WE HAVE A LIMITED NUMBER OF SPACES LEFT.
If you are still interested in attending call 626-396-3625 or come by the PEF office to register
351 S. Hudson Ave. Rm. 153, Pasadena (In PUSD District Headquarters)
Join us for the 13th year of the PEF Summer Enrichment Program. This 5-week program mixes academic subjects with creative hands-on projects taught by some of the best PUSD teachers. Students will be inspired while having fun learning as it prepares them for the upcoming school year ahead.
PEF's Summer Enrichment Program is your summertime solution!
Learn to cook, explore a new language, program a robot, design with 3D printers, and so much more.
What a Great Summer!
The Pasadena Educational Foundation's popular program continued in its 13th year of providing summer enrichment classes to K-12 students.
Last year, the program was at a few new site locations around Pasadena including McKinley (K-8), Don Benito (K-6), and District Headquarters (9-12). We will return to both Franklin (K-6) and Roosevelt (K-6). Our popular dual language programs was at Franklin and Roosevelt for Spanish and Don Benito for Mandarin.
All elementary sites hosted the self-contained Introduction to Kindergarten and Introduction to First Grade classes for incoming Kindergarten and first grade students (K-1). These classes are a fun introduction to school and a great way for young learners to stay engaged over the summer. Classes will run the full 3 blocks from 8-12pm with one teacher.
For students grades 2-8, there was a variety of fun-filled learning and enrichment opportunities. Students chose 3 blocks of classes that ran from 8-12pm. Some of the great classes offered included cooking, robotics, 3-D printing, art studio, math, science and more.
For the high school students grades 9-12, we offered a new format of classes that started a little later at 9am and ran till 12pm Monday through Thursday. In partnership with the College Access Plan, students prepared for both the SAT and ACT. We are also offered a Graphic Design class that helped students get ahead with a great portfolio, while having fun practicing new skills. This course incorporated 3-D printing and computers to offer the latest technologies for design. PEF did not offer credit classes this year.
Want to know what the PEF Summer Enrichment Program looks like?
Watch this great video created by High School Junior, Nathan Lee >>
The Pasadena Educational Foundation has facilitated a Summer Program for local students since 2003. More than 60 different classes are offered each summer, including drama, art, math, creative writing, chess, and foreign language immersion classes.
PEF would like to thank the following for their support of the Summer Enrichment Program. The program would not be possible without their contributions:
William & Linda Creim
IdealabCharitable and Codespark
Tournament of Roses® Foundation
Helen & Will Webster Foundation
Summer Enrichment Program 2016 Course Proposal