District News

Dr. Al Pollard named as School Superintendent
Child Find

The purpose of Child Find is to identify, locate, and evaluate children and youth, birth to age 21, who are suspected of, or have a disability or developmental delay. Pulaski County Schools serve children ages 3 through 21 with identified special education needs.

Board of Education Wins Award
Gifted Education Referral Information

From left to right are:

Jennifer Snelgrove, 2018 PCES Teacher of the Year, Ashley Goodroe, 2018 Pre K Teacher of the Year, Mattie Woods, 2018 HHS Teacher of the Year and 2018 System Teacher of the Year, Dr. John H. Bembry, President of The Pulaski County Education Foundation, and Rebecca Wilson, 2018 PCMS Teacher of the Year. Dr. Bembry presented each of the honorees with a monetary gift from The Education Foundation.

Superintendent Search Survey

Stakeholder Feedback Sought Regarding Superintendent Search

Superintendent Search Begins

The district is accepting applications for superitendent to fill the vacancy to be created due to Mrs. Williams' upcoming retirement.

Professional Assistance will be at HHS
Tax Digest and 5 Year History
School Closing for September 2

Due to expected inclement weather, students and staff WILL NOT report to school on Friday, September 2.  Please be safe during this time.

2016 School Supply List (Pre-K, PCES and PCMS)
Parent Meeting

The Pulaski Co. School System is hosting a meeting to get parental input on Title I plans.

Transportation Grant Awarded to HHS

Mrs. Amy Black, counselor at HHS, was recently awarded a transportation grant to enable more students access to dual enrollment opportunities.

Hawkinsville High appears to be the only school in the area to receive a Georgia Student Finance Commission grant to help provide transportation to college campuses for students participating in the state's Move On When Ready program.

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