The wind has made us move inside this morning. Recess in the gym this morning.
PCCS is cancelled today, 2/7/19, due to weather conditions. Be safe!!!
PCCS will be closed today due to weather conditions. Thank you, and be safe.
Info for 8th grade students and parents about the high school Elective Fairs this week and next: Freshman Elective Fair Information: Highland High Elective Fair for incoming Highland Freshman will held on Monday, February 4th at HHS. 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm. Century High Elective Fair for incoming Century Freshman will held on Tuesday, February 12th at CHS. 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm. Pocatello High Elective Fair for incoming Pocatello Freshman will held on Wednesday, February 13th at PHS. 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm
Recess will be in the gym this morning.
Indoor recess this morning!
PCCS will be closed today due to weather conditions.
Indoor recess today! Stay dry.
Good Morning PCCS! We will be outside for recess this morning.
Three PCCS Lego Robotics teams finished their 2018 season on December 15 after competing in the regional qualifier event at ISU. We had three teams this year with 19 students ranging from fifth to seventh grade. Every year, FIRST LEGO League releases a Challenge based on a real-world scientific topic. (FIRST is an acronym “For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology” and more information about the program can be found at http://www.firstlegoleague.org/. )
PCCS defeated the Connor Academy Mustangs to secure their spot in the SE Idaho charter schools championship volleyball tournament. The tournament will be held at Taylor's Crossing Charter School in Idaho Falls beginning at 10:00 am on Saturday October 27th. The tournament admission is $5 per family or $2 per individual. The tournament includes a semi-final round and a championship round. Go Wolves!!!
Resolved that PCCS is a school dedicated to parents and teachers working together for the betterment of the students
Through the Expeditionary Learning model, Pocatello Community Charter School creates a learning environment for students to develop a love of learning, think at a high level, work hard to overcome difficult challenges with no excuses, persist to achieve their personal best relative to previous performance, seek to improve the world around them, and treat others with kindness and respect. Our teachers, parents, and community are empowered to enable students to meet these expectations
The Pocatello Community Charter School (PCCS) is a public school of choice, based on a charter, serving students from kindergarten through the eighth grade. Although this handbook contains much of the information in the charter, a copy of the actual PCCS charter is available for check-out in the PCCS office.