Both Paulo Freire Freedom Schools will have a 12:00 student dismissal time on Friday, September 28th. This early dismissal is listed on our school calendar as a teacher in-service planning half day. There will not be any AfterSchool programming this Friday.
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PFFS-U is proud to present Earth Science Theater! The 6th and 7th Grade science classes will present a series of performances about Earth‘s evolution, combining storytelling, dance, art, humor, music, and a whole lot of scientific evidence. See the hoops group perform photosynthesis, experience the great Pangea Break Up, witness Climate Change on Trial and much, much more! What: Earth Science Theater When: Tuesday, September 25th, from 1:30 -3:00 and 5:30 p.m. to… Read more »
This Friday, September 14th all Paulo Freire Freedom School – University 8th graders will be going on expedition to Cienega Creek Natural Preserve located about 31 miles East of Tucson. This is an amazing location with some water holes and lots of potential wildlife sightings. Please make sure your student has proper hiking shoes, a water bottle… Read more »
This week we are sharing our exciting Intersession options. (Downtown on Monday; University on Wednesday) They are all fabulous! Please take some time to review with your young person and fill out the choices sheet. We work hard to giving students one of their top 3 choices – trust us there are a lot of… Read more »
The Scoundrel and Scamp Theatre offers workshops and ensemble training for youth, with an emphasis on the collaborative nature of the theatrical art. We partner with local middle and high schools to shape the complete theatre artist, onstage, backstage, and front-of-house. The Scoundrel and Scamp is excited to announce their fall offering of theater classes for… Read more »
We are excited to announce this Friday, September 7th, all 7th graders will be going on expedition. Our destination is Cienega Creek Natural Preserve located about 31 miles East of Tucson. This is an amazing location with lots of potential wildlife sightings. Please make sure your student has proper hiking shoes, a water bottle and… Read more »
We encourage our students to ride their bikes to school. However, with the return of U of A students also comes the return of people looking to steal bikes. If your student rides their bike to school, it is imperative they use a heavy u-lock to secure their bike to the bike rack. We also… Read more »
The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Arizona presents Girls Who Code. This nationally recognized nonprofit is dedicated to fostering the success of women in tech. There is an open house at the UA Main Library Room 112A on September 8th at 10 am for anyone who would like to learn… Read more »
We are excited to announce that this Friday, August 31st is PFFSU’s 6th grade expedition! We will be exploring Madera Canyon in the Santa Rita mountains just south of Tucson. Students should wear proper hiking shoes, bring a water bottle and a lunch that does not require a microwave. We will depart from the school at 9:00 am and return… Read more »
Zuzi! Dance is offering a variety of great youth and adult classes starting in September. Zuzi! Dance is a long-term PFFS community partner, and they do a tremendous job of teaching and empowering youth through their various classes. Check out the Zuzi! Dance schedule for more information.