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Physical Address: 1701 Pine Tree Road Longview, Texas 75604
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 5878 Longview, Texas 75608
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Welcome to Pine Tree P.A.C.E.
Pirate Alternative to Continuing Education
Grades 6 and Below: Start Time - 8:00 a.m. Release Time - 3:15 p.m.
The intentional focus of the Pine Tree P.A.C.E. Campus is to provide a nurturing
and safe environment while building holistically “S.T.R.O.N.G.” students.
Student progress in academics and self-discipline are the intended
outcomes of this campus as we continue to set the P.A.C.E..
# ALLin #PACESTRONG #settingthePACE #LikeaPirate #PACEPirates
This conference is designed for educators, social workers, counselors, nonprofit representatives, youth development leaders, EMT's, first responders, program coordinators, daycares, and community leaders. Hope Talks will shine a light on the importance of mental health, self-care, and mindfulness. You will hear innovative ideas that spark hope for a more compassionate, well-balanced community. It will be a day full of networking and education and you are sure to leave with new tools to use for yourself or for those you serve.
The Resilience of R3: Relational, Restorative, Resourceful Session is being taught by, PACE Principal, Mrs. Shalonda Adams, M. Ed.
This session focuses on the power of resilience in a person’s life. Specific strategies for building the resilience capacity by providing insight on how adverse situations may be used as fuel for a victorious life will be discussed using restorative processes. The dynamics of being relational, restorative, and resourceful will be integrated in an intentional manner that will promote the power of resilience in the participant’s life. Participants will be equipped to push through the hard times of life as well as support others as they live out their journey.
8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., October 23, 2018
Maude Cobb Convention and Activity Center, 100 Grand Blvd., Longview, TX, 75601
Say Something Week - Circle Time
Say Something Week
Say Something Week - Make the Promise
National Night Out 2017
PACE SAVE Chapter 2189 at Teen Court BBQ
Lemon Drop Cupcakes
PT PACE SAVE Cupcake War Booth
PACE Summer STRONG Program Volunteers
PT PACE ALL IN
Principal Shalonda Adams was recently recognized on behalf of Pine Tree PACE Campus and Pine Tree SAVE Promise Club for participation in Sandy Hook Promise Organization SAY SOMETHING WEEK this past October 16th - 20th.
"I promise to do all I can to protect children from gun violence by encouraging and supporting solutions that create safer, healthier homes, schools and communities."
For more information on STAAR Parent Information Nights and STAAR Testing, please refer to your student's home campus web page.
National Night Out is celebrating it's 35th year of bringing communities together. This year's theme is "35 Years Neighbors Helping Neighbors." NNO is an annual event, held on the first Tuesday in October. The purpose it to unite neighbors and communities; encouraging neighborhood communication and watch programs, community involvement, and crime prevention in order to create safe neighborhoods.
PACE Campus is proud to announce the 3rd annual Pine Tree PACE National Night Out Party on Tuesday, October 2 from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.
The City of Longview NNO will be hosting a National Night Out Kick-off Party on Tuesday, September 4 at Maude Cobb from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. This year marks the 28th year that Longview has participated in NNO.
Teen Court’s Mission is to benefit our youth and community by providing alternative sentencing of minor juvenile offenses, allowing our youth to take responsibility for their actions, thereby reducing juvenile crime in our community. Once the youth has completed the Teen Court program the ticket will be dismissed and the fine will be dropped.
Teen Court is a legally binding alternative system of justice that offers young offenders an opportunity to make restitution for their offenses through community service, educational classes, and jury service. This allows them to avoid fines and sentences handed down by the criminal justice system. Teen Court tries Real Cases with Real Consequences. Teen Court is a "hands on" educational opportunity that allows both offenders and teen volunteers to better understand our system of justice.
Get In Touch
1701 Pine Tree Road | PO Box 5878 | Longview, Texas 75608
Phone: 903-295-5000 | Fax: 903-295-5004
Business Hours: Monday - Friday | 8:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.
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