High school students display their 3D printer creations.

Sehome Robotics Students Share 3D Printer Expertise with Roosevelt Students

Sehome High School’s Robotics program and the Career and Technical Education (CTE) Department provided Roosevelt Elementary School with a 3D printer earlier this school year. After its arrival, Roosevelt library media specialist Denisa Anderson invited Sehome High robotics students to give an introduction to the printer and provide initial tech support and training with her fifth grade students.…

Students pose with their trees and presentation board.

Squalicum AVID Students Distribute Trees on Arbor Day

Arbor Day 2016 in Washington state was celebrated with a special project connecting high schools and middle schools in Bellingham Public Schools. Squalicum High School AVID students, led by Efrain Padilla and Treston Nguyen, coordinated ‘Replanting the Environment,’ a project selected as one of this year’s winners for the “Dream, Design, Create Project” for youth sponsored by the Whatcom Volunteer…

Squalicum Senior who was named Youth of the Year by Whatcom Boys and Girls Club poses for a photo.

Squalicum Senior Named Youth of the Year by Whatcom Boys and Girls Club

Squalicum High School senior Moriah Nixon-Stewart was recently named Youth of the Year by the Boys and Girls Clubs of Whatcom County. A recent article in Whatcom Talk highlights Nixon-Stewart’s accomplishments. A passage from the article follows: In her speech [Nixon] described the many opportunities that the Club had given her from volleyball to a quiet space…

Students present at a junior achievement breakfast.

Squalicum Students Present at Junior Achievement Breakfast

In February, Squalicum High School juniors Isa and Cyrus spoke in front of 260 local professionals at the annual Junior Achievement (JA) breakfast.  The purpose of their presentation was to explain the partnership between Junior Achievement and Bellingham Public Schools and the impact it has on student’s understanding of careers and financial literacy. “Isa and Cyrus did a…

Kulshan students run together.

Kulshan in the Running!

Kulshan Middle School has been participating in a nationwide jogging program developed by Tufts University and sponsored by the New Balance Foundation. Presently, Kulshan students rank #1 in our district for miles accumulated. Also, we are ranked #2 in the state and #67 in the nation. You can find real time standings and learn more at BillionMileRace.org.…

Guests interact with students at Carl Cozier Elementary during an assembly about Capoeira.

Carl Cozier to receive the Mayor’s Arts Award

Carl Cozier received a letter from Mayor Kelli Linville announcing that they, alongside Kuntz and Company, have been selected to receive the Mayor’s Arts Award. According to the website, this award recognizes individual artists and businesses, benefactors, arts organizations, arts community leadership, arts education or support, civic improvement and research, notable achievements and events, and those that…