News and Upcoming Events

  • PDS Outdoor Classroom: Donations Needed

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    The Paul Duke STEM senior engineering students are building an outdoor classroom!  The space includes 10 wooden tables, 2 metal tables, a shade structure and speaker system.  Donations of any size are needed to purchase building materials.  You can also sponsor an entire table!  Table sponsors will have their names included on a commemorative plaque.  Please DONATE and help create an outdoor classroom and club meeting space that will be enjoyed for many, many years. 


    PLEASE Support our teachers through TEACHER Wishes

    Teacher wishes is our primary fundraiser.  You can help our staff facilitate learning and engage students learning remotely and in person through a donation towards the purchase of items on their wish list.  This year you can purchase a $10 classroom supplies grant for your teachers, or select from other items on the list such as books, classroom games and technology.  Find your teachers using the departmental links below. The principal’s list includes the outdoor classroom, academic awards and care team needs. 



    Social Studies

    Language Arts

    World Language

    Career and Tech Ed

    Fine Arts

    PE/ Intramurals/ Fitness

    Principal's Wish List

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  • First General Meeting of 2020-2021

    Our first General Meeting will be held in conjunction with the Curriculum Night scheduled for Thursday, September 3.  Additional details will be posted and included in the school newsletter. 

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    April 24, 2020


    The Paul Duke STEM PTSA Nominating Committee submits the following Executive Board candidates for the 2020-21 school year.


    Laurel Berenguer for Co-President (two years)

    Valerie Harris for Co-President (one year)

    Tina Budnitz for First Vice President

    Tisha Tomsik for Second Vice President

    Christine Pulliam for Secretary

    Brendan Sheppard for Treasurer


    Signed by Leonard Jack Jr. (Chairperson), Dee Childers, Jordan Mai, and Heather Niemann

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