Aug 27, 2019
It’s Never Too Early to Learn About Head Lice

Although Pickerington Schools has not seen widespread cases of head lice this year, it’s never too early to become informed about them. An estimated 6 to 12 million infestations occur each year in the United States, most commonly among children ages 3 to 11. Parents frequently ask us how to identify lice and what to […]

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Aug 22, 2019
Seeking PLSD Support Staff

Applications for several district support staff positions are currently open: Duty Aide — Hours vary from 2-7 hours per day ($9.15 per hour) Office Assistant — Hours vary from 4.5-7.5 hours per day ($10.00 per hour) Secretary — 8 hours per day ($13.05 per hour) Kindergarten Aide — Hours vary from 4-7.25 hours per day […]

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Aug 19, 2019
Please Resubmit Elink Help Requests Sent Between Aug. 8-18

Dear PLSD parents, Due to the transition to a new host for the Elink program, we’re told some requests for assistance with the program may have been lost in cyberspace. To ensure you get the assistance you need, please resubmit any Elink help request sent between the dates of August 8 – 18. Tyler Technologies […]

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Aug 6, 2019
PLSD Board of Education Backs Community Turf Project

The PLSD Board of Education recently passed a resolution endorsing the Pickerington Community Turf Committee, along with the creation of the Capital Projects Turf Fund. The Turf Committee‘s goal is to raise $2,250,000 to pay for the purchase and installation of turf at both Pickerington High School Central’s Tiger Stadium and Pickerington High School North’s […]

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Jul 23, 2019
Incoming 12th Graders Must Provide Immunization Proof at Welcome Days

Per the Ohio Department of Health, all 12th graders must show documentation of having received 2 DOSES of Meningococcal (MCV4) immunization before being allowed to enter school for the 2019-2020 school year. This is a new requirement for this age group. One dose must be administered after the 16th birthday. If the 1st dose of […]

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Jul 19, 2019
Reminder For Student OneView EMA Form

If you haven’t processed your student’s OneView Emergency Medical Authorization (EMA) Form, we’re asking all custodial PLSD parents to do so as soon as possible.  We strongly encourage parents to complete the EMA form in advance of the school year, in order to make the back to school process as seamless as possible for parents […]

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Jul 19, 2019
2019-20 Bus Route Info is Now Available!

The 2019-20 bus routes for are now available via the interactive online system on our Transportation page under “Your Child’s Bus Route.” Once there, you will find detailed instructions to help you log into the system. Check it out! FYI: All passwords have been reset to the default (which is the student ID number), so […]

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Jul 11, 2019
OneView access is now available for submitting students’ 2019-2020 Back to School/EMA form

Click here to view detailed instructions for completing the form in OneView. If you have a returning student, please see our new “Quick Submit” instructions (Section 2). Prior to any form submission, all parents/guardians are advised to review the documents found within Part 7 of the form’s Parent/Student Agreements section, as these documents may be […]

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Jun 5, 2019
PHSC Principal Wins Distinguished Educator for Arts Education Award

Congratulations to Pickerington High School Central Principal Stacy Tennenbaum who was named both the central region and statewide winner of the 2019 Distinguished Educator for Art Education Award. The Ohio Art Education Association selects winners each year who demonstrate a significant commitment to supporting the visual arts and impact their region in a positive way. […]

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May 20, 2019
Back to School Clothing Assistance Applications Open June 3rd

Back to School Clothing Assistance through Fairfield County’s 2-1-1 program opens for applications on June 3, 2019. Eligibility Must be a resident of Fairfield County Children must live in the household and attend a Fairfield County School Income based— 100% of the poverty guideline ($25,750 for a family of 4) For children entering preschool, Head […]

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