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  • Board of Education - General Meeting - July 18, 2016 - 6:00 p.m.
  • First Day of School is August 1st. Enjoy the Rest of Your Summer
  • School Supply Lists for PCES - Click Below
Helpful Information
Announcements
  • Summer Reading
    Parents, students in grades K-8 took the MAP Reading test three times this school year.  On the reports are your child's Lexile Range.  You can use this range to help find books this summer that are appropriate for your child to read.  Please read the document below on how to use the Lexile Framework for Reading MAP to Match Readers With Text.

    www.polk.k12.ga.us/docs/Lexile%20Map.pdf

PCHS Girl's Track Team
 

Junior Cody Chandler placed 2nd in Shot Put GHSA AA State Tournament and placed 6th in the Discus .

PCHS was named in US News'  BEST High Schools and given a Bronze ranking for 2015.  Click Below for more information.

PCHS

Summer Inspiration Camps
In an effort to share more pictures of Summer Inspiration Camps we will no longer provide camp name and description just a running list of pictures that we will add to each day. This is the 3rd year that PCCSS has offered Summer Inspiration Camps. This year over 1000 students have taken part in over 106 activities. Camps take place Monday - Thursday and students are provided transportation to and from camp as well as Breakfast and Lunch. Here we have listed a few of the 106 camps that are taking place this summer: Camp ABC, Bored No More, Trip Around the World, Zoochini, Spanish, Fun with Food, Mad Scientist, Gymnastics, Boys & Girls Club, Enchanted Engineering, Detective Club, Creative Art, Soccer, Tennis, History Hunter, Paper Art, Coding Camp, Hand Bells, MATHtastic, American Sign Language, Robotics, Softball, Weight Room, Video Production, Genealogy, Make Music Fun, STOMP, Georgia College Tour and Basketball. As you can see there is certainly something for everyone. If you didn't participate this year, next year make sure you sign up for all the fun. Were you there? Look for your camp's pictures
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National History Day
Mrs. Mullis and Mrs. Little are chaperoning two very special young ladies from PCMS at the National History Day competition in College Park, Maryland. Jenna Mullis placed First in the state for her exhibit, and Laila Pettigrew placed First in state for her historical paper. Both girls will be competing along with 3,000 other students from around the world. Our school system has supported competitors at the national level for five years. The girls would love to make their school system and its BOE proud by bringing home a win at the national level. We as a school system are already proud of their hard work and dedication to a yearlong project.
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UPDATE: The Putnam County Team are waiting for Jenna's project to be delivered to the Smithsonian Museum of American History. Each state or country participating in the contest was asked to nominate one exhibit to be displayed in the museum. Jenna's project will represent Georgia. If you are in D.C. and thought you'd check out the Ruby Red Slippers or maybe the First Ladies' inaugural gowns, stop by and see Georgia’s exhibit. What an honor for our state brought to you by a PCMS student.
PCMS Trip to Orlando
The Gifted and Advanced Content Students from PCMS are in Orlando as I write this. More pictures will be added so check back
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Innovation Award

Putnam County Charter Schools received the Georgia Charter School System Innovation Award from the Georgia Charter System Foundation! Our system was awarded this honor from among 11 other charter systems across the state. PCSS continues to inspire, innovate and excel!

Job Opportunities
How to Reach Us

Putnam County Charter School System
158 Old Glenwood Springs Road
Eatonton, Georgia  31024
Phone: 706-485-5381
 Fax: 706-485-3820

 

 

Move on When Ready (MOWR) Program

 Earlier this year, the Georgia legislature passed and Governor Deal signed into law the Move On When Ready Act. The Move On When Ready [MOWR] program simplifies and expands Georgia’s dual enrollment opportunities so that high school students can simultaneously satisfy high school requirements and get a jump-start on a postsecondary credential.

 

Summer Inspiration 2016
PCHS Boy's Soccer

 

 


 

PCPS Participates in Read Across America
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Our mission  is to assist all students in acquiring knowledge, fostering aspirations, and developing life skills that will empower them to become self-directing, productive and contributing members of a global society.

 

Our vision is a school system in which students, staff and community learn, grow and work together to embrace the future.