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Organize, integrate, and support youth services
SUN (Schools Uniting Neighborhoods) uses the school as a community hub to organize and integrate social and support services for youth, families, and community members to promote educational success and family self-sufficiency. The school-based delivery sites house comprehensive services, including educational, enrichment, recreational, so...
To the Zoo
Mrs. Blair's class goes to the zoo
Mrs. Blair's class worked really hard in first grade and had a lot of fun! The zoo field trip in May brought their animal unit to life. They really encourage all students to read for 20 minutes every day over summer break!...
Haiku Alive at Japanese Garden
Nuno's class visited the Japanese Garden through the Haiku Alive program
Ms. Nuno's class visited the Japanese Garden through the Haiku Alive program. Japanese Garden volunteers taught our class how to write haiku poetry using our senses and experience the tranquility and joy of nature. We are looking forward to next year's poets!...
Classifying Animals
Studying animal traits, habitats, diets, and more
Ms. Alleman's class learned about 6 classifications of animals--from traits, to habitats, diets, and more. They studied the classifications of Birds, Mammals, Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles and Insects. The kids were able to see all of those animals at the zoo to conclude their animal unit....
Promoting 5th Graders
Sending a great group of 5th graders off to the middle school
We are sending a great group of 5th graders off to the middle school. We have had a great year getting to know each other, learning together, and having fun. We wish the class of 2023 the best in middle school and beyond! Warmly, Ms. Brown and Ms. Trowbridge...
Snow Day
Four Graders Take to the Snow
Fourth grade students in the middle of a snowshoe hike up near Mt. Hood somewhere on a trail behind the Mazama lodge. My class, as well as parents and other school and district personnel, raised about $4,000 so that we could go stay for a two night, three day field trip. It's called the "Mazama Mountain Science School" and the program is in i...
Lelooska Foundation
Feild trip studying northwest Native Americans
Field trip to the Lelooska Foundation in Ariel, Washington. This was taken while we were studying northwest Native Americans and is outside the museum on the property. The Leloosska family/foundation has been doing programs for students for at least 30 years. I know because I went there when I was in elementary school! It's just like I remember ...