PMC Donates School Supplies for Kids Attending Pike County Schools
Perfect Attendees Get Bicycles
Inside Pike County Schools Newsletter
On Friday, May 12, 2017, representatives from the Pike County Solid Waste, Pike County School System, and the PRIDE program gathered at the Johns Creek landfill.
"A Newsletter for Pike County Schools"
"Dorton Hosts First Ever Pike Robotics Tourney"
"East Ridge Takes Team Honors"
"Best Spellers in Pike County Meet Jan. 19"
Congratulations to the Johns Creek Elementary Cheerleading squad on their win at the KAPOS State Competition they won Large Elementary Division
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Please note that due to product availability from our vendor, menu items are subject to change at the school level.
We look for our farm to school produce items to start arriving within 2 weeks. I will keep you posted. Thank you for all the great feedback on this very exciting initiative.
First BOD Meeting Held at Belfry High
"A Newsletter for Staff and Friends of Pike County Schools"
"Two to Serve on 17-District Student Voice Board"
"District Reaches Highest Classification"
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"Phelps and Belfry Challenge Teams Win Challenge Competition"
Inside Pike County September 24, 2016
"A Newsletter for School District staff and Communities Served by Pike Schools"
New Officers for the Pike County Youth Leadership Council were elected for the 2016-17 school year at the first meeting of the PCYLC Board of Directors.
"Schools Have Better than 95% Attendance"
Mullins Teacher Jeanne Caudill has been announced as a Microsoft Innovative Educator (MIE) Expert joining the more than 4,800 educators in the MIE Expert program worldwide.
"Four Honored at BOE Meeting"
A big “Congratulations” to Belfry High School Teacher Stephanie Younger, who has been designated a Microsoft Innovative Educator (MIE) Expert joining more than 4,800 educators worldwide in the MIE Expert program!