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4 days ago, Missy Sellers
Substitute Self-Paced Course Flyer
Good Evening. Pekin School Registration is tomorrow, August 9, 2022 from Noon until 8:00 p.m. E-Registration through Power school will be open starting at noon. If you have any questions or concerns, please call your school secretary from 8:00 am to noon. For more information please see the Pekin School Facebook page.
6 days ago, Ann Swanson
Youth Football Fundamentals
9 days ago, Ann Swanson
Little Panther Football Fundamentals
To those athletes that still need to schedule a sports physical, JET PT will be at school on August 10th to provide physicals. Please call Matt at (651) 304-7364 to schedule an appointment. Reminder, physicals are valid for 1 calendar year. A grace period of 30 days is allowed for expired certifications of physical examination.
24 days ago, Ann Swanson
PLEASE NOTE - CHANGE IN DATE 2022-23School Registration will be held on Tuesday, August 9, 2022 from noon until 8:00 p.m. in the high school commons. We encourage all new families to come anytime between noon and 8 pm. Also, we will NOT have PowerSchool registration available for current families until August 9th, as we are working on a new registration system. If you have any questions, please call the business office at 319-695-3039 x261. Thank you for your understanding.
25 days ago, Ann Swanson
9-12 course signups are now available! Log into your powerschool account and select "Class Registration" on the left side. Go through each category and select the required and elective classes. Take note of the red exclamation mark on the right side to see what categories still are "Required". Once you have green check marks all the way down the right side you should see a submit button at the bottom! Class sign up will be open from now until Sunday July 24th at 11:59pm. Please be sure to have this process finalized by Sunday July 24th! If you have any issues or require additional assistance please contact Shawn Dorman 7-12 Principal at Go Panthers!!
about 1 month ago, Shawn Dorman
Select Class Registration from the left hand side
Ensure you are reading directions for each category. Take note of the red exclamation mark on the right side to know what "Requirements" are still needing filled
Once all requirements have been satisfied you will see green check marks down the entire right side including at the very bottom!
Attention to all parents of the youth girls that attended the Kindergarten through 6th grade girls basketball camp in early June. Coach Eidahl will be holding a special camp night Thursday, July 7th at 7 pm in the high school gym. The night will feature scrimmages, and passing out camp t-shirts and basketballs. We invite all parents to come out and enjoy your child showing off skills learned at camp.
about 1 month ago, Ann Swanson
Are you ready for an adventure? Join our Team!
about 2 months ago, Missy Sellers
School Bus Driver
JV Softball at L&M will begin at 6 pm today, 6-28-22, with V Softball to follow. JV Baseball will remain with a 5:30 start, followed by V Baseball. NOTE: All parking will be at the elementary school parking lot at L&M.
about 2 months ago, Ann Swanson
JH Boys baseball at WMU has been cancelled. Thanks for your understanding
about 2 months ago, Ann Swanson
Keokuk County Child Care Study Dear Parents and Staff, The limited availability of child care options throughout Keokuk County has been affecting the children, their families, and the employers for years. Without exception, child care providers and parents of young children tell us there are not enough available openings in locations throughout our county. Iowa Jefferson Keokuk Early Childhood Iowa, in partnership with the Sigourney Area Development Corporation and the City of Richland, has contracted with First Children’s Finance (FCF) to complete a child care study. The study will include research and analysis on: the needs of local families and children, the current supply of regulated child care, parents’ current and preferred child care, effects on employers caused by lack of child care, and child care providers’ challenges operating during COVID. The report will include the key findings of the research and analysis; the county’s child care gap; and a recommendation on the number and type of child care spots that would be reasonable to meet the needs. The research being conducted by FCF includes a survey of parents that live or work in Keokuk County to learn about their child care preferences, along with child care challenges they may be facing. The survey for child care providers and preschools can be accessed online through July 15, 2022 at: If you have questions or would like more information about this project, contact Tammy Wetjen-Kesterson with Iowa Jefferson Keokuk Early Childhood Iowa at or Gary Losbaker with the Sigourney Area Development Corporation at Thank you, Mr. Hatfield
2 months ago, Ann Swanson
The junior high baseball and softball games scheduled for tonight 6/6/22 at home with Lone Tree has been postponed. We will try to reschedule this game for a future date.
2 months ago, Ann Swanson
-UPDATE for baseball/softball games at Pekin tonight- JV/V Baseball vs EBF scheduled for tonight, 5/31/22, has been cancelled. JH & V SB vs Columbus is still on as scheduled; JH at 5:30 pm with Varsity to follow.
3 months ago, Aaron Deutsch
Tonight's - 5-26-2022- JV/Varsity Softball and Baseball games at Pekin vs. Wapello have been postponed.
3 months ago, Ann Swanson
JH Softball and Baseball at Wapello scheduled for tonight, 5-26-22, has been cancelled.
3 months ago, Ann Swanson
Dear Pekin Staff, Students, Parents and Community Members, Our hearts, thoughts and prayers go out to the students, teachers, and families of Uvalde, Texas. These incidents remind us how important our efforts are to invest in forming trusting relationships with and among students in our schools. The PCSD has important safety protocols in place. As superintendent, I hope to have School Resource Officer on campus for the 22-23 school year. Please know that the district has been working to improve all security-related matters. We all have a role in sustaining a safe learning environment. If you or your child see or hear something out of the ordinary or concerning, say something to someone involved. Report things to your teacher, principal, or local law enforcement officials. Of course, in an emergency, call 911. With a heavy heart - Mr. Hatfield
3 months ago, Kevin Hatfield
Notice: because of the weather forecast, tonight's home high school softball and baseball games will have the VARSITY teams playing AT 5:30, followed by the JV teams. (Posted 5-24-22)
3 months ago, Ann Swanson
Pekin PTO will hold a meeting on June 3rd @ 9:30 AM in the elementary cafeteria. We will be discussing projects for the 2022-2023 school year, electing new officers, and brainstorming new ideas for supporting all K-12 students and staff. Any and all are welcome to attend. So, if you have ever wanted to get more involved with PTO please plan to attend this meeting. All staff and community members are invited to attend. If you are unable to attend, but would love to volunteer your time and talents, please email Mrs. Ledger @
3 months ago, Kim Ledger
The annual Pekin Elementary Track Meet is Monday, May 23rd. K-2 grade students will run from 8:30-10:00, and 3rd-6th grade will run from 10:00-11:30. Please make sure kids are dressed properly for the weather, including sunscreen. They’ve been practicing hard, so come join the fun!
3 months ago, Kim Ledger
The fourth graders have been busy in Mrs. Scholtus’s Language Arts classroom the second semester of the school year working on a variety of projects involving reading, researching, note-taking, writing an essay and creating a project to share within the classroom and with various teachers. The students used the GPAEA student resource websites to research a topic of their choice. There were over 215 choices which the fourth graders could choose from. The students studied a variety of people, places, natural disasters, history of the United States, buildings and structures, galaxies and black holes, and medical issues such as cancer. The students were also given choices on creating their interest center projects. They could choose a poster, diorama, or model for the hands-on projects. Or they could use their laptops to create a slideshow or flipgrid video to use technology. The students did 4 projects this semester and used both types of projects. These projects also allowed students to receive more specialized instruction for their reading and writing at their independent learning level. The fourth graders would share these projects with their classmates so that other students could learn about a different topic also. Here are a few examples of some of the work the students did.
3 months ago, Kim Ledger