Ground Breaking Ceremonies

PISD School Board Members, Central Office Staff, Elementary Students and Teachers were all lead to the site of the new Elementary School by the PHS Drumline and Cheerleaders. Ground has been officially broken for the new school and we cannot express our gratitude to our District and Community for the support. The new Elementary is projected to be ready for students for the 2017-2018 school year.
Old classrooms have gone under renovation to be turned into new Science classrooms for Junior High Students. These classrooms will now include more safety features such as eye washing stations. Several Junior High and Intermediate Students and the Junior High Cheerleaders joined Chamber of Commerce Members as well as Joeris Employees during this wonderful Ground Breaking Ceremony. Superintendent, Dr. Matthew Mann, as well as Pleasanton Intermediate Student, Stayton Hagen, were given the honor to "break wall" in the new Science Labs.
The Food Services Department was once located at the High School Campus. They have moved locations and have left behind a large room located next to the Counselor's Office. This space is the future site for a new CTE/CNA classroom. PHS offers several CTE (Career and Technical Education) classes where students can learn valuable skills for the work place.
The High School will also be going under several other renovations. Several classrooms and corridors will be renovated to improve lighting, electrical, technology, and the overall function of the instructional setting. Assistant Principal, Eileen Grose, along with three outstanding students were given to honor to "break wall" in the new CTE/CNA lab.