High School Program Highlights
The district has a strong academic programs that support students preparing to continue their studies in college as well as students preparing to enter occupational work immediately post their high school graduation. The Board of Education and the professional staff believe that the best outcomes for students can be achieved by pursuing the beliefs of cooperation, high expectations, trust, success, flexibility, active learning, dynamic attitudes and proactive educational methods. PACS has developed Educational Philosophical Beliefs and Classroom Practices that are to be consistently implemented to best help student become academically successful.
The intention of the district is to provide students with an education which leads to high self-esteem, self-direction as a learner, respect for themselves and others and the acquiring of a broad knowledge base while attaining the necessary process skills to be successful member of a community. All school district personnel should be committed to developing these ideals and exit behavior outcomes to best help and support students.
The Pulaski District is involved with many CiTi BOCES (Oswego County) services, local businesses (ex. Fulton Boiler Works) and has developed an affiliation with Jefferson Community College to provide our students and staff with opportunities. Such programs allow for internships, professional development opportunities for staff, and situations for students to work in internships in the professional setting. In addition, the Oswego County Teacher Center and the CiTi BOCES (Oswego) Division of Instructional Support Services provide numerous in-service opportunities to our school as well. The school district maintains a close association with local colleges, businesses and with CiTi BOCES to provide support services, professional development and enhance our school programming to best help kids learn and grow.