Charter public schools provide quality public school options for all families. Charter schools exist and thrive because parents choose them. At PCCS we rely heavily and encourage participation from our parents as we recognize that they are our children’s first teachers and their support and involvement strengthens our school. From being engaged in the classroom, helping our award winning Farm To Table program to being morning greeters for our students; our parents play a vital role in our uniqueness and success. Thank you for choosing to be a part of our community and entrusting us with your child’s development.
Handbook, Medical Forms and Classroom Supply Lists
This page contains many school-related forms that pertain to student needs while at school. Please contact us if you need assistance finding any forms.
Welcome to a new school year at Prairie Crossing Charter School! Whether you are new to our school or a familiar face, we are pleased to be travelling along with you on your school journey. We are excited and looking forward to continuing truly meaningful partnerships with our families, staff and community, so that our students will thrive academically, socially and environmentally. This handbook is intended to provide answers to questions and guidelines that ensure a safe and enriching learning environment for every PCCS students. Please familiarize yourself with the information herein so that we can forge an effective partnership and provide you with the small school personalized care that you expect and deserve. Thank you!
Medical Forms 2019/2020
- Full Medical Packet for 2019-2020 School Year
- 2019 -2020 Student Medical and Health Checklist
- School Medication Authorization Form – for prescription and over the counter medicine
- Dental Form – Needed for Kdg. and 2nd grade
- Vision Form – Need for Kdg.
- Allergy and Anaphylaxis Emergency Plan
- Food Allergy Emergency Action Plan
- Physical Form – Needed for Kdg., 6th grade and competitive sports
- Sports Physical Form – competitive sports only
- Concussion Sign Off Sheet
- Asthma Action Plan
- Seizure Action Plan
- Sick Day Guidelines
2019-2020 School Calendar
2019-2020 School Supply Lists
School Spirit Wear and PE Uniform Orders
Spirit Wear is available for sale to all students and family members.
Students in grades 5-8 should consider wearing alternative clothing for PE. Students must wear appropriate gym shoes (preferably non-black soled shoes) and should consider wearing alternative clothing or PCCS-approved uniform if they so choose to purchase one.
To order PE Uniforms please:
-Log into your student’s PowerSchool Account and choose “Pay Fees”.
-PE Uniforms can be ordered by making your selection under the “Categories” Navigation bar on the left side of the Edutrack Home Menu.
-Once you have added the desired quantity and size for your PE Uniform purchase, you can finalize your transaction by paying online via credit card (a service fee will apply). If you would like to make payment via check or cash in the office, please complete your order in Edutrack and change the amount due to $0 to finalize your order. Print the order confirmation that is emailed to you and submit it with payment via check payable to PCCS PSO or cash to the Business Office. Your order will NOT be placed until payment is received.
Prairie Crossing Charter School shares school news as well as upcoming events taking place on and around campus in our monthly newsletter. Including PSO activities, Fundraising events, After School activities, Meet the Staff segments, Athletics information and Classroom highlights. Please take a moment and browse through the happenings here at PCCS.
November/December Newsletter 12/4/15
October Newsletter 10/30/15
September Newsletter 9/25/15
August Newsletter 8/28/15
May Newsletter 5/22/15
April Newsletter 4/17/15
March Newsletter 3/13/15
February Newsletter 2/20/15
January Newsletter 1/16/15
December Newsletter 12/12/14
November Newsletter 11/7/14
October School Newsletter 10/3/14
August/September Newsletter 8/29/14
Around Town serves as a bulletin board for our community, to share events and products that align with our mission and vision. Unless noted, PCCS has no affiliations, does not endorse and in no way can guarantee the accuracy or content of the information provided.
David Adler Music and Arts Center
Music, Art, Workshops, Camps, Concerts
Group meets first Sunday of each month 3:00−5:00 p.m. at the Libertyville Civic Center
Kids and Parents Pottery Classes
Neil Estrick Gallery
Find Help Lake County Guide A Lake County database of health and human services provided by agencies 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Inquiries for submissions in Around Town should be directed to Christine Hodapp.