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PTSC Update: Early Learning at Porter Lakes Elementary School

Early Learning at Porter Lakes Elementary School

Our Early Learning Center is up and running with four classrooms filled with three and four-year-old students this year. Our new classrooms, large group learning area, and dropoff and pickup drive have been a welcome addition to the building. This year we also welcomed a new program we began for high school students who wish to explore a career in Early Childhood. High school juniors and seniors attend classes at PLE and are able to do fieldwork in our early learning classrooms as part of their experiences while receiving high school credit, and dual credit for college, and will also walk away with certifications for employment.

Porter Lakes Elementary School Preschool:

Registration for 2023-2024 Preschool has already started! Please call Porter Lakes at 219-306-8076 for availability. Spaces are limited.

Our program includes:

Three-Year-Old 2 Day/AM – spaces very limited

Three-Year-Old 2-Day/All Day – spaces limited

Four-Year-Old 3 Day/AM

Four-Year-Old 3 Day/All Day – spaces very limited

Four-Year-Old 5 Day/All Day – spaces limited

Kindergarten Round-Up is Almost Here!

Registration for 2023-2024 Kindergarten is just around the corner. Porter Lakes Elementary School will be holding Kindergarten Round-Up on Tuesday, February 28, 2023, and Thursday, March 2, 2023. Parents are asked to call PLE at 219-306-8076 ext. 5000 to reserve a spot in their preferred session. Children that will be five years of age before August 1, 2023, should enroll in kindergarten. If you have a friend or neighbor that has a child who may wish to attend preschool or kindergarten, please share this information with them.

For All Early Learners:

Finally, there is a great resource in Porter County called First Things First. They have many resources available for early learners. One great resource is called “Talking is Teaching” and offers lots of resources to support parents as they talk, read, and sing to their little learners. Check out this great resource!

Important Dates:

Here are some dates to keep on your calendar!

February 17: No School (Potential Snow Day Makeup Day)

February 20: No School, President’s Day

March 10: End of Third Quarter

March 27-31: No School, Spring Break

April 7: No School (Potential Snow Day Makeup Day)

April 10: No School (Potential Snow Day Makeup Day)

April 20: BGHS eLearning Day

May 2: eLearning All Buildings

May 24: End of Fourth Quarter, Last Day of School Students

May 26: BGHS Graduation

June 2: Alternative BGHS Graduation

PTSC Standouts:

Congratulations to our BGE Science Bowl Team that competed last week. They put in a lot of early mornings and practices. This year they placed 9th in their division, placing in the STATE TOP 10 of their class.  Mrs. Rippe is so proud of all the hard work the team put in this year! Great job, BGE Science Bowl!

The BGHS Theatre Troupe had the opportunity to attend a State level workshop at St. Mary’s in Notre Dame. The time was spent working, learning, and growing with other theatre students. The BGHS troupe participated in Improv, Puppeteer, Public Communication (Toastmasters International), and leadership classes. What a great opportunity for our great group of kids to continue to expand and develop their interests and talents!

Congratulations to Blake Clinton for finishing in 2nd Place in the Northwest Indiana Middle School Junior Varsity Bowling tournament. Impressive!

Congratulations to our BGHS cheer team on winning the PCC Cheer Competition! You make us proud, and winning the Cheer Competition is a fabulous accomplishment!

Have a PTSC Standout to share? Send it to stacey.schmidt@ptsc.k12.in.us.

Things to Know/Do:

To join the Wolf Pack, follow the links below:

View Postings: https://www.applitrack.com/ptsc/onlineapp/jobpostings/view.asp?

Apply: https://www.applitrack.com/ptsc/onlineapp/default.aspx

Substitute Teaching Information: https://www.ptsc.k12.in.us/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/Guidelines-for-Subs-2022-23.pdf

Substitute Teaching Application: https://www.applitrack.com/ptsc/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Substitute

First Student Bus Driver: Call Debbie Crouch at 219-464-3988 or visit https://firststudentinc.com/careers/

Tell your friends and neighbors about this new way to know what is happening at PTSC! Even if your neighbors don’t have kids in school, tell them about our weekly updates so they can hear the great news of what happens at PTSC!

Every Wednesday is a 30-minute delayed start. If we have a 2-hour delay, students will arrive at school 2 hours after the regular start time for the building.

