The Piedmont City School System has collaborated with Jacksonville State University’s Graduate Social Work Program to enhance the mental health services provided to your child. We are surveying students, parents/guardians, and faculty/staff to attain your thoughts. The graduate students at JSU have created a survey to measure the need for additional mental health services for your school system. Please click the link below to let us know if you do or do not wish you and/or your child(ren) to participate.

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Mental Health Awareness survey

El Sistema Escolar de la Ciudad de Piedmont ha colaborado con el Programa de Maestría en Trabajo Social de la Universidad Estatal de Jacksonville para mejorar los servicios de salud mental proporcionados a su hijo. Para hacerlo, estamos encuestando a estudiantes, padres / tutores y profesores / personal para obtener  sus pensamientos sobre el tema. Los estudiantes graduados de JSU han creado una encuesta para medir la necesidad de servicios adicionales de salud mental  para su  sistema escolar.  Haga clic en el siguiente enlace para informarnos si desea o no que usted y/o su(s) hijo(s) participen.

Ir a la pagina en Español y completar la ENCUESTALInk to take survey in Spanish

Piedmont high school donations link

WANT TO MAKE A DONATION TO PIEDMONT HIGH SCHOOL?

E-Mail Mrs. Curvin to direct your donation to a specific organization or cause. scurvin@pcsboe.us

District Back To School Plan

WELCOME BACK TO THE 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR

The 21-22 School Year is soon upon us.  We look forward to seeing all students on campus and having a successful year.

Here is what you need to know. 

Click this link to access a PDF version.

*Freshmen and New Student Orientation*
Monday, August 9th
Anytime from 5:30PM to 6:30PM
Parents and students will be able to complete forms, make payments, purchase parking permits, pick up schedules, and walk the main building to find classrooms. MacBooks will be distributed on the first day of school, August 11th. For students who have all paperwork turned in and payments in good standing, MacBooks will be allowed to go home with the student for the school year. All other students will turn in MacBooks each afternoon until all paperwork and payments are received. Parents may complete and turn in the paperwork the night of the 9th, on Tuesday the 10th from 8AM-12PM, or the student may bring it on Wednesday the 11th. Included in the paperwork is the Free and Reduced Lunch Form. Everyone is required to complete this form and parents need to know their pre-tax income when completing the form. For those purchasing parking permits for the first time, you will need to bring the student's drivers license, current car insurance, and know your car tag number. (Note: If unable to come from 5:30PM to 6:30PM, you may come any time from 6:30PM to 8:00PM the same night.)

*Senior, Junior, and Sophomore Orientation*
Monday, August 9th
Anytime from 6:30PM to 8PM
Parents and students will be able to complete forms, make payments, purchase parking permits, and pick up schedules. MacBooks will be distributed on the first day of school, August 11th. For students who have all paperwork turned in and payments in good standing, MacBooks will be allowed to go home with the student for the school year. All other students will turn in MacBooks each afternoon until all paperwork and payments are received. Parents may complete and turn in the paperwork the night of the 9th, on Tuesday the 10th from 8AM-12PM, or the student may bring it on Wednesday the 11th. Included in the paperwork is the Free and Reduced Lunch Form. Everyone is required to complete this form and parents need to know their pre-tax income when completing the form.  For those purchasing parking permits for the first time, you will need to bring the student's drivers license, current car insurance, and know your car tag number. Students who have purchased a parking permit in the past, all you will need to do is make your payment and bring any updated insurance and/or car tag number.

*Fees*
- Digital Curriculum Fee $50 (Payments may be made in full or payment plans established with the administration)
- Parking Permits $15 (students who have earned a College or Career Indicator get a free parking pass. Those indicators include earning a NCCER certification, having had passed a dual enrollment class, and/or having had made on the ACT a 22 in math, 18 in English, 22 in reading, and/or 23 in science)



*Fees Owed from Previous Years*
Any student who has fees owed from previous years must take care of the monies owed the night of orientation. If you have questions regarding fees prior to orientation night, contact Assistant Principal Aaron Studdard at 
astuddard@pcsboe.us or 256-447-2829.

*Remind* Sign up for PHS Reminds to receive informational text messages
Class of 2022 - Seniors Send a text to 81010 Send this message @g486ch
Class of 2023 - Juniors Send a text to 81010 Send this message  @k2dh8e
Class of 2024 - Sophomores Send a text to 81010 Send this message @edg6f9
Class of 2025 - Freshmen Send a text to 81010 Send this message @c44a9f

 

*Breakfast and Lunch* Breakfast and lunch will continue to be free this year per the National School Lunch Program. Even though breakfast and lunch will be free, completion of the Free and Reduced Form is necessary for our school system to receive state allocations and grant monies.

 

*First Day of School* The first day of school is Wednesday, August 11th. The doors open at 7:20AM and students must be in first period by 7:45AM. School dismisses at 3:05PM.

 

*Drop Off/Pick Up* In the morning, students should be dropped off near the first awning going into the cafeteria. Car rider pick up will be on the north side of campus near the agriscience building. Cars dropping off and picking up students should stay in the left lane. 

 

*Schedule Changes* A schedule change request form will be posted on our website from August 9th to 3PM on August 11th. Students have until the end of the first day of school to request a change. Changes are subject to availability, class sizes, and student course

 

*The ACT* It is important everyone take the ACT starting your 9th grade year. You should at least take the ACT once your 9th grade year, twice your 10th grade year, once in the fall of your 11th grade year, and once in the fall of your senior year (at a minimum). Every junior will take the ACT as a state mandated assessment on March 29, 2022.
To register for the ACT, visit 
act.org or see Mrs. Todd.

2021-2022 school calendar is now available      

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MIFI Payment Free/Red Lunch

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