Best of luck to our PCS wrestlers at state this weekend!
over 4 years ago, Pikeland Schools
Wrestling
Wrestlers
Wrestlers
Good luck to our PCS wrestlers tomorrow at sectionals! #GoBraves
over 4 years ago, Pikeland Schools
Wrestling
Have you seen The Page? It's the digital journalism publication from PCS! https://sites.google.com/view/thepage2019-2020/home
over 4 years ago, Pikeland Schools
PSA: We are down to the LAST 25 YEARBOOKS. WE DO NOT ORDER EXTRA COPIES!!!! You can order online at jostensyearbooks.com or through Mrs. Shade in room 43. They are $40.00. Please follow Saukee Yearbook on Facebook and Instagram for updates.
over 4 years ago, Laura Shade
PHS FFA Students attended Pike County Rotary Day.
over 4 years ago, Angie Ruebush
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South Elementary Students enjoyed singing Valentines today from the PHS Swing Choir.
over 4 years ago, Angie Ruebush
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Congratulations to the newly selected Mr. Saukee — Matt Sealock!!
over 4 years ago, Angie Greger
Matt Sealock
On Wednesday, February 19, 2020, Pittsfield High School along with Fellowship of Christian Athletes will hold a community gathering to commemorate PHS senior Cody Walston who passed away this week. It will be a time for the PHS student body along with the community to come together to comfort the Walston family and remember Cody. The gathering will take place in the Pittsfield High School gym at 7:00 p.m. Doors will open at 6:45 p.m
over 4 years ago, Angie Greger
PHS student-body out in full force to support our senior Saukees. Students are wearing camouflage in support of senior Cody Walston who passed away yesterday.
over 4 years ago, Angie Greger
Student section in Camo
The Pittsfield High School community mournfully acknowledges the passing of one of our students. PHS senior Cody Walston unexpectedly passed away today. It is a terribly sad day for Pittsfield High School and our school family is devastated at the loss of such a fine young man. The thoughts and prayers of the entire Pittsfield High School community go out the Walston family. Cody was an exceptional young man with a tremendous smile and wonderful personality. Cody was a friend to all and a true Saukee through and through. There was no one who worked harder in the classroom or the football field. Cody will be greatly missed by the entire Pittsfield High School family, especially his friends and teammates. As our school community mourns the passing of this amazing young man, we ask the community to please keep the Walston family and our students and staff in their thoughts and prayers in the coming days. Additional counselors will available in our schools this week to meet with students and staff.
over 4 years ago, Angie Greger
Pittsfield Saukees will be in the 2A boys regional at Pleasant Plains starting on Monday, February 24th.
over 4 years ago, Athletic Director
2A Plains Regional Bracket
Great job CEO!
over 4 years ago, Angie Greger
Drew and Cody
Diners at the CEO dinner
Noah thanking everyone for coming out.
A great turnout for the Pike County CEO’s Enchanted Evening fundraiser.
over 4 years ago, Angie Greger
Good luck to the Saukettes at state competition today!
over 4 years ago, Angie Ruebush
Saukeets
3:30 left in the first half, Western & Pittsfield are tied at 15.
over 4 years ago, Athletic Director
Saukee BASKETBALL
After the first half Lady Saukees lead 27-22!! Go Lady Saukees!!
over 4 years ago, Angie Ruebush
Singing Valentines will take place on Tuesday due to the weather cancellation today and President's Day on Monday. On behalf of Swing Choir, thank you for your patience and understanding.
over 4 years ago, Angie Ruebush
Pikeland Schools will he closed today, Friday February 14. Messaging system calls will go out soon. We are closed Monday as well for Presidents’ Day.
over 4 years ago, Pikeland Schools
The Pittsfield Lady Saukees will play Carlinville tomorrow night at 7:00 PM in the girls 2A basketball regional championship in Carlinville. 3 pt shootout will begin at 5:30. Good luck ladies!!!!!!
over 4 years ago, Athletic Director
Lady Saukees advance to the REGIONAL FINALS! Way to go Lady Saukees!!!
over 4 years ago, Angie Greger