Under the Guidance for Public Bodies on the Open Meetings and Freedom of Information Act During the COVID-19 Pandemic (updated July 2), Where a public body does not have...
The PCHS school newspaper is back in a brand new way! Check out The Blue Streak’s new website. Through the link below you can access the school newspaper at any time. There...
The Return to School plan can be found here. The situation is still fluid and the need for adjustments will be addressed each day. There is no blueprint, there are no...
REMINDER: The City of Pinckneyville Water Department has planned maintenance at the water plant on January 19, 2021. A Boil Water Order will be in effect for all City Water Customers starting the afternoon of January 19, 2021 thru at least January 22, 2021.
PCHS will provide bottled drinking water for our students and staff. Students are allowed to bring bottled water or water bottles from home as well. The refill stations at the school will not be in service.
We will cooperate with the city to help get the messages to you as the work progresses.
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Spring Semester Return to School
Thank you for helping make our fall semester a success by all measures under the COVID-19 circumstances. There are hundreds of schools across our state who never got their students back into the classrooms at all. We've done well despite the odds and minor hiccups along the way.
On that note, as we return to school for the spring semester it is important to remind ourselves of the protocols and expectations for in-person attendance. You will find the COVID-19 check list attached to this message. In order for the spring semester to be successful we must take what we've learned from the fall and continue to be diligent and responsible.
We recognize that this has been a long and tiresome journey to this point. Trust us, the entire PCHS staff is ready for things to get back to as normal as possible. Until then, we must continue to improve on the practices that allowed us to be one of the few schools to maintain in-person learning for our students. Cooperation from ALL of us is the only thing that will keep us in the building.
Thank you again for your ongoing support, understanding, and cooperation as we navigate these extraordinary circumstances.
Keith Hagene - Superintendent
Tony Wilson - Principal
New edition of the Counselor Connection is posted!
You are not just a test score!! Colleges care more about the work you’ve done in high school. They look for students who have earned strong grades in challenging courses. They also try to learn about your character by looking at what you do outside of the classroom. (bigfuture.org) #collegechangeseverything
**Seniors- Don't forget tonight's FAFSA Completion Workshop starting at 6pm in the PCHS Cafatorium**
College isn’t as competitive as you might think. Fewer than 100 colleges in the U.S. are highly selective, which means they accept less than 25 percent of applicants. Close to 500 four-year colleges accept more than 75 percent of applicants. And open-admission colleges, such as Rend Lake College, accept all or most high school graduates. (bigfuture.org) #collegechangeseverything