At the October meeting, the Board approved a plan to phase into full in-person learning from the alternating schedule scenario at the secondary level. Pending Platte County Health Department approval, the plan allows for in-person students in grades 6-8 to return to daily in-person instruction starting November 30.
On August 24, members of the Greater Kansas City Suburban Conference decided to continue with participation in the fall activities season. Click here for detailed information on PCR-3 spectator attendance and logistics.
As we prepare for a successful opening of the 2020-21 school year, PCR-3 is doing its best to address the needs of all of our families, while keeping our students and staff safe and healthy. Click here to read more.
Seventy-three PCHS seniors will represent our Pirates ROCK monthly character traits and act as role models for our younger Pirates this school year. These seniors will connect with PCR-3 elementary and middle school students and have pledged to promote good character and make healthy choices throughout the school year.