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Work Ethic Seal Recipients
Congratulations to all of the outstanding students that received the Work Ethic Seal!

The Work Ethic Seal program prepares high school juniors and seniors for the transition from school to work and life beyond the classroom. One of the missions of the program is to ensure that high school students are acquiring the needed work ethic in order to obtain and secure successful employment.
 
Seniors earning the Seal will receive a seal on their diploma and on their transcript. Potential employers look for it because these potential employees have already demonstrated a proven work ethic. They have proven they are dependable, reliable, trustworthy, honest and that they can work well with others. The “soft skills” that potential employers seek, have already been demonstrated by work ethic seal recipients.
 
In addition, seniors earning the seal will receive a senior “cord” to wear with cap and gown at graduation and a letter of recommendation signed by the superintendent of schools, the President of the Development Foundation and the President of the Pulaski County Educational Consortium.
 
Juniors earning the Seal will also receive the letter of recommendation that can make a significant difference when seeking employment. Juniors must qualify again during the senior year to actually receive the seal on their diploma.
 
The Pulaski County Development Foundation also sponsors a catered luncheon for all the Work Ethic Seal Recipients and their parents held at the Center for Rural Development.

DECA Competes at International DECA Conference
Pulaski County High School DECA recently returned from competing at the International DECA Conference in Orlando, Florida. These DECA members placed in the top 3 in their events at the State competition and then competed against the best of each of the 50 states and 5 other countries. Although these students did not make it to finals the majority from Pulaski County were recognized for scoring in the 70th percentile at the conference in their event. Over 17, 000 students attended the conference competing in a variety of events related to marketing, retailing, business plans, entrepreneurship, community service and other topics. While some took tests and performed in role play scenarios before a judge, others wrote 11- 30 page written projects and presented them to judges. Many people from the community and PCHS helped the students prepare for their competition and complete their projects.
Those attending from Pulaski County included: Bradley Correll, Kelly Brunson, Katie Corder, Bailey Pierce, Andrea Rookard, Hannah Phelps, Lucas Dick, Kayla Butler, CeCe Roberts, Braxton Witt, John Nelson, Yasmine Sadrinia, Lauren Murphy with Advisor Lisa Hurt and Viola Correll –chaperone.


 
Number one cafeteria staff!
The PC cafeteria staff received hanging baskets in appreciation for all that they do.  A big thank you goes out to these wonderful ladies.  They truly are number one!

Congratulations to Latest Library Drawing Winners!
The winners of the January and February monthly library drawings are Carlos Brown and Logan Muse. We hope you love your new books!
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