Just a reminder! PCS has a new ONLINE student information form. No more filling out all that paperwork at the beginning of the school year. Here is the link to fill out the online form https://forms.office.com/r/Mvn1wPkwbg.
Students at the Rowlesburg School will be dismissed at 12 PM tomorrow, Tuesday, August 31st due to a planned power outage. This early dismissal will not impact Rowlesburg-area high school students who will dismiss from PHS at their normal time.
The Preston County Board of Education met on August 30, 2021, and issued a mask mandate through September 27, 2021, when the issue will be revisited. If all students are masked, CDC, state board, and local health department guidelines state that an exposed student would not have to be quarantined. This should help us keep students in school for now. https://youtu.be/TMe1nED-UUs
Jack Keim, President of the Preston County Board of Education, has called an Emergency Meeting of the Preston County Board of Ed. on Monday, August 30, 2021, at 10:00 a.m. for the purpose of discussing masks in schools
Welcome Back to Grades 1st, 3rd, 6th, and 9th on Friday, August 27, 2021.
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PCS has add a page with COVID information to their app and webpage. Here is the link https://www.prestoncountyschools.com/page/covid
Wecome Back 2nd, 4th, 7th and 10th Graders on Thursday, August 26, 2012.
Check out the updated bus route information on our app/webpage under the parent/student folder . You will find the transportation section.
Tomorrow, August 25, 2021 PCS welcomes students in grades 5th, 8th, 11th and 12th. Parents please fill out the new ONLINE student information form if you haven't yet and download our new app. https://forms.office.com/r/Mvn1wPkwbg
WELCOME BACK! Just a reminder of our staggered start with specific grade levels coming on certain days this week.
Here is the link to the WVDE Covid 19 Updates and school protocals that we follow here in Preston County Schools. https://wvde.us/covid19/
Superintendent, Steve Wotring, explains the Board of Education vote on masks that took place the the board metting this morning, August 23, 2021. Sorry about the previous link not working. https://youtu.be/feIui6SlJpc
PCS has a new ONLINE student information form. No more filling out all that paperwork at the beginning of the school year. Here is the video link that explains how to fill out the form. https://youtu.be/FtyPZ-V2STE. Here is the link to fill out the online form https://forms.office.com/r/Mvn1wPkwbg. You can start filling it out now.
This message is for all Preston County Schools aide personnel. There will be an available staff development session on wheelchair securement & harnessing available for any aide personnel that are likely to ride a bus this year and are not already scheduled for CPI training. The session will provide three hours of staff development credit for those interested in completing the training. The training will take place at the JROTC Building at Preston High School beginning at 8 AM and sign-in sheets will be available. Please advise your building administrator if you plan to attend.
Letters approving intra-county transfer applications went out last week. If you haven't completed your form and are expecting your student(s) to attend a school other than in your residential attendance area, please get your form to the county office ASAP. Please make it attention to Laura Shaffer, Attendace Director.
The schedule for service personnel staff development sessions can be found at the Preston County Schools website under the Live Feed section, and will be posted on the PCS Facebook page as well. Please contact Mr. Brad Martin or your building or department supervisor with any additional questions or concerns.
Superintendent Steve Wotring’s update on new district app, staggered start and mask mandate. https://youtu.be/Y_qIwv-7J78
During tonight's meeting of the Preston County Board of Education, multiple county students who are members of the Anchor Point Archery Team were recognized for their recent participation in the International Bowhunters' World Championships at Seven Spring's Resort. Pictured are Coach Jason Schnopp and members of the team.
Dr. Adam Drummond and Chris Price discuss skills students need to be life ready and principal leadership at the administration retreat.