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Welcome To The Den!: As Varsity Basketball Coach Jordan Fahnestock puts it, "I think we have the best student section in Class C Basketball." We proudly present The Devils Den! more >>
Pulaski students learn about computer hardware: Seventh grade students at Pulaski Middle School recently received a hands-on lesson that had their full, hi-tech attention.   Students in Amy LaDue’s seventh grade computer class were visited by Technology Director Trista VanDuzer-House, who provided a presentation on the components and pieces of a computer.   VanDuzer-House showcased the four components of a computer – input, storage, processing and output – and explained what purpose each served. The students were asked to put the computer back together.   “The students did an amazing job with learning the components,” VanDuzer-House said. “And once they put it back together, we had a conversation about how tablets and phones compare to computers. We don’t think of phones ... more >>
Flu Season is here!: It is not too late to get your child vaccinated. While the vaccine may not be effective against all strains of flu, IT IS EFFECTIVE against many strains that are currently going around. Take advantage of the protection it can provide. Contact your child's doctor or our SBHC (Elementary: 298-2570, MS/HS 298-2696) about getting your child immunized. Click here to learn more about flu season and vaccination. more >>
20 Questions: Ken Isgar: Welcome to our third installment of Pulaski High School's 20 Questions! This time we met up with English teacher Ken Isgar, who tell us what his favorite school lunch is, why he decided to teach English and who he prefers between Shakespeare and Dickens! more >>
Holiday Concerts Bring the Sounds of the Season: Students throughout Pulaski Academy & Central School District showcased their musical abilities during the holiday season with a variety of concerts. Each of Pulaski's three schools produced heart warming band and choral concerts just before winter break, with hundreds of proud family members, friends and community members in attendance. Due to weather, this year the Pulaski Middle School and Pulaski High School concerts were held on the same night, which actually served as a great reminder as to how successful and popular the music departments are at Pulaski. "We crunched the numbers today... out of grades six through 12, 65 percent of our student body was on this stage tonight," said band director Jack Jennings.   more >>
Pulaski students help spread holiday cheer: Even a snow day couldn’t keep Pulaski Academy & Central School students from volunteering for their community. Pictured, students from Pulaski Middle School, including several student government participants, teamed up with community members to help the Pulaski Lions Club fill holiday food and gift boxes for local families.   more >>
Updated Holiday Concert Schedule: Due to the high school concert cancellation on 12/13, all the Middle and High School band/chorus groups  will perform on December 20, 2017. There will be three separate concerts to ensure that there is enough seating for all. For those planning to attend just one concert, the school asks that audience members arrive at 6:45 for the 7/8 concert and 7:45 for the high school concert. This will help with any overcrowding issues.  When audience members arrive, there may still be a concert in progress.  We invite those audience members to go to the cafeteria for some holiday goodies and wait until the previous concert is over.   The concerts will be streaming live in the cafeteria.  Thank ... more >>
Pulaski prepares for Battle of the Books: For students at Pulaski Academy & Central School District, the joy of reading will now be coupled with the thrill of competition.   Twenty-one sixth grade students at Pulaski Middle School will compete in a Battle of the Books event, the first time the district has participated in the program. Battle of the Books is a competitive reading incentive program that tests student’s knowledge on 10 books they’ve been assigned to read.   Teacher Jill Truax, who is coordinating the competition, said the event ties in perfectly with the school’s effort to provide more reading opportunities for students.   “We’ve incorporated independent reading time in the classroom this year, so this fits in great with that,” Truax said.   The ... more >>
How To Determine A Snow Day: It's that time of year! Ever wonder how we determine a snow day or delay? Check out Superintendent Brian Hartwell providing some insight on how to predict a snow day! more >>
