For four weeks in April Mr. B held his PE classes outdoors. No, it’s not part of a new outdoor curriculum. Actually, it was because we were given an opportunity to completely refurbish the gym floor. Since the gym was built back in the late ‘70s, the gym has been closed for a week once or twice a year for a gentle refinish. This year, thanks to a generous donation, we were able to accomplish a complete overhaul.
Posts by Kellie Langenhop
Did you have snowfall on Sunday afternoon? When it started snowing at my house on Sunday, I was cuddled up on my couch, reading a book, enjoying a crackling fire in our fireplace. Read more >> about FlashAlert for Emergency Notification
I have kind of a funny story for you. Yesterday, a service representative came to switch out our postage meter machine in the office. He replaced it with the same model, but now it’s just a little bit fresher and cleaner. As the rep was showing us a faster way to print international postage, he flipped up a little plastic flap to reveal a keyboard. I gasped. After almost two years of working at the office, I still did not know that machine had a keyboard! Our rep laughed and then showed me another trick to unjam the machine should an envelope get stuck. Good thing I enjoy learning new things!
Welcome to the next segment of our “Top Things for Back-to-School” series. This segment is for families of preschool students. If you’re a mom or dad of our littlest learners, read on! Read more >> about Top Things Preschool Families Should Know About Back-to-School
Welcome to the next segment of our “Top Things for Back-to-School” series; from here on out, the lists will be more focused in topic. Read more >> about Top Things High School Families Should Know About Back-to-School!
Over the coming weeks, we’re going to bring you a series of blog posts of the things you most need to know about coming back to school! The first in the series applies to ALL our amazing families. Read more >> about 10 Things All Families Should Know About Back to School!
As the new school year is fast approaching, we’d like to introduce you to two new members of the Shoreline Christian staff and faculty. Read more >> about New Staff Members Join Shoreline Christian School Community
Some people count their high school experiences as their “glory days”: full of potential, hope, enthusiasm; lacking in responsibilities like student loans, rent, car payments. Read more >> about Glory Days
On Friday, May 16, elementary students ran the annual Jog-a-thon to earn money for their school! All together, students in kindergarten through sixth grade ran 1,995 laps--that's almost 250 miles! Read more >> about Photo Blog: Jog-a-thon
On Saturday morning, March 22, a mudslide hit the small town of Oso, Washington. The landslide destroyed homes, covered the highway, and blocked the north fork of the Stillaguamish River, causing flood warnings east as the river backed up, and west as they feared the mud and debris might suddenly break loose. But even more devastating was the loss of family, friends, and loved ones. As the earth settled, the state leapt into action; no one more than Darrington, the small town just east of Oso on state highway 530.