Reports to the Board: Summer School; Math Curriculum; STEM CurriculumRead More
“Sammamish Leads is a really good experience because it lets us work on industry projects, some of them that are going on right at our school,” said Holly Patel, a senior who participated in Leads the past four summers. “It makes problems that seem really difficult at first more approachable.”
This year fourth graders at Newport Heights were introduced to littleBits, which are modular electronics that snap together with magnets. They are easy to use and allow students to create unique inventions. The curriculum closely aligns with fourth grade science curriculum, making it a natural fit for all fourth graders.Read More
The Clyde Hill gym was abuzz with students and their families at the school’s annual Science Fair and STEM night this spring.
Congratulations to the International School’s Titans Robotics team (#492) and to Newport High School’s NRG team (#948) which both qualified for the FIRST FRC World Championships!
Congratulations to Odle eighth grader Aniket Das, who was awarded a full tuition scholarship to attend Space Academy at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center this summer. Read More
Congratulations to Odle Middle School’s Space Potatoes rocketry team, which was named National Champions at the 2016 Team America Rocketry Challenge (TARC) National Finals!Read More
The impact of the partnership between the Bellevue School District and Bellevue Schools Foundation can be felt every day across our schools – in STEM, the arts, project-based and social emotional learning, AVID, VIBES, and more.
This year marked the first time STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) curriculum was fully integrated into the curriculum at Eastgate Elementary, with all students engaging in two STEM units during the year.Read More
Congratulations to the Tyee Middle School students who competed in the FIRST LEGO League (FLL) and FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) events last weekend. Read More