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2013-14 School Newsletters

K-5 STEM Newsletter 03/03 K-5 STEM Newsletter 02/03 K-5 STEM Newsletter 01/21 K-5 STEM Newsletter 01/13 K-5 STEM Newsletter 12/16 K-5 STEM Newsletter 12/02 K-5 STEM Newsletter 11/18 K5 STEM Newsletter 11/04 K5 STEM Newsletter 10/21 K5 STEM Newsletter 10/07 …

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Building History

Louisa Boren Junior High School opened in September 1963. On that day, the school welcomed 800 students in grades 6 through 9, and had 40 teaching stations. The mid-century modern building was designed by famous Seattle architecture firm Naramore, Bain, Brady …

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Curriculum

The K-5 STEM curriculum is designed to provide an engaging and challenging science and technology based learning environment for elementary age students. This curriculum was selected by the K-5 STEM Design Team and staff. Science Technology Engineering Mathematics Literacy Music P.E. …

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Mrs. Bilanko's K/1 Class.

Our Purpose

OUR VISION:   To advance successful, curious, caring, creative learners. OUR MISSION:    We will nurture tomorrow’s critical thinkers with: Project Based Learning A Culture of Accountability A Celebration of the Whole Child

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Project Based Learning

We follow Project Based Learning (PBL) principles using tools and resources from The Buck Institute for Education (BIE).  The Buck Institute for Education is dedicated to improving 21st Century teaching and learning throughout the world by creating and disseminating products, …

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Strategic Plan – 2013 through 2018

West Seattle STEM Elementary School Five-Year Strategic Plan April 23, 2013 West Seattle STEM Elementary School (originally K-5 STEM at Boren) was established in September of 2012 in response to community input regarding the need for STEM education at the Elementary level …

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Bilanko Students

Uniforms

Our school has a mandatory school uniform and dress code policy. From: K-5 STEM Uniform and Dress Code Policy. We believe our uniform for learning helps students be proud members of this learning community.  

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STEM

What is STEM?

STEM stands for four key areas of focus: Science Technology Engineering Mathematics The term was first coined by Judith Ramaley, the former director of the National Science Foundation’s Education and Human Resources Division. This approach to education is designed to revolutionize …

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