Bring in your pet donations through Dec. 20. Students can drop off in the main lobby. Thank you for your support!
News & Announcements - Port Chester Middle School
Sign the Petition and Help Port Chester Obtain Rightful School Foundation Aid
Please help Port Chester Public Schools obtain our rightful school aid by contacting state-elected officials and others who influence state funding for education.
One way to do this is by signing the petition urging our legislators and education leaders to fund Port Chester's Foundation Aid now!
Foundation Aid was established a decade ago to ensure that all students receive their constitutionally guaranteed right to a sound and basic education, regardless of their zip code. The failure to adhere to the original 2007-08 Foundation Aid formula has cut our state aid by more than $168 million over 10 years. This comes at a time when costs have risen and our enrollment has grown by more than 800 students. Read more here!
PORT CHESTER PUBLIC SCHOOLS
PCMS Holiday boutique set for Dec. 13
The Port Chester Middle School Student Council's Annual Holiday Boutique is set for Thursday, Dec. 13, from 3-4 p.m. in the school library
Shop for unique, affordable gifts for the whole family. Prices range from $1 to $20.
Bring in your pet donations through December 20th.
Students can drop off in the main lobby.
Thank you for your support!
PORT CHESTER MIDDLE SCHOOL
Please sign up for Remind 101. Follow the directions below and you will get updates from PCMS as needed from the school. Remind is a free, safe, and simple messaging tool that helps schools share important updates and reminders. All personal information is kept private.
Text @d9fcg9 to the number 81010
You should receive a welcome text from Remind.
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School District and Local Clergy Plan 2019 MLK Commemoration
Port Chester students show appreciation for veterans
In honor of Veterans Day,Port Chester Middle School students visited with veterans to deliver Veterans Day cards to the VA Hospital in Montrose.
Eight students were selected by their teachers as being model citizens with an interest in social studies. Students were selected from each grade to visit the Veteran's Day Celebration at the VA Hospital.
There was a special celebration to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of World War 1. Students handed out several hundred thank you cards, written by them and their fellow students, to thank the veterans who attended the ceremony as well as throughout the hospital.
Students also helped to organize the food pantry and took part in a tour of the hospital and its facilities. They were accompanied by Principal Pat Swift, Social Studies Department Chairperson Chris Halstead, and 7th Grade Social Studies Teacher Dan Doherty.
Meanwhile, the Social Studies Department put together the “Picture Wall of Veterans” in our main lobby that is pictured here. Students and staff were invited to submit a copy of a veteran's picture along with information about them and their service to our country.
Just when we thought our kids couldn't make us prouder. Thank you to all our veterans for their service!