Pasco School District

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  • Spread the Cheer- Angelou Elementary

    This was the second year Maya Angelou participated in the Spread the Cheer event. It was held on Wednesday, December 17th before winter vacation. The goal of the event was to help spread cheer to the community and to one another, in conjunction with working on writing...

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  • Science Night- Captain Gray Early Learning Center

    The Science Night event took placed on April 29th, 2015. Administrators, teachers, Regional Service Corps members, ATP members, parents and community volunteers participated in this special event that took place at Captain Gray ELC from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. The purpose for the Science Night Event was for students to develop an awareness of science and explore hands-on activities for students and their families to work on together...

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  • Christmas Caroling- Chess Elementary

    The purpose of our school’s Christmas Caroling event is to create a community culture within the school. Each year students work together by caroling right before the holiday break to bring cheer to each other and to spread it throughout the school...

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  • Faculty Visits the Community- Chiawana High School

    Our building administration, staff and students, decided it was time for the staff of Chiawana High School to meet the community that our students go home to every night. A few groups including ATP and PEAK! Partners worked together to set up a day where staff were all bussed to three different locations in our community...

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  • Fast and Furious with Dad- Emerson Elementary

    “Fast and Furious with Dad” was a night based on mathematics and engineering to help involve male figures in their child’s education. This event was held on January 28, 2015. Students participated in various activities with the help of their male guest...

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  • Science with Soldiers- Franklin STEM Elementary

    Rosalind Franklin STEM Elementary Principal Deidre Holmberg, along with the ATP envisioned a day celebrating Veterans that would be anything but typical. As a newly opening school, the ATP met throughout the spring and summer rethinking community involvement with a STEM focus. They envisioned a day actively engaging Veterans from our community with students...

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  • Family Math Morning- Frost Elementary

    Robert Frost Elementary held a Family Math Morning event from 9:00-10:00 a.m. in December, 2014. Students from all grade levels participated and Frost families and community members were invited. The purpose of the Family Math Morning was to provide experiences with math activities that students could use at home to involve families in their learning...

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  • Layers of Love-Mom's Night- Livingston Elementary

    Layers of Love was a fabulous partnership event! The specific goal of this practice was to have families spend quality time together at our school and learn the importance of giving back to our community...

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  • Star Student Showcase- Markham Elementary

    The goal of this event was to welcome mothers into the classrooms to see what their children were learning. We want our children to have as many supporters in their lives as they can...

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  • Super Sensational Science Night- McGee Elementary

    Pasco and the cities around it are filled with science museum-type events and scientists. With that in mind, why not have an evening of science activities that focus on STEM-science, technology, engineering, and math learning?

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  • MAC World: The World of Macademics

    This year McLoughlin’s (MAC) ATP has decided to try a new way of doing family nights with the hope of increasing our event attendance. A grand slam approach is what ATP decided to go with, combining all the nights into one...

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  • Senior Information Night- New Horizons High School

    Senior Information Night happened on Thursday, December 11th at 5:30 p.m. in one of our classrooms. We had three goals for this practice...

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  • Parent Portal Refrigerator Magnets- Ochoa Middle School

    One of the most important tasks of a teacher is to communicate with parents about their child’s academic progress in school. One tool Ochoa Middle School provides for parents is web-based monitoring of their student’s grades through the Parent Portal...

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  • Post Secondary Workshops- Pasco High School

    Extended student learning and ensuring our students are prepared for post-secondary opportunities are targeted focuses at Pasco High School. Not all of our students come with the skillset necessary to be successful on college level entrance exams. In order to further prepare students for post-secondary education, Pasco High School hosted two different workshops...

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  • Goal Sharing Night- Robinson Elementary

    In order to share students’ academic goals for reading and math with parents, Virgie Robinson staff hosts three different Goal Sharing nights. When students understand the goals and expectations of academic areas, they are most likely to succeed...

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  • Parents Know Thy Impact- Stevens Middle School

    “The purpose of this activity was to describe and compare Stevens Middle School’s reading, writing and math scores and to identify areas that parents can help support student learning based on instructional strategies provided. Parents were also encouraged to describe their impact on student learning as described by J. Hattie’s research where home-life support and structure can add more than one year’s growth to student learning...

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  • Seussational Reading Extravaganza- Twain Elementary

    Walking through Mark Twain’s front doors, parents and community readers enthusiastically entered into a literacy dimension as doors and hallways came to life in homage of Dr. Seuss. As these special guests convened in our foyer, they were greeted by some quite welcoming characters that set them forth on their way to igniting a passion for reading across the hearts of the youngest of young and even the oldest of old...

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  • Whittier Family Fiesta- Whittier Elementary

    Family Fiesta consists of a combination of physical and social activities to engage parents, students, staff, and community members to celebrate our students’ cultural heritage. Everyone is involved in one way or another via student and parent performances, parent salsa tasting contest, salsa dancing demonstrations, staff volunteers at different stations, PEAK! Partners piñatas donations, parents helping with activities, etc...

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Last Modified on July 31, 2015