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.
829 students from all over Shoreline School District competed in the annual Math Olympiad event on Saturday, March 8 at Shoreline Community College. Shoreline Christian sent 20 terrific students, Read more >> about Math Olympiad Results
Sue Visser didn’t expect to spend her days teaching some of the littlest learners at Shoreline Christian School. But after a time, God revealed better plans that utilized her in developing the minds and hearts of kindergartners. Through those experiences, Mrs. Visser developed her own vision for her kindergarten classroom: Read more >> about What's So Special About Kindergarten at SCS?