PCSST

07/25/2024

PATERSON CHARTER SCHOOL

FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

IXL Pizza Party in Wabash Campus

XL Math Wizards of C3 students.

Ixl Math Wizards Challenge 

We organize this contest every circle period to encourage the students to study and practice more on IXL Math skills.

The contest is about how many more IXL Math skills are mastered or proficient in their assigned Map skill plan or recommended Math skills. And of course, we have rewards such as; 

Classes get more than 200 points to have a pizza party and

Students get around 30 dojo points which are about 30 IXL Math skills mastered school-wide to be rewarded with 10$ gift cards,  and participate in IXL Math Wizards Pizza Party,

Students get around 20 dojo points which are about 20 IXL Math skills mastered school-wide to be rewarded with 5$ gift cards,  and participate in IXL Math Wizards Pizza Party,

Students get around 15 dojo points which are about 15 IXL Math skills mastered school-wide to be rewarded with 5$ gift cards,  and participate in IXL Math Wizards Pizza Party,

For this C3 (December-January) period contest, we did a reward ceremony on the 26th of January 2024 for 5th grade C3 Math and about 24 students from other grades C3 students.

The next IXL Math Wizards is started on the 29th of January and it’s due to end of C4 which is for 6 weeks.

JROTC Leadership Camp

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Senior Graduation

On Thursday, June 13th we celebrated the accomplishments of the Class of 2024. Our senior class this year was the first ever Kindergarten class here at PCSST. This class has

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8th Grade Moving Up

Thursday, June 13th, we celebrated the accomplishments of our 8th graders completing their final year of middle school. They will all be embarking on a new chapter of their lives by

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Spelling Bee

This year PCSSTs 2-3 campus had their 3rd annual Spelling bee. Our top 2 spellers from each of our 2nd and 3rd-grade classes battled it out with their knowledge and

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