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FROM SEED TO APPLE
A new collection of lessons learned from our state's Teachers of the Year
features our own Eric Samson.
USING ERA TO INCREASE GPA
At Ridgetop Junior High, the letters "ERA" take on a whole new meaning.
ROBOTICS TEAM COMES FIRST IN "FIRST"
The "Binary Robotics" team is headed to another regional competition today, the
last event before the Pacific Northwest Championship.
YOU FOR RENEWING THE LEVY!
This consistent investment in our schools helps ensure a well-rounded, quality
education for students.
WAY TO SAY THANKS
District employees raise almost $66,000 to support those in need right here in
SOON TO A SCHOOL NEAR YOU: FREE FULL-DAY KINDERGARTEN!
Kindergarten registration for the upcoming school year begins on March 5.
HONORING TOMORROW'S LEADERS TODAY
"Operation Education" scholarships are shining a spotlight on the inspiration
that students have received from their family members who are presently serving
in the military.
A MODEL FOR LEADERSHIP AND LEARNING FOR LIFE
During her five years at Fairview Junior High, District 4 VFW Teacher of the
Year Debbee Straub has developed her leadership skills not only as a teacher but
also as a member of our community.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR NATIONAL BOARD CERTIFIED TEACHERS!
National Board Certified Teachers set the standard for accomplished teaching.
This year, we're celebrating six of them.
A LASTING HONOR FOR A SPECIAL HERO
A portion of Illahee Road is now John "Bud" Hawk Memorial Drive, a name that's
particularly meaningful to Brownsville Elementary School.
THIS TIME, THE HEROES ARE DOING THE HONORING
The VFW strives to "do good things for deserving people," and that most
certainly includes teachers!
HOW SILVER RIDGE SPELLS SUCCESS
A recent PTA fundraiser helped the school academically, not just financially.
INNOVATORS IN EDUCATION
Silver Ridge teacher Brandi Snow and Ridgetop teacher Terry Vanderhoef-Donison
were honored by the Silverdale Chamber of Commerce for their innovative and
collaborative approaches to education.
YOU MIGHT SEE SOMEONE YOU
Our district serves more than 10,000 students, and levy dollars help us offer
them a well-rounded education despite an unstable funding system. Learn more
about our district and the school support levy by watching our
A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO OUR HEROES
Our nation saluted its veterans on November 11, but at CKSD we started a bit
TIME AND ON BUDGET: WHAT MORE COULD YOU ASK?
Construction of the new Jackson Park Elementary School is right on track--on
time and on budget--and students are watching it take shape before their very
SHRINKYDINKS HELP EMERALD HEIGHTS CELEBRATE A MILESTONE
A year-long, school-wide art project is a vibrant tribute to the school's
A NEW TAKE ON OPEN HOUSE NIGHT
Staff and students at Ridgetop Junior High might change the way you think about
the fall tradition of school open houses.
COMMUNITY AND CULTURE COMBINE FOR ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY
High school students experienced another culture firsthand while serving as
ambassadors and extending international goodwill.
FULFILLING OUR PROMISE!
Following an increase in state funding, the CKSD school board voted to
stop collecting on the voter-approved Supplemental Levy that took
effect earlier this year.
WHATEVER IT TAKES
Regional Teacher of the Year Eric Samson's passion for science is much
appreciated by his students and colleagues alike.
COMMITMENT TO LEARNING COULD PAY OFF, LITERALLY
Twelve students from CKHS were recently recognized by the National Merit
Scholarship Program, and four will advance to the next level of the competition.
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