Grandparents of PS1 students and alumni were invited to a special garden and architecture tour at the Getty Center. This very unique opportunity was hosted by the Getty Center's Grounds Supervisor of 30+ years (and PS1 special friend) Michael DeHart.
Students in both Middles Cluster classes learned about Chumash daily life by investigating their natural environment, customs, traditions, and resources.
Kobi Yamada, author of What Do You Do With an Idea, video-chatted with PS1 students about his book, his inspiration for writing it, and what it takes to be a published author. Students were excited to ask him so many questions about the book and his writing process, including, "Why does the egg on the cover wear a crown?" and, "How did you think of the topic for the book?"
Collaborative group work at PS1 is a core tenet of our philosophy around how we teach and learn. Learn the how's, why's, and benefits of this aspect of our academic program, Kindergarten through 6th grade.
Veteran teacher Billy traveled overseas during winter break to volunteer at the Center of HOPE Daycare in the Philipppines and serve the local community.
PS1 students prepare an annual Thanksgiving meal to our neighbors at Step Up On Second, a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide "compassionate support to people experiencing serious mental health issues, and persons who are experiencing chronic homelessness, to help them recover, stabilize, and integrate into the community."
What a great way to spend a Sunday at PS1. The campus has never been so transformed! This year's Family Festival's Harvest Carnival featured smiling faces, delicious food, and the fun of carnival games.
We've had our Annual Life After PS1 event! Read more in our article below!
Many ask the question, "How do we differentiate for the range of learners in a multi-age class (with a two-year age range)?" The answer isn't as complicated as it seems. Read on to learn more!