The City High School Family Association is hosting an evening of music, food, and fun at Las Milipitas de Cottonwood Farm on Friday, February, 11th from 4-7 pm. You are all invited to attend! See the attached program for additional information.
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Celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at Centennial Hall this Monday, Jan. 16th at 3:00. This free, all ages event will feature music, video, and poetry from many different artists. We hope to see many of you there. For more information, visit the UA Presents website.
Tucson Village Farm is hosting a day of service to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Day. Everyone is welcome to come to the farm and help out on Monday, Jan. 16th. The day of service will go from 8:30 – 11:30 am. This is a great opportunity for eighth-grade students to earn service hours. … Read more »
“Explore the wilds of Saguaro National Park and experience the wonders of nature guided by experienced and enthusiastic staff!” Does this sound like a good way for your middle school student to spend the Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of Rodeo Break? Saguaro National Park is hosting a wilderness camp for 11-14 year olds on 2/23,… Read more »
So many of the extra-curricular programs which make Paulo Freire Freedom Schools engaging, fun, rigorous, and kind learning environments are dependent upon funding we receive through your tax credit donations. Donations to our school do not cost you anything– your contribution up to $200 for people filing single AZ tax returns and up to $400 for people filing… Read more »
Thursday, 12/22 is the final day of the semester. There is no school on Friday, 12/23. We wish you all a restful and joyful winter break.
PFFS will have class as normal (early release) on Wednesday, 11/23. We will be off for Thanksgiving break on Thursday, 11/24 and Friday, 11/25. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving! The staff at Paulo Freire Freedom School is very grateful for all of our amazing students. It is a real pleasure spending time teaching them and learning from them. We… Read more »
Parents and Guardians, At PFFS, we all care very much about your children. As a result of Tuesday’s election results, we know many of them may be sad, confused, or scared. They are trying to make sense of the adult world, and they have a lot of questions and fears. We have already created safe,… Read more »
Donate to PFFSU. Donate to PFFSD. You may designate $200 or $400 of your tax dollars to one of our PFFS campuses. This money, in almost all cases, is fully returned to you when you file your state taxes. These tax credit donations fuel many of the amazing, transformational programs PFFS offers our students. Please… Read more »
After taking last week off for Halloween, Math Club will resume on Monday. Math Club is a fun, engaging, relaxed way to tackle compelling math problems and learn new skills. Math Club is open to all students from both campuses, even if they have not participated previously. Math Club is from 3:45 – 5:00 on… Read more »