Did you know the state still does not fully fund K-12 education, including athletics, performing arts and other opportunities? Our district, like all others in the state, relies on local levies to fund learning, and bonds to fund building to make sure our students have spaces to learn.
Please join us for a community viewing of the English Language Arts (ELA) curriculum that was piloted this year in K-5 classrooms. Six different curricula will be on display for our community to view both in-person and virtually.
Innovation Lab, opened in the fall of 2020, is a place where students explore their passions while identifying their adult purpose. Students and teachers investigate new ways to engage in critical thinking, collaborate around interdisciplinary projects to creatively solve problems in their community and share their learning with others.
Each year, the Washington Music Educators Association (WMEA) selects outstanding musicians from Washington State to participate in All-State and Junior All-State performing groups.
The Northshore School Board of Directors unanimously adopted three resolutions to be presented to voters. Election regulations require the Board of Directors to appoint members to “Pro” and “Con” committees, who are willing to write statements for the local voters’ pamphlet.
Families will learn about how the i-Ready Assessment is used to create a personalized pathway of instruction for every student.
During the October 11 meeting, the Northshore School Board voted to place three funding measures on the Feb. 8, 2022 ballot. These three measures continue our work to build better together: modernizing schools, sustaining technology, and increasing opportunities.
The Northshore Concert Hall project located at Inglemoor High School continues to remain on schedule for completion in December.
Synthetic turf was installed this summer at Maywood Hills Elementary’s west playfield, replacing the sand-based playfield.