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Temecula Preparatory School donated $771 to  Pennypickle’s Museum in Temecula after a recent fundraiser.
Temecula Preparatory School donated $771 to Pennypickle’s Museum in Temecula after a recent fundraiser.
A kindergarten student at Temecula Preparatory School builds creations with Lego blocks.
A kindergarten student at Temecula Preparatory School builds creations with Lego blocks.

Temecula Preparatory School donates funds to Pennypickle’s Museum


Friday, June 13th, 2014
Issue 24, Volume 18.
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TEMECULA –Temecula Preparatory School (TPS) held its first annual fundraiser for Pennypickle’s Workshop, the Temecula Children’s Museum, on May 24.

Friends of the Temecula Children’s Museum Ambassador Jami McNees stopped by to receive the check for $771. This money was raised by TPS students to support Pennypickle’s Workshop, which is a local, educational science discovery center.

In addition, Temecula Preparatory School’s Kindergarten class took its annual field study trip to Pennypickle’s as it engages children in science through sensory play which helps students to grasp high level scientific concepts such as gravity, electricity, motion, and sound

waves.


 

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