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Reasons To Be Proud

PS1 Teachers Work Alongside Associate Director From UCLA Mathematics Project

We were thrilled to have a recent visit from Janene Ward, Associate Director of Elementary Education from UCLA Mathematics Project. Janene was on campus for two days, working with students & providing on-site professional development for teachers in Cognitively Guided Instruction (CGI).

Middles Reimagine the Santa Monica Pier

In their Imaginative Inquiry project, Middles students took on the role of Coastal Commission Employees to examine and reimagine the Santa Monica Pier to restore balance between natural and human systems.

PS1 Celebrates Grandparents & Special Friends Day

We were honored to welcome so many grandparents and special friends to campus on February 10th. We celebrated with a special Community Circle Time in their honor, delicious food, photo booths, classroom visits, and lots and lots of fun! Thank you to all of our visitors from near and far who spent their day with us.

Winter 2023 Periscope is Live!

CLICK HERE to read the latest edition of our digital magazine, highlighting our school-wide theme of Sharing Our Planet.

See classrooms and curriculum in action, reminisce about traditions and celebrations from this fall, and hear what our incredible alumni are up to!

Middles (Grades 3&4) Study Wind Energy

In The Studio, Middles students create working models of windmills or wind turbines. Using everyday materials like cardboard paper cups, students begin to learn and understand the aerodynamics and function of the windmill, one of the best methods to transform wind energy into electrical energy.

Life After PS1 Alumni Event 2022

We welcomed back 14 PS1 alumni on Oct. 18 for our annual Life After PS1 event. Students from a range of high schools (public and independent) returned to talk about their experiences in middle and high school, discuss how PS1 set the foundation for their education. The audience was moved by their personification of PS1's Portrait of a Graduate.