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Panama City Renaissance School students learn about the Eastern Hemisphere

Outside the Box – Juliann Talkington On Saturday, students participated in Eastern Hemisphere Day. Each student chose one country (or island group) they studied in their Eastern Hemisphere history class, created a poster board for the country/island group and dressed in clothing typical for that country. Then as a group, the kids, parents and teacher prepared food for each area. The food was wonderful and the costumes were very creative – a Sari, a Luau skirt, New Zealand tribe attire, a soccer uniform…. Thank you Ms. Estes for coordinating such a wonderful...

Students enjoy egg hunts and egg races at the Panama City Renaissance School

Outside the Box – Juliann Talkington What a fun day! On Friday, the preschool, kindergarten and first grade students participated in egg hunts. The kids loved collecting the brightly colored eggs and opening them to see what was inside. For the spectators, it was wonderful to watch the the array of colors as the students ran past with their colored baskets. Then it is was a treat to watch the older students race while they tried to balanced eggs on...

Spanish festival at the Panama City Renaissance School a fun way to welcome spring

Outside the Box – Juliann Talkington On Monday, the Spanish classes helped the Panama City Renaissance School ring in spring with singing, dancing and an art show. The younger children had a great time looking at (and touching) the art pieces the older children had created. The masks and wreaths were some of the students’ favorites. And everyone loved the Spanish song about the mouse in the house and the special presentation the preschool children made. In addition to all the fun, it was a great opportunity for the students to practice making public presentations in...

Junior Museum science field trip a fun adventure for Panama City Renaissance School kids

Outside the Box – Juliann Talkington On Wednesday, first graders from the Panama City Renaissance School visited the Panama City Junior Museum. It was a great opportunity for the students to reinforce what they had learned in class with different teaching aids.The kids explored exhibits on Florida flora and fauna, the body, water and music. And of course they had a great time spending an afternoon...

Annie a hit with Panama City Renaissance School students

Outside the Box – Juliann Talkington On Wednesday, preschool and elementary school students from the Panama City Renaissance School attended the National Tours version of Annie. ┬áThe fast paced musical was a hit with the kids and parent chaperones. The PCRS wants to give National Tours a special thank you for providing reduced price tickets for the...
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