John F Kennedy High School PACE
 
Programs
PACE Student Application 2015-2016 - Annual 2015

PACE

Program In America and California Explorations

Student Online Application 2015-2016

For incoming freshmen to apply to JFK PACE, click on the Enroll button to complete the online portion of the application. Download, print, complete, and return the remaining application packet to the JFK PACE office by January 20th, 2015 (the address is listed in the application packet).  Applicants please note - there is no cost to apply to the JFK PACE program.

Registration Status: Open
Registration: 11/7/2014 - 1/20/2015
Registration Cost: $ 0.00

Catch up with Mr. Whalen's Monday Memo to find out about current PACE efforts, upcoming events, cultural and service opportunities, scholarships, and more! 

Discover the latest: 
PACE Monday Memo_2014_11-17.pdf
(opens as PDF)

FIELD TRIP Thursday, November 20th!

7:45am - 4:15pm

CALIFORNIA ACADEMY OF SCIENCES: website
JAPANESE TEA GARDEN: website

$20.00 Field Trip fee ($5 with PACE Card!)

Act now!

See Mr. Whalen (C-301)

FIELD TRIP Wednesday, December 3rd

ALCATRAZ ISLAND: website & EXPLORATORIUM: website

Take a bay cruise to the island; visit the Exploratorium.

$60.00 Field Trip fee ($40 with PACE Card!)

Limited to 40 students - See Mr. Whalen (C-301)

"Planning is bringing the future into the present so that you can do something about it now." - Alan Lakein

Click below to view a sample student PACE schedule:

PACE Sample Course Schedule or Course Sequence.pdf

Please note that this schedule represents possible options, not necessarily required courses.  For more information about the PACE Program, please see the PACE Brochure of contact the PACE office.
As G.B. Stern said, “Silent gratitude isn’t much use to anyone.” In that spirit, Mr. Whalen crafts the PACE Quarterly Report to express gratitude from PACE faculty to families and individuals who offer their time, money, and diverse resources to help make it all happen.

New! You may download and view the first PACE Quarterly Report of the 2014-2015 school year here!

Become a PACE Patron!

When you make a contribution of $100 or more to the PACE program,
your student will receive a PACE Patron Card

$5 Field Trip Fee (Non card holder pays $20)

$5 off Greek & Latin Roots Vocabulary Workbook (Non card holder pays $10)

$10 off the Senior Disneyland Grad Nite Ticket

$5 off the Junior year PSAT test fee

$10 off Sophomore Summer Program fee

$5 off the Junior Summer Program fee

$10 book fee for Freshmen PACE History 9 Class (non card holder pays $20)

$10 worth of raffle tickets at the PACE Annual Crab Feed

Additional discounts will be given if a chance arises during the school year.


This is an importance funding source for the PACE program. We urge you to become a PACE Patron and make your contribution, as soon as possible, to help guarantee the planned 2014-2015 school year activities.

You can present your $100 check at JFK (to Mr. Whalen or Jennifer Yee)
or mail your check to the school.

Click on the link for instructions and start saving!

2014-2015 PACE Patron Card donation overview letter.pdf

2014-2015 PACE Patron Card ORDER FORM.pdf 

Thank you for your support!

JFK Counselor Assignments 2014-2015

Updated 9/24 Please note that for the 2014-2015 school year, the following JFK counselors are available (by student last name):

  • Mr. Norman (students "A" - "De")
  • Mrs. Coletta (students "Di" - "Johnson")
  • Mr. Drotts (students "Jones" - "Ne")
  • Mr. Frazier (students "Ng" - "S")
  • Ms. Anderson (students "T" - "Z")

The All New Community Service Log is HERE!

Get a head start on those community service hours this summer!

Download the Fall 2014 Form Below

Click here to signup for text and email communications - then follow these steps:
  • Click the link above.
  • Type in 1) your Name, 2) email address, 3) cell phone including area code, 4) click the Submit button.
  • Enter the 4 digit activation code that is texted to you.
  • Click the Validate button -- and you're Done! : -)

Smart Shopping helps your PACEr

 


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