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Panther Families:

I am Sanjay Brown the proud principal of Pershing School. I am thrilled to lead this amazing school and work with all of our families, scholars, and community partners as we lead students to success. Each week, I send out a message and link to our weekly newsletter every Sunday between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. with some exceptions made for holidays or long breaks. School messenger is used as the primary source of communication between our school and families, you will also receive messages/emails through your child’s teacher(s). If you are not receiving the messages, please call the school during office hours to verify your contact information on file.

As we continue our year of excellence, I ask all families to join together with Pershing School to make this year the best for all students and staff.

Parents, there are a couple of things I would like you to be aware of with regards to cell phones/headphones and hoodies on campus. Cellphones and headphones are permitted on campus, however, they should be turned off and put away at all times throughout the school day. We want to keep the focus on academic success, therefore, students using their phone/headphone even the first time will have the phone or headphone confiscated and a parent or guardian will need to retrieve the item. I ask all parents to plan accordingly and route messages through the main office. Additionally, hoodies can be worn but the hood of the hoodie jacket should not cover a students’ head. We now operate within a national school culture where we must be able to identify students from outsiders in a moments notice, hoods will obscure a students face and our ability to identify a student will be limited.

I appreciate your attention to these two important issues and ask that you speak with your students regularly on these matters. For more information, please view these policies in the OCPS Code of Conduct found under the students tab above.

Our 2022-2023 rallying cry is “Panther Pride!”

I am certainly proud to serve you, your students, and this community. We are one Panther Family working to provide your students with an educational experience they will remember for years to come.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the school office at 407-858-3160. 

Sanjay Brown

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