Parent or Guardian,
In an effort to ensure that the unique needs of military-connected students are met, Session Law 2014-15 requires the North Carolina State Board of Education/North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, to collect information on military-connected students. The goal is to help accommodate these students by providing them with support and consistency when their parents are deployed, when they are transitioning between schools, and at other pivotal times during their academic career.
This mandatory collection started in the 2015-16 school year. The Session Law 2014-15 that describes this requirement can be accessed at:
Hi parents/guardians. Your child(ren) will need a passport for the car rider line, as well as for the bus. Your child(ren) will be sent a packet on the first day of school with the proper passport. If you would like to download the PCS passports, please click on the "Parents" link above and then look for the passports under documents. Please open, print, and fill one out. This will dramatically speed up the car rider line in the morning, as well as allow your bus rider to enter school without having to call you.
At Piney Creek School, we believe that all students should be provided a rigorous and engaging curriculum where they will cultivate a passion for continued learning. Our culture of high expectations will provide the opportunity for students to be empowered, successful, self-directed learners. As a learning community, we will develop, nurture, and challenge students to their fullest potential in order for them to become college and career ready.
Through a collaborative partnership between staff, students, parents, and community, Piney Creek School will promote a safe, productive environment where teaching and learning is the avenue for students to succeed in order to become responsible members of our global society.