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Calendar Events

 

PSSA PREP

3rd, 4th, and 5th Grades PSSA

April 26th - May 7th (ELA)

MAY 10TH - MAY 17TH (MATH)

4TH Grade PSSA

May 18th - May 26th (Science)

Please note: 11:40 A.M.

3-Hour Delay for Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd Grades Only.

April 26th - April 29th
May 3rd - May 4th
May 10th - May 13th

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Celebrate Empowering Women

4.12.21

"Success is not easy, and I think everyone should know that hard work and perseverance and being open to giving back are so much more powerful than stepping all over people to get to the top." - Misty Copeland

To learn more about this Ballet icon,CLICK HERE

4.5.21

Marie Curie was the first woman in history to win a Nobel Prize in Physics, and with her later win, in Chemistry, she became the first person ever to claim the Nobel honors twice!

"Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. NOW IS THE TIME to understand more, so that WE MAY FEAR LESS" - Marie Curie

To learn more about this icon of Science, CLICK HERE

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

What's Happening at PASCS

April 6, 2021:

Professional Development

April 8, 2021

PASCS Virtual School Board Meeting

We Are PASCS

In conjunction with the release of Dav Pilkey's new book, Dog Man: Mothering Heights on March 23, 2021, Miss A's First Graders participated in the "Create Comics with Cat Kid Comic Club, Dog Man, and your favorite Dav Pilkey characters!" On the first day, Miss A's First Graders participated in a live event with the author, Dav Pilkey. Throughout the week, students created an original superhero or villain. They brainstormed ideas for comic books and their chosen hero/villian. Students also learned about the history of heroes, creation of comics, and differences between fictional/nonfictional heroes. The week ended with students coming together to test their knights against the Mighty Dominion (Teacher) and her assistant. 

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Mr. Gentry's Health Class wrapped up the nutrition unit. Younger grades were able to identify foods and their food groups while older grades created their own food plates with balanced meals.

Mr. Gentry's Physical Education assignments included Jump Rope for the heart as February was Healthy Heart Month. Classes are also learning locomotor skills and some at-home challenges students can play at home. The next task will be incorporating different games that involve cooperation and teamwork.

April Breakfast and Lunch Menu

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