We have two fantastic after school clubs available to students at both campuses. The Math Club meets from 3:45 – 5:00 at the downtown campus on Mondays. The Robotics club meets at the downtown campus on Thursdays, also from 3:45 – 5:00. University students will be walked by an adult to the downtown campus to… Read more »
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The culminating project of the 8th-grade Humanities unit on civil rights is a prison reform presentation. The student presentations will happen on Monday, September 26th, at 5:00 pm at the University campus. You are invited to be a member of the audience and learn about why prison populations have increased greatly over the past thirty… Read more »
This Wednesday, 9/14/16, is our first ever Maker Day. We are all very excited to explore a wide-range of equipment and tools ranging from a 3-D printer to a lathe. Students will be in teams with other students from both schools. Some of the groups will work at the University campus, some at the Downtown campus,… Read more »
On Wednesday, Sept. 14th, we will have a STEM-intensive Maker Day for students at both PFFS campuses. Students from both campuses will work together with our staff and community experts to learn computer programming, power tools, sewing, 3-D printing, and more. The school day will end at the usual Wednesday time of 1:45.
Neither PFFS-U or PFFS-D will have school on Monday, Sept. 5th, because of Labor Day. We will resume our regular classes on Tuesday. Celebrate workers, and enjoy your long weekend!
Both Paulo Freire Freedom Schools will be hosting a Back to School Night for families. This event provides family members a chance to meet all of the teachers; visit the classrooms; learn more about the content, policies, and procedures of each class; and get a peek into exciting upcoming events. This year, as we are adapting… Read more »
The teachers and staff at Paulo Freire are all very excited to be back at school, and it is a great pleasure to have smart, joyful, passionate students filling the classrooms and hallways with their wit and curiosity. The only drawback to going back to a desert school at the beginning of August is the… Read more »