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End of Year Student Performances

Family & Friends – It is the time of the year when we not only look forward to our summer plans, but we also are treated to student performances that allow our talented young people to demonstrate publicly what they know and can do.  We hope you join us in celebrating their hard work!

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PFFS-U Exhibition of Work in February

6/7th Graders:  Join us on Friday, May 20th from 4:00-5:00 PM for our 6/7 Gateway Exhibition! This final semester we are exploring the essential questions of “How is balance maintained versus disrupted?” “How should humans interact with the natural environment?” and “How does what you experience impact your perspective?”. In particular, we have been studying Mesoamerica, with a focus on tropical ecology, indigenous peoples and perspectives, and the United States’ involvement in the region. We can’t wait for you to come see the beautiful final showcase of your students’ explorations next Friday!

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PFFS-D Exhibition of Work in October

Join us for our 6/7th grade Change Fair on Tuesday, May 17th from 4:00-5:30 to learn from our expert youth how to change the world using the law.  In a style reminiscent of a science fair 50 students will be on hand to educate about diverse issues and present change proposals for how to use the law to make the world a more fair and more just place.  Invited judges will assess students on the quality and feasibility of their plans.  Fabulous prizes will be awarded.

Whole School Spotlight & Talent Show:  From 8:30-10:00 AM on Monday, May 23rd, we will highlight exemplary independent passion projects as well as student and faculty talent in our first annual PFFS-D Talent Show.  All signs indicate it should be a blast!

On Tuesday, May 24th from 8:30-9:00 AM the PFFS-D Choir will perform three group songs and highlight several solo pieces. Parents and families are invited to attend.

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