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Hannah stirs the taco meat on the stovetop in the Community Transitions classroom

Community Transitions culinary class benefits from Foundation grant

This school year brought some much-needed additions to the Community Transitions (CT) program in Bellingham Public Schools. Thanks to a $1,000 grant from the Bellingham Public Schools Foundation, “Tools for Culinary Arts Instruction at Community Transitions,” the CT culinary class now has enough supplies to teach basic cooking skills. With four sections of the class…

Barron and Co. representatives talked about their job opportunities

Connecting teens with local employers at the Teen Job Fair

Nearly 250 students attended the April 28 Teen Job Fair hosted by Bellingham Public Schools. According to Martha Zender, Sehome High’s High School & Beyond Coordinator and the job fair organizer, the event was successful in linking students with jobs. “We’ve received great feedback from the employers,” Zender said, “and students left with loads of…

Shuksan’s James Hayes honored as District One Coach of the Year

    Shuksan Middle School Wrestling Coach James Hayes has been named the Middle School Coach of the Year for District One during the recent winter season, recognized by the region’s high school coaches for his positive impact and commitment to students. The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) organizes the state into nine district regions,…

BHS senior Abigail Sorensen received the Phyllis Lawson CTE Scholarship in 2021

BHS senior receives CTE scholarship award

Bellingham High School senior Abigail (Abbie) Sorensen has received the Phyllis Lawson Scholarship from the Washington Association of Career and Technical Education Administrators (WACTA). She was one of 10 awardees in the state in 2021. The award honors outstanding service, leadership, knowledge and commitment to Career and Technical Education. Katie Owen, sports medicine teacher, nominated…