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Beautiful pictures of former PS student, Katie, volunteering her time at a local animal rescue!
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Many thanks to Katie Davis for putting up with bossy me making her kneel in weeds, dodge bugs and sit in dirt so I could get some fun pictures!!!

Pauline South Intermediate School

Posted 7/7/20, 4:16 PM
Beautiful pictures of former PS student, Katie, volunteering her time at a local animal rescue! #PStrong Many thanks to Katie Davis for putting up with bossy me making her kneel in weeds, dodge bugs and sit in dirt so I could get some fun pictures!!!…

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Congratulations to 5th grader, Grady! What an accomplishment!
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A Topeka 10-year-old has his sights set high after sinking his first-ever hole-in-one.

Topeka 10-year-old sinks hole-in-one

Posted 7/7/20, 4:12 PM
Congratulations to 5th grader, Grady! What an accomplishment! #PStrong A Topeka 10-year-old has his sights set high after sinking his first-ever hole-in-one.…

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Pauline South & Central has a combined PTO. (Parent Teacher Organization).

2020-2021 OFFICERS:

PRESIDENT: Ashley Rogers
PRESIDENT-ELECT: Bailee Crawford
TREASURER: Deanna Hutsen
SECRETARY: Amanda Estes

Please like our PTO page and consider joining in the fall!

Posted 6/11/20, 10:41 PM


Pauline South & Central has a combined PTO. (Parent Teacher Organization).

2020-2021 OFFICERS:

PRESIDENT: Ashley Rogers
PRESIDENT-ELECT: Bailee Crawford
TREASURER: Deanna Hutsen
SECRETARY: Amanda Estes
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TSCPL @ Meal Distribution Sites Begins Thursday, June 4

The Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library will have summer reading activities and resources to hand out weekly on Thursdays in conjunction with the Auburn-Washburn grab-and-go meal distribution. The goal is to encourage students to keep reading and learning. Each student will receive a bag with activity sheets tied to the TSCPL summer reading program including how to sign up and record their reading, activities tied to our Virtual Summer Gallery Exhibit, Story Worlds, and a full list of the online events and activities to do at home.

Each week the bag will have different activities and the final week, each student will get to have a book to keep.

Library staff will be on hand if there are questions about our programs or resources.

The TSCPL materials will be available on Thursdays and the Auburn-Washburn grab and go meals will be available all weekdays at the following locations:

- Washburn Rural High School (5900 SW 61st St) – 10:30 am-Noon
- Auburn Elementary (810 N Commercial St, Auburn) – 10:30 am-Noon
- Pauline Central (6625 SW Westview Rd) – 10:30 am-Noon

Distribution will continue at all three sites through June 30 (food supplies and staffing permitting).

Beginning July 1, meal distribution will only take place at Pauline Central. Adjustments to the process may be implemented at that time.

The program at Pauline Central will continue through July 28 (food supplies and staffing permitting).

Meals for Friday, July 3 will be distributed on July 2. There will be no distribution on Friday, July 3 in observance of the July 4 Holiday.

Such a great opportunity!

Posted 6/4/20, 9:59 PM
#keepreading #PStrong TSCPL @ Meal Distribution Sites Begins Thursday, June 4 The Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library will have summer reading activities and resources to hand out weekly on Thursdays in conjunction with the Auburn-Washburn grab-and-go meal distribution. The goal is to encourage students to keep reading and learning. Each student will receive a bag with activity sheets tied to the TSCPL summer reading program including how to sign…

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I hope this note finds you enjoying the start of a new week. As I had mentioned in an earlier email, I usually don't send out emails during the summer to parents but i think with the uniqueness of the situation we are all in, that it would help in sharing information. I want to apologize that there may be a good amount of repeated information but it does seem that things are going to be changing and the plan is to have several contingency plans as we look towards starting the new school year.

As Dr. McWilliams stated in his message, we are now looking towards the Shawnee County Health Department to set the guidelines as Governor Kelly has said that the state would send out guidelines but the individual counties would be responsible to set their own restrictions based on which each county needed to be safe. With that in mind, please know that the plans that are already underway in looking at all of the different possibilities for opening school will have the safety of your children and our staff as the highest priority.

As we are just at the beginning of the summer break I would like to encourage all of the students to continue their learning in a variety of ways. I know that everyone is in need of a break from school, but that doesn't mean that their minds aren't reading to take in new information in many different ways. Encourage your children to make new discoveries out in nature, which can be as close as your own backyard. Maybe build an ant farm or start a vegetable or flower garden. This is a great time of the year to stargaze and if your children have an interest in astronomy, there are many books at the book mobile at the Boys and Girls Club parking lot on Friday afternoons from 2:00-7:00. Of course, there is always the great escape of reading a good book. Even reading 20-30 minutes will benefit them so much and with the sun staying out so long during these months they will still have plenty of time to play, ride bicycles, and just hang out.

As proud as we all are of the learning that happens within the walls of Pauline South, there is a great amount that children learn outside of the walls of a school when they let their natural curiosity and interest be their lead. It is a great way for us as parents to bond with our children as well. Please stay safe, stay, healthy, and enjoy these summer days as a family. Please contact me by email if you have any questions or need any assistance at all.

Proud to be a Panther,
Chris Holman, Principal

Good morning Panther Parents and Guardians,

Posted 6/1/20, 5:08 PM
I hope this note finds you enjoying the start of a new week. As I had mentioned in an earlier email, I usually don't send out emails during the summer to parents but i think with the uniqueness of the situation we are all in, that it would help in sharing information. I want to apologize that there may be a good amount of repeated information but it does seem that things are going to be changing and the plan is to have several contingency plans as we…

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