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PTSC Update: Special Education Teachers and Paraprofessionals Join the Wolf Pack

Special Education Teachers and Paraprofessionals Join the Wolf Pack

With the start of the 2023-2024 school year, special education teachers and paraprofessionals will be employed directly by Porter Township School Corporation.

Porter Township School Corporation is part of Porter County Education Services. This Cooperative consists of the public school corporations in Porter County and collaborates to provide special education services and career and technical education to the students in Porter County (the School City of Hobart participates in our Porter County Career programs as well).

This change comes to provide school corporations the opportunity to employ those teachers and paraprofessionals that work full-time supporting our students in our school buildings. We are excited about this opportunity to continue to support our special education staff and look at our student needs and programming development.

Porter Township will continue with the other districts in Porter County to support Porter County Education Services to assist our students through shared services both at the SELF school in Valparaiso and through services offered in our school buildings. We will continue to partner to provide outstanding opportunities in career and technical education through the Porter County Career Center and through the career and technical programs offered throughout the County (Porter Township offers culinary arts, criminal justice, and early childhood within our district).

This is one step in looking at how to better serve students with special needs. We think it’s a great first step, as we believe we have some of the very best special education staff in the County and are pleased to officially welcome them to our Pack!

Important Dates:

Here are some dates to keep on your calendar!

January 26: BGHS eLearning Day

February 17: No School (Potential Snow Day Makeup Day)

February 20: No School, President’s Day

March 10: End of Third Quarter

March 27-31: No School, Spring Break

April 7: No School (Potential Snow Day Makeup Day)

April 10: No School (Potential Snow Day Makeup Day)

April 20: BGHS eLearning Day

May 2: eLearning All Buildings

May 24: End of Fourth Quarter, Last Day of School Students

May 26: BGHS Graduation

June 2: Alternative BGHS Graduation

PTSC Standouts:

Congratulations to the BGHS VEX Robotics Team, Robowolves, who competed in their first competition at Crown Point HS this past weekend. We can’t wait to see where the Robowolves head from here!

Congratulations to Emma Carpenter, Nikolai Hixon, Benjamin Jones, Cole Keyser, Ashlee Sinkiewicz, Karlee Tatalovich, and Ian Wilson for being chosen by their Porter County Career & Technical Education teachers as Outstanding Students for the second grading period! Keep up the great work!

Have a PTSC Standout to share? Send it to stacey.schmidt@ptsc.k12.in.us.

Things to Know/Do:

To join the Wolf Pack, follow the links below:

View Postings: https://www.applitrack.com/ptsc/onlineapp/jobpostings/view.asp?

Apply: https://www.applitrack.com/ptsc/onlineapp/default.aspx

Substitute Teaching Information: https://www.ptsc.k12.in.us/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/Guidelines-for-Subs-2022-23.pdf

Substitute Teaching Application: https://www.applitrack.com/ptsc/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Substitute

First Student Bus Driver: Call Debbie Crouch at 219-464-3988 or visit https://firststudentinc.com/careers/

Tell your friends and neighbors about this new way to know what is happening at PTSC! Even if your neighbors don’t have kids in school, tell them about our weekly updates so they can hear the great news of what happens at PTSC!

Every Wednesday is a 30-minute delayed start. If we have a 2-hour delay, students will arrive at school 2 hours after the regular start time for the building.

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PTSC Update: Adding Two Online Days to BGHS Calendar

Adding Two Online Days to BGHS Calendar (January 26, 2023, and April 20, 2023)

Based on parent and student feedback, we have added two Synchronous (live instruction) eLearning Days to our schedule for the second semester. When surveyed, 96% of parents and 89% of students were in support of additional Synchronous eLearning days in the second semester. We will use these days to analyze PSAT data and create a plan to focus and improve instruction to improve SAT scores for our March 2nd test. On the first day on Thursday, January 26th, 2023, BGHS will analyze the PSAT data of junior students to continue to plan to improve student scores. They will look at student data to create a plan to focus instructional needs as individual teachers, departments, and as a full school. On Thursday, April 20th, BGHS will evaluate the effectiveness of the plan from this year and create a plan and make adjustments for next year’s SAT including course adjustments, master schedule changes, and instructional practices for next school year. 

