• The end of 2019-20

    Posted by Clint Shuman on 5/29/2020 7:45:00 AM

    Greetings Pumas,

    Well, here we are. The end of another school year. Only this year, as you know, has ended like no other before it. As we wonder about the future, and take each day by day, I hope you will join me in reflecting on another Gold Medal school year at Park Crest Middle School.

    I want to share a special thank you to all of our parents and community for sending us such amazing kids each and every day. I truly believe that the true success of a school lies in the collective commitments and values of the students, families, and staff. I am thankful for our PCMS family because that success is always present.

    We had a very special “reverse parade” the other day that was the perfect culminating event for our school year. Thank you to everyone who came out to celebrate. If you missed it for any reason you can check on the video using this link:  https://youtu.be/J_U47K6iWoE

    To our returning Pumas, I cannot wait for the day we can all reconnect and reflect on this “journey” of COVID-19 together in our building. I miss your smiles, your laughs, your silly middle school age behavior, and much more. I hope that this time has been refreshing and rejuvenating. Nonetheless, we will carry on and we will be back together to continue the great work we started.

    To our 8thgraders and family, I am very sorry that we will never get the official closure to this middle school milestone year we expected. However, I do believe the resiliency through struggle and change will make us all stronger. Please know that no matter where you go, or what you do, once a puma…. Always a puma. Remember where you came from and remember what you have been taught. You can do anything you put your mind to. Never settle, and keep improving, always, in all ways. Be Gold Medal, the best of the best in everything you do.

    We would like to share our annual tradition of an 8thgrade video with each and every family in a slightly different way than we are typically able. This video is not able to capture every moment of our busy year, but is a great reflection of the many smiles and many memories. I hope you and your family will enjoy this video, brought to you by the great Ms. Layman: 8th Grade Video

    Please know that you are always welcome to visit and we will keep in touch throughout your journey.

    I am proud of each and every puma and I thank our students, staff, families, and community for all that you do for the Park Crest family.

    We have adopted a remote learning that keeps us bound in the unity we value:

    “Even apart… we are pumas”.

    With that in mind, I hope you will metaphorically join me in shouting our campus anthem….

    “who are we…… we are pumas.”

    “who are we…..  We are pumas!”

    “WHO ARE WE….. WE. ARE. PUMAS!”

     

    Most sincerely,

     

    Zack Kleypas
    Principal
    Park Crest Middle School

    “Keep improving, always, in all ways.”

     

    Other Important News:

    Yearbook distribution will have to be postponed until August. When our shipment comes in we will be sure to find a way to get it to you.

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    Pre-AP Reading list link

     

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  • 3 Quick Things at PCMS!

    Posted by Clint Shuman on 5/27/2020 11:00:00 AM

    Greetings Pumas,

    This email serves as a reminder of our reverse parade, an announcement for a special 8th grade celebration event, and a final reminder for our campus survey opportunity.

    1. Reverse Parade: This is a friendly reminder that TODAY, May 27th, 2020 between 1:30-2:30 pm is our Park Crest Middle School end of year “reverse parade” held through the parking lots of the Park Crest campus. The event is drive through, come and go. Teachers and staff will be positioned throughout our parking lot to waive and say goodbye as you pass through. Please feel free to wait a bit until the initial rush passes through and arrive anytime between the 1:30-2:30 pm timeframe if you wish. Friendly reminder to follow CDC social distancing guidelines during the event.

    Here is a reminder of the logistics:

    A reverse parade is when folks come and drive through the parade, instead of us going out and doing a parade. It is a great way to provide closure to the school year and let students and teachers see one another for final goodbyes to conclude the school year, while staying safe and social distancing.

    Our staff will arrive at 1:00ish to stage around the building in their cars/lawn chairs. We ask you to arrive at 1:30 and drive in your car through the front parking loop, around the building, and out through the back parking lot (map attached below). We highly encourage signs, car paintings, balloons, or other fun décor if you want (of course not required). You and your family will drive through the parking lot (staying in your vehicles the whole time) and will be able to see all of our amazing PCMS staff members along the path.

