This Sunday, SCS 7th grader Ione will be representing our school at the local spelling bee! Ione won our school spelling bee back in February. On Sunday, she will be competing against other students from King and Snohomish Counties at Town Hall Seattle. The winner of this contest will advance to the next level.
~Post by: Donna Eisses, SCS parent
What a great time last weekend at the State Track Championships in Cheney. The weather was beautiful. Our kids were prepared and they performed well. As the parent of a freshman I did not know what to expect of the weekend. What I saw was great success. Read more >> about Together: Track & Field Heads to State
Six SCS art students, Sydney Alberda, Grace Seyoum, Olivia Eisses, Anna Rietkerk, Noelle Alberda and Sarah Owen submitted art to the 7th Congressional District Art Competition sponsored by Representative Pramila Jayapal on May 1st. The Awards Reception announcing the three place winners was held on Monday evening, May 8th, at the Seattle Repertory Theater.
Congratulations to senior art student, Sarah Owen, for receiving First Place
Elise Aydelott has been chosen as the Student of the Quarter for the third quarter of 2016-2017 by the faculty of Shoreline Christian School. Elise is characterized by the faculty as someone who “has become less focused on the grade and more on becoming a healthy learner. She has come to grips with her anxiety and has learned to flourish in spite of it. She readily helps those around her and walks and talks her faith.” Read more >> about Student of the Quarter: Elise Aydelott
Kelly Lee has been chosen as the Student of the Quarter for the second quarter of 2016-2017 by the faculty of Shoreline Christian School. Kelly is characterized by the faculty as someone who “is reserved but cuts a big swath. Kelly is a tireless learner who does her best to make a positive impact on the school by stepping out of her comfort zone and rallying other students around learning in math and science.” Read more >> about Student of the Quarter: Kelly Lee
The following blog post was originally a devotional presentation by Mr. Adam Haulter at the Senior Breakfast the morning of graduation.
“Let your light shine” is the theme for your senior year. It’s easy for me to be cynical about that theme from the get-go--Another great thing to sing about and paint pictures of in the elementary. How do I know what that even means as we see light being blotted out in so many corners of our human experience? There are refugees, and there are hungry people, and there are mass shootings, and there are viral outbreaks, and on and on. When I hear or read about these happenings I feel overwhelmed. What difference do I make?