High School Summer Activity Adventure

Join us on a adventure to find fun ways to keep learning in the summer months and maybe earn a surprise! Activities include cooking, going on a virtual field trip, creating a short play, journaling and more!

 

How to Play

  1. Continue to follow health and safety guidelines outlined by Washington State while completing activities.
  2. Choose activities from the board to complete (download a PDF version).
  3. Track the activities you’ve completed it and add up your points.
  4. Once you’ve completed 200 points worth of activities, complete our Activity Adventure form to share about your adventure! We do not require a copy of your board.

After your form is received, you’ll receive more information about how the Northshore Schools Foundation wants to celebrate and recognize students with a fun surprise!

 

Did you create something that you'd like to share? Send it to us!

 

Activities

  • 5 Points

Write a letter to someone you care about or to a leader about an issue that is important to you.

  • 10 Points

Create Your Own Activity!

  • 15 Points

Try to avoid using recreational technology for 24 hours (i.e. video games, television etc.).

  • 30 Points

Keep a physical activity log for 6 weeks.

  • 10 Points

Offer to lend a helping hand to a family member or neighbor.

  • 5 Points

Read a book from a new genre.

  • 5 Points

Draw/take a picture of nature and practice with shading, tones, light, etc.

  • 20 Points

Create a journal of new words with definitions you encounter via conversation and reading (in English and/or any other language you speak) for 6 weeks.

  • 5 Points

Take a walk outside (with adult permission)  and identify at least 3 species of birds.

  • 30 Points

Write/blog in a journal at least once a week for 6 weeks.

  • 10 Points

Write a story for future generations to read about what life was like in the spring 2020.

  • 5 Points

Learn to sing a new song or play a new song on an instrument and perform it for family or friends.

  • 15 Points

Identify a problem in your household, local community or global community. Learn more about the problem and research ways to take action.

  • 10 Points

Try cooking a type of food you typically do not eat or a dish from a culture you want to learn more about.

  • 15 Points

Learn about PRIDE and share what you learned with someone.

  • 10 Points

Interview two adults and ask how they use math in their everyday life.

  • 10 Points

Create a self-portrait that represents your identity (use any medium you have available).

  • 10 Points

Explore opportunities for after your High School graduation (i.e. research professions, take a virtual college tour, job shadow, interview a person you admire, etc.).