Technology in Education

Posted by Kaelyn Bullock, High School Social Studies

Technology has been rapidly changing our world over the past ten years. It changes our lifestyles and work habits. It should also be changing our education system. Consistent technology integration in classrooms will better equip students for the life and jobs of their future.
 
One of the many ways technology has changed our world, is that it has put information at our fingertips.

Student of the Quarter: Kelly Lee

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

Making A Difference in Africa

Posted by Bev Koops, 5th grade teacher

Two years ago we had an elementary chapel about the need of people in Kenya to get water, especially clean water.  Boni Piper had come back from Kenya after helping build bases for water tanks, and she shared with us how much getting clean water drastically improved their lives.  Some of the kids were moved to help raise money for those tanks.  Two of the current 7th graders are still raising money for WEI, the organization that helps with this.  Now Agnes, a lady from Kenya who had received a tank several years ago, was in Seattle to give a speech. 

Spelling Bee

1st graders through 8th graders will compete at our school spelling bee scheduled for Friday, January 20 at 9:00 a.m. in the First CRC's (the church across the parking lot) MPR.   Read more >> about Spelling Bee

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