The Pulaski Middle/Senior High School held a special honors recognition dinner for students and their families to recognize outstanding academic achievement in the 2013-14 school year. Students who maintained a 95 or better average for the entire academic school year were honored and presented with achievement pins that featured a shield symbolizing knowledge to signify the special honor. The pins will be worn at their graduation along with honor cords and sashes.
The congregation of St. James’ Episcopal Church is extending its traditional invitation to a free Thanksgiving dinner.
A full, Thanksgiving feast will be served in the parish hall at 24 Lake St. behind the church, from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 27.
Deliveries are also available to those who cannot travel to the church. Call the church office at 298-2106 at any time
Back by Popular Demand- JCHS Announces an upcoming Bus Trip!
Get into the holiday spirit by joining us, Tuesday, Dec. 16 for a bus trip to Syracuse for an Italian feast and the Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker. Back by popular demand, the Jefferson County Historical Society presents this fund raising bus trip. For over 30 years JCHS members and the public alike have enjoyed attending these special outings while also feeling good about helping to support the Jeffers
Photo Caption: Sandy Creek elementary students braved the chilly weather for their yearly Halloween parade. Students dressed up as a character from their favorite book.
The Pulaski Academy and Central School announces a work session of the Pulaski Board of Education will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 19. In room 111 in the elementary school 6 p.m. to review code of conduct.