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Spain and France Trip 2019

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PCA students returned safely on April 30 after an exciting ten-day excursion to France and Spain. The trip was arranged and lead by Mrs. Eisner. PCA Upper School Spanish teacher. Mr. Miller, Upper School Librarian, was also a chaperone for the trip of twelve Upper School students.

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Kapok Tree Play by PCAP

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On March 29th, the 4-year old classroom of PCA performed a play for family and friends. Each March the four-year-old classrooms study the Amazon rain-forest. They learn about many different animals that inhabit the rain-forest, the four layers that make up the rain-forest, and about the importance of recycling.

 

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PCA Upper School 2019 Science Fair Winners

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Each year, the Upper School students work in small groups to select a science-related question, provide a research proposal, research the topic using the scientific method, and then present their conclusion to a panel of judges. The projects are divided into three sections based on grade-level: freshman, sophomore, and junior/senior. Congratulations to all of the grade-level winners! A special congratulations to sophomores Bethany Koshy and Lily Kjendal for being named Grand Prize Winners for their project entitled “The Effect of Mesh Bags on the Survival and Growth of Caged Oysters.”  Great job, Eagles!

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PCA Announces the Winners of the Upper School Food Drive

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The Upper School students at PCA participated in a school wide food drive competition to benefit Operation Blessing in Portsmouth, NH. This event was put on by the PCA Missions Club and ran from 3/4 to 3/15. Mr. Murdock’s homeroom was the overall school winner with each student in his homeroom having donated over 24 food items. Over 650 food items were collected by all grades in the Upper School.  The Mission Club will take the food to Operation Blessing in Portsmouth to have it weighed and to tally approximately how many people will be fed by it.

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