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“We want our child to be prepared for the future”

Panama City Renaissance School is the perfect school for our daughter.  We want our child to be prepared for the future and have no doubt that PCRS will do that.  I feel certain she will get into the college of her choice. As a physician, I am amazed at the things she is learning at such a young age.  And, the best part is that she has fun at school. Hans Caspary,...

Don’t miss the Panama City Renaissance School Fall Open House

Outside the Box – Juliann Talkington Thursday, October 29: 8:30 – 10 am Friday, October 30: 8:30 -10 am Where: Panama City Renaissance School Campus, 1608 Baker Court, Panama City. Come experience the Panama City Renaissance School. Talk with parents, teachers, and administrative staff. Observe classes and actiivties. For more information call...

Multilingual kids perform at the Panama City Festival of Nations

  Outside the Box – Juliann Talkington Yesterday the Panama City Renaissance School students performed Chinese, Latin American and US songs at the Festival of Nations.  The youngest student is 3 and the oldest is 10.   Some presentations included fans and other sunglasses and drama. The student had a great time in front of the audience and enjoy conversing in all three languages.  In addition to the presentation, the children also participated in the festival parade. The costumes included Quechua clothing from Ecuador, traditional Chinese dress and attire from Mexico.  Enjoy the...

Don’t miss the Festival of Nations tomorrow

Outside the Box – Juliann Talkington Tomorrow the Panama City Renaissance School students will be performing Chinese, Latin American and US songs at the Festival of Nations.  The kids love the stage and enjoy conversing in all three languages.  The preschool children will be performing at 12 noon and the elementary school students will be performing at 2:00 pm.  All the performances will be on the main stage at the intersection of Harrison Avenue and 4th Street in downtown Panama City. Hope to see you...

Students learn about creativity. What fun!

Outside the Box – Juliann Talkington As part of the science curriculum, the children in Ms. Fu’s and Ms. Maunter’s classes have “no right answer within limits” activities. For this activity, each team was were given a bag with several items including straws and asked to create something that went continuously between the door jambs. Some solutions used paperclips, straws and rubber bands. Others included straws and tape. Not only did the kids learn how to come up with ideas on their own, but also learned from their peers. Science is creative and...
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