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A Pacific Family Needs Your Help...

Brian Neitz, a MBUSD alumni & Pacific parent, was diagnosed with leukemia on June 17, 2019 during a routine physical. Other than fatigue, he did not have any other symptoms. He has completed induction
chemotherapy and needs a bone marrow transplant. He currently
does not have a bone marrow match.

He is a husband, father, friend, retired Air Force pilot, Southwest
Airlines pilot and recurrent Los Angeles County Beach Lifeguard.
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Classroom Assignments

Classroom assignments will be posted on-line Saturday, August 17, 2019, after 9:00 am. Details on how to access this information will be posted on the Pacific website no later than the week of August 12th.
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Reflections 2019-2020 Look Within

“Look Within”

That’s the theme for the 2019-2020 Reflections Art Program which has been bringing the arts to life for more than 10 million students since 1969. And California State PTA and its members, families and kids are on the forefront of this amazing program, which increases community awareness of the importance of arts in education.
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Summer Reading Lists!

On behalf of the five elementary library resource specialists, attached are the three pleasure reading lists for summer 2019. 6th Grade Summer Reading list can also be found here.
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Odyssey of the Mind World Finals took place this past week from May 22 - May 25 at Michigan State University.

It was the largest tournament to date with 899 teams attending from 20 countries and 40 states. Competitors qualify by placing 1st or 2nd for their problem division in their State or Country Championship Tournaments; so the caliber of teams attending World Finals was very high (China's Country Championship Tournament alone hosted over 600 teams). Manhattan Beach qualified 4 teams to represent SoCal that all placed within the top half of their respective fields. The team from Pacific competed in this year's most popular and fiercely contested problem, and placed 27th in their field of 73 world-class competitors. Team: Grace Swenson, Brandon Warren, Rosie Hoyle, Jack Ingram, Oliver Stern Coach: Terri Warren
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Food Finders Lunchtime Program

Hey Pacific Panthers. Did you know that 72 Billion pounds of Food is wasted each year? In Honor of Earth Week we are kicking off our Food Finders Lunchtime program. Now along with sorting your trash, you will also be able to sort your UN-opened and UN-eaten food into a cooler and a crate that will then be delivered to a homeless shelter each week. Not only will this help our planet by reducing waste but we will ALSO be helping our community by donating food to people in need. Double win! So remember to look for the cooler and crate next to the trash cans at lunch each day and thank you in advance for your support!
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Run Club News - Top Miles go to...

What a fantastic year of running! Together we have run over 7500 miles and donated almost 90 pairs of Skechers shoes to children in Lawndale. Thank you to every runner who has joined us and to every person who has helped get their runners to Upper Field in time to get their laps in.

Please join us on Monday June 9 at the usual time (7.45- 8.05) on Upper Field to run a final lap together, to honor our Fifth Grade runners, to hear from Coach O’Farrell from MBMS and for some final announcements and awards - top 10 runners, marathoners and 100 milers, etc.

Congratulations to Mrs Witlen’s class who ran the most miles this year - over 700 miles.

Top participation awards go to Ms Cameron's and Mrs Jordan's classes - 96.2% of their classes came out to run this year!

As for this week, the following awards were made at Spirit Assembly on Wednesday:
New Marathon Award: Leyna Anderson \, Aviva Flechner, Shawn Desai Brynn McIntyre
100 Mile Award: Brayden Lange
200 Mile Award: (our first runner to ever hit this mark)! Pieter Sauer
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