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Where Have All the Students Gone?

Often, the general public does not recognize the significance of school attendance. Attendance affects a variety of evident aspects of a school, including academic success, belonging, social and emotional stability, and finances. School administrators are faced with the daunting task of maintaining ADA rates near 95%. One might wonder, "How can we compete with the rest of the world and keep our children in school?" This is not a simple answer; in fact, it is complex. Nonetheless, I believe that there is an overarching theme that can help achieve the 95% target. This blog discusses the top five strategies for maintaining a high attendance rate throughout the school year.

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PCHS vs. Amite County

Homecoming Week

Dress up Days

 

 

Monday: Mathlete Vs. Athlete

Tuesday: Tacky Tourist

Wednesday: Country vs. Country Club

Thursday: Throwback 90s 

Friday: Cardinal and Gold 

August Student of the Month

Keavea Goff

Coach Jackson
Mrs. McDonald

Ryan Jackson and Amanda McDonald

PCHS Homecoming Court

Homecoming Queen: Gabby King     Homecoming King: Ashton Carrouth     Student Body Maid: Kimberly Scroggins        Maid of Honor: Dakota Hinton

Freshman Maids

Cameron Rodriguez

Jordan Thornton

Sophomore Maids

Sophia McSwain

Allie Windham

Junior Maids

Lilli Carter

Madison Dunnam

Senior Maids

Sariah Howze

Amauri Johnson

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WE ARE THE BEST! BETTER THAN THE REST! WE ARE THE MIGHTY MIGHTY BULLDOGS!!

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Mission

Our mission is to empower all scholars to achieve their potential through acceptance, trust, and a high standard of excellence.

 

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Bridging the Divide

                                   

Vision

 

We envision becoming a high performing school by fostering a learning environment that maximizes the capacity of all students, faculty, and stakeholders through reflective practice.