PARENTAL SUPPORT GROUP Discussion Topics: Mental Health Around the Holidays Supporting Our Students in a COVID Learning Environment Information on Local Resources Question & Answer Your questions and concerns discussed in a safe environment Meeting Time: Monday 11/23/2020 @ 5:00PM Meeting Location: https://chsfl.zoom.us/j/93127308308?pwd=b1NWY05hTWJJWVRxYzZDRlJDMkhHUT09#success Zoom ID: 931 2730 8308 Password: 308621
17 days ago, Felicia Cahan
Wednesday November 11th at 5:30PM. This is a message from the Putnam County School District to inform you that we are closely monitoring TROPICAL STORM ETA as it makes it way to landfall. District offices and Schools will resume operations tomorrow morning and after-school extracurricular activities will resume as planned. Thank you
22 days ago, Felicia Cahan
Updated weather alert
Wednesday November 11th at 12:00 PM. This is a message from the Putnam County School District to inform you that we are closely monitoring TROPICAL STORM ETA as it makes it way to landfall. At this time District offices and Schools are scheduled to resume operations tomorrow morning and after school extracurricular activities will resume as planned. We will update with the necessary information as it become available. Thank you
22 days ago, Felicia Cahan
Tropical Storm ETA Update
The Putnam County School District is proud to recognize James (JT) Stout as the PCSD Principal of the Year for 2020-2021. In 2001, Mr. Stout began his career in education in Putnam County. Since that time, he has served many different roles: teacher, athletic coach and school leader. Mr. Stout has been the principal of Palatka High School since 2016. When asked recently what his favorite thing was about being a principal he responded: "I enjoy helping students achieve their goals and working with teachers to be the best they can be for our students. Greeting seniors as they walk across the stage at graduation is the best reward as a high school principal." Congratulations JT Stout and Palatka High School! #ProudtobePCSD
29 days ago, Felicia Cahan
Stout
The Putnam County School District is pleased to announce Yolanda Brady as the PCSD Assistant Principal of the Year for 2020-2021! Yolanda is a product of the South Putnam community as a graduate from Crescent City High School. After receiving her education credentials, she came back to South Putnam to serve our community and raise her family. She has worked in the capacity of ESE teacher, reading teacher, CRT, guidance counselor, TOSA, and assistant principal. Under her leadership, the achievement of all subgroups in South Putnam has increased. She continues to place an emphasis on academic achievement and opportunities for all students in Putnam County, and we are so proud to recognize her for her efforts on behalf of our community! #ProudtobePCSD
29 days ago, Felicia Cahan
Yolanda Brady
October is National Principal Appreciation Month! Today we are honoring Rodney Symonds from Middleton-Burney Elementary School. When asked what his favorite thing about being a principal was he responded: "Interacting with a variety of individuals, students and teachers." #ProudtobePCSD #ThankAPrincipal
about 1 month ago, Felicia Cahan
Rodney Symonds
October is National Principal Appreciation Month! Today we are honoring Ted Haengel from Interlachen Elementary School. When asked what his favorite thing about being a principal was he responded: "Having the ability to give a population of students a positive educational experience." #ProudtobePCSD #ThankAPrincipal
about 1 month ago, Felicia Cahan
Ted Haengel
October is National Principal Appreciation Month! Today we are honoring James T. Stout from Palatka High School. When asked what his favorite thing about being a principal was he responded: "I enjoy helping students achieve their goals and working with teachers to be the best they can be for our students. Greeting seniors as they walk across the stage at graduation is the best reward as a high school principal." #ProudtobePCSD #ThankAPrincipal
about 1 month ago, Felicia Cahan
James T Stout
October is National Principal Appreciation Month! Today we are honoring Dr. John Shelby from Crescent City High School. When asked what his favorite thing about being a principal was he responded: "As a high school principal, my favorite thing is graduation night, being able to hand out diplomas and send students off knowing we have provided them all the tools they need to be successful in life." #ProudtobePCSD #ThankAPrincipal
about 1 month ago, Felicia Cahan
John Shelby
October is National Principal Appreciation Month! Today we are honoring Beth Nelson from Browning Pearce Elementary School. When asked what her favorite thing about being a principal was she responded: "I love to see wonder and happiness on the faces of children when they have learned something new or accomplished something that makes them proud. Students have fresh new perspectives about life that they love to share with those around them. Being a principal gives me positive hope for the future." #ProudtobePCSD #ThankAPrincipal
about 1 month ago, Felicia Cahan
