On Monday, the governor and the superintendent announced that all Arizona schools will be closed through the end of this school year. This decision was made to ensure the safety and well being of our students, staff, families, and communities both near and far. Both Paulo Freire schools will continue with our remote learning plan… Read more »
Posts By: Chad Blair
Our technology and facilites department has been working diligently all week to prepare CCCL Chromebooks for distribution to families who need this support to engage with the remote learning that will start on Monday. If you also need Internet access at home, look at the end of this post for two links to free home… Read more »
Hello Families, I hope you are doing well and your families near and far are safe and healthy. The learning model for our small CITY Center schools has always been about connection and personalization. We will continue to rely on this student and family-centered model as we support students and families throughout the school closure. … Read more »
CCCL Food Distribution Plan Starting on Monday, March 23rd, CITY Center for Collaborative Learning will be distributing free food to families. Seth and Chuy have developed a thoughtful and convenient plan for distributing food every day during the school closure. There are additional food distribution centers around town, so if our location is not convenient for your… Read more »
Governor Doug Ducey and Superintendent Kathy Hoffman have made the decision to keep all Arizona public and charter schools closed through at least March 27th in order to decrease the spread of the Coronavirus. CITY Center for Collaborative Learning will be sharing up to date information about logistics and curriculum through this website, the cityhighschool.org… Read more »
PFFS students will be dismissed at noon this Friday, March 6th and next Friday, March 13th. These half days are for teacher planning and grading. There will not be any AfterSchool tutoring on either of these days.
It is once again time for Intersession Week! During Intersession, students will be engaged in real-world, experiential learning both in and out of the school. PFFS student will be studying marine biology, going camping, learning self care, creating activist art, designing fashion, exploring the world of food trucks and much more. During Intersession Week, the… Read more »
A Climate Jubilee is happening this Saturday, Feb. 29th from 11-2 at Pueblo High School. Please see the agenda below. Everyone is welcome to learn and share solutions that will improve communities, Tucson, and the world.
Next week, student-led conferences will take place on Thursday, Feb. 13th and Friday, Feb. 14th. Students will be dismissed at noon on both of these days in order to accommodate the student-led conferences. Student-led conferences are a great way for students to reflect on their learning, using the Habits of Heart and Mind as a… Read more »
The January 31st Pennington Street Showcase was a huge success. A big thank you to all the families and community members who came out to celebrate project-based learning and to see the many ways our students are able to demonstrate their learning. The theme of the winer showcase was Arts and Culture. Our students presented… Read more »