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Pacific School Special Programs

Science Lab (program funded by MBEF and supplies funded by the PTA)

Science and Sea Labs are exciting places to learn! Pacific teachers collaborate with our science specialist to develop meaningful, hands-on science activities.

Technology in the Classroom (supplies funded by the PTA)

Students utilize technology to enhance and improve performance in all areas of the curriculum through integrated project-based learning. Pacific teachers collaborate to create technology projects that reflect an understanding of the grade level curriculum, as well as the ability to use technology to research and problem solve.

Young at Art (supplies funded by YAA and the PTA)

In Pacific’s Young at Art docent provided enrichment program, students in grade K -5 have the opportunity to create rich and meaningful art projects over the course of the school year.  Students learn about different artists, art history, and a wide variety of media and techniques.

Library (program funded by MBEF and supplies funded by the PTA)

Learning to use a library is a skill and students will use this skill throughout their educational careers. The Pacific library media specialist develops the library skills of all Panthers through meaningful literary opportunities.

Walk Through California (program supplemented by the PTA)

This acclaimed “Walk Through Program” is a 4th grade tradition and highlight of the school year.  Through role playing, music, and active participation the early days of California come to life!

Walk Through the American Revolution (program supplemented by the PTA)

This legendary “Walk Through Program” is a 5th grade tradition and is a favorite memory of Pacific students year after year.  Through role playing, music, and active participation all 5th grade students return to the American Revolution.

Panther Buddies

Classrooms at Pacific School are paired with a “buddy” class at a different grade level.  The Panther Buddies meet throughout the year and participate in various activities, including reading, art, and writing projects.  This program encourages the development of CHARACTER COUNTS traits, leadership, social skills, and builds community.

Run Club

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