Posts Categorized: Downtown News

Student Led Conferences Oct. 28 and 29

Student-led conferences are coming up on October 28 and 29. Students have a noon release both of those days with no AfterSchool.  Families will be scheduling the SLC appointments with their student’s advisor.  Student-led Conferences are another important way our scholars take control of their learning path and demonstrate their authentic engagement. Student-led conferences are a great way for students… Read more »

Support Our Programs with A Tax Credit Contribution

The state of Arizona allows families to direct two hundred dollars per individual tax return or four hundred dollars for couples filing jointly to a public school to support that school with extra curricular activities, social-emotional supports, and personalized learning opportunities. Tax credit contributions to schools are fully refundable. If you have not yet directed… Read more »

Spots are still available for School year 2021-2022

We have a few spots available for the coming school year. If you are interested please submit a registration form. Enroll You are also welcome to contact Carman Ryken at carmanr@cityccl.org for more information about the PFFSU campus or Joann Groh at joann@cityccl.org for more information about the PFFSD campus.

Intersession Week: Special Schedule

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 »

Pennington Street Showcase A Big Success

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 »