May is Better Speech and Hearing Month. During this month, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association raises awareness about communication disorders and life-altering treatment.
Today is Speech Pathologists Day and we want to recognize our many PCSSD speech pathologists. We thank you for your dedication to our students! #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
We are halfway through Math Week! Students and families are on their way to logging 400,000 minutes of Math Week activities played by families this week. Students, K-8, can still complete the daily math games.
May is Healthy Vision Month. If you haven't had an eye exam recently, schedule one now.
Kids and teens need at least 60 minutes of #PhysicalActivity each day. Celebrate National Physical Fitness & Sports Month with your family by finding new ways to #GetActive and #MoveYourWay! Learn about the benefits of physical activity today: https://go.usa.gov/xH2UF
This is just a reminder about our open house event tomorrow, May 17 from 5:30 - 6:30 pm. We'll have festivities throughout the evening. We can't wait to see you stop by the school and see what we've been up to this school year!
Math Week is here! PCSSD's goal is to log 400,000 minutes of Math Week activities played by families this week. Students, K-8, will have the opportunity to complete daily math games with their families.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. While it’s common to discuss ways to maintain our physical health, like regular exercise or a healthy diet, maintaining good mental health is less known. Explore mental wellness at mhanational.org/may
Summer is right around the corner, and many families across central Arkansas are looking for fun activities to do to keep kids on track and involved in the community. We have compiled a list of activities:
Today is School Communicators Day! Here are the faces behind the communications for PCSSD. If you see one of them, give them a high-five today! #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
It's Friday the 13th! Are you superstitious?
PCSSD Math Week is next week! Students and families - get ready for some fun math activities next week! We are going to work together with a goal to log 400,000 minutes of play. Can we do it?
Today is National School Nurse Day. We say thank you to our dedicated health professionals who serve our students each and every day. Thank you! #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
MILLS MIDDLE hosted its first ever student-run college fair yesterday. AVID students created presentation boards to showcase different types of colleges and universities. It was a great project to research secondary education, practice group work and improve presentation skills. Great work, scholars!
Ritter Communications and Department of Information Services informed us that the Internet and phone lines are fully restored. Thank you for your patience today!
PCSSD is currently experiencing a full internet outage that is also impacting our phone lines. Our IT dept. is working with Ritter Communications and the Dept. of Info. Services to resolve the issue. We appreciate your patience and will update once the issue has been resolved.
This is a reminder about the "Building for the Future" project meeting to discuss the upcoming arena project. This meeting will be held on Thursday (May 12) at 6 p.m. in the seminar room. The community is invited to come and participate in this open discussion.
Get active and start feeling better today. Celebrate National Physical Fitness & Sports Month by finding ways to #MoveYourWay and enjoy benefits like reduced stress and a better mood. Want to learn different ways to #GetActive? Check out http://ow.ly/Z1fM50IZn4t
Recently MILLS, ROBINSON and SYLVAN HILLS MIDDLE schools attended "GPS" (Girls Power in STEM) at UCA. These 8th graders experienced various aspects of STEM from leading women in the fields of study. Special thanks to the event keynote speaker, Sara Ruane, Assistant Curator of Herpetology at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, for taking a picture with our students.