Things are "adding up" in Eatonville!
The middle school and high school math teachers have participated in a
year long Teacher's Development Group Math Seminar and Studio training.
TJ French was our studio teacher.... he opened his door to all 6-12 math
teachers and principals in Eatonville to observe his students, his
classroom, and to work hand in hand with TDG trainer Laura Bower on his
instructional practice. Shifts the focus from teacher driven instruction
to student engaged/interactive instruction with teacher guided
instruction. Today, he also had 6 administrators and teachers from
Steilacoom in his classroom.... So 22 teachers/admin in his 3rd period
class! Way to go Mr. French!!
Congratulations...Kyle McNeley has been selected as the Aerospace Composites student of the month for January!
Kyle a senior at Eatonville High School has shown through his hard work and attention to detail a willingness to
challenge himself in the field of Aerospace Composites. He has consistently
shown a desire to take on new challenges and new projects. Kyle is currently
helping develop new components for a joint based project at Pierce County Skills Center.
Congratulations to Eatonville Middle School on their College Bound Scholarship success!
On February 13, Governor Inslee sent a letter acknowledging Eatonville Middle School's tremendous success in signing up students for the
College Bound Scholarship program.
The scholarship, which provides financial
assistance to low-income students who want to achieve the dream of
college education, continues to impact the lives of Washington students
and families. The program’s success is tied directly to
your efforts and that of other districts across the state.
Below is a copy of the letter from Governor Jay Inslee. Way to go EMS!!
Measles Alert: Please see the attachment below for important information on the recent measles out break from the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department.
Congratulations Weyerhaeuser Elementary School!
been officially announced that Weyerhaeuser has been awarded this year's
STEM Lighthouse Grant. This is a very prestigious award! WES is one of
six (6) schools in the state awarded the grant of $20,000.00. These
funds will be used to further advance the work that Weyerhaeuser
Elementary is achieving in the field of STEM.
In the letter sent to
Principal Amy Sturdivant some of the comments were; "This is a very prestigious award, so you and your staff should be proud of the work that you all are doing..... I truly enjoyed my visit and left excited for the students in your area. .......your
backyard provides unique opportunities that many students don’t have
access to. I walked away feeling that your staff are passionate and
enthusiastic about the work they are doing and knowledgeable and
compassionate around the needs of their students." Please join me in
congratulating Mrs. Sturdivant, the staff and students at
Weyerhaeuser Elementary School. Way to go Wildcats!!