Ruby Bridges Elementary is in its final months of construction, as it is set to open for the 2020-21 school year. In June, the school received a temporary certificate of occupancy.
The Skyview & Canyon Creek Expansion Project will be complete by mid-July.
Congratulations to the Northshore students who participated virtually in nationals for the National History Day Contest. There were three national finalists from Northshore!
Our district has a number of resources to support families during the summer months. These include online summer enrichment and learning resources, community assistance resources, and free summer meals.
While the Class of 2020 concluded their chapter with Northshore School District and now begins their next journey to college, career or gap years, one graduate, Woodinville’s Kai Cavan, plans to enter the United States Air Force Academy and begins boot camp this week.
Congratulations to Greg Lowell, Inglemoor High School’s head boys basketball coach and Scott Bullock, Woodinville High School’s head girls basketball coach who were both recognized by the Pacific Northwest Basketball Officials Association (PNBOA) as ambassadors!
Congratulations to Shelton View third grader Keshav Beegala who finished at the top of the scoreboard for third graders in the virtual state chess tournament last month.
Our summer meal program begins Wednesday, July, 1, 2020 and will run through August 13, 2020.
With more than 1,500 students graduated from the Northshore School District this year, the District recognizes each students’ sacrifice, resilience and optimism in the face of adversity.
I trust this note finds each of you enjoying a fabulous summer week. As this is our first full week of July, I feel it is safe to say we are in full summer swing ;>) In thinking about all of the opportunities that await us in the coming days, I am reminded of the thoughtful words shared many years ago by a coaching colleague of mine, former WSU basketball Coach George Raveling; “It is incredibly difficult to recognize that the way we achieved something yesterday may not be the way to achieve it tomorrow.”