Our Stories

NSD volunteer Sue Freeman speaking at NUHSA ceremony

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 exterior

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.

National Board Certified Teachers logo

Congratulations to the 13 Northshore educators who successfully renewed their National Board Certification. To remain certified, they must submit new work for review by The National Board for Professional Standards, which, upon approval, validates that National Board Certified Teachers (NBCTs) are continuing to teach to the highest standards in the nation.

Trauma kits - scissors, dressings, combine pad

Efforts are being made throughout the District to be prepared for all types of emergencies, such as earthquakes and other natural disasters, active threats and hazardous environments.




Superintendent's Blog

Thursday Thoughts: Ruby Bridges Elementary, Community Coding, 1:1 Computers and More

What another great week. It is hard to believe that it is already the middle of December!! The winter concerts and activities are in full swing. I have been so enjoying getting out and hearing the student musicians as they share their many gifts (last night’s concert at Northshore MS was amazing ;>) !!  The schools and streets are alive with a festive energy as we await winter. I for one can wait a bit for any more inclement weather ;>) As these days get shorter, it is wise to remember: “The joy of life comes from our encounters with new experiences, and hence there is no greater joy than to have an endlessly changing horizon, for each day to have a new and different sun.” -- Christopher McCandless (1968-1992)