P.A.C.E Partnership

posted Nov 14, 2012, 8:00 AM by Unknown user   [ updated Nov 14, 2012, 8:14 AM ]
The Woodley Activities Department partnered with PACE Headstart on a program designed to introduce library studies and computer technology to headstart students. Once a week, PACE Headstart student are able to come to the school library and computer lab and participate in activities as current elementary school students do.  They are able to read books, participate in art activities, learn how to navigate a computer system, and use computer literacy programs to enhance reading and language skills. This new initiative is really allowing Woodley another opportunity to make "Today's Learners, Tomorrow's Leaders." PACE also has representatives that work with the kids for music and physical education (P.E.). 

(Below) PACE students celebrate Thanksgiving by reading a book on history of Thanksgiving and making a decorative turkey feather head-dress with Woodley library teacher Ms. Dena Seal.  

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