Interested in gaining real-world experience and earning credit towards a degree while in high school? Learn about your options at the Career & College Readiness Open House! You'll hear first-hand from instructors and current students about our many different offerings.
During this community event we will help remove the stigma around mental health and discuss tools for seeking help and coping with a stressful world. This event will feature interactive discussions, student voices and a film preview. The event is scheduled for January 30 at the Northshore Performing Arts Center from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm.
Progress continues at the Skyview and Canyon Creek expansion project. In December, furniture was installed in the flexible use main building and inspections are expected to be complete in January. Landscaping for the site is ongoing.
Ruby Bridges Elementary, formerly Elementary #21, was officially named on Dec. 9 by the Northshore School Board. The project continues to progress both inside and out.
Northshore School District’s School Board selected, approved and announced the name for Elementary #21: Ruby Bridges Elementary at the Dec. 9 board meeting.
Congratulations to all fall sport student athletes for their accomplishments throughout the season. Below are highlights of student and team successes!
Sue Freeman, a Northshore volunteer and former parent in the District, was recognized as the Human Services Champion of the Year by the North Urban Human Services Alliance (NUHSA) at the organization’s annual awards program held on Dec. 3 at Shoreline City Hall.
Elementary #21’s campus is quickly taking shape. In November, site prep work for the playground area was initiated, the athletic field marked 90% completion and permanent light poles were installed at the roundabout.
The Skyview and Canyon Creek expansion project is making notable strides toward completion. The contractor is nearly complete with the process of commissioning in the flexible use main building.
Well, this week I feel more like a duck than most any recent week I can think of this winter, flippers and all. Such slashing rain that is drenching us and saturating our foliage. It certainly makes walking the dogs a thrilling experience.