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Pulaski County Public Library Resources

The Pulaski County Public Library has many resources available for our students and families.  Check out the fliers for more information.

Library Databases

Children's Study Depot Guidelines

Library - SPEDA Wi-Fi Access

Schools Can Now Serve Meals to More Students

The Pulaski County School District has just been approved to serve meals to a wider group of children.  The USDA and Kentucky Department of Education now allow us to operate under the Summer Feeding Program guidelines.  If your child already receives meals each week, there's no need to sign up again.  If, however, your child meets the expanded eligibility guidelines, please complete the School Meal Request Form: www.pulaski.net/foodservice

Click the article title above to sign up.

WiFi Access

Do you need a Wi-Fi connection to access and return your iLearn lessons?  If so, stop by one of our school campuses to connect with the district network.  Pulaski County Schools has made our network available to students and staff without having to enter a building.  To see school maps that identify the hotspot areas as well as instructions on how to login to the network, click http://www.pulaski.net/docs/district/Notices/WiFi Hotspots.pdf

Online Registration

At Pulaski County Schools we believe engaging guardians, students, and staff forms the foundation for success in our school community.  In order to engage the school community we must maintain current contact information for students and their guardians.  The online registration system will help us do that.

Click on the article title above for additional information, instructions and links to complete Online Registration and HIF forms.

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Memorial Education Center provides early childhood experiences for all eligible children, birth through five, including those with special needs; focusing on their physical, intellectual, social, and emotional development thus ensuring their access to comprehensive developmentally appropriate programs and services.