PCHS PARENT News

May 30, 2019

Safeguarding Our Children - Cyber Safety

As a follow-up to the District's first Parent Ignight in November, Safeguarding our Children, Part 1, PCHS was pleased to host Russ Tuttle, president and founder of the Stop Trafficking Project this week for school-wide assemblies. Prevention and awareness are central to keeping students safe on and offline. Middle and High Schoolers learned about online safety, cyberbullying, loneliness, depression, spotters and sexting, as well as the exploitation of students that could lead to domestic minor human trafficking. Students were empowered to be safe and keep others safe, linking them to trusted adults.

Parking for 2018

Please complete the parking request form at 2019-2020 Parking Form to request parking for your student at Platte County High School for the next school year.


After completion of the form Please SCAN (no pictures please):


Completed Form

Students Drivers License

Insurance Card


Email the file to pchsparking@platteco.k12.mo.us PLEASE MAKE SURE TO PUT YOUR STUDENTS NAME IN THE SUBJECT LINE.


Applications/request will not be considered complete until all materials are submitted.


Please note: All forms submitted acknowledges that you and your student have read the parking form document and agree to the regulations and consequences stated. It also acknowledges that your student and you understand that any violation of the rules and regulations will result in the suspension and/or revocation of driving privileges on school property..


If you have any questions Please contact Bobbie Deeney at 816-858-2822 ext. 1207

Summer School

Summer School will be held June 3-28, 2019.

School Calendar for 2019-20

2019-20 District Calendar can be found here.

Fall Registration Dates

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Pirates R.O.C.K. Character Trait: RESPECT

Pirates R.O.C.K. (Raising Outstanding Character Kids) is a program designed to surround our families with examples of strong character traits through school experiences, at home, and reinforced in their community. Each month our community focuses on a specific character trait and students are recognized for exhibiting these traits: Self Confidence, Pride, Responsibility, Citizenship, Compassion, Individuality, Self Control, Integrity, Perseverance, Respect, Honesty, and Cooperation.


May's #PiratesROCK trait is RESPECT: being considerate of others, property, rules & authority.

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Bullying and Safety Concerns

Safety is one of our district’s top priorities and to help safeguard our school community, our district is now using SafeSchools Alert, a tip reporting service that allows students, staff, and parents to submit safety concerns to our administration.


You and your student can easily report tips on bullying, harassment, or any safety issue you're concerned about through SafeSchools Alert.


Every tip SafeSchools Alert receives about our district is immediately logged in the system and our administration is notified so that they can investigate and take appropriate action. And, tips may also be submitted anonymously if you prefer.


Together, using SafeSchools Alert, we can make our district a safer place to learn!


Click the link below to submit a tip or concern.


SAFE SCHOOLS ALERT

PARENT PORTAL GUIDE

How To Use Parent Portal

Mark Your Calendar

May 31:

  • LAST DAY OF SCHOOL, 11:40 Dismissal

June 3

  • Summer School Begins



Click here to view the full Platte County High School calendar on our website.

Thank you to our Pirates ROCK Star business partners!

Platte County High School

  • Dr. Chad Sayre, Principal
  • Shari Waters, Assistant Principal
  • Matt Messick, Assistant Principal
  • Stephanie Theis, Assistant Principal
  • Phil Dorman, Activities Director