In the News
It’s that time of year again… #GivingTuesday – the international day to give back and kickstart the holiday season. Many people unite to give back to the causes that mean a lot to them. For us, that means doing everything we can do to help families in need.
October is National Bullying Awareness month. This is the time we all take a moment to think about what causes bullying and how to prevent it. Well, here at PS Academy, we believe that the more unity we can have among students, the less likely it is that bullying will occur. We do so by not only making the classroom a place where students are encouraged to participate, but also through the various clubs offered. This semester we offer over twenty clubs, one of which is community club.
We’re halfway through the school semester and our students have been having a great time taking part in our clubs. We have over 20 clubs this semester! Each student can select the clubs they would like to participate in, and based on seniority and availability, their schedule is determined. Clubs are a great way for our students to practice their social skills while learning and having fun.
In the next few weeks, you will notice that our branding will be changing. We are moving away from ” Pieceful Solutions” and instead are renaming our schools PS Academy and PS Elementary.
On Monday, August 21st the first total solar eclipse to cross the U.S. since 1918 will occur. Arizona is not in the direct path of the total solar eclipse and will only experience a partial eclipse of about 70%.
Pieceful Solutions and Team Up are partnering to provide all of our students with a cutting edge Adaptive Physical Education program. Read more about what it is and what it means for students.
We are very pleased to introduce you the newest members of our Pieceful Solutions staff! You can meet them as well as our other staff members at our "Meet the Teachers" event!
East Valley Tribune wrote up a great story about how our students 'tipped their hats off to Dr. Suess.'
"Pieceful Solutions, which operates three East Valley schools for K-12 children on the autism spectrum, will celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday — and National Read Across America Day — today by making green eggs and ham with students."