Like previous years, CHampions is offering Priority Enrollment to returning Champions families. Please don't hesitate to register this year as space may be limited due to new regulations. The priority enrollment cutoff date is Friday, April 9th. If you miss this deadline your reserved spot will be forfeited, potentially resulting in placement on the waitlist.
Fourth and fifth grade families are invited to learn about the Elementary Science Olympiad.
The state has partnered with Ziply Fiber and Comcast/Xfinity to create Washington’s K–12 Internet Access Program, which gives eligible families free internet access so your student can connect to online learning from home.
Ruby Bridges Elementary continues to move toward completion. The team is working through the project’s punch list, including paint touch ups and finishing carpentry. Final inspections for plumbing are expected to be completed by the end of the month and commissioning for the HVAC system is ongoing.
Ruby Bridges continues to remain on schedule as it moves toward completion. Commissioning, which tests each of the systems in the building to ensure they work properly, is 95% complete. Additionally, final inspections for the school are nearly done, including kitchen equipment, electrical and the HVAC system.
Throughout April, commissioning at Ruby Bridges ramped up, which tests each of the systems in the building to ensure they work properly.
Construction at Ruby Bridges Elementary continues both inside and out.
Ruby Bridges Elementary continues to be on schedule. During January, site prep work for the accessible playground area continued and once the weather improves, concrete will be poured around the playground area. Site irrigation for the project is ongoing.
Ruby Bridges Elementary, formerly Elementary #21, was officially named on Dec. 9 by the Northshore School Board. The project continues to progress both inside and out.