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After School Tutoring
PCMS will begin offering after school tutoring for students beginning November 2, 2017. The program will run every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:45pm to 4:45pm at the middle school. It is specifically designed to work with students in their areas of weakness in English-Language Arts and Math. For more information please click "Read More." 
Washington, DC Trip Information Washington, DC Trip Information

As you may know, students at PCMS go on a culminating class trip to our nation's capital the spring of their eighth grade year. We try to help offset the cost of this trip by offering fundraising opportunities each year to go into individual student accounts. You may also make payments at any time. Click on "Read More" for payment coupons and current eighth grade trip forms and information.

Superintendent's Message - October
It is hard to believe that Pleasants County Schools is nearing the end of the first nine weeks, which will be on October 19th, 2017. Report cards will be sent home with students on October 26th. Many educational programs designed to improve student achievement continue to be implemented throughout our schools...

Introducing SchoolCafe

Pleasants County Schools is proud to offer SchoolCafé, a safe and secure way for parents to make online payments to their children’s cafeteria accounts. Setup Instructions
* View your child's cafeteria account balance
* Make payments to your child's cafeteria account
* Review daily spending and purchases
* Low balance reminders

PCMS Mission Statement and Core Beliefs PCMS Mission Statement and Core Beliefs

All students will succeed as learners today and leaders tomorrow.
PCMS’s Strategic Plan

PCMS updates its strategic plan each year.  Here is a summary of this year’s plan which was developed with input from the school administration, Faculty Senate and Local School Improvement Council.

New Lockdown Procedure (A.L.I.C.E.)
Pleasants County Schools has adopted a new strategy for lockdown procedure known as the A.L.I.C.E. plan. A.L.I.C.E. is an acronym for Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, and Evacuate.  Prior to the A.L.I.C.E. plan, lockdown procedures involved the staff locking their doors, moving the students to a part of the room where they could not be seen, and quietly remaining there until an “all clear” announcement was given.  The A.L.I.C.E. plan offers a different philosophy in light of school violence.  The philosophy of A.L.I.C.E. is to use technology and information in a way so that staff and students can make informed decisions in a crisis, remove as many people as possible from the danger zone, and provide realistic training so that those involved in a crisis have a better chance of surviving.  
Information about Pleasants County School’s Grading Policy

A new grading policy for all Pleasants County Schools is now being used to determine students’ grades for each nine weeks. 

How to See Your Student's Grades
Click here for information about using LiveGrades to check students' grades. 
Contact Us
510 Riverview Drive
Belmont, WV 26134
Phone: (304) 299-5275
Fax: (304) 665-2451

Mrs. Lori Barnhart, Principal

Mr. Aaron Hickman, Assistant Principal
Pleasants County Schools    *    202 Fairview Drive   St. Marys, WV 26170    *    Phone: (304) 684-2215    *    Fax: (304) 684-3569
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