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Tea Collection Fund Raiser

posted Oct 13, 2017, 9:27 AM by Brian Lawler   [ updated Oct 13, 2017, 9:28 AM ]

Dear Paul Revere Community-

Our school is participating in Tea Collection's School Days Fundraiser until October 15. What does this mean? Shop at TeaSchoolDays.com use code SDF17PAULREVERE at checkout, and you will receive at 15% discount, get free shipping, and 15% is donated to Paul Revere. Thanks for considering!

Estimado Paul Revere: Nuestra escuela está participando en la Recaudación de Fondos del Día Escolar de Tea Collection hasta el 15 de octubre. ¿Qué significa esto? Compre en TeaSchoolDays.com utilice el código SDF17PAULREVERE en la caja y recibirá un 15% de descuento, envío gratis y un 15% se donará a Paul Revere. ¡Gracias por considerar!

High School Enrollment Information

posted Oct 4, 2017, 8:42 AM by Brian Lawler

The Parents for Public Schools group will be hosting a High School Enrollment Workshop at Paul Revere on Tuesday October 17th from 5:20pm - 6:30pm.  This is an amazing opportunity to learn about the process of applying for high school.

Also, there will be a district-wide enrollment fair on Saturday October 14th from 9am - 2pm at John O'Connell High School.  Meet representatives from all the SFUSD high schools. This is the place to ask questions and collect materials to help decide what school is the best fit for you.

Now is the time to contact schools to register for tours and shadowing. These opportunities fill up quickly so reach out to get registered.

SOTA and Lowell have special application requirements and deadlines. Be aware of these so all can be met.

Paul Revere School Adoption Program

posted Sep 21, 2017, 8:31 AM by Brian Lawler

After a long hiatus, the busy blogging bees are back in session here at PaulRevereSF.org.  There are a lot of changes this year at Paul Revere - we have a new Principal, a new Assistant Principal, and lots of new faces on the faculty and staff.  We even have a new 7000 sq. ft. turf field on the upper yard of the main building!   But we also have kept some of the best of our programs from previous years, and tops among those programs is our partnership with Alive & Free.  Every year Paul Revere partners with this program for an after school program for 4th and 5th grade boys.  The group was on the Street Soldiers podcast to kick off the year. 

Listen here: http://stayaliveandfree.org/paul-revere-school-adoption-program/

Revere Walks 'n' Rolls to School Again!

posted May 2, 2017, 8:58 AM by Brian Lawler

Our last Walk 'n' Roll event of the year happened this past Thursday, April 27th.  Similar to the prior events, this one was held at Martha and Brothers on Cortland.  Part of the "Safe Routes to School" initiative and organized my Paul Revere's own Teresa Maxwell, it was a wonderful community building event as well as great way to start the day.  We shared coffee and treats and then walked down to school together.

 

SUMMER PROGRAM OFFERINGS

posted Apr 11, 2017, 9:27 AM by Brian Lawler

Looking for things to do this summer?  Here are some ideas...



GARDEN PROJECT
Ages 13-15
Program offers paid on the job training, mentoring and tutoring, and involves environmental projects to improve the health of San Francisco.

Applications due by April 21st.
www.gardenproject.org 650-588-8253 
summer@gardenproject.org



Two part summer course and internship experience providing enrichment in mathematics and exposure (STEM) topics for those entering 9th grade.
MBSK Summer Pathway application due by April 21st.
BlackStar: May 31 -June 23, Monday-Friday, 9:00 – 3:00 PM, Denman Middle School
Community Safe Initiative: June 6- August 5, second part including paid internship
blackstarsummer@sfusd.edu 415-252-2513



SUMMER BRIDGE
Improve academic skills, field trips, career exploration, note taking and study skills to support transitioning to high school.
Balboa or Mission, 9-1pm, June 7-July 13 Earn up to 2.5 elective credits and $400. On line or paper applications due by May 12!
For more information: lweathersby@ycdjobs.org 415 -822-3491 or 415- 822-1196



PROJECT WHAT!
Looking for students ages 14-18 to share their stories of having a parent incarcerated. The purpose is to increase awareness of this experience and to improve services for youth. You will earn money, be trained in public speaking and lead training for adults that support youth. Applications due by May 5th
Begins mid June, sessions every Tuesday/Wednesday, 1-4pm
More information and application: communityworkswest.org/program/project-what
email Alisha Murdock at  amurdock@communityworkswest.org



