Posts Tagged ‘featured’

PSCS Life – Family Feedback

Last summer, I began my journey at PSCS by inviting all current families to meet with me. I wanted to gather feedback on their PSCS experience, explore the things our community values, and see where there were areas for growth as we transitioned into our next 25 years. I asked four questions. One, why did…

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Summer Program

  PSCS is pleased to offer Summer Programming for the weeks of July 15-19 and 22-26, 2019.   For those entering grades 6-12 Open to non-PSCS students Before and after camp-care available from 7:30am to 5:30pm for an additional fee   View Courses & Register

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PSCS Life – Student Feedback

(*This is the first post in a series of three posts where I will share the feedback I have been getting from students, families, and staff.) What Amy does well is: “Being a significant presence but not being intrusive.” -PSCS student feedback on my performance December 2018 I cannot imagine my work without feedback. Whether…

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PSCS Life – New Resources

As we move in to the second half of the school year I am finding myself wanting to reach out to our community more and more—and to our current students and parents, in particular. Why is this? It’s partly to let families know what’s going on at PSCS day to day, and partly for me…

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1/16/19: Winter Open House

Join us for the PSCS fall Open House for prospective families— and discover progressive education at it’s most supportive.   Wednesday, January 16, 6-8pm RSVP & Inquiries   This evening Q & A event is being held for those families seeking enrollment in middle or high school in the 2019-20 school year.   Why PSCS…

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1 Axolotl, 3 Sams, & the 25th Anniversary of PSCS!

Welcome to the 25th anniversary of Puget Sound Community School! A quarter-century ago, the idea of PSCS began to percolate in the hearts and minds of Andy Smallman, Melinda Shaw, and a small group of families for whom “school” did not mean “accepting or enduring the status quo.” It was agreed upon that a loving…

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PSCS in the NYT

PSCS and PSCS senior, Sofia Martin, were recently featured in an article on gender identity and youth. “I’ve been thinking a lot about who I am,” Sofia recalled saying at the morning meeting, a daily assembly of the school’s 52 students and staff members. “I’ve come to the decision that I’m nonbinary, which means that I’m…

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