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  • Friday, March 5, 2021 - Regular Day of Instruction for All Students

    Friday, March 5, 2021 was scheuduled to be an early dismissal day for students in Grade K-5. In order to recoup some of the live instruction that was lost by having to move to asynchronous learning on February 26, PCPS is now making Friday, March 5 a regular, full day of instruction for all students in grades PreK-12. All students should follow their normal Friday schedule.

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  • RUVNA Health Screening Contact Information Change Request

    If you would like to request a change in the contact information for the RUVNA daily health screening text message, please use this FORM

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  • 2020-2021 POLICY FOR PROVIDING FREE OR REDUCED PRICE MEALS

    PCPS Free and Reduce Price Meals 

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  • Student School Supply List 2020-2021

    School Supply List 2020-2021 

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  • School Entrance Physicals

    School entrance physicals and immunization requirements for admission to school remain unchanged for the 2020-2021 school year. Please pay attention to the important information below to ensure that your child has met the requirements prior to the start of the 2020-2021 school year.

    The Code of Virginia requires that children receive a comprehensive physical examination (§ 22.1-270) within 12 months prior to the start of school and be adequately immunized (§ 22.1-271.2) before entering public kindergarten or elementary school. Other required immunizations include Human Papillomavirus (HPV) for girls entering sixth grade; and a Diphtheria, Tetanus, and Pertussis (Tdap) booster for entry into seventh grade.

    Additional resources are available for families of uninsured and underinsured children or those impacted financially by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

    • The VDH, Vaccines for Children (VFC) map indicates participating providers for immunizations by region. Parents may contact local clinics directly for information and hours of service.
    • The Virginia Community Healthcare Association works with a statewide network of clinics that bill for public and some private insurance. Many clinics provide a sliding scale for those without insurance and offer free immunizations in partnership with the VDH.
    • The Virginia Association of Free Clinics are independent, nonprofit, volunteer-driven and community-based organizations. Each clinic sets its own eligibility requirements and guidelines, and all must be contacted directly for assistance.
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  • PTO Bulls Eye Newsletter

    Check out the latest Bulls Eye Bulletin for upcoming dates and other information!

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