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Philadelphia Academy Charter2018-09-18T10:19:39+00:00

Philadelphia Academy Charter School’s Comprehensive Plan was developed through the collaborative efforts of the planning committee, which was comprised of administrators, teachers, parents, and community members. The Comprehensive Plan contains goals, strategies, and action plans that will guide the district through the next three years. If you have any suggestions for the Comprehensive Plans, please contact Megan Simmons, at 215-673-3990, or by email at msimmons@k12pacs.org.

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School Progress Award Ceremony

Dr. William Hite, Superintendent of the Philadelphia School District, and Mayor Jim Kenney invited our CEO, Anna Marie Siegmann to an awards celebration today at Potter Thomas School. Mrs. Brody and Mrs. Adams accompanied Mrs. Siegmann to accept an award on behalf of Philadelphia Academy Charter Elementary School (PACS). The Leading the Way Award was presented to Mrs. Siegmann for the progress the school has made over the last year based upon our students’ results in standardized testing. This honor indicates that when compared with similar schools in Philadelphia, PACS exceeds student progress levels. Philadelphia Academy Charter K-8 program is recognized as a Peer Leader in the Philadelphia Community. Mrs. Siegmann proudly accepted this award on behalf of the hard-working teachers, students and administrators. Our strong parental partnership allows us to continue to make great strides in the education of our students.

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Click Here to access the English Language Learners Policy.
In 1987, Congress passed the Stewart B. McKinney Homeless Assistance Act, (subsequently renamed the. McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act) to aid homeless persons. The Act defines the term “homeless children and youths” as individuals who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence.

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Board Meetings

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are located on the Board page by clicking here

PAC Advisory Council
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  • Home and School
  • Home and School Meeting Dates

are located on the Parent’s page, under the Parent Group option by clicking here

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Fundraising

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