Turkey Time at PCHS
PCES Sixth Graders Share Messages of Kindness Via Chalk Art
Kindergartners Spread Kindness
A whole school goal for the month of November is to spread kindness. Also, the first week of every month, we do a kindness activity as a class. Last week, the kids all came in so excited about trick or treating. They shared that they had SO much candy! The conversation got me thinking about all the candy my own children had received. I remembered that Fairview Clinics collect candy and send it to the troops who are serving over seas. I told the kids about this and explained that some people don't get to eat candy or snacks very often. The kids came up with the idea all on their own that we should donate some of our candy! I had a bag of candy and put it into our donation bin. I said they were welcome to bring in any unwanted candy the following days and I would bring it to Fairview. And then this happened... SEVEN KIDS WENT OUT TO THEIR BACKPACKS IN THE COAT ROOM AND BROUGHT IN A PIECE OF CANDY TO DONATE! WOW!!! I was brought to tears to see my students putting others before themselves! Last Friday, I took a garbage bag almost full of candy to Fairview! When I took the candy to Fairview, we were not expecting anything in return. However, they were so happy to receive the candy, they donated 7 brand new hard cover books to our class. What a great lesson these kids have learned about kindness! I could not be more proud! SPREAD KINDNESS!
Congratulation to Girls' Tennis
Lydia Adams is Section 7A Girls' Tennis Individuals Champion and heading to the State Tournament next Thursday, October 26. Emily Carpenter and Alison Brown took third in doubles. Great job, ladies!
Students Attend ProjectEARTH
PCHS students attended ProjectEARTH. They spent a great day on the campus of St. John's University outdoors learning about our EARTH.
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Parenting Plus - Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
About one in twelve children are being raised by their grandparents and the numbers are rising. Caring full or part time for grandchildren has joys and challenges. Parenting Plus is a support group for grandparents and kinship caregivers who are raising their grandchildren or relatives’ children. Please contact us for more information We will be happy to chat with you! Call 320-629-3013 or 612-310-0618