Washougal WA – As part of College and Career week at Gause Elementary, January 8-12, students participated in a variety of activities aimed at preparing students to think about graduation, careers and college. “As we work to ensure all students are college and career ready, our goal is to introduce students to careers early so… Continue Reading Gause Elementary students think about their future during College and Career Week
Super snack is available through federal funding under the Child and Adult Food Care Program Supper Program “This program is available to all students who are staying after school for any functions whether it’s academic help, sports or club meetings they can come grab a “Super Snack” after school as long as they stay on… Continue Reading Everett High’s super supper snack serves after-school students
Harshu Musunuri was regional finalist in 2017 Siemens Competition Computational and Experimental Design of MIP Nanoparticles: A Novel Theranostic Solution to Detect and Neutralize Endotoxins – that’s the title of Jackson High senior Harshu Musunuri’s research project. The depth and quality of her research secured her place as a regional winner of the Siemens Competition… Continue Reading Jackson High student earns $25,000 college scholarship
Becoming certified by Microsoft is no small task. After learning a software program and practicing a myriad of techniques you have 50 minutes to complete an online examination. You must earn a score of at least 700 out of 1,000 points. Six ninth-graders from Karen Coulombe’s computer applications classes at Cavelero Mid High School not… Continue Reading Lake Stevens’ Cavelero Mid High earns top spot in statewide Microsoft Certification Program
The Arlington High School (AHS) DECA program delivered food and other donations to families in need before the holidays. This is the 23rd year that DECA students have gathered donations for families. The students gathered donations at the Arlington Safeway and Wal-Mart from Nov. 17-Dec. 10. Community members donated 20,000 food items and $7,200 in… Continue Reading Arlington’s DECA club helps make holiday special for families
The Pre-Veterinary Technology class is one of many at the Pierce County Skills Center that is preparing students for college and careers after graduation. Learn more at www.pcskillscenter.org
Thanks to Evergreen Public Schools community partner DiscoverOrg employees, suppliers and colleagues for their financial and supply donations to the districts Family Community Resources Centers (FCRC’s). DiscoverOrg doubled their financial contribution from last year – donating $80,000 and tripled the supplies with 8,800 pounds collected. The donations will be distributed among the fourteen FCRC’s across the… Continue Reading Holiday Giving in Evergreen School District
First graders at Centennial Elementary love using their iPads to help them learn. Bethel’s Digital Learning initiative is funded by a Technology Levy that is up for renewal this year. Started in 2014, the levy has put iPads in the hands of every student in the district, K-12.