Thank you to PACE parents for creating this slideshow presentation which features a look into the PACE Program at John F. Kennedy High School.
It was originally shown at the 10th Annual PACE Crab Feed, held February 4th, 2017, at Elk's Lodge #6.
The first edition of the PACE Alumni Book is here! Catch up on former faces, their whereabouts, their reflections on PACE and JFK, and their visions of the future!
PACE Alumni Book ed-01.pdf
Keep in touch, friends!
Catch up with Mr. Whalen's MONDAY MEMO to find out about current PACE efforts, upcoming events, cultural and service opportunities, scholarships, test dates, and more! Discover the latest: PACE Monday Memo_2017_04-24.pdf(opens as PDF)
Click or tap the icon for archived memos.
PACE is now accepting applications from current freshmen or sophomores who want to join our program.
Students are invited to download and complete the application below; please submit the application (signed) by Friday, May 5th, 4:00pm.
If you have any additional questions, please contact Jennifer Yee, PACE Coordinator.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Download the SPRING 2017 Community Service Log!Track your community service hours!
Click on the image below to download the Spring 2017 Form (to be used second semester; due 6/01).
Use AMAZON SMILE to support PACE while shopping online!
Support PACE and other charitable organizations by starting your shopping here or by clicking on the AmazonSmile logo.
Use NUGGET MARKET'S SCRIP CARD to support PACE while shopping at Nugget Market!
Join the Nugget scrip community online by clicking or tapping here, or on the Nugget Scrip Card logo.
Thanks for your support, and happy shopping!
Use RALEY'S "SOMETHING EXTRA" SCRIP to support PACE while shopping at Raley's, Bel Air, and Nob Hill Foods!
Join Raley's "Something Extra" rewards program online by clicking or tapping here, or on the "Extra Credit" logo.
Why take AP...? Here's why!
Click here to read JFK/PACE graduates' reflections: how Advanced Placement coursework made a difference!
Click here to explore AP on the College Board's website.
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