A PreK student plays with a number rack toy built by Squalicum students.

Squalicum Students Build Number Racks for PreK Students

Manufacturing students from Squalicum High School worked in teams to design and fabricate 3D number racks for developmental preschool classrooms around Bellingham Public Schools. In total, 14 five-bead racks and 10 seven-bead racks were created using CAD software, 3D printers, laser engravers, wood and non-toxic paint. Special education preschool teachers were in need of math materials that mirror the…

Kids compost food.

Food to Flowers Program Continues in BPS

All Bellingham Public Schools are participating in the Sanitary Service Company’s award-winning, school-based composting program called Food to Flowers! Materials from each school, such as food scraps from cafeterias, are delivered for composting to Green Earth Technology (GET) in Lynden. Bellingham Public Schools, “is one of the first school districts in the county (and state) to implement an…

ReSources Invasive Species Cleanup

Geneva Students Participate in Earth Day Service Projects

Mark Danielson’s fifth grade class at Geneva Elementary spent April 20 removing invasive plants from a school trail and picking up litter around the school. Both of these hands-on activities are part of Earth Week, but also action projects associated with the Green Classroom Certification Program.  Through workshops, pledges and projects, the program brings conservation education to schools, challenging…