Pace Summer Programs will be back in action in the coming weeks, and there’s still time to register. Rising fifth through eighth graders are invited to take part in an introduction to debate June 8-12, and there’s still space for children entering kindergarten through fourth grade to participate in the Net Generation tennis camp June 22-26.     

In addition to on-campus, in-person programs, Pace Summer Programs is providing more than 55 virtual programs for grades kindergarten through 12. Spread over a 10-week period, these virtual camps offer something for everyone. 

Learn more about Pace Summer Programs’ commitment to health and safety and register at

On May 27, Pace faculty and staff members gathered for their final faculty meeting of the 2019-纬来体育官网 school year. During the meeting, Head of School Fred Assaf saluted longtime Lower School teacher Sally Forb (pictured), who will retire following 43 years at Pace. An in-person celebration for Forb is in the works for fall. 

Assaf also announced the recipients of Pace’s highest faculty honors. First-grade teacher Bailey Greer received the Lower School Kessler Excellence in Teaching Award; Middle School math teacher Andy Lopuszynski received the Middle School John Anderson Excellence in Teaching Award; and Helen Smith received the Upper School Kessler Excellence in Teaching Award, making her the only Upper School teacher to earn the award twice. 

In addition, Assaf recognized fifth-grade teacher Laurie Elliott for her 30 years of service to the school, and he acknowledged Lower School Director of Student Life Barbara Scott and Upper School math teacher Krista Wilhelmsen for their 20 years at Pace. Upper School science teacher Ben Ewing ’06 received the Lolly Hand Schoolkeeper Award. Congratulations and thank you, teachers! 

Four Upper School students join an elite group of scholars from across the state as 纬来体育官网 Governor’s Honors Program finalists (GHP).

Following nomination and intensive application processes, sophomore Kargil Behl (mathematics) and juniors Isabel Battista (world languages), Darren Rosing (communicative arts) and Harley Ryan (world languages) were selected to participate in the academic, cultural and social enrichment program. 

Due to COVID-19, the residential summer program will not take place as scheduled, but plans are underway to publically honor finalists. “These finalists are our future leaders, and we celebrate and encourage their continued educational growth,” said Governor Brian Kemp.  

When students, faculty and staff return to school in August, they will enjoy food prepared by Flik, our new food-service partner.

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Learn more about Flik and its commitment to Pace.

On May 20, Head of School Fred Assaf and Board of Trustees Chair Elizabeth Correll Richards hosted a fourth “State of the School” meeting to thank all members of the Pace community for their patience, flexibility, creativity and support during the remote-learning period.

During the meeting, Assaf and Richards outlined Pace’s plan to return to school in person in August, discussed protocols the school will put in place to ensure safety, previewed virtual Summer Connections programs and reviewed plans for celebrating the Class of 纬来体育官网.

If you missed the presentation, you can watch it here or on the Pace Health page of our website.