    (Relevant story) I recently took my family to the Franklin (drive thru) zoo. It was a blast and perfect for social distancing. You stay in your car and view/wave/feed the animals as you go. This is very similar to our experience (minus the feeding and the animals). The reason I tell this story is because unfortunately a car or two decided to stop completely and made the 1 hour course nearly 5 hours!!! I know you and your family may be tempted to stop and chat with your favorite, beloved staff members but we ask that you stay (slowly) moving as you wave and yell out the hellos. If you want to make a second loop, that is perfect! But for the speed of others we ask you keep things moving for us. We will have a few staff devoted to politely assisting with traffic flow just in case.

    We hope that you will enjoy this end of year celebration and send of.

    Can’t make it? No problem! We will be sending a vehicle through with a camera to record the entire trip! I will then post that to our social media and principal’s blog.

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    2. 8th Grade End of Year Celebration: A few awesome Puma parents have put together an event that will take place on Friday, May 29th, at 6:00 pm. Please see info below. Also, thank you SO much if you are one of the awesome parents who are putting this on for our kids. Friendly reminder to follow CDC social distancing guidelines during the event.

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    3.  PfISD Survey (for PCMS): A few weeks back we shared a survey for parents to provide feedback to help us keep improving. Please take a minute if you have not yet.

    Our district values your feedback! We are asking you to take a brief survey to tell us about your experience with your student’s campus. To ensure we continue to provide high quality, rigorous learning experiences that meet the needs of our learners and prepare them for college and career, we need your feedback. We want to know what you think.

    The survey will close on May 29th. https://surveys.panoramaed.com/pflugerville/family/surveys?language=en

     

    Most sincerely,

     

    Zack Kleypas
    Principal
    Park Crest Middle School

    “Keep improving, always, in all ways.”

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  • End of the Year at PCMS!

    Posted by Zachary Kleypas on 5/22/2020

    Greetings Pumas,

    Happy Friday! I hope this message finds you well.

    It is hard to believe, that this is the final full week of the 2019-20 school year. Who would have thought this would be the ending we are in for? I want to take a moment to thank all the Park Crest Middle School faculty and staff for their flexibility, resilience, and compassion during these unprecedented times. We definitely didn’t transition perfectly, but I can say with confidence that everyone gave it their best.

    Next, I want to thank our hundreds of remote learning home school teachers; YOU. As a parent myself, I know how difficult it has been to balance changing environments, work uncertainty, close proximity with family, and learning zoom/google classroom/and countless other virtual log in information.

    There is an old proverb that I have framed in my office that reads, “it takes a village”. This has been most evident here in 2020. Please know that we appreciate you, we recognize you, and we thank you for working along side of us on behalf of our students, your children.

    2020 PCMS Reverse Parade:

    A reverse parade is when folks come and drive through the parade, instead of us going out and doing a parade. It is a great way to provide closure to the school year and let students and teachers see one another for final goodbyes to conclude the school year, while staying safe and social distancing.

    The event will start at 1:30pm and conclude at 2:30pm on Wednesday, May 27th, 2020.

    Here is how it works:

    Our staff will arive at 1:00ish to stage around the building in their cars/lawn chairs. We ask you to arrive at 1:30 and drive in your car through the front parking loop, around the building, and out through the back parking lot (map attached below). We highly encourage signs, car painting, balloons, or other fun décor if you want (of course not required). You and your family will drive through the parking lot (staying in your vehicles the whole time) and will be able to see all of our amazing PCMS staff members along the path.

    (Relevant story) I recently took my family to the Franklin (drive thru) zoo. It was a blast and perfect for social distancing. You stay in your car and view/wave/feed the animals as you go. This is very similar to our experience (minus the feeding and the animals). The reason I tell this story is because unfortunately a car or two decided to stop completely and made the 1 hour course nearly 5 hours!!! I know you and your family my be tempted to stop and chat with your favorite, beloved staff members but we ask that you stay (slowly) moving as you wave and yell out the hellos. If you want to make a second loop, that is perfect! But for the speed of others we ask you keep things moving for us. We will have a few staff devoted to politely assisting with traffic flow just in case.

    We hope that you will enjoy this end of year celebration and send of.

    Cant make it? No problem! We will be sending a vehicle through with a camera to record the entire trip! I will then post that to our social media and principal’s blog.

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    PCMS Gold Medal Athletic Awards:

    Please help me in celebrating our 2019-20 athletic awards:

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    PCMS Gold Medal Teacher:

    Our very own Ms. Kempf was recently recognized for being… AMAZING! By the Pflugerville Education Foundation.

