PSD is utilizing an AMI day on Tuesday, January 31st. All high school students should complete day #1 of their assignments on their school chrome books.
School is closed Tuesday, January 31 due to inclement weather. Students should complete Day 1 of their AMI packet. Español: La escuela está cerrada Martes, el 31 de enero debido a las inclemencias del tiempo. Los estudiantes deben que completar el dia 1 de su paquete AMI. Majol: Ilju enaj kilok mwon jikuul kein woj. RiJikuul ro, jouj im kadredrelak Raan 1 ilo AMI Packet kani rekar lewaj.
The Paragould School District continues to monitor the weather. All car lines will start at 1:00 this afternoon (Monday, January 30). Due to the updated weather forecast for this afternoon, PSD will run our buses 90 minutes early. We have buses that are in excess of an hour and a half in length and student safety is the priority.
El Distrito de Paragould continúa monitoreando el clima. Todas las líneas de automóviles comenzarán a la 1:00 de esta tarde (lunes 30 de enero). Debido al pronóstico meteorológico actualizado para esta tarde, PSD ejecutará nuestro autobús 90 minutos antes. Tenemos autobuses que tienen más de una hora y media de duración y la seguridad de los estudiantes es la prioridad.
Jikuul kein an Paragould District ej etale maanwaj wot mejatoto ne an rainin. Aolep lain in car ko nan ektak naaj jino ilo 1:00 kiin eraelep ( Mande, Janod 30 raan). Jen wot nuuj ko rej lale ukooktakier ilo rainin, PSD enaaj jino aer katteri bus ko 90 minit mokajlok rainin. Ewor bus ko rej jerbej emaron aitokin juon awa nan juon jimettan awa im kejparok an rijikuul rein kemij komaje moktata.
Due to the threat of inclement weather, we are rescheduling cheer tryouts to the following days.
Monday: 2/6 4:30pm -6:30pm
Tuesday 2/7 4:30 pm- 5:30 pm
Wednesday 2/8 4:30 pm-? (Actual try out day)
Please join the Google Classroom if you haven’t already to get all needed materials for tryouts.
Please contact Coach Davis if you have any questions. email@example.com
With inclement weather in the forecast this week , this is a reminder that all AMI assignments for high school students are downloaded to their school chrome books.
The 2023 Miss PSD Pageant Rehearsal times have been announced. Please see the attached image and contact Jennifer Wallace with questions. Her email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Paragould Lady Rams-26
The police department was called to a bus accident early this morning. Both the bus and the private vehicle were operable after the incident. No injuries were reported. Students on the bus are fine and have been delivered to their school. Thank you for your patience.
Help us wish the PHS Cheerleaders the best of luck as they take the stage at 9:46am today in Dallas! Go team go!
Congratulations to Caleigh Anderson who was chosen as part of a student exhibition showing at ASTATE’s Bradbury Art Museum!
💡📸 OPENING RECEPTION 📸💡 Thursday, January 19th, 5-6:30PM.
The annual PHS talent show takes place tomorrow in the auditorium. Parents of participants are welcome to attend. The show will start at 9:45am. Attached is a livestream link for all of those who wish to view.
PHS Students and Parents: First semester report card grades are now posted in Home Access Center (HAC) for you to view!
The Class of 2026 is hosting a fundraiser! See the attached flyer for more information!
On November 29th, the Jonesboro Sun printed an article about PHS 10th grader, Jadyn Brown being selected to attend the "Congress of Future Medical Leaders" at the University of Massachusetts Lowell campus. In case you missed it, we included a snapshot of it in our "better late than never" series. Congratulations Jadyn! Your Ram family is proud of you!
The Miss PSD Pageant is going to be held on January 28, 2023. The deadline to register is January 21st. See the attached for information and the QR code to register.
The PHS FFA adopts a family each year through our counselor's office as one of their service projects. Enjoy a few pictures of the students wrapping this years gifts. Also included in this edition of our "better late than never series" are a few pictures from our PHS Agricultural Department. Walmart donated seeds that were then sorted and will be used in the garden kits the Agri students plan to make and give to Rams in lower grades this spring. We have the best students and staff!
Still in the "better late than never" series is news from our Ram Academy. 9th - 12th grade counselors, Paige Yawson and Stacey Horn, met with students to develop a "Student Success Plan" that will help them plan for their academic future. Francesca Shearer, the PHS Career Coach met with 11th graders to map out their next steps toward the college or career of their choice. Officers Beasley and Hall (SRO) completed Part 1 of the program "Smart Choices, Better Chances". In this 4 part series, students will learn about city and state laws and how they affect our youth. As if all of that wasn't enough ~ Nicole Babcock, Community Health Nurse Specialist and former PHS nurse, came to campus during Red Ribbon Week to present "A Dose of Reality" which explains the dangers of abusing prescription medicine.
First National Bank is next up in our "better late than never series" . They donated 150 hygiene kits to our PHS clothing closet. The kits will come in handy when we have students or families in need. Thank you to Neely Camp for organizing and delivering the kits.
You know the saying "better late than never"? Well, we hope you will embrace that thought because we have some pictures and posts that need to be made and some of them are a tad late. Let's get started with this one. Olivia Hancock, PHS graduate and former Key Club member, spoke to current Key Club and Rotary Interact members in November about her experience at West Point. She was also the guest speaker at the Kiwanis luncheon at Grecian that same week.