Pinellas County School news

Homework Helpline available to Pinellas students

The Homework Helpline is a free service for all PCS students. The service is available 5 to 8 p.m., Monday-Friday. Students can get help with math, science, social studies and language arts. Students who need practice reading can also call the helpline and spend 10 minutes reading to an adult. Families can reach the Homework Helpline at 727-547-7223.

New online volunteer process makes registration easier
Pinellas County Schools’ Office of Strategic Partnerships has launched an online process for new volunteer registration. The new process replaces a paper registration system and allows those looking to volunteer to register online from their homes and streamline the registration process. Volunteers can register here: www.pcsb.org/volunteerregistration

PCS is hiring bus drivers

Pinellas County Schools is seeking to hire bus drivers for the 2019-20 school year. Full and part time positions are available. To learn more about the application process, qualifications and benefits visit www.pcsb.org/busdrivers or call 727-547-7294.

Pinellas County Schools is now hiring nurses

Pinellas County Schools is looking for applicants to help keep our students healthy and ready to learn!

Applications are now being accepted for Licensed Practical Nurses. Licensed Practical Nurses perform nursing duties in school clinics and promote health and wellness in collaboration with the registered nurse.

Qualifications:

  • Graduation from high school or possession of a GED
  • Current, unencumbered licensure as a Practical Nurse by the Florida Board of Nursing
  • Current certification in CPR
  • Must pass a Level II background check

Applicants who are interested in becoming a school nurse, can apply here. If you have questions related to the position, please call School Health Services at (727) 588-6320.

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