Portsmouth City Schools will be on a ** 2 HOUR DELAY ** Wednesday, January 26th 2022.
College Credit Plus Meeting for the 2022-2023 School Year. Tuesday, February 1st 2022 6:00pm PHS/PJHS Multipurpose Room (2nd Floor) https://5il.co/14nbl <-- Click the link for more information.
Trojan Family, We just wanted to inform you that through next Friday (January 28th) masks will continue to be mandatory in all buildings for students and staff during the work/school day. We strongly recommend wearing masking for all who attend after school events. We will continue to evaluate this need for masks each week, and keep everyone informed. Thank you all and have a great weekend!
Portsmouth High School Presents: Poppins https://youtu.be/q4KSpp-5rn8
PES Third Graders presents ANTLERS Tuesday, January 11, 2022 6:30 p.m. Cast students meet in Mrs. O’Brien’s room and Chorus students meet in Ms. Hartsock’s Music Room 6:00 p.m. A reminder also went home with students today with costume information. Hope to see you tomorrow!
Portsmouth City Schools will require masks when students return to school on Monday, January 10th. The mask mandate will be in effect through Friday, January 14th during school hours. Masks are strongly recommended at all other district events. We will provide an update for the week of January 17th.
The January Tax Budget Public Hearing will be held at 1:00 pm January 14th at the Portsmouth City Schools,Treasurer’s Office, 724 Findlay Street. The tax budget is the asking budget. It is the budget in which the needs of the district are indicated. It is NOT the operating budget.
*** EARLY DISMISSAL DUE TO INCOMING SNOW 1/6/2022 *** Dismissal will occur with the following schedule: Bus 40 and Bus 31 (Sciotoville Students) 12:00pm- PES 12:05pm - PHS Dismissal for the buildings: EPE - 12:30pm PHS/PJHS - 1:00pm PES - 1:15pm
Dear Trojan Families Out of an abundance of caution coming back after our lengthy break, Portsmouth City Schools will require masks when students return to school on Wednesday, January 5. The mask mandate will be in effect through Friday, January 7 during school hours. Masks are strongly recommended at all other district events. We will provide an update for the week of January 10 as positive cases throughout the district become known. Thanks, PCSD
Good afternoon Trojan Families! "We were made aware a short while ago that our High school/Jr. High positive cases of COVID-19 are now above the 10 active cases threshold that we established for mandatory masking. Starting Wednesday December 15th we will require masks at the high school and junior high for the rest of this week. We will continue to monitor things at PHS/PJHS, PES, and EPE and make any other adjustments necessary these last few days before Christmas break." Sincerely, PCSD
Trojan Express Christmas Concert Postponed to January 13, 2022 6:30 p.m. Dear Parents, Out of an abundance of caution and with student absences, we are going to reschedule the Trojan Express Christmas Concert to January 13, 2022. They all have worked so very hard and are so excited about it, so I have decided to postpone it rather than cancel it all together. This way everyone will hopefully be well and we can still perform. I will send a reminder letter home the first week in January. So, mark your calendars now for Tuesday, January 13, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. Please join us for an evening of fun songs and dance! Singfully Yours, Mrs. Laurie O’Brien Ms. Jane Hartsock Trojan Express Directors
Dear Parents, Due to several students being in close contact with a student that has tested positive for COVID, we are going to reschedule the 3rd grade Christmas program to January 11, 2022. They all have worked so very hard and are so excited about it, so I have decided to postpone it rather than cancel it all together. This way everyone will hopefully be well and we can still perform. I will send a reminder letter home of parts and important information the first week in January. So, mark your calendars now for Tuesday, January 11, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. Please join us for an evening of fun songs and a lesson in humility, respect and the importance of education! Singfully Yours, Mrs. Laurie O’Brien Ms. Jane Hartsock K-6 Music Teachers EPE/PES
Sadly, we have to cancel our Christmas Concert for Sunday, Dec. 12th due to COVID. However, we are working on recording the students singing sometime next week.
Portsmouth City Schools will be on a 2 hour delay Wednesday, December 8th 2021.
Mylee's Mission Christmas Event/Drive Thru Saturday, December 4th 11:00am to 1:30pm 9th Street Parking Lot
This weekend, the PHS Show Choir students will be performing Mary Poppins! Friday, Nov 19 7:30pm Saturday, Nov 20 7:30pm Sunday, Nov 21 2:30pm Doors open 30 minutes prior to the show. Tickets are on sale in the PHS front office. $5 Student General Admission $10 Adult General Admission $20 Reserved Seating We hope to see you there! Come and support these students for the first public performance since January of 2020. We are excited to finally perform for you!
PES Trojan Express Veterans Day Video https://youtu.be/LHTVwXe11h4
Dear Trojan Families, Due to circumstances with the supply chain that is beyond the control of our food service department, our breakfast and lunch menus may need to change on a regular basis. We will still be providing healthy and nutritious meals to our students. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause. As always, thank you for being flexible and understanding as we continue to work through issues caused by and related to COVID-19. Best Regards, PCSD
Dear Trojan Families: Portsmouth City Schools is returning to our original policy on masks that we had at the beginning of the school year and "Strongly Recommending" masks in our buildings and school grounds. We realize that the cold and flu season will soon be upon us adding to the COVID-19 concerns that we already face, which could require a mask mandate once again. We will continue to evaluate things as we move forward and update you as needed. Thanks, PCSD
Dear Trojan Families: Portsmouth City Schools will continue to mandate masks during school hours and other indoor activities for another week (Oct. 4th through Oct. 8th). It is our hope that the number of positive cases throughout our district and county will continue to decrease so that this mandate can be lifted after this week. We will continue to monitor and update you as things progress. We appreciate your understanding.