    "Ms. Kempf keeps the kids excited about learning through the interesting special projects and the daily videos that she sends to keep connected with her students. Since many of the subjects in middle school right now are review for the year, the GT kids may not be super motivated or engaged in their other subjects, but Pflex is always interesting!"

    Thank you, Ms. Kempf!

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    Awesome Opportunity from the Library:

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    2019-20 Yearbooks:

    We are still waiting on updates from our yearbook company regarding printing of yearbooks for the 2019-20 school year. As soon as we get an update Ms. Layman and I will reach out to connect you with your book. Thank you for your patience and sorry for the delay. Unfortunately, it is beyond our control at the current moment.  But, Ms. Layman has put together another gem. It will be worth the wait!

     

    Community Resources:

    This is a reshare of an awesome community resource list for families.
    Please feel free to utilize and/or share with family and friends.

     

    We have compiled trusted online resources, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies offering various forms of support and important information. We hope you find this is a helpful reference page.

     

    Basic Needs

    Aunt Bertha is a social care network that connects people and programs — making it easy for people to find social services (ex: free or reduced medical care, food, job training) in your communities. Simply type in your zip code to find resources in your area. (auntbertha.com)

     

    2-1-1 Texas, a program of the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, is committed to helping Texas citizens connect with the services they need. 2-1-1 Texas is a free, anonymous social service hotline available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

    No matter where you live in Texas, you can dial 2-1-1, or (877) 541-7905, and find information about resources in your local community. Whether you need help finding food or housing, childcare, crisis counseling or substance abuse treatment, one number is all you need to know.

     

    Catholic Charities of Central Texas provides emergency assistance help to families to avoid homelessness and achieve financial security. Other services include counseling, immigration services, integrated health services, rental assistance, and assistance for mothers and their babies through the Gabriel Project. To learn more about the programs of Catholic Charities, call (512) 651-6100. (ccctx.org)

     

    RISE (Relief in a State of Emergency) Funding. This funding is available to Austin/Travis County residents who are impacted by COVID-19 and are ineligible for CARES Act assistance. (Assistance with rent, mortgage, utility and car payment.) ccctx.org/rise-fund.html

     

    Food Banks

    Central Texas Food Bank has created an online map and search tool to locate access to groceries, hot meals, and meals for children. (centraltexasfoodbank.org/)

     

    Help-At-Home Kits. CapMetro’s MetroAccess clients can request free delivery to their doorstep of a Help-At-Home kit that includes shelf stable items such as vegetables, fruit, beans, soup, tuna, and peanut butter. (capmetro.org/helpathomekits/)

     

    SNAP is giving away two months-worth of food stamps no matter the income. Because of COVID-19, interviews are currently not required for applications or renewals. Please share with those in need.

    Apply at: https://www.yourtexasbenefits.com/Learn/Home

    Here are the monthly amounts, based on household size:

    1 person, $194

    1. $355
    2. $509
    3. $646
    4. $768

    For each additional person, add $146.

     

    Higher Education

    The colleges and universities we serve are providing comprehensive information for employees and students regarding COVID-19. You can find their COVID-19 dedicated webpages here:

    Austin Community College (austincc.edu)

    Concordia University (concordia.edu)

    Huston-Tillotson University (htu.edu)

    St. Edward’s University (stedwards.edu)

    Texas State University (txstate.edu)

    University of Texas (utexas.edu)

     

    Housing: Homeowners and Renters

    Texas Apartment Association has established a resource page for renters statewide and their rights and protections during the COVID-19 outbreak. (taa.org)

     

    Avoiding Mortgage Foreclosure website provides information about refinancing or modifying mortgage loans, lowering payments, or other solutions to avoid foreclosure. (hud.gov/topics/avoiding_foreclosure)

     

    Rental Payment Assistance website provides resources to help pay rent and utilities.

    (rentalassistance.us/state/texas)

     

    Integral Care

    The local mental health authority for Travis County, Integral Care is still passionately committed in supporting our communities’ mental health needs. Here are some resources.

    Integral Care Crisis Hotline

    Call 512-472-4357. Travis County’s local Crisis hotline where you’ll be connected to trained professionals that provide 24-hour support.

    Health and Human Services Statewide COVID-19 Support Line

    Call 1-833-986-1919 for Texans experiencing anxiety, stress, or emotional challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

     

    Crisis Text Line
    Text MHA to 741741 and you will be connected to a trained Crisis Counselor. Crisis Text Line provides free, text-based support 24/7.

