We are grateful for the positive notes and comments that we’ve received from families via emails and during the weekly Parent Check-in on Wednesdays and Fridays. Remote learning protocols, schedules, and technology continue to present challenges for all of us. Our partnership with families is vital to making this year a successful experiment in what… Read more »
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Greetings, wonderful community! As another exciting adventure of a school year approaches, we are working diligently to prepare. Our next big step is getting Chromebooks out to all who need them. If you are new to our community, welcome! I am Seth. I run Operations for the three schools. I taught at both of the PFFS sites previously… Read more »
It is my pleasure to introduce the new administrative team for the three CITY Center for Collaborative Learning schools. Our new leaders are an extraordinary group of educators who are committed to the mission and vision of our schools and our organization and will also use their experience and wisdom to push our thinking and… 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 »
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 firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the PFFSU campus or Joann Groh at email@example.com for more information about the PFFSD campus.
During this transformational time, we are more concerned than ever with the wellbeing of learners and families. The links below are provided to connect you to articles, tips, and resources that may prove useful as we navigate the challenges ahead. Five tips for successful home learning Supporting your child’s mental health as they return to… 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 »