While Cleburne County faculty and staff members are working diligently to get school “back to normal,” administration realizes that at certain times students may not be able to physically attend school based on area COVID data. For this reason, the Cleburne County School System would like to explain a three-phase plan for school during these unsettled times. Please understand that decisions determining what phase our schools are operating in will be based on state and local data. Our intent is to notify students/parents in a timely manner in order for families to make the necessary arrangements.
Based on current state and local data, the Cleburne County School System will start the school year on August 13 with the Phase Two Plan.
An explanation of the plans can be found on the Cleburne County Schools Website at www.cleburneschools.net/2020
Online Registration opens today for Cleburne County Schools!
Parents, you will receive an email from your students school with a "snapcode". This code will be used to identify your student in the system and complete the registration process. If you have not received your students snapcode, please contact the school your child will be entering.
If you pre-registered your student, please complete the online registration process at the link below. You should have received an email with your child's snapcode. If you did not receive a snap code for your child, please contact your child's school. If your kindergarten student has not been registered, please go to the school your child will attend to register in person.
NEW STUDENTS including PRE-K:
New students who are enrolling in a Cleburne County School for the first time and Pre-K students, please visit the school your child will attend to register in person.
Hello Parents and Community Members,
At such an uncertain time for us all, one thing is certain...the sense of unity we all have and the love of the Cleburne County community that we share.
Our school system needs your help to be sure that we receive the funding we need for operating expenses next school year. If you have not completed your Census questionnaire, we truly need you to do that! The census directly impacts funding for our schools.
Here is the link to use to fill out the census.
It takes less than 5 minutes to complete. We need everyone to be counted! Please help your school system so that we can better serve you!
Thank you all so much! We truly look forward to seeing you again soon!
There's an app for that!
Welcome to the 2019-2020 school year. I am Adam Dasinger, principal here since the summer of 1998. PGES is a wonderful school that has an inviting "family culture". We aim to educate our students in a positive environment. Our faculty is dedicated to the students in all aspects of their education. I invite you to read about their biographies and professional qualifications at our website. Our students are the reason why we are here and you will find that our teachers treat them "like their own".
Coming from a proud, hardworking tradition, PGES started in the 1920s when one room school house consolidation began. By the late 1920s, Pleasant Grove Junior High School was established and remained that way until the building burned in the early 1970s. After the fire, Pleasant Grove Elementary School has been established on the same campus and now incorporates grades pre-kindergarten through sixth grade. We are proud of our past and excited about what the future holds for us here at PGES as well as Cleburne County.
Welcome again to the start of a new year. If I can be of assistance, please call me at 256-253-2146
Go, Hollis !!!
Adam Dasinger, Principal