Middle School Enjoys Spirited Pep Fest: After showcases tons of school pride during Spirit Week, students and staff at Pulaski Middle School headed to the gym for Pep Fest to determine a winner. All three grade levels showcased plenty of spirit, but only one could be crowed champions of the friendly competition. In the end, the judges decided to crown the sixth grade class as 2017 Middle School Spirit Week champions! more >>
Students Go See Wonder: Sixth grade students recently took a trip to Oswego to view the movie Wonder. The entire class first read the book in their reading class, and then went to see the movie, which they all enjoyed. The book tells the story of a boy with facial differences who enters the fifth grade and attends public school for the first time. more >>
20 Questions: Aimee Mumford: What is Ms. Mumford's favorite part of teaching? How about her favorite singer?! Find out those things and more in the edition of Pulaski High School's 20 Questions! more >>
Lura M. Sharp Honors Veterans: The Lura M. Sharp Elementary community recently gathered to celebrate and honor local veterans during a Veterans Day celebration. The event included a video thanking each branch of the United States military, as well as a slideshow featuring photos of veterans that are related to students and staff at the school. more >>
20 Questions: Coach Paul Monnat: Welcome to our first segment of 20 Questions, where you can find out more about our High School Staff! First up,  Football Coach Paul Monnat! SPOILER ALERT, he loves football! more >>
Fifth Graders Take Writing Pledge: Fifth graders at Lura M. Sharp have taken the pledge to become better writers by setting writing goals to understand how to read rubrics.   Teacher Danielle Lasell said the idea for the writing goals came after she filled out student rubrics from on-demand assessments, which help provide feedback to students on areas that they need to strengthen.   “I did not want to assume that all students understood how to read a rubric and why they are used as ‘feedback’ to help promote their writing abilities,” said Lasell. “I created a ‘goal setting’ plan in order for students to better understand the three categories the rubric is broken into: development, structure and language conventions.   Lasell said the students responded well ... more >>
Lura Sharp Elementary Celebrates Halloween!: Plenty of fun (and spookiness) was had at Lura M. Sharp's Halloween Parade!! Students dressed up in a variety of costumes and paraded out of the school and down the street, where parents were waiting to snap a few photos. Below are a few photos from the parade! more >>
Students Participate in First OCAY League Event: Pulaski High School students participated in the first Oswego County Academic Youth League (OCAY) competition of the school year left students puzzled as their deductive reasoning was tested in a series of mind-boggling puzzle challenges.   Teams of students entered the Mind Boggler Arena to put their logical reasoning to the test. The game master selected a secret, pre-set code of four color dots in a specific order, and the students were challenged to break the code.   Other tasks included timed 3D puzzles and pen/pencil visual-spatial tests. more >>
Lura M. Sharp Showcases Student Achievement at Open House: Student achievement was on full display during Lura M. Sharp Elementary School’s recent open house. The event provided students with the opportunity to introduce their families to teachers and staff at the school, and for teachers to discuss the progress students have made thus far in the school year. Parents were able to see class spaces and student work that was showcased throughout the hallways of the school. Students eagerly pointed out their school projects and where their locker was located. Principal Susan Lohret welcomed community members and said she was enthusiastic about the school year. more >>
Jared Campbell Visits PACS: Pulaski Academy & Central School District recently invited an award winning singer and songwriter to the district to perform songs promoting kindness, compassion and respect.   Musician Jared Campbell visited with students at Pulaski Middle School and Lura M. Sharp Elementary School and focused on the importance of kindness and respect.   At Lura M. Sharp Elementary, Campbell performed several fun sing-a-long songs, including one that encouraged students to be super heroes by following three simple rules: learn respect, put safety first and always look out for others.   Campbell also performed an anti-bullying song, which noted in the lyrics that student’s simply need to, “Do the right thing.” more >>
Origins of the Spirit Salmon: A Spirit Week Story: It's one of Pulaski's greatest mysteries... the origins of the Spirit Salmon. Where did it come from? How did it become the symbol of Spirit Week? And why is it so important to the district and community? Find out below! more >>

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