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Pulaski Showcases Culinary Skills at OCAY League Pulaski Showcases Culinary Skills at OCAY League: Oswego County Academic Youth League students competed in a series of tests related to food on March 8, with the theme of “Chew on This.”   To succeed, students relied on skills in culinary arts, nutrition, language, biology, art, math and more.   In the food as art category, teams created a two-dimensional interpretation of a famous pop culture celebrity following artistic elements of style, color and texture.   In other challenges, students created their own salsa recipe as well as a marketing plan for it.   “We hope that you found this to be a unique and creative experience for you,” said OCAY League Coordinator Matt Goodnough.   OCAY League is coordinated through the Center for Instruction, Technology and Innovation’s ...
Pulaski students team up with Siena College to combat cyber bullying Pulaski students team up with Siena College to combat cyber bullying: A week after taking a pledge to honor those who lost their lives at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, students at Pulaski Academy & Central School District made another pledge to end cyberbullying.   The district recently hosted the AT&T and Siena College Upstander Program, a peer-to-peer prevention program utilizing trained Siena College students to help educate high school students on how to combat cyberbullying.   The program paired Siena College students with several students from Pulaski High School for a day of peer-to-peer conversations, role playing exercises and workshops. At the end of the day, the college students and the newly-trained Pulaski students hosted a school-wide assembly to showcase what they learned.   “I ...
Pulaski High School Student Tour Lockheed Martin Pulaski High School Student Tour Lockheed Martin: Students from Pulaski High School were recently given the opportunity to visit Lockheed Martin in Syracuse to learn more about the engineering field.   During their trip, students engaged in several activities, including a team-building exercise called, “Lost at Sea,” where they were asked to prioritize 14 items in a lifeboat in terms of their survival value. Then a comparison to how the US Coast Guard would rank the items was given to see how close the students were.   Speakers presented information about the types of engineers Lockheed Martin employs. A facility tour was also given that included various mobile radar systems, an air traffic radar tracking testing facility and an anechoic chamber.   Students were then able to engineer and create an egg ...
Pulaski students visit Texas during distance learning activity Pulaski students visit Texas during distance learning activity: Even though they may be thousands of miles apart, sixth grade students at Pulaski Middle School recently met with students in Texas through a distance learning activity.   Pulaski students met with students from Alief, Texas, a suburban community near Houston, to share information about their respective schools and communities. The biggest cultural shock for the Pulaski students came when they discovered just how big of a district the students from Texas came from – more than 47,000 students reside in the Alief Independent School District.   The activity was provided by the Center for Instruction, Technology & Innovation’s Distance Learning Program, which strives to bridge the gap in educational opportunities and enhance learning experiences for students by ...
Mr. Pulaski contest to provide laughs, proceeds Mr. Pulaski contest to provide laughs, proceeds: The annual Mr. Pulaski Contest will be returning to Pulaski Middle-Senior High School to help raise funds for worthy causes.   Mr. Pulaski is beauty pageant for male students and includes competitions in the categories of beach attire, formal wear, talent and interviews.   While the event will provide plenty of laughs, the district hopes it will also provide some proceeds for local causes. Proceeds from the event will go toward Coaches vs. Cancer, as well as the Darcy Hilton Scholarship Fund, which is in memory of a cherished Pulaski graduate who passed away from cystic fibrosis.   Mr. Pulaski will take place on Wednesday, March 28 at 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Admission to the event is $5 per person and additional donations will also be accepted. Please ...
Pulaski students show respect for Stoneman Douglas HS Pulaski students show respect for Stoneman Douglas HS: Students and staff at Pulaski Middle School/High School recently held a 17-minute assembly out of respect for the 17 individuals that lost their lives at Marjory Stoneman High School in Parkland, Florida.   During the student-led assembly, students and staff took a “Pledge for 17,” which will have them reach out to 17 new people by the end of the school year to build a positive atmosphere and create unity between students.   “I know what it’s like to be the student that feels alone. I know what it’s like to be a teacher trying to support everyone. I know what it’s like to be at home and have difficulties,” Principal Mike Bateson said during the assembly. “But I also know that we have the capacity for greatness.”   ...
Pulaski crowns first-ever Battle of the Books champions Pulaski crowns first-ever Battle of the Books champions: In which book is a friendship bracelet buried?   It was on this question that Pulaski Academy’s first-ever Battle of the Books champions were crowned. With the competition tight after 15 questions, team “Reading Raptors” correctly answered the final question to earn the right to advance to the county-wide competition on March 15. Twenty-one sixth-grade students at Pulaski Middle School participated in the competition, representing the first students to ever compete in the program for Pulaski. “This is a great program. It gives students that already read even more incentive and it engages students who don’t typically like to read,” said teacher and Battle of the Books coordinator Jill Truax. Battle of the Books is a competitive reading ...
Battle of the Books Today! Battle of the Books Today!: Pulaski Middle School's Batlle of the Books will be held today, Monday March 5, at noon in the auditorium. The event was previously scheduled for Friday, March 2, but was rescheduled due to the district's snow day. We hope to see you there!
Early College Program Night: You Are Invited! Early College Program Night: You Are Invited!: DATE CHANGE:  On  Tuesday, February 13 th , at 6:00 PM , in the Pulaski HS in the Cafeteria, we will be hosting an informational night for families and students to learn about our  Early High School College Program . This program is offered in conjunction with Onondaga Community College and is free for selected students in Oswego County Schools. Participating schools have up to ten slots available for students and this is based on an application process.  Students can earn college credit while attending OCC and completing high school graduation requirements . A panel of PACS currently enrolled students will be there to discuss their experiences with the audience. We hope to see you there to learn more about this program.  ( In the event of bad weather, the snow ...
PACS Presents: Principal Jokes! PACS Presents: Principal Jokes!: Principal Bateson and Principal Brillo recently faced off in a joke-telling battle to determine who the funniest principal in Pulaski is. Here's what happened!!
Hendry Excited to Join Pulaski Family Hendry Excited to Join Pulaski Family: With the goal of making sure every student achieves high levels of learning, Joelle Hendry is off and running as the new principal at Lura M. Sharp Elementary School in the Pulaski Academy & Central School District.   Hendry, who joins Pulaski Academy after a lengthy tenure at Phoenix Central School District, said her goal for the remainder of the 2017-18 school year is to continue with the current goals set in place, as well as to immerse herself within the Pulaski community.   While she admitted she’ll miss her time in Phoenix, she noted her excitement about becoming the newest member of the Blue Devil family.   “This is a tight knit community, and everyone works towards the same goal for the students,” Hendry said. “And that’s ...
Welcome To The Den! 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!
Pulaski students learn about computer hardware 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 ...
Flu Season is here! Flu Season is here!: The flu vaccine provides effective prevention. 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.   REMINDER: If your child is sick with a fever (temp over 100) or vomiting, they cannot return to school until vomit free and fever free (without medication) for 24 hours. 
20 Questions: Ken Isgar 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!
Holiday Concerts Bring the Sounds of the Season 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.  
Pulaski students help spread holiday cheer 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.  
Updated Holiday Concert Schedule 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 ...
Pulaski prepares for Battle of the Books 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 ...
How To Determine A Snow Day 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!



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