John F Kennedy High School PACE
 

"somewhere i have never traveled, gladly beyond / any experience"
-- e.e. cummings

The official PACE requirement for Cultural and Civic Events consists of two (2) each school year --  with a 500 - 750-word reflection essay for each. 
 
Essays are due no later than one (1) week following the event.  Students who are able to interview an event participant or organizer can earn a higher essay score.
 
The PACE Handbook contains more information about the requirements, the reflection essay prompt, and the rubric that guides the drafting of the essay.

The following categories exemplify the kinds of qualifying events and related organizations:
 
Talk to your PACE English teacher for approval.

PLAY

a qualifying stage performance, off-campus

 

e.g. ‘Treasure Island’ at Sacramento Theatre Company; ‘Rent’ at Mondavi Center

ON-CAMPUS EVENT

qualifying performances, panel presentations, etc. that occur on JFK campus after school hours

 

e.g. JFK drama productions, speakers or events using JFK facilities after school

RELIGIOUS

a qualifying ceremony or other event outside of student’s experience, beliefs, or household’s religious affiliation

MUSIC


a qualifying musical performance (outside of the pop culture sphere) – can include qualifying dance productions and musical theater

 

e.g. ‘Drummers of Burundi’ at Crest Theatre’; ‘Hamlet: The Musical on Ice!’

MUSEUM/

GALLERY

qualifying exhibits and galleries

 

e.g. ‘Picasso: The War Years’ at SFMOMA; ‘DaVinci Experience’ at Crocker

SPEAKER/PANEL PRESENTATION

a qualifying event of this nature

 

e.g. touring lectures from writers, statesmen, journalists, academics, artists, etc.

HERITAGE

a genuine, qualifying event celebrating and/or showcasing an ethno-cultural heritage

CIVIC (POLITICS)

  • In the California State Capital, there is no shortage of government entities and committed individuals making decisions and taking actions which affect us on the local, state and federal levels.Check for meetings, workshops and forums at www.cityofsacramento.org.

More links:


Music 

Discover and Celebrate the Arts: Mondavi Center/UC Davis
Jazz, new perspective speakers, multi-cultural performances, music & dance 
(530) 754-ARTS
Ask about student discount

Sacramento Youth Symphony
https://sacramentoyouthsymphony.org/

TWO in TUNE: Sacramento Philharmonic and Opera
Student ticket prices available






Theater

B Street Theatre of Sacramento
Call (916) 443-5300 or www.bstreettheatre.org/

Sacramento Theatre Company
Call (916) 443-6722 or www.sactheatre.org
Ask about student discounts 

The Sacramento Ballet
Call (916) 552-5800 or www.sacballet.com
For The Nutcracker and much more. 






Fine Arts

Crocker Art Museum

Second Saturday Art Walk (monthly)
http://www.sacramento365.com/categories/index/13/277
http://www.sacbee.com/secondsaturday/
Free admission to multiple museums and exhibits in the Sacramento area

Mondavi Arts
MondaviArts.org
Student discounts and free admission available




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Civic (Politics)


City of Sacramento
www.cityofsacramento.org

Sacramento City Council (Office of City Clerk)
http://sacramento.granicus.com/ViewPublisher.php?view_id=21




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