PACE stands for Parents Active in Cooperative Education and it is a choice program offered through the Northshore School District. PACE is committed to an enriched learning environment, emphasizing active participation of parents, innovative teaching techniques and creating a partnership of teachers, parents and students. There are currently three PACE sites serving every elementary school in the Northshore School District: Lockwood, Wellington, and Woodmoor.
PACE Information Night: Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018.
Lottery application forms for 2019-20 school year admission are due Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019.
If you are interested in enrolling in the PACE program, please contact the enrollment coordinator at the site serving your neighborhood feeder pattern. There is an application process and placement is determined in a blind lottery in late winter, based upon your current address.
Serves: Arrowhead, Crystal Springs, Frank Love, Kenmore, Lockwood, Shelton View, Westhill
Serves: Bear Creek, Cottage Lake, East Ridge, Hollywood Hill, Kokanee, Sunrise, Wellington, Woodin
Serves: Canyon Creek, Fernwood, Maywood Hills, Moorlands, Woodmoor
PACE's focus is to create a partnership of teachers, children and parents committed to an enriched learning environment.
Key elements include:
- Enrichment activities and active parent participation to support each student's learning style and developmental rate.
- Encouragement of students to be independent and self-motivated learners.
- Full access to all school activities and events including PE, music, and library, assemblies and after-school activities.
- All PACE programs meet the curriculum requirements of the Northshore School District.
PACE families must contribute a minimum of 80 hours of volunteer work per year to support the program. Work may be either in the classroom or outside the classroom, based on parent's availability and interest.
PACE at Lockwood
PACE at Wellington
PACE at Woodmoor