Summer Program 2018

 

REGISTRATION BEGINS:
February 2 at 10:00 am.
 

The 2018 Summer Class Schedule Brochure is available here!

The 2018 PEF Summer Enrichment Program will mark the 15th year of our 5-week program, which mixes academic subjects with creative hands-on projects taught by local educators. Students are inspired while having fun learning as their classes prepare them for the upcoming school year.

New Hours!

Pre-K-8th Grade

9:00 am - 1:15 pm (K-8 grades)
Optional Pre Care: 8:00 - 8:30 (additional charge)
Free Student Breakfast Program: 8:30 - 9:00  

Block A: 9:00 – 10:10
Block B: 10:15 – 11:25
Lunch: 11:30 - 12:00
Block C: 12:05 – 1:15
Afternoon Programs start at 1:15 pm

High School: (3) sessions will be offered: 9:00 - 12:00 pm (Monday - Thursday)

(session 1) June 11 - June 21

(session 2) June 25 - July 5 (with no July 4, and no proration for holiday)

(session 3) July 9 - July 12

No classes for credit, only one class can be taken per session.

Classes offered in 2 areas: College Prep and Career Exploration.

All elementary sites host the self-contained Introduction to Kindergarten and Introduction to First Grade classes for incoming Kindergarten and first grade students (K-1) in English. Limited sites will host Spanish, Mandarin, and French Immersion Introduction classes. These classes are a fun introduction to school, and a great way for young learners to stay engaged over the summer. Classes will run the full 3 blocks during the morning program.

For students grades 2-8, there is a variety of fun-filled learning and enrichment opportunities. Students chose 3 blocks of classes that run from 8-12pm. Some of the great classes offered include cooking, robotics, 3-D printing, art studio, math, science and more.

For high school students grades 9-12, there are multiple options to acquire college and career skills this summer: Take one of our courses or serve as a Volunteer Classroom Assistant for a course!  PEF does not offer credit classes this year.

Program Dates: June 11 - July 12, 2018

Registration Dates: Feb. 2 - June 1st

Locations:

Field Elementary
Franklin Elementary
McKinley School
PUSD Headquarters
San Rafael Elementary

Pricing:

- PUSD Student - Grades Pre-K - Middle School: $425

- Non-PUSD Student - Grades Pre-K - Middle School: $515

- High School: $125 (PUSD) & $215 (out-of district)

- PEF Afternoon Camp - Campuses TBD


REGISTRATION BEGINS:
February 2 at 10:00 am.

For a look at this year's schedule you can 
Download 2018 Summer Brochure here>>

REGISTER NOW!


 

 

 

 

Volunteers:

For the 2017 program we hosted over 100 dedicated adult and teen Volunteer Classroom Assistants provided hands-on support to our students and teachers. This summer our volunteers again have opportunity to serve as experts and mentors in their chosen field, explore career options in teaching and administration, and fulfill community service hours required for graduation. Competitive internships are also available to PUSD College and Career Academy students and to others who complete the full-five weeks of the program. Weekly staff-lead discussions will support volunteers as they become school community leaders.    

 


 

 

For more information contact us at 626-396-3625 or via email at pef@pasedfoundation.org

 


Want to know what the PEF Summer Enrichment Program looks like?


Watch this great video created by High School Junior, Nathan Lee >>

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The Pasadena Educational Foundation has facilitated a Summer Program for local students since 2003.  More than 60 different classes are offered each summer, including drama, art, math, creative writing, chess, and foreign language immersion classes.

PEF would like to thank the following for their support of the Summer Enrichment Program.  The program would not be possible without their contributions:

Dick Davis

William & Linda Creim
IdealabCharitable and Codespark

Tournament of Roses® Foundation
Schow Foundation
Green Foundation
Helen & Will Webster Foundation