• PHES composts over 7,000 pounds of organic waste!

    Posted on February 9, 2018 by L. J. in School News.

    In our recent composting initiative, Pleasant Hill Elementary recycled 3,051 pounds of organic waste during the month of December. In November, we recycled 4,266 pounds of organic waste. Way to go PHES Cougars! 00

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  • PHES Career Day

    Posted on February 9, 2018 by L. J. in School News.

    PHES is proud to host a Career Day on Wednesday, March 21, 2018. We would like to invite our parents to share with the students and staff at PHES all about their career. This is an opportunity to teach our students about the variety of jobs available in our community and how each day at […]

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  • PHES APPRECIATES OUR SCHOOL COUNSELORS!

    Posted on February 9, 2018 by L. J. in School News.

    PHES APPRECIATES OUR SCHOOL COUNSELORS! We are grateful for our wonderful school counselors, D’Etta Broam, Frizzette Miller, & Carolyn Mishoe-Coon (Mrs. M-C)! We are also grateful for our school psychologist, Lori Ford. Thank you for all you do! +20

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  • School Bus Driver Appreciation Week

    Posted on February 9, 2018 by L. J. in School News.

    During School Bus Driver Appreciation Week, February 12-16, PHES would like to thank our bus drivers for transporting our students safely to and from school. We are thankful for these drivers and assistants: Charlene Barnes, Robert Cook, Woodrow Davis, Michael Edwards, Tonya Fanning, Melissa Graves, Dexter Huggins, Lonnie Jones, Charles Steve Berry, Gertrude Jordan, Johanna […]

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  • Notes from the Nurse

    Posted on February 9, 2018 by L. J. in District News, School News.

    Notes from the Nurse If your child, unfortunately, does get sick, please follow the illness policy. A sick child does not perform well in class and may expose his/her classmates to childhood diseases. If your child has a temperature over 100º F, they must stay home, even if they are on antibiotics or antiviral medicine […]

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