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!
Weird and wonderful! Inspired creativity in Playwriting and Technical Theater enrichment class!
The Coho kids had fun making silly 100th day glasses!
The Ravens class (ages 9-11) introduced the Chinook class (ages 7-9) to the game, Roll to a Whole, that relates decimals to fractions. The two classes had many scholarly conversations.
These gorgeous bags will soon be available for purchase. The Raven Class made block prints in Wilderness Explorations and used them to print on organic cotton totes. This is part of the class’ endeavor to raise funds for our multi-day, overnight adventure to the Mount Rainier Institute in the spring. Through this effort the class has learned about the basics of business finance – cost, price point, profit etc… We’ve naturally integrated math; working with decimals, percentages, multi-layered problems in a relevant and meaningful way. Stay tuned for sales of these tote bags and our other fundraising efforts in the next couple of months!