A new school year begins at The Bridge School and the Raven class looks forward to an academically rigorous year. Students are off to a great start learning about the scientific method, practicing observation skills using their five senses, starting Keyboarding Without Tears, and participating in our readers workshop.
Seahurst is so magical with the Coho class! Creature discoveries, shadow investigations, creating art from nature, water play, problem solving and moving!
The school is getting fit and fundraising at the same time with Miles for May – our annual month long running event. Every Thursday in May we head to Lake Burien School Park and run or walk laps before lunch. We keep track of each quarter mile lap – the kids’ enthusiasm during this has been amazing!
The Chinook class overnighted at Camp Long together for a shared class experience. Camping, climbing and enjoying time together!
The Raven class went to the library to get a primer lesson on research.
Our Bridge School students helped install three Vine Maple trees in honor of Arbor day at the Arbor and Earth Day celebration at Mathison Park hosted by Burien Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services: https://www.facebook.com/burienparks/posts/10155491615498061
Fun projects in the Art Mash-Up explorations class! Watercolor pen + salt pieces, and melted wax creations.
Our cooperative school is successful because of the parents who dive in to help in a variety of ways. The Coho class is able to explore Seahurst beach every Wednesday thanks to parent support and dedication. We’ve been learning about the various birds that call Seahurst home. A parent with knowledge and passion has been taking the time to share her knowledge with the class over the past few weeks. We appreciate our dedicated parents so much!
Games, adventure and making observations of how weather has changed the landscape over the winter season.
Weird and wonderful! Inspired creativity in Playwriting and Technical Theater enrichment class!