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Maumelle Middle

September is Bring Your Legislator to School Month. Things look a little different with school visits this year - they're all virtual! Congresswoman Joyce Elliott spoke with a 7th grade PreAP Geography class at MAUMELLE MIDDLE last week. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence view image

Maumelle Middle about 1 hour ago
Pine Forest Elementary

Meet “Pandemic Pete" - he helps remind kindergartners how to stay safe. Pete hangs out in Mrs. Sergeant's classroom at PINE FOREST ELEMENTARY. #pcsspdroud #equityandexcellence view image

Pine Forest Elementary 1 day ago
Oakbrooke Elementary

Students at OAKBROOKE recently researched hurricanes. Mrs. Middaugh’s digital Alpha class studied the natural disasters and how they affect the coast and beyond. After studying the engineering design process, students created prototypes that could help before, during, and after a hurricane. https://www.pcssd.org/article/309582?org=pcssd #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence view image

Oakbrooke Elementary 4 days ago
Mills Middle

MILLS MIDDLE art teacher Ms. McMullin's students participated in an "art as play" watercolor lesson. The assignment was done outside and spread out so that the students could remove their masks to work. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence view image

Mills Middle 5 days ago
Lawson Elementary

Thank you to the Northwest Arkansas Audubon Society and private donors for donations which brought two bird feeders to the playground, along with food for the whole year! Ms. Haynes requested the donations from the Arkansas Birding community and they showed up! She is looking forward to sharing her love of birds with the students. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence view image

Lawson Elementary 7 days ago

The first NWEA MAP growth assessment begins this week. These evaluations guide teachers on how to help students continue to learn. We've added a section on our website with tips for traditional and virtual students: http://ow.ly/im1K50BqlZM #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence view image

PCSSD 8 days ago

Message from the Superintendent to PCSSD Families

Dr. Charles McNulty

As we enter the 2020-21 school year, I keep thinking about what our students will say about us 50 years from now. As I enter my third year as Superintendent of PCSSD, I feel strongly that our students will look back and say that we provided an educational experience that conquered fear and isolation. We will accomplish this by reinforcing our social contract with schooling, governance and the economy that affords all citizens the opportunity to live a good life. A good life free of discrimination, free of false promises, and free of paralyzing fear. I know this to be true because I have met so many parents, students, community members, and professionals whose passion and commitment to our communities is authentic and rooted in hard work founded upon a deep pride for family, neighborhood, town, and the beautiful state of Arkansas!

Without question, this year will challenge us! There will be times we take two steps forward, then find ourselves three steps back. We will see what we consider as fact and best practice fall to the wayside as we LEARN of better ways to build a stronger educational community. Yet, through all this uncertainty we will focus on students and the skills they need to truly transform their lives and our communities. To do this, we have added Schoology as a Learning Management System (LMS) where all our curriculum can be found and our Big Rocks initiatives of AVID and PBIS can be supported. Through Schoology, students who have chosen a face-to-face educational experience will be taught with students choosing an A/B experience, at the same time. Schoology will also be utilized for all digital learning students to ensure that when all students physically return to the schools we will not have students learning different sets of curriculum.

Finally, our public schools can rise to these difficult times and overcome the challenges that face our students and their families together! We should have disagreements because that is the essence of healthy learning opportunities in a democratic society. We are always striving to get better here at PCSSD. I walk into this school year confident that 50 years from now our students will be grateful for the commitment we, as stakeholders in their future, had for the life they carved out for themselves.

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