Unwrapping Gifts

Spelling Bee Live!

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.

This event will be available via livestream at http://www.seattlechannel.org/live. Tune in at 1:00 pm on Sunday, March 13, to cheer on Ione! Read more >> about Spelling Bee Live!

Unwrapping Gifts at Full Life Center

Posted by Sue Visser, Kindergarten Teacher

The First Graders, Kindergartners, and Second graders are making a difference, and have been doing so for the last ten to twelve years. Several times during the school year, we visit a place called Full Life Center, a daycare facility for the elderly, stroke patients, and physical and developmentally disabled. They contacted our school to see if we would be interested in visiting their facility several times per year.

Let Your Light Shine

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?