PACE's after school programs promote learning.
AFTERSCHOOL @ TOBIAS
**Now Open to non-Tobias Students too!**
Monday - Friday / after school till 6pm
options are available for Mandarin only, pickup at 5pm and pickup at 6pm
725 Southgate Avenue (Marjorie Tobias Elementary School)
Daly City, CA 94015
Enrollment Open to All Students
Students do not have to attend Tobias Elementary School to attend.
Please inquire about possible pickup options.
Developing Verbal Fluency
Immersion style of instruction excites students to learn Mandarin by teaching them about Chinese culture in a fun and interactive way.
Engaging and proactive native English speaking teachers, assist students with understanding homework
PACE Learning Center is excited to offer families of Daly City an after school program that includes Mandarin instruction, homework help, and additional academic enrichment.
Enrollment in the Tobias Chinese School is open year round and we warmly welcome ALL students, grades K-5.
1:40 - 3:00pm | Cultural Activity (Wednesdays Only)
3:00 - 4:00pm | Mandarin Class (Beg Lvl 1 & Int Lvl 1)
Snack & Recreation
4:00 - 5:00pm | Mandarin Class (Beg Lvl 2 & Int Lvl 2)
Snack & Recreation
5:00 - 6:00pm | Homework Help & Academic Enrichment
*note our program starts at 12:30pm on minimum days and there is no program on non school days, as we follow the Jefferson School District Instructional Calendar
Monday - Thursday 2-5pm
1530 43rd Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94122
Everyday Mandarin focuses on the immersion style of instruction while using Western teaching methodologies. The goal is to excite students to learn Mandarin in a fun and interactive way. Activities like role-playing, peer learning and team building add purpose and a social setting to practice and reinforce Mandarin. Chinese culture, art and history is incorporated into the curriculum.
The emphasis of the program is focused on building a strong Mandarin verbal foundation. Immersion, purpose, repetition and positive reinforcement is used to develop Mandarin verbal confidence in students. Our program follows the Zhongwen curriculum written by the College of Chinese Language and Culture, Jinan University. Upon completion of the Advanced level 2 class which uses the 5th book in the series, students will be prepared for SFUSD’s 6th grade Mandarin.
The Everyday Mandarin program believes that earning needs to extend beyond the classroom. Weekly homework will be assigned. Resources will be available online for parents to follow and support their child’s efforts to learn Mandarin. Monthly meetups for parents with our Mandarin teachers are recommended to learn and practice speaking Mandarin.
We look forward to developing your child’s Mandarin fluency.