     

    National Domestic Violence Hotline
    For any victims and survivors who need support, call 1-800-799-7233 or 1-800-799-7233 for TTY, or if you’re unable to speak safely, you can log onto thehotline.org or text LOVEIS to 22522.

     

    Pharmacy

    Major pharmacies have set up a variety of services related to COVID-19 including some free home delivery, special hours for seniors, and online chat with pharmacists who can answer questions. Check your local pharmacy for COVID-19 resources.

    CVS                  H-E-B               Walgreens      Walmart

     

    Texas Workforce Commission

    Texas Workforce Commission has established a COVID-19 resource page with information for unemployment benefits, employersjobseekers, and childcare.

    (twc.texas.gov)

     

    Websites for hundreds of jobs/resources: (workintexas.com) and (workforcesolutionsctx.com).

     

    Utility Services

    The City of Austin has taken steps to ensure customers have uninterrupted access to utility services. Immediate assistance is available to all our customers. Austin Energy, which manages customer care and billing for all City of Austin utilities, also offers several programs that help customers stay on track with their utility bills:

     

    Deferred payment plan: This will ensure the customer receives uninterrupted utility services as they work with utility representatives to develop a long-term plan that meets their financial needs. (coautilities.com)

     

    Customer Assistance Programs: Limited income customers and medically vulnerable customers may receive assistance for immediate and lasting utility bill relief for customers. Residential and commercial customers can contact the Customer Care Contact Center at 512-494-9400 with any questions.

    Note: Visit your city’s website for information if you reside outside of Austin. The following companies have temporarily suspended natural gas service disconnections due to non-payment for the Coronavirus situation.

     

    TEA End of Year Assessments:

    TEA has launched their optional EOY Assessments for use by districts or parents. This program is intended to measure what skills students have mastered this school year and was shared yesterday via social medial and press announcements. Parents are able to register their child to participate if they choose to do so. https://tea.texas.gov/student-assessment/testing/student-assessment-overview/optional-end-of-year-assessments

     

    Most sincerely,

    Zack Kleypas
    Principal
    Park Crest Middle School

    “Keep improving, always, in all ways.”

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  • Tons of Info From PCMS!

    Posted by Zachary Kleypas on 5/14/2020

    Greetings Pumas,

    Happy Thursday! I hope this message finds you and your family well.

    Common Graded Assignments:

    For your convenience, here is a complete list of all the graded assignments thus far since moving to remote learning, for your review:

    Week 1: Week 1: 4/20-4/24

    Week 2: Week 2: 4/27-5/1

    Week 3: Week 3: 5/4-5/8

    Week 4: Week 4: 5/11-5/15

    PfISD Parent Climate Survey

    Please take a few minutes to complete the survey below from the district to help us at PCMS to keep improving, always, in all ways:

    We are asking parents to take a brief survey to tell us about their experience with their student’s campus to ensure we continue to provide high quality, rigorous learning experiences that meet the needs of our learners and prepare them for college and career. We are asking families to complete the survey before it closes on May 29. Click Here for Survey 

    8th Grade Art Pickup:

    8th Grade Art Pick Up day is Thursday, May 21st. If your 8th grader wants to pick up their artistic creations from Mrs. Daniel, please fill out this form:  https://forms.gle/qHQEwr37984Vu63L7

    It is important that the form is filled out before May 21, so that the art can be sorted and ready for pick up. Teachers will not be able to bring out work from a student who has not filled out the form. I'm so sad that I won't get a proper goodbye from our students, but I at least want their awesome art returned to them. This will be curbside pick-up only.  If you have any questions please reach me at patricia.daniel@pfisd.net

    Band Instrument Return:

    The Puma Band will be collecting school owned band instruments and Concert Dresses for band from several groups of students starting next week on Monday, May 18th (specific times in form below).

    The Groups are:

    • ALL 8th grade band members who have a school owned instrument or Concert Dress at home
    • 6th or 7th grade band members not continuing in band next school year
    • ANY band member moving away from Park Crest for the 20-21 school year

    6th and 7th graders continuing in band will keep their school owned instruments over the summer, and we will deal with them at the start of next school year.

