Congratulations to Northshore’s middle and high school students who competed virtually in the 2021 North Puget Sound Regional National History Day Contest.
Congratulations to the 13 Northshore School District students who were named National Merit Finalists.
The Northshore Concert Hall at Inglemoor High School is expected to mark another major milestone by the end of the month by being dried in, meaning the full exterior of the building is expected to have a seal around it.
Ruby Bridges Elementary’s project team installed a Playground Communication sign on the school’s fully accessible playground during March.
Congratulations to Inglemoor senior Julianna “Juju” Barker who was named the Community MVP by Sounders FC Academy partners.
Northshore School District’s Early Childhood Education Programs are now enrolling eligible children, ages 3-5, for preschool.
Congratulations to the team of second grade students from Lockwood Elementary which was selected as one of the regional winners of the 29th annual ExploraVision program, the largest K-12 science competition designed to build problem-solving, critical thinking and collaboration skills.
As we prepare to welcome students back to buildings, we want to share important information about processes to ensure a successful transition, as well as changes to our free meals program.
Due to limited attendance at Pop Keeney and indoor venues, we are live streaming some athletic events. You can find all upcoming and previous events on our website.
Today our students in Elementary K-5, Head Start, Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program (ECEAP), Functional Skills and Academics and Adult Transition Program completed their first full week in the Stage 5 Learning Model status. I had an opportunity to visit multiple school buildings and was pleased to see that staff and students have settled in well with the safety protocols for in-person learning. I am also pleased that our students remaining remote enjoyed a robust learning week.