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Whatcom students pick kale for their school salad bar

Garden-to-Cafeteria produce served on salad bars after Slow Food USA spring visit

Last school year, Bellingham Public Schools was selected to participate in a garden-to-cafeteria pilot program through Slow Foods USA along with three other districts nationwide. Andrew Nowak, director of the National School Garden Program of Slow Food USA, visited Whatcom Middle School and their school garden in the spring to review a draft of the…

Sehome High School Wins 2017-18 WIAA Scholastic Cup for 2A

Sehome High School athletics is the 2017-18 Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) Scholastic Cup champion for 2A classification. Sehome was awarded 1,435 points, nearly 300 points more than Selah High School, who came in second. Bellingham High School also achieved an exceptional score, coming in third out of 62 high schools with 1,105 points. The…

Squalicum Unified Sports Basketball team winter 2018

With the addition of basketball, Unified Sports now play year-round

Students at Bellingham Public Schools have even more opportunity to play competitive team sports with the addition of Unified Basketball this winter. Special Olympics devised the Unified Sports program as a way to bring together athletes with and without intellectual disabilities. Those with disabilities, referred to as “athletes,” play on the same team as their…