Poquoson teachers receive grants

Congratulations to PHS Teacher Mrs. Lisa Hall, recipient of the Holcomb Law Firm’s”Teacher
Professional Development” grant of $1,000! Thank you, Holcomb Law Firm, for funding this grant!

l to r: PEF President Judy McCormick, Wayne and Colleen Holcomb, Lisa Hall, PHS Principal Michelle Cihak, and Superintendent Dr. Jennifer Parish.




More congratulations are in order! PHS teacher David Blackstock and PPS teacher Kim Pohto
recently received a music grant for equipment from the Makenzie Clarke Memorial Fund. A big
THANK YOU to the Steven and Jennifer Clarke Family for their support of the music programs in
Poquoson City Public Schools!

PEF President, Judy McCormick, Kim Pohto, PPS Asst. Principal, Kimberly Gryszko

PEF President, Judy McCormick, Dave Blackstock, PHS Principal, Dr. Michelle Cihak




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PCPS retirees honored by PEF

PEF directors recently visited each school and the central office to show our appreciation to retiring employees. Retirees were given a Surf Rider gift

card and a bouquet of roses. Thanks to all for a job well done.

L: PPS bus aide, Robin Owen, with Directors Mary Stallins, Judy McCormick and Ginny Napier. Center: PES music teacher, Susan Northcutt, with Directors Ginny Napier and Mary Stallins. R: PES paraprofessional, Judy Lemmons, with Director Judy Sullivan.

L: PMS math teacher, Marcia Bearekman, with PEF Director, Allison Sutton and PMS Principal, Melissa Bunting. R: Director of Student Services, Doris Feltman, with Directors Mary Stallins, Judy McCormick, Ginny Napier and Judy Sullivan.

L: PHS teacher, Denise Junghans, with PEF President, Judy McCormick, Directors Ginny Napier and Mary Stallins, and PHS Principal, Michelle Cihak, and Asst. Principal, Patricia Owens. R: PHS teacher, Alice Johnson, with Judy McCormick, Principal, Michelle Cihak, and Asst. Principal, Patricia Owens.

PMS Custodian, Linda Jamison, with Directors Mary Stallins and Ginny Napier.











PEF funds technology purchases for

Poquoson City Public Schools



PEF exists to support our students and teachers. Thanks to the many people who take part in our fund raising efforts, we were recently able to assist in a big way.  A donation of $44,000 to  PCPS will be used to provide all four schools with updated  technology equipment and software.  The presentation was made at a recent school board meeting by PEF president, Judy McCormick and the PEF Board of Directors.









A new way to support PEF

You can now use your Kroger card to have a percentage of your purchases  go to PEF!

All you need is a Kroger card and our Kroger Plus number. Follow the link below.  When asked for our number, enter 80113. If you don’t have a Kroger card, you can apply for one here as well.

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Vegas night a huge success

Thanks to all who made it possible.

Visit us on Facebook to see gala photos.










PEF awards 34 spring grants totaling $10,000

See all pictures here.

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