ENGLISH LEARNER SUMMER ACADEMY
Everett Middle School, June 5-July 14, Monday-Thursday, 9-12, breakfast/lunch served before/after and
MISSION COMMUNITY BEACON SUMMER PROGRAM
Monday-Thursday afternoons, Friday 9-4
Contact Everett Middle School at 241-6000 to see if space is still available



Many other programs available for all ages. View additional programming here
See postings on Counselor Chat board or call Miss Stein, Middle School Counselor at 695-5656, #1514

Family Survey Time is Running Out!!

posted Apr 4, 2017, 1:43 PM by Brian Lawler

Dear Families,

Welcome back from Spring Break!

We are hitting the home stretch for the school year, which also means we are coming up to the deadline for our family surveys.

If you do the survey online this week, let Lorraine Orlandi know either by email or by sending her through your teacher the information sheet we have been sending home, and she will get your students their free dress passes for April 21.

Here's the survey link. You can complete it in English or Spanish (also Tagalog, Chinese and other languages).

Be sure to click on SUBMIT at the end.

Thank you!

High School Placement Information...

posted Mar 16, 2017, 10:23 AM by Brian Lawler

High school registration is Wednesday, March 22nd through April 14th. Register at the high school site. Students do not need to be present. Placement letter and identification is required.

An Amended Application Form must be completed by April 14th if you desire a change in assignment. Be sure to register at the offered school to save a space in case the amended choice can't be offered. EPC can help with this form.

Placement workshops: Wednesday, March 22nd, 5-6:30 pm or March 25th, 9-10:30 am. Both are at 555 Franklin Street.



La fecha para registrarse a la escuela secundaria que se les ha asignado es del miércoles 22 de marzo al viernes 14 de abril. Se tienen que registrar en la escuela que se les ha asignado en la carta de asignación que recibieron del distrito escolar y no es necesario que los estudiantes estén presentes. Padres, favor de llevar la carta de asignación y una identificación el día que registren a sus hijos. Si  deciden cambiar su escuela asignada, tienen que llenar una solicitud pidiendo el cambio a mas tardar el viernes 14 de abril para entrar a la segunda ronda. Asegúrense de registrarse en la escuela asignada en la primer ronda para apartar el espacio; esto es en caso de que no se les asigne la escuela que hayan solicitado en la segunda ronda. La oficina de matriculación del distrito escolar les puede ayudar con esta solicitud.

Habrá talleres informativos sobre como registrarse en la segunda ronda: Miércoles 22 de marzo de 5:00 a 6:00 pm y el sábado 25 de marzo de las 9:00 a las 10:30 am. Ambos talleres se llevarán a cabo en las oficinas del distrito escolar en el 555 de la calle Franklin.

The Paul Revere Field of Dreams!

posted Mar 14, 2017, 2:07 PM by Brian Lawler

The Paul Revere community is launching a campaign to help fund a soccer turf field at Paul Revere, to be installed in collaboration with partner organization America SCORES Bay Area. Please share this with your friends and networks: Paul Revere Field of Dreams.

Arthur Dorros, author of "Abuelo," visits Paul Revere

posted Mar 8, 2017, 3:37 PM by Brian Lawler

On Tuesday, March 7th, Arthur Dorros paid a visit to Paul Revere to talk with the students about writing and how to write a book. 

During the assemblies, he talked to the whole group a bit about his childhood, how he got into writing, and from where he gets inspiration for his stories. For example, for his most famous book, Abuela, he was out and saw a grandparent with a young girl in Nepal. Then he saw an image with many, many birds surrounding a child. And that's how the idea of Abuela was born.

During the writing workshops, he worked with the groups to take a ideas the students came up with to create the introduction to a story. Then he left the introductions so that the students can work on their own endings.

The students (and everyone else!) were very excited and honored to be visited by the author of one of their favorite books.  Thank you for visiting with us at Paul Revere Mr. Dorros!!


Tea Collection Fundraiser!

posted Feb 28, 2017, 9:02 AM by Brian Lawler




The Paul Revere PTA is participating in Tea Collection's School Days fundraiser from 2/27 - 3/6. What does this mean? You get to shop globally inspired children’s clothing on TeaSchoolDays.com, use code SDS17PAULREVERE for 15% off your order + free shipping and 15% of your order gets donated back to the PTA.

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