Posts Tagged ‘Middle School’

Pop Rocks & Soda Pop

by sieglinde levery-nicholas, pscs director of advancement This past fall, I was asked to sit on a panel at The Little School in Bellevue. The panel was called Transitions to Middle School and was open to the families of current 5th graders (and probably a few parents who were looking towards a more distant future). This…

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Tuesday Visitation Mornings

Visitation Mornings for prospective families will be on Tuesday Mornings this November and December. Visits run from 8:45am-11:45am and offer parents and potential 2016-17 students the opportunity to sit in with the whole school at our morning Check-In, meet with teaching staff and sit in on classes. Call 206.324.4350 or email to schedule a Visitation!

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Positive Psychology

Last Friday, school director Andy Smallman hosted a session at school designed for students and adults interested in learning about something called positive psychology AND how PSCS is using the concepts of it. It was a great session and it began with Andy showing a 5 minute video for context purposes. The video, called “Positive…

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Passion is Contagious!

We often say that PSCS is really simple to understand. For instance, one intention of the school is to simply connect our students to people who love what they do. Our belief is that the most natural learning takes place when someone who is excited, engaged, and passionate about something shares that excitement with others.…

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Mushroom What?

Late in the school day on Monday Andy took a group of 12 PSCS students to an indoor gym a block from the school that we use for physical fitness activities. As expected, they started up a game of Mushroom Ball. Mushroom Ball? Never heard of that, you say? Basically, it’s a non-stop version of…

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