Two-Hour Delay on Tuesday, January 16, 2024

Due to the current road conditions, all Priority Charter School campuses will have a 2-hour delayed start Tuesday morning (January 16, 2024).  All bus routes, breakfast serving times, and classes will run two hours later than the normal schedule. Students may arrive at the campus as early as 9:30am.  School will end at the regularly…

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School Board Recognition Month is January, 2024

January is School Board Recognition Month and we are very grateful for the leadership and guidance our board members provide Priority Charter Schools! The 2024 PCS Board Members include: Norman Mitchel-Board President, Darrell Haden-Board Vice President, Donna Haden-Board Secretary, Devera Shipp-Board Member and Jeff Buuk- Board Member.

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PCS – Killeen Ribbon Cutting Ceremony a Success!

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PCS – Killeen wants to thank all those who were able to make it out to the ribbon-cutting event on Tuesday, Nov. 7. We were honored to share this momentous occasion with Killeen parents, staff, business leaders, and community leaders. Priority Charter Schools – Killeen looks forward to serving the surrounding community with free, quality…

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Notice of Public Hearing

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PRIORITY CHARTER SCHOOLS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2023 12:00 P.M. PRIORITY CHARTER SCHOOLS ADMINISTRATION BOARD ROOM 275 FM 2483 BELTON, TX 76513 Priority Charter Schools will hold a public hearing on Thursday, November 9, 2023, at 12:00 P.M. at the Priority Charter Schools Administration Board Room located 275 FM 2483, Belton, TX…

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We are Grateful for Our Principals!

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Texas Governor Greg Abbott has proclaimed October 2023 as “Principal Appreciation Month” in Texas. In honor of “Principal Appreciation Month”, the Priority Charter Schools Board of Directors and Superintendent would like to recognize our campus principals for their outstanding work with the students, parents, staff, and community. Pictured from left to right: Mrs. Veronica Maxey…

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GT Referral Window is Now Open

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2023-2024 Gifted and Talented Program The Referral window is now open for our Gifted and Talented Program. If you would like to nominate your child for this program, please follow the link below. Parent Referral Form The referral window will close on Fri., October 31, 2023 @4:00 pm.  If your student is already identified as…

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PCS – Killeen Campus Opening for the 23-24 School Year!

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Priority Charter Schools (PCS) is proud to announce the opening of the Priority Charter Schools – Killeen campus.  The campus is located at 405 South 2nd Street in Killeen and will open in the Fall 2023 Semester.   In the first year, PCS-Killeen will serve students in Kindergarten through 4th grade and add a grade level each…

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Order School Uniforms at Ibiley

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Dear PCS parents,  This year, we are using Ibiley Uniforms and More for our school uniforms. To purchase uniforms for your child, please use one of the following links below: For Cove Campus: https://www.ibiley.com/dresscode.aspx?ar=ARE8PRIORC&dp=K-12 For Killeen Campus: https://www.ibiley.com/dresscode.aspx?ar=ARE8PRIORK&dp=K-12 For Temple Campus: https://www.ibiley.com/dresscode.aspx?ar=ARE8TEMPLE&dp=K-12&div=K%20-%2012&name=PRIORITY%20CHARTER%20TEMPLE%20CAMPUS Dress and Grooming  The school’s dress and grooming standards are designed to teach grooming and hygiene,…

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Bad Weather Make-Up Days

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Due to inclement weather January 31- February 2, 2023, three full-school days were used by Priority Charter Schools (PCS) to keep students safe using an abundance of caution.  As a result, to meet the 75,600 minutes school year TEA requirement, PCS is required to make up 330 minutes of school.  The 2022-2023 School Calendar had…

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