Vocational and LRE Courses

In an effort to limit disruption, we will hold all regularly scheduled vocational courses.  All students will attend in a normal fashion.  Similarly, we will arrange our schedule so that our students who take vocational courses off-site, will have the opportunity to attend synchronous learning with little disruption (we will schedule an office hours time from roughly 10-10:30, which should allow afternoon students to return from vocational before their 5th-hour starts,  and morning students to attend without disruption). Additionally, students who attend our LRE program at BGHS will attend in person on those days.

Transportation

All normally scheduled LRE and vocational transportation will run as scheduled.

The BGHS synchronous eLearning day schedule: 

1st Period 8:00am – 8:25am 

2nd Period 8:30am – 8:55am

3rd Period 9:00am – 9:25am 

4th Period 9:30am – 9:55am 

Office Hours: 10:00am – 10:25am

5th Period 10:30am – 10:55am 

6th Period 11:00am – 11:25am 

7th Period 11:30am – 11:55am

Important Dates:

Here are some dates to keep on your calendar!

December 20: End of Second Quarter and First Semester

December 21-January 3: No School, Winter Break

January 4: First day back after break!

January 16: No School, MLK Day (Potential Snow Day Makeup Day)

January 20: Porter County Sensory Night (more information to come!)

January 26: BGHS eLearning Day

February 17: No School (Potential Snow Day Makeup Day)

February 20: No School, President’s Day

March 10: End of Third Quarter

March 27-31: No School, Spring Break

April 7: No School (Potential Snow Day Makeup Day)

April 10: No School (Potential Snow Day Makeup Day)

April 20: BGHS eLearning Day

May 2: eLearning All Buildings

May 24: End of Fourth Quarter, Last Day of School Students

May 26: BGHS Graduation

June 2: Alternative BGHS Graduation

PTSC Standouts:

This is Jourdin Dominguez, a NATIONAL CHAMPION BOXER from BGMS.  She traveled all the way to Lubic Texas to participate in the National Championships and finished first in her division. Congratulations, Jourdin!

This fall PTSC was able to award several grants to staff members. PTSC is able to do this by having generous donations from the community and companies with whom we work that wish to invest in the work of our staff and students. This fall we were able to award:

  • Justine McGinley, BGHS–Robotics
  • Amanda McKee, BGE–A Window to the World
  • Tony Tauber, BGHS–Natural Helpers
  • Kim Corman, PLE–Classroom Transformations
  • Katie Sarnowski, BGHS–Academic Team Competitions
  • Jen Gibbs, BGHS–Certified Trauma Professional Training
  • BGHS Guidance Department, BGHS–Counseling Tools to Support Students
  • Still to come–PLE, The Science of Reading

These grants ranged from $150 to $500 per award. We are thrilled to be able to support our staff and students. If you would like to help us provide these grants with a contribution, let us know and we will work with you to make this happen! Call 219-477-4933

Have a PTSC Standout to share? Send it to stacey.schmidt@ptsc.k12.in.us.

Things to Know/Do:

To join the Wolf Pack, follow the links below:

View Postings: https://www.applitrack.com/ptsc/onlineapp/jobpostings/view.asp?

Apply: https://www.applitrack.com/ptsc/onlineapp/default.aspx

Substitute Teaching Information: https://www.ptsc.k12.in.us/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/Guidelines-for-Subs-2022-23.pdf

Substitute Teaching Application: https://www.applitrack.com/ptsc/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Substitute

First Student Bus Driver: Call Debbie Crouch at 219-464-3988 or visit https://firststudentinc.com/careers/

Tell your friends and neighbors about this new way to know what is happening at PTSC! Even if your neighbors don’t have kids in school, tell them about our weekly updates so they can hear the great news of what happens at PTSC!

Every Wednesday is a 30-minute delayed start. If we have a 2-hour delay, students will arrive at school 2 hours after the regular start time for the building.

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PTSC Update: Indiana Department of Education Attendance Measures

Indiana Department of Education Attendance Measures

The Indiana Department of Education tracks school attendance based on the percentage of PK-12 students with at least a 94% attendance rate. That means the goal is for students to be in school at least 94% of the time. In a school year that is 180 days in length, that equates to missing no more than 10 school days in the entire school year.

