Around PCS in Photos

Around PCS in Photos uses pictures to explore the district’s outstanding academic opportunities, exciting events, and special achievements and recognitions.  View more

Ability Achievers and Heroes recognized

During October’s Disability Awareness initiative, the district recognizes the outstanding students with disabilities and the extraordinary teachers, staff and faculty.  Read more

Certificate of Distinction Award Ceremony

Pinellas County Schools honored 146 support employees at the district’s annual Certificate of Distinction Award Ceremony.  Read more

Student artwork showcased

Students artwork showcased at the district’s Administration Building.  Read more

Learning Policy addresses student concussions

PCS leaders address students with concussion-related injuries.  Read more

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Choice programs parent information sessions approaching

DAP CoverAre you ready to make a choice? Pinellas County Schools offers families more than 60 choice programs based on students' interests, talents and abilities. In preparation for the start of the District Application Period on Jan. 7, the district will hold three Parent Information Sessions to address the overall application process. Additional events... Read more

District offers three days of learning and support for ESOL families

Pinellas County Schools English for Speakers of Other Languages department is offering three events in November to support ESOL families. All events will be held at Clearwater High School.
  • The Career Readiness program will provide information to prepare both students and parents for careers. In addition to supplying general information about the school district, the program will provide information about graduation requirements, career... Read more

Oversight committee meets to discuss future Referendum plans

The Independent Citizens Referendum Oversight Committee (ICROC) held its first meeting for the 2014-2015 school year. The committee meets quarterly to oversee the distribution of funds received through the Pinellas County Schools Referendum. Money from the Referendum, which was passed by Pinellas County residents in 2012, has funded reading, art and music programs, provided up-to-date technology and textbooks. Eighty percent of the... Read more