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New academic year begins at PECS

Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School opened on August 10th, and we are providing a full array of services to our students.

These services include synchronous and asynchronous instruction and specialized instruction for students with individual plans.

The students are formally enrolled in the school, in their grade level, and in a teacher’s classroom.

Students receive daily, live instruction, attendance is recorded and monitored, and assignments are accessed and submitted via Google Classroom using the Clever Learning Management System.

Robust progress monitoring is provided and the students are receiving instruction through innovative teaching methods.

Guest contributor and PECS principal Tracy Downing (File photo)

The teachers are following a student-centered approach with a commitment to ensure that the individual needs of each child are met.

The home to school connection is strong, and our parents are committed to partnering with our teachers to support the educational process at home.

Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School exists to provide students, parents, and the Brighton Community with an instructional program that meets high standards of student academic achievement by providing a rigorous student oriented curriculum infused with the Seminole Language and Seminole Culture in an environment that is safe, nurturing, conducive to learning, and designed to preserve Seminole Tribe of Florida history and traditions.

Our students have a long standing history of performing well as evidenced by our school grades issued by the Florida Department of Education.

In 2019, when we were two separate schools, our middle school earned a grade of an ‘A’ and our elementary school earned a ‘B’.

We are currently operating as a Pre-K through 8th grade school.

It is our intent to continue this long standing history of top performance by providing our students with a learning model that is supported by our wonderful community of stakeholders that includes the parents, the tribe, and the Brighton Community.

Downing is the PECS principal.

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