All are invited to attend these informational "Virtual" Town Hall Meetings!
For Young 5's through 5th grade, it's Summer Book Pickup Time! Don't forget to let us know how you liked your first two books at: https://bit.ly/2021SummerBooks #SummerReading
All are invited to attend these informational "Virtual" Town Hall Meetings! https://meet.google.com/mnm-dbyp-qcn
Kudos to these five PPPS students, all winners of the new “Protector of the Pack Award!" Presented by the transportation director, it recognizes student leaders who have helped the youngest “pack members” on the bus throughout the school year. Celebration time! #RedsRootbeer
This is a reminder to attend tonight's "Virtual" Town Hall Meeting at 8 pm. All are invited to attend!
After school lunchrooms close for summer break, Paw Paw Public Schools Food Service Superheroes are still working to help fill the summer hunger gap! Free summer meals through "Meet up & Eat Up" start June 30th - August 4th. No registration or sign up required. #MeetUpAndEatUp
Paw Paw Middle School recently received a surprise donation of 50 new library books! Thank you Kellogg's Feeding Reading Program and Sam's Club for fueling minds and bodies for school success. #FeedingReading #SamsClub
Paw Paw Later Elementary fifth grade classes walked to Maple Lake this week where Sarett Nature Center staff taught them about insects and their place in the world. After learning about French voyageurs in social studies, students also mapped a route and paddled a canoe!
In honor of the Class of 2021, our newest POP Story, by graduate Charlee Bowers, with a message about home: https://youtu.be/jgyL5L1rfCs
Did you know? Visit www.ppps-bond.com for more information.
Thank you to everyone who attended Superintendent Reo's presentation at our Cedar Street Campus today! To learn more about the August 3 bond proposal visit www.ppps-bond.com
Throughout the Paw Paw Public Schools we are experiencing intermittent phones issues due to internet and power outages this morning. If necessary to communicate with the schools, please use email until this can be resolved. We appreciate your patience!
Did you know? Visit www.ppps-bond.com for more information. No need to wait until August 3rd to vote! Visit your local clerk or go to www.michigan.gov/vote to request your absentee ballot.
Good Afternoon, Tomorrow, Friday, May 21st we are unable to transport the children on the Monkey bus to and from school. I apologize for the inconvenience.
Want to learn more about the Paw Paw Public Schools bond proposal on the August 3 ballot? Check out www.ppps-bond.com
Looking for the best start for your 4-year-old? The Great Start Readiness Program (GSRP), an award-winning preschool located at Paw Paw's Cedar Street Campus, is hosting a "Drive-Thru Preschool Round-up" this Thursday from 5 to 7 pm! Call (269) 539-5214 for more info. #GSRP
When it comes to traditions like Senior Prom, thanks to the PPHS junior class and many others who helped plan a safe and memorable "Night Under the Stars," the Senior Class of 2021 was able to have theirs this year! If you helped make this dream come true in any way, THANK YOU!
Superintendent Rick Reo, with help from PPPS administrative staff, accepted the "Excellence in Innovation" award from @unitedwayswmich for the wonderful work done by Paw Paw Public Schools during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. Well-deserved!!! #uwsmcelebration #pawpawproud
Reminder that at 7 PM this evening we'll have our final Parent Chat of the school year, focused on getting ready for summer, with information on supports, programs, and summer learning opportunities. Join us via Zoom, at: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87149969509?pwd=NFR3S25kR0dyVXM4ZGszQVJzREV2dz09 For those who can't make it, remember the program will be recorded and available tomorrow on the ppps.org website.
At last night's Board of Education Meeting, Paw Paw Later Elementary Principal Jeremy Davison was recognized for "Excellence In Education Leadership!" Sen. Aric Nesbitt and State Rep. Beth Griffin presented the tributes also signed by U.S. Rep. Fred Upton and Gov. Whitmer. 👍