Stevenson PACT Elementary School Overview
Stevenson PACT Elementary School, a public K-5 school in Mountain View Whisman School District (MVWSD), has been leading the region as a model for progressive education for the last 20 years and has been located at the Stevenson site since 2009. Focused on teaching the whole child, our teaching methods expand your child's educational process in innovative ways through project-based learning, offsite/experiential learning, and robust co-curricular programs such as garden, cooking, and Arts Focus.
As a Choice school, Stevenson PACT accepts students from all neighborhoods within the district, adheres to all California educational standards, and conforms to all public funding and staffing requirements. MVWSD presently does not allow inter-district transfers into Stevenson PACT.
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Started originally as the PACT Program, Stevenson PACT Elementary School is founded on the idea of the parent, child, teacher partnership. On one hand, dedicated teachers and administrators create and execute an alternative, integrated, developmental curriculum. Read more about:
On the other hand, parents support teachers and contribute their interests and talents through classroom and community volunteering. Parents participation in their children's education is key to their success. Stevenson PACT parents help to enrich the curriculum and support the school's philosophy, applying the principles learned in Parent Ed both inside and outside of the classroom. Read more about parent engagement.
At Stevenson PACT, we believe that by utilizing a developmental approach grounded in hands-on education, students will realize their full potential as independent thinkers, life-long learners, and responsible citizens.