Nav Laser 2015

Navigator students who earned all 2s and 3s in Citizenship on their report card participated in a BAAM Jam on Thursday, February 5. For this BAAM Jam, students enjoyed a laser show along with some great music in the Jane Tasch Theater. Students had a great time not only singing along and enjoying the show, but also learning a bit about lasers in the process.

Polar Plunge 2015

To show their support for Special Olympics, the Pinckney Men’s Swim Team participated in the Polar Plunge held at Brighton High School. This event raises funds for local Special Olympics athletes. With over 100 people participating, the event raised more than $28,000. The swim team had to jump into the icy water to receive the money from their sponsors. Many members of the team enjoyed their dive and readily entered the water a second time. The entire event showed the love and support our community has for their own.

Nav Kindness

Liza Kapeller, Kayla Barkoff, and Emma Gendernalik, 4th grade students at Navigator Upper Elementary School, had the idea to create a school-wide program to promote kindness among students. They came up with the name "Kindness Kounts!" and created forms that students and staff can fill out about ways they show kindness to others or times they saw someone show kindness to someone else. Each week, these acts of kindness are read aloud over the morning announcements. Participation has been increasing over the school year and it has been wonderful to hear all the different ways that people show kindness to others at Navigator!

Positively Promo Pic

Check out our new brochure, prepared by members of the Positively Pinckney team. It's a great resource for learning more about Pinckney Community Schools and the services and programs we offer. It's great for sharing with others who may be looking into the Pinckney area.

Click here to learn about the PCS Ambassadors program.

Golin Photo 1

Mrs. Golin's third grade class at Farley Elementary in Pinckney was thinking of our troops when they adopted a special forces platoon over the holidays.  The class collected donated items and made cards for these men and women.  Mrs. Lytle and Mrs. Kruk's classes also made cards and posters for the troops to add to the boxes of goodies collected.  They were able to fill 7 boxes of much needed cheer for a platoon that was in need.


Friday, January 9th, 2015 Pinckney BPA competed at the regional competition. The following students have qualified for the BPA State Competition based on their regional results.

Emily Wittrup
1st Place - Digital Media Production
4th Place - Graphic Design Production

Taylor Meck
2nd Place - Digital Media Production

Jacob Rickerd
1st Place - Computer Network Technology
1st Place - Systems Administration Using Cisco
1st Place - Computer Programming - Open Event

Adam Flickema
1st Place - Information Technology Concepts - Open
2nd Place - Computer Network Technology
3rd Place - Systems Administration Using Cisco

Austin Eckman
3rd Place - Computer Network Technology
3rd Place - Information Technology Concepts
5th Place - Computer Security

Torin Meinicke
1st Place - Computer Security
2nd Place - Systems Administration Using Cisco
3rd Place - Information Technology Concepts - Open Event
6th Place - Computer Programming

Sami Sinclair
3rd Place - Business Meeting Management

Wyatt Shoner
5th Place - Information Technology Concepts - OPEN
8th Place - Economic Reserach Individual

While the following students did not qualify for the state competition, their hard work paid off in giving them a top 10 finish.

Paige Sabuda
3rd Place - Small Business Management Team
8th Place - Presentation Management Individual

Holly Morgan
3rd Place - Small Business Management Team

Maddie Welch
3rd Place - Small Business Management Team

Ps Christmas

During the month of December the Porthole over at Pathfinder School collected gifts for a family in the local area for their holiday service project, the 'Giving Tree'. The students in the class displayed a tree within their store for the month and on the tree were labels with various gifts and necessities, allowing for all to come in and pick and choose what they wanted to contribute towards the family. Both students, parents and staff supported the Porthole's class mission, collecting an overwhelming amount for the family. The students even wrapped the gifts to help ensure that the family would have a wonderful Christmas.