    Band Instrument Pick Up/Return Procedure:

    We will be collecting band instruments from you via Curbside drop-off, in the front of the school, by entrance 14 (the Elective Hallway entrance). There are also several of you who need to pick up instruments/equipment from the band hall. If you are in one of the groups outlined above or need to pick up something from the band hall, please fill out this Google Form to let us know when to expect you: https://forms.gle/voZBUeuwo36hihu8A

    When arriving at the school, please remain in your vehicle and a band director will come to you to assist. We will be following all CDC guidelines regarding social distancing, wearing masks/gloves etc. and want you to know that safety is our primary concern. 

    Pflugerville HS Cheerleading Tryouts:

    Due to the current health crisis and UIL restrictions, we had to cancel our previous plan and have moved to a virtual tryout with new dates. I am attaching the link: https://sites.google.com/pfisd.net/phscheer/home

    Hawk Nation 20-21 Virtual Cheer Tryouts:

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    REFER TO HAWK NATION CHEER WEBSITE FOR INFORMATION. http://www.pfisd.net/domain/867

    • Wednesday, May 20th:​ ​Deadline to submit tryout forms
    • Friday, May 22nd:​ Tryout ​Cheer ​ and ​Dance ​ video will be released on Google Classroom for learning.
    • Tuesday, May 26th​ Deadline for submitting recordings.
    • Tuesday, June 2nd:​ Results of the Hawk Nation 20-21 Cheer Team will be posted on the ​‘Hawk Nation Cheer Website’ ​ ​http://www.pfisd.net/domain/867 

    Hendrickson High School Football:

    Plan on playing football at HHS next year? Join their remind 101 app now for updates and information: file:///C:/Users/e811221/Desktop/2020%20Freshman%20Remind.pdf

    Bright Bytes Technology Access Survey:

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    Dear Park Crest Middle School Campus Community,

    We are partnering with Bright Bytes, an educational research organization, to learn more about you and your students’ technology access and use for learning.

    The goal of this project is to gather data on technology access, skills, and your school’s technology environment, in order to understand the connection between technology use and student achievement.

    Our data collection window is set to run from March 30 - May 27, 2020.

    Each school is assigned unique Technology and Learning Questionnaires. There is one designed for teachers and administrators; one designed for students, and one designed for parents.

    Your questionnaire links are listed below:

    Your participation and support is important to us and will make the difference between having a complete understanding of our school’s technology use versus a limited one.

    Big Decisions 8th Grade Parent Letter

    Dear 8th-grade Parents/Guardians,

    This fall, you received an email and/or text from the district inviting you to an informational meeting about the opportunity for your student to participate in the Big Decisions sex education curriculum program. This program is usually delivered in late May, after the STAAR exams, to 8th-grade students. Parents are given a chance to opt their students out of the program if they do not want them to participate. These opt-out letters would have gone out in April, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have had to make some changes for this school year regarding the Big Decisions program. 

    Working with the parent company for Big Decisions, we have developed a set of instructional lessons for parents to go through with their students at home during the week of May 18–22. If you choose for your student to not complete the Big Decisions curriculum, your student will do a regular science assignment for that week from their teacher. If you do complete the Big Decisions curriculum, that will replace the regular science assignment for that week.

    Once you and your student have completed the learning, please return the completed waiver included with the lessons by emailing it directly to your student’s science teacher by May 22. This waiver will allow your student’s science teacher to score your student’s grade for that week.

    The Big Decisions lessons can be found at this link. Download the packet onto your computer to use. Paper packets will also be available at the food distribution sites. Both lessons, Big Decisions and the regular science assignment, are included in the Paper-Based Instruction for students using the learning packets.

    Whether you choose to use this material with your student or not, we have permission from the parent company, Healthy Futures of Texas, to only use this material to deliver instruction to PfISD students. Understand that this material has been adapted from copyrighted material, and the permissions granted to PfISD by Healthy Futures of Texas does not allow the dissemination of the content via hardcopy or through electronic means like social media. Please do not share these materials in any way as it is proprietary information and is for educational purposes only.

    If you have any further questions, please email michael.moak@pfisd.net. Thank you.

    FYI - Public Display of Instructional Materials (textbook and resources):

    Administrators please share this information with your community. Pflugerville ISD is holding a virtual public display of instructional materials (textbooks and other instructional resources) offered for adoption in Proclamation 2020. Community members are welcome and encouraged to review samples of materials and provide comments. Please use this information to access the materials and utilize the comment form to provide anonymous input and feedback. Materials can be viewed until May 18.

