District Highlights

  • Pleasant Grove Hawk Nation

    Have a great summer, Hawk Nation!
    The first day of school for the 2024-25 school year is August 12, 2024.  

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  • PGISD Observes Summer Hours
    June 3–July 26
    Monday–Thursday: 7:00 AM-5:00 PM.
    All offices are closed on Friday. 

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  • New Campus Principal Announced for Pleasant Grove High School
    Natalie Reeves has been selected as the new campus principal for PGHS. Reeves has served the Pleasant Grove Independent School District for twelve years as principal, assistant principal, interventionist, and classroom teacher. 

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  • New Campus Principal Announced for Margaret Fischer Davis Elementary
    Brittany Beaird has been selected as the new campus principal for MFDES. Brittany Beaird has served in Pleasant Grove Independent School District for the last four years of her 16 years in education, most recently serving as the assistant principal of Margaret Fischer Davis Elementary. 

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  • Congratulations! PGHS Tennis Mixed Doubles team Lynleigh Henderson and Andy Tye finished 3rd place at State! 

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  • Congratulations! Theatrical Design students competed in the state contest. Erica Zofcin is State Champion in individual set design. The design team, Kaylee Hunt, Ruby Rehkopf, Kaylynn Sharp, and Erica Zofcin, are the Bronze Medalists for group design.
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  • Congratulations to senior Lauren Hornsby on being nominated for a Leadership Texarkana Wilbur Award for her leadership and positive influence! 

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  • 2024-2025 Academic Calendar

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  • HS Art Student Receives Award! 
    A high school art student's work was chosen to be part of the State Governors Exhibition at the Texas State Capitol. She received her award in Austin. We are so incredibly proud of her and her work.

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  • HS PLC

    Pleasant Grove ISD is proud to announce that Pleasant Grove High School has been recognized as a Model PLC Campus, one of only eight in the entire state of Texas!  This honor celebrates our dedication to student achievement and collaborative learning. Together, we soar higher!

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  • Signing Day

    Congratulations to our five additional student athletes that have signed to play at the collegiate level!

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  • High School senior named National Rising Star by the National Art Education Association!
    We're thrilled to announce that Ruby, a senior at Pleasant Grove High School, has been named a National Rising Star by the National Art Education Association!  This prestigious award recognizes Ruby's exceptional talent and dedication to the arts. Out of students from all across the country, she stood out with her remarkable art portfolio, academic excellence, essay, and glowing recommendation letters. Ruby's creativity and innovation shine brightly through her artwork, and we couldn't be prouder!

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  • Congrats to our PGMS One Act Play DISTRICT 15-4A CHAMPIONS!
    In addition to bring home the first place trophy the group also brought home the following awards:
    Best Actor
    Honorable Mention All Star Cast
    All Star Cast-Cloud Keyes
    Best Tech
    Outstanding Tech Award
    Way to go PGMS Ovation!!!!!


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  • PG Robotics take all spots in the final four face off at Robotics tournament!
    On Saturday, January 20th, Pleasant Grove robotics hosted the 3rd annual robotics tournament. There were a total of 44 teams that competed on campus. 7 teams from PG were entered, and all teams made it into the final 16 alliances. It was an all PG finals match again, and the program qualified one more team for State. The robotics program now has 5 teams qualified for the state tournament in February. Way to go! (Photos by Chloe Sanders, PGHS Student)

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  • The 2023 Hawk yearbook was named a National Scholastic Press Association Pacemaker Finalist!!
    The book is one of the 57 middle school and high school 2023 yearbooks that will be honored at the 2024 Spring National HS Journalism Convention in Kansas City in April. This is the fifth straight year the yearbook has been a Pacemaker Finalist.

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    Congratulations to Pleasant Grove Intermediate School students for their achievements in the Design Downtown Regional Art Contest sponsored by the City of Texarkana Texas! These students placed 1st 3rd in the 1st-5th age division for their renderings of the Arts and Historic District of Texarkana. Great job!

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  • A big congratulations to coach Eric Pickett for being named Texas Tennis Coaches Association Class 4A Region 2 Tennis Coach of the Year!

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  • Aaron Evers becomes FIRST PG Jazz student to be named to ATSSB Texas All State Jazz Band! 
    Aaron placed 2nd out of over 60 other musicians and will participate in the TMEA Convention next February in San Antonio.

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  • The Texas High School Coaches Association is proud to partner with the College Football Playoff Foundation in their Extra Yard for Teachers Recognition Program.
    PGISD is proud to honor KYLE KROBOT from Pleasant Grove High School in recognition of his commitment and service to our students and our athletic community. Pleasant Grove ISD, along with the THSCA and the College Football Playoff Foundation, believe that our Texas educators are our most valuable asset. We thank all of you for your dedication and the positive impact you make every day! Congratulations Mr. Krobot!
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  • Graphic Design students wins t-shirt design contest.

    Graphic Design Student Wins First Place in a T-Shirt Design Contest!
    Congrats to our talented Graphic Design student, Morgan Yost! Morgan's creativity and design skills earned her 1st place in the goTXK 150 Year Celebration T-shirt Design Contest. We're so proud of our students' amazing skills and their contributions to our community.

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  • Twelve of our Hawk HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) members attended the Area 3 Leadership Conference in Palesti

    Twelve of our Hawk HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) members attended the Area 3 Leadership Conference
    Twelve of our Hawk HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) members attended the Area 3 Leadership Conference in Palestine, TX. This was a gathering of HOSA Chapters from all over Northeast Texas. This was the first leadership conference for these students, but they showed so much enthusiasm, school spirit and engagement throughout the day that they won the Spirit Award for Pleasant Grove High School.

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  • Hawk Tennis

    Tennis Hawks take down Atlanta 10-0!
    “This was a very strong performance for us today against the rabbits! Every team we play is going to have a real battle on their hands against our hawks! This team is on a mission and I love seeing their confidence grow every match! ”
    -Coach Pickett

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