So how are our schools doing so far this year? According to the Indiana Department of Education, these are the percentages of PK-12 students with at least a 94% attendance rate:

 PTSC PercentageIndiana Percentage
District68.5%59%
BGHS75.3% 
BGMS59% 
BGE63.6% 
PLE69% 

What does that mean? Well, first, we should probably look at some historic data. Here’s how our buildings have been performing on this same metric for entire school years, according to the Indiana Department of Education:

 Current %2021202020192018
State59%69.3%76.5%74.3%72.5%
District68.5%86.5%77.3%78.7%77%
BGHS75.3%86.2%77.8%74.5%75.1%
BGMS59%88.6%74%78.6%74.9%
BGE63.6%86.2%87.3%82.7%86.6%
PLE69%85.1%74.4%82.6%80.3%

Why does Indiana track attendance? Attendance matters for learning. If a student is in class receiving instruction, it positively impacts student achievement.

What does this mean for you? Take a look at your kids, and the days they have missed this year. Sometimes kids are sick and need to stay home. The goal is to have students at school learning when they are healthy and able to be at school learning.

Important Dates:

Here are some dates to keep on your calendar!

November 15: Porter County Education Services Town Hall Meeting at 6 pm, Valparaiso High School Cafeteria

November 18 (7 pm), 19 (2 pm and 6 pm), and 20 (3pm) Come see The Outsiders at BGHS. Get tickets at https://bghsdramadept.ludus.com/index.php?show_id=19937

November 23-25: No School, Thanksgiving Break

December 10: Pancake Breakfast 8 am – 12 pm at Porter Lakes

December 20: End of Second Quarter and First Semester

December 21-January 3: No School, Winter Break

January 4: First day back after break!

January 16: No School, MLK Day (Potential Snow Day Makeup Day)

January 20: Porter County Sensory Night (more information to come!)

February 17: No School (Potential Snow Day Makeup Day)

February 20: No School, President’s Day

March 10: End of Third Quarter

March 27-31: No School, Spring Break

April 7: No School (Potential Snow Day Makeup Day)

April 10: No School (Potential Snow Day Makeup Day)

May 2: eLearning All Buildings

May 24: End of Fourth Quarter, Last Day of School Students

May 26: BGHS Graduation

June 2: Alternative BGHS Graduation

PTSC Standouts:

Lauren Jeffries, Savannah Lipkovitch, Corey Sumler-Hyatte, and Mollee Mullert were chosen by their Vocational teachers as the Outstanding Student for the first grading period! Great job! 

Boone Grove Middle School Students Lizzie Estrada, Uriah Grover, Aidan Bracas, Wyatt Kreiger (not pictured), and Boone Grove High School Student Trent Crabtree volunteered for the Special Olympics bowling tournament at Stardust in Merrillville. They were responsible for assisting bowlers with making sure scores were correct, and bowlers took their turn at the correct time and handed out medals. Thanks to all who served and Bill Knight- Boone Grove Bowling head coach.

Have a PTSC Standout to share? Send it to stacey.schmidt@ptsc.k12.in.us.

Things to Know/Do:

To join the Wolf Pack, follow the links below:

View Postings: https://www.applitrack.com/ptsc/onlineapp/jobpostings/view.asp?

Apply: https://www.applitrack.com/ptsc/onlineapp/default.aspx

Substitute Teaching Information: https://www.ptsc.k12.in.us/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/Guidelines-for-Subs-2022-23.pdf

Substitute Teaching Application: https://www.applitrack.com/ptsc/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Substitute

First Student Bus Driver: Call Debbie Crouch at 219-464-3988 or visit https://firststudentinc.com/careers/

Tell your friends and neighbors about this new way to know what is happening at PTSC! Even if your neighbors don’t have kids in school, tell them about our weekly updates so they can hear the great news of what happens at PTSC!

Every Wednesday is a 30-minute delayed start. If we have a 2-hour delay, students will arrive at school 2 hours after the regular start time for the building.

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PTSC Update: eLearning Days

PTSC eLearning Days

Porter Township School Corporation will utilize eLearning in two primary ways for the 2022-2023 school year:

  1. Scheduled eLearning Days in grades K-12 utilizing synchronous and asynchronous learning (These are what we are scheduled to use on November 7, 2022, and May 2, 2023.)

