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PHS Alumna Visit: Irene Schreier Scott

This past week, Presidio Hill School was honored to host a truly special guest, Irene Scott, who attended PHS from 1939 to 1941 after fleeing Vienna as a Jewish refugee. Irene, now 94 years old, and her daughter Monica visited PHS, providing our 8th-grade students with a unique opportunity to hear personal stories from an era in history that they are currently studying.

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Happy May Festival!

One of Presidio Hill School's longest-standing traditions is our May Festival, a vibrant annual event that has been a highlight since the 1950s. This festive gathering, held on the first Sunday of May, is a testament to our community's commitment to celebrating our history and fostering connections among students, families, and staff.

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We are excited to announce that PHS 6th Grade Humanities Teacher, Dr. Lina Lenberg, is featured in the latest episodes of the "Human Rights Education NOW!" podcast. Lina utilizes her extensive experience as a classroom teacher and human rights educator in her discussions in Episodes 29 & 30 of the podcast (see below)

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PHS 2nd Grade Teacher, Leah Nelson, Featured in PEN Magazine!

This year, Leah crafted a unit that chronicles her December walking tour of El Polin with the Ohlone Sisters. This unit is designed to align with our school's Social Justice and Sustainability Standards. Leah's project reflects her commitment to incorporating Indigenous experiences into the second-grade curriculum. She shared about her noteworthy work, which was recently featured in the Winter PEN journal.

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