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Nutrition and Physical Activity Public Forum
Posted on 11/27/2017
There will be a public forum to discuss any findings for improvement for school nutrition and physical activity in the Pulaski County School District. The forum is scheduled for 5 p.m. Wednesday, December 13, 2017, in the Central Office Boardroom of the Pulaski County Board of Education, located at 501 East University Drive. For further information contact Lucille Hudson at 606-679-1123.   read more about Nutrition and Physical Activity Public Forum
Mr. Butcher receiving his 2018 KEDC Superintendent of the Year award from KEDC. Pictured from Left to Right: Dr. Jim Evans, KEDC Board Chair; Mr. Steve Butcher, Superintendent of Pulaski County Schoolsl; Mrs. Nancy  Hutchinson, Executive Director of KEDC
Superintendent Steve Butcher Honored for Outstanding Achievement
Posted on 11/20/2017
The Kentucky Educational Development Corporation (KEDC) honors Mr. Steve Butcher, Superintendent of Pulaski County Schools as 2018 KEDC Superintendent of the Year. To say that Mr. Steve Butcher has made a positive impact on Pulaski County Schools would be an understatement. Under the leadership of Mr. Butcher, the Pulaski County School System has achieved the designation of Distinguished District six years running and boasts a 100% college/career rate and a 97.8% graduation rate validating that educational programs are focused on results.   read more about Superintendent Steve Butcher Honored for Outstanding Achievement
First Responders that attended the PCHS "Serving Those that Serve You" breakfast.
Serving Those that Serve You
Posted on 10/02/2017
On Thursday, September 28th members of Pulaski County High School’s FBLA chapter teamed up with the JROTC chapter to host a breakfast for service personnel. The breakfast was held in honor of all the hard work and sacrifices that the service personnel make on a daily basis to ensure that our community is safe and our many freedoms can be enjoyed. Overall, 56 service personnel attended the breakfast. FBLA members helped serve refreshments, emptied trays, cleaned tables and gave each attendee a Survival Kit that showed Pulaski County’s appreciation.  read more about Serving Those that Serve You
Mission Vision Purpose
Input Requested: District Mission & Vision
Posted on 09/19/2017
The Pulaski County School District requests your input regarding its Vision, Mission, Purpose, and Belief statements. Click "Read More" to share your ideas.  read more about Input Requested: District Mission & Vision
Hall of Fame
Hall of Fame Nominations
Posted on 09/12/2017
The purpose of the Pulaski County School System Hall of Fame is to recognize and honor the rich heritage of academic and athletic contributions made by those who have attended or had long term associations with the Pulaski County School System. We wish to honor those who have displayed extraordinary contributions and accomplishments by inducting them as honored members of the Pulaski County School System Hall of Fame.  read more about Hall of Fame Nominations
Ms. Littrell and Trystan Bullock
SWHS Student Awarded Semifinalist in Essay Contest
Posted on 09/05/2017
Each spring, the Ayn Rand Institute holds an essay contest inviting students across the world to write thought-provoking essays in response to some of the late author’s novels. For several years now, Honors English II Students at Southwestern High School have been reading one of Ayn Rand’s most famous novels, Anthem, which has provided students with multiple opportunities for in-depth and insightful discussions and assignments in subjects such as government, ethics, equity vs. equality, free-will, and love.   read more about SWHS Student Awarded Semifinalist in Essay Contest
Meredith Oakes
PCHS 2017 PEPP Program Student Spotlight
Posted on 09/05/2017
Lexington KY, June 14th – July 15th, 2017 Meredith Oakes of Pulaski County High School attended a highly competitive and very strenuous four and half week academic residential program at the University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center. This PEPP Scholar class’s average GPA was 3.98, with average overall ACT score of 28.1 and an average Science ACT score of 27.4.  read more about PCHS 2017 PEPP Program Student Spotlight
Brandon Pruitt
SWHS 2017 PEPP Program Student Spotlight
Posted on 09/05/2017
Lexington KY, June 14th – July 15th, 2017 Brandon Pruitt of Southwestern High School attended a highly competitive and very strenuous four and half week academic residential program at the University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center. This PEPP Scholar class’s average GPA was 3.98, with average overall ACT score of 28.1 and an average Science ACT score of 27.4.  read more about SWHS 2017 PEPP Program Student Spotlight
Mr. Bill White taking the oath of office administered by Judge David Tapp while Chairperson Brandy Daniels observes.
Welcome Mr. White!
Posted on 08/10/2017
Mr. Bill White has been appointed by Commissioner Pruitt to fill the vacated board seat of Precinct IV of the Pulaski County Educational Division. He will serve an interim term until the 2018 general election. Mr. White is no stranger to Pulaski County Schools. He was board member for two consecutive terms from 2003 through 2010. We look forward to working with you again, Mr. White. Welcome Back!   read more about Welcome Mr. White!
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