According to Lancaster Campus Director Lisa, Latimer, “Our open houses are always open to the public and everyone is welcome. Also, all parents and prospective parents are welcome to visit every classroom, not just their child’s classroom. That way parents can see what’s happening in the classroom their child will be learning in next year and as they progress through the educational program."
For this open house, Pinecrest Lancaster has something special in store for parents and other guests. The entire school will be transformed into a Living History Museum and guests will be transported to Washington, DC’s National Mall as each classroom will become a living history museum with students taking part in special presentations in each room, designed especially for their guests. The ten classrooms will offer history lessons about dinosaurs, ancient Egypt, early American colonists, famous inventions, scientific discoveries, vintage Hollywood, the Aztec Empire, the Renaissance era, the history of math and books that shaped America.
More information is available by visiting the Pinecrest Schools website at http://www.pinecrestschools.com or by contacting Lisa Latimer at 661.723.0366.
ABOUT THE PINECREST SCHOOLS
The Pinecrest Schools were founded by Edna Mae Dye and her husband George, who moved to California from Iowa in 1948. The Dyes opened their first campus in Van Nuys in California in 1951 with the simple philosophy of providing an excellent education to as many young people as possible. The Dyes believed in growing with Southern California and serving the many new communities that came into existence throughout the area since the Pinecrest Schools were founded in 1951. Today, there are eight campuses throughout Southern California, including campuses in Canyon Country, Lancaster, Moorpark, Northridge, Thousand Oaks, Valencia, Woodland Hills and Simi Valley.
Lisa Latimer - Campus Director
2110 West Avenue K
Lancaster, CA 93536