September 14, 2014

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PCHS students enjoy hot chocolate on freezing morning Print E-mail

The Pendleton County School District recently called an hour delay due to freezing morning temperatures and communicated to the community that the school doors would be opening at the regular time to accommodate families who needed to drop off their children then. The administration at Pendleton County High School, through the leadership of Amy Harris, assistant principal, thought it would be a nice gesture to serve hot chocolate to the students coming in early as well as those arriving at the scheduled hour delay time. Pictured above: Teachers, Mr. Hoess and Ms. Staten, giving hot chocolate to PCHS students Colton Pugh, Luke Banfield and Jessalyn Fulton.