Information to come soon.
Meet the Masters - Meet the Masters is a PTA sponsored program that begins in October for grades 1-5, and January for Kindergarten. Six
times a year scholars in grades 1-5 participate in
assemblies and learn about a specific
artist. In the weeks following the assembly while
in their own classrooms they complete a learning
packet and participate in an in-class art activity
with our art teacher Mrs. Aalseth. Scholars then complete their very own works of art from
the particular artists. The artists this year are
Chagall, Klee, Seurat, Ringgold, Cezanne, Da Vinci. Kindergarten scholars participate four times
a year completing their artwork and will be learning about
Chagall, Klee, Seurat, Ringgold after the
first of the year.
Questions: Dolly Silver ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
Red Ribbon Week - The goal of Red Ribbon Week is to increase awareness and
prevent the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs in
our school and in our community.
Activities include a visit by an Orange County Sheriffs
deputy to talk about the history of Red Ribbon Week,
decorating Pavilion’s grocery bags with anti-drug
slogans, wearing various “costumes” to correspond to the
theme of the day and putting red ribbons around our
campus and our community to show our commitment to stay
questions or suggestions, please contact Diana Ranck at email@example.com.
Young Authors Week - The goal of Young Author’s Week is to spark an interest
in our scholars for the written word; those of published
authors, other students and their own and to develop
their imaginations and their ability to communicate
their ideas to others.
Activities include assemblies by The Imagination
Machine, window decorations of scholar’s favorite books
and an all school “write-in.”
For questions or suggestions, please contact Patsy
Morris at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Imagination Machine- Write on! This artistic and innovative program combines a fast paced and entertaining format designed to unlock the wonderful world of creative writing. Scholars engage in theatre games that show them the importance of the rewrite through thinking outside the box, playing with the genres, playing with choices and exploring and heightening their possibilities. (ASSEMBLY)
Who, What, Where- Scholars will learn powerful techniques to get started in creative writing, developing characters, plot lines and settings through unique theatre games. (ASSEMBLY)
The Babies of OC Wilderness- (ASSEMBLY)
Adaptation of OC Wildlife- (ASSEMBLY)
Walk Through CA- Children travel in a "time machine" to periods of history and observe events played by other scholars. Authentic full-size historical flags are displayed and used by scholars to fix chronology in the scholars’ minds. Some students play the part of historical characters in our costumes . . some may get trapped in the wilderness. . . volcanoes could erupt . . . Father Junipero Serra starts a mission . . . Gold is discovered . . . The centerpiece of the program involves the assembling of a detailed three-dimensional model-map of California that is almost 20 feet long and 12 feet wide. Clues guide scholars to locating important geographical and historical features. An exciting race determines distances, directions, and places takes place on this model. Teams select a representative to visit special places and gain additional points in a final review. Throughout the program special music, skits, sound effects, dance, and humor help the students’ imagination capture the spirit of the state. (ASSEMBLY)
Walk Through American Revolution- Scholars participate as teams and as individuals as they travel together on an imaginary Walk Through The American Revolution™ as they take on roles of famous men and women from our unique history. They accumulate points by answering questions, acting out parts and taking notes. It is a program that involves active participation by every scholar. Teams recreate famous battles from Lexington to Yorktown. Authentic full-size historical flags are displayed and used by students to fix chronology in the students’ minds. A large puzzle of the 13 Colonies is put together in a race against the clock. Scholars are encouraged to create costumes that bring to life their character. Paul Revere rides sounding the alarm, Patrick Henry makes his famous speech and Benedict Arnold sells his secrets. Betsy Ross sews the stars on the flag and Deborah Samson goes into battle. The centerpiece of the program involves the Declaration of Independence as students recreate the signing. Teams take notes during the program on The Liberty Bell Game Sheets and play an exciting Lightning Round by answering questions in a fast paced competition. Teams compete for points with a Yankee Doodle Sing Off. Throughout the program special music, skits, sound effects, dance, and humor help the students’ imagination capture the Spirit of ‘76. (ASSEMBLY)
Surviving Our Standards- (ASSEMBLY)
Meet the Masters Art Program
Music: A full year program for kindergarten and a 10 week program for grades 1 – 3. The district provides music for grades 4 – 5.
Read & Discover Reading Program
Red Ribbon Week
Young Author’s Week
In addition to the programs listed above, the Tijeras Creek PTA provides funds for technology, safety items for school, classroom supplies and staff development.