We Are What We Repeatedly Do. Excellence, Therefore, Is A Habit, Not An Act.
COVID - 19 IMPORTANT UPDATES AND RESOURCES
- COVID - 19 Reporting Form
- COVID - 19 Quick Reference Guide
- Pre K Coronavirus Fact Sheet
- K-12 Coronavirus Fact Sheet
- Coronavirus Fact Sheet
- Coronavirus Returning Traveler Information
- COVID - 19 Share Facts
- COVID - 19 Public Health Terminology
- COVID - 19 Vaccine
- COVID - 19 What's New
COVID - 19 INFORMATION/RECOMMENDATIONS -
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FROM PASCS
- And Justice For All Document
- Blended Learning Schedule
- Open Enrollment Policy
- Continuity of Education Plan
- Continuity of Education Plan Letter to Parents
- Continuity of Education Plan Letter from Counselors
- Charter Schools in Pennsylvania Matter
Families United for Charter Schools
Fish Fry Fundraiser
5th Grade Graduation
Early Dismissal / Last Day of School
Celebrate Empowering Women
"Rosalind Brewer is the only African American woman currently serving as the CEO of a Fortune 500 Company. She is currently the CEO of Walgreens.
"You can and should set your own limits and clearly articulate them. This takes courage, but it is also liberating and empowering, and often earns you new respect." - Rosalind Brewer
To learn more about this icon of Business, CLICK HERE
Interested in learning about previous women who PASCS celebrated? If so, CLICK HERE
June 5, 2021
5th Grade Graduation
June 8, 2021
Last Day of School
June 10, 2021
PASCS Virtual School Board CLICK HERE
We Are PASCS
Premier Arts and Science Third, Fourth, and Fifth Graders will be completing PSSA Testing throughout the month of May.
Mrs. Stone's and Mr. Marerro's Fourth Graders are reading the book "Wonder" by R.J. Palacio. The book's theme is about treating everyone equal, and how a boy navigates middle school with a rare condition.
During the week of the 10th of May, Mrs. Stone's students will be looking at Point of View, Prefixes, Suffixes, Root Words, and Symbolism.
Mrs. Stone's Fourth Graders are also discovering How Americans Live as well as looking at the symbols related to their country.
Science Mrs. Stone's Fourth Graders are being introduced to weather concepts.
Ms. Parida's Second Graders are learning about different cultures in Social Studies. Ms. Parida's students tried a few different foods like roti from India and mangoes. In Math, Ms. Parida's students are learning about bar graphs.
Who says moon phases can't be delicious? Miss Suter's First Grade students fed their brains and tummies by learning about the phases of the moon. (Click Here)