PEP

Information about PEP afterschool program
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REGISTER ONLINE NOW for the 2020-2021 school year!

 

About PEP

Pin@y Educational Partnerships at the Longfellow Elementary site strives to educate students to be more critically conscious about their identities, communities, and the world.  Through the teaching of Filipina/o American Studies, incorporating his/herstory, understanding identity and culture, we hope to introduce a gateway for students to begin and continue to critically love and engage in the world around them. By fostering a unique and creative learning space, students will ultimately be able to see themselves as agents of social change who are able to advocate hope, love and support to others.

ATING BARANGAY POEM

KAIBIGAN- We are friends who love each other

KASAMA- We learn and teach together

KAPWA- I am you and you are me

 BARANGAY- We are community

 

PEP Details

Staff

PEP Executive Director:  Dr. Roderick Daus-Magbual; Email: rod@pepsf.org

PEP Curriculum Director: Dr. Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales; Email: allyson@pepsf.org 

PEP Program Director: Dr. Arlene Daus-Magbual; Email: arlenedausmagbual@gmail.com

PEP Longfellow Coordinators:

Website: http://www.pepsf.org 

Ages: Kinder to 5th Grade organized into the following groupings:

  • K-1 Class
  • 2-3 Class
  • 4-5 Class

Hours : Mondays & Wednesdays, 2:40-4:00pm 

Calendar: Closure dates align with SFUSD Calendar

Location: Following the SFUSD guidelines we will be conducting our program online via Zoom. As guidelines ease, we plan to conduct our classes onsite at Longfellow Elementary

Cost: Free- but strongly encourage a $20 Donation/per child

Returning Back to Programming  during COVID

PEP will begin virtual after-school programming on August 17th.  We will continue virtual until further notice.

For more information, visit the PEP website: www.pepsf.org