The ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) will be given on December 8th interested juniors and seniors.  The ASVAB is a great tool to help students make career decisions.  Sign up in the guidance if you are interested in taking the exam.  Space will be limited so sign up early. 

UGA College of Veterinary Medicine Scholarship

This scholarship is for students currently enrolled in the UGA Veterinary Medicine program specializing in large animal/food animal practice. The GFB Foundation will award two scholarships of $2,500 each. We encourage all students who qualify for one scholarship to apply. " The deadline to apply for all of the scholarships is scholarship eligibility requirements may be obtained from office or downloaded at the GFB Foundation

Rising College Junior/Senior Scholarship for Agriculture

This scholarship is for college students who have at least two semesters of college work remaining to receive an undergraduate degree from a unit of The University System of Georgia or Berry College and are majoring in agriculture and environmental sciences, family and consumer sciences, or a related agriculture field. The GFB Foundation will award 10 scholarships of $2,000 each. 

Technical College Scholarship for Agriculture

This scholarship is for high school students who plan to enroll in a Georgia accredited technical college who will be majoring in an area of agriculture or agriculturally related field of study. The GFB Foundation will award 10 scholarships of $1,000 each. 

Scholarship for Agriculture

 This scholarship is for high school students who plan to enter a college that is part of the University System of Georgia or Berry College during the 2016-2017 academic year to pursue an undergraduate degree in agricultural and environmental sciences, family and consumer science or a related agricultural field. The GFB Foundation will award five scholarships of $3,010 each and seven scholarships of $1,500 each. 

2016 Colored Rocks Prize

Applications are now being accepted from seniors wishing to receive
consideration for the 2016 Colored Rocks Prize.

The 2016 Colored Rocks Prize is open to high-achieving male students of
color attending high school in Georgia and graduating with the class of
2016. Successful candidates must design and conduct a project which
helps develop another male student or students of color who might be
struggling in some aspect of their personal, academic or social life.

For more information about the Colored Rocks Prize, visit our facebook
page: and our youtube page:
Registration and applications may be found at our website:

Please communicate this info to qualified seniors. The deadline for
applications is December 4, 2015.

The Colored Rocks Foundation established the Colored Rocks Prize in 2011
to address the failing graduation rates in Georgia among young men of
color. The Prize competition was designed to encourage and celebrate
distinguished young men of color who graduate from high school and use
their talent while in high school to return a significant contribution
to their peers.

Thank you,

Rosemarie F. - Marketing Assistant
Colored Rocks Foundation, Inc.
Phone: 404-57-ROCKS (76257)

Teacher of the Year!

(l-r) Lisa England, 2017 PCMS Teacher of the Year; Lesley Murkerson, 2017 HHS Teacher of the Year and 2017 System Teacher of the Year; Gennifer Stuckey, 2017 PCES Teacher of the Year; Christine Cromer, 2017 Pre-K Teacher of the Year; Superintendent Jane Dollie Williams; and Dr. John H. Bembry, President of The Pulaski County Education Foundation.

TeleMedicine has Arrived!

Our new Telemedicine Program is an exciting opportunity that will allow students to be seen by a doctor while still at school. We have access to Dr. Kopacz, Dr. Bill, and over 200 other doctors including many specialists. Our goal is to provide every possible resource to keep each and every student healthy in order to stay in class, and receive a great education.

Click here for Full Details

Enrollment Package
(to be turned in to your child's school nurse)


John F. Kennedy Library Foundation Essay

The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation invites U.S. high school students to write an essay on an act of political courage by a U.S. elected official who served during or after 1956.  For contest information, registration and to submit your essay, visit the Profile in Courage Essay Contest at 

First place winner - $10,000

2nd place winner - $1,000

3rd place winners (5) - $500

Deadline for submission is January 6, 2016.  

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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.

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