Pauline Central Primary


Pauline Central readers! We hope you take advantage of the public library's summer reading program!

Your library’s making planning summer activities easy with more than 300 events May 29-Aug 19. Our summer reading and experiences program, Curiosity Central, is focused on music. If you read 12 hours and participate in 12 experiences between May 29 and Aug 19, you’ll be entered in a grand prize drawing. Kids and teens (3-18) will also get a free book to keep when they complete the challenge. Reading and experiences will help keep your kids’ brains in tune during the summer break.

READING: When you and your family are reading, you become a part of the adventure. Aren’t you curious about what’s out there to read?

EXPERIENCES: These are anything that gets you active and thinking. In addition to the 300+ experiences at the library the Adventuremobile travels around town with a different experience each week.

Find the Curiosity Central guide at tscpl.org/summer.

The library is a great place to spend this summer. We hope to see you soon!



Pauline Central Primary School

May 22, 2018
Pauline Central readers! We hope you take advantage of the public library's summer reading program! Your library’s making planning summer activities easy with more than 300 events May 29-Aug 19. Our summer reading and…
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Pauline Central Parents! Our new principal is excited to meet you and your students. Please use the link below to view a video message from her and help your student create a response video. Flipgrid is also available as an app for your device.

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Created by Debra Williams

Your new principal at Pauline Central

May 10, 2018
Pauline Central Parents! Our new principal is excited to meet you and your students. Please use the link below to view a video message from her and help your student create a response video. Flipgrid is also available…
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Kindergarten Camp helps familiarize children with the life of a kindergartner and includes:

  • Educational projects
  • Kindergarten Camp tote bag
  • Daily snack
  • Take-home booklet

Schedule
Monday through Thursday, 8:45-11:30 AM
June 4-7, 11-14, 18-21, or 25-28

Location
Pauline Central Elementary
6625 SW Westview Rd
Topeka, KS 66619

Cost
$75 enrollment fee
$10 fee for late enrollment

For more information and to enroll, please see this flier.

For questions, please contact Liz Ginder at gindeliz@usd437.net.

Kindergarten Camp

April 10, 2018

Kindergarten Camp helps familiarize children with the life of a kindergartner and includes:

Educational projects Kindergarten Camp tote bag Daily snack Take-home booklet

Schedule Monday through Thursday, 8:45-11…

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Drawing is Fun

Who: Grades K-6
When: June 4-7, 8:30-11:30 AM
Where: Pauline Central

This class will explore the many aspects of drawing. The students will work with a variety of tools, techniques, and mediums. Students will experience contour drawing, gesture drawing, landscapes, still-life, and perspective. Both inside and outside activities are planned, weather permitting. All elements of art will be discussed. Lessons will be adapted to levels of ability and age.

Experiences with Clay

Who: Grades 2-6
Session 1: June 11-14, 8:30-11:30 AM
Session 2: June 18-21, 8:30-11:30 AM
Where: Pauline Central

This class will explore the various ways of "hand-building" with (air dry) clay. The students will explore the PINCH, SLAB, AND COIL methods of building with clay. The elements of art will be discussed and applied through the building of projects and idea sketches before working with the clay.

For more information and to register, please see this flier.

Summer Art Camps

April 9, 2018

Drawing is Fun

Who: Grades K-6 When: June 4-7, 8:30-11:30 AM Where: Pauline Central

This class will explore the many aspects of drawing. The students will work with a variety of tools, techniques, and mediums. Students…

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Summer Science Camp is a great opportunity for kids entering grades 1-7 to have hands-on experiences emphasizing conservation, environmental education, and wildlife education through activities including identification of insects, wildflowers, birds, and pond life and lots of nature hiking.

There are four sessions occurring from May 29-June 7. Registration deadline is May 23. For more information and to register, see this flier.

Summer Science Camp

April 2, 2018

Summer Science Camp is a great opportunity for kids entering grades 1-7 to have hands-on experiences emphasizing conservation, environmental education, and wildlife education through activities including identification of…

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