Kids from the Pacoima Middle School Jazz Band were there, mainly, to compete.
What does PMS stand for?
PMS stands for Pacoima Middle School
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- Pradhan Mantri Rozgar Yojana (Indian employment program)
- Prime Minister's Rozgar Yojana (India)
- Martinique Socialist Party
- NAVSEA Program Manager
- PAC II Project Management System
- Pac Man Syndrome (song)
- Pacific Masters Swimming
- Pack My Suitcase
- Package Management System (computer software)
- Paesi Meno Sviluppati (Italian: Least Developed Countries)
- Pain Management Service (Australia)
- Paint Mixing System(s)
- Palmer Middle School (Kennesaw, GA)
- Palmetto Middle School (Miami, FL)
- Palms Middle School
- Pamper Me Softly, Inc.
- Pandora's Mighty Soldiers
- Pantone Matching System (color matching for publishing)
- Parallel Math School (Bangladesh)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Currently, LATM has mentoring programs in twelve middle schools throughout the Los Angeles metropolitan area, including: Charles Drew Middle School and Edwin Markham Middle School in Watts, Hubert Howe Bancroft Middle School in Hollywood, El Sereno Middle School in East Los Angeles, Mount Vernon Middle School in the Crenshaw-Wilshire District, Bret Harte Middle School in South Los Angeles, Pacoima Middle School in the San Fernando Valley, Robert E.
Arleta 5pm - 7pm Pacoima Middle School 8/12 4520 Sunset Blvd.
The four schools targeted in the Valley are all in Pacoima -- Arleta High School, Maclay Middle School, Pacoima Middle School and San Fernando High School.
Five percent of the students at Pacoima Middle School are classified as homeless.
Pacoima Middle School teacher Robert Nuranen found ``Prince of Egypt'' while perusing a box of family archives.
2) Alex Pardo holds a photograph at Pacoima Middle School on Friday that shows his brother Albert's release from the hospital, pictured alongside his father, Alexander.
Attending Pacoima Middle School, young Gutierrez withstood the typical razzing male ballet dancers often receive from classmates.