These days are scheduled and built into the school calendar.  Students in grades K-12 receive instruction through Schoology, the PTSC Learning Management System (LMS).  A portion of the school day will be “live” instruction with the teacher, which happens virtually. A portion of the day will happen asynchronously, meaning students can complete work at any time. During the asynchronous learning portion of the day, teachers work in their buildings on professional development activities while also interacting with students through the LMS. Teachers are available for assistance during the school day for asynchronous learning activities. 

  1. eLearning Days in grades PK-12 for inclement weather utilizing asynchronous learning

These days typically happen on the day of bad weather (cold, snow, ice, fog) and allow instruction to continue when it would be unsafe for students to travel to school.  Teachers design lessons and place content on Schoology for students to access.  

Porter Township also utilizes online learning for blended and online courses at the high school level.  Many of these courses are authored by PTSC teachers.  Some courses, primarily used for credit recovery, are from a purchased course provider.  Additionally, BGHS uses online learning for a portion of the student body (who qualify and select this option) on Wednesdays (less than 50% of enrolled students).

What does PTSC believe about learning?
Learning can occur anytime, anywhere!  

eLearning can be synchronous (same time, different locations) or asynchronous learning (not dependent on everyone being in the same place at the same time). 

Asynchronous learning means that students can get up early and tackle all of their work and enjoy the rest of the day or sleep in and rust to finish in the evening.  However, some guidelines are in place to help you know what to expect and also for students to know how and when to access help from their teachers.   

eLearning is a valuable way to learn as it is an essential skill for students to have in the future!

eLearning is an integral part of helping students prepare for life beyond PTSC. Whether students are headed to the workforce and Zoom meetings or off to college–both will require them to function in online environments. Feedback provided by our graduates indicates that having the ability to complete coursework synchronously and asynchronously is essential for future success.

Relationships matter!  

When learning online, we work to build relationships.  It is essential to foster connections between teacher and student and the students to each other.

The teacher is still the artist in the classroom.

Face-to-face instruction and eLearning take a master teacher to work.  Even though the experience may be different, the eLearning environment takes a lot of careful work and preparation on the part of the teacher for it to be effective.  

PTSC eLearning Guidelines for asynchronous instruction (anytime, anywhere)–inclement weather days:

  • Teachers will have lessons on Schoology by 9 AM on the eLearning Day.
  • The content, rigor, and quality covered on an eLearning day are to be the content, rigor, and quality covered in class following Indiana’s Standards. 
  • Students may learn new concepts, practice concepts already introduced, or complete a project to demonstrate mastery of a concept.  It depends on where the class is in the learning sequence.  
  • Teachers will be available for student interaction online during the regular school hours for that school building.
  • Students may contact teachers through Schoology or student email.
  • Teachers will communicate through Schoology about assignments for students and when they are due.
  • It should take students about the typical time of a school day to complete school work.  Each assignment or class may be different.  Please communicate with your child’s teacher if you have a question or if something takes a long time.  
  • If a student does not turn in work for a period of the day, it will be counted as an unexcused absence.  
  • If your child cannot participate in the eLearning day due to a reason in the PTSC handbook, please call or email the school office to report the absence so that we may mark it accordingly, as we would do on any other day of school.
  • Students who do not turn in work will have the same ramifications for incomplete work as on a typical school day.  
  • Please communicate immediately with your child’s teacher if you have a technology issue or experience any problems.  We cannot help you if we do not know there is an issue.  Contacting us directly is how to tackle issues quickly, efficiently, and correctly.
  • If the teacher does not have the answer to the issue, they will help connect you with the person who can help you to find the answer.
  • If your child has a question, have them try and reach out to the teacher to get the answer themselves.  This is a valuable skill, similar to asking questions in class to get help.  
  • If a student lacks an internet connection, the family will work with the building administrator to help them access community support. The Porter County Public Library provides free mobile hotspots available for checkout. Additionally, many internet providers have offered reduced-cost internet options. The building administrator will work out a plan to meet the needs of each family.

