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Broadview Kindergarteners had a special visitor this month!
Want to control computers?
Like to impress your friends with new skills?
Curious about computing?
Our summer camps introduce upper elementary (3rd-5th), middle and high school students to computer science through programming projects, magic tricks and faculty presentations.
Camp Applications are now open for middle and high school camps!
Priority registration period for elementary camp will open April 9th and will close 11:59pm on April 16th
- The application will ask for the student's T-shirt size.
- Students who register during this period will hear back by April 23rd at the latest.
- Read FAQs about our upcoming camps.
- Join our mailing list to receive our newsletter.
- Look into alternate opportunities
Huge congratulations to Shelly Ellis, named National Middle School Physical Education Teacher of the Year by SHAPE America.
Shelly, who teaches physical education and health at Broadview-Thomson K-8, earned the regional honor this fall to place her in the running for the national award. The top honor was announced Friday, March 20, at a banquet during the Society of Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE) National Convention & Expo, held in Seattle from March 17-21. More than 5,000 teachers and physical activity professionals attended.
Click HERE to read about Shelly's innovative approaches to teaching and her work as a leader in the field.
As you remember, we were directed to go into a lockdown/shelter in place due to an incident at a nearby apartment complex on Thursday December 18th. Our staff and student response to our initial call for a lockdown was amazing.
I realize that in situations like this everyone’s experience is different –good, bad or indifferent as evidenced by the emails I received afterwards.
We receive our directives from the Seattle Police Department and our District Security when situations like this arise and our security was on site during the most recent event. Our safety committee met the next morning to reflect and make needed adjustments.
An important reflection of mine is to dedicate enough time to effectively communicate with our families, including:
- A Robocall (voice recording) first then email—I apologize that this did not happen during the last incident as an ‘emergency” email was only sent.
- Provide crucial details as needed and known; for example, this incident/threat was nearby not in our school or on campus—so you should know that important piece of information
Thank you for your feedback as this only helps continue to improve our practice!
Broadview-Thomson K-8 School