As part of the weekend “Celebration ’18” event, each student was assigned to one of 10 “Superhero” groups. Each group is led by other students who encourage the members of their group through fun, faith-based activities. It’s a great opportunity for students to grow in their faith and to strengthen the bonds of the Pan Am community, while at the same time realizing that God is their true Superhero.
Nine of our Eagles 4H Club students competed in the Clothing & Textiles Competition on Sunday, March 11. Four students competed individually, and 5 competed as a team. The “Duds to Dazzle” team consisted of Julio Galvan, Oliver Iracheta, Omar Ortiz, Christian Pena & Marcos Uc, and they earned a 2nd place finish and will be advancing to the District Competition. Daniela Lara competed in the Fantastic Fashion Under $25 category, where she placed 1st and will advance to the District Competition. Angelita Mireles, Michaela Mireles, and Regina Cano competed in the Special Interest category placing 1st, 2nd & 3rd, respectively. Angelita will join Daniela and the team at the District Competition. Congratulations to these students!
PPAS students, Karen, Esteban, and Perla led worship at El Divino Salvador Presbyterian Church in Corpus Christi on Sunday, February 25.
Thirty-eight students enjoyed a weekend at Mo Ranch in Hunt, Texas as part of the Environmental Leadership Program. The weekend stressed teamwork, setting personal goals, spiritual growth, and, of course, fun. We are grateful to the Mo Ranch staff for making this opportunity possible for our students each year.
Due to the weather forecast, school will be cancelled for Wednesday, January 17. Students will have brunch at 11 a.m. and dinner at 5 p.m. Please stay warm!