• Attending School Every Day

    Getting back to “normal” means getting to class every day!


    From online to hybrid to “normal”

    Chronic Absenteeism

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  •  Movement Pathways get kids moving, thinking


    Earlier this year Frederickson Elementary introduced a Movement Pathway in school to give students a chance to refocus their brains, calm themselves, and get a bit of exercise. Click the image above to learn more about the pathway and see how students use it.


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    Watch: PCSC students get hi-tech anatomy lesson


    Thanks to a grant, the Pierce County Skill Center was recently able to purchase four state-of-the-art Anatomage tables to help students visualize anatomy exactly as they would on a fresh cadaver.
    The tables allow students to perform virtual dissections and see every layer and structure of the human body.
    Pre-pharmacy teacher Guadencio Merafuentes said his students have been excited to work on the new devices.
    "They absolutely love it,” he said. “It brings paper to real life. You're able to take that 2-D coloring worksheet and actually apply it to what you’re learning in class.”
    The Skills Center is the only school in the state to have the recommended four-table lab.
    Click the image above to watch a video of the Anatomage tables at work.


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  • GKHS teacher named to Pre-AP National Faculty
    Congratulations to Graham Kapowsin High School’s Sarah Eschmeyer on being appointed to the Pre-AP National Faculty!
    Pre-AP National Faculty members are College Board-endorsed educators who facilitate professional learning experiences across the United States and around the world. They’re stewards of College Board’s mission to clear a path for all students to own their future by promoting excellence and equity in education. Great job!
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