The Pacific Horizon School District in California is using its resources to help children living in poverty.
The school district has installed a single room for kids who live in poverty in a vacant lot on its main campus.
The building is called the Pacific Horizon, and it is used for student living, transportation and other non-academic purposes.
The building also houses a kitchen for the school district’s cafeteria, and a bedroom for the district’s single mother.
The school district plans to turn the space into a library for kids and staff.
It has also installed an outdoor classroom.
The district has also created an after-school program for kids from the neighborhood.
The after-hour program has helped many students from the district reach school and get their daily classes completed, according to Superintendent Richard Sibig.
The district’s school division also has a mentoring program for students.
“This is a positive step in our community, but we want to make sure that the kids who are impacted don’t feel abandoned,” said Sibag.
The students are enrolled in the after-hours program.
The program is called “the library” and is run by a volunteer staff member.
The students are also getting the daily reading, writing and math instruction.
The program also provides tutoring to the kids and the staff members.
The kids learn new skills through activities like music, crafts, science and math, according in the school website.
Pacific Horizon is the first district in the country to create a program that serves students in need.
This is an innovative program that will be replicated throughout the state and across the country, said Sibur.
“It is a community-based program that is serving the needs of our students,” said David Kincaid, director of the Pacific Horizons Parent Program.
The teacher in charge of the after hours program said the school has made a huge difference for the kids.
“We have had a tremendous impact in terms of getting kids to learn,” said Kathy Stenzel.
“The kids are having fun and learning something that is meaningful to them.
They are really feeling at home.”
The district also has created a Facebook page for after- hours and after-day classes.
“I think that it is very exciting and very moving,” said Principal Mike Schreiber.
“We are able to give our students a safe place to learn in an environment that is safe and is welcoming.
I think that is really, really, very encouraging.
It is a way to really make sure these kids feel like they belong.”
The school also has added a new music program to its music curriculum, which includes classical music, jazz and blues.
“It’s really the best of what we have,” said Schreib.
“I think the kids are really excited about the program.”
The students have been getting support from the school, and the district has even been giving out scholarships.
The money is going toward transportation, clothing, meal expenses, and other expenses.
The staff member at the after school program said it is important that the district continues to work with students from other schools.
“There are kids that don’t get any support from their parents or their school.
That is not right.
We need to work together to make them feel welcome,” said Stenze.