The number one concern most families have when making the switch from a brick-and-mortar school to a cyber-school is socialization. When will my children get the socialization skills they need? Are there any socialization opportunities? Will my child meet new friends? These are all questions we hear fairly often.
The sky was clear and the sun was shining on April 13th as a group of over 65 PALCS faculty, staff, students, and families gathered at the statue of Willie Stargell, the world-famous Pittsburgh Pirate, outside PNC Park on the North Shore of Pittsburgh for a tour of the baseball park.
In March, PALCS students in grades 6-8 were invited to PA Leadership’s main office to participate in a CSI lab event.
In March, the faculty and administration of the main PALCS office in West Chester and the Western Regional Center in Pittsburgh invited students in grades 9-12 and their parents/guardians to the 2018 High School Open House.
Hey PALCS, let’s dance! Although it may seem far away, Prom 2018 will be here before you know it! Students on both sides of the state may now register to attend the PALCS Prom on PALCSchool.
If you were a fly on the wall at any of the PALCS offices this past Friday, March 2, you would have seen what we mean when we say there is always something going on within the PALCS community! Students from all different grades and their families gathered at PALCS offices across the state for different events and activities that took place throughout the day.