What Your Teachers REALLY Do on Summer Vacation 

By Better Together Blog

Ah, glorious summer:  longer days and later bedtimes, trips to the beach, family vacations, and no alarm clocks beeping in our ears.  Summertime provides a respite and much-needed break from school for students and teachers alike.  During the school year, many students are surprised when they see their teachers at the grocery store or restaurant; so, imagine the shock in knowing what teachers do in the summer!   

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Summer Reading

By Better Together Blog

 


It’s summertime! The air is warm and the sun is bright, and students and teachers alike are excited to enjoy all the excitement of summer. Whether your family is heading off on family vacations or enjoying the summer from home, you may be wondering how to keep your child busy while also staying on track academically through the long break from school. Read More

Introducing PCA Varsity Letter Jackets

By PCA News Stories

PCA Is Thrilled at The Arrival of Varsity Letter Jackets to Our Campus!

This year’s Varsity Boys Baseball Team is the first team in the school’s history to don letter jackets (aka “block jackets”) on campus. A special thank you to Head Coach James Spinelli and Coach Gene Watson for helping bring this beloved, long-standing athletic tradition to fruition here at PCA!

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Is Your Child Ready for Kindergarten?

By Better Together Blog

Now that your little one has graduated from preschool, you may be wondering what comes next for your preschooler. Whether you’re looking ahead to Kindergarten or seeking a Preschool program that will prepare your child for the next step, the New Hampshire Kindergarten Readiness Indicators may help you understand what you’re looking for during this important time in your child’s development.

The state of New Hampshire defines kindergarten readiness as “children possessing the skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary for success in school and for later learning and life. Kindergarten readiness is a shared collaboration between families, schools, and communities promoting student success.” Read More