Pacific Beach Middle School — Tuesday, Sept. 24 (new date): Back to School Night, 5 p.m. Join students and tour PBMS, learn about the curriculum and expectations and meet PBMS teachers and staff, as well as other PBMS families.
Attention surfers and boogie boarders: Kids of all skill levels are invited to join the PB Locals, a surf team for sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders. Our purpose is foster the youth surf community through mentoring and instruction while cultivating competition surfing. The season starts soon. Contact Kathy Miller Gray at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Kate Sessions Elementary School — As Kate Sessions embarks on a new school year, the school welcomes all new families attending, including those from Bayview Terrace. The Sessions PTO meets once a month.
Pacific Beach residents are invited to attend Kate Sessions Dining Night Out on Wednesday, Sept. 18 at Kato Sushi and Chupacabras Taqueria on the corner of Cass and Garnet. Dine at one of these restaurants on that day and mention Kate Sessions, and a percentage of your check total will go to the fundraising efforts at Kate Sessions Elementary. Take out and delivery included. (www.katosus-hisd.com or www.chupacabras-taqueriasd.com). Don’t forget to mention Kate Sessions. Thanks to Kato Sushi and Chupacabras.
Pacific Beach Elementary School — Thursday, Sept. 12, 5:30 to 7 p.m., Back to School Night: Adults, come learn about your child’s curriculum for the 2013-14 school year.
Friday, Sept. 20, 5 to 7 p.m., Penguin Pride Night: free family event on the black top at PBE: hotdogs and lemonade for all. We will have a cakewalk, selling PBE T-shirts, tile painting and the kickoff of the Scholastic Book Fair.
Sept. 20-26: Scholastic Book Fair in the library
Sept. 24: Picture Day
Friends of Pacific Beach Secondary Schools — The next FOPBSS meeting is Wednesday, Sept. 25, 6 p.m. at the Mission Bay High library. We will discuss the Back to School Night events, progress in the stadium construction, removal of the portable classrooms, the Mandarin Chinese program, available positions, principal reports and the White Sea Bass Program.
Help Raise Funds for Mission Bay High and PB Middle — Sport Chalet: Shop at any Sport Chalet retail store or on SportChalet.com and enter your registered Action Pass number or sign up for a new Action Pass. You and Mission Bay High will each earn 3.33 percent back. Open a new action pass number at your local store or online at www.sportchalet.com/actionpassreg.
eScrip: Vons and Macy’s Shopping cards. Sign up with eScrip and earn $150 annually for PB Middle or Mission Bay High. It only requires a few minutes to register your grocery club card number and earn cash donations. Log onto www.eScrip.com and enter the group I.D. (MBHS 500000199), (PBMS 141983371). You can also register debit and credit cards and shop with participating eScrip merchants listed on the website www.eScrip.com.
Mission Bay Cluster News — Swing 4 Schools Golf Tournament. Shore Point Realty’s Alex Rojas is sponsoring the Swing 4 Schools Charity Golf Tournament and 100 percent of the proceeds benefit PB schools. It will be held at Riverwalk on Friday, Sept. 13. For more details and register online, visit spresd.com/ swing-for-schools-golf-tournament/. Thanks to Alex Rojas and Shore Point Realty.
Mission Bay High School Alumni Association — The MBHS Alumni Association presents the Seaside Farmers Market every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the MBHS Grand Avenue student parking lot. Enjoy unique artisans, delicious food, fresh produce and much more. 100 percent of the profits benefit MBHS.