Congratulations to our counselor, Carla Payne, and principal, Tootie Black, for completing the CDC Work@Health training, which is a six week course containing eight core modules. The Work@Health® employer-training program is an initiative of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to promote workplace wellness through employer education, training, and technical assistance. Training is delivered by professional instructors who undergo a rigorous certification process. Having a healthier workforce not only benefits individual employees, but also employers, thanks to greater productivity and lower costs. Work@Health® uses web-based training, and in-person training labs to deliver content and provide ongoing technical assistance and support both to program graduates and new participants. Work@Health® has been evaluated and shown to improve employer knowledge, readiness, and ability to use science-based interventions.
Putnam County School's updated user-friendly 20-21 school calendar.
Hometown Elementary 5-Day Meal Boxes for Spring Break If you would like to have a 5-day meal box for your child for Spring Break (March 29-April 2), please call 304-586-2395 x2511, email firstname.lastname@example.org or message me on Schoology by 3/12/21. Meal boxes are available for any student. Boxes will need to be picked up on Thursday, March 25th from noon to 1pm.
Hometown Elementary's 2021-22 preschool and kindergarten registrations are coming up in April. Please call 304-586-2395 x2500 to get your registration packets
All Putnam County Schools will be dismissed 2 hours early, Friday, February 12th as a result of the final round of vaccinations for PCS employees.
Congratulations to Hometown Elementary's spelling bee champion for the second year in a row. We're so proud of you.
Students enjoyed coming to virtual class today wearing ugly sweaters and masks.
FREE MEALS AVAILABLE FOR ALL PCS STUDENTS: This meal service is free of charge and available for ALL students, whether or not enrolled in the meal benefit program. Therefore, we encourage all families to take advantage of this opportunity. Daily pick-up times for meals are from 11:00 am - 12:30 pm at each school. Families will pick-up meals at their students’ home school location, curbside while remaining in the vehicle. If transportation is a problem, families may contact their home school to request meal delivery assistance.
Even the Covid Grinch can't steal Mrs. Dean's Christmas spirit.