Beth Nelson
October is National Principal Appreciation Month! Today we are honoring Leah Lundy from Melrose Elementary School. When asked what her favorite thing about being a principal was she responded: "Watching children get excited about the little things and learning from such amazing teachers!" #ProudtobePCSD #ThankAPrincipal
about 1 month ago, Felicia Cahan
Leah Lundy
October is National Principal Appreciation Month! Today we are honoring Beth Leary from Ochwilla Elementary School. When asked what her favorite thing about being a principal was she responded: "My favorite thing about being a principal is creating relationships with students, parents, and staff as we work together to build a better community." #ProudtobePCSD #ThankAPrincipal
about 1 month ago, Felicia Cahan
Beth Leary
October is National Principal Appreciation Month! Today we are honoring Sandra Libby Weaver from Mellon Elementary School. When asked what her favorite thing about being a principal was she responded: "CHILDREN! Children are amazing little humans. I love to "see the world through their eyes." You never know what they might say or do, but it is always such a treat to get a front row seat to their growth and development. They are funny,smart, unpredictable, and completely honest. If there is anything better than the innocence and excitement of a child, God surely has it waiting for us in Heaven." #ProudtobePCSD #ThankAPrincipal
about 2 months ago, Felicia Cahan
Sandra Libby Weaver
October is National Principal Appreciation Month! Today we are honoring Joseph Theobold from Q.I. Roberts Jr. Sr. High School. When asked what his favorite thing about being a principal was he responded: "I love the challenge of creating an environment that is supportive while maintaining high expectations, allowing a safe place for students to learn through failure. Our students and the people who work with them everyday provide me with such joy and inspiration. " #ProudtobePCSD #ThankAPrincipal
about 2 months ago, Felicia Cahan
Joseph Theobold
October is National Principal Appreciation Month! Today we are honoring Mike Tucker from Kelley Smith Elementary School. When asked what his favorite thing about being a principal was he responded: "My favorite thing about being a principal is having the opportunities to make connections with students in a way that may impact their lives in a positive manner. " #ProudtobePCSD #ThankAPrincipal
about 2 months ago, Felicia Cahan
Mike Tucker
October is National Principal Appreciation Month! Today we are honoring Mary Wood from CLO 6th Grade Center. When asked what her favorite thing about being a principal was she responded: "My favorite thing(s) about being a principal...my answer is twofold. Firstly, I enjoy the interaction of working in a school family. When a driven group of people are working together with a common purpose - my day is fun and fulfilling. I love working with all stakeholders to reach a goal: staff, students, parents and community. Secondly, I love learning! I get to walk through classrooms and witness amazing teachers using engaging strategies AND I get to watch students get excited about new knowledge and skills. BEST JOB EVER!" #ProudtobePCSD #ThankAPrincipal
about 2 months ago, Felicia Cahan
Mary Wood
October is National Principal Appreciation Month! Today we are honoring Mechele Higginbotham from C.H. Price Middle School. When asked what her favorite thing about being a principal was she responded: "I love being able to make an impact on the students and teachers on a daily basis by inspiring them to realize their potential. I enjoy working closely with them to instill a belief in themselves while guiding them to discover their future aspirations and acknowledging their dreams can become a reality through determination and drive!" #ProudtobePCSD #ThankAPrincipal
about 2 months ago, Felicia Cahan
October is National Principal Appreciation Month! Today we are honoring Tracy Taylor from Eleanor H. Miller School. When asked what her favorite thing about being a principal was she responded: "Working with students and their families to help the student reach their maximum potential. It is very satisfying to see students as adults who are living and working successfully." #ProudtobePCSD #ThankAPrincipal
about 2 months ago, Felicia Cahan
Tracy Taylor
October is National Principal Appreciation Month! Today we are honoring Bryan Helms from Interlachen High School. When asked what his favorite thing about being a principal was he responded: "The looks on their faces when they make that walk across the stage to receive their diploma. " #ProudtobePCSD #ThankAPrincipal
about 2 months ago, Felicia Cahan
Bryan Helms - IHS
Superintendent Surrency and Kristin Carroll, administrator on special assignment in Human Resources led a national round table on the importance of teacher retention. Kristin shared the success of PCSD’s Novice Teacher Mentor program that has improved teacher retention for new teachers from 65% to 90% in 3 years. #ProudtobePCSD
about 2 months ago, Felicia Cahan
Nation Roundtable - NTI
National Roundtable - NTI