Education Notebook: Taste of North PB Restaurant Walk set for April 10
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Barnard Elementary student David V examines a three-dimensional ‘pi’ made on the school’s 3-D printer at Barnard’s annual science night.
Barnard Elementary student David V examines a three-dimensional ‘pi’ made on the school’s 3-D printer at Barnard’s annual science night.
Mission Bay High

- Mission Bay High School International Baccalaureate marine science teacher Steve Walters received the California Science Alliance 2019 Climate Adaptation Leadership Award for his commitment to working collaboratively with his students and the community to advance climate-resilient solutions and safeguard San Diego's natural resources. Presented by Scripp's Institution of Oceanography's Dr. Amber Pairis, the award was presented at the 2019 San Diego Climate Summit, which featured local researchers and climate leaders sharing key insights from California's 4th Climate Change Assessment and The San Diego Regional Report.


Pacific Beach Middle

- The next PBMS tour will take place 8 a.m. Thursday, April 4. Sign in at the front office and then gather in the media center to meet Principal Meng and IB coordinator Jennifer Sims to hear about the selection of programs offered at PBMS. A tour will take place after the presentation. 

Pacific Beach Elementary

- New student registration hours at PB Elementary for the 2019-20 school year are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., in the PBE front office.

- FOPBE will present "A Night at the Speakeasy," at Marina Village on April 26, from 6 to 11 p.m. Come enjoy a night full of fun, food, entertainment, and fundraising. Buy tickets and/or make a donation at Thank you for supporting Pacific Beach Elementary – a night celebrating the Roaring '20s awaits.

Barnard Elementary

- The school’s auditorium was filled with more than 200 students and their families engaging in fun and interactive science activities. This year’s theme, “The Science of Magic,” revealed that simple scientific concepts can be observed and implemented anywhere, anytime, and with magical results. Parent volunteers joined experts from the Fleet Science Center, Point Loma Nazarene University, the Audubon Society, the League of Extraordinary Scientists, and the San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research to bring 18 hands-on science stations to the event. Participants recreated the phases of the moon using Oreo cookies, visualized the DNA of a living organism by looking at its banding patterns on a gel, created electricity using simple materials like magnets and copper, and so much more. “The best part of science night was when we shrunk marshmallows in a vacuum chamber,” said first grader David V., who spent half his time at science night at the PLNU vacuum chamber station. “It was like magic because we turned the marshmallow big and small." 

Crown Point

- "Seas the Night" dinner and silent auction will take place 5 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, May 11 at the Mission Bay Yacht Club. To purchase tickets, visit


- The Taste of North PB Restaurant will be held on Wednesday, April 10, 5 to 8 p.m. Join the community in sampling delicious food from restaurants in north Pacific Beach and enjoy student art and music from local musicians along your walk. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for children ages 5-10 years old and can be purchased at MBHS, PBMS, PB Elementary, Leilani's Cafe, Pernicano's Pizza House, and Java Earth Cafe. Tickets will be available the night of the event at the Turquoise Animal Hospital. All contributions benefit FOPBSS to help enhance programs at local PB public schools. 

- FOPBSS thanks its neighborhood sponsors: Cafe Bar Europa, Chocolate Haus, Chronic Smoothies, Fig Tree Cafe, The Fishery, French Gourmet, Gallery at Land's End, Gelson's, Hot or Not Thai, Java Earth Cafe, Leilani's Cafe, Oscar's Mexican, Pacific Beach Certified Auto, Pernicano's Pizza House, Second Nature, Turquoise Animal Hospital, Woodstock's Pizza, and 7-Eleven.
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