technology Announcements!

 One to One program expands!

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District Releases 4 Day School Week Survey Results & Board Looks to Continue Beyond 16-17

4 Day School Week Survey Results (link)

Comparison Data provided below regarding student/staff attendance and financial savings, and MAP/EOC Test Score Comparisons

Four Day Week Attendance/Financial Savings (link) & MAP/EOC Test Score Comparisons (link)


   The Pierce City district strictly prohibits discrimination and harassment against employees, students or others on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, disability, age, genetic information or any other characteristic protected by law. The Pierce City R-VI School District is an equal opportunity employer. For more information on the districts discrimination policy/grievance prodecure please click on the following link to view Board of Education policy AC or call the district compliance officer at 476-2555. (Board Policy AC)