Our middle school choir did a wonderful job singing at the Mistletoe Music Festival at the Indianapolis Arts Garden. #chargerpride
Mrs. Waddell, Mrs. Carter, Mrs. Cherry, and Mrs. Smith are enjoying their time at the Elevating Education Conference in Indianapolis. The teachers are learning new instructional strategies to better co-teach and practice inclusion.
From our school to you....
The student government members delivered items collected by the middle school to PAWS in Petersburg!
Check out the PCMS Newsletter for November. #WeAreChargers https://bit.ly/PCMSNovNewsletter
Honk Jr. Highlights #2
Honk, Jr. musical highlights...so proud of our students!
Congratulations to the cast and crew of Honk, Jr. 🎬🎤🦢 Thank you to our wonderful director, Melissa Traylor! 🎶
Congratulations to our 6th grader, Elle Wiscaver, for winning this years Patriot's Pen Essay contest, sponsored by our local V.F.W. The 2023 theme was "How Are You Inspired by America?" Thank you to these Veterans that presented Elle with her certificate and prize money. We appreciate your service to our country. Elle's cousin, and PCMS alumni, Xavery Weisman was the high school winner. Both essays will be printed in next week's newspaper. Congratulations!🇺🇸
Mrs. Weisman's science classes worked as teams to create a life size/to scale solar system using toiletpaper squares as units of measurement for the distances of planets in our solar system from the sun. 🌞🌎
Mrs Meyer's 7th grade Enrichment classes participated in the Dia de Los Muertos Calaveras (skull) decorating contest with the high school Spanish classes. They learned about how the Mexican culture remembers loved ones who have passed away and decorated their very own skulls. The Spanish club members voted and here are the middle school winners. Ariana Richardson * Scariest Alexus Shipley * funniest Logan Norris *Most Creative Braelyn turner and Maddi Woosley * Best Traditional Kinsley Lancaster and Braeleigh Parks * Best Duo
The 7th grade science classes had their annual pumpkin chunkin' contest today. Ms. Baker reports that everyone did a wonderful job and had FUN!
The winners of the Red Ribbon Week poster contest are: First place winners- Ariana Richardson and Alexus Shipley 2nd place: Cherokee Davis 3rd: Grey Froehle Congratulations!
Every dollar earned will be spent on our students!
Let's all EMPOWER our youth to protect themselves from tobacco! Here are a few facts about the dangers of tobacco products.
🐾Our student government fall community service project is to gather supplies and raise funds for PAWS🐾
You don't want to miss this! 🎶
Check out the October newsletter for Pike Central Middle School! Lots of information and it was student created! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1m1kz0xWcTpAUGYGVHq0TetZegYlAYbju/view?usp=sharing