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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FROM PASCS

Charter Schools in Pennsylvania Matter
 Families United for Charter Schools
 143k Rising 

 

Calendar of Events

1.5.22 -- Staff Meeting @ 3:50 pm 

 

1.5.22 -- Emergency Board Meeting @ 6:00 pm (Click Here To Access Link)

 

1.6.22 -- Teacher Meeting @3:50 pm

 

1.13.22--PASCS Regular School Board Meeting @ 6:00 pm
(Click Here To Access Link)

1.14.22 -- Professional Development (No School)

 

1.17.22 -- MLK Day(No School)

 

 

1.21.21 -- End of 2nd Marking Period

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Celebrate Empowering Women

9.24.21

"Zaila Avant-garde, a 14-year-old from New Orleans, won the 2021 Scripps National Spelling Bee by correctly spelling the word "murraya".  Zaila becomes the first African American national champion in the spelling bee's history" Congratulations Zaila!!!

To learn more about this amazing spelling bee champion, CLICK HERE

 

Interested in learning about previous women who PASCS celebrated? If so, CLICK HERE

What's Happening at PASCS

Miss Parsons' Fifth Graders found a creative way to incorporate accountability and responsibilities in their classroom by running classroom President and Vice President. We would like to congratulate Class President-Elect De' Ata Egresitz and Vice President-Elect Tysaiah for gaining the trust of their classmates by receiving the most votes (click here to see our two Premierians)

We Are PASCS

At PASCS, self-esteem and self-awareness are major parts of our school culture. By implementing our 5 Power Principles daily, our students are prepared to achieve anything that they put their minds to. Thank you Leila Smith-Motes for reciting such a beautiful poem!
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