Author Archives: katicito
Many thanks to Laura Barnard, who has suggested that we celebrate Pi Day together at lunch next Wednesday: Let’s Celebrate Pi Day! This year, π or “pi” day, 3.14, is happening next Wednesday. It’s a day to honor everyone’s favorite irrational number, … Continue reading
This is a reminder the regular registration ends this Friday (Feb. 2) at midnight. Registration will then close until the first day of classes, so that teachers can order materials. Late registration will be allowed on the first and second … Continue reading
We’ve been able to add a second D&D game that will happen in a second room during the 3rd period. For that reason, we can now include a total of 13 kids in the D&D class. (One DM is comfortable … Continue reading
Registration does appear to be up and running. However, it is still sometimes throwing errors, such as “resource not found” when opened with Chrome. I’ve been able to get it to work by refreshing (that little circle-y arrow icon at … Continue reading
Registration is now back working and open. We are sorry for the inconvenience!
Registration opens for general registration: Monday January 22 at 9:00 Regular registration closes: Friday February 2 at midnight, in order to give teachers time to order supplies. Late registration opens first day of classes – Wednesday February 21 at 9:30. … Continue reading
Spring 2018 Dates Registration opens for Beta Testing (Teachers/Board Members): Monday, January 15 at 9:00 Registration opens for general registration: Monday January 22 at 9:00 Regular registration closes: Friday February 2 at midnight. Late registration opens: Wednesday February 21 at … Continue reading
PALS Share Fair Fall 2017 Come one, come all to the PALS Share Fair! This community fun day is open to the entire homeschooling community, so spread the word to your friends! Wednesday, December 6th, 2017 10:30 am -1:30 pm … Continue reading
Take a look on Wednesday at the draft schedule of classes and see if there are places where you’d like to offer a class. We particularly need classes for first and second periods.