Park Crest Middle School

PFLUGERVILLE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT

  • Shots

    Posted by Clint Shuman at 4/23/2017

    As a friendly reminder to current 6th grade parents, before a student may start school during their 7th grade year, they must provide the school with updated shot records. In order to ensure your child is ready for the first day of school next year, please take time to get these shots and send us a copy. For more information on what shots are required, possible places that offer these shots, and more, please click this link from our school nurse: NURSE FORM

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  • End of Year Form

    Posted by Clint Shuman at 4/20/2017

    Here is the link for the end of year form 

    6th Grade End of Year Activity!

     

    Please read carefully and if you have any questions ask Mr. Shuman or Ms. Kienzle (SC101).

     

    Date: Friday, May 26, 2017

    Time: Report to 1st period for attendance and review expectations

    Activity: Gilleland Pool & Park, Games2U at PCMS: Human Hamster Ball, Laser Tag, Bungee Run

     

    Ticket Price:  $15 (cash or money order only NO CHECKS) exact amount please.

     

    Lunch: – 2 slices of pizza per student will be provided (drinks and other snacks must be brought by student). Students may bring their own lunch. Snow cones and snacks will be available for purchase.

     

    Dress Code: All students must be in dress code when they are not swimming.  Students will be shown a power point for bathing suit expectations (Girls – No string straps on bathing suits, Boys – No Speedos). If you have a question about a swimsuit please have Mr. Shuman check it prior to May 26th.  Hats will be allowed outside. If you are out of dress code on the day of the event, you may not be allowed to participate.

     

    Tickets will go on sale Monday April 24th – May 5th, before school in SC102.

    You MUST have a completed permission slip (no substitute notes) with payment in order to reserve a ticket.

     

    Money & Permission slips are due NO later than May 5th.

     

    Requirements for attendance:

     

    1. NO more than one ISS and NO suspensions after March 10th.
    2. No more than 3 after school detentions after March 10
    3. NO Opportunity Center placement for 2016-2017 school year.
    4. Excessive absences and tardies, excused or unexcused may prevent you from going.
    5. Clear all financial obligations to PCMS: Must pay all library & cafeteria fines. Return all books.
    6. We reserve the right to deny anyone eligibility to participate in the 6th grade End of Year Activity based on behavior.

     

    Please understand there will be NO REFUNDS FOR ANY REASON. If you pay and are unable to attend or are excluded for any reason, including due to your own behavior, you will not get a refund.

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  • End of Year Trip Information

    Posted by Clint Shuman at 3/28/2017

    6th Grade End of Year Activity!

     Please read carefully and if you have any questions ask Mr. Shuman or Ms. Kienzle (SC101).

     Date: Friday, May 26, 2017

    Time: Report to 1st period for attendance and review expectations

    Activity: Gilleland Pool & Park, Games2U at PCMS: Human Hamster Ball, Laser Tag, Bungee Run

     Ticket Price:  $15 (cash or money order only NO CHECKS) exact amount please.

     Lunch: – 2 slices of pizza per student will be provided (drinks and other snacks must be brought by student). Students may bring their own lunch. Snow cones and snacks will be available for purchase.

     Dress Code: All students must be in dress code when they are not swimming.  Students will be shown a power point for bathing suit expectations (Girls – No string straps on bathing suits, Boys – No Speedos). If you have a question about a swimsuit please have Mr. Shuman check it prior to May 26th.  Hats will be allowed outside. If you are out of dress code on the day of the event, you may not be allowed to participate.

     Tickets will go on sale Monday April 24th – May 5th, before school in SC102.

    You MUST have a completed permission slip (no substitute notes) with payment in order to reserve a ticket.

    Money & Permission slips are due NO later than May 5th.

     Requirements for attendance:

     NO more than one ISS and NO suspensions after March 10th

    No more than 3 after school detentions after March 10

    NO Opportunity Center placement for 2016-2017 school year.

    Excessive absences and tardies, excused or unexcused may prevent you from going.

    Clear all financial obligations to PCMS: Must pay all library & cafeteria fines. Return all books.

    We reserve the right to deny anyone eligibility to participate in the 6th grade End of Year Activity based on behavior.

     Please understand there will be NO REFUNDS FOR ANY REASON. If you pay and are unable to attend or are excluded for any reason, including due to your own behavior, you will not get a refund.

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  • Shutdown for Mock Testing

    Posted by Clint Shuman at 2/28/2017

    6th grade will be taking their mock ELA test on March 8. We will be simulating a STAAR environment so students will be testing in the morning. This data will be used for intervention during EPIC, Tutorials and in the classroom. 

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  • Cereal Boxes

    Posted by Clint Shuman at 2/24/2017

    ELA is collecting empty cereal boxes please bring them on Monday.

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  • Big Event Next Week

    Posted by Clint Shuman at 2/22/2017

    Many of out 6th graders are participating in the Big Event next Friday. I am excited that we will have a chance to go and serve the community.  If your student is participating in Big Event please know that if you come to pcik them up from campus they might not be here.  We have let the students signed up konw that if they are failing more than one class by the end of the day Friday they will be removed from Big Event and will stay at Park Crest. 

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  • Class for next year what is next?

    Posted by Clint Shuman at 2/7/2017

    Your student will be meeting with Mrs. Walker in the computer lab over the next couple of weeks and entering their choices from the choice sheet into the computer. We will then produce a course verification sheet. The sheet will be sent home and only is a way of verifiying the choices that have been selected. It is not a guarntee of getting their first choice elective. We will roll out schedule verification sheets in August.

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  • Choice Sheets are coming

    Posted by Clint Shuman at 1/20/2017

    Choice sheets will be sent home with 5th graders on Jan 24th and will be due back on Jan 31st. So please be looking for these choice sheets. Students then will work with counselors to inpout their choices into the computer system. Then in February they will bring home a verification sheet for you to verify that the correct classes and alternatives have been selected.

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  • Spring Semester is Here

    Posted by Clint Shuman at 1/9/2017

    The Spring Semester is here. It will go by very fast and we have many things going on this semsester. A large group of 6th graders will be serving the community in the Big Event the day before Spring Break. We will have science night at the end of January. We will need to make choices for courses next year. We will have an end of the year trip. Of course we will also have STAAR testing. 

    Please help remind your child to do their homework, check their grades and attend tutoring when necessary. As STAAR gets closer we will also be doing tutoring geared toward STAAR and be inviting students to attend to make sure they are succesful. All students are offered free snacks if they stay for tutoring. 

    As we make a push this semester also remind you studnet to always try their best and give it their best attempt even if it is hard.

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  • Where is your jacket?

    Posted by Clint Shuman at 11/18/2016

    As the weather begins to get colder please make sure your student is returning home with their jacket. Many students forget their jacket and they end up in lost and found. Some students do not like their jacket and they end up in lost and found in hopes of a new one. So if your child's jacket is missing you can send them to the lost and found located in the blue bins in the cafeteria.

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