academics
  • It’s more than just a gut feeling

    Educators get new “panorama” view of students

     

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    Now more than ever, in our remote learning setting, we want to find out how students are doing so we can support them,” said Chad Honig, Executive Director of Secondary Schools.

    Assessing a student’s academic success is one thing. But assessing their social-emotional wellbeing, especially in the current remote learning environment, requires more than just a “gut feeling” by educators.

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  • Difficult isn’t a dealbreaker

    Math teacher talks social emotional learning … and wrestling

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  • One classroom, two teachers

    Co-teaching fosters inclusion and equity at middle school

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  • High School & Beyond!

    District’s Advisory Program helps prepare students for the future

     

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    Believe it or not, Spanaway Lake High School used to be home to a few preschool classes. That’s where Jessica Clairmont began her early school years. As a “Bethel kid,” she continued school through Graham Elementary, Frontier Junior High (now Frontier Middle), and graduated from Graham-Kapowsin High School. But today you can find her back at SLHS, now as a teacher of ELA and Advisory.

    Students have Advisory each year they are in high school. The class is one of their graduation requirements and is an important time when students can connect with teachers.

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