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Welcome to SEE Boosters

The parents and educators at Suquamish Elementary School face a growing problem of engaging students of various backgrounds, culture and economic, many of whom are spending an increasing amount of time in front of video and television screens. We also recognize the huge pressure put upon teachers to spend time teaching to a system of standardized tests, leaving them less time to help students build life skills and to develop confidence and trust in their own intuition and abilities.

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SEE Boosters 2010 Brochure
SEE News June 2010
FARM KIDS
Pond Kids
Read the article, The Suquamish Basket Marsh, written by Melinda West for ClearningMagazine.org, the online journal of community based environmental education.
Islandwood Experience for 5th Graders and Pond Kids
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One of the nation’s most innovative educational facilities, IslandWood is a unique 255-acre outdoor learning center designed to provide exceptional learning experiences and inspire lifelong environmental and community stewardship.
: a place of weaving
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An award winning, nationally recognized on-site Basket Marsh and outdoor classroom whose intention is to weave and preserve the beautiful aspects of nature with local Native American culture and celebrate the coming together of the lives of the people of North Kitsap.

Lowes™/PTSA Bird Observatory Garden

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Utilizing native wildlife friendly landscaping, the area outside of the school library is being transformed into an outdoor laboratory where students can gain hands-on experience with the scientific process, hone their observational skills and forge a connection with nature. Lowes Hardware Stores

Go Green Initiative

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The Go Green Initiative is a grassroots environmental program that unites parents, teachers and students to create a culture of conservation on campus. Students at Suquamish are involved in programs throughout the day recycling paper, cell phones, toner cartridge, plastic bags, clothing and lunchroom waste.

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