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    March 16 - April 3 will be #iLearnPulaski Days 3 - 17.  April 13 - 17 will be #iLearnPulaski Days 18 - 22.  Complete all assignments for these days.

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SMS Dress and Appearance Policy for 2019-20
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SMS Dress and Appearance:

Shorts and skirts length must be at or longer than the fingertips when standing with arms to the side.  This rule also applies in regard to holes in jeans/pants/shorts above the fingertips as well.  Students in violation of this rule will be asked to call home and have appropriate clothing brought to school, sent to FRC for a change of clothes, or be sent home for the day. 

Resources Available

Pulaski County Schools want to assist our families and students in coping and adapting to the necessary changes to prevent the transmission of COVID-19.  School Guidance Counselors and Family Resource/Youth Services Center staff are available daily from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.  If you need emergency medical assistance after hours, please contact 911 or the local emergency room.  Also available are a Suicide Prevention hotline (1-800-273-TALK) and Text Crisis Line (just text 741741) that will link you to a counselor for support.  

Do not hesitate to contact school staff if you need assistance!  Click the above article title for more information and links to resources.

"How To" Topics for iLearn Days

Click on this article title for "How To" instructions that might help you with technology issues during the iLearn Days

New topics will be added as needed. Current topics include:

1. How to Log into Google Classroom and join a class (video and step by step tutorial)

2. How to log into School Email

3. How to log into Reading Plus

4. How to access Moby Max

Spring Reminder about SMS Dress Code Policy

As Spring arrives please be aware of the SMS Dress and Appearance Policy as it pertains to Shorts/Pants/Skirts...Click on the article above to see the full, larger version...

SMS Shorts and Pants Policy

 

 

Pulaski County Schools and COVID-19

Recently, there has been increasing concern about the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19.  The district has made efforts to stay informed about the spread of COVID-19.  Our best practice in the case of any health risk is to follow the advice and recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and our state and local health officials.  I would like to update you on our understanding of and response to the coronavirus concern.

Please click on the above article title for the complete letter from Mr. Richardson.