PAC LEADERSHIP TEAM
Sponsor: Michele West
The purpose of the Pathways Academic Campus Leadership (PAC) Team is to develop character, leadership, self-discipline, academic excellence, and individual responsibility in each member, while maintaining high moral standards. It is the individual team members purpose to represent Pathways Academic Campus in a manner that will reflect credit upon the school, as well as upon the members of this organization. Members will participate in a variety campus and community projects to include campus blood drive, food drive, making a difference day, HEB Feast of Sharing, campus fund raisers, and leadership conferences, and other charitable projects as determined by the PAC Leadership team.
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PAC EVENTS COMMITTEE
Sponsor: Andrea Jackson
The purpose of the Pathways Academic Campus (PAC) Events Committee is to foster and encourage morale, and camaraderie in such a diverse environment. To develop leadership skills, self-discipline, and individual responsibility in each member, while maintaining high moral and ethical standards. It is the individual team members purpose to represent PAC in a manner that will reflect credit upon the school, as well as upon the members of this organization. Membership may be terminated at any time for unacceptable standards of conduct.
Members will participate in community & campus service projects, collaborate with the counselors, PAC Leadership Team, PAC Ambassadors, campus departments and Communities in School (CIS) events (such as red ribbon week activities, blood & cancer drives and food bank donations), College and Career Readiness (CCMR) events, United Way Café, PAC Pancake Dinner, PAC Kickball tournament, Senior Awards Ceremony, and fundraisers to sell PAC t-shirts, fundraiser nights at local restaurants, and community donations to help raise money for the Pathways Hands to the Future Scholarship.
Director: DeVaughn Allen
To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. The focus for the students at Pathways is participation in the following outcome areas:
Give students the opportunity to practice and develop skills needed to succeed in school and pursue post-secondary education.
(*Diplomas2Degrees, Image Makers, National Fine Arts Exhibit, Money Matters)
Assist students in developing their capacity to engage in positive behaviors to nurture their well-being through setting personal goals while growing into self- sufficient adults. (*Triple Play)
4Character and Leadership
4Character and Leadership
Assist students in becoming responsible, caring citizens while developing leadership skills through opportunities for planning, decision-making, and community engagement. (*Youth of the Year)
Students can also receive assistance with FASFA and scholarship applications.
Memberships are FREE and include a daily snack after-school.