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Remembering Rwanda 4/8/19

This morning Pan Am students and staff gathered at the flag pole with their Rwandan classmates, wearing purple ribbons, in remembrance of the 25th anniversary of the genocide against the Tutsi (April 7, 1994). We prayed for the millions of people affected by the violence and gave thanks for the remarkable progress Rwanda has made as a nation since that dark time. Then, over lunch, six of our students shared a presentation with the student. We are grateful for our Rwandan students and their leadership on campus.
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PPAS Hosts College Fair 4/1/19

PPAS hosted its first College Fair on April 1, which was a huge success! Over 20 colleges and organizations were in attendance, and our juniors and seniors, along with students from 5 high schools in the local area had an opportunity to meet with representatives, gather information, and ask questions about the college admission process.
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Celebration 2019 - "This Is Our God"

Our mission of developing young Christian leaders is never more evident than during the annual “Celebration” event. The success of this event each year is due in large part to our energetic and creative student leaders. Students are organized into “family” groups, and each leader has the responsibility of talking about their own faith and helping other students develop in their personal faith journeys through a variety of fun activities.
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Students Attend Mo-Ranch Environmental Leadership Program

Thirty-four students enjoyed an amazing weekend at Mo-Ranch Retreat as part of the Environmental Leadership Program – a hands-on outdoor/environmental education program along the banks of the Guadalupe River in Hunt, Texas. The weekend stressed teamwork, setting personal goals, spiritual growth, and, of course, fun. We are grateful to the Mo Ranch staff for making this wonderful opportunity possible each year for our students.
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Top Honors in Essay Contest

PPAS seniors Priscila Escamilla and Rogelio Martinez received 1st and 2nd place honors (out of over 230 entries) in the 20th annual Kleberg-Kenedy County Soil and Water Conservation Senior Essay Contest. They received their awards at a special recognition banquet held on February 12, and both will now advance to the Area competition. Congratulations to Priscila and Rogelio for their hard work, and special thanks to PPAS teachers Yvonne Garza and Rick Saenz for accompanying these students at the banquet.
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Kleberg-Kenedy County Livestock Show 2/2/19

After months of hard work and countless hours preparing, our 4-H students had the opportunity to present their animals at the Kleberg-Kenedy Jr. Livestock Show last week. Out of 11 entries (10 lambs and 1 goat), eight qualified for the auction held on February 2. All of the students did a great job showing their animals, and Daniela Lara and Julio Galvan received Breed Champion and Reserve Breed Champion, respectively, in the South Down division. Christian Pena received Reserve Breed Champion in the Dorper division. And, our students received numerous 1st and 2nd places, ribbons and banners. Another successful show year in the books for our Eagles 4-H Club!
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"Once Upon a Teen" Clothing Market - Saturday, January 19, 2019

The “Once Upon a Teen” clothing market returned for the 3rd year on Saturday, January 19. Students had the opportunity to shop for a variety of items (i.e., jeans, jackets, sweaters, athletic wear, etc.) right here on campus. We are so grateful for volunteers from churches in the Dallas area who continue to make this fun event possible for our students.
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