PTSC eLearning Guidelines for synchronous instruction (scheduled time, different locations)–Scheduled November 8, 2022 and May 2, 2023:

  • Teachers and administrators will communicate the “live” learning schedule.
  • The content, rigor, and quality covered on an eLearning day are to be the content, rigor, and quality covered in class following Indiana’s Standards.
  • Students will be required to participate in scheduled “live” sessions to be considered in attendance.
  • If your child cannot participate in the eLearning day due to a reason in the PTSC handbook, please call or email the school office to report the absence so that we may mark it accordingly, as we would do on any other day of school.
  • Students who do not turn in work will have the same ramifications for incomplete work as on a typical school day.  
  • Please communicate immediately with your child’s teacher if you have a technology issue or experience any problems.  We cannot help you if we do not know there is an issue.  Contacting us directly is how to tackle issues quickly, efficiently, and correctly.
  • If the teacher does not have the answer to the issue, they will help connect you with the person who can help you to find the answer.
  • If your child has a question, have them try and reach out to the teacher to get the answer themselves.  This is a valuable skill, similar to asking questions in class to get help. 
  • If a student lacks an internet connection, the family will work with the building administrator to help them access community support. The Porter County Public Library provides free mobile hotspots available for checkout. Additionally, many internet providers have offered reduced-cost internet options. The building administrator will work out a plan to meet the needs of each family. 

Why Did PTSC Change the Way Virtual Days Happen?

House Enrolled Act 1093 introduced new regulations for how virtual learning is conducted in Indiana. When a school uses virtual learning for at least 50% or more of students on a school day, the school needs to have 50% of the day as synchronous instruction and the other half asynchronous (or the entire day as synchronous).

The law provides for the use of three virtual learning days that do not meet the above requirements. PTSC has chosen to hold those for use on inclement weather days.

PTSC Forms:

Student Internet and Technology Responsible Use Policy

Student Internet and Technology Responsible Use Agreement

PTSC iPad Informational Presentation

Learning Management System:  Schoology

Schoology Parent Access

Schoology Student  Access

Parent Guide to Schoology

Login Issues April 2020–Help Sheet from PTSC IT Department

Student and Parent Resources:

Student Email Login

Porter County Public Library

Porter Township School Corporation Library

PTSC Student Handbook

Harmony Family Access (Student Management System)

Important Dates:

Here are some dates to keep on your calendar!

November 7: BGHS Picture Retake Day

November 7: BGHS STEM Club Fundraiser at Valpo Culvers

November 8: eLearning All Buildings

November 18 (7 pm), 19 (2 pm and 6 pm), and 20 (3pm) Come see The Outsiders at BGHS. Get tickets at https://bghsdramadept.ludus.com/index.php?show_id=19937

November 23-25: No School, Thanksgiving Break

December 20: End of Second Quarter and First Semester

December 21-January 3: No School, Winter Break

January 4: First day back after break!

January 16: No School, MLK Day (Potential Snow Day Makeup Day)

January 20: Porter County Sensory Night (more information to come!)

February 17: No School (Potential Snow Day Makeup Day)

February 20: No School, President’s Day

March 10: End of Third Quarter

March 27-31: No School, Spring Break

April 7: No School (Potential Snow Day Makeup Day)

April 10: No School (Potential Snow Day Makeup Day)

May 2: eLearning All Buildings

May 24: End of Fourth Quarter, Last Day of School Students

May 26: BGHS Graduation

June 2: Alternative BGHS Graduation

PTSC Standouts:

On October 24, Mrs. Gibbs, Chris Vargas, and Maddie Epler attended a Rotary luncheon in Valparaiso.  Maddie and Chris were recognized as two leaders at BGHS. They had an opportunity to talk about their experiences and our school and to learn what Rotary does for our local, national, and international communities. 

Congratulations to Mrs. Swan for being named the October Boone Grove High School Teacher of the Month! Many students nominated Mrs. Swan for her hard work and dedication to education at Boone Grove. Thank you for your service!

Have a PTSC Standout to share? Send it to stacey.schmidt@ptsc.k12.in.us.

Things to Know/Do:

Now hiring substitute teachers! Please contact Linda Dusek at the administration building if you are interested in substitute teaching, and she will help you start the application process and discuss your qualifications.

Tell your friends and neighbors about this new way to know what is happening at PTSC! Even if your neighbors don’t have kids in school, tell them about our weekly updates so they can hear the great news of what happens at PTSC!

Every Wednesday is a 30-minute delayed start. If we have a 2-hour delay, students will arrive at school 2 hours after the regular start time for the building.

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