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  • Summer Academy

    Registration is now open for Summery Academy! Summer Academy will take place at Poquoson Elementary School from July 6 - August 5 (Monday - Thursday, 8:30 am - 12:30 pm).

    This program is open to any child who may:

    • Benefit from additional instruction in reading and/or math over the summer;
    • Benefit from being in a school building with peers after a year or more of virtual instruction;
    • Benefit from instruction and support related to Social Emotional Learning needs;
    • Benefit from enrichment activities provided by PCPS teachers

    To register your child, please print and fill out this form and return to PES no later than Friday, June 11, 2021. Copies of the registration form are also available in the Main Office of PES.

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  • Wednesdays in PCPS

    On March 24, 2021, the Superintendent sent an email to all PCPS families with an update to the school reopening plan. For the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year, Wednesdays will remain as teacher and staff workdays with students continuing to learn following their current Wednesday schedule. This decision is also applicable to the Friday workday for our adaptive special education and PreK programs. To read the full email, click HERE.

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  • April 2 - Early Dismissal

    Friday, April 2, 2021 is an early dismissal day for grades K - 5. There is no change to the high school or middle school dismissal times, as the student day is already shortened. 

    Early dismissal schedules can be found HERE.

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  • Spring 2021 SOL Testing Information for Grades 3-12

    Important SOL testing information was emailed to the parents and guardians of all students in grades 3-12 on Tuesday, March 9. To review all of the information in the email, click HERE. 

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  • Return to More In-Person Learning 

    PCPS will be returing students to more in-person learning following this timeline:

    • Monday, March 29: Grades K-2 and 6-8 begin attending in-person four days a week (M, T, Th, F)
    • Monday, March 29: K-12 special education adaptive programs begin using adjusted start and end times
    • Friday, April 2: Remains an early dismissal day for K-5 (6-12 follow current daily schedule)
    • Monday, April 5 - Friday, April 9: Spring Break (all schools and offices closed)
    • Monday, April 12: Grades 3 - 5 and 9 - 12 begin attending in-person four days a week (M, T, Th, F)

    The full email sent to Continuum of Learning parents/guardians on March 10, 2021 can be found HERE.

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  • RUVNA Health Screening Contact Information Change Request

    If you would like to request a change in the contact information for the RUVNA daily health screening text message, please use this FORM

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  • 2020-2021 POLICY FOR PROVIDING FREE OR REDUCED PRICE MEALS

    PCPS Free and Reduce Price Meals 

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  • Student School Supply List 2020-2021

    School Supply List 2020-2021 

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  • School Entrance Physicals

    School entrance physicals and immunization requirements for admission to school remain unchanged for the 2020-2021 school year. Please pay attention to the important information below to ensure that your child has met the requirements prior to the start of the 2020-2021 school year.

    The Code of Virginia requires that children receive a comprehensive physical examination (§ 22.1-270) within 12 months prior to the start of school and be adequately immunized (§ 22.1-271.2) before entering public kindergarten or elementary school. Other required immunizations include Human Papillomavirus (HPV) for girls entering sixth grade; and a Diphtheria, Tetanus, and Pertussis (Tdap) booster for entry into seventh grade.

    Additional resources are available for families of uninsured and underinsured children or those impacted financially by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

    • The VDH, Vaccines for Children (VFC) map indicates participating providers for immunizations by region. Parents may contact local clinics directly for information and hours of service.
    • The Virginia Community Healthcare Association works with a statewide network of clinics that bill for public and some private insurance. Many clinics provide a sliding scale for those without insurance and offer free immunizations in partnership with the VDH.
    • The Virginia Association of Free Clinics are independent, nonprofit, volunteer-driven and community-based organizations. Each clinic sets its own eligibility requirements and guidelines, and all must be contacted directly for assistance.
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  • PTO Bulls Eye Newsletter

    Check out the latest Bulls Eye Bulletin for upcoming dates and other information!

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