    Proclamation 2020 calls for instructional materials adoption for:

    • English Language Arts and Reading, English 1-4
    • English for Speakers of Other Languages, ESOL 1-2
    • English Learners Language Arts, grades 7-8

     

    Most sincerely,

    Zack Kleypas
    Principal
    Park Crest Middle School

    “Keep improving, always, in all ways.”

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  • Already May @ PCMS!

    Posted by Zachary Kleypas on 5/1/2020

    Greetings Pumas,

    Happy Friday!

    I hope this email finds you well. We have had a few important updates from the district since the last time we talked which will heavily influence the information in this blog.

    1. Grading guidelines and procedures
    2. School closure for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year

    Grading Guidelines Update:

    The district has pushed out grading guidelines during remote learning that look a bit different from the guidelines we had before Spring Break. For a complete view of those guidelines please feel free to use this link: Remote Learning Document Grading Guidelines

    Here is an FAQ document as well: Remote Learning Grading FAQ

    One of the things I want to highlight is that high school courses will receive a numerical grade of 70 or above (or an incomplete if below a 70) and middle school courses will receive a “passing” grade for anything at a 70 or above (or incomplete grade if below a 70). You may have already noticed this in the gradebook in Skyward. Please note that originally the system was set up to where a P represented a 69.5 and an I represented a 0. Please excuse that, as the district is adjusting that to reflect P representing a 100 and an I representing a 69.49. Since the final grade will be “Pass” or “Incomplete” that is not incredibly relevant, but we do want the higher scale to be reflected in places that show a numerical number.

    Week 2 Graded Common Assignment:

    Please use this link to determine what assignment your child has due this Sunday. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1t6ta7YxGjWQaz82CM2JBM3xZZ2TITkakcExUQJpFZxw/edit?usp=sharing

    Additionally, please be aware that our staff is going to be making phone calls and send text messages to parents and guardians for assignments from last week that were not completed. This is not to put ANY pressure on you as a family, but rather to ensure everyone is aware of what their children should be turning in and we can keep a good pulse on continuing to support our students.

    Student Belongings Pick Up Procedures:

    Due to school being close for the remainder of the school year, it is imperative that we both collect and return belongings. In an attempt to ensure all students’ belongings are returned in a safe and orderly process, we will spend time next week providing times for families to come pick up their belongings. Please see below for details:

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    *note: Athletics/PE/Kickstart Lockers: The PCMS staff have removed all belongings from the lockers this week with the protection of masks and gloves. All items have been bagged by locker number for quick and easy pick up. Please ask your child to have their locker number (not combination but actual locker number) ready when you arrive for locker item pickups. They should have written that number down in their agenda if they have forgotten.

    Please pull around the back of the building and around to the track during the designated time (past the gym – see map below) and wait to be greeted by a Coach. The Coach will gather the information and retrieve your child’s belongings from inside the building. You never have to leave your car!

    Locker Item Pickup Procedures:

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    Library drop box:

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    Current 6th Grade Parents:

    Dear Parent(s)/Guardian(s) of 6th Grade Students:

    All children attending school in Texas must be in compliance with the state’s current immunization laws and regulations. 

    According to our records, your 6th grade student does not meet the state requirements for entering 7th grade for the following vaccinations:

    • TDAP
    • Meningococcal quadrivalent (MCV4) – one dose is required

    *If your child has already received these vaccines, please submit an updated record as soon as possible by emailing SHOTS@PFISD.NET, mail a copy to the school, or fax to 512-594-2405.

    We understand that scheduling an appointment for vaccinations could be a challenge due to the current COVID-19 situation. Please contact your pediatrician and schedule an appointment for a future date when their office is able to vaccinate.

    The law provides that students not in compliance with these requirements must be excluded from school until verification of the immunization is received or an original conscientious exemption from the Texas Department of Health, signed and notarized according to the provisions of the law, is provided to the school.

    7th grade students will not be given schedules nor be allowed to start school without proof of updated immunizations. Immunizations must have a stamp from the physician’s office.

    Thank you for your attention in this matter.

    Pflugerville ISD Health Services SHOTS@PFISD.NET

    A Word from Ms. LaMarre in the Library:

    Check out this link full of info from the library: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1sERJOtkp5lgZkuhXGCLE7omSnDNo6ash-x2OeG3Bwz0/edit

    A Word about the Yearbook:

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