News

https://www.pickerington.k12.oh.us/lakeview-junior-high/wp-content/uploads/sites/14/2019/03/schmitz_6525164-240x300.jpg
Mar 22, 2019
Sharon Schmitz named School Nurse Administrator of the Year

After working her way up in the district from a sub to an administrator, PLSD School Health Supervisor Sharon Schmitz was recently named School Nurse Administrator of the Year by her peers. She was recognized at a celebration reception on March 8 at the 46th annual State Conference of the Ohio Association of School Nurses (COASN) in […]

Read more
https://www.pickerington.k12.oh.us/lakeview-junior-high/wp-content/uploads/sites/14/2019/03/summerschool-300x225.jpg
Mar 19, 2019
Summer PE Registration is Now Open

  Summer is right around the corner, but that does not mean learning will stop in Pickerington Schools. Registration is now open for summer physical education classes. Pickerington Local Schools will again be offering a physical education course this summer for 1/4 credit. The class is open to students in who will be in grades […]

Read more
Oct 17, 2018
District Junior High, Middle School Families Invited to College & Career Family Night

It’s never too early to start thinking about your child’s college and career, and an event planned for Nov. 15 will start the planning process for Pickerington junior high and middle school students and their parents. The third annual College and Career Family Night will be Thursday, November 15. While the event will be held […]

Read more
Oct 15, 2018
Parent/Teacher Conferences Approaching

Do you love to talk about your kid? So do we! A parent/teacher conference is one of the best ways for parents to gain a better insight into what their student is learning in school. Conferences will be held on four days in October: Thursday, Oct. 18 – Evening Parent/Teacher Conferences Monday, Oct. 22 – […]

Read more
Oct 9, 2018
Policy Change Would Increase Discipline for Vaping, Juuling Possession

Possessing and using e-cigarettes and similar devices designed for vaping will become a much more serious offense if the Board of Education approves proposed changes to the student handbooks at its Oct. 22 meeting. The school board had a first reading Monday night to changes in the junior high and high school handbooks, making possession of […]

Read more
Oct 7, 2018
Friday’s Central/North Football Game Moving to Gahanna Lincoln HS

Updates: Based on some of the questions asked, we wanted to provide some basic updates to this change of venue. Those attending are asked to not arrive at Gahanna Lincoln High School before 4:30 p.m. Friday. Gahanna has school and afterschool activities of their own Friday. Gates will open at 5 p.m. All tickets and season […]

Read more
Sep 19, 2018
CommUNITY Fair To Feature Student Performances, Local Vendors

The third annual Pickerington Schools CommUNITY Fair will take place from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 29 at Pickerington High School Central. As in previous years, the fair is free, open to the public, and appropriate for all ages. This year, the family friendly event will feature several song and dance performances, a fashion show […]

Read more
Sep 13, 2018
State Report Card Indicates Ongoing Progress

Every aspect of our lives seems to be under a magnifying glass with an eye on progress. It’s no different with school districts. At Pickerington Schools, we constantly assess students and teachers and gauge the progress they are making toward educational goals. We aren’t the only ones looking at where we stand as a district. […]

Read more
Sep 13, 2018
Dr. Briggs Presents Plan for Progress Concept at First Public Forum

Learn more about Plan for Progress and to give the district your feedback! The next public forum will be at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 24 at the Pickerington Library Main Branch. In order to assist with our planning, we’re asking community members who plan to attend to RSVP. This is optional and not required to attend, but will […]

Read more
Sep 12, 2018
Prevention/Intervention Coordinator: Let’s Unite to Fight Substance Abuse

It’s no secret that drugs, particularly opiates, are a significant problem in Ohio and the nation. The problem also affects Pickerington and our district’s students. That’s a significant reason Pickerington Schools Board of Education approved a new staff position to focus specifically on issues related to prevention and intervention, starting with the 2018-19 school year. […]

Read more