PBSD works diligently to keep our schools safe. The District continuously strives to identify additional avenues by which to maintain this effort and improve. The Plum Borough School District recently completed key training from the United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA), a division of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. This training places our district as the very first bussing school district in the nation to complete all four of the TSA ’s security evaluations from Base Assessment for Security Enhancement (BASE) to Exercise Information System (EXIS) training.
Posted Sunday, December 9, 2018
A. E. Oblock Jr. High Yearbooks on SaleIf you haven't yet purchased a yearbook as part of your fall portrait package, or you would like another, it's not too late!To order a full-color yearbook, the cost is $9.50. Orders must be placed now and yearbooks will be delivered the last week of school. To order visit www.inter-state.com/yearbook and enter this code: 30897CThere will also be a video yearbook distributed through email to all students in addition to the paper copy.If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Durick - firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted Friday, December 7, 2018
With the faculty support of Dress Down Days, student participation in Candy Grams and the support from our school and community of REACH OUT, A. E. Oblock Junior High School’s total donation to Make-A-Wish is $1,180! Thanks to everyone for your continued support!
Read for specific information of the Friday 12/14 HP-PTA Winter Student Celebration
Posted Monday, December 3, 2018
The Plum Borough School District’s primary goal is to exceptionally prepare our students for success. It is a priority to communicate with our parents, students and members of the community to keep all stakeholders informed about events that may cause a disruption that would impact that goal. Click here for the most recent update.
Posted Tuesday, November 27, 2018
The Plum Borough School District’s primary goal is to exceptionally prepare our students for success. It is a priority to communicate with our parents, students and members of the community to keep all stakeholders informed about events that may cause a disruption that would impact that goal. Unfortunately, the District has been made aware that a teachers’ strike by the Plum Borough Education Association (PBEA) could potentially occur at some point this school year.
Posted Tuesday, November 20, 2018