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Students used the properties of rectangles that they learned in the previous class to stake out a rectangle that represents an 8′ x 12′ foundation for a shed. They used a tape measure to measure off the sides and a carpenter’s square to make right angles and diagonals. If they actually made a rectangle, the...
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Are you in 3rd-12th grade and interested in electronics, wearable LEDs, computer music, robotics, 3D printing, Internet Of Things, microbits, raspberry pi, linux?Come create, innovate, tinker and share as we learn how to build cool stuff. We meet every other Friday from 3pm to 5pm in the Computer Science Room in the HS portables.Send us an...
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Our re-enrollment process has changed this year. It is AUTOMATIC! Parents no longer need to log in to their Renweb account to verify re-enrollment or fill out any paperwork. It’s done for you. Should your student not return, you have until February 21 to let us know.Click here for our FAQ.
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We are excited to welcome Paul Austin to the Summit Team! Paul was the Chief Architect for 28 years at a leading multinational technology company. Paul will be our Computer Science teacher, as well as our Assistant Innovation Director. He will join us January 6, 2020! Read below for more information about Paul! “Born In...
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It’s time for finals at the end of this month!Middle School Finals are December 18-20Click here for the detailsHigh School Finals are December 17-20Click here for the detailsStudents do not have to attend those times if they do not have a final, starting Finals Week.Students are allowed to have casual dress, as according to the...
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Over the past nine years, I have been able to go on mission in Arizona to share the gospel with the Navajo and Hopi Indians. As a church, we have been going on mission in Arizona for over fifteen years. Every year, I am able to see God’s amazing love for the people in Arizona....
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Our third grade class headed to InnerSpace Caverns last week and had a great time. They crawled through caves, saw stalactites and stalagmites, heard their voices echo and laughed a lot. Thank you Ms. Mullins for taking them on a great adventure!
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The Winter Clothing Drive 2019, a project organized by the National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society, will run from Monday, November 11th, through Friday, November 22.  We are collecting gently used winter clothing, such as coats, jackets, sweaters, hoodies, hats, gloves and mittens, and scarves. Prizes will be awarded to the grade level that brings the most items per...
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Mrs. Santos’ 5th graders took a trip to Bob Bullock Museum today.  In social studies they are learning about the colonization of America, and today they were able to see a film on a French explorer’s expedition and the 300-year-old ship, La Belle, excavated off the Texas coast! The students went on a photo hunt to...
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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Our fourth graders will be competing in the Destination Imagination (DI) competition Saturday, February 22, 2020. DI is a way for students to engage in project-based challenges that enhance their ability to think critically & creatively, as well as communicate to others as they build teamwork skills. This organization links well with our Innovation Center,...
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Bachelor Of Science in Business Administration

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Bothell, WA 98011-8246

+1-2345-5432-45
bsba@kuuniver.edu

Mon – Fri 9:00A.M. – 5:00P.M.

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