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iRead Program Links

 

 

Now that summer has in full swing, it's time to read! Yes, PCR's world-famous iRead summer reading program is well under way. Click here for a description of the program. Other links are below:

Student Online Reading Log: http://palmcrestpta.org/Read/iread

Parent Approval Link:  http://palmcrestpta.org/Read/iread/Parent

Printable Reading Logs:  http://palmcrestpta.org/Doc/Forms/iRead_Reading_Log-Blank.pdf

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

School Supply Kit Order Deadline Ended, but...

 

Though the deadline for pre-ordering school supply kits for next year has passed, you can still try to order directly from EduKit. Try this URL:  https://www.edukitinc.com/page.asp?id=15&schoolid=1567 . EduKit offers a convenient option for busy families to order school supply kits for the 2017-2018 year. EduKits are custom made to include the supplies selected and approved by our school.

You can also purchase the school supplies on your own. If so, please check with this file to find your grade-specific information.  Please have your student(s) bring those supplies to Palm Crest on the first day of school.

Questions? Contact Caroline Anderson: Anderson9207@gmail.com


Dance with Me
The reviews are in on the 2nd Annual Father Daughter Dance, and there are plenty of raves.  On Saturday, November 5, Palm Crest dads and their daughters gathered in an MPR that had been transformed into a magical candyland. Dads, grandpas, uncles, and other special guys in the lives of PCR girls had a chance to just be together for the joy of it.  Sixth grader Molly Price liked the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory projected on the screen. Yagmur Ersavas liked the fact that father/daughter pictures were taken. Lissette Lorenzana liked the balloons, the decorated cupcakes, the lollipops and ... read full article

Eagle Scout's Gift is Well Used
When David Lam was a Palm Crest student, he noticed that some kids preferred the picnic tables over the handball courts at recess. So when it came time to focus on his Eagle Scout project last December, he knew what he wanted to do. David first began scouting as a member of Cub Scout Pack 515 when he was a third grader at PCR, then became a member of Troop 502 in high school  He, along with a team of adult leaders and troop members, spent 180 hours building a shed on the lower playground of the school. Well-positioned near ... read full article

This Eagle Scout Understands the Basics
Imagine yourself deciding on your Eagle Scout project:  Go for something that includes a glorious plaque, or go for something downright essential?  Former PCR Student James Lee chose the latter. James came up with a project that every teacher has hoped for, but no teacher wants to need.  Think about it.  James designed and donated for all 34  Palm Crest classrooms -- wait for it -- emergency potties that provide dignity and that everyone hopes no one will need. Before Lee’s project, the disaster instructions directed teachers to use waste baskets and an open closet door in the event of ... read full article

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