The Daily Update has been posted to ppps.org for Friday (4/10). Once again we want to make sure folks who are participating in our meal distribution program see that we are moving the program to Paw Paw High School, starting Monday. Please help us spread the word.
over 1 year ago, Corey Harbaugh
The Daily Update has been posted for today (Thursday, 4/9) to ppps.org. Please see important item about meal distribution, starting next week. Today meals are being distributed at Paw Paw Middle School, but next week distribution will permanently relocate to Paw Paw High School.
over 1 year ago, Corey Harbaugh
The Daily Update has been added to ppps.org for today (Wednesday, 4/8/2020). Please see three new items: plan to contact each student week of 4/13; services for homeless students/families; PPPS working on Continuity of Learning Plan required by Michigan Department of Ed.
over 1 year ago, Corey Harbaugh
The Daily Update has been posted for today (Tuesday, 4/7) on ppps.org. If you haven't taken time to check out the Thought for the Day part of the update yet, please do so today. Special message from the Later Elementary that is worth sharing with all our students and families.
over 1 year ago, Corey Harbaugh
The Daily Update for today (Monday, 4/6) has been posted to ppps.org. Please look for information about Kindergarten registration, plus requests from PPMS and PPHS for all students/families to participate in a Home Connectivity Survey.
over 1 year ago, Corey Harbaugh
Today's Daily Update (4/03) has been posted to ppps.org. It links to the letter from Superintendent Reo regarding the order to close schools for face-to-face learning for the remainder of the year, and information on how we'll plan to provide instruction for Paw Paw students.
over 1 year ago, Corey Harbaugh
PAW PAW STUDENTS AND COMMUNITY INVITED TO SUBMIT SUGGESTIONS FOR NEW NICKNAME The process for selecting a new nickname for Paw Paw Public Schools kicks off today, April 2, and the 27-student Task Force helping to lead the process is inviting anyone (students, alumni, staff, community members, etc.) with a suggestion, idea, or thought for the next nickname to submit it using our online survey. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/QLWH9HK The survey will be open for suggestions from today until April 24 @ Noon, at which time the submission process will be closed. All serious and respectful nickname submissions will then be put on a ballot, and anyone interested in voting to identify the Top 10 choices will be invited to participate in the voting. Please keep in mind that Paw Paw WILL NOT be changing school colors as part of the process to adopt a new nickname.
over 1 year ago, Corey Harbaugh
The Daily Update for today (April 2) has been posted at ppps.org. In it, please find information on the new order from The State of Michigan closing schools for face-to-face learning for the remainder of the year, and an invitation for all to submit new nickname suggestions.
over 1 year ago, Corey Harbaugh
The April Fool's Day edition of the Daily Update has been posted to ppps.org. As noted in the update, we are all anticipating an announcement from State of Michigan tomorrow on the school year, and Paw Paw Public Schools will be ready to follow the guidance to serve our students.
over 1 year ago, Corey Harbaugh
The Daily Update for today, Tuesday (3/31), has been posted to the ppps.org website. Please look for activities & opportunities for creativity in the PPPS Minecraft challenge for grades 3-12, and the theater activity for students grades Pre-K-2.
over 1 year ago, Corey Harbaugh
The Daily Update has been published for today, Monday (3/30) at ppps.org. The Update has two important reminders: today is a meal service day for students 18-under at Paw Paw Middle School, and for MS students interested in ordering yearbooks: orders are due in the next week.
over 1 year ago, Corey Harbaugh
The Daily Update has been posted for today, Friday, March 27, in the NEWS section of ppps.org. Parents of our youngest students, please look at the link to The Daily Cafe. Students/community: please read the information on the invitation for nickname suggestions coming next week.
over 1 year ago, Corey Harbaugh
The Daily Update has been posted for today, Thursday, 3/26 at ppps.org in the NEWS section. It reminds residents that today is one of our meal service days, from 11am-1pm behind Paw Paw Middle School. Our next meal service for children 18-under will take place on Monday.
over 1 year ago, Corey Harbaugh
The Daily Update for today, Wednesday, March 25, has been posted to the NEWS section of ppps.org. Look for short notes from principals with resources/reminders. Also look at the list from Bronson on needed supplies that can be dropped off tomorrow from 11-1 at PPMS.
over 1 year ago, Corey Harbaugh
The Daily Update for Today (Tuesday, March 24) has been posted at ppps.org in the NEWS section. Please see information about offices being closed in compliance with The State of Michigan "Stay Home, Stay Safe" order, and our plan to continue meal service on Mondays & Thursdays.
over 1 year ago, Corey Harbaugh
The Daily Update for Today, Monday, 3/23/2020, has been posted online at ppps.org in the News Section. It includes the update that the Free Meals program for children 18-under will now move to two days per week for pick up and delivery: Monday and Thursday.
over 1 year ago, Corey Harbaugh
Beginning this week, the free meals for all children 18 and under that Paw Paw Schools is offering can be picked up on Mondays and Thursdays between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. behind the middle school.
over 1 year ago, Rick Reo
A worthwhile read for parents, teachers, and students. Keeping a proper mindset will help us make the very best of the challenging situation we find ourselves in: https://bit.ly/2wiH8Xr
over 1 year ago, Rick Reo
Meal pickup behind the middle school is available until 1:00 today. Free meals for all kids 18 and under. Anyone can pick up. Come on by!
over 1 year ago, Paw Paw Public Schools
The Daily Update has been posted for today, Friday, March 20. Please take note that our offices are generally not open for in-person visits, but business can be done (and arranged) if you call the office of any District building. Phones & voice mails are still being answered.
over 1 year ago, Corey Harbaugh