PSV: 3rd/4th Grade Social Pod (Invention Convention)
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About The Event
Become engineers, designers and resilient innovators with the help of Pasadena Party Patrol! Explore famous African Americans whose inventions have changed the worlds of medicine, technology, and transportation. Participate in a weekly challenge using recyclable materials from around your home to create inventions and engineered constructions. Collaborate with peers and create a project board, conduct research, and share ideas.
Students will work together in big and small groups to facilitate commingling and to build connections. In that light, please try to be available for all three classes and please plan to have your video on for the activity in order to participate fully.
Meet the instructors --
About Alycia Brown, Pasadena Party Patrol: Alycia Brown is the Director of the After School and Summer Program at Chandler School with over 19 years experience creating innovative and stimulating extended day and summer programming. She also serves as the Co-DEI Director and was on the team to establish the school’s first affinity groups in the middle school and introduced successful lower school social opportunities for black students. Alycia is also a proud mother of a private school student and represents PSV to her school community as a parent ambassador. Alycia established Pasadena Party Patrol over 10 years ago and specializes in children’s event entertainment and virtual celebrations. Her interest in continued partnership with Private School Village is driven by the commitment to build community inside and outside the school walls. Learn more about Pasadena Party Patrol at www.pasadenapartypatrol.com.
About Whittney Rooks: Whittney Rooks is an actor, director, non-profit organizer and facilitator, and youth educator. She holds her degree in Performance and brings with her a multitude of embodied practices and rituals for self-expression. As a youth educator, she has trained teams of teachers and camp counselors on the importance of playing games, attuning to the needs of your students, and cultivating a culture of creativity for healthy minds and bodies. Hailing from the small town of Centre, Alabama, Whittney grew up understanding the responsibility she had to her community and having reverence for the many ways we take care of each others’ well-being.
- 3rd & 4th Grade Pod Series$20$200$0