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Awards Banquet, Prom and Graduation
All On Hold

The COVID-19 pandemic has created significant challenges for people in all walks of life, from those individuals and families who have lost a loved one, are sick themselves, or who now find themselves without a job, or a business.   It has upset the world’s “normal” in a way not experienced by the majority of people living in the United States today, and unfortunately, no one is certain of what is yet to come! 

 In time, it is expected that this too shall pass, but in the meantime we will all struggle with decisions on how, and when, it is safe to proceed.  Local, state, and our national governing bodies are facing challenges and issuing directives daily in an effort to minimize the effects of this ever evolving medical threat.  We will follow the directives issued by these governing bodies in conjunction with the medical/health community.  

It is certainly not an attempt to minimize the value and importance of school related activities such as Prom, Honors Night or Graduation, but we, like so many others cannot provide answers to the questions of when, or if, these landmark moments may occur.  Obviously, these events are on hold for the immediate future, but we are hopeful that we may be able to consider some, or all of these events in the coming months. In the meantime, keep your priorities fixed on the health and safety of your family, friends and neighbors as we continue to navigate these unchartered waters.


Congratulations

Lincoln Journal State All-State:

1st Team - Kaci Pierce

2nd Team - Isabelle Paitz

Honorable Mention - Natalie Siegel, Katy Lindner, Cadee Nichols

 

Omaha World Herald All-State:

1st Team - Kaci Pierce

2nd Team - Isabelle Paitz

Honorable Mention - Natalie Siegel, Katy Lindner, Cadee Nichols


Lincoln Journal Star:

2020 Honorable Mention All-State

Kessler Dixon, Brady Klein, and Tyce Westland

 

The Omaha World-Herald:

2020 Honorable Mention All-State

Kessler Dixon, Brady Klein, and Tyce Westland


Girls State Championship Apparel store

 

Orders are Due April 1st!

https://pleasantonstatechamps2020.itemorder.com/sale


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Student Resources

PE

Elementary PE

7-12th PE

Music

Music Resource Letter from Mr. Gibbons


Coronavirus Support and Information for our Students: 

https://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2020/02/28/809580453/just-for-kids-a-comic-exploring-the-new-coronavirus

https://cdn.education.ne.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Helping-children-cope-with-stress-during-the-2019-nCOV-outbreak.pdf


Coronavirus

Pleasanton Public School Community:

We will continue to monitor the Coronavirus situation through the Nebraska Center for Disease Control (CDC) and take appropriate precautions if, and when, we feel there is a need to do so. 

Our school webpage contains information from the CDC on the Coronavirus.

The best prevention is to wash your hands regularly with hot soap and water, cover your mouth with your elbow area when sneezing or coughing, or use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.


NSAA RELEASE

All NSAA activity practices and competitions are suspended through May 1st.  These suspensions may be extended should the conditions warrant.

Member schools and student-participants are expected to adhere to the NSAA Constitution & Bylaws and activity manuals during this time.

The NSAA encourages all member schools to follow CDC, local, state and federal health department recommendations.

As more information becomes available, official updates will be posted on the NSAA website and the NSAA social media platforms


2018-2019 Annual School Report


Records Project

This spring the Pleasanton Bulldogs will be working on a project to create record boards for the following activities boys/girls basketball, football, golf, track and field, volleyball, wrestling, and for anyone that received a “27” or higher on their ACT.  But in order to complete this project we need your help.

If you believe you have a record or know of someone that has a record please bring in any evidence to prove your claim to Pleasanton Public Schools. Examples of evidence would be dated newspaper articles, old scorebooks, dated pictures.  Unfortunately we will not be able to use word of mouth as a source it must be documented. If you or someone you know scored a “27” or higher on the ACT please contact Pleasanton Public Schools and we will look in the student records to confirm. We are hoping to have these record boards completed over the summer. 

Please send all information to Pleasanton Public Schools by May 8, 2020. If you have any questions please contact Casey Loomis at Pleasanton Public Schools. Thank you and GO BULLDOGS!!!!

 


 


 


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