March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. It is imperative to celebrate the contributions of people with disabilities. In PCSSD, we aim to provide services that remove barriers for our students, staff and families with developmental disabilities. #pcssdproud #serveall
about 4 hours ago, PCSSD
developmental disabilities awareness
World Hearing Day is dedicated to raising awareness on how to prevent deafness and hearing loss and promote ear and hearing care across the world. Changing mindsets is crucial to improving access and mitigating the cost of unaddressed hearing loss. #pcssdproud #serveall
about 12 hours ago, PCSSD
world hearing day
During Women's History Month, we celebrate women who paved the way in their field. Amelia Mary Earhart was an American aviation pioneer and writer. Earhart was the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean, she was only 34 years old. #pcssdproud #serveall
about 15 hours ago, PCSSD
amelia earhart
World Teen Mental Wellness Day aims to raise awareness, decrease stigma and spark important conversations about mental well being and make those experiencing mental health challenges aware of resources. Some ideas from Better Help: https://trst.in/HITq1k #pcssdproud #serveall
1 day ago, PCSSD
world teen mental wellness
📚️ On Read Across America Day, we recognize the value of literacy to our democracy. We celebrate books that inspire our children to dream big, expand the limits of understanding, and explore diverse perspectives and cultures through the eyes of others. #pcssdproud #serveall
1 day ago, PCSSD
read across america
During Women's History Month, we celebrate women who paved the way in their field. Edith Wharton was an American writer and designer. In 1921, she became the first woman to win the Pulitzer Prize in Fiction, for her novel The Age of Innocence. #pcssdproud #serveall
1 day ago, PCSSD
edith wharton
Today is maintenance/grounds works appreciation day! From ground inspections and repairs to safety compliance for all our schools and district buildings, maintenance works are one of the many unsung heroes in public education. We appreciate your hard work! #pcssdproud #serveall
2 days ago, PCSSD
maintenance appreciation
On the last day of Public Schools Week, we know how it important it is to have good working relationships with our elected officials. Speak with your local and state elected officials and ask them to support our public schools - both students and staff. #pcssdproud #serveall
2 days ago, PCSSD
psw - elected officials
During Women's History Month, we celebrate women who paved the way in their field. Charlotte Cooper Sterry was an English female tennis player. At the 1900 Olympics in Paris, she became the first female Olympic tennis champion as well as the first individual female Olympic champion. #pcssdproud #serveall
3 days ago, PCSSD
charlotte cooper
It's Public School Week and we are so thankful for our community partners across the District. There are so many programs within our schools that would not be a success with our community connections. Thank you to those who give so much to our schools. #pcssdproud #serveall
3 days ago, PCSSD
PSW - community connections
Today is Leap Day! Leap years exist because it actually takes the planet a little bit more than a year to orbit the sun. That time is rounded down to the 365 days we recognize as a typical year, those nearly six extra hours don't disappear. Leap years are added to account for the difference. The extra day keeps calendars and seasons from gradually falling out of sync and impacting harvesting, planting and other cycles based on the seasons. #pcssdproud #serveall
3 days ago, PCSSD
leap day
During Black History Month we are celebrating Black artists who also have an Arkansas connection. Janis F. Kearney is an American author, lecturer, and publisher from Gould, AR. She served as a personal diarist to President Bill Clinton from 1995 to 2001. #pcssdproud #serveall
4 days ago, PCSSD
janis f kearney
It's Public Schools Week and many of us have public education to thank for our success in life today. So let's hear it! Share your story in the comments below. How did your public school help you succeed in your job or another area of life? #pcssdproud #serveall
4 days ago, PCSSD
psw - share success
During Black History Month we celebrate Black artists who have an Arkansas connection. Marjorie Williams-Smith, professor emeritus of art at UA-Little Rock, is most known for working with silverpoint. She most known for using silverpoint in her artwork. #pcssdproud #serveall
5 days ago, PCSSD
marjorie williams-smith
It's Public Schools Week! Today, we want to take a moment to just say THANK YOU! Reach out to a teacher or school staff member to thank them for their work. Who are you sending appreciation to today? #pcssdproud #serveall
5 days ago, PCSSD
PSW - thank you
During Black History Month we celebrate Black artists who have an Arkansas connection. Henri Linton Sr. moved to Arkansas to work in the art department at UAPB where later became chair in 1980. He's known for his paintings of the Arkansas Delta landscapes. #pcssdproud #serveall
6 days ago, PCSSD
henri linton sr
Did you know this week is Public Schools Week? This is an annual week-long celebration dedicated to honoring the invaluable contributions and achievements of educators and education advocates in our public schools and the communities they serve. #pcssdproud #serveall
6 days ago, PCSSD
public schools week
During Black History Month we are celebrating Black artists who also have an Arkansas connection. Born in Smale, AR, Willie Cobbs was a blues singer and is best known for his song "You Don't Love Me." He was also an established harmonica player. #pcssdproud #serveall
7 days ago, PCSSD
willie cobbs
During Black History Month we celebrate Black artists with an Arkansas connection. Sonny Boy Williamson II, born as Alex Miller, was a blues harmonica player, singer and songwriter. He spent time in Helena-West Helena who influenced music in 1950s and 60s. #pcssdproud #serveall
8 days ago, PCSSD
sonny boy williamson II
During Black History Month we celebrate Black artists who also have an Arkansas connection. Robert Nighthawk was a blues musician who played and recorded under pseudonyms. A native of Helena-West Helena, he was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame in 1983. #pcssdproud #serveall
9 days ago, PCSSD
robert nighthawk