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Costumes, kids and fun!

Outside the Box – Juliann Talkington On Friday, the Panama City Renaissance School was a funny, spooky, scary, beautiful place. Alligators, cats, princesses, super heroes, wizards and even a stalk of celery visited the school. After showing off their costumes in class, the students paraded around campus to show the parents, church staff and other visitors their creations. If you missed the festivities, make sure you join the fun in...

“The level of academics . . . is amazing”

My child started started attending last school year. With this being said, the level of academics that they are learning in all their classes is amazing, and she has learned an incredible amount in such a short period of time. I recommend this school to any parent that wants their child to achieve their full potential.‎ A...

Bring friends to school, what fun!

Outside the Box – Juliann Talkington On Thursday, November 11, the Panama City Renaissance School will host a bring a friend to school day. On this special day, your child can share his/her school experience with someone who does not attend the PCRS. The program will run from 8:15 – 10:15 for Kindergarten and above and  9:15 – 11:15 for K3 and K4. If your child would like to bring someone with him/her, please stop by the office to sign-up and pick-up...

Students make catnip toys for animal shelter cats

Outside the Box – Juliann Talkington In September, the Enrichment class made toys for the cats at the Animal Shelter out of old socks, markers and catnip. Then Ms. Durbin stitched the socks together. The students had a great time creating the special toys for the shelter animals. And of course, the room had fuzzy pieces of catnip “everywhere” for days. Thanks Ms. Spradley for organizing this fun community service...

Learning teamwork through art!

Outside the Box – Juliann Talkington In September, the Enrichment program students spent several weeks creating an entry for the The Grand Theater 16 Legend of the Guardians: the Owls of Ga’Hool art contest. The multi-colored paper-mache, tape, paint, and marker entry featured owls on a limb. It was the first time many of the students had worked with paper-mache, so it was a great learning experience. In addition, it was a wonderful way for the kids to work on a creative project as a team. Thank you Ms. Coburn and Ms. Spradley for leading this...
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