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Attention Parents in Luray area:
Bus 6 students will arrive 30 minutes late on Bus 27.
Attention Parents in Shenandoah area:
Bus 17 students will arrive 30 minutes late on Bus 41 or 25.
Congratulations to Diana Alger, PCHS Business Teacher, and her Personal Finance classes for being recognized by W!SE as number 26 in the nation based on W!SE Financial Literacy certification test scores. Currently, 844 schools in 43 states participate in this program.
Page Alliance for Community Action invites all parents to participate in a Survey to identify the challenges for our youth and the factors that contribute to those challenges . The Survey closes May 30th. Let your voice be heard as we work to build a better community for youth.
National Park Service - 100 year Celebration .. learn about special events
4th Graders Only - Every Kid in a Park Pass - It's FREE ...learn more
Attention Parents: New POWERSCHOOL Parent Portal ...learn more
Noteworthy Dates: (These dates are subject
Friday, May 27 - Snow Make-Up Day - Schools are in session
Monday, May 30 - Memorial Day - Schools Closed
Friday, June 10 - Page County High School Graduation
Saturday, June 11 - Luray High School Graduation - 4:00 p.m.
Difference Makers 2015 - 2016
PCPS is proud to recognize the following individuals whose efforts have touched the lives of students. Each has made a tangible difference!