Pasco School District

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  • Triple Play: Literacy, Math & Science Night- Angelou Elementary

    This was the first year our school implemented the baseball-themed family curriculum night. It was held on September 25th in order to get more families involved early in the year. The goal of this event was to help increase our school’s percentage of students meeting literacy and math standards through parent education and involvement...

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  • Exploring Science- Captain Gray Early Learning Center

    In Pasco there is a full day kindergarten center with a ninety percent minority rate, and over seventy percent poverty rate. Parents involved in Action Team for Partnerships (ATP) in previous years mentioned their longing to be more involved in school events...

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  • Goal Sharing Nights- Chess Elementary

    We set goals as a state, as a district, as a school, as a class and as a student at Rowena Chess Elementary! Knowing that goals give us something to work toward, a direction, and a sense of accomplishment when they are attained helped us create a building-wide campaign of setting and sharing goals...

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  • 8th Grade Parent Night - Chiawana High School

    It is important that both parents and students get a great start to their high school experience. At Chiawana High School, students and parents at the eighth grade level are invited to the high school that they will be attending the following year so that they can meet teachers, tour the building and learn about how they can have a smooth transition to high school...

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  • Snuggle Up and Read - Emerson Elementary

    On February 26th, 2014 Emerson Elementary hosted a “Snuggle Up and Read” event after school for students and their families. Families were invited to attend and enjoy a family reading night in pajamas that included games, a chance to listen to stories read by local community members, pictures with Dora the Explorer and a cookie on their way out...

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  • Student-Centered Science Fair - Frost Elementary

    A Science Fair for elementary students? Absolutely! Robert Frost has made the Science Fair an annual event to provide a low key, fun opportunity for students to be introduced to a Science Fair format, meet professionals in the field and get hands-on experience using the scientific method...

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  • An “Out of the Box” Food Drive - Livingston Elementary

    This is not your ordinary food drive. Aside from the obvious goal of collecting food for the community, students were able to dig into data! They gained math skills by tracking daily progress and graphing their results...

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  • #Open House - Longfellow Elementary

    Longfellow has a long standing tradition of building and improving on events that have taken place at our school. This year Open House was no exception...

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  • Writing With Grandparents- Markham Elementary

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

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  • Fun Run - McGee Elementary

    The Fun Run was an activity for all students grades K-5. On Fun Run day each class had a 10 minute time slot in which to run, jog, or walk laps around a quarter mile track outside the school. The goal was to encourage the students to set a fitness goal and then work hard to meet it...

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  • Fall Conference Magnets- McLoughlin Middle School

    After the start of the year and once student schedules are finalized, a magnet template is created. The template includes the names of each teaching team and important school contact information of administrators and other school staff that are valuable resources...

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  • Reading Night - New Horizons High School

    A huge event for our school this year was the Reading Night Extravaganza. We hold this event every year for the purpose of engaging our students and their families in reading related activities...

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  • Career Fair - Ochoa Middle School

    The goal of Ochoa Middle School’s Career Fair was to provide an opportunity for seventh and eighth graders to explore potential careers and then to align those interests with high school classes. January 31 was chosen in the hopes that more parents, many of whom work in agriculture, could attend the fair with their student...

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  • 8th Hour Credit Retrieval - Pasco High School

    For the 2013-2014 school year Pasco High School developed a series of 8th hour credit retrieval courses. The courses which included various levels of English, history, and math were designed to help students retrieve credit and possibly avoid having to enroll in summer school courses or miss graduating on time...

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  • Self-Manager Activities - Robinson Elementary

    What is a good way to promote school rules and build character? Becoming a Self-Manager! The Self-Manager Program is a tool we use from the Capturing Kids Hearts Program to support students in attaining the self-control needed to earn the special privileges that come with being a Self-Manager! The program requires students to obtain 9 signatures from their teacher, specialists, playground duties and friends stating that those signatures meant the student had attained the expectations...

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  • Science Fair - Stevens Middle School

    “I thought the schools’ presentations were excellent and an absolutely worthwhile endeavor,” one of many comments made by our over sixty volunteers who came out to support Steven’s annual student science fair. Every spring, sixth, seventh and eighth graders complete and share their scientific thinking with their peers, teachers and community volunteer judges...

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  • Read for the Record- Twain Elementary

    “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.” This Dr. Seuss quote speaks to the goal of our Read for the Record/Bikes for Books program...

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  • Winter Reading Night - Whittier Elementary

    As an ATP we want to make sure there is a connection between school and home in aiding to reach our building reading goal. Whittier has a high English Language Learner population...

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Last Modified on September 16, 2014