What is the Parent Advisory Council?

The PAC was created to help support the role of parents and the school as equal partners in children’s education. The primary purpose of the PAC is to empower parents to inspire and assist their children in achieving their educational goals.


PAC Summer Activity Guide

(All activities are FREE unless otherwise noted in the description)

  • Albany Park Library
  • Kids Museum Passport
  • Ravinia Lawn Tickets
  • North Park Community Market
  • Chicago Park District
  • North Park Village Nature Center
  • Peterson Park
  • Eugene Field Park
  • River Park
  • Gompers Park
  • Jensen Park
  • Ravenswood Manor Playlot Park
  • Independence Park
  • Welles Park
  • West Ridge Nature Preserve
  • Northeastern Illinois University
  • North Park University Sports Camps
  • AYSO Soccer Camps
  • Kids College Summer Camp
  • Ravenswood Farmers Market
  • Around the World Summer Arts Camp
  • Messy Mini Masters
    Lincoln Square Summer Concert Series
  • Whealan Pool & Aquatic Center
  • Women's Association Forum
  • Front Porch Concert Series
  • Free Museum Days
  • Museums For All Program
  • Money Museum at the Federal Reserve
  • The Artist’s Studio at The Art Institute
  • Garfield Park Conservatory
  • Maggie Daley Park
  • Millennium Park
  • Chicago Beaches
  • Lincoln Park Zoo
  • Geocaching around the city
  • The 606 Trail
  • Summer Movie Express - $1 Movies
  • Historic Wagner Farm
  • Arlington Race Track Family Days
  • Skokie Sports Park
  • Emily Oaks Nature Center
  • Exploritorium
  • Skokie Park District Events
  • Proesel Park Summer Concert Series
 

Upcoming Social Emotional Learning Night

Do you have difficulty with your child refusing to come to school?  Do you want to learn what might be "red flags" that show your child might benefit from professional help?  Do you want to learn about the new Second Step curriculum or what support exists in the middle school at Peterson?  Do you want to find out about resources in our community? 

Please plan to join us for our first-ever Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Night next Thursday, March 22nd from 5:15-7:00 p.m.  We will have information about what kids are learning and experiencing at Peterson as well as a number of organizations sharing their expertise. 

A free dinner and door prizes will begin at 5:15 - please enter through the Cafeteria.  Mr. Coleman and Ms. Martino will provide a brief overview of the counseling program at Peterson, and then breakout sessions will begin at 5:55.  Both Arabic and Spanish interpreters will be available at the event.

Who: All Peterson Parents and Caregivers
What: SEL Night
When: Thursday, March 22nd at 5:15 p.m.
Where: Peterson School Cafeteria
Why: To eat a delicious dinner and learn about Peterson's SEL program with other parents and administrators.

 

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