ACT Aspire & Digital Learning Day Scheduled for April 10

On Wednesday, April 10th, all Freshmen and Sophomore students will be taking the statewide ACT Aspire assessment at Pulaski High School.  All Juniors and Seniors will have a digital learning day. In other words, all Juniors and Seniors will have to fulfill Wednesday, April 10th course requirements through CANVAS with the option to come to school or stay at home and work.

On April 10th, it is essential for 9th and 10th grade students to come to school with their Raiderpads (iPads) fully charged and updated to the newest Apple operating system (iOS 12.1). Students are also strongly encouraged to bring their iPad chargers on April 10th as well.

CANVAS is our online learning management suite that all PHS students and teachers can access from anywhere, anytime, with any device.  Our teachers and students have been using CANVAS since the start of the school year. If your son or daughter needs technical assistance with CANVAS, please contact Amy Uelmen at 920-822-6078 or Clay Reisler at 920-822-6743.

Transportation, Food Service & Student Services will operate without interruption for those students who do not have internet access at home or for those who want to collaborate face-to-face with their peers.  The commons and library areas will be open all day for students who need assistance or for those who need to work on projects.

If you have any concerns regarding our Digital Learning Day or ACTAspire testing, please contact Steve Linssen, Associate Principal, at 920-822-6835.