Please wear your face masks.
Parents will be able to pick-up student locker contents, P.E. locker contents, medication and yearbooks on June 10th and 11th. All papers, notebooks, folders and other consumables from the lockers will be recycled or trashed.
Each locker is shared by two students. Students were asked to complete this Google Form to help us sort items. Please talk with your child to ensure completion.
P.E. locker locks will be cut. Items will be on tables outside of the school for students to pick-up. Mr. Gernhart will be there to distribute items. If there is something special that you are looking for, please be sure to note that in the student survey, which is posted in your student’s first period Google Classroom and linked above.
Mr. Dawson will be on deck to pass out yearbooks. Please bring any library books and textbooks that need to be returned. DO NOT return the Chromebooks. Students are permitted to keep them until we return to school.
Please email Cheryl Bell if you would like to pick-up your child’s medication. firstname.lastname@example.org
Please click the link for the pick-up schedule. Please note your day and time for pick-up. If you are unable to make the scheduled day and time, please email Jill Liddle so other arrangements may be made.
If you have questions, please contact Jill Liddle, Assistant Principal @ JLiddle@pps.net
8th Grade Virtual Promotion
We will have a pre-recorded 8th Grade Promotion Ceremony to share with you on June 4th. A link will be sent through the Remind platform. We invite you to watch it at 6:00 p.m. and celebrate as a family. There will not be a community gathering.
PPS is interested in learning about your family’s child care needs starting this Fall. We are exploring ways to provide learning support and child care when children are being taught online. Please take a moment to complete a brief online survey. Please complete this survey by Sunday, August 9 at 9 p.m.
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