6:30 PM - 8:30 PM PTO Executive Committee Meeting
3:30 PM Mobile Food Pantry at Hillcrest
6:30 PM PKMS Grade 8 Transition Night
Click here for our "Grab & Go" meal schedules and locations. On Wednesdays, PCSD will be delivering meals to families as well.
With winter weather upon us, we wanted to ensure our families know where to find information regarding our closings and delays. Click here to learn more!
ach year, the General Foundations Women’s Club (GFWC) holds a contest for students to use their creativity to inspire others. For the contest, participants are asked to draw upon their own experiences to craft fictional narratives and poetry. GFWC sponsors this creative writing contest to foster community spirit, talent and growth. On Tuesday, May 14, five students from Peekskill Middle School received awards for their outstanding writing! These awards ranged from the club, district and state level. Also for the first time, we have students from Peekskill competing at a national level! Click on the headline above to read more about our winners!
Peekskill Middle School social studies students recently welcomed cyclists from Team 26, a group riding in honor of those who lost their lives at Sandy Hook. The bikers, who left Sandy Hook this morning, visited PKMS as part of their 600 mile trip. The purpose of the ride is to visit schools and communities to promote a message of peace, hope and love. Speakers also talked to students about the importance of being socially conscious and following current events. The group reminded the students that their voices matter and that they shouldn’t be afraid to speak up about issues that are important to them. The riders also challenged students to find a way to use their passions to make the world a better place.
Peekskill Middle School recently took 36 seventh and eighth grade girls to attend IBM's Girls' Cyber Day, which was hosted at Pace University. PKMS students joined young ladies from a variety of other districts to learn about technology and cyber security. Topics of conversation included protecting their online identity and creating secure passwords. Our students were also able to engage in a Q&A session with some of IBM's female staff members, as well as female Pace University students. The trip concluded with a brief tour of the Pace campus.