School News and Events for March 2017
Our 5-day program has room for more...
Pacific Elementary School has openings for 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th graders in the 5-day program for the upcoming school year (2017-2018). Our students benefit from several unique signature programs and enrichment programs, which make our school a leader in innovative experiential learning. Pacific School accepts a limited number of out-of-district students, based on space available and the school's adopted New Family Enrollment policies. Please spread the word about our amazing school!
All-School Open House
Mark your calendar and join us for the upcoming All-School Open House on Wednesday, April 26 at 6pm. Talk to teachers, visit classrooms, and be sure to invite anyone you know who might be interested in becoming part of Pacific Elementary School!
Thank you Thanks to everyone who attended and helped make the Preschool Open House a success.
Box Tops For Education
Earn money for our school by simply buying what you normally buy, and collecting box tops.
School News, Events, and Updates
Get ready for the 2017-18 school year...
The next meeting will be on Tuesday, April 11th, 5:30pm at Pacific School and you're invited to join.
Help Pacific School earn money to support our school programs via ScholarShare Scholar Dollars grant program. Help enrich our students’ experiences! Pick our school and vote now: http://www.myscholardollars.com/?school=4963. Please share this link with friends and family!
Did you know?
School Expectations and Rules: Outside Expectations: "Students must play in areas where they are visible to supervising staff, including the climbing equipment, blacktop area, and playing field. Students should stay out of the planted areas. Students may not exclude anyone in their games. Students must play in a safe manner. In particular, they should not throw sand, rocks, wood chips, or toys other than balls. Adults, not students, will retrieve balls that go out of the schoolyard. Jump ropes may only be used for jumping. Students should not climb trees or fences. All staff, parents, and students are asked to help keep all gates closed during and after school hours. This is a safety concern because open gates allow pets and wildlife to enter and defecate on the school yard."
Questions? Be sure to consult the updated Family Handbook.
More news and upcoming events
Worldanz Fitness Fundraiser: Get Fit and Have Fun!
A series of 5 dance classes taught by Melissa Wedlock. Take all 5 or just 1--- $30 for 5; $5-10 for 1 (sliding scale).
School Yard Workday: March 25th
Lend a hand on school yard improvement projects from 10:00am-2:00pm on Saturday March 25th. There will be something for everyone to do from mulching, weeding, and planting the school yard landscape and light construction tasks. Hope you can join. Contact John Fisher, firstname.lastname@example.org if you can lend a hand. Thank you!
Annual Grandparents' Tea in the Garden
Calling all grandparents! Mark your calendars and plan to join us on April 24 and 25th to enjoy tea-time in the Pacific School LifeLab Garden! .
A special thank you to parents, grandparents, and Davenport community members who are helping fix and maintain our buildings and surrounding environment: Sinclair Wilkinson, Andy Wilson, Andy Egger, Dustin Keller, Grandpa Timo, Leanne Salandro, Don Croll, John Fisher, Patrick Salandro, Ryan Judson, and Bill Henry. Thank you!
March Wellness Challenges:
FoodLab Wins at the Annual Chowder Cook-Off & Festival
Congratulations! Ms. Emelia and student staff won "Most Professional and Original Team" along with $250 in prize money at the Santa Cruz Annual Chowder Cook-Off & Festival! A huge thanks to Brian and Holly Latta for loading all the gear on Friday night plus setting up, breaking down, and hauling supplies. Also thanks to Caitlin for talking up FoodL ab to everyone. Diana and Xochi for being there for support. Violi and Natalie for their professionalism and awesomeness.
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