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Spring Ahead 2020 • A Message to the Classes of 2013, 2017, and 2020
Communications Office

If this were a typical year, we would have gathered this afternoon with you and your parents to celebrate your milestone year. Each of you is starting a new chapter in your journey. Each of you has so much to look forward to in the months and years ahead. And we are so proud of all you’ve already accomplished – and all you will accomplish as you tread the path ahead of you

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Marking the start of a very special Teacher Appreciation Week
Communications Office

Please join the Administrative Team in celebrating this year’s national Teacher Appreciation Week. We are always grateful for the amazing work of every educator at PBS. And in weathering the current crisis, they have demonstrated even more just how vital their work is and how driven, passionate, and accomplished they are in doing that work.

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Time to be a Kid
Dana Doolin, First Grade Lead Teacher

Standing in line at the supermarket checkout counter recently, I overheard a conversation between a young child and their mother. The child seemed very worried about being late to basketball practice. “Oh, don’t be such a Worry Wart,” the mother replied. Things only escalated between the two from there. This triggered something deep within me because when I was a child I was labeled “Worry Wart” by my parents and the name still stings a bit. What I didn't understand as a child was that worrying can actually be a good thing.

 

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