Parents Active in Cooperative Education

PACE at Lockwood

PACE stands for Parents Active in Cooperative Education.
We are a choice program offered through the Northshore School District. PACE is a program of enrichment – it is not a remedial, gifted, nor accelerated program. The program is committed to an enriched learning environment, emphasizing active participation of parents, innovative teaching techniques, and creating a partnership of teachers, parents, and students.

You are an important GEAR to this machine we call PACE. It is your support and generosity, as well the dedication of our PACE teachers and PACE parents that allows for our program to be successful.

We are fortunate to be surrounded by an amazing, supportive community
 Thank You Very Much” 
to all companies and individuals that donated their goods and services to our auction and to all those whose purchases made our auction a success!

Interested in PACE at Lockwood for your student
in the 2021-2022 School Year?

If you missed our information night, the recorded session is available for you to view.  The link requests you to register your contact information so we can follow up with you to answer any questions.
Link to recorded PACE at Lockwood information night.

PACE is excited to offer remote tours this year!  Remember to complete your application for PACE you must attend one of our tours.  Please sign up for a tour: SIGN-UP LINK

Upcoming Tours:
April 3, Saturday, 10:00 a.m.
May 11, Tuesday, 7:00 p.m.
June 2, Wednesday, 7:00 p.m.
June 29, Tuesday, 7:00 p.m.
July 9, Friday, 10:00 a.m.

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PACE is a program of enrichment: not a remedial, gifted, or accelerated program

Pace at Lockwood

1 week 5 days ago

A huge thank you to all who supported this year’s auction! Please take a enjoy this video of thanks~

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1 week 6 days ago

A reminder from LW regarding new NSD’s safety protocols:
Hybrid students MUST complete a DAILY Health Check form BEFORE coming to school- EVERY DAY your student is on campus.
The Student Health Check form is available by logging into ParentVUE.
If you have never used ParentVUE, you will need to request an activation key from your school. For any other technical support requests please complete this form:
Families who cannot access ParentVUE can download and print the Health Check form and send it with their student(s) to school. The form is also available in other languages at:

Pace at Lockwood

3 weeks 1 day ago

Do you know a volunteer or educator who deserves to be recognized? You're invited to nominate them for an award! Lockwood PTA is accepting nominations in three categories:
The Golden Acorn Award recognizes a volunteer for their dedication and service to children and youth.
The Outstanding Advocate Award recognizes an individual who has demonstrated a commitment to helping create strong policies for the health, welfare, safety, or education of children and youth.
The Outstanding Educator Award recognizes an educator who has made significant contributions to enhance the educational outcomes of children and youth. An educator may be defined as a teacher, assistant, specialist, support staff, administrator or community member.
Nominations will be accepted through Tuesday, May 4th. Awards will be presented virtually at the May 18th PTA General Meeting.

You may submit your nominations on the Google form here:

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Pace at Lockwood

3 weeks 2 days ago

3rd & 4th grade families: This Wednesday 3/24 at noon is our last Learn at Lunch. Please join us if you can! Your student should have a link in their schedule that day. It’s been great to see so many of you during these virtual visits! If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Thanks!

Info about the field trip~
The Homestead Act of 1862 had far reaching impacts on the United States including western expansion, immigration, and technological innovation. The impacts of the Act also extended to those American Indians who already called the West home. The American bison or “buffalo” was sacred to many American Indian tribes. The animals played an integral part in all aspects of daily life. In this lesson a park ranger will use real parts of the buffalo to examine the different ways American Indian tribes utilized the sacred animal.

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3 weeks 5 days ago

Down to the FINAL 15 minutes!
The PACE Spring Online Auction is almost done. Time to get bids in for those items you've been eyeing. Don't let them get away!

There are experiences, food, coffee, wine and gift baskets- even for the dog! So check it out, bid on something for yourself, your family, your friends..and good luck!
Funds raised benefit PACE at Lockwood as well as our wonderful teachers and greater Lockwood community.
Bidding closes Fri, March 19th @ 10:00 pm PST.
Auction link: