This Week on PaulRevereSF.orgIn addition to the normal flow of stories into our "Paul Revere Blog" section, we also have some other news and updates popping up in other sections of our school ...
Posted by Brian Lawler
Back-to-School BBQ a Big SuccessThe Paul Revere community welcomed in the 2015-16 school year this past Saturday. Families, teachers, staff, and community members gathered on the annex playground for the annual back to ...
Posted Aug 19, 2015, 1:39 PM by Brian Lawler
Portables are Being Installed TODAY!After years of planning and many rounds of community discussions, architecture meetings, and planning approvals, the Paul Revere Modernization Project is finally underway! And if you were anywhere near the ...
Posted May 12, 2015, 3:31 AM by Brian Lawler
Paul Revere Receives QTEA Impact and Innovation GrantFor the second year in a row, Paul Revere Elementary has received a significant grant from the City's QTEA initiative. The QTEA, or Quality Teacher & Education Act, is a ...
Posted Mar 26, 2015, 12:30 PM by Brian Lawler
We hope you had a wonderful weekend and are looking forward to the long weekend coming up.
This week at Revere:
Last year’s auction was a great success and your tax-deductible donation of goods or services will help us reach our goal of raising $20,000 this year. Gift certificates, tickets, and merchandise are all gratefully accepted and make popular Silent Auction items. Other ideas are baked goods, crafts, lessons and services. Maybe you are a fantastic cook and would like to donate a dinner made by you, or you can donate a cooking lesson. The sky is the limit when you use your creativity. Please see the attached flyer for more information about the auction.
The first principal’s chat of the year will take place this Friday at 8:30am in the Community Room (115 Annex). We hope to see you there!
That’s it for this week, folks. Make the most of it and enjoy your Labor Day Weekend! Remember no school on Monday the 7th.
Helpful Resource from the California State PTAThe California State PTA puts out an incredible amount of support materials to help families support their child's education. There is one that I found particularly informative about the ...
Posted Sep 2, 2015, 5:45 AM by Brian Lawler