On Tuesday, March 3, all Juniors will be taking the state-wide ACT with Writing Assessment at Pulaski High School. All Freshmen, Sophomores, and Seniors will have a digital learning day. In other words, all Freshmen, Sophomores, and Seniors will have to fulfill course requirements for the day through CANVAS with the option to come to school or stay at home to work. After Juniors finish their ACT Assessment at PHS, they will have the option to stay in school or go home for the afternoon and complete their daily course requirements through CANVAS. CANVAS is our online learning management suite that all PHS students and teachers can access from anywhere, anytime, with any device. If your son or daughter needs technical assistance with CANVAS on March 3, please contact Amy Uelmen at 920-822-6078 or Clay Reisler at 920-822-6743.
Juniors should arrive no later than 7:30 am. A FREE, full breakfast will be provided to juniors prior to the test starting at 7:10 am on the morning of testing. We encourage students to make every effort to attend school on this day. However, please notify the high school attendance office at 920-822-6716 if your son/daughter is unable to attend. It will be helpful to know if your child will be absent so we can order make-up test materials. Make-up testing will occur on March 17th for the ACT Plus Writing.
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. During the first half of the day, the Commons as well as the HUB will be open, with access to resource aides in a variety of subjects. After the ACT has concluded, the following resource areas will be open with access to teachers: the Commons, the Hub (math resource), Social Studies, English, Science, Business/Foreign Language, Tech Ed, Music, and the Success Center for Special Education students.