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How do we get clean water in our homes?

Outside the Box – Biqing Sheng On Tuesday, the second, fourth, fifth, and sixth graders from the Panama City Renaissance School visited the Bay County Utilities Services Water Treatment Plant. It was a wonderful opportunity for the students to reinforce what they learned about water and how it is transported from the reservoir to the treatment plant to the home water faucet. The students learned how surface water is cleaned to make the water safe for people to drink. They also learned the story of drinking water and what people can do to save...

Students practice Spanish at the Fire Station

Outside the Box – Juliann Talkington On Wednesday, the Panama City Renaissance School Level 50 Spanish class visited the fire station and learned about fire response and prevention from a Spanish speaking fireman. After conducting an interview, the students sat in the trucks, experimented with fire fighting equipment and wore fire hats. It was a great opportunity for the kids to practice their Spanish in a real world situation. What...

“My husband and I love this school”

My husband and I love this school. The language immersion and advanced curriculum will prepare our daughter for the future. We are amazed every day at the education that is provided. Go PCRS Tigers!‎ Kelley Caspary,...

Moon cakes, lanterns and fun at the Panama City Renaissance School Moon Festival Celebration

Outside the Box – Juliann Talkington On Wednesday, the Panama City Renaissance School Chinese language arts classes celebrated Moon Festival by sampling moon cake and making traditional Chinese crafts. Moon Festival is one of the most important traditional events in China.  This harvest festival is similar to Thanksgiving in the US. On this day, Chinese family members and friends gather to eat moon cakes and pomelos. There are additional cultural and regional customs including carrying...

Enrichment program students plant flowers as service to community

Outside the Box – Juliann Talkington On Thursday, the Panama City Renaissance School Enrichment Program students planted flowers in the St. Andrew Episcopal Church Education Building courtyard.  The bright colored flowers added new life to the courtyard area and provided an opportunity for the students to learn about gardening and giving back to their community. The project was led by Enrichment and Academic Support Instructors Michelle Spradley and Amanda...
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