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Presentation of the Feud for Food Compassion Cup 2023
Teresa Nicholas

The Feud for Food is a two-week annual food drive competition within the Pulaski County Schools where the winner gets possession of the Compassion Cup trophy until next year.  Students and staff across the district donate non-perishable food items that are distributed to families through community agencies and local churches.

Since the Feud began twenty-one years ago, the students and staff of Pulaski County Schools have collected 1,302,532 food items for families in our community.  This year, the North and South Schools collected a combined total of 57,662 food items with the south collecting the most to win the Compassion Cup.

The Feud for Food is a two-week annual food drive competition within the Pulaski County Schools where the winner gets possession of the trophy until next year.  Students and staff across the district donate non-perishable food items that are distributed to families through community agencies and local churches.

Since the Feud began twenty-one years ago, the students and staff of Pulaski County Schools have collected 1,302,532 food items for families in our community.  This year, the North and South Schools collected a combined total of 57,662 food items.

The South Schools remained strong and was the winner for the 2022-2023 Feud for Food.  Southern Middle School will get to house the Coveted Compassion Cup in their trophy case for collecting the most for the south with a total of 27,000 food items.  The South Schools alone collected a total of 36,972 and the North Schools a total of 20,690 items. 

The South Schools consist of Southern Elementary, Southwestern High School, Southern Middle School, Oak Hill Elementary, Nancy Elementary, and Burnside Elementary.  The North Schools consist of Pulaski Elementary, Pulaski County High School, Eubank Elementary, Memorial Education Center, Northern Middle School, Northern Elementary School, and Shopville Elementary.

Staff and Youth Service Centers coordinate the Feud for Food Drive in each of our schools. 

The Compassion Cup was presented to Southern Middle School between the SWHS and PCHS basketball game. 

Presentation of the Feud for Food Compassion Cup 2023

Pictured presenting the trophy is Mr. Patrick Richardson, Superintendent of Pulaski County Schools, Natalie Brock, Mariah Turner, Willow Bishop, Amery Meeks, and Kamberlee Lesinski, students at SMS, and Mr. Michael Childers, Assistant Principal, Southern Middle School.

Great appreciation goes out to the students and staff for their participation in the 2022-2023 Feud for Food.

Kindness and Compassion swept through Pulaski Schools in a mighty way!  

  • District News
  • Pulaski County Schools
Class of 2022 Graduation
Teresa Nicholas

Did you miss watching a loved senior graduate?  Do you want to watch it again?  Click Southwestern High Graduation to view the May 20, 2022 ceremony for the SWHS Warrior Class of 2022 or click Pulaski County High Graduation to view the PCHS Maroons Class of 2022.  CONGRATULATIONS Seniors!!!!!

Did you miss watching a loved senior graduate?  Do you want to watch it again?  Click Southwestern High Graduation to view the May 20, 2022 ceremony for the SWHS Warrior Class of 2022 or click Pulaski County High Graduation to view the PCHS Maroons Class of 2022.  CONGRATULATIONS Seniors!!!!!

  • Graduation
  • Pulaski County Schools
Sarah Wilson, Mr. Stefan Brown and Erin Atwell
Teresa Nicholas

Pulaski County and Southwestern High celebrate its 20th year for the Society of Character. The mission of the Society of Character is to recognize a male and female junior or senior who have exemplified outstanding character in their respective sport. Each recipient was selected by their coach/coaches on outstanding character, academic excellence, sportsmanship, and involvement in their school and the community.

Pulaski County and Southwestern High celebrate its 20th year for the Society of Character.  The mission of the Society of Character is to recognize a male and female junior or senior who have exemplified outstanding character in their respective sport.  Each recipient was selected by their coach/coaches on outstanding character, academic excellence, sportsmanship, and involvement in their school and the community.

The ceremony was hosted by Pulaski County High School.   Forty Eight juniors and seniors were recognized with a plaque for this prestigious award at the Induction Ceremony.  Keynote Speaker was retired Southeast Missouri coach, Mrs. Lana Flynn Richmond of Cape Girardeau, MO.  Lana was inducted into the Southeast Missouri Sports Hall of Fame and Southeast Missouri Hall of Fame. Lana left an awesome legacy in her softball coaching career with being the 42nd softball coach in NCAA history to reach 800 career wins and finishing her coaching career with over 900 softball wins.

Sarah Wilson, Mr. Stefan Brown and Erin Atwell

 

 

 

Each year our local Rotary Club sponsors two $1000.00 scholarships for two deserving seniors, one from each school.  The application process consisted of a written essay, “Service Above Self” and an interview process.  Receiving the scholarships from Pulaski High is Erin Atwell and from Southwestern High is Sarah Wilson.   Scholarships were presented by Stefan Brown, President of the Rotary.  

 

 

 

 

PCHS Society of Character Recipients 2022

Pulaski High School Society of Character Recipients

Front row left to right:  Catherine Cook (Girls Tennis), Lexie Nicholas (Girls Soccer), Katelyn Phillips (Dance), Amelia Smith (Volleyball), Gunnar Catron (Boys Cross Country), Erin Atwell (Cheerleading), Katie Taylor (Girls Track), Lauren Worley (Girls Golf), Jeremiah Smith (Boys Track)and Channer Sears (Boys Basketball) 

Second row:  Madelyn Blankenship (Girls Basketball), Peyton Haste-Price (Girls Swimming), Holly Barron (Softball), Owen Alexander (Baseball), Michael Bradley (JROTC), and Kaleb Hyden (Bass Fishing).  

Back row:  Alex Cundiff (Girls Cross Country), Zach Ousley (Boys Golf), Josh Sutton (Boys Archery), Drew Polston (Football), Mason Taylor (Boys Soccer), Daniel Dalton (Boys Swimming), Hallie Young (Girls Archery), Emily Shore (Pep Band), and Angelina France (Esports).  Not pictured:  Jackson Martin (Boys Tennis)

 

SWHS Society of Character Recipients 2022

Southwestern High School Society of Character Recipients

SWHS - Front row - Hailey Jensen (JROTC), Sarah Wilson (Pep Band), Kaylee Black (Cheerleading), Laryssa King (Dance), Kate Golden (Girls Cross Country), and Kamryn Hall (Girls Basketball).  

Second row -  Ashlyn McDonald (Girls Archery), Mohammed Abd (Boys Soccer), Ian Maybriar (Boys Golf), Chanler Brake (Bass Fishing), Andrew Jones (Boys Basketball), Tyler Pumphrey (Baseball), Aimee Johnson (Softball), Baylee Collingsworth (Volleyball), and Celina Martinez (Girls Tennis).  

Top row - Caleb Perrin (Boys Cross Country), Trevor Hansen (Boys Track), Lydia Patterson (Girls Track), Quinn McGuire (Boys Tennis), and Giddeon Brainard (Football).  Not pictured are: Benjamin West (ESports), Bekah Clark (Girls Soccer).

 

Pulaski Schools wish to congratulate each of the 2021-2022 Society of Character Inductees.  You make us proud.

  • Awards
  • Pulaski County Schools
  • Students
Reapplying for Emergency Broadband Benefits
Teresa Nicholas

Many of our families have received notification from USAC that EBB benefits have expired and that you need to reapply.  This is the program that provided families with discounts on home Internet service and the option to buy devices at discounted prices.  If you have received this letter and need to reapply, click HERE for a step-by-step guide on completing the online application.  If you need a district letter confirming your child's eligibility under the CEP program, please contact your school to request this letter. 

  • Burnside Elementary School
  • Eubank Elementary School
  • Memorial Education Center
  • Nancy Elementary School
  • Northern Elementary School
  • Northern Middle School
  • Oak Hill Elementary School
  • Pulaski County High School
  • Pulaski County Schools
  • Pulaski Elementary School
  • Shopville Elementary School
  • Southern Elementary School
  • Southern Middle School
  • Southwestern High School
Stuff the Bus
Teresa Nicholas

Pulaski County Schools are partnering with Kentucky Educational Development Corporation and other Eastern Kentucky School districts in a toy and supply drive for the Kentuckians in Western Kentucky that were affected by the storms over the weekend.  It is called "Stuff the Bus".  Donations of toys and supplies may be dropped at any Pulaski County School or the Pulaski County Central Office.  These toys and supplies will be caravaned over on Monday December 20.  If you have any questions please feel free to email patrick.richardson@pulaski.kyschools.us or call 606-679-1123.

  • Burnside Elementary School
  • Eubank Elementary School
  • Memorial Education Center
  • Nancy Elementary School
  • Northern Elementary School
  • Northern Middle School
  • Oak Hill Elementary School
  • Pulaski County High School
  • Pulaski County Schools
  • Pulaski Elementary School
  • Shopville Elementary School
  • Southern Elementary School
  • Southern Middle School
  • Southwestern High School