PALCS community, if you have been dutifully clipping Box Tops for Education or would like to start, then we would happily take them! PALCS is collecting Box Tops to donate to the student activities fund! Each Box Top clip is worth 10 cents to the school, which can really add up!
Take the time and nominate your favorite PALCS teacher for the Citadel Heart of Learning Award today! Students, parents, teachers and administrators can nominate the teacher of their choice.
The PALCS Center for Performing and Fine Arts (CPFA) application has gone live on our website for the 2018-2019 school year. Additionally, enrollment for 12th grade students for the current 2017-2018 school year has officially closed. We are, however, still enrolling students in grades K-11 for the current year!
As the month of October comes to an end, we here at PALCS want to thank every single person who was involved in our anti-bullying and bulling prevention activities throughout the month. With October being National Bullying Prevention Month, our Guidance Department sponsored various activities to promote and bring awareness to bullying and prevention.
PALCS is so honored and happy to say we have ranked as a top school in the state of Pennsylvania.
Happy Unity Day! Today at PALCS, you may notice vibrant clusters of orange shirts throughout our offices and perhaps even our community. Today we join supporters online, in schools, and communities nationwide in wearing orange to show that we will stand up against bullying!
Meet the High School Math Department! Mrs. Takac, Mr. Antonucci, Ms. Majersky, Mr. Smith, Mrs. DiSciullo, Ms. Antar, Ms. Bridgewater, Mr. DiFernando, and Mr. DiCicco.
The 2017 Fall Back-to-School Picnics were a huge success, thanks to our PALCS community! We had wonderful turnouts at both our east and west picnics on Friday, October 6th. PALCS staff, students, and their families gathered from all around the state to join in an afternoon of community fun.
Meet Kyleigh Guttman: a 13 year old 9th grade ballerina who is new to PALCS this year. Kyleigh has been practicing ballet for the past 11 years and is very dedicated to her craft, sometimes practicing over 5 hours a day. As a very ambitious young lady, Kyleigh has hopes to become a professional dancer. Continuing her education in a traditional brick-and-mortar school was not an option with her rigorous training schedule. This is why Shauna Guttman, Kyleigh’s mother, explained they needed to make the change to cyber school. We recently had the opportunity to speak with Kyleigh and her mother about the decision-making process when choosing the right school, Kyleigh’s dancing, and their goals for the future.
October is National Bullying Prevention Month, and here at PALCS, we are celebrating all month long! We want to join together as a community to prevent bullying and make positive changes. The PALCS Guidance Department will be spearheading and sponsoring many activities through the month of October to promote bullying prevention.