PREMIER ARTS AND SCIENCE CHARTER SCHOOL IS NOW ENROLLING FOR THE 2020- 2021 SCHOOL YEAR.

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PASCS will hold our next Board Meeting on Wednesday, July 16, 2020 at 6:00pm.

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For PASCS School Board Minutes Click Here
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Dear Parents and Guardians, as we prepare for our 2020 - 2021 school year, our administration team has created a COVID - 19 Return to School Survey for you to complete, so that we can develop a plan for your child's success as we adjust to the new normal. Please click the link below.

Return to school 2020 - 2021

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Summer Enrichment Packets and Chromebook information

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Employment Applications for the 2020 - 2021 School Year are now available (CLICK HERE)

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END OF THE YEAR ANNOUNCEMENTS CLICK HERE

Wednesday, May 20, 2020, is the next Title I Meeting and we are asking for parent and guardian participation.

For more information click here.

In the 2020-2021 school year, PASCS will serve 220 children in grades K through 5th, with no more than 20 students in each class.

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SCHOOL PARTNER SITE SHORTCUTS

CAIU students and families: Please visit CAIU's website for the most up-to-date information regarding CAIU classroom communication.
VISIT CAIU HERE 

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"Magic lies in challenging what seems impossible" Carol Moseley Braun

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Continuity of Education Plan

As we continue to strive for excellence as a school and community, members of our School Administration team have developed a Continuity of Education Plan that will help students complete their 2019-2020 school year.

Continuity of Education Plan Letter to Parents

MEAL/GRAB-AND-GO INFORMATION & RESOURCES

MEAL BOX: PASCS will continue to provide Grab-and-Go meals for families throughout the neighborhood on Wed., April 1 from 9-11 am at Premier Arts and Science Charter School. We will use a drive-thru and walk-up method.  Thank you!

 

(FREE GRAB & GO MEAL SERVICE)

 

Who: Any child, 18 or under, who lives within the HBGSD area.

What: Free breakfast and lunch - both meals will be given at the same time.

Where: Premier Arts and Science Charter School.

When: Beginning every Wednesday and Friday, starting Wednesday, March 25th from 9 AM - 11 AM.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION & UPDATES REGARDING CORONAVIRUS

ENRICHMENT & CONTINUED LEARNING RESOURCES

K - 2nd

3rd - 5th

COVID-19 Parent and Student Information from School Counselors 

Coronavirus Parent Letter from PASCS CAO

Special Education Letter from PASCS CAO, Principal, & Special Education Lead Coordinator

We Are PASCS

Welcome

Premier Arts and Science Charter School (PASCS) is a public school chartered by the Harrisburg School Board of Directors.  The charter was granted approval by the Harrisburg Board of School Directors on August 31, 2012.

PASCS was founded and established as a result of strong community support. Teachers, parents, students, neighbors, community leaders, and others shared partnership letters, completed surveys and expressed various sentiments of support. Our Vision: We will be recognized nationally for its rigorous curriculum, academic excellence, and extracurricular achievement. Strengthened by diversity, our district will foster partnerships of staff, families and the community to develop students’ educational, physical and social-emotional well-being.

Our Mission

The Mission of Premier Arts and Science Charter School is to provide access to a World-Class Education, for every student, without exception using a Back-to-Basics approach to learning, integrating Science, Technology, and the Arts.

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"I envision a future where self-disciplined and self-motivated scholars are reading Shakespeare
and reflecting on the lessons in his literature, solving mathematical equations, and communicating
in diverse languages-all before entering kindergarten."

-Darlene M. Smith, Chief Administrative Officer