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  1. Critzer seeks vendors for fall festRead the original story

    Oct 16, 2017 | Southwest Times

    "Trick-or-treat trunks will be available for every grade level," says Kathryn Jones, a fourth-grade teacher at Critzer and event coordinator for the fall festival. Jones points out that Critzer doesn't always hold a fall festival since they like to change it up every year.


  2. PMS acquires reconstituted accreditationRead the original story

    Oct 5, 2017 | Southwest Times

    In September, Pulaski County Public Schools was notified by the Virginia Department of Education that all but two schools had received full accreditation. Critzer received partially accredited status but Pulaski Middle's status was unknown.


  3. Two schools fall short on accreditationRead the original story

    Sep 15, 2017 | Southwest Times

    Two of Pulaski County's schools came close but didn't quite make the grade to receive full state accreditation according to a report from Virginia Department of Education . The report reveals that 86 percent of the state's schools are accredited.


  4. Free meals coming to RES, PMSRead the original story

    Jun 19, 2017 | Southwest Times

    Free breakfasts and lunches were added to Critzer and Pulaski elementary schools two years ago, and now students at two other county schools will get to take advantage of this program when school resumes in the fall. allows schools with 40 percent or more students identified as low-income to qualify for no-cost meals.


  5. Critzer gets needed upgradeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 6, 2017 | Southwest Times

    Critzer Elementary School students were allowed to draw on the carpet during the final day of school. So, they drew flags, eyes and other innocent images - and wrote messages like, "Good luck in the third grade."


  6. New principal named for CritzerRead the original story

    May 11, 2017 | Southwest Times

    With the pending retirement of Critzer Elementary School's current principal, Pulaski County Public Schools this week announced that Amy E. Williams will assume the position July 1. Williams, who has been assistant principal at Christiansburg High School for the past seven years, was once an instructional assistant at Critzer. "I am excited to return to Critzer Elementary.