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Spring Sports Potluck

The Putnam County Athletic Department will be hosting its Annual Spring Sports Potluck on Friday, May 13th, at 5:30 pm in the high school commons.  Every athlete that participated in Softball, Baseball and Track is invited with their parents to attend. Also we are inviting all senior athletes that participated in a varsity sport in the 2015-16 school year to receive their senior athletic plaque.  Coaches will have the . . .

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Superintendent McCracken named ‘Superintendent of Distinction'

Jay K. McCracken, superintendent of Putnam County Community Unit School District 535 in Granville, has been named the 2016 Superintendent of Distinction by his colleagues in the Starved Rock Region of the Illinois Association of School Administrators (IASA). McCracken will be honored at an awards luncheon April 21 in Springfield. State Superintendent Dr. Tony Smith is the featured speaker at the luncheon that will honor 21 IASA . . .

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3rd Grade Field Trip to SciTech Hands on Museum

Thank you PCEF for funding our third grade field trip to the SciTech Hands On Museum. We had a great time! We got to learn about honeybees from a real life beekeeper, and explore three floors of hands on exhibits! We had so much fun!

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PCJH Students Vote for Their Favorite 2016 Rebecca Caudill Book

The Putnam County Junior High School sixth grade students participated in the Rebecca Caudill Young Reader’s Award program. This Illinois award is determined by student votes. This award encourages students to read for personal satisfaction and develops a statewide awareness of outstanding children’s literature. The book Hidden  was chosen by the  6th grade participants as as being the . . .

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PCES Students Vote for Their Favorite 2016 Rebecca Caudill Book

22 fifth graders gathered to vote for their favorite 2016 Rebecca Caudill title Friday,  February 26.  Students have been participating in the Rebecca Caudill Young Readers’  Book Award this school year, selecting books to read from the eighteen nominees.  To be  eligible to attend the party, students had to read at least three titles from the list, pass the  Accelerated Reader quiz for . . .

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