PCSST

06/23/2024

PATERSON CHARTER SCHOOL

FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Trendsetters

This year we started a new course called Trendsetters. It is a leadership course that is the final tier of a leadership program we are piloting. The courses run from Freshman Seminar, to Peer Leadership to Trendsetters [Mentors]. 

The course objective is for students to use the leadership skills they have learned in the other courses and apply them to bettering the school community and to also mentor the Freshman Seminar students. 

My students wanted to extend their assistance to the other campuses. This was entirely their idea and they wanted to visit be of service where they can. They reached out to the building administrators and proposed the idea of a visit. Today on Wednesday November 29th we visited the K-1 and 2-3 campus. 

At the K-1 campus we assisted classes during centers and electives. At the 2-3 campus the Trendsetters planned games to play with the students during their recess. It was an absolutely amazing experience and the Trendsetters can not wait to go back! 

8th Grade Moving Up

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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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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Annual Carnival Day

This year PCSSTs 2-3 campus had their 3rd annual 2-3 Carnival Day. This event is always a highlight of the school year. It’s a wonderful day of fun, treats, and

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Field Days

On June 11th and 12th, our 4-7 Campus hosted our annual field day competition. We kicked things off with the 4th and 5th graders on Tuesday, followed by the 6th

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Talent Show

The “Surfing with the Stars” talent show at the 4-7 campus was super exciting! Students showed off their amazing talents, and everyone had a blast watching. The big winners were

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