KINGWOOD — Preston County Schools announced the times for 1:1 laptop collection and for picking up report cards and summer learning packets.
Parents and students are asked to stay in their cars and loop around parking areas at the school. Please be patient and stay in single-file lines.
If returning a laptop, bring the case and power brick as well. Laptops will be updated, diagnosed for any issues and prepped for next school year.
Textbooks, library books or any other materials can also be dropped off at the posted times. If you have not picked up personal belongings, this would be done at this time also.
The times at each school are:
-3:30–6:30 p.m. Tuesday — Kingwood area schools. To return laptops, Preston High School (PHS) and Central Preston Middle School (CPMS) students should report to the dumpster area behind PHS. Report cards and summer learning packets for PHS students will be distributed track side near the fine arts wing.
Report cards and summer learning packets for CPMS students will be distributed in the bus loop at Central Preston.
Report cards and summer learning packets for Kingwood Elementary will be distributed at the Kingwood Elementary parking lot.
PHS band students may drop off or pick up instruments at this time. Reimbursement checks will be issued at this time. Report to the track side near the fine arts wing. If you can’t come at this time, email Debbie Westbrook at firstname.lastname@example.org.
-10:15 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Wednesday — Aurora School, Bruceton School, Fellowsville Elementary and Rowlesburg School– Rowlesburg Park, South Preston School, Terra Alta/East Preston and West Preston School.
PHS, CPMS and Kingwood Elementary follow same procedure as Tuesday evening.
Preston High students may also return laptops, receive report cards and summer learning packets at community schools starting Wednesday morning.
-4-6 p.m. Wednesday — Fellowsville Elementary, South Preston School and West Preston School.
-4–6 p.m. Thursday — Aurora School (4-5:30 p.m.), Bruceton School, Rowlesburg School and TAEP School.
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