This spring, the entire Rose Hill Elementary School community took part in a shared reading and learning experience that launched on Read Across America Day and culminated in an outdoor event and group photo.
Math is one of those subjects in school where children learn at different speeds. Eva Sharma, rising eighth grader at Timberline Middle School, wrote a book about this experience. Her book, entitled “Peanut and the Math Mystery,” is about a girl named Peanut who does not like math.
Anika Piskala Srinivas, a rising third grader at Redmond Elementary, wrote a poem about changing the world. Not too long after that, her poem was selected in the top ten nationally in the kindergarten-third grade division in the Creative Communication poetry contest.
Two rising seniors from Nikola Tesla STEM High School (Tesla STEM) used mapping to tackle an important issue for a local endangered species. Siddhant Porwal and Druhin Bhowal brought awareness to the Southern Resident Orca Whale (SROW) population decline through state and national